This exquisite piece of currency is among the last remaining $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coins produced by the US Mint. It is available and ready to ship in (BU) Brilliant Uncirculated condition. With a mintage period that spans over 69 years from 1838-1907, the Liberty Gold Eagle was the second of the $10 Gold Eagle designs. Because it was produced prior to the cessation of gold currency in 1933, it boasts an impressive purity of 90.0% that makes it a valuable bullion piece for both collectors and investors alike.
Actual gold content of 0.4838 troy oz.
Features .900 fine gold purity.
Issued by the US Mint with a $10 (USD) face value.
Features the design of Christian Gobrecht.
Available in BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) condition.
Individual coins ship in separate plastic sleeves.
The $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin was designed by artist, Christian Gobrecht. The obverse of the coin features his neoclassical rendition of the traditional Lady Liberty portrait. In this Greco-Roman inspired image, Lady Liberty appears in profile with her thick curls elegantly arranged beneath an inscribed crown. Framing her beautiful portrait is a border of thirteen stars to symbolize the original thirteen colonies. They are accompanied by the coin’s mintage year, which is engraved directly beneath the portrait.
Proudly embossed unto the reverse side of the coin is Gobrecht interpretation of the Heraldic Eagle, which features the national bird, armed with a shield, an olive branch and a set of arrows. The coin’s denomination and year of mintage have been engraved along the outer edge of the coin for reference.
$2.5 Liberty BU
Americas Golden Age of coining may have come in the early 20thcentury, but many of its 19thcentury coins feature Neoclassical styles that investors and collectors enjoy. What makes these coins even more desirable is their status as Pre-1933 gold coins that survived a government collection and meltdown.
Individual coins ship in plastic flips, multiples of 50 in plastic tubes.
Contains .1209 oz of .900 gold.
Struck at five United States Mint locations.
Issued with a $2.50 face value.
Features imagery consistent with other gold coins of the era.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered the collection and melting of all gold coins in circulation starting in 1933. The effort was designed to bolster American reserves in the face of the economic turmoil of the Great Depression. Surviving coins, like these Pre-1933 $2.50 Liberty Gold Quarter Eagles, are extremely rare and limited in supply.
The coins in this product listing were struck between 1840 and 1907. At this time, the United States Mint attempted to maintain consistent designs in all of its gold coins. The Lady Liberty and bald eagle designs on this coin were similar to these and 1839 half-eagles.
On the reverse side of each coin is Lady Liberty's left-profile portrait. She is shown with her hair back in a bun and a crown atop her head. The word Liberty is engraved in the crown, with 13 stars around her bust to represent Americas founding colonies.
The obverse features the original heraldic eagle. With a shield on its chest, the eagle holds arrows and an olive branch in its talons. United States of America is engraved around it, with the face value inscribed below as 2 D. Christian Gobrect designed the images on each side of the coin.
The United States Mint produced these coins at its Philadelphia, New Orleans, San Francisco, Charlotte, and Dahlonega Mints. These coins are available in brilliant uncirculated condition, with no trace of wear. There is a possibility the coins will show contact marks, spotted surfaces, or breaks in luster.
$20 Liberty BU
$5 Liberty BU
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.
Contains .2419 oz of Gold.
Multiples of 40 are packaged in plastic tubes. All other coins will be in protective packaging.
Obverse: Shows Liberty, facing left, encircledrs with the word "Liberty" on her hair band.
Reverse: Features a heraldic eagle with a shield on its breast. Surrounding the eagle is "United States of America" and the denomination.
Designed by Christian Gobrecht and minted from 1838-1907.
U.S. Mint issue from the following mints: Philadelphia, Carson City, Denver, New Orleans or San Francisco.
Peace $1 BU
1922-1935 - 90% SILVER PEACE DOLLAR BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED "The obverse side of the Peace Dollar shows the profile, facing left, of a crowned Lady Liberty with hair flowing behind her. The reverse pictures an American eagle resting on a rocky outcropping, peering at the sun through its rays. The word "Peace" is written on the rock where the eagle is standing on. The Lady Liberty was modelled by Teresa, wife of Italian immigrant Anthony de Francisci who won the contest for the design of the peace dollar. The peace dollar is special in the sense that it commemorates the restoration of peace after World War I."
pre-1905 Morgan $1 BU
Great eye appeal makes this a popular date among collectors. This coin would fit well in a Brilliant Uncirculated set of Morgan Dollars!
Contains .7734 oz of Silver.
Multiples of 20 are packaged in protective plastic tubes. All other coins will be in protective packaging.
Mintage of 19,183,000 coins.
Obverse: Shows Liberty, facing left, wearing a Phrygian cap with the word "Liberty" on her hair band.
Reverse: Features a bald eagle clutching an olive branch in one talon and a bundle of arrows in the other.
This issue features no mintmark as it was minted in Philadelphia.
Minted from 1878-1921, this design by George T. Morgan is considered to be one of the most beloved designs of American coinage. This piece of history will instantly add value to your investment portfolio or personal collection. Add this 1888 Morgan Silver Dollar to your cart today!
Silver 1964 JFK Half Dollar BU
Half Dollar Signed by One of Kennedy’s Astronauts!
“We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one we intend to win.”
— President John F. Kennedy
President Kennedy spoke those words to a large crowd at Rice Stadium in Houston, Texas on September 12, 1962. It echoed his comments made to a joint session of Congress the year before in which he called for the United States to land a man on the moon by the end of the decade. Sadly, Kennedy never saw his call to action fulfilled. An assassin’s bullet may have cut him down, but America prevailed and completed the task JFK had set out before her.
One of the people instrumental in accomplishing this mission was Charles “Charlie” Duke, who served as CAPCOM (Capsule Communicator) for the landmark Apollo 11 mission that enthralled the world during the summer of 1969 by successfully landing a man on the moon. Serving as the central point of communication between Mission Control and the three-man crew, Duke's Texas accent not only helped guide astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin as they made their momentous journey to the moon’s surface, but became THE voice of Mission Control as his distinctive southern drawl struck a note with television viewers across the world.
Three years later, Duke made history of his own as a member of the Apollo 16 mission. Not only was he the tenth man in history to set foot on the moon, but at the age of 36, Charles “Charlie” Duke was – and still is – the youngest person to ever walk on the surface of the moon.
Now, as the 50th anniversary of that first moon landing approaches, we've teamed up with Charlie Duke to add his mark to these First-nedy Silver Half-Dollars. Each coin has been certified by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) as being in gorgeous Gem Proof condition. In addition, each comes sonically sealed in an acrylic holder with a black display core and a full-color label featuring both Duke on the moon and his hand-signed signature!
Featuring U.S. Mint Chief Engraver Gilroy Roberts’ bust of President John F. Kennedy, thnedy Half-Dollar was originally meant to be a one-year-only tribute to the fallen President. It proved to be so popular, however, that the U.S. Mint has issued it every year since. The coin’s reverse is a modified design of the Presidential Seal by Frank Gasparro, who replaced Roberts as the U.S. Mint’s Chief Engraver in 1965.
With excitement about the 50thanniversary of the first moon landing building by leaps and bounds, anything associated with the historic event has become of intense interest to collectors and science and space travel buffs. Don't miss out on owning this historic coin with a label signed by a true American hero. Blast off for yours today!
FIRST-YEAR KENNEDY HALF-DOLLAR –Featuring U.S. Mint Chief Engraver Gilroy Roberts’ bust of President John F. Kennedy, thnedy Half-Dollar was originally meant to be a one-year-only tribute to the fallen President. It proved to be so popular, however, that the U.S. Mint has issued it every year since. The coin’s reverse is a modified design of the Presidential Seal by Frank Gasparro, who replaced Roberts as the U.S. Mint’s Chief Engraver in 1965.
STRUCK IN GLEAMING SILVER –These first-year Kennedy Half Dollars were struck in 90% silver – the only year these coins were struck in 90% silver for general circulation.
LARGE LEGAL-TENDER COIN –Each large, 30.6 mm coin is 50 cents legal tender in the United States.
GRADED IN GORGEOUS GEM PROOF CONDITION –Yonedy Half-Dollar has been graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) as being in gorgeous Gem Proof condition, meaning it was expertly crafted by the mint from hand-selected planchets, polished dies and multiple strikes to produce beautifully frosted details rising over mirror-like fields.
INCLUDES SIGNATURE OF REAL-LIFE AMERICAN HERO –These coins all feature an exclusive label personally signed by astronaut Charles “Charlie” Duke, CAPCOM (Capsule Communicator) for the landmark Apollo 11 mission.
UK Gold Britannia 1 oz 2020
Great Britain’s 2020 Britannia Gold Bullion Coins Are Here!
Britannia, that ancient warrior queen who defended Britain’s shores from invasion and oppression, is back on the British Royal Mint’s annual Britannia Silver Bullion Coins. The gorgeous one-ounce gold bullion coin comes minted in a full ounce of highly-pure 99.99% fine gold ready to make her stand in your collection!
The embodiment of a nation and icon of maritime sovereignty, Britannia has symbolized Britain for centuries, appearing on coins dating all the way back to the Roman Empire. More recently, her name and image have graced the United Kingdom's Britannia bullion coin series since 1987. Philip Nathan's design of Britannia standing unwaveringly on a wind-swept shore, trident in one hand with branch and shield in the other, won “Coin of the Year” honors for its debut.
Now, the Gold Britannia has returned for 2020! Fans of British history, coin collectors and gold buyers alike will all be vying for Britannia’s attention. Make sure she finds her way into your collection; order one – or several – of these exquisite coins today!
CLASSIC, ENDURING DESIGN –Standing on Royal Mint bullion for more than 30 years, Philip Nathan's Britannia continues to entrance with her focused gaze and lifelike detail. Radial lines have been added behind her as an additional security feature.
EXPERTLY MINTED, HIGHLY PURE GOLD –Each 2020 Gold Britannia is struck in one ounce of 99.99% fine gold by the artisans of the Royal Mint, resulting in coins that exhibit superb details and beautiful, lustrous finishes.
UK LEGAL TENDER –Each 2020 One-Ounce Gold Britannia is £100 (one hundred pounds) sterling United Kingdom legal tender, as struck into each coin's obverse along with Jody Clark's most recent profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
BEAUTIFUL UNCIRCULATED CONDITION –Your 2020 One-Ounce Gold Britannia bullion coin will arrive to you in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, exactly as it departed the Royal Mint, secured in a vinyl flip.
This favorite of collectors around the world is met with high demand year after year. Don't miss out on this chance to secure your own stunning Gold Britannia – order yours today!
UK QB Silver White Lion 2 oz 2020
The eighth design in the Queens Beast Series from the Royal Mint of England is the White Lion of Mortimer. As the second heraldic beast in the series from King Edward IV and also descends to Queen Elizabeth II from the House of York.
Available to you inside of protective plastic flips, tubes of 10 coins, or Monster Boxes of 200 coins!
8th coin design in the Queens Beast Series!
Features the White Lion of Mortimer!
Contains 2 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver in BU condition.
The face value of 5 Pounds (GBP) is fully backed by the British government.
On the obverse is Queen Elizabeth II.
The reverse includes the White Lion heraldic symbol of King Edward IV.
The reign of King Edward IV was significant in English history for a number of reasons. First and foremost, Edward IVs initial victory in the Wars of the Roses between the House of York and the House of Lancaster brought a brief respite to the struggle for control of the English crown. Additionally, it led to the rise of the first monarch from the House of York. Edward IV is remembered in the Queens Beast Series with two different emblems.
All 2020 2 oz British Silver Queens Beast White Lion Coins are available today in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. These coins are available individually inside of protective plastic flips. Multiples are available in tubes of 10 coins or Monster Boxes of 200 coins that include 20 separate tubes of 10 coins.
On the reverse of the 2020 British Silver Queens Beast White Lion Coin is the image of the White Lion of Mortimer with a Yorkist shield. The Yorkist shield the White Lion supports is traditionally shown with a white rose backed by the golden sun. The Wars of the Roses was so-named for the white rose emblems of the House of York and the red roses of the House of Lancaster.
The obverse of 2020 2 oz British Silver Queens Beast White Lion Coins features the bust of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is depicted in right-profile relief in this fifth-generation design. This design was created in 2015 and debuted on British coins with the 2016 date mark. It features the Queen wearing the Royal Diadem crown on her head. Both images on these coins come from Jody Clark.
UK Silver Royal Arms 1 oz 2020
The first official Royal Arms of England dates back more than 800 years to the reign of the second Plantagenet King of England. King Richard I, better known as Richard the Lionheart, reigned for a decade at the close of the 12thcentury and is responsible for the adoption of the first official Royal Arms of the kingdom.
Arrives in a protective plastic flip, a mint tube of 25 coins, or a Monster Box of 500 coins!
2ndissue of the 1 oz British Silver Royal Arms coin!
Impressive vision of the Royal Arms of England!
Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
Bears a face value of 2 Pound sterling (GBP) backed by the government of Britain.
Queen Elizabeth II features on the obverse.
The Lion of England and Unicorn of Scotland supporting the modern Royal Arms of England.
Designed by Timothy Noad.
Each 2020 1 oz British Silver Royal Arms Coin available to you here today comes with an individual protective plastic flip for purchases of single coins. If you purchase multiples, you will find them offered in mint tubes of 25 coins or Monster Boxes of 500 coins containing a total of 20 tubes. All coins are available as Brilliant Uncirculated specimens.
Prior to the rule of King Richard I, his father King Henry II and other previous Anglo-Saxon and Danish kings used lions in the heraldry. This included the various Anglo-Saxon and Danish kingdoms, as well as the eventual unified English kingdom as established by Alfred the Great. However, Richard I is credited with adopting the Three Lions design that is now recognized globally as a central piece of the Royal Arms of the English monarch.
Queen Elizabeth II is featured on the obverse of all 2020 1 oz British Silver Royal Arms Coins. This right-profile bust of the Queen was developed in 2015 by Jody Clark, the youngest artist ever to create a monarchs bust for the Royal Mint of England. In this design, Her Majesty wears the George IV State Diadem Crown.
Timothy Noad designed the modern depiction of the Royal Arms of England featured on the reverse of these 2020 1 oz British Silver Royal Arms Coin. The Crowned Lion of England supports the shield to the left, while the Unicorn of Scotland supports it on the right. The quartered shield is crowned and features within its quadrants the Three Lions of England in the first and fourth positions, with the Lion of Scotland in the second position and the Harp of Ireland in the third position.