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American Liberty 2015 High Relief Gold Coin | On Sale Today!

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The United States Mint fulfilled renowned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ original vision of an ultra high relief double eagle gold coin with the release of the 2009 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin, closing one era of classic American coin design and ushering in a new one.

The 2015 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin is the latest in that new era, a piece that renders contemporary designs using the latest in modern digital and manufacturing technology.

United States Mint Artistic Infusion Program artist Justin Kunz has created a modern depiction of Liberty for the obverse (heads side), evoking the ideals of liberty, courage and hope. Artistic Infusion Program artist Paul Balan’s reverse (tails) design depicts an American eagle rising in flight, gripping a branch in its talons as an embodiment of freedom.

The 2015 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin represents our proud numismatic heritage and glimmering future at their very best.

Containing one troy ounce of .9999 fine 24–karat gold, these lustrous high relief coins are among the world’s purest gold coins. Each is encapsulated and presented in a black velvet presentation case and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. It will be a treasured addition to any collection.  Get yours TODAY!

 

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Written by Robert L. Wilson

July 30, 2015 at 11:14 am

2015 American Eagle One Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin

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n the 2015 American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coin, the artisans of the United States Mint have captured the grace and elegance of Adolph A. Weinman’s celebrated Walking Liberty design. It features an ever-hopeful Lady Liberty striding confidently toward the sunrise, draped in the strength of the Stars and Stripes, and carrying branches of laurel and oak in her arms to symbolize both civil and military glory. Get yours today!
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Written by Robert L. Wilson

April 13, 2015 at 8:00 am

2013 American Eagle 1oz. Platinum Proof Coin

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The United States Mint is proud to offer the 2013 American Eagle One Ounce Platinum Proof Coin. Each coin contains 99.95% pure platinum and is packaged in a custom-designed portfolio presentation case. The design
of the coin is emblematic of the principle “To Promote the General Welfare,” the fifth of six principles of American democracy found in the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution. This product also includes a copy of the narrative on which the design is based, written by John Roberts, Chief Justice of the United States. This product is available today!

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Written by Robert L. Wilson

July 22, 2013 at 8:13 am

2012 Roosevelt Dime | Proof

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Here we have the proof 2012 Roosevelt Dime minted at the San Francisco Mint.  To learn more about proof coins click here.

Obverse:  depicts a portrait of Roosevelt
Reverse:  a torch, an olive branch, and an oak branch.

Engraver:  John Sinnock

Image:  U.S.Mint

2012 Roosevelt Dime | Uncirculated

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Here we have the uncirculated 2012 Roosevelt Dime.  To learn more about uncirculated coins click here.

Obverse:  depicts a portrait of Roosevelt
Reverse:  a torch, an olive branch, and an oak branch.

Engraver:  John Sinnock

Image/Text:  U.S.Mint

Written by Robert L. Wilson

April 12, 2012 at 8:12 am

2012 “Return to Monticello” Nickel | Uncirculated

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Here we have the uncirculated 2012 “Return to Monticello” Nickel.  To learn more about uncirculated coins click here.

Obverse
Designer:  Jamie Franki
Engraver:  Donna Weaver
Description:  bears a new image of President Thomas Jefferson based on the Rembrandt Peale painting of 1800

Reverse
Designer:  Felix Schlag
Engraver:  Felix Schlag
Description:  restored 1938 design of President Jefferson’s Virginia home of Monticello.

Image: U.S.Mint

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