Shopping Cart Lincoln Cents Victor D. Brenner designed the Lincoln Cent and his initials appeared on the reverse for a limited time during the first year of issue. The San Francisco issue for the first year, with his initials, is one of the most recognized of all U.S. coins – the 1909-S V.D.B. Lincoln Cents were issued with a Wheat Ears reverse from 1909 to 1958. From 1959 to the present they have been made with a Memorial reverse. In 2009, the 200th anniversary of Lincoln’s birth, the Mint is planning to
Susan B Anthony Dollar Susan B. Anthony Dollars were made from 1979 to 1981 and then again in 1999 to meet the demands of the vending machine industry. Anthony Dollars were made in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco. The size of the SBA dollar is close to that of a quarter. The confusion caused by the Susan B. Anthony Dollar’s size led to its demise. Susan B Anthony Dollar View All 1979 1979 -D 1979 -S 1979 -S T -2 1980 1980 -D 1980 -S 1981 1981 -D 1981 -S 1981 -S T -2 1999 1999 -D 1999
Shopping Cart Large Cents Large Cents were the first coins made for circulation that were authorized by the U.S. government. Large Cents were issued from 1793 to 1857 and quite a few different designs or ‘types’ were used. 1793 saw three different types – ‘Chain’ Cents, then ‘Wreath’ Cents and finally ‘Liberty Cap’ Cents. Liberty Cap Cents were made until 1796. From 1796 to 1807 Draped Bust Large Cents were issued and Classic Head Cents were made from 1808 to 1814. Coronet Heads were made from 1816 to 1839
Kennedy Half Dollar #214926 Grade Set Availability In Stock Price #214926 -0 [ click photo to enlarge ] 50th Anniversary Set. Four Piece - Multi Finish . Quantity : #214926 -0 - DISCLAIMER: This is a stock photo. This may not be the actual item you will receive. 50th Anniversary Set. Four Piece - Multi Finish.
Shopping Cart Silver Three Cent Pieces Silver Three Cent Pieces were also known as ‘Trimes’ and were minted from 1851 to 1873. They were the smallest United States silver coin. Non-proof Silver Three Cent Pieces from 1863 to 1872 are rare as nearly the entire production was melted in 1873. 1873 was a scarce proof-only issue and the last year of the Silver Three Cent series with a mintage of just 600 coins. Silver Three Cent Piece Found 42 items 1851. NGC. F-15. $57.00 Choose from 2 different coins! Item
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 23 items 1998. 2 Pounds. GEM. $95.00 One Ounce. Item #206631 (1 / 23) 1999. 2 Pounds. GEM. $95.00 One Ounce. Item #206632 (2 / 23) 2000. 2 Pounds. GEM. $69.95 Item #208931 (3 / 23) 2001. 2 Pounds. GEM. $149.00 Item #208926 (4 / 23) 2001. 2 Pounds. GPF. $169.00 Housed in govt box with COA..958 fine. ASW= 1.00 oz..
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,
Shopping Cart Franklin Half Dollars Franklin Half Dollars were issued from 1948 to 1963. They were minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. A circulated set of Franklin Halves can be put together for a modest price. 1949-D, 1949-S, and 1952-S are the most expensive Franklin Half Dollars in top condition. Franklin Half Dollar Found 72 items 1948. Select BU. $23.95 Item #214989 (1 / 72) 1948-D. Select BU. $22.50 Item #214990 (2 / 72) 1949. PCGS. MS-66+. FBL. $2,250.00 CAC. Boldly struck with nearly
Shopping Cart Half Cent Half Cents were issued from 1793 to 1857 and are the lowest denomination coin ever issued by the United States. Liberty Cap, Facing Left Half Cents were made in 1793. Liberty Cap, Facing Right Half Cents was made from 1794 to 1797. From 1800 to 1808 Draped Bust Half Cents were issued and Classic Head Half Cents were made from 1809 to 1836. Finally Braided Hair Half Cents were introduced in 1840 and made till 1857 when the coinage of Half Cents was permanently discontinued. All Half
Shopping Cart Foreign Copper We are located in the United States so the copper coins listed here will be Non-U.S. origin. Foreign Copper View All Algeria Belgian Congo Brazil Canada England France German East Africa Germany Gibraltar Great Britain Greenland Guernsey Ireland Isle of Man Italy Jersey Kiribati Liberia Mexico Netherlands Niue Palestine Papal States Portuguese Africa Russia Scotland Spain Sweden View All "Cartwheel" 2 Pence of George III "Dump" Farthing of George I