Walking Liberty half dollars have, over the course of many years, increased in value well. Let’s look at how some Walking Liberty half dollars have performed over the course of 15 years.
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Silver Eagle dollar coins are highly sought after both by coin collectors and bullion investors. Some scarce dates command a high price — see which ones. Plus tips for collecting and buying $1 American Silver Eagle coins.
Barber half dollars among most difficult series to complete in decent grades. Here’s what you need to know about scarce Barber half dollars and common Barber halves.
Check out the values and mintages for rare Barber quarters and common Barber quarters.
Here’s everything you need to know about scarce Barber dimes, common Barber dimes, and how to start your own collection of Barber dimes.
The District of Columbia quarter, released in January 2009, is easy to collect from circulating coins.
1990s mint sets are easily found, but the 1999 Mint set does not include the 1999 Susan B. Anthony dollar coin.
In the 1960s, United States coins underwent several changes. You can see the course of these changes when assembling a complete collection of mint sets from the 1960s.
See what Illinois state quarters are worth today, plus a little about colorized quarters and coins with President Obama’s likeness on them.
The 1970s were a colorful time for U.S. mint sets. The first mint set of the 1970s still included regular-issue silver coins. The last 1970s mint set offered the first of the very unpopular Susan B. Anthony dollars. In between, Bicentennial coins, S-mint coins, and the large Eisenhower dollars all had their day in the in 1970s mint sets.
While the New York quarter is a beautiful coin, uncirculated quarters bring less than a dollar. Proof versions of New York quarters run the gamut between $10 to $25 depending on the metal in the coin.
Following are some little-known facts about Tennessee quarters and how much they’re worth…
Although the 50 state quarters program ended in 2008, the United States was not done honoring the geographical regions of our nation. In 2009, the U.S. Mint issued 6 more commemorative quarters as part of the DC and U.S. Territories quarters program. See what each of the Territory quarters looks like, and the current value of each U.S. Territory quarter.
The first silver dollars were struck in 1794.But there is a good chance the silver dollar you have and are curious about is dated from about 1878 through 1935. These silver dollars are called Morgan dollars (also Liberty Head dollars) and Peace dollars.
The Mercury Dime is a coin that is popular among collectors. It also has a following among coin investors. The scarce Mercury dimes have seen very handsome price increases over the past 15 years.
The Peace dollar is a coin that has seen steady investor activity over the years and also has great popularity among coin collectors.
In 1793, among the very first coins the United States Mint ever struck was a one-cent coin. But the ‘pennies’ of yesterday were not like the pennies of today. Large cent coins are quite valuable.
Washington quarters are a fairly easy series of coins to collect, especially in the lower grades (for the older dates). Yet, there are several scarce dates in the Washington quarters series that have posed challenges for collectors. Let’s look at how some Washington quarters have performed over 15 years.
Buffalo nickels are a coin collector favorite, and they certainly have done well for investors who entered the market years ago and today still hold the coins they bought back then. See how Buffalo nickels have performed over 15 years.
Let’s look at how some Morgan Dollar coins have performed over 15 years, comparing prices from 1994 to prices for the same coin in 2009.
Without a doubt, time has been good from the investment standpoint of those who bought Lincoln cents years ago. Such has been the trend now for decades. See how Lincoln pennies have performed over 15 years.
Error coins grab the attention of the collector and non-collector alike. Why? Because they are so unusual.
When it comes to collecting coins, one of the easiest and least-expensive obsolete coin series to complete is a set of Franklin half dollars — that’s because there are just 35 coins in the entire series. (This includes all date-and-mintmark combinations.)
The U.S. Mint releases the first Native American dollar coin in the series on January 2, 2009. The Native American dollar coin is a regularly circulating dollar coin that is drawing some attention among commemorative coin collectors.
The 1980s present an interesting array of options for the mint set collector. The early years of the 1980s include the Susan B. Anthony dollar. The latter part of the decade includes the mint-set-only 1987 Kennedy half dollars, a sort of modern scarcity.