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1862 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle PF-64 Cameo NGC

Price: $135,880.25
USA

1804 $10 Turban Head Gold Eagle MS-61 NGC - SKU#155341

Price: $122,182.33
USA

1889-CC Morgan Dollar MS-64 PCGS - SKU#161571

Price: $121,426.08
USA

1803 $10 Turban Head Gold Eagle MS-63 PCGS (14 Star Reverse) - SKU#156723

Price: $118,519.83
USA

1836 Gobrecht Liberty Seated Dollar Proof-64 NGC (J-58) - SKU #101981

Price: $114,369.83
USA

1795 $5 Capped Bust Gold Half Eagle MS-62 PCGS - SKU#162338

Price: $109,853.16
USA

1907 $10 Indian Gold Eagle MS-65 PCGS (Wire Edge) - SKU#156726

Price: $94,786.49
USA

1921 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle AU-58 PCGS CAC - SKU#158274

Price: $89,630.24
USA

1884-S Morgan Dollar MS-63+ PCGS CAC - SKU#158254

Price: $87,911.49
USA

1793 Half Cent MS-61+ NGC (Brown) - SKU#153557

Price: $86,713.57
USA

1866-S US Gold $20 Liberty Head Double Eagle - NO MOTTO - NGC AU58

Price: $84,425
Huntington Beach,CA,USA

1806 $5 Capped Bust Gold Half Eagle Pntd 6, 8x5 Stars MS-64 PCGS - SKU#155334

Price: $78,536.48
USA

1916 Buffalo Nickel Double Die Obverse MS-61 NGC

Price: $66,921.90
USA

1907 US Gold $20 High Relief Saint Gaudens Double Eagle - Flat Edge - PCGS MS66

Price: $66,495
Huntington Beach,CA,USA

1929 US Gold $5 Indian Head Half Eagle - PCGS MS64+ - CAC

Price: $65,965
Huntington Beach,CA,USA

1894-O Morgan Dollar MS-65 NGC - SKU#159904

Price: $55,515.64
USA

1920-S $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle AU-58+ PCGS CAC - SKU#159905

Price: $52,078.14
USA

1915 US Gold $10 Indian Head Eagle - PCGS MS67

Price: $50,305
Huntington Beach,CA,USA

1836 Gobrecht Dollar PF-62 NGC (Judd-58) - SKU#157190

Price: $48,588.56
USA

1898 Barber Quarter PF-69 UCAM NGC - SKU#105126

Price: $45,723.97
USA

1907 US Gold $20 High Relief Saint Gaudens Double Eagle - Wire Rim - PCGS MS65

Price: $42,365
Huntington Beach,CA,USA

US First Spouse Gold 1/2 oz BU $10 - Complete 41 Coin Set - NGC MS70

Price: $41,214.24
Huntington Beach,CA,USA

1889-CC Morgan Dollar MS-61 DMPL PCGS - SKU#154638

Price: $39,890.64
USA

1856 Liberty Seated Dollar PF-66 Cameo NGC - SKU #116277

Price: $37,598.97
USA
HEADLINES
What year did the world start using paper money and coins?
Coins and paper money have been in use for millennia so there's no recorded history of their very first use. Coins have been traced back as far as the Lydians in the 8th century BCE, while paper money was introduced by the Chinese during the Tang dynasty.
The History of the U.S. as Depicted by our Coins and Paper Money
will cover the history of the U.S. as depicted by American coins and paper money from colonial times to gold coins of the 20th century. He will also appraise, at no cost, any coins or paper money that you might like to bring. The event will be held on.
Coin money, paper money ... and rock money?
Don Cann began collecting coins with money earned from his job as a paperboy, and he's since compiled a huge collection of all sorts of money, both coins and paper — and some. including a $5 gold coin and proof sets. Books with information and the.
Old Money Buyers, Antique Money, Explain What Obsolete Paper Money Is
Obsolete U.S. paper money is rare since currency produced by the U.S. government. printed virtually no paper money- focusing on coins instead. Confederate money from the Civil War is not United States money, and it is no longer legal tender anywhere.
Rare coins and paper money valued at $100 million on display in New Orleans
Its coins can be identified by the distinctive "O'' mintmark. Coins from the mint are on display at the show, as well as paper money and historic. Mississippi River draining the middle of the country, so a lot of money has passed through this city.
Rare coins and paper money valued at $100 million on display in New Orleans
Its coins can be identified by the distinctive "O'' mintmark. Coins from the mint are on display at the show, as well as paper money and historic tokens. draining the middle of the country, so a lot of money has passed through this city," Mudd said.
REVIEWS
Washington Dollar Errors
The news media tonight, 03-07-07 Wednesday nite, claimed that the U.S. Mint, found an error amoungst 300,000,000 new Washington Dollar coins. The U.S.Mint claimed that maybe over half of the coins, fave errors, on them. The craze will be over, when people realize, that the local banks, and collectors and graders have the coins. Already on e-bay, at the 10pm hour, there was a report that the coins were already selling at over $100.00 each. At Yahoo, at their on line auction house, there coins were selling for over $300.00 each, and the prices keep going up. The U.S.Mint was amazed, because the stamping was to deep on some coins, not deep enough on other coins, and some coins were misaligned, when the stamping occured. The U.S.Mint, is not infallable; and yet, when the craze dies down, people will become aware, that there are more than enough coins, to make everyone happy. This was a declaration by the U.S. Mint. Myself, personally. I don't really care. I am just collecting a few coins, again.After a long absence from it. Just for when money gets tight. I will have the right coins, to sell, for anyone who collects the pcgs slabbed coins. But mostly, I collect the odd ones. The coins, no one really cares about anymore. The pre-statehood coins. It's nice to see that our FEderal money is going to recognise all of our past Presidents with a memorial coins, that will be in circulation for everyone, so there wont be a made craze over it. But, that too was short lived, by a striking error of over 150,000,000 coins.

Ecuador coins, paper money and phonecards
Ecuadorian old coins, paper money and phonecards - English version.

Joel Anderson: World coins
An offering of world coins and paper money and associated catalogs. Interesting list of bi-metallic coins for sale, with some scans.