Pre 1933

Silver

Morgan Dollar

The Morgan Dollar is considered to be one of the favorites among coin collectors in the United States. Silver collectors like the Morgan Dollar for its colossal size and 90% silver content.

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Peace Dollar

The design for the Peace Dollar is done by the medalist Anthony De Francisci, who utilized his wife Teresa as a stand in model for the head of Liberty.

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Gold

$20 Saint Guaden

The Saint-Gaudens double eagle (1907 – 1933), or $20 gold piece, stands above the the other US Coin designs as the single most magnificent coin in U.S. history.

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$20 Liberty

Liberty Head Double Eagle Type III (1877 – 1907) The denomination was suspended by President Roosevelt, after more than 174 million pieces were minted.

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$10 Liberty

The $10 eagle issued since 1866 was a continuation of the original design by Christian Gobrecht which was also used on the Quarter eagle.

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$10 Indian

The new gold coins of 1907 were the result of the unprecedented collaboration between a great sculptor, Augustus St. Gauadens and President, Theodore Roosevelt

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$5 Indian

Indian Head gold pieces are unlike any other coins produced before or since by Uncle Sam: Their designs and inscriptions are sunken below the surface.

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$5 Liberty

The contemporary half eagle coin minted since 1839 and in use at the end of the war had been designed by Mint Engraver Christian Gobrecht.

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$3 Gold

This unusual denomination was created by the Mint Act of February 21, 1853, which authorized a three-dollar gold coin.

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$2.5 Indian

The Indian Head quarter eagle and its larger companion, the half eagle, stand out from all the rest of United States coinage because of their incuse designs and lettering.

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$2.5 Liberty

The Coronet design on the quarter eagle is unrivalled in the history of U.S. coinage as the longest uninterrupted use of a coin design without a major design alteration.

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