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Indian Head Eagle $10 Gold Piece – A Reflection of Our Country’s Greatness

The Indian Head Eagle has said to been the result of the unprecedented collaboration of a great sculptor and a dynamic President. Beginning after his re-election in 1904, President Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth president of the United States, proposed the idea... READ MORE

The Face Behind the Five-Cent Indian Head Nickel

The buffalo nickel is technically known as the “Five-Cent Indian Head” coin. It’s also commonly referred to as the “Buffalo Nickel” or “Bison Nickel” due to the bison on the back and often the “Indian Nickel” based on the portrait... READ MORE

Cash For Gold: Tips For Getting The Best Deal

For many of us, a little extra money can be a real help. One popular way to raise a little extra cash is by selling your old, unwanted gold for cash. Gold prices have risen in the past few years... READ MORE

The Mercury Dime Misnomer Revealed

Winged Liberty Head Dime or Mercury Dime? The “Winged Liberty Dime” released in 1916 has been described as one of the most beautifully crafted dimes coined by the U.S. Mint. Created by sculptor Adolph A. Weinman, the introduction prompted nearly... READ MORE

THE HALF DISME – BRINGING AMERICA’S COIN HISTORY TO LIFE

Everyday we use coins and probably don’t really think about how they evolved or where they came from. The truth is, U.S. coinage, actually dates back long before the United States was even formed, where early Americans in the thirteen... READ MORE

THE FLYING EAGLE CENT – THE BIRTH OF AMERICA’S FIRST “SMALL CENT”

In the mid-19th century, working-class Americans living wage was only 10 cents an hour, so people understandably watched their “pennies” closely. But by the 1850s, many Americans actually were clamoring to have the cent’s clout diminished. What bothered them, however,... READ MORE

THE INDIAN HEAD CENT

The Indian Head Cent replaced the Flying Eagle penny, with a design that lasted for fifty years, spanning from 1859 into the early 1900s. It has long been rumored that the model for the Indian likeness on the Indian Head... READ MORE

$100 GOLD UNION COIN, THE COIN THAT NEVER WAS…

George T. Morgan is a name that should be familiar to virtually all collectors of American coins. He is most famously known as the seventh Chief Engraver at the U.S. Mint from 1917–1925 as well as the creator of numerous U.S. Coins.... READ MORE

THE MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR – THE COIN OF THE WILD WEST

When you think of the Wild West, you may picture gunslingers, cattle barons, riverboat gamblers, railroad tycoons and dancehall queens. It was a time when money meant large, hefty silver dollars, not credit cards and checkbooks that we carry today.... READ MORE

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