2023-W $1 Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70 Early Releases Michael Gaudioso
2023-W $1 Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70 First Day of Issue Michael Gaudioso
2023-W $1 Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70 Advanced Releases Michael Gaudioso
2023-W $1 Burnished Silver Eagle PCGS SP70 Advanced Releases Emily Damstra
2023-W $1 Burnished Silver Eagle PCGS SP70 First Day of Issue Emily Damstra
2022 S $1 Proof Silver Eagle PCGS PR70 First Day of Issue Emily Damstra Signed
2022 S $1 Proof Silver Eagle NGC PF70 UC First Day of Issue Gaudioso Mint Engraver Series
2019 Silver Eagle MS69 PCGS Mint Error Struck Thru Reverse First Strike T. Cleveland Art Deco
2021 W ASE Eagle Landing T-2 PF70 NGC Ultra Cameo Early Releases flag Mercanti
2017-(P) ASE MS70 PCGS First Strike Struck at Philadelphia Mercanti signed label
2021 $1 Silver Eagle PCGS MS70 Type 1 & Type-2 set Thomas Cleveland Blue Eagle
US Coins in Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, & Base Metal
Since the 1790s, the United States Mint has been creating coins for its economy. Early on, most of these coins were used for circulation with very little being collected. As the years have gone on, more and more coins have started to be collected. Today, virtually every U.S. coin is collected by someone. Throughout the years, U.S. coins have been struck using base metals, silver, gold, platinum, and even palladium.
The United States Mint has struck some of the most popular coins in the world. Every year, there are millions of American Silver Eagles American Gold Eagles and American Gold Buffalos struck. These special coins are purchased by collectors and investors for their precious metal value or their numismatic value.
The Mint also creates special American Modern Commemorative coins every year. A good example of this is the 2019 Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Coin Series. The mint released a proof and uncirculated $5 gold coin, a proof and uncirculated $1 1 oz, $1 5 oz silver coin, and a proof and uncirculated 50c clad coin. The obverse of all these commemorative coins feature the famous footprint on the moon, while the reverse features the reflection of Buzz Aldrin’s visor.
The U.S. Mint creates proof sets every year for people who want to collect coins on a budget. These sets typically include a proof version of the half dollar, quarter, dime, nickel, and penny. There have been slight changes to the proof set over the years, such as the addition of quarter sets, the Eisenhower, Susan B. Anthony, & Sacagawea dollar coins.
The U.S. Mint also produces millions of half dollars, dimes, nickels and pennies every year for the American economy. However, there are specific instances where these coins are also sought after by collectors and investors. Starting in the late 1990s, the mint starting releasing state quarters into circulation. This program was a huge success with millions of people, young and old, diligently looking for state quarters over the 10-year period. Another instance of this is when the U.S. mint released the first-ever penny with a west point mint mark in 2019. The 2019 W Proof Penny First Day of Issue in a perfect 70 condition can currently be sold for thousands of dollars.
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