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How to Grade Morgan Dollars - Guide With Photo Examples
Being able to grade Morgan Dollars accurately is the key to determining your coin’s value or price. This guide will help you learn how to grade Morgan Dollars through a series of descriptions and photos that illustrate what each grade looks like.

How to Grade Morgan Dollars - Guide With Photo Examples
Being able to grade Morgan Dollars accurately is the key to determining your coin’s value or price. This guide will help you learn how to grade Morgan Dollars through a series of descriptions and photos that illustrate what each grade looks like.

What is Coin Grading and How Can I Learn to Grade Coins?
Coin grading is a very important skill for all coin collectors to learn. This FAQ answers the basic question and explains what coin grading is.

Special Mint Sets SMS - What Is a Special Mint Set
The Special Mint Set, or SMS is a type of Mint Set that was only issued for a short time for a specific reason. Learn the facts about these interesting and unusual coins.

Most Valuable Lincoln Wheat Pennies (Keys and Varieties)
Although Lincoln Wheat pennies are ordinary, there are a few of them that are valuable. Here you will find a list of rare wheat penny key dates, rarities and varieties for the Lincoln Wheat cent series.

How to Negotiate at a Coin Show
Coin shows and coin shops provide an opportunity for you to negotiate a price. Follow these tips and you can save some money on the coin of your dreams.

Book Review: 100 Greatest Women on Coins
Author Ron Guth has assembled into one great book the 100 greatest women that have appeared on coins throughout history. Find out if you should add this book to your collection.

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How to Look at Coins
How you look at coins will influence the grade you think the coin is. Learn how professionals look at coins in order to grade them.

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How to Look at Coins
How you look at coins will influence the grade you think the coin is. Learn how professionals look at coins in order to grade them.

Vatican Coins of the Pope and Vatican Papal Coins
The Vatican has a coin shop that sells an interesting assortment of Vatican and Pope/Papal collectibles, but it is very hard to find! I'll show you how to get there in this FAQ.

Current Costs to Mint U.S. Coins
As part of the information that has been made publicly available in the news regarding the passage of the bill to cause U.S. cents to made of steel, the

Major 2006 Doubled Die Penny Featured in Die Variety News #7
Variety coin guru Billy Crawford has published the 7th issue of his outstanding (and free) Die Variety News magazine. The lead article is about a remarkable

Minnesota "Extra Tree" State Quarter Errors Abound!
While Minnesota is known as the

The National Parks State Quarter Program
The National Parks Quarters is a new series of State Quarters which began entering circulation in the U.S. in 2010. Learn the facts about the National Parks Quarter program.

- By Category
An index of categories in the

PCGS Genuine or NGC Details Coins
The PCGS Genuine and NGC Details holders have no grade on them. This article explains what the codes on the slab label mean.

Bullion Coin Terminology & Numismatic Glossary
What is bullion? Bullion is defined on this coin collecting glossary page.

What is a Shotgun Roll of Coins
What is a shotgun roll of coins? Coin collectors may think they have unsearched coins. Find out why this may not necessarily be the case.

Numismatist - A Definition
A definition of

What Are Problem Coins?
Coins with problems can be purchased at bargain prices. Not all of these problem coins are good bargains. Learn how to tell the difference.

2010 Penny Design - The US One Cent Design for 2010
Beginning in 2010, the United States began issuing a new reverse design for the penny. See what this new penny looks like and learn what the design means.

Numismaster.com - Coin Management Software and World Coin Prices Plus Coin News and Blogs
Numismaster.com is a one-stop portal for researching and managing your coin collection. But is it worth the money? Find out here.

5 Tips on How to Find a Coin Dealer
It is fairly easy to find a coin dealer. But how do you find a reputable and honest coin dealer? Learn how to find honest and ethical coin dealers.

Colonial Williamsburg's Collection Of Coins, Medals, and Currency
Housed in the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum at Colonial Williamsburg is a collection of colonial coinage metals and currency. This impressive collection can be enjoyed by both the non-coin collector and serious numismatist. Find out here what treasures are waiting to be discovered.

Book Review: Guide Book of Half Cents and Large Cents
A Guide Book of Half Cents and Large Cents, by Q. David Bowers is 564 pages of knowledge, insight and data. But it's not for everyone. Find out if it's right for you.

Anatomy of a Coin - Describing your Coins to Collectors
This is an image-based tutorial teaching you how to explain your coins to another collector using the proper terminology. The U.S. cent coin, the proof Statehood quarter obverse, and the reeded edges of circulated quarters are used as examples.

Anatomy of a Coin 2 - The Legend, Inscription, Rim, and Field
Learn about the location and description of a coin's legend, inscription, rim, and field.

Anatomy of a Coin 3 - The Motto, Mint Mark, and Edge
Learn about the location and description of the Motto on a coin, the mint mark, and the edge of a coin.

Anatomy of a Coin 4 - The Portrait, Date, and Designer's Initials
Learn about the location and description of a U.S. coin's Portrait, Date, and Designer's Initials.

Anatomy of a Coin 5 - The Reeded Edge and the Clad Layers
Learn about the location and description of the reeded edge of a coin, and the clad layers of a clad quarter.

Anatomy of a Coin 6 - The Proof Coin and the Cameo Portrait
Learn about the proof coin and its important parts in this image-based tutorial explaining U.S. coin collecting terminology.

Do You Remember the Coin Terms? Try it Yourself!
See if you can name the key terms that describe a U.S. coin. The letters point to key elements; do you know the special numismatic word for each?

The Key Parts of a Coin - Quiz Answers
The key parts of a coin are pointed out in this terse summary of the coin words you need to know to describe your coins to other collectors.

ANA Summer Seminar Course Catalog
The ANA Summer Seminar Course Catalog has all the information you need to attend this fun and information packed series of seminars.

ANA Summer Seminar Opening Ceremony
Find out who is attending or instructing your ANA Summer Seminar session. Page 4.

Admission to the Money Museum Is Included with Your Seminar Tuition
History and knowledge is yours for the taking at the ANA Summer Seminar. Find out what's in store for you. Page 13.

Delicious and Nutritious Meal That Pleases Every Pallet
If you think eating at the college cafeteria can be

Every Seminar Instructor Is a Recognized Numismatic Expert
Professional numismatists, specialists, experts and authorities bring their valuable knowledge to share with you at the ANA Summer Seminars. Page 9.

Hands-On Interactive Learning
Hands-on learning sets the ANA Summer Seminars far above any other numismatic learning event you can attend. Page 6.

If It Has To Do with Coins, There Has To Be a Coin Auction
Instructors, collectors and dealers come together to raise money for good cause at the ANA Summer Seminar. Page 12.

New Friendships Are Made and Old Acquaintances Are Rekindled
People, a lot more than coins, make attending the ANA Summer Seminars worth it. Page 11.

The ANA Summer Seminar Is More Than Just Classroom Learning
There is a lot more to do at the ANA Summer Seminar then just go to class. Page 10.

The American Numismatic Association Headquarters
The resources that are located at the American Numismatic Association headquarters are available to every seminar participant. Page 3.

The Campus of Colorado College
The ANA Summer Seminars are held in Colorado Springs, Colorado which offers a variety of cultural and entertainment activities in addition to numismatic events. Page 2.

World-Class Learning and Education Facilities at Colorado College
State of the art learning facilities are provided at the ANA Summer Seminars. Page 5.

Young and Old and Everyone in between Come to the ANA Summer Seminar
Nobody is too old or too young to attend the ANA Summer Seminar. Page 8.

Insider's Guide to the ANA Summer Seminar
Find out what the American Numismatic Association Summer Seminars can do for every type of coin collector.

How to Decide What Coins To Collect
Are you new to coin collecting and can't decide where to begin? This guide will get you started in the right direction by helping you decide what coins you should start collecting first.

Coin Grading Services Defined
How do you know if your coin is authentic? A third party grading service (TPGS) refers to an independent company that authenticates, grades, attributes and encapsulates coins for a fee

Grading the Color of Copper Coins
The process of properly grading uncirculated copper coins includes the determination of the color of the copper coin. Learn how to determine the color grade of copper coins by learning a few simple tricks.

What is a Bag Mark on a Mint U.S. Coin?
What is a Bag Mark? Bag Mark is defined on this coin terms glossary page.

Book Review of Cherrypickers' Guide to Rare Die Varieties, ISBN-10: 0794832393, ISBN-13: 978-0794832391
Learn how you can make money with coins using The Cherrypickers' Guide to Rare Die Varieties by Bill Fivaz and J. T. Stanton (Edited by Ken Potter).

VF-20 – Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade VF-20
Official A.N.A. Definition of Coin Grade VF-20.

EF-40 – Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade EF-40
Official A.N.A. Definition of Coin Grade EF-40

Barber Half Dollar Specs
Everything you want to know about the U.S. Barber Half Dollar issued from 1892 to 1915: Specifications, weight, diameter, specific gravity, designer, mint locations, varieties and notes.

Starting a Barber Quarters (1892-1916) Coin Collection
Barber Quarters are affordable to collect for the beginner and challenging for the advanced collector. Read a brief history of the coin and study the guide to help you start assembling your collection of Barber Quarters.

Intermediate and Advanced Coin Collecting Supplies
The deeper you journey into coin collecting, the more advanced your coin collecting supplies will need to be. You will be paying more attention to details and different attributes of your coins. Here is a list of the necessary coin collecting supplies to take you to the next level.

Book Review: The Official American Numismatic Association Grading Standards for United States Coins
The best resource to develop your coin grading skills is

Bullion Value - A Definition of Bullion Value
A Definition of Bullion Value. Coins.

Storing Collection in Coin Folders and Coin Albums
Coin albums and coin folders provide and easy way for you to store, display and enjoy your coin collection. Choosing the right coin album or coin folder to store your collection in is easy if you know the tradeoffs. This article will help you decide.

AU-55 - Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade AU-55
Learn what the official A.N.A. definition of coin grade AU-55 is.

AU-58 – Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade AU-58
Official A.N.A. Definition of Coin Grade AU-58

Book Review: A Guide Book of Canadian Coins and Tokens – An Official Whitman Guidebook
Following in the tradition of other guidebooks, this comprehensive book has a lot to offer. See if this book is right for you and find the lowest price for it.

Commemorative Coin - What is a Commemorative Coin?
What is a commemorative coin? Commemorative coin is defined on this coin terms glossary page.

Book Review: A Guide Book of Hard Times Tokens
Find out if this guide book of hard times tokens will give you what you need to start your collection.

Hard Times Token
A numismatic definition of

Shield Nickel Values and Prices
This page lists coin values and prices for Shield Nickels minted from 1866 to 1883. The values listed here are what you can expect a dealer to pay you for your coin. Prices listed are what you can expect to pay to a dealer to buy the coin.

Lincoln Memorial Penny: Key Dates and Rarities
Lincoln Memorial pennies produced from 1959 to 1909 have some valuable and interesting varieties. Learn how to identify if your Lincoln Memorial cent is a valuable date or treasured variety. Detailed photos are provided that illustrate each type.

Franklin Half Dollar Specifications
Everything you want to know about the U.S. Franklin half dollar issued from 1948 to 1963: Specifications, weight, diameter, specific gravity, designer, mint locations, varieties and notes.

Franklin Half Dollar Specifications
Everything you want to know about the U.S. Franklin half dollar issued from 1948 to 1963: Specifications, weight, diameter, specific gravity, designer, mint locations, varieties and notes.

What Is a Repunched Mintmark (RPM)?
Repunched mintmarks (RPM) are collectible die varieties that you can cherry pick from coin dealers stock.

Coin Die Cracks (Jagged Lines on the Surface of a Coin)
Die cracks and part jagged lines on the surface of a coin. See what they look like and find out what it does to a coin's value.

The 1877 Indian Head Penny
The 1877 Indian Head penny does not have the lowest mintage but is the most expensive. Find out why in this article.

Coin Toning: Definition, Discussion and Effect on Value
Toned coins are result of a chemical process that reacts with the surface metal of a coin. Although any coin can tone, silver and copper coins are most susceptible to the toning process. Coin toning can be beautiful or ugly. Learn what it is and how it can affect the value of your coins.

U.S. Half Dollars
United States half dollars have been minted since 1794. See an example of each one that has been minted since then.

AU-53 – Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade AU-53
Official A.N.A. Definition of Coin Grade AU-53

Mercury Dimes, Standing Quarters, Walking Half Dollars
Three of America's most beautiful coins, Mercury dimes, Standing Liberty quarters, and Liberty Walking half dollars are covered in this book. Find out if it has what you need to further your coin collecting skills.

A Numismatic Definition of Mintage
A numismatic definition and discussion of

Starting an Indian Head Penny Collection
Indian Head pennies are easy to collect for the beginner and challenging enough for the advanced collector. This article provides a brief history of the coin and some tips and tricks to help you start assembling your collection of Indian Head pennies.

Luster – A Definition of Luster
A Definition of Luster. Coins.

Value - A Numismatic Definition of "Value"
A definition of the term

Book Review: Pleasure and Profit by Robert W. Shippee
Robert W. Shippee details over 100 lessons that you can learn from while he assembled his award-winning collection of United States type coins.

Kennedy Half Dollar (1964-Present) - Profile
The history of the Kennedy half-dollar coin, how to get started collecting, types, advanced collecting tips, books and more are covered in this comprehensive guide to collecting Kennedy half dollars.

Official A.N.A. Definition of Grade MS-70
A coin graded MS-70 is the perfect coin. Has very attractive sharp strike and original luster of the highest quality for the date and mint.

Proof-69 – Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade Proof-69
Official A.N.A. Definition of Coin Grade Proof-69

Washington Quarter Key Dates, Rarities and Varieties
Although Washington quarters are very ordinary, there are a few that worth significantly more than a common date quarter. Here you will find a list of key dates, rarities and varieties for the Washington quarter series. Detailed description along with detailed photos will teach you how to identify these rarities.

How to Collect Washington Quarters
Washington quarters are fun to collect for the beginner and challenging enough for the advanced collector. This article provides a brief history of the coin and will guide you through assembling your collection of Washington quarters.

Proof Set – A Definition of Proof Set
A numismatic definition and history of United States proof sets.

Incuse – A Definition of Incuse
A numismatic definition of incuse.

Cataloging Your Coin Collection
Cataloging your coin collection and maintaining proper records is one of the things that differentiate intermediate and advanced collectors from beginning collectors. This article talks about the importance of cataloging your coin collection and simple ways for you to accomplish it.

Five Myths About Coins and Money
Five myths about United States coins and money that can cost you thousands of dollars if you believe them.

Safes, Security and Insurance for Coin Collections
Although nobody wants to think about it, the inevitable may happen and your prized coin collection could be lost. Investing in the proper security equipment and using common sense can protect your coin collection and replace it with the inevitable happens. Follow these simple steps to maximize the protection for your coin collection.

Clasic Head Half Cent 1809-1836
Everything you want to know about the U.S. Clasic Head Half Cent issued from 1809 to 1836: Specifications, weight, diameter, specific gravity, designer, mint locations, varieities and notes.

U.S. Type Set Collecting Variations
Collecting a type set of United States coins can be anything you want it to be. Learn how you can start your type set collection today.

Checklist of United States Type Coins - Major Types Only
This complete checklist of major types of United States coins will help you build an award-winning coin collection. You can download and print the checklist to take with you to coin shows and coin dealers.

The Complete Type Set of United States Coins
Before you jump into assembling a complete type collection of United States coins, it is important to understand exactly what a type set its. Here is some advice to get you started.

Book Review: A Guide Book of United States Type Coins (2nd Edition)
Q. David Bowers has tapped into his 70+ years of numismatic knowledge to produce this coin collecting guide to United States type coins. Read my recommendation before you buy the book.

Collecting a Type Set of United States Coins
Collecting a type set of United States coins provides a wide variety of options for the beginning through advanced collector. See how you can start your type set collection today.

Book Review: Coin of the Year
For the past 30 years the best coins in the world have been awarded the Coin of the Year. This coin book review will help you decide if it is right for your numismatic library.

My Buffalo Nickel Has No Date - How Much Is It Worth?
Buffalo Nickels with no dates on them present an interesting challenge. How do you learn how much the coin is worth if the date has worn off?

Buffalo Nickel Key Dates, Rarities and Varieties
There are a few Buffalo nickels that are worth more than an average date one. Here is a list of key dates and rarities along with detailed photos that will help you identify these rarities.

How To Help Your Child Start A Coin Collection
Want to introduce a child to a lifelong hobby that is fun, educational and potentially profitable? Here are some tips to get kids interested in coin collecting.

The Future of the Coin Collecting Hobby
Coins.

Extremely Fine (EF) - A Definition
A numismatic definition of the coin grade

Deep Cameo – A Numismatic Definition of Deep Cameo
A numismatic definition and high resolution photos of the coin collecting term

Choice Brilliant Uncirculated (Choice BU) - A Definition
A numismatic definition of the coin grade

Gem Brilliant Uncirculated (Gem BU) - A Definition
A numismatic definition of the coin grade

Standing Liberty Quarter Specifications
Everything you want to know about the U.S. Standing Liberty quarter issued from 1916 to 1930: Specifications, weight, diameter, specific gravity, designer, mint locations, varieties and notes.

How to Buy Coins Directly from the US Mint
How do I buy coins directly from the U.S. Mint? This FAQ tells you how to cut out the coin dealers and profiteers and buy your U.S. coins straight from the U.S. Mint.

Three Things You Should Know Before You Buy Gold Coins
Many people have been getting ripped off when they've purchased gold and gold coins as an investment instruments from unscrupulous sellers and ethical coin dealers. Here are three tips from the Professional Numismatics Guild that can save you a lot of money.

Sacagawea Dollar Key Dates, Rarities and Varieties
Although Sacagawea dollars are ordinary, there are a few of them that are worth significantly more than a common date Sacagawea. Detailed descriptions and photos will teach you how to identify these rarities.

Essential Supplies For Coin Collecting
Here is a list of coin collecting supplies that you will need to get started so that your coin collection is properly stored and maintained.

Book Review Blue Book Handbook of United States Coins 2016
Avoid disappointment when selling your coins by properly estimating their true value. Find out how this book will teach you how to properly value your coins before you sell them.

2015 Harry S. Truman Coin and Chronicles Set
The 2015 Harry S Truman Coin and Chronicles Set contains one of the most valuable Presidential Dollar coins in the series. Find out what makes this set so valuable.

Indian Head Penny: Key Dates, Rarities and Varieties
Indian Head pennies produced from 1859 to 1909 have some valuable key dates and interesting varieties. Learn how to identify if your Indian Head cent is a valuable date or treasured variety. Detailed photos illustrate each type.

Peace Silver Dollar Specs
Everything you may want to know about the U.S. Peace silver dollar issued from 1921 to 1935: Specifications, weight, diameter, specific gravity, designer, mint mark locations, varieties and notes.

Coin Identification Table - Identify Your U.S. Coins Using These Coin Photo Images
Photos to ID your U.S. coins. Use this coin identification table to identify your U.S. coins, with the help of these coin photo images

Book Review: 2016 Red Book of United States Coins Deluxe Edition
The 2016 Guide Book of United States Coins Deluxe Edition (known to hobbyists as

Starting an Indian Head Pennies and Flying Eagle Cents Collection
Learn how to start assembling your coin collection of Indian Head Pennies and Flying Eagle Cents. You will find values, advice and collecting strategies.

Book Review: Flying Eagle and Indian Head Penny Red Book
Richard Snow has updated his definitive guide for collecting Flying Eagle and Indian Head pennies. Find out how you can benefit from his years of research and knowledge.

Seated Liberty Silver Dollar Values and Prices
Seated Liberty Silver Dollar coin values and prices. The values listed here are what you can expect a dealer to pay you for the coin. Prices listed are what you can expect to pay to a dealer to buy the coin.

ASW - What is the numismatic definition of ASW?
ASW (also shown as a.s.w.) is defined on this coin terms glossary page.

Liberty Seated Half Dollar Values and Prices
Find out how much your Liberty Seated half dollar is worth. This page lists coin values and prices for Liberty Seated half dollar minted from 1839 to 1891 (Liberty Seated 50 Cent Piece). The values listed here are what you can expect a dealer to pay you for the coin. Prices listed are what you can expect to pay to a dealer to buy the coin.

2015 March of Dimes Commemorative Coins
The United States Mint will issue four different coins in the 2015 March of Dimes Commemorative Coin program. Find out which ones may be the key to your Roosevelt dime collection.

Chop Mark - A Numismatic Definition
Chop Mark – A Numismatic Definition

Introduction to Coin Collecting
New to coin collecting? Find out how to begin a fun and (hopefully) profitable hobby that will last a lifetime.

Coin Collecting Tips for Beginners
Regardless of how you start your coin collecting journey, here are some tips that will make it enjoyable and profitable. Following these simple tips can lead to big profits later.

What Is the US Mint's Direct Ship Program?
What is the U.S. Mint's direct Ship Program, and how does it differ from the Mint's normal sales of Presidential Dollars? The answer is that you can get the coins below face value if you buy smart! This page explains the facts about the Direct Ship Program.

Book Review: Coins & Collectors: Golden Anniversary Edition
50 years ago Q. David Bowers published a book that inspired coin collectors for generation. Find out how this book can inspire you.

10 Coin Collections for Under $100
Beginner and budget minded coin collectors will be able to assemble 10 different coin collections for under $100 each.

A Coin Collection of Sacagawea/Native American Dollars
See how assembling a collection of Sacajawea and Native American One Dollar Coins can be assembled on a limited budget.

A Proof Set or Mint Set From Your Birth Year
United States Mint Sets and Proof Sets are available for a variety of prices. See which ones you can afford.

Lincoln Wheat Penny Date Set
See how a collection of Lincoln Wheat pennies can be very affordable.

20th Century Basic Type set
A type set collection of United States coins made in the 20th century is a great collection for an intermediate coin collector.

Jefferson Nickels
See how you can assemble a complete collection of Jefferson Nickels from pocket change.

United States Nickel Type Set Coin Collection
See how assembling a type set collection of United States nickels can provide an intermediate coin collector with an acceptable level of challenge and satisfaction.

50 State Quarters Collection
See why over 160 million people have assembled this collection of the 50 State Quarters.

A Coin Collection of Clad Roosevelt Dimes
See how a collection of Roosevelt dimes can be assembled for not much more than the metal they are made on.

A Coin Collection of Eisenhower Dollars
See how to assemble a coin collection of the last big United States dollars.

Susan B Anthony One Dollar Coin Collection
See how assembling a collection of these

Proof – Official A.N.A. Definition of PROOF
Official A.N.A. Definition of Proof

Coin Collecting Investment Mistakes
Many people make money when they sell their coins. Avoid these eight common mistakes and you will be able to profit too.

How to Start Collecting Coins
Learn how to start a coin collection the right way. Find out what kinds of coins to buy, how to find honest coin dealers, how to organize and display your coin collection and how to care for your coins. Get coin collecting tips like cleaning coins, avoiding counterfeit coins, and other sound advice for the beginning coin collector. We also have advice and information for experienced collectors, coin investing, and buying gold and silver coins.

Modern Coin - A Definition
The

50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Uncirculated Coin
Comparison of the 50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Uncirculated Clad Coin and a low relief circulation quality coin.

50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Gold Proof Coin
Details of the 50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Gold Proof Coin and high resolution photos of the coin are provided.

50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Silver Coin Collection
The 50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Silver Coin Collection description and initial pricing information.

50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Silver Proof Philadelphia
50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Silver Proof Philadelphia high resolution photos.

50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Silver Uncirculated Denver
50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Silver Uncirculated Denver high resolution photos.

50th Anniversary Kennedy Half-Dollar Silver Reverse Proof West Point
50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Silver Reverse Proof West Point high resolution photos.

50th Anniversary Kennedy Half-Dollar Silver Enhanced Uncirculated San Francisco
50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Silver Enhanced Uncirculated San Francisco high resolution photos.

50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Uncirculated Coin Set
50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Uncirculated Coin Set in U.S. Mint packaging.

50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Collector Sets
The United States Mint is offering three different coin sets that appeal to coin collectors of all different budgets. Each set is explored in great detail.

50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Gold Proof Coin
The 50th Anniversary Kennedy 2014 Half-Dollar Gold Proof Coin photos of the Mint's packaging and descriptions are provided.

Franklin Half Dollar (1948-1963)
The Franklin half dollar honors an American patriot. This article presents a brief history of the coin, how to get started collecting, intermediate and advanced collecting tips. This comprehensive guide will get you starting a Franklin half dollar collection.

What Determines the Value and Price of Coins?
Many people buy and sell coins on the Internet or to a coin dealer. But few people understand what influences the values and prices of their coins. This article explains the factors that have power over what you pay and how much you get paid for your coins.

Book Review: The Authoritative Reference on Mercury Dimes
Numismatic authors and researchers John A. Wexler and Kevin Flynn have created a complete and comprehensive reference for the Mercury dime series of United States coins. See why this book is a necessity for your numismatic library.

Full Split Bands (FSB) on Mercury Dimes
Discover the minor detail that can add major dollars to the value of any Mercury dime.

Collecting Standing Liberty Quarters
Starting a collection of Standing Liberty quarters is very difficult for the beginning coin collector and is most challenging for the intermediate and advanced collector. This article provides a brief history of the coin and will guide you through assembling your collection of Standing Liberty quarters.

Book Review: 100 Greatest US Coins (Fourth Edition)
What are the greatest coins that the United States Mint has ever made? Find out in this book.

2014 American $1 Coin and Currency Set
The 2014 American $1 Coin and Currency Set contains a rare coin that will most likely end up being the key to the Native American one dollar coin series. Find out how to get yours.

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Price - A Numismatic Definition of Price
Here you will find a numismatic definition of the word

Retail Price - A Numismatic Definition of "Retail Price"
A definition of

Book Review: 2013 A Guide Book of United States Coins - The Redbook
A Guide Book of United States Coins (2013) also known as

1992 Lincoln Penny Sells for Over $20,000
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Slabbed Coin Holders Offer the Best Protection
Looking for the best coin holder to store your coin? Look no further than the third party grading services (PCGS, NGC, ANACS) to provide the ultimate in protection for your coins. Here is why you will want to invest in these coin holders for you most prized coins.

How to Collect Eisenhower "Ike" Dollars
Eisenhower Dollars are easy to collect for the beginner and challenging enough for the advanced collector. This guide provides a brief history of the coin and collecting tips to help you assemble your collection of Eisenhower

Face Value – A Definition of Face Value
A Definition of Face Value. Coins.

1943-S Lincoln Cent Sells for $1 Million
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Fallen Heroes of September 11th Bronze Medals
One solid gold version of each of these three medals were made. The 3 inch bronze versions are made from the very same dies that struck the official Congressional Gold Medals. Find out how to get yours.

50th Anniversary Kennedy Half-Dollar Silver Coin Collection
On October 28th the United States Mint will begin selling the 50th Anniversary Kennedy Half-Dollar Silver Coin Collection. You can be the first to see this new coin set.

2014 50th Anniversary High Relief Clad Kennedy Half-Dollars
With very low sales of this collector set, find out why these coins are different and will become the key to the Kennedy half dollar series.

Does the 1964-D Peace Dollar Exist?
Coins.

Are U.S. Proof Sets and Mint Sets a Good Investment?
Coins.

Record $86,654 Paid for $1 Proof American Silver Eagle
A 1995-W American Silver Eagle graded Proof-70 DCAM by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) was sold at auction on March 31st for $86,654.70 by

2012 Proof Set Prices Soar
People complained about the U.S. Mint's practice of selling special sets of coins for a limited time (usually four weeks) and then producing them to order so

The Truth About Littleton Coin Company
Littleton Coin Company is perhaps the best-known coin dealer in America. Their advertising can be found across a broad spectrum of magazines and media. They

A New Law Makes it Illegal to Melt Down Pennies and Nickels
The U.S. Mint has announced that a new regulation, effective immediately, makes it illegal to melt down U.S. Cent and Nickel coins. Due to sharply rising metal

Major Presidential Dollar Error - No Edge Lettering!
Update: See my list of known Presidential Dollar Edge Lettering Errors!A major Presidential Dollar error has emerged! Coins with no edge lettering are showing

John Adams Presidential Dollar Errors
It should come as no surprise to coin collectors that some mint errors are being found among the John Adams Presidential Dollars, which were officially placed

Sacagawea Dollar With Edge Lettering Found!
PCGS is reporting on their Web site that they have paid out a $10,000 reward to Andrew Moores of Lakewood, Colorado, for submitting the first known authentic

Major Monroe Dollar Error Coins Confirmed!
Coin World is reporting that the U.S. Mint has accidentally struck between 70,000 and 140,000 Monroe Presidential Dollars on planchets (coin blanks) intended

No Mint Mark on Lincoln Pennies
Why do some United States coins have a mint mark while others do not? This article will answer this question and provide you with historical information on the use of mint marks on United States coins.

Book Review: Making the Grade, 3rd Edition
Making the Grade is the latest coin grading book published by Amos Press (Coin World Magazine) and is reviewed in this article. Find out if you can benefit from this book if you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced collector.

Book Review: 2015 Red Book of United States Coins
The 2015 Guide Book of United States Coins (known to hobbyists as

50th Anniversary Kennedy Half-Dollar Gold Proof Coin
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy half-dollar, the United States Mint has produced its first-ever gold half-dollar.

How to Collect Peace Silver Dollars
Peace Silver dollars are straightforward to collect for the beginner and can become very challenging for the advanced collector. This article will help you get started collecting Peace silver dollars.

How To Collect Susan B. Anthony One Dollar Coins
Susan B. Anthony one dollar coins are simple to collect for the beginner and demanding for the advanced coin collector. This article will guide you through assembling your collection of Susan B. Anthony one dollar coins.

Coin Collecting Blogs
There are a number of excellent blogs covering the topic of coin collecting. I have made these selections very carefully, either because they cover areas I am not an expert in (such as collecting high-value gold coins) or provide an interesting contrast to my own coverage of coin collecting.

What Is an SMS Coin? (Definition)
SMS coin is defined on this coin term glossary page.

What Is a Cheerios Penny?
What is a Cheerios Penny? Cheerios Penny is defined on this coin terms glossary page.

DMPL vs Prooflike Morgans (How to Tell the Difference)
Learn how to tell the difference between Semi-Prooflike, Prooflike, and DMPL Morgan Dollars in this simple guide to Prooflike Morgans.

Heritage Auction Galleries Coin Site
The Heritage Auction Galleries Coin Web site contains an immense archive of auction results and coin photos from coins around the world, but especially U.S. coins. The site also features coin auctions and coin-related information. You don't want to miss this site! It's amazing! Learn more about Heritage Auctions on this page.

Difference Between DMPL and Proof Morgans
Learn how to tell the difference between DMPL and Proof Morgan Dollars on this coin collecting FAQ page.

Two-Tailed Morgan Dollar Coin
A reader asks about a Morgan dollar with two eagles and no lady. I explain what her two-tailed coin might be and how it was caused or created.

How to Remove PVC Damage From Coins
Severe PVC residue on coins appears as a greenish, stinky residue. If you leave PVC residue untreated, it will eventually eat into the surface of the coin, leaving ugly marks and making the coin virtually worthless to collectors. This article teaches how to remove PVC residue, hopefully before it does PVC damage.

U.S. Small Cents: Guide to Values and Prices
The U.S. Small Cents were first issued in 1856, to replace the Large Cents. But which cents, exactly, are the Small Cents? This article answers that question, and tells you how to determine how much your Small Cents are worth.

2013 5-Star Generals Profile Collection
2013 5-Star Generals Profile Collection. Page 2.

2013 5-Star Generals Profile Collection
2013 5-Star Generals Profile Collection. Page 3.

2013 5-Star Generals Profile Collection
2013 5-Star Generals Profile Collection

Jim Halperin Auction Winners Laura Sperber and Anthony Terranova
Jim Halperin Auction Winners Laura Sperber and Anthony Terranova. Page 9.

Stewart Blay Owner of the Red Copper Collection
Stewart Blay shows off the finest known 1909-S VDB PCGS MS-67 Red from his legendary

2013 5-Star Generals Profile Collection
2013 5-Star Generals Profile Collection

Determining a Foreign Coin's Front and Reverse Sides
On U.S. coins, it is easy to know which side is the obverse and reverse, because of the portraits. However, many world coins, including the Euro, have no portraits, so how do you know which side is which? Your Guide explains some quick ways to tell the obverse from the reverse.

Learn About the Arizona State Quarter
The Arizona State Quarter is the 48th coin of the original 50 State Quarters program. It was released into circulation on June 2, 2008. Learn about the Arizona Quarter and what the designs on it mean, why the banner is so important, how the designs came to be selected, and other facts about Arizona and the Arizona Statehood Quarter.

What Is a Nickel? - Definition
What is a nickel? You Guide has the definition to this and other coin related terms in the glossary of numismatic terminology. Nickel is defined on this page.

Coins - Difference Between the Edge and the Rim
There is a big difference between the edge of a coin and the rim of a coin, but many people use these terms interchangeably. Learn what the proper terms are when describing the Presidential Dollars.

What Is a Reverse Proof Coin?
Reverse Proof Coin is defined on this coin terms glossary page.

What Is PVC Damage on Coins? How to Remove It
PVC damage can ruin your coins. Learn what PVC damage is, how to prevent it, and how to remove PVC residue before it becomes permanent PVC damage.

Grading Cameo Contrast on U.S. Proof Coins
Not all proof coins produced have the same amount of cameo contrast on their surfaces. This guide will help you determine the amount of cameo contrast on your proof coins.

EID MAR coin - Brutus Assassinates Julius Caesar
EID MAR is the inscription on the coin issued by Brutus, who assassinated Julius Caesar on the Ides of March in ancient Rome. This ancient coin features two daggers and a liberty cap on the reverse, and a portrait of Brutus on the obverse. This article profiles the EID MAR commemorative coin and explains the events surrounding it.

Which U.S. Coin Has No Copper in It?
Every single U.S. coin ever struck by the U.S. Mint for circulation has some copper in it except one. Do you know which one it is? Find out on this page.

Does the Mint Make Error Coins on Purpose?
People often ask if the U.S. Mint is making errors on the coins on purpose, in order to entice people into removing them from circulation and collecting them. Find out the answer to this question about mint error coins.

Walking Liberty Half Dollar Key Dates, Rarities and Varieties
Although Walking Liberty half dollars are ordinary, there are a few of them that are worth significantly more than a common date Walking Liberty half dollar. Here you will find a list of key dates, rarities and varieties for the Walking Liberty half dollar series. Detailed description along with detailed photos will teach you how to identify these rarities.

How to Grade Standing Liberty Quarters
Being able to grade Standing Liberty quarters accurately is the crucial element in determining your coin’s value or price. This guide will help you learn how to grade coins through a series of descriptions and photos that illustrate an example of each grade.

Top 10 Coin Dealer Ethics Topics
This is a collection of my top 10 best Coin Dealer Ethics columns, where I present an ethical dilemma and ask readers how they think it should be resolved. Most of the scenarios relate to coin dealers and their buying and selling practices, although other topics related to coin collecting are also covered.

Best Coins Sites on the Web (Top 10)
This is a list of my top 10 favorite coin Web sites (besides my own, of course, heh.) You'll find a nice mix of types of sites, as I tried to pick the best from several categories (such as coin discussion forum, coin price guide, general coin information, etc.) I also explain why I love these sites, and why it's worth your time to check them out.

Tools for a Counterfeit Coin Detection Kit
In this article, some simple tools are shared that can be used to protect yourself against fake coins and counterfeits.

Counterfeit – A Definition of Counterfeit Coin
A Definition of Counterfeit. Coins.

What Is a Numismatist? - Glossary Definition
Numismatist is defined on this coin terms glossary page.

How Can I Get the New Pennies Early?
A collector asked whether there was a way she could get the new pennies before everyone else. This FAQ tells you how.

Book Review: A Guide Book of Civil War Tokens - Official Red Book
The latest book by Q David Bowers covers Civil War tokens issued from 1862 until 1865. Find out if this book is right for your numismatic collection by reading this book review.

AG-3 – Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade AG-3
Official A.N.A. Definition of Coin Grade AG-3

VF-25 – Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade VF-25
Official A.N.A. Definition of Coin Grade VF-25

VG-8 – Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade VG-8
Official A.N.A. Definition of Coin Grade VG-8

Mint Set – A Definition of Mint Set
A Definition of the numismatic term Mint Set.

AU-50 – Official A.N.A. Definition of the Grade AU-50
Official A.N.A. Definition of Coin Grade AU-50

Proof-Like – A Definition of Proof-Like
A Definition of Proof-Like. Coins.

Price List – A Definition of Price List
A Definition of Price List. Coins.

Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG) - A Definition of Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG)
A Definition of Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG)

Satin Finish – A Definition of Satin Finish
A Definition of Satin Finish. Coins.

Monroe Presidential Dollar Error Struck on a Silver Quarter Blank - How to Tell if You Have a Monroe Dollar Error Coin
The Monroe Presidential Dollars struck at the Philadelphia Mint include a normally rare error type: coins struck on the wrong coin blanks. Learn how to tell if your Monroe Dollar has this

U.S. Coins Red Book Collection - Rare Red Books - Coin Price Guide Collections
Learn the story of the intrepid coin collector, who is also a member of the U.S. military stationed overseas, who did something that only 500 people in the world can ever do (and that probably fewer than a couple dozen actually have done...) He collected a full set of every single Red Book ever published! Read his inspiring story here.

A Complete U.S. Coins Red Book Collection - Rare Red Books - Red Book Collector
Learn the story of the intrepid coin collector, who is also a member of the U.S. military stationed overseas, who did something that only 500 people in the world can ever do (and that probably fewer than a couple dozen actually have done...) He collected a full set of every single Red Book ever published! Read his inspiring story here. Page 2.

Proof Presidential Dollar Error Coin Wire Rim - Finned Rim
Proof Presidential Dollar Wire Rim or Finned Rim Error Coin. Page 3.

Proof Presidential Dollar Wire Rim or Finned Rim Error Coin Detail
Proof Presidential Dollar Wire Rim or Finned Rim Error Coin. Page 4.

Proof Presidential Dollar Elliptical Planchet Error Coin Reverse
Proof Presidential Dollar Elliptical Planchet Error Coin Reverse. Page 2.

Proof Washington Presidential Dollar Struck Through Error - Struck-In Rim Burr - View 2
Proof Washington Presidential Dollar Struck Through Error - Struck-In Rim Burr. Page 6.

Proof Washington Presidential Dollar Struck Through Error - Struck-In Rim Burr - View 3
Proof Washington Presidential Dollar Struck Through Error - Struck-In Rim Burr. Page 7.

Proof Washington Presidential Dollar Struck Through Error With Struck-In Rim Burr
Proof Washington Presidential Dollar Struck Through Error With Struck-In Rim Burr. Page 5.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 1 Photo B
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 2.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 1 Photo C
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 3.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 1 Photo D
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 4.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 1 Photo E
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 5.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 1 Photo F
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 6.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 2 Photo A
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 7.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 2 Photo B
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 8.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 2 Photo C
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 9.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 2 Photo D
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 10.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 2 Photo E
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 11.

Adams Presidential Dollars Double Edge Lettering Error Coins Type 2 Photo F
Photo gallery showing John Adams Presidential Dollars that got two sets of edge lettering inscriptions on them. Page 12.

Adams Dollars with Double Edge Lettering Stack
Adams Dollars with Double Edge Lettering. Page 13.

Hawaii State Quarter Artist Rendering
Hawaii State Quarter Artist Rendering. Page 5.

New Mexico State Quarter Artist Rendering
New Mexico State Quarter Artist Rendering. Page 2.

Sacagawea Dollars Space Gold Coins Display
The Sacagawea Dollar Space Coins Display features a spacey design layout for the 12 solid 22 kt gold coins. Page 7.

2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee Left Side of Bourse - Heritage Galleries
2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee Left Side of Bourse. Page 8.

2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee Right Side of Bourse Superior Galleries
2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee Right Side of Bourse. Page 9.

U.S. Mint Director Ed Moy Leads Coin Collectors' Forum at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee
U.S. Mint Director Ed Moy Leads Coin Collectors' Forum at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee. Page 11.

Mint Director Edmund Moy Leads Coin Collectors' Forum at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee
U.S. Mint Director Edmund Moy Leads Coin Collectors' Forum at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee. Page 12.

Sacagawea Dollars Space Coins Display - Press Photographers
Press photographers and cameramen jostle for the first glimpse of the Sacagawea Dollars Space Coins Display. Page 5.

U.S. Mint Booth at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee - Sacagawea Dollars Space Coins Display
U.S. Mint Booth at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee - Sacagawea Dollars Space Coins Display. Page 2.

Scott Travers Book Signing at the ANA Convention in Milwaukee
Scott Travers signing books at the ANA convention in Milwaukee in August 2007. Page 14.

2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee - Sacagawea Dollars Gold Coins Display Press
Sacagawea Dollar Space Coins Display at the 2007 ANA Coin Show, along with a few members of the press! Page 6.

U.S. Mint Booth at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee - Sacagawea Dollars 22 kt Gold Coins Display
U.S. Mint Booth at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee - 22 kt Gold Sacagawea Dollars Space Coins Display. Page 3.

Adams Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse Error Coin
Adams Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse. Page 8.

Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse Source Image
Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse Source Image. Page 5.

Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse Focal Area
Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse Focal Area. Page 4.

Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse - Doubling Overlay
Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse - Doubling Overlay. Page 6.

Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse With Obverse Verification Overlay
Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse With Obverse Verification Overlay. Page 7.

Jefferson Presidential Dollar Doubled Die Reverse Coin - Jefferson Doubled Die Discovered by Shawn Bell
Jefferson Presidential Dollar doubled die reverse discovered by Shawn Bell. Listed as CDDR-001, WDDR-001, etc. Page 9.

Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die WDDR-002
Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die WDDR-002. Page 2.

Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die WDDR-003
Washington Presidential Dollar Doubled Die WDDR-003. Page 3.

Error Coins at the Shanghai Mint in China - Chinese Error Coins
A tray of error coins is photographed during Fred Weinberg's tour of the Shanghai Mint in China in 1983. The coins are made of aluminum, and represent a variety of major minting error types. Page 8.

Fred Weinberg Error Coins Catalog - Chinese Mint Workers Look at Error Coin Prices
Workers at the Shanghai Mint in China marvel at the prices for which error coins are sold in the U.S. Fred Weinberg's error coin catalog is being held by one of the workers. Page 9.

Fred Weinberg Holds Error Coins in China at the Shanghai Mint in 1983
Fred Weinberg, the top error coins dealer in the U.S., holds a tray of error coins during his tour of the Shanghai Mint in China in 1983. Page 7.

Chinese Panda Galvano at the Shanghai Mint in China - Silver Panda Coin Design
A Master Hub is being made from the original galvano for the Chinese Panda silver one ounce bullion coins. Page 6.

Chinese Panda Gold Coins Planchet Strip Left From Solid Gold Coin Blanks at Chinese Mint in Shanghai
A worker at the Shanghai Mint in China holds a strip of solid gold from which Chinese Panda coin blanks was punched. Page 5.

Second Philadelpha Mint Compared to the Chinese Shanghai Mint
The Second Philadelpha Mint, left, and the Chinese Shanghai Mint, right, shown side-by-side for comparison purposes. The Shanghai Mint facade is a replica of the United States Mint at Philadelphia. Page 4.

Philadelphia Mint Second Building - Second Philadelphia Mint - Old Philadelphia Mint
Photo of the second Philadelphia Mint, located at Chestnut and Juniper Streets. Photo taken circa 1902. Page 3.

Shanghai Mint in China - Chinese Government Mint at Shanghai 2
The front facade of the Shanghai Mint in China is modeled after the Philadelphia Mint in the U.S. Page 2.

Alaska State Quarter Artist Rendering
Alaska State Quarter Artist Rendering. Page 4.

Arizona State Quarter Artist Rendering
Arizona State Quarter Artist Rendering. Page 3.

Ed Moy Leads Coin Collectors' Forum at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money
U.S. Mint Director Ed Moy Leads Coin Collectors' Forum at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money With Help From Gloria Eskridge. Page 13.

2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee Coin Collectors' Forum - Ed Moy U.S. Mint Director
2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee Coin Collectors' Forum led by Ed Moy, the U.S. Mint Director. Page 10.

U.S. Mint Booth at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee - Sacagawea Dollar Space Coins on Display
U.S. Mint Booth at the 2007 ANA World's Fair of Money Coin Show in Milwaukee - Sacagawea Dollars Space Coins Display. Page 4.

Adjustment Marks on a 1795 Draped Bust Dollar
This is a photo showing weight adjustment marks on an early U.S. Silver Dollar. Page 6.

Adjustment Marks on a 1797 U.S. Half Dollar
Adjustment marks can be seen on this 1797 half dollar. Page 5.

Roller Marks on an 1885-CC Morgan Dollar
Photo of roller marks on an 1885-CC Morgan Dollar (detail). Page 4.

Roller Marks on a 1902-S Morgan Dollar
Photo of roller marks on a 1902-S Morgan Dollar (detail). Page 3.

Roller Marks on an 1894-S Morgan Dollar
Photo shows roller marks on an 1894-S Morgan Dollar. Page 2.

Chinese Money - People's Republic of China Coins in Circulation
This is an image showing the coins which are currently used as money in People's Republic of China. This Chinese coinage is part of the monetary system used in People's Republic of China. Page 27.

Hong Kong Money - Hong Kong Coins in Circulation
This is a photo showing the coins which are currently used as money in Hong Kong. This Hong Kong coinage is part of the monetary system used in Hong Kong. Page 58.

Belizean Money - Belize Coins in Circulation
This is an image showing the coins which are currently used as money in Belize. This Belizean coinage is part of the monetary system used in Belize. Page 12.

Burundian Money - Burundi Coins in Circulation
This is an image showing the coins which are currently used as money in Burundi. This Burundian coinage is part of the monetary system used in Burundi. Page 21.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 13
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 13.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 14
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 14.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 15
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 15.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 17
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 17.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 18
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 18.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 2
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 2.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 3
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 3.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 6
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 6.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 7
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 7.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 8
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 8.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 9
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 9.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 11
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 11.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 12
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 12.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 16
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 16.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 4
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 4.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 5
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 5.

Lincoln Cent 2010 Lincoln Penny Proposed Design 10
This is one of the proposed designs for the new Lincoln Cent, which will be the permanent reverse beginning in 2010. Page 10.

Gold Bars in the U.S. Mint Ultra High-Relief Saint-Gaudens Display at the 2008 ANA Baltimore Coin Show
400 ounce (about 27 pounds) Gold Bars in the U.S. Mint Ultra High-Relief Saint-Gaudens Display at the 2008 ANA Baltimore Coin Show. Page 5.

Gold Bars in the U.S. Mint Ultra-High Relief Saint-Gaudens Display in Baltimore
400 ounce (about 27 pounds) Gold Bars in the U.S. Mint Ultra High-Relief Saint-Gaudens Display at the 2008 ANA Baltimore Coin Show. Page 4.

ANA Convention Baltimore 2008 - Larry Shepherd and Ed Moy Cut the Ribbon to Open the World's Fair of Money
Larry Shepherd and Ed Moy cut the ribbon to open the 2008 ANA World's Fair of Money in Baltimore. Page 2.

U.S. Mint Display - 2008 ANA World's Fair of Money in Baltimore.
U.S. Mint display at the 2008 ANA World's Fair of Money in Baltimore. Page 7.

Ultra-High Relief Plaster Display
The Ultra-High Relief plaster display at the U.S. Mint exhibit at the 2008 ANA World's Fair of Money. Page 6.

Gold Bars - U.S. Mint Director Ed Moy Unveils Gold Bars Display
U.S. Mint Director Ed Moy unveils the gold bars display at the 2008 ANA World's Fair of Money in Baltimore. Page 3.