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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
Minted from 1951-1954, these large Silver coins are an excellent way to add vintage Mexican Silver to your Precious Metals collection. Read More
These mid-20th century Mexican coins contain .4179 oz of pure Silver, and show only slight circulation wear. Read More
Known as the "Hidalgo Grande" due to their impressive 40 mm diameter, these mid-20th century Mexican coins contain .8357 oz of Silver. Read More
The Eisenhower Dollar, or Ike Dollar, is the last of the large sized dollar coins. These Ike Dollars commemorate President Dwight D. Eisenhower and the success of the Apollo XI moon landing. Read More
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These coins were struck when Hungary was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. This not only included modern day Austria and Hungary but a large part of southeastern Europe as well. Read More
Leo I would spend his early life on the failed Third Crusade hoping to add territories of the Crusader States like the principality of Antioch to the Armenian realm. Read More
This one-year type coin was minted to commemorate the sesquicentennial of the Mexican War of Independence. A crown-sized Silver coin, each one contains .8357 oz of pure Silver. Read More
Turkish Gold coins harken back to the days of the Ottoman Empire, which encompassed much of the Arabian peninsula prior to its break-up in the aftermath of World War I. These historic coins contain beautiful calligraphy! Read More
This commemorative one-year type coin honors the centennial of the 1859 birth of Venustiano Carranza, leader of the Mexican Revolution. Read More
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Interesting variety of medieval Indian coinage possibly struck with Spanish Silver. This coin comes from the Islamic Sultanate of Gujarat which was a major trader with the Portuguese. The Kingdom would be absorbed into the Empire of Akbar t.... Read More
The Gupta empire engaged in trade with the later Roman Empire into the later days of Rome's decline. The Empire would eventually collapse from years of northern incursions from migrating tribes ending Indian classical culture. Read More
Eisenhower Dollars pay tribute to President Dwight D. Eisenhower and the successful Apollo XI moon landing. This 1,000-coin bag contains mixed dates and mintmarks, making it an easy way to collect Ike Dollars. Read More
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These Silver kopeks of Russia and the Soviet Union demonstrate another historical instance of Gresham's Law (where bad money drives out good). Read More