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  • Buffalo Nickels

    Page 1 of 14 1913 T-1. XF. - $22.00 1913 T-2. GOOD. - $13.95 1913-D T-1. AU. - $49.00 1913-D T-1. GOOD. - $17.95

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  • Special Issued Sets

    Shopping Cart Special Issued Sets We use this section to list Coin and Currency Sets, Anniversary Sets, and any other special sets the U.S. Mint produces. Special Issued Sets Variety: View All American Buffalo C/C Set American Eagle San Francisco Two-Coin Silver Proof Set American Eagle San Francisco Two-Coin Silver Proof Set. American Eagle San Francisco Two-Coin Silver Proof Set. Trolley Label. American Eagle 20th Anniversary Gold Coin Set Bald Eagle Bill of Rights Botanic Garden C/C Set Braille

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  • Special Issued Sets

    2013-W. NGC. PR-69. FR. West Point Anniversary. - $195.00 #208060: Star Label. Contains 2 coins - an Enhanced Unc. and 1 Reverse Proof. 2013-W. NGC. PR-70. FR. West Point Anniversary. - $299.00 #208059: Star Label. Contains 2 coins - an Enhanced Unc. and a Reverse Proof 2013-W. West Point Anniversary. - $185.00 #208061: Contains an Enhanced Unc, and a Reverse Proof.

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  • Mint Sets

    Shopping Cart Mint Sets From 1947 to the present, the U.S. Mint has produced Mint Sets. These are specially packaged sets of uncirculated examples of all the coins issued during that year for regular circulation. In other words, Mint Sets contain the coins from each mint and denomination that were issued for general use in a given year. In addition to regular Mint Sets, Special Mint Sets were issued from 1965 to 1967. Proof Sets were not made in those years and the coins used in the set were clearly a cut

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  • Obsolete Currency

    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, countless

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  • Walking Liberty Half Dollars

    Shopping Cart Walking Liberty Half Dollars Adolph A. Weinman’s design of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar is arguably one of the most beautiful designs used on a U.S. silver coin. Walking Liberty Halves were made in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco from 1916 to 1947. Walking Liberty Half Dollar Found 194 items 1916-D. GOOD. $55.00 Item #101681 (1 / 194) 1916-D. PCGS. MS -64 . $1 ,725 .00 CAC approved. Well struck with bright mint luster and light golden toning. Very attractive. Item #207898 (2 /

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  • Proof Silver Eagles

    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

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  • Obsolete Currency

    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,

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  • 2007. 2 Pounds. GEM.

    Britannias The Two Pound Britannia is Great Britain’s one ounce pure silver coin. The ‘Two Pound’ refers to the denomination rather than the weight . Britannias Modern Silver Coins 2 Pounds Found 13 items 1998. 2 Pounds. GEM. $95.00 One Ounce. Item #206631 (1 / 13) 1999. 2 Pounds. GEM. $95.00 One Ounce. Item #206632 (2 / 13) 2000. 2 Pounds. GEM. $69.95 Item #208931 (3 / 13) 2001. 2 Pounds. GEM. $149.00 Item #208926 (4 / 13) 2002. 2 Pounds. GEM. $75.00 One Ounce. Item #206633 (5 / 13) 2003. 2 Pounds. GEM.

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  • Proof Silver Eagles

    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

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