5 Cool Coins for every budget


APMEX’s large selection of Numismatic items has a little something for everyone. Check out these Cool Coins!

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Civil War Tokens

Civil War Tokens – $34.99

    • Own a piece of history.
    • These tokens were issued by private manufacturers’ and by store owner’s during the Civil War when there was a shortage of all coins.
    • There is a huge variety of types and styles.
    • Some are called “Patriotics” and they display patriotic themes.
    • Some are called “Storecards” and they display the names and specialties of merchants.
    • Widely circulated throughout the North and the South.
1811-1836 Capped Bust Half Dollar VF PCGS/NGC

1811-1836 Capped Bust Half Dollar

1811-1836 Capped Bust Half Dollar VF PCGS/NGC- $119.99 

  • Bust Half Dollars are highly collectible and always in demand.The coins will be dated between 1811 and 1836.
  • All coins will be graded by either PCGS or NGC and certified as grading Fine-12.

PCGS or NGC 1875-CC Twenty Cent Piece – Graded Fine-12 – $479.99

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PCGS 1875-CC Twenty Cent Piece-Graded Fine-12

    • Unusual and short-lived series of odd denominations of US Coins.
    • Only minted between 1875 and 1878.
    • One of only two dates minted at the famed Carson City Mint.
    • When issued the public was confused by these coins because they were so similar to a quarter.
    • Only 132,000 were minted at the Carson City Mint that year.
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1798 Draped Bust Dollar Heraldic Eagle/ 13 Stars Fine-12 NGC

1798 Draped Bust Dollar Heraldic Eagle/ 13 Stars Fine-12 NGC – $1,695.00

    • One of the earliest dollars issued by the United States.
    • Hard to find large silver coins issued by the United States  in the 18th Century.
    • Issued during President George Washington’s lifetime.
    • Nice, problem-free coins.
    • Graded as Fine-12 by NGC.

 

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1849-O $1 Liberty Head Gold MS-64 NGC

1849-O $1.00 Liberty Head Gold Piece, MS64, NGC – $5,795.00

    • First year of issue for the $1.00 Liberty Head Gold coins.
    • Struck at the fabled New Orleans Mint.
    • Designed by James B. Longacre.
    • The smallest gold coin ever minted by the United States.