Love U.S. coins? Me too. On a budget? Me too. I’ve been collecting US coins since 1992. My picks for the 10 best coins to have in your collection under $25.
The U.S. Mint has been making dollar coins since 1794, but U.S. dollar coins have not been minted for circulation since 2011. Dollar coins have been produced in this order: Flowing Hair dollar coins (1794-1795), Draped Bust dollar coins (1795–1804), Liberty Seated dollar coins (1840-1873), Trade dollar coins (1873-1885), Morgan dollar coins (1878-1904; 1921), Peace dollar coins (1921-1928; 1934-1935), Eisenhower dollar coins (1971-1978), Susan B. Anthony dollar coins (1979–1981; 1999), American Silver Eagle dollar coins (1986-Present). Sacagawea dollar coins (2000-Present), Presidential dollar coins (2007-2016), and Native American dollar coins (2009-Present). Here's everything you want to know about US dollar coins, their current values, tips for collecting them -- even ways to buy silver dollars on a budget.
Tips on how and when to invest in silver dollars, and if they even make a good investment. You’ll also learn about silver dollar values and bullion prices.
Do you know what your coins are worth? This handy guide shows you how to find the value of any coin. Plus a list of valuable coins you may find in change.
The ultimate guide of which pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars & dollar coins to save, not spend! Which coins in your coin jar are worth money?
A list of the most valuable silver dollars, including Morgan dollars, Peace dollars, and Eisenhower dollars. These are all worth $15 or more… MUCH more!
American silver eagle coins can be expensive to buy. Here are 6 clever ways to save money when buying silver eagles.
Track your dollar bills with Wheres George a.k.a. the Currency Tracking Project to see where your money has been & where it goes after leaving your wallet!
Blue Eisenhower dollar coins and Brown Eisenhower dollar coins were made from 1971 to 1974. Curious about the differences between Blue Ikes and Brown Ikes? See what these 40% silver Eisenhower dollars look like, how many were made, how they were packaged, and what they are worth today.
Wondering what the average lifespan of a coin is? I did, too. I’m revealing the answer here and I even tell you what happens to coins as they get too worn to use.
If you haven’t heard the interesting story about the most expensive coin ever sold, you’re in for a treat. Learn about the first silver dollar ever minted in the United States.
Check out the 1965, 1985, and 2005 values of rare Morgan silver dollars – from the years 1878 to 1904.
Peace dollars are silver coins that were struck at the United States Mint from 1921 to 1935. Here’s everything you want to know about Peace dollars coins.
See how much Presidential dollars from 2007-2016 are worth today.
The 2011 ‘gold’ dollar coin honors a famous peace treaty made between Native Americans and early European settlers.
Check out these 10 famous coins that aren’t too expensive for you to afford!
Here are 5 reasons you may want to jump on the silver half dollar bandwagon.
Gold dollars were once quite popular in the United States. Hearkening back to the days of the Gold Rush, gold dollars competed with silver dollars for dollar coin supremacy.
What are your old coins worth? Check out the values of some of the more commonly found old coins here.
The Flowing Hair silver dollar was the first dollar coin made in the U.S. It was struck in 1794 and 1795 and is considered a rare coin today.
Draped Bust silver dollars are early American coins made from 1795 through 1803. There are a few rare Draped Bust dollars dated 1804. See how many Draped Bust dollar coins were made and what they’re worth today.
The United States silver dollar can trace some of its roots to the thaler.
Sacagawea dollars were first minted in 2000 and promised to revolutionize dollar coin usage in the United States. What’s happened since?
A mule coin is that which has 2 designs not intended to be on the same coin.
Check out 5 of the biggest coin mistakes — coins that failed to catch on with the public — that the United States has made.
Have you ever wondered what famous coin collectors you share your hobby with? Check out this list of 10 luminaries that have enjoyed coin collecting as one of their pastimes.