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Since 1983, the U.S. Mint has produced 90% Silver coins the same size and weight as Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars that celebrate a wide range of American history. The variety of issues and finishes creates an ideal product for Silver coin.... Read More
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These 1982 George Washington Silver Half-Dollars were minted in honor of the 250th anniversary of Washington's birth. Containing .3617 oz actual Silver weight, these coins are popular for their collectibility and Silver value alike. Read More
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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These are the first 1/2 oz Gold coins in the U.S. Mint's history that the metal content is .9999 fine. Low mintages offer great collectibility to this series. Read More
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Since 1986, the U.S. Mint has produced 90% Gold coins, the same size and weight as $5 Liberty Gold and $5 Indian Gold, that celebrate a wide range of historic American people, events and places. These various issues are ideal for Gold coin .... Read More
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This bullion program preceded the Gold American Eagle program to compete with the Krugerrand. These medals were produced by the U.S. Mint for five years (1980-1984) and contain 1 oz of pure Gold! Read More
These beautiful re-strikes from the Austrian Mint feature the historic Maria Theresa Thalers. Read More
Only $12.99 per round over spot!
This bullion program preceded the Gold American Eagle program to compete with the Krugerrand. These medals were produced by the U.S. Mint for 5 years (1980-1984) and contain 1/2 oz of pure Gold! Read More
Any quantity only $9.99 per coin over spot!
These coins represent the first Gold coins to be minted by the United States since 1933 and were struck at all four current U.S. Mints. These were issued to commemorate and fund the United States' participation in the 1984 Olympic Games. Read More