A nice full, readable date coin. Will grade Good or better. No holes, grime, or junk. Just a nice, problem free, collectible coin. A classic Indian Head cent struck at the height of the Civil War. Obverse depicts Liberty with rounded bust in a Native American headdress. Reverse of coin features oak wreath and shield. Struck in copper-nickel, early Indian Head cents were often called nickels or nicks until 1866 and were later known as white cents. Recall the year Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation with this vintage coin today!
Standing Liberty Quarter, full, readable date. No holes, no grime, no slicks, no junk silver -- just a nice collectible silver coin. You will receive one coin in a nice presentation velveteen bag. Some coin history: A silver U.S. Standing Liberty quarter dollar, dated between 1917-1930. These coins are in average circulated condition, with heavy wear but all major design details intact. The Standing Liberty design features Lady Liberty holding an olive branch in one hand and a shield in the other. The design is heavily symbolic, as the coins were first produced during the outbreak of WWI - Liberty faces the East and bears her shield in that direction, showing that she is ready to face the threat of European war but still holds out hope for peace with the olive branch in her other hand. While the first iteration of the design in 1916 featured a bare-breasted Lady Liberty, a 1917 revision clad Liberty in a chainmail top. The Standing Liberty quarter dollar series was one of several new coin designs introduced in the first decades of the 20th century, the ultimate result of Teddy Roosevelt's efforts to beautify the nation's coinage. The Walking Liberty replaced the Barber quarter design, which had been used since 1892 and was not considered particularly attractive or notable. The Standing Liberty quarter was popular with the public throughout its tenure, until it was ultimately replaced by the Washington quarter design in 1932.
You are bidding on a Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar Brilliant Uncirculated Coin. This coin is in beautiful original Brilliant Uncirculated condition. This is a great way to both own silver AND collect a piece of history.
The Walking Liberty Half Dollar ("Walker") was a Silver Fifty Cent piece and was minted from 1916-1947. It was designed by Adolph A. Weinman. The design of this beautiful US Coin depicts a full length figure of Lady Liberty holding branches of laurel and oak with her gown of stars and stripes flowing in the breeze.... walking forward in full stride toward the dawn of a new day.... very symbolic of the glory of the U.S . The reverse shows an eagle with wings unfolded on a perch symbolizing the strength and fearless spirit of America. It is a truly beautiful design and is currently used on the obverse of the Silver American Eagle.
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The U.S. Mint is excited to announce the 2017 release of their American Silver Eagle bullion coin. As the official silver bullion coin of the United States, the coin was first introduced into the market in 1986 after the 1985 Liberty Coin Act approved its mintage. With a demand-based production, the coveted coin has skyrocketed in popularity among investors and collectors in the past decade, and it is estimated that more than 44 million American Silver Eagles were struck and sold in 2014 alone. The 2017 American Silver Eagle bullion coin is comprised of one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver and contains a .07% addition of copper to increase the coin's resilience. It has a face value of US$1 and is government-backed legal tender. Both the U.S. Mint and the U.S. government guarantee the purity, weight, and content of the IRA-eligible American Silver Eagle bullion coin. In 1915, the U.S. Mint enlisted the expertise of Sculptor Adolph A. Weinman, a student of the famous Augustus Saint-Gaudens, to help with the redesign of all American silver coins. One particular design, Weinman's "Walking Liberty," which originally appeared on the first U.S. half-dollar silver coin that circulated from 1916 to 1947, has been restored and remodeled in a depiction that graces the obverse of the American Silver Eagle. In the scene, a confident Lady Liberty proudly marches toward the westward setting sun. The American flag billows around her shoulders, and she carries laurel and oak branches in her left arm, symbolizing American civil and military glory. The mint year is inscribed underneath Lady Liberty's forward-moving foot, and the phrase "In God We Trust" is boldly engraved in the open space located on the lower right corner of the image. Large capital letters arch across the top of the coin, spelling out the word "Liberty," and further encapsulating the design's intentions to express U.S. symbolism. The American Silver Eagle is 40.6 mm in diameter and 2.98 mm thick.
This 2017 1 oz Platinum American Eagle is housed in an official U.S. Mint presentation box. Platinum Eagles combine the best aspects of collectibility and bullion investment appeal with an iconic design and 1 oz of Platinum.
The second volume of this catalogue deals with the issues of mints in Asia Minor (including the islands and Cyprus), Syria, Phoenicia, Palestine (including Jewish coins of the Hasmonaean dynasty), Arabia, Mesopotamia, and other regions of the East, Egypt, Cyrenaica, and other regions of North Africa (including Carthage); also covered are the coinages of the Hellenistic Monarchies (Macedon, Thrace, Seleucids of Syria, Ptolemies of Egypt, Pergamum, Pontus, Bithynia, Cappadocia, Armenia, Parthia, Bactria and IndoGreeks). The primary arrangement is geographical (clockwise around the Mediterranean basin) and the listings for Asia Minor are divided between Archaic issues (before circa 480 BC) and Classical and Hellenistic (later 5th century down to 1st century BC).
All 50 states plus D. C. and the U. S. territories Quarters not included Made in the USA Each state on the map is color-coded by the year of its quarter's issue Generous size of 16" x 26" (406. 4mm x 660. 4mm) when opened is the perfect size for display.
Display your National Park Series quarters with this colorful 16.5" x 26" map. A wonderful rendering of President Teddy Roosevelt on horseback is the highlight of this unique collect-your-own-coin map. Each map is made with collectors in mind with extra thick board and recessed coin slots to protect your quarters and prevent scratching. Map has slots for all 56 coins being released from 2010 through 2021. This product is MADE IN USA.
That odd-looking coin could be worth a fortune!Mistakes happen. Now you can cash in on them.The U.S. Mint produces error coins every year on every denomination. From doubled die cents to rotated reverse quarters to missing letters on dollars, these coins can be worth far more than face value.Featuring expert insight, hundreds of close-up images, concise details on what to look for and where, and up-to-date market values, you will learn how to spot and profit from even the most well disguised treasures in the new edition of Strike It Rick with Pocket Change.