Click title/picture for details. offer US $199.99 1864 Large Motto 2 Cent Piece. Coin is currently housed in an ANACS holder, graded XF-40, and certified as "struck on tapered planchet." A most interesting (and quite scarce, I assume) error that could easily be an anchor to an advanced error collection or for the 2 Cent specialist
Click title/picture for details. offer US $496.61 genuine misprinted(undated) 20p coin,how often does the national mint make a mistake you ask,not very often is the answer and very few in circulation. error by mint. the last time an undated coin entered circulation was 1672,during the reign of charles 11 as stated in one of the national newspapers,so this must be one of the most rarest coins ever made.as each day goes by they will quadroople in price as they become even more collectable and it a must for any avid coin collector this is one of few left in circulation so it is very rare and collectable,so grab yourself a very rare coinplease look at my feedback you will notice that i have sold one of my 20 pence coins before it was known that they where so so rare and become public
Click title/picture for details. offer US $100.00 (1) 1862 INDIAN HEAD PENNY HIGH GRADE, HUGE DIE BREAK ON REVERSE!! *Has a die crack on the east side of the reverse of the coin... Very difficult to find a die break this big and dramatic on an early indian cent.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $250.00 2008 W silver eagle with the reverse of 2007 is guaranteed to be an authentic error coin. It is complete with original box and COA and only 46,000 of these error silver eagles exist. Must have for any serious collection. Designed by Adolph A. Weinman, the popular Walking Liberty design on a one ounce bullion coin. His initials are on the hem of her gown. The reverse design is a rendition of a Heraldic eagle designed by John Mercanti. The coin has a one-dollar face value. It is composed of 99.93% silver and .07% copper and weighs 31.101 grams. It is a large coin measuring about 40.6mm and has a reeded edge. To determine whether or not your Silver Eagle has the 2007 reverse type is simple. The easiest difference to find is in the shape of the U in UNITED. On the 2007 dies, this letter has a straight-line U without a "spur." On the 2008 reverse dies, the letter U does have a "spur", which looks like the little added stroke usually seen on the lower-case U, which appears on the bottom right side of the letter.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $399.00 Nice 100% ORIGINAL 1861/0 Seated Half Dime OVER DATE(aiq?). Original med. russett tone makes this coin a pleasure to look at. Nice strike with little signs of wear. No problems to mention. I would grade this coin choice almost uncirculated. -