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Coin collectors have over 200 deals to choose from. And here’s a preview of what the Annual Coin Event has to offer:


Bullion traditionally stands for gold bars, silver bars and other precious metal bars or ingots. The word bullion comes from the French Minister of Finance under Louis the 13th, Claude de Bullion. The value of bullion is typically determined by the value of its precious metals content, which is defined by its purity and mass.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
PAMP Suisse .9999 Pure Gold Bar British Columbia Gold Nugget 2011 Gettysburg National Military Park Coin Silver Westminster Mint Bar
American Silver Eagle

The American Silver Eagle is the official silver bullion coin of the U.S.; it was first released by the United States Mint on November 24, 1986. It is struck only in the one-troy ounce size, which has a nominal face value of one dollar and is guaranteed to contain one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
 2015 American Silver Eagle, PCGS Certified MS-70  2013 American Silver Eagle, PCGS Certified MS-70


Commemorative coins are made and authorized by Congress to celebrate and honor American people, places, events, and institutions. Although these coins are legal tender, they are not minted for general circulation. Each commemorative coin is produced by the United States Mint in limited quantity and is only available for a limited time.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
1893 Silver Columbian Exposition Commemorative Half Dollar  1999-P DCAM Proof Susan B Anthony Dollar  1961 JFK Inauguration Commemorative 3″ Bronze Medal  2004-P Thomas Alva Edison Silver Dollar Commemorative


Miss Liberty has been featured on United States coins since the 1700s. She has seen many changes over the decades as social culture has changed. Yet, the common ideology among all of the different images of Lady Liberty is the same – she is the symbol of human freedom and freedom of thought.

Barber Liberty Coins

The Barber coinage consisted of a dime, quarter, and half dollar designed by United States Bureau of the Mint Chief Engraver Charles E. Barber. They were minted between 1892 and 1916, though no half dollars were struck in the final year of the series.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
 1912-D Barber Silver Half Dollar – VF+  1911-S Fine+ Silver Barber Half Dollar
Braided Hair Liberty

Art historians and numismatists believe that Gobrecht’s inspiration for the 1839 Large Cent design was the classic figure of Love in Benjamin West’s painting, Omnia Vincit Amor (Love Conquers All), created early in the 19th century. The braided hair over Liberty’s brow, her coronet and the long, loose locks flowing down her neck reflect the famed Empire style that firmly fixed in American hair and clothing fashions of the day.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
 1847 Liberty Head Large Cent, Braided Hair  1856 Braided Hair Large Cent, Better Grade
Classic Head Liberty

The Classic Head was a design issued by the mint in the early 19th century. It was introduced for copper coinage in 1808 by engraver John Reich and later redesigned and improved by Chief Engraver William Kneass.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
 1836 Classic Head Gold $2.50 Quarter Eagle, No Motto  1903 Liberty Head $10 Gold Eagle, Motto Above Eagle
Indian Head Liberty

The Indian Head cent, also known as an Indian Head penny, was a one-cent coin ($0.01) produced from 1859 to 1909. It was designed by James Barton Longacre, the Chief Engraver at the Philadelphia Mint.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
 1859 Indian Head Cent   1873 Indian Head One Cent
Morgan Silver Liberty

The Morgan dollar was minted from 1878 to 1904, and then again in 1921. The coin is named for its designer, United States Mint Assistant Engraver George T. Morgan. The obverse depicts a profile portrait representing Liberty, while the reverse depicts an eagle with wings outstretched.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
 1878 7TF Morgan Silver Dollar  1878-S Morgan Silver Dollar
Seated Liberty

The Seated Liberty portrait designs appeared on most regular-issue silver United States coinage during the mid- and late-nineteenth century, from 1836 through 1891. The denominations included the half dime, the dime, the quarter, the half dollar, and until 1873 the silver dollar. Another coin that appeared exclusively in the Seated Liberty design was the twenty cent piece.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
1870 Silver Liberty Seated Half Dime, Variety 4 1844-O Seated Liberty Half Dollar – No Motto
Peace Silver Liberty

The Peace Silver dollar is minted from 1921 to 1928, and again in 1934 and 1935. Designed by Anthony de Francisci, the coin was the result of a competition to find designs emblematic of peace. Its obverse represents the head and neck of Lady Liberty in profile, and the reverse depicts a bald eagle at rest clutching an olive branch, with the legend “Peace.” It was the last United States dollar coin to be struck for circulation in silver.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
1922 Silver Peace Dollar  1934-S Silver Peace Dollar
Standing Liberty

The Standing Liberty quarter was struck from 1916 to 1930. It succeeded the Barber quarter, which had been minted since 1892. Featuring the goddess of Liberty on one side and an eagle in flight on the other, the coin was designed by sculptor Hermon Atkins MacNeil.

Annual Coin Event Annual Coin Event
 1917 Silver Standing Liberty Quarter, ANACS Slabbed VF-30  1917 *Type 1* Silver Standing Liberty Quarter Dollar
Walking Liberty

The Walking Liberty half dollar was a silver coin issued from 1916 to 1947; it was designed by Adolph A. Weinman from a design competition conducted by the Commission of Fine Arts.

Liberty Coins
 1921-S Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar  1916-D Liberty Walking Half Dollar


Indian Head coins are in either nickels or gold pieces.

Indian Head or Buffalo nickels was a copper-nickel five-cent piece struck from 1913 to 1938 and was designed by sculptor James Earle Fraser.

The Indian Head gold pieces were struck in denominations of: a) two-and-a-half dollar piece, or quarter eagle, struck from 1908 to 1915, and then again in 1925–1929; and b) five-dollar coin, or half eagle, struck from 1908 to 1916, and then again in 1929. The pieces remain the only US circulating coins with recessed designs.

Indian Head Coin Deals
 1926-S Buffalo Nickel  1938-D Buffalo Nickel  1912 $5 Gold Indian Half Eagle  1938-D Buffalo Nickel


Aside from Lady Liberty and Indian Head, the U.S. also honors the Nation’s Presidents by issuing $1 coins featuring their images in the order they served in office. Each coin has a common reverse design featuring a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty.  These coins feature large, dramatic artwork and edge-incused inscriptions of the year of minting, or issuance, “E PLURIBUS UNUM” and the mint mark.  The inscription “IN GOD WE TRUST” appears on the face of the coins.

1970-S Kennedy Half Dollar, NGC PF 68 Cameo  Jefferson Nickel ***Mint Error: Off-Center  1940 Red Lincoln Wheat Ears Cent, PCGS Slabbed MS66RD  1932-S Silver Washington Quarter, PCGS VF-25 


Collecting does not end with coins and bullion that are made with precious metals—another highly collectible, though made from paper only, are notes. Banknotes or paper money are mostly collected for pleasure or for pride of possession, as well as for knowledge and investment. The value of notes depends majorly on only one factor, their condition.

Coin Event
 1928-C $5 Red Seal Note 1929 $5 Brown Seal Note    1917 $1 Red Seal Note  1899 $1 Black Eagle Note


Diverse and often unique, coins from around the world represent national pride, timeless symbolism and a rich history of our world.

 1898 South Africa 1 Penny  50 Trillion Dollar Republic of Zimbabwe Note
Ancient Rome
Coin Deals
 Genuine Ancient Roman Silver Denarius – Lucilla 164-169 A.D.  Ancient Roman Empire – Silver Mar. Aurelius AD 161-180, AR Denarius
Coin Collecting
 2012 China 10 Yuan Panda  Imperial Japan Silver 50 Sen Coin
 1860 Italian Vatican 20 Baiocchi Silver Coin  1848-B Hungary 20 Krajczar Silver Coin  1865-R Italy Papal States 20 Baiocchi Silver Coin  1868 Great Britain Farthing Queen Victoria
 1944 Mexico 2 1/2 Peso  2011 Mexican Liberated Silver Plata Pura  1882-CA-MM Mexico 8 Reales


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