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Morgan Silver Dollar
Morgan Silver Dollar (1878-1904,1921)

The Morgan Silver dollars represent the best in silver coin manufacturing at its time.

Peace Dollar (1921-1928,1934,1935)
Peace Dollar (1921-1928,1934,1935)

The front of this coin is graced with the head of Lady Liberty, and the reverse contains and image of a majestic bald eagle.

Seated Liberty Dollar
Seated Liberty Dollar (1840-1873)

The front of this coin is graced with the head of Lady Liberty in a seated position, and the reverse contains a left-facing bald eagle.

Eisenhower Dollar
Eisenhower Dollar

In 1971, the Eisenhower dollar was struck and issued between November 1st 1971 and 1978.

JFK Half Dollar
JFK Half Dollar

The Kennedy Half Dollar was created as a memorial to the President John F. Kennedy who was assassinated in 1963 and is still being minted to this day.

Ben Franklin Half Dollar
Ben Franklin Half Dollar

Ben Franklin Silver Half Dollar contains 90% silver and does a good job paying respect to one of the founders of our great country the United States of America.

Barber/Liberty Head Half Dollar
Barber/Liberty Head Half Dollar

The Liberty Head Half Dollars were minted between 1892 and 1916

Liberty Seated Half Dollars
Liberty Seated Half Dollars

The Liberty Seated Half Dollars were issued from 1839-1886 The front of these coins (also called the Obverse) has the Goddess or Lady Liberty seated.

50 US State Quarters
50 US State Quarters

The 50 US State Quarters of the United States has been called the "most successful coin program in the Nation's history".

Washington Quarters
Washington Quarters

The most recent of the United States Quarter has been the George Washington. This coin was first minted in 1932, and has enjoyed a uninterrupted run from then until today.

Standing Liberty Quarters
Standing Liberty Quarters

The Standing Liberty Quarter Dollars were fairly popular, but only issued between 1916 and 1930.

Barber Quarter
Barber Quarter

The Barber Quarter also known as the Liberty Head quarter (because it contains the head of lady liberty)

Franklin D. Roosevelt Dime
Franklin D. Roosevelt Dime

The front of this coin contains Franklin D. Roosevelt's head, and the rear or reverse contains an olive branch, torch, and an oak branch.

Mercury Head Dime
Mercury Head Dime

Coin was minted between 1916 and 1945, these coins are 90% silver so the melt value* for a Mercury Dime is currently $1.80, but the coins may be worth more to a collector.

Barber Head Dime
Barber Dime

The Standing Liberty Quarter Dollars were fairly popular, but only issued between 1916 and 1930.

Liberty Seated Dime
Liberty Seated Dime

The Liberty Seated Dime was issued from 1837-1891 The front of these coins (also called the Obverse) has the Goddess or Lady Liberty seated.

Jefferson Nickel
Jefferson Nickel

It's been around for so long it's the only nickel most of us have ever seen in circulation. (1938-2022)

Buffalo Nickel
Buffalo Nickel

The Buffalo or Indian Head Nickel coins were minted from 1913 to 1938 and in good quantity.

Liberty Head V-Nickel
Liberty Head V-Nickel

The V Nickels were produced from 1883 to 1913 and it's metal content is 75% copper and 25% nickel.

Shield Nickel
Shield Nickel

The Shield Nickel was Americas first modern day 5 cent peice made from Nickel Alloy, or coppernickel

Wheat Penny
Wheat Penny

The wheat penny is a classic iconic early 21st century American coin with a face value of 1 cent that was minted from 1909 to 1956.

Lincoln Penny (1959 to 2022)
Lincoln Penny (1959 to 2022)

The penny or once-cent coin is the lowest denomination of the United States's currency.

Indian Head Penny
Indian Head Penny

The face value of this coin is 1 cent. The chemical composition is 88% copper and 12% nickel from the years 1859-1864.

Flying Eagle Cent / Penny (1856-1858)
Flying Eagle Cent (1856-1858)

The Flying Eagle Cent / Penny was issued between 1856 and 1858. These coins have no mint marks