America's Timeless Coins

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America's Timeless Coins

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This collection features three classic U.S. coins that were issued by the U.S. Mint. The coins are widely sought-after for their timeless designs and compelling stories. These coins are seldom seen today. Each is a historic collector’s item, and together they make a collection of tremendous importance.
In 1943, the Lincoln Penny was made in steel instead of copper as an emergency coin in World War II. Pennies were usually made in copper, but copper was needed for the war effort. This is a one-year-only coin, and it is the only steel coin in U.S. history.
The Buffalo Nickel was designed by famous sculptor James Earle Fraser, who was known for his dramatic images of the American West. The remarkable design makes this the quintessential “American” coin and a unique celebration of “Wild West” culture and heritage. The obverse is a composite portrait of three Native American chiefs, while the reverse features a stunning image of a buffalo, Black Diamond, who was a star attraction at the New York Zoological Gardens. The buffalo was a symbol of the American West, and Black Diamond was still alive when the Buffalo Nickel was first minted.
The Mercury Silver Dime is especially memorable because it was wrongly named. It features Liberty – not Mercury (the Roman messenger of the gods who wore wings on his sandals to represent the speed with which he delivered messages) – but the public called it a Mercury Dime. It was struck in 90% silver.
All three coins are now over 70 years old.
Most coins were worn out or damaged in circulation generations ago, and they have not been seen in circulation since the 1930’s and 1940’s. Owning just one of these coins is a collector’s dream, but to own all three “timeless” coins in a single collection like this is a rare accomplishment. Due to the age and scarcity of the coins, only a lucky few collectors will ever have the chance to own this collection.