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The original State Quarters were issued from 1999-2009, with one coin celebrating the history and culture of all 50 states, Washington D.C., and the U.S. territories. These coins are long out-of-issue, but every coin is richly plated in 24K pure gold – and the complete collection is displayed in a custom wooden frame with each coin identified. It makes a great display … and a wonderful gift for children and grandchildren.
The Silver Eagle is the world’s most popular silver bullion coin and the largest silver dollar ever made by the U.S. Mint. With its one full ounce of pure silver, it’s even larger than a classic Morgan Silver Dollar. Both the silver purity and the silver weight are guaranteed by the U.S. government. The new uncirculated 2018 Silver Eagle comes with a protective holder and a deluxe case at no extra charge. It’s the perfect gift for every occasion … and a superb way to stockpile pure silver!
Unknown to most collectors, the U.S. Mint once operated a branch mint in New Orleans. Its last-ever Morgan Silver Dollar was struck over a century ago in 1904 with the legendary “O” mint mark above “DO” in “dollar” on the reverse. This coin is certified as MS64 Brilliant Uncirculated condition by an independent coin grading service, making it one of the best uncirculated grades. It comes in a wooden display box at no extra charge.
This stunning, comprehensive collection includes U.S. coins and stamps from World War II – highlighted by the “emergency” one-time-only 1943 steel Lincoln Penny and 1942-1945 35% silver Jefferson Nickel. You will also receive German World War II coins, German “Hitler Head” stamps, Japanese “Invasion” notes that were intended to replace bank notes in nations occupied in the Pacific, and so much more. A fascinating and historic collection that spans the world and traces the history of World War II.
In 1963, the U.S. Mint struck the last-ever Franklin Half Dollar AND the U.S. Treasury produced the last-ever $2 United States Note. The Franklin Half Dollar was struck in 90% silver; the $2 United States Note features a portrait of Thomas Jefferson on the front and is distinguished from other currency by a red Treasury seal and red serial numbers (unlike today’s currency with green printing). 1963 was the end of an era … and now, both of these historic “last” issues are brought together in an exceptional matching set.