Have you found a 2009 penny with a special design on the tails side? Wondering what the 2009 penny value is today? All about the 2009 Lincoln penny, what it’s worth, and some 2009 lincoln penny errors to look for.
If you're new to coin collecting you might not be familiar with Commemorative coins. They are most popularly collected by types and in the original mint-issued packaging. Additionally, if a coin is produced in more than one finish (uncirculated and proof) most collectors will choose to collect only one type of finish. Here you'll find everything you need to know about collecting Commemorative coins.
The 2016 Liberty commemorative gold coins are popular with coin collectors! Here’s why the U.S. Mint issued them, and what makes them so popular.
Some of the top US Olympic coins loved by coin collectors. Find out the history and trivia behind each one. See what these commemorative coins are now worth
The America the Beautiful Quarters series consists of 56 new quarters that honor one national park or historic monument in each of the 50 states, Washington, D.C., and the 5 U.S. territories. The coins (also called the National Parks and Monuments quarters and National Parks quarters) are being released over 11 years — from 2010 through 2021. Here’s the complete list of quarters, the national site that each one honors, and their release dates.
A list of all the people, foods, vehicles, architecture, plants, animals, and state mottos that appear on the 50 state quarters. Plus some fun trivia too.
The United States has several new 2012 coins to offer that commemorate the bicentennial of our national anthem, pasts presidents, and more.
Silver America the Beautiful bullion coins are 3 inches wide and weigh in at a hefty 5 ounces — all of that weight in silver.
The First Spouse gold coins series enters it 5th year in 2011. Let’s find out more about each of the First Spouse coin designs and how you can collect each of the designs for a fraction of the cost of buying the gold coins.
Check out the 4 Presidential dollar coins being released for 2011.
There’s plenty of variety for coin collectors with 2011 United States proof sets.
The 2011 ‘gold’ dollar coin honors a famous peace treaty made between Native Americans and early European settlers.
The James Buchanan Presidential $1 coin and First Spouse medal set will be released September 23.
The U.S. Mint will release into circulation the brand new James Buchanan Presidential $1 coin on August 19, 2010.
Get ready for the 3-inch-wide 5-ounce America the Beautiful silver coin!
The 1999 proof set was the first coin set to feature the 50 States Quarters.
The United States Mint releases the Franklin Pierce Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Jane Pierce medal set on June 24.
The Boy Scouts commemorative dollar is very popular. So popular, in fact, that the U.S. Mint has already sold all of the uncirculated versions of the coin!
The U.S. Mint will release the 2010 Presidential dollar coin mint set on April 13, 2010.
The new Millard Fillmore $1 coin cover will go great in any coin collection. The Millard Fillmore dollar coin cover includes 2 examples of the Fillmore dollar and it also includes a stamp canceled on the first day of the minting of the Millard Fillmore Presidential $1 coin.
The U.S. Mint will release the Millard Fillmore Presidential Dollar Coin & First Spouse Medal Set on March 26, 2010.
While a Ronald Reagan coin likely will not be in your pocket or coin collection until 2016, a U.S. Congressman has proposed Reagan appear on the $50 bill — replacing Ulysses S. Grant.
While the U.S. Mint has released the America the Beautiful Quarters, coin collectors are still very interested in collecting the 2009 Territorial Quarters and 50 State Quarters.
The 2009 Lincoln Log Cabin penny is the first of 4 Lincoln cent designs struck that year honoring the 200th anniversary of Lincoln’s birth.
United States Bicentennial coins were released during 1975 and 1976 and remain a popular coin in circulation today.
50 State quarters continue to be popular with all types of coin collectors because of the coins’ exciting and diverse designs. Be sure to keep an eye on your pocket change, because you can still easily complete this fascinating coin series without having to spend more than face value.