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Investing in Collectible Coins

Collectible coins have some historic or aesthetic value to collectors. The value of many collectible coins exceeds their melt value because their precious metal content is so small. Coin collectors refer to this collectible value as numismatic value, and they say it is determined by factors like the type of coin, the year it was minted, the place it was minted, and its condition – or “grade.”  Read More >> 

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Popular Coins Accepted



1965 SILVER DIME
1965 silver dime tone
BRASHER DOUBLOON
brasher doubloon
DOUBLE EAGLE
double-eagle



EAGLE
eagle
FLOWING HAIR DOLLAR
flowing hair dollar
LIBERTY HEAD NICKEL
liberty head nickel



List of ALL Coins Accepted




Half Cents

Liberty Cap, Head Facing Left (1793)
Liberty Cap, Head Facing Right (1794-1979):
Draped Bust (1800-1808) Plain 4
Draped Bust (1800-1808)Crosslet 4
Classic Head (1809-1836)
Braided Hair (1840-1857)

Small Cents

Flying Eagle (1856-1858)
Indian Head-Laurel Wreath Reverse /Copper Nickel, (1859)
Indian Head -Oak Wreath With Shield/Copper Nickel, (1860 – 1864)
Indian Head -Bronze (1864 – 1909)
Lincoln, Wheat Ears Reverse (1909-1958)
Lincoln ,Bronze (1909-1942)
Lincoln ,Zinc Coated Steel (1943)
Lincoln, Memorial Reverse, Copper (1959-1982).
Lincoln, Memorial Reverse, 1960, Small Date
Lincoln, Memorial Reverse, 1960, Large Date
Lincoln, Memorial Reverse, 1969S Doubled-Die Error
Lincoln, Memorial Reverse, 1971-S Proof Doubled Die
Lincoln, Memorial Reverse, 1972, Doubled Die Error
Lincoln, Memorial Reverse, 1981, Clear S
Copper Plated Zinc (1982 to present)

Large Cents

Flowing Hair-Chain Reverse (1793)
Flowing Hair -Wreath Reverse (1793)
Liberty Cap (1793-1796)
Draped Bust (1796-1807)
Classic Head (1808-1814)
Liberty Head-Coronet(1816-1857)
Liberty Head -Braided Hair (1839 – 1857)
Two Cents (1864-1873)
Three Cents (1851-1889)
75% silver 25% copper (1851-1853)
90% silver 10% copper (1854-1858
90% silver 10% Copper (1859-1864)
Three Cents Nickel (1865 -1889)

Five Cent Nickels

Shield Nickel (1866–1883)
Liberty Head or “V” Nickel (1883–1913)
Buffalo or Indian Head (1913–1938)
Jefferson Nickel (1938–present)

Half Dimes (5 Cents)

Flowing Hair (1794-1795)
Draped Bust, Small Eagle Reverse 1796-1797
Draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle Reverse 1800-1805
Liberty Capped Bust 1829-1837
Liberty Seated – Variety 1
No Stars on Obverse 1837-1838
Liberty Seated – Variety 2
Stars on Obverse 1838-1859
Liberty Seated – Variety 3
Arrows at Date 1853-1855
Liberty Seated – Variety 4
Legend on Obverse 1860-1873

Dimes (10 Cents)

Draped Bust (1796 – 1807)
Liberty Capped Bust (1809-1837)
Liberty Seated (1837-1891)
Variety 1 – No Stars on Obverse (1837-1838)
Variety 2 – Stars on Obverse (1838-1853)
Variety 3 – Arrow at Date (1853-1855)
Variety 4 – Legend on Obverse (1860-1873)
Variety 5 – Arrows at Date (1873-1874)
Barber Head or Liberty Head (1892 – 1916)
Mercury (1916-1945)
Roosevelt (1946-present)
Silver Coinage (1946-1964)
20 Cent Pieces (1875-1878)

Quarters (25 Cents)

Draped Bust, Small Eagle 1796
Draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle 1804–1807
Capped Bust (Large Size), With Motto 1815–1828
Capped Bust (Small Size), No Motto 1831–1838
Seated Liberty, No Motto 1838–1865
Seated Liberty, With Motto 1866–1891
Barber 1892–1916
Standing Liberty (Type 1) 1916–1917
Standing Liberty (Type 2) 1917–1930
Washington Quarter 1931–1964, 1992–1998
Washington Bicentennial 1975–1976
Washington statehood 1999–2008
Washington District of Columbia and U.S. territories 2009
Washington Quarter 1965–1974, 1977–1998

Half Dollar

Flowing Hair 1794-1795
Draped Bust Small Eagle 1796-1797
Draped Bust Heraldic 1801-1807
Capped Bust, Lettered Edge 1807-1836
Capped Bust, Reeded Edge 1836-1839
Liberty Seated No Motto 1839-1866
Liberty Seated Arrows at Date, Rays around Eagle- 1853
Liberty Seated Arrows at Date, No Rays 1854-1855
Liberty Seated Motto Above Eagle 1866-1891
Liberty Seated Arrows At Date 1873-1874
Barber or Liberty Head 1892-1915
Liberty Walking 1916-1947
Franklin 1948-1963
Kennedy 1964

Dollar

Flowing Hair Dollar 1794–1795
Draped Bust Dollar, Small Eagle 1795–1798
Draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle 1798–1803, 1804
1804 Silver Dollar
Gobrecht Dollar 1836–1839
Seated Liberty dollar (1836–1873)
Seated Liberty Dollar, No Motto 1840–1865
Gold dollar coins (1849–1889)
Liberty Head (Small Size) 1849–1854
Small Indian Head 1854–1856
Large Indian Head 1856–1889
Seated Liberty Dollar, With Motto 1866–1873
Trade dollar (1873–1885)
Morgan Dollar (1878-1904 & 1921)
Peace Dollar (High Relief) 1921
Peace Dollar (Low Relief) 1922–1928, 1934–1935
Eisenhower Bicentennial 1975–1976
Eisenhower Dollar 1971–1974, 1977–1978
Susan B. Anthony dollar (1979–1981; 1999)
American Silver Eagle (1986–present)
Sacagawea Dollar (Native American series) 2009–present
Sacagawea Dollar (eagle reverse) 2000–2008
Presidential Dollar Coin (2007–present)
Native American series (2009-2012)

Quarter Eagle ($2.50)

Liberty Cap (1796-1807)
Turban Head Liberty (1808-1834)
No Turban Liberty (1834-1839)
Coronet Head Gold (1840-1907)
Indian Head (1908-1929)
Three Dollars ($3) (1854-1889)
Four Dollars($4)-Stella (1879-1880)

Half Eagles ($5)

Capped Bust to Right (1795-1807)
Capped Bust to Right, Heraldic Eagle (1795-1807).
Capped Draped Bust (1807-1812)
No Turban Liberty(1834-1838)
Liberty Head (1839-1908)
Indian Head (1908-1929)

Eagle ($10)

Turban Head, small eagle 1795–1797
Turban Head, large eagle 1797–1804
Liberty Head (Coronet), without motto 1838–1866
Liberty Head (Coronet) with motto 1867–1907
Indian Head 1907–1933

Double Eagle ($20)

Liberty Head without Motto on Reverse (1849-1866)
Liberty Head with Motto Above Eagle (1866-1876)
Liberty Head with Value TWENTY DOLLARS (1877-1907)
SAINT-GAUDENS Ultra High Relief Pattern, MCMVII (1907)
SAINT-GAUDENS without Motto IN GOD WE TRUST (1907-1908)
SAINT-GAUDENS Arabic Numerals, No Motto (1907-1908)
SAINT-GAUDENS with Motto IN GOD WE TRUST (1908-1933)

US Commemorative Coins

1892-93 Columbian Exposition Half Dollar
1893 Queen Isabella Quarter Dollar
1900 Lafayette Dollar
1903 Louisiana Purchase Exposition Gold Dollar (Jefferson)
1903 Louisiana Purchase Exposition Gold Dollar (McKinley)
1904 Lewis and Clark Exposition Gold Dollar
1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition Half Dollar
1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition Gold Dollar
1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition Quarter-Eagle
1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition Gold $50 (Round)
1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition Gold $50 (Octagonal).
1916-17 McKinley Memorial Gold Dollar
1918 Illinois Centennial Half Dollar
1920 Maine Centennial Half Dollar
1920-21 Pilgrim Tercentenary Half Dollar.
1921 Alabama Centennial Half Dollar.
1921 Missouri Centennial Half Dollar.
1922 Grant Memorial Half Dollar
1922 Grant Memorial Gold Dollar
1923 Monroe Doctrine Centennial Half Dollar
1924 Huguenot-Walloon Tercentenary Half Dollar.
1925 California Diamond Jubilee Half Dollar.
1925 Lexington-Concord Sesquicentennial Half Dollar
1925 Stone Mountain Memorial Half Dollar
1925 Fort Vancouver Centennial Half Dollar
1926, 1928, 1933-34, 1936-39 Oregon Trail Memorial Half Dollar
1926 Sesquicentennial of American Independence Half Dollar
1926 Sesquicentennial of American Independence Quarter Eagle
1927 Vermont Sesquicentennial (Bennington) Half Dollar
1928 Hawaiian Sesquicentennial Half Dollar
1934-38 Daniel Boone Bicentennial Half Dollar
1934 Maryland Tercentenary Half Dollar
1934-38 Texas Centennial Half Dollar
1935-39 Arkansas Centennial Half Dollar
1935 Connecticut Tercentenary Half Dollar
1935 Hudson, New York Sesquicentennial Half Dollar
1935 Old Spanish Trail Half Dollar.
1935-36 San Diego-California-Pacific Exposition Half Dollar
1936 Albany, New York Charter Half Dollar
1936 Bay Bridge San Francisco-Oakland Half Dollar
1936 Bridgeport, Connecticut Centennial Half Dollar.
1936 Cincinnati Music Center Half Dollar
1936 Cleveland Great Lakes Exposition Half Dollar.
1936 Columbia, South Carolina Sesquicentennial Half Dollar
1936 Delaware Tercentenary Half Dollar
1936 Elgin, Illinois Centennial Half Dollar
1936 Battle of Gettysburg Half Dollar
1936 Long Island Tercentenary Half Dollar
1936 Lynchburg, Virginia Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.
1936 Norfolk, Virginia Bicentennial Half Dollar
1936 Providence, Rhode Island Tercentenary Half Dollar.
1936 Robinson-Arkansas Centennial Half Dollar
1936 Wisconsin Territorial Centennial Half Dollar.
1936 York County, Maine Tercentenary Half Dollar.
1937 Battle of Antietam Half Dollar
1937 Roanoke Island, North Carolina Half Dollar
1938 New Rochelle, New York Half Dollar
1946 Iowa Centennial Half Dollar
1951-1954 Carver/Washington Commemorative.
1982 George Washington
1983-1984 Los Angeles Olympiad.
1986 Statue of Liberty gold $5.
1986 Statue of Liberty silver dollar.
1986 Statue of Liberty half dollar.
1989 Congress Bicentennial
1990 Eisenhower Centennial
1991 Korean War Memorial
1991 United Service Organization.
1992 XXV Olympiad silver dollar
1992 XXV Olympiad half dollar
1992 White House 200th Anniversary
1993 World War II 50th Anniversary
1994 World Cup (Soccer) Tournament Silver Dollar.
1994 Capitol, U.S.
1995 Civil War Battlefields Silver Dollar
1995 Civil War Battlefields (Gold $5)
1995 Special Olympics Games
1996 National Community Service
1996 Smithsonian 150th Anniversary
1997 Franklin D. Roosevelt
1997 Botanic Garden
1997 Jackie Robinson
1997 National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
1998 Robert F. Kennedy
1998 Black Revolutionary War Patriots
1999 Yellowstone National Park
2000 Millennium Ericson Leif
2000 Library of Congress
2001 Capitol Visitor Center (Silver Dollar)
2001 Capitol Visitor Center (Half Dollar)
2001 Capitol Visitor Center (Gold $5)
2001 Buffalo, American
2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games (Silver Dollar)
2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games (Gold $5)
2002 West Point Bicentennial
2003 First Flight Bicentennial (Half Dollar)
2003 First Flight Bicentennial (Silver Dollar)
2003 First Flight Bicentennial (Gold $10)
2004 Thomas Alva Edison
2004 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
2005 Chief Justice John Marshall
2006 Benjamin Franklin (Scientist)
2006 Benjamin Franklin (Founding Father)
2007: Jamestown 400th Anniversary (Silver Dollar)
2007: Jamestown 400th Anniversary (Gold $5)




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