American Coins

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  1. Indian Eagle Coins - 0.48375 oz. (1907-1933) ~ $10 Face Value

    Indian Eagle Coins - 0.48375 oz. (1907-1933) ~ $10 Face Value
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    • 1 - 19
      $905.58
      $932.75
    • 20 - 49
      $900.58
      $927.60
    • 50 or more
      $895.58
      $922.45
    In addition to his famous Double Eagle, Augustus Saint-Gaudens fashioned another design hailed as one of the most stunning in American coinage--the $10 Indian gold piece, which was to replace the $10 Liberty.
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  2. Liberty Quarter Eagle Coins - 0.12094 oz. (1840-1907) ~ $2.50 Face Value MS-65

    Liberty Quarter Eagle Coins - 0.12094 oz. (1840-1907) ~ $2.50 Face Value  MS-65
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      $1,440.58
      $1,483.80
    • 20 - 49
      $1,435.58
      $1,478.65
    • 50 or more
      $1,430.58
      $1,473.50
    Designed by Christian Gobrecht, the $2.50 Liberty Head ï¾¼ Eagle was produced continuously from 1840 to 1907 with each coin containing just under an 1/8th ounce of gold. View More
  3. Indian Quarter Eagle Coins - 0.12094 oz(1908-1929) ~ $2.50 Face Value MS-64

    Indian Quarter Eagle Coins - 0.12094 oz(1908-1929) ~ $2.50 Face Value  MS-64
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      $848.00
      $873.44
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      $843.00
      $868.29
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      $838.00
      $863.14
    Artistic and U.S. coinage were two words that hardly ever appeared in the same sentence. It was an image President Theodore Roosevelt was determined to change with his sweeping coinage design legislation. One of the more unusual examples produced from this change was the $2.50 Indian Head Gold ï¾¼ Eagle designed by Bela Lyon Pratt (a pupil of Augustus Saint-Gaudens) and produced from 1908 to 1929. View More
  4. Silver Eagle Monster Box ~ 500 (1 oz.) .999 Fine Silver Coins (1986 - Present) ~ $1 Face Value

    Silver Eagle Monster Box ~ 500 (1 oz.) .999 Fine  Silver Coins (1986 - Present) ~ $1 Face Value
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      $12,315.00
      $12,684.45
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      $12,265.00
      $12,632.95
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      $12,215.00
      $12,581.45
    In 1986, the U.S. Mint started minting silver bullion coins to compete international bullion coins such as the Canadian Maple Leaf, Chinese Panda and others. The U.S. Mint decided to create a collectors coin of bullion versions. Therefore, the Silver American Eagle coin was created. View More
  5. 1 Proof Silver American Eagles - 1 oz. (2012 & Prior) ~ $1 Face Value

    1 Proof Silver American Eagles - 1 oz. (2012 & Prior) ~ $1 Face Value
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      $1,365.80
      $1,406.77
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      $1,360.80
      $1,401.62
    • 50 or more
      $1,355.80
      $1,396.47
    Why Invest in Precious Metals?
    Getting started to invest in Precious Metals can be a big decision. Precious Metals have become a popular way to ensure your money remains at a high value. View More
  6. Peace Silver Dollar Coins - 1 oz. (1921, 1935, 1964) ~ $1 Face Value MS-65

    Peace Silver Dollar Coins - 1 oz. (1921, 1935, 1964) ~ $1 Face Value  MS-65
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      $66.49
      $68.48
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      $65.99
      $67.97
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      $65.49
      $67.45
    Following the end of World War I, a nationwide feeling of peace seemed to envelop the country. Wanting to capture this, the US Mint started producing the Silver Peace Dollar in 1921. View More
  7. Peace Silver Dollar Coins - 1 oz. (1921, 1935, 1964) ~ $1 Face Value MS-64

    Peace Silver Dollar Coins - 1 oz. (1921, 1935, 1964) ~ $1 Face Value  MS-64
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      $58.49
      $60.24
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      $57.99
      $59.73
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      $57.49
      $59.21
    Following the end of World War I, a nationwide feeling of peace seemed to envelop the country. Wanting to capture this, the US Mint started producing the Silver Peace Dollar in 1921. View More
  8. Peace Silver Dollar Coins - 1 oz. (1921, 1935, 1964) ~ $1 Face Value MS-63

    Peace Silver Dollar Coins - 1 oz. (1921, 1935, 1964) ~ $1 Face Value MS-63
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    • 1 - 19
      $58.49
      $60.24
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      $57.49
      $59.21
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      $56.49
      $58.18
    Following the end of World War I, a nationwide feeling of peace seemed to envelop the country. Wanting to capture this, the US Mint started producing the Silver Peace Dollar in 1921. View More
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