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The much-anticipated 2015 United States Mint Proof Set is here — complete with 14 coins in proof finish each bearing the “S” mint mark of the United States Mint at San Francisco! Included are four Presidential $1 Coins, five coins from the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program, one Native American $1 Coin, one Kennedy half dollar, one Roosevelt dime, one Jefferson nickel and one Lincoln penny. This set is available today! Buy It Now!
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Commemorate the birth of our longest-serving president with this set, which includes proof coins, silver and bronze medals, and postage stamps. The Roosevelt coins, medals and stamps are displayed in a rich green folder covered in a soft-touch material with a handsome textured look that is very gift-worthy. Buy It Now!
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Who doesn’t love coins galore!
Originally posted on Digging History:
Greetings my friends.
The gusting wind was so disruptive the other night that many obstacles, mostly broken branches and wheely bins, were scattered across lawns and pavements and needed careful avoidance, as I took out my little dog Sam, for his early morning walk. The wind was still very strong but not too cold and I couldn’t keep my mind from wandering to thoughts about Blackpool beach, rough sea’s and churned up sand (and finds!).
Low water was at high noon and as it was only 5-00am, I had plenty of time to get ready and drink my usual 3 or 4 cups of tea. I eventually set off about 9 o’clock and as the traffic was light, I was passing the recently closed Blackpool International Airport, in only 30 minutes. Five or so minutes after that, I pulled up at my usual parking space, opposite south pier and as…
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The 2014 American Eagle one ounce platinum proof coin commemorates the sixth and final principle of the Preamble Series, “To Secure the Blessings of Liberty to Ourselves and our Posterity.” Each 2014 American Eagle one ounce platinum proof coin contains 99.95 percent platinum and is packaged in a custom–designed portfolio presentation case.
This list of the most valuable coins in the world features coins that were actually sold and the prices that they realized. There are coins that are unique, housed in museums and will never be available for sale to the general public. Since these coins are considered “priceless” they are not included in this list of the world’s most valuable coins. All prices listed are in U.S. dollars and include any auction fees and commissions that were charged to the buyer.
The Super Bowl XLVIII coin toss will be made with a specially minted coin, which is then sent to the Pro Football Hall of Fame for display, other coins of the special series minted at the same time are sold to collectors. You can find NFL/Super Bowl coins all over the internet, but if you must have one, I would buy it right from The Official NFL Shop. Keep in mind these coins are fun to own, but will have little, if any investment value. According to NESN, this year’s ceremonial coin toss will include two of the best quarterbacks to ever play in a New York Stadium | Phil Simms and Joe Namath. Read on to see the heads or tails history of the Super Bowl coin toss.
December 7, 1941. ”A day that will live in infamy.” as F.D.R. said in his Infamy Speech the following day. The Attack on Pearl Harbor is a historic turning point of our national heritage. It wasn’t until August, 23, 1994 that congress designated December 7 of each year as National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. With that said, I am here to talk about coins, and this national holiday has many presses churning out commemorative coins. Some of these coins are very well done and some are not. The coin above is offered by the Royal Hawaiian Mint and is a very good-looking coin, I might say. As always, do your research on coins as some companies fine print can be deceptive. With the rising price of gold and silver, we are seeing more silver clad and gold-plated coins offered to the public. Be sure the coin or round has a weight marking, don’t always depend on the certificate of authenticity that usually accompanies these coins.
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