Shopping Cart Foreign Gold We are located in the United States so the gold coins listed here will be of non-U.S. origin. Before you checkout please review our prices on bullion related items because the website automatically refreshes bullion prices every ten minutes. Foreign Gold View All Albania Alderney Argentina Australia Austria Bahamas Barbados Belgium Bermuda Bolivia Brazil British Virgin Islands Bulgaria Byzantine Cambodia Canada Cayman Islands Central American Republic Chile
Shopping Cart Foreign Silver We are located in the United States so the silver coins listed here will be of non-U.S. origin. Before you checkout please review our prices on bullion related items because the website automatically refreshes bullion prices every twenty minutes. Foreign Silver View All Afghanistan Albania Alderney Anglo -Gallic , Aquitaine Aquitaine Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Bahamas Belgian Congo Belgium Bermuda Boilvia Bolivia Brazil British Virgin Islands Bulgaria
Proof Silver Eagles Proof Silver Eagles have been issued from the inception of the U.S. Eagle bullion program in 1986 to the present. There are several scarce dates in the popular Proof Silver Eagle series and one rarity. The 1995-W Proof Silver Eagle was only available in a special tenth anniversary gold and silver bullion program set. Just 30,125 were made and they now set for several thousand dollars. Proof Silver Eagles View All 1986 -S 1986 -2014 1987 -S 1988 -S 1989 -S 1990 -S 1991 -S 1992 -S
Modern Commemorative Gold Coins Modern Commemorative Gold Coins began in 1984 with ten dollar coins struck to commemorate the L.A. Olympics. Most of the subsequent issues have been five dollar coins although a couple of ‘tens’, including a bi-metallic ten dollar commemorative, have been struck. Many low mintage Modern Gold Commemoratives exist and in recent years numismatists have gained an appreciation for these coins and many of the rarest Modern Gold Commemoratives have seen their prices go up
Shopping Cart Bust Half Dollars Bust Half Dollars were made from 1794 to 1839. All were minted at Philadelphia except in 1838 and 1839 when the New Orleans mint made Bust Half Dollars. There are sub-types as follows: --- Flowing Hair (1794-1795) --- Draped Bust, Small Eagle Reverse (1796-1797) --- Draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle Reverse (1801-1807) --- Capped Bust, Lettered Edge (1807-1836) --- Capped Bust, Reeded Edge – 50 CENTS Reverse (1836-1837) --- Capped Bust, Reeded Edge – HALF DOL. Reverse (1838-1839).
American Buffalo Gold Coin Since 2006, this beautiful .9999 fine gold coin has been produced. Prices on bullion-related items refresh every ten minutes to reflect changes in the precious metals market. Before you checkout, please review the prices on bullion related items because that is the price you will pay! American Buffalo Gold Coin View All Half Ounce One Ounce Quarter Ounce Tenth Ounce Found 7 items 2013-W. One Ounce. GPF . $1 ,995 .00 Reverse Proof. Original Govt. Packaging Item #208688 (1 / 7)
Shopping Cart Obsolete Currency After the end of the American Revolutionary War, the U.S. government struck coinage, but did not issue any official paper currency for circulation. This made everyday commerce difficult, as large transactions would be very cumbersome if completed solely with coins. Accordingly, private banks and institutions began to issue banknotes to ease commerce. These notes are referred to as "Obsolete Currency" because they ceased circulating during the Civil War. Between 1810 and 1865,
Other Silver We offer silver in forms other than the popular American Silver Eagle. Here you'll find Canadian Silver Maple Leafs, Silver ten ounce and one hundred ounce bars, and seasonal silver rounds. You may want to check out our coins offered under Foreign Silver as several of these items trade at bullion related prices. See Also Related Silver Categories: American Silver Eagle Coins | Early Silver Commemoratives | Foreign Silver | Foreign Silver Bullion | Other Silver Coins Other Silver View All
Ten Dollar Gold Coins Ten Dollar Gold Coins or Eagles were made from 1795 to 1933. Several different types were made as follows: --- Capped Bust to Right, Small Eagle from 1795 to 1797 --- Capped Bust to Right, Heraldic Eagle from 1787 to 1804 --- Liberty Head from 1838 to 1907 --- Indian Head from 1907 to1933. Ten Dollar Gold Coins were made in all the operating mints of the time and many rare and scarce dates exist. Ten Dollar Gold Coin Indian Liberty Found 8 items 1850. PCGS. XF -45 . $1 ,695 .00
Shopping Cart Shield Nickels Shield Nickels were designed by James Longacre and minted from 1866 to 1883. All coins were made in Philadelphia. 1877 and 1878 Shield Nickels are scarce proof-only dates. Shield Nickel Found 31 items 1866. NGC. MS -65 . $1 ,895 .00 Rich frosty surfaces. A couple of obverse die cracks add an interesting touch. Item #138362 (1 / 31) 1866. PCGS. MS-63. $650.00 CAC. A great looking example of this start-lived 'Rays' type with a solid strike and nice untoned lustrous surfaces.