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1972 Denver Kennedy Half Dollar Unc

The Kennedy Half Dollar was issued for the first time in 1964, the year after he was assassinated. They still make these coins today, but not usually for circulation. They have made them at different Mints; this one is from Denver and as such features a small D. These coins are struck in base metal and are in Uncirculated condition. If you are missing any of these dates, now is your chance to add them to your collection. This one is from 1972.
£4.50

USA 2005 State Quarters Proof

Acollection of all five of the United States State Quarters issued in 2005 all in Proof condition. This set is now 13 years old and you get one quarter each from California, Minnesota, Oregon, Kansas and West Virginia. These are legal tender coins and can be used anywhere as money, but they are in Proof condition and thus are specially struck for collectors. All five coins in the official United States Mint case of issue.
£14.50

US Barber Dime

Charles Barber was the Chief Engraver at the Philadelphia Mint in the United States. But he was also British and most collectors don’t know that. He designed many coins from the Dime (10c) to the Half Dollar. His coins circulated from 1892 to 1916, when the designs were replaced with others. We have always found that the smallest denomination, the Dime or 10 Cents is difficult to get hold of. The coins have the bust of Liberty on one side and the denomination on the other side. They are struck in 900 fine Silver and the coins on offer are in Very Good condition, especially considering that they are over 100 years old. If you have bought the other denominations, you will certainly want to add this denomination to your collection, but supplies are limited.
£9.95

USA 1921 Morgan Dollar UNC

There were four major types of Silver Dollars issued by the United States Mint in the 20th Century. This one is the Morgan Dollar and it comes in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and is struck in 900 fine silver. The Morgan Dollar is dated 1921, a one year type coin.
£69.50

Rugged American Collection

The last time we had this set for sale it did very well. It was issued by the Canadian company ‘Husky Self Service Stations’ in 1970. They were struck by the famous, but no longer making coins, Franklin Mint. Each copper medallion depicts a famous figure from the old West and the collection comes with a booklet telling you who each one is and what they did. Plus a presentation card for displaying the whole collection. Each medallion is still in the original cellophane envelope that it was issued in. You get an eight page information booklet which not only tells you about the person on the medallion, but also an image of how they looked. Plus, a 4 page leaflet telling you about the issue of these medallions. Finally a full colour cardboard display card to mount and show off the entire collection of 13 pieces. The ‘cowboys’ depicted are: Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickok, Wyatt Earp, Kit Carson, Bat Masterson, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. The Native Americans depicted are: Geronimo, Chief Joseph, Sitting Bull, Black Hawk, Sacajawea and Crazy Horse. There are a total of 13 different bronze medallions all in pristine, unopened, new condition. And remember this set is 48 years old! Don’t miss out on this one.
£24.50

USA 1923 Peace Dollar BU

The United States Silver Peace Dollar was first struck in 1921 and the coins were meant to be in everyday usage. They are full crownsized and struck in 900 fine Silver. Many consider it to be one of America’s most attractive coins. Now there is nothing rare about the 1923 date, it is just not all that easy to find when you are looking for it. We suppose the more dates they made, the less likely people were to put them aside. After all a Silver Dollar in 1923 was still considered a sizable amount of money. The coins on offer are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, which considering that they are now 95 years old, is quite impressive. A similar British coin in similar condition would cost you several hundred pounds at least. While supplies last you can own a Brilliant Uncirculated 1923 US Silver Dollar for a highly competitive price.
£69.50