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1913-1938 Buffalo Nickels (Full Dates)
Own a piece of American culture captured in circulation quality coinage! Read More
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Roman Bronze Coins (4th-5th Century AD)
Only $10.99 per coin!
Classic Roman Bronze Coins of the Christian Emperors, Constantine the Great through Zeno, 306-491 AD. These coins are a great way for the beginning collector with a limited budget to start acquiring ancient coins. Read More
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1909-1958 Wheat Cent 5,000-Count Bags
Any quantity only $199.99 per item!
We obtain these $50 face value bags from multiple vendors and ship them out as is. There are no guarantees on what you will find, so this is a great product for an undiscerning customer looking for a selection of wheat cents. Read More
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1916-1945 90% Silver Mercury Dimes BU (Mixed Dates)
Brilliant Uncirculated condition. These dimes are mostly from the 1940s with an occasional 1930s date. Years will be of our choosing depending on stock on hand. Read More
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$2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle (Cleaned)
The design elements of the $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle, minted from 1908-1929, are impressed into the metal and is in lower relief than the field of the coin. Read More
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France Gold 20 Francs French Rooster AU (Random)
Any quantity only $11.99 per coin over spot!
French Gold 20 Franc Roosters are dated from 1899-1914 and are among the most popular Gold bullion coins. These smaller Gold coins have long been ideal for the fractional Gold bullion investor. Read More
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Italy Gold 20 Lire Avg Circ (Random)
Only $19.99 per coin over spot!
Struck to the same standards of French, Belgian and Swiss 20 Francs, each of these Italian 20 Lire coins contains .1867 oz of Gold. These Gold coins are a great way to add variety to any Gold coin collection. Read More
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$5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle AU (Random Year)
These pre-1933 Gold coins have survived the test of time, remain nearly uncirculated and are a great investment for those who wish to own Gold that circulated in the U.S. more than 100 years ago! Read More
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1971-1976 40% Silver Eisenhower Dollar BU (.3161 ASW)
When these Silver Dollars were first released, they were meant to commemorate the recently deceased President Eisenhower and legislation to create them was signed into effect by President Richard Nixon. Read More
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1940-1947 Walking Liberty Half Dollar BU (Random)
Coins are from the 1940s in Brilliant Uncirculated condition! Years will be of our choosing. Read More
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1808-1836 Capped Bust Half Dollars Avg Circ
A nicely circulated piece that would fit perfectly into any circulated set. These coins are sold by type only. Coins may have traces of distant cleaning. Read More
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Morgan or Peace Silver Dollars Culls
Vintage Silver dollars with dates ranging from 1878 to 1935. These U.S. Silver Dollars are popular additions to any numismatic collection because of their age and the roles they played in American history. Read More
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1922-1925 Peace Silver Dollars BU (Random Years)
Peace Silver Dollars, one of the most recognized designs in American coinage, were originally issued to commemorate peace in the world after the end of WWI and are highly collectible. Read More
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1922-1935 Peace Silver Dollars VG-XF
Peace Silver Dollars were originally issued to commemorate peace in the world after the end of WWI making them a popular addition to both numismatic collections and investment portfolios. Read More
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1922-1935 Peace Silver Dollars AU (Random Years)
Peace Dollars were issued to commemorate peace after WWI. The Peace Dollar was designed by Anthony de Francisci, who won a competition searching for designs that embodied peace. Read More
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1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollars AU (Random Years)
Despite their age, these coins are still in beautiful condition and showcase their proud place as a piece of American history. Hold a piece of history in your hand when you add Morgan Dollars to your collection or investment portfolio. Read More
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1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollars XF (Random Years)
Over a century old, these extra fine quality coins have great investment potential for investors and collectors alike! Read More
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1878-1904 Morgan Dollars MS-63 NGC
Own one of the most beloved designs in American coinage, minted more than a century years ago. These U.S. Silver Dollars are pieces of history that contain .7734 oz of Silver and have potential to improve any numismatic collection. Read More
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1882-1884-CC Morgan Dollar BU (GSA)
GSA Dollars are highly sought after by Silver Dollar collectors around the world. The GSA holder adds even further collectible value on top of the popular, classic design by George T. Morgan. Read More
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1878-1904 Morgan Dollars MS-66 PCGS
Morgan Dollars feature one of the most popular designs ever to appear on American coinage and these examples have received a high MS-66 grade by PCGS, one of the top two coin grading services in the world. Read More
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1878-1904 Morgan Dollars MS-63 PCGS (Toned, Obv/Rev)
Only $59.99 per coin!
The Morgan Silver Dollar is the most popular Silver dollar collected in the world. These Silver Morgan Dollars, designed by George T. Morgan, are toned on the obverse, reverse or both making them highly desirable to collectors and investors.... Read More
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1878-1904 Morgan Dollars MS-65 NGC (Toned Obv/Rev or Both)
The Morgan Silver Dollar is the most popular Silver dollar collected in the world. These Morgan Dollars are toned on the obverse, reverse or both, giving them added collectible appeal beyond George T. Morgan's popular design of Liberty. Read More
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1878-1904 Morgan Dollars MS-64 PCGS (Old Rattler Holder)
These coins are in PCGS First Generation Rattler holders. PCGS used them from 1986 to 1989. Read More
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1878-1904 Morgan Dollars MS-66 NGC
Certified Morgan Dollars are highly popular with collectors for their classic design and graded appeal. These examples have been guaranteed an MS-66 by NGC, one of the top coin grading services. Read More
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1922-1925 Peace Dollars MS-65+ NGC
NGC assigns a plus to coins at the high end of their assigned grade, approaching the quality requirements for the next grade. In addition to their superior technical merit, coins receiving a plus designation must have above-average eye appe.... Read More
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1878-1904 Morgan Dollars MS-68 NGC
NGC has authenticated and graded these coins as being in Ultra Gem Brilliant Uncirculated MS-68 condition. These coins may be bright white or may include varying degrees of natural toning. Read More
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1922-1925 Peace Dollars MS-67 NGC
High grade Peace Dollars are a favorite of investors and collectors. Read More
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1947-1948 Mexico Silver 5 Pesos Cuauhtemoc XF-AU (ASW .8681 oz)
One of the most popular vintage Mexican coin designs, this 2-year-type coin features a stylized depiction of the last Aztec emperor, giving a distinctly Mesoamerican appearance to this crown-sized Silver coin. Read More
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$20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle BU (Random Year)
The Augustus Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle design is considered to be America's most beautiful coin design, making it highly desirable among collectors. Enhance your portfolio with this absolutely stunning Gold piece. Read More
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$20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle MS-65 PCGS (Random)
This beautiful rendition of Lady Liberty is a favorite of investors and collectors alike. Rich luster and great eye appeal enhance the desirability of this gorgeous design! Read More
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1 - 9 $1,682.92 $1,753.04
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$20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle AU (Random Year)
This vintage coin is a great investment for collectors and investors alike having circulated in the U.S. more than 100 years ago. With low premiums over the spot price of Gold, these coins are a great way to add to any investment portfolio! Read More
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$20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle (Cleaned)
Appealing to collectors and bullion investors alike, Gold Double Eagles are a great investment for those who wish to hold Gold coins that circulated in the U.S. more than 100-150 years ago. Read More
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$20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle XF (Random Year)
Any quantity only $59.99 per coin over spot!
A vintage coin that is a great investment for those who wish to hold Gold coins that circulated in the U.S. more than 100 years ago. Extra Fine coins have minimal wear and may contain hints of luster in the protected areas of the design. Read More
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$20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle MS-63 PCGS (Random)
These vintage coins are a great purchase for those wanting to hold Gold that circulated in the U.S. more than 80 years ago! Many of these coins have been melted over the years, adding further collectibility to the MS-63 certification. Read More
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$20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle MS-64 NGC (Random)
These beautiful coins were minted during what is defined as the "Renaissance of American Coinage." Near gem quality Pre-33 Gold is an excellent investment. Read More
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$20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle MS-62 NGC (Random)
Nice quality Gold coin that is over 80 years old that has not been circulated! These beautiful coins were minted during what is defined as the "Renaissance of American Coinage". Read More
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$20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle MS-62 NGC (Random)
These high quality Pre-1933 Gold coins exhibit rich luster with tremendous eye appeal. These examples have been graded as MS-62 by NGC, one of the top two coin grading services in the world. Read More
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90% Silver Roosevelt Dimes 50-Coin Roll Avg Circ
Any quantity only $1.99 per oz over spot!
APMEX is able to offer these $5 rolls of Roosevelt dimes at a low premium over the spot price of Silver, making them an efficient way to invest in Silver! Read More
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90% Silver Mercury Dime 50-Coin Roll BU (Random Years)
Each roll contains 50 Brilliant Uncirculated Mercury Dimes. These dimes are mostly from the 1940s with an occasional 1930s date. Read More
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90% Silver Roosevelt Dimes 50-Coin Roll BU
Any quantity only $6.79 per oz over spot!
Once again, APMEX is able to offer these Brilliant Uncirculated Roosevelt Dimes at only a very slight premium over average circulated coins making them even more attractive to Silver bullion investors! Read More
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Collectibles & Rare Coins

What's my old coin worth? The value of an old coin depends on many factors including mintage, condition and scarcity. To begin researching your old coin's value, look at the large APMEX inventory. With their wide array of coins and focus on education, you will be able to get an idea of your old coin's value.

The history of rare coins and currency is equally vast and important. Monetary and currency changes have seen major world events including the Civil War, both World Wars and the turn of the 20th century, to name a few. These rare coins and rare currency items hold high numismatic value because they transcend time and were, in many cases, the first of their kind in a certain era. Currency and coins hold a special place in history, and they are a highly valued collectible item for any rare coin collection and investment. Ancient coins give us a good baseline to understand the historical narrative of coinage.

Coins have been used as a source of commerce and power dating back to the time of the Roman reign. Ancient coins from this time give us a direct link to the past with one of the first currency pieces the earth has seen. Often struck in Gold or Silver, these rare and ancient coins were among the first to be used in terms of commerce and trade. These ancient numismatic coins bore the likeness of kings and leaders including Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar. Many of these ancient rare coins were used until the fall of the Byzantine Empire in 1453.

Coinage throughout history changed drastically with the start of new colonies, empires and countries. When the 13 colonies of the United States were established, rare coins and currency took on a whole new look. American currency has seen varying time periods of numismatic history that hold both significance and numismatic coin values. Below you will find more information about the different ages in which many different rare coins were created:

  • Ancient Greek Coins (700 B.C.-A.D. 300)
  • Roman Republic and Roman Empire Ancient Coins (280 B.C.-A.D. 491)
  • Medieval Collectible Coins (500-1500)
  • Early Colonial Coins and Rare Coins (1792-1858)
  • Civil War and the Rise of Large and Small Currency (1861-1865)
  • The Golden Age of Collectible Coins and Currency (1866-1933)
  • Pre-1933 Gold (1795-1933)

Ancient Greek Coins (700 B.C.-A.D. 300)

Most Greek Ancient Coins that have been found generally span a period of about 900 years, from about 550 B.C. to A.D 300. The last three centuries, however, were secondary or local ancient coins of the eastern Roman Empire. The first of these ancient rare coins to be struck in European Greece were thought to have been created in Aegina around 550 B.C. From there, the coins spread to Athens and Corinth.

Ancient Greek coinage was not limited to present-day Greece. Some of the most artful coins were minted by Greek colonies in Sicily and southern Italy before Rome was little more than a city-state. Other Ancient Greek coins were struck by Alexander the Great and his successors from mints ranging from India to as far as Egypt. Ancient Greek rare coins give the ancient coin collector the opportunity of possessing some truly beautiful numismatic creations in their rare coin collection.

Roman Republic and Roman Empire Ancient Coins (280 B.C.-A.D. 476)

Roman coinage can be divided into two parts: The Roman Republic of 225-27 B.C. and The Roman Empire of 27 B.C.-A.D. 476. The pre-Denarius collectible Silver coins, struck from 280 B.C. to 211 B.C., were called Didrachms and were the first of the Ancient Roman Silver coins. The Coin Reform of 211 B.C. made the Denarius the main Silver coin and the Aes the primary bronze coin.

The coins of the Roman Empire began with the first Emperor Augustus on the obverse in 41 B.C., with the primary coins being the Silver Denarius and the bronze Aes. These splendid old coins were debased over the years and in A.D. 215 the double Denarius, named the Antoninianus, was issued. Collectible ancient coins of the Roman Empire usually have the portrait of the emperor or the empress on the obverse, while the reverse depicts a religious god, goddess or military theme. A great way to collect Roman Imperial coins is by the portrait of the famous emperors. Most fourth-century Roman coins are very inexpensive, so this is a good place to start your Ancient Roman coin collection.

Medieval Collectible Coins (500-1500)

Medieval coinage had a time span of more than 1,000 years. It started with the fall of the Roman Empire in the West, giving rise to some of the nations of Europe that exist today, to the beginning of machine-made coins in the 16th and 17th centuries. The average life expectancy around this time was about 30 years and the Black Death (Bubonic Plague) subtracted one-third of the population of Europe.

Generally, Medieval Coins, so-called "hammered coins", were hand-struck on thin Silver planchets. They cover the coinage of Anglo-Saxon England, Feudal France, the Holy Roman Empire and the Crusades, to name a few. These rare coins may appear crude and hard to read, but they are the coins of castles and honorable knights.

Early Colonial and Rare Coins (1792-1858)

When the United States Mint was established in Philadelphia in 1792, it produced early United States coins for the original colonies to conduct commerce. With early colonial rare coins circulating for several generations, collecting old U.S. coins became popular during the 1850s. All denominations, including rare pennies, rare nickels and rare dimes, were included with this.

Stores of Precious Metals for coin production were at a minimum because exploration of the country was an ongoing process. The designs of the coins were simple and basic, and engraving technology improved over time. These rare coins are highly collectible because of their unique place in history. Being one of the first currency types available, colonial and early coins add numismatic value to any coin collection. The evolution of these collectible coins plays an important role to rare U.S. coins because the designs and the metal content constantly shifted over several generations. Various denominations were struck and minted, including rare dimes and rare quarters. Buyers can improve their coin collection with these denominations and more. The Civil War then came to pass and currency took on a new look and a brief redirection of priorities.

Civil War and the Rise of Currency (1861-1865)

As the Civil War raged across the nation, all U.S. coins were in short supply. Precious Metals like Silver and Gold were either being hoarded or the mining and production of the metals were limited. The government remedied the situation by printing paper currency to replace actual coins. While coins were still used, paper currency was cheaper to produce and extended to both the North and South. Like their metallic counterparts, our early bank notes, or FRNs, were miniature works of art and beautifully engraved.

Even though the Civil War lasted four years, the nation saw a drastic shift in terms of currency usage. There was a balance of numismatic coins and paper currency during and after the Civil War for everyone to use in terms of commerce or trade. Novice and experienced collectors now enjoy having a number of rare coins and currency on hand. After a brief layoff of new coin designs and production, there came vigor from the American public to innovate coin and currency designs.

The Golden Age of Collectible Coins and Currency (1866-1933)

When Teddy Roosevelt became president in the early 1900s, he was determined to elevate the artistry of our old U.S. coins. Sculptors such as Augustus Saint-Gaudens and James Earle Fraser created truly timeless designs that make these highly desirable collectible coins. Many Gold coins and Silver coins struck from the early 1800s to the early 1930s ended up being rare coins for varying reasons including limited mintages, grade, grading population and being short-lived designs. There were many designs and commemorative sets, making these sets both highly collectible coin sets and valuable coin sets.

Today, these rare coins have become collectible coins and are coveted by investors all over the world. The apex of our rare coinage artistry was captured in the Walking Liberty Half Dollars, Mercury Dimes, Standing Liberty Quarters, Morgan Silver Dollars, Peace Silver Dollars and Saint-Gaudens $20.00 Gold U.S. coin designs. Found within this artistry are rare pennies, rare nickels, rare dimes and more. U.S. coinage began developing more numismatic value as currency became an increasingly important part of everyday life including commerce, economic stimulus and investing. Coins during this Golden Age are popular with rare coin collectors because of the selection available to them. Many denominations from rare nickels to rare Silver Dollars were prominent in this age and continue to be valuable today. Some of these valuable coins have a limited mintage and are more rare than others.

Priorities once again shifted as the Great Depression and post-World War I came into existence. The Great Depression was one of the most devastating financial downturns in the history of the United States. 1933 was a defining year for all who carried Gold coins, and was truly a prominent timestamp for all rare coin collectors.

Pre-1933 Gold (1795-1933)

Pre-1933 Gold is a highly sought-after collectible coin. In the height of the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt prohibited American citizens from holding monetary Gold, requiring the public to return Gold to the U.S. Treasury so it could be melted down to create Gold bars. This monumental act created highly valuable Gold coins for today's investors. The surviving Gold coins hold a unique place in history because it was an unprecedented act that saw a small percentage of Gold coins non-perished, some still in perfect condition. This rare Gold offers a unique perspective on any collection. While it looks good in any numismatic collection, investors can also hold history in the palm of their hands. The surviving rare coins have several denominations and designs, providing options for all investors and collectors.

Buy Collectible and Rare Coins from APMEX Today

APMEX’s selections of numismatic rare coins and currency are vast, comprised of bank notes and rare coins from various times and places throughout history, including everything from Colonial Notes and Continental Coins, to Confederate Currency and 20 Cent Pieces. There are great selections available for people of all interest levels. Whether interests lie with rare coins such as rare pennies and rare Silver dollars, ancient coins, or even small and large currency, there is an item perfect for any numismatic collection. Buyers can enhance the value of their coin collections with recently added collectible and rare coins. At APMEX, there is a large selection of rare coins and currency that has high numismatic value. Collecting rare coins and currency has never been as easy, and we make buying collectible rare coins even easier.

Coin Collecting

Coin collecting is the purposeful accumulation of minted legal tender. This differs slightly from numismatics in that numismatists closely study all currency. There is a great deal of overlap in these hobbies, although they are distinct pursuits. Humans have hoarded coins ever since coins came into existence, but coin collecting as the leisure pursuit we know and enjoy dates to the 14th Century. Because only the wealthy could seriously collect coins, coin collecting became known as “the hobby of kings.” The development of the middle classes allowed more and more people to pursue an interest in coins. Greater discretionary income and leisure hours caused a boom in coin collecting as a pastime. The interest in coins expanded beyond the ancient and antique to include foreign or exotic currency. Coin collecting is one of the oldest hobbies, and has become one of the most popular. What was once the hobby of kings is now often called “the king of hobbies."

Coin collecting takes on many different forms, depending on the desires and motivations of the person doing the collecting. There are casual collectors who simply hold on to coins that catch their fancy or that remain in their pockets after international travel. There are people who inherit major collections and consider themselves stewards of history. There are specialists who carefully pursue coins of a specific era or from a particular country. There are also those who go into coin collecting in hopes of developing a fascinating hobby with an eventual monetary benefit. It is certainly possible that a fine coin collection will grow into a fair investment with a good potential return. Whatever the reason or impetus for coin collecting, it is a hobby open to everyone. Coins capture the imagination in a way few everyday items can, and few hobbies offer the joy and satisfaction coin collecting can.

What does numismatist mean? Numismatics is the study and collecting of currency, most popularly coins. A numismatist is one who engages in studying and collecting currency. A numismatist may specialize in coins, or may study other forms of currency or currency-related materials.

Which are the most valuable coins? The most valuable coin is likely the 1794 Flowing Hair dollar that sold in 2013 for over $10 million. However, there are many coins worth more than their face value. Valuable coins may have melt value due to their metal content, or collectible value due to factors such as their mintage, condition or scarcity.

To shop our selection of Collectible Coins, Rare Coins, and U.S. Currency, click on the image representing the Numismatic Coin or U.S. Currency of your interest.

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