The term numismatics refers to the study or collection of coins, paper currency, and medals. A coin with numismatic value has value exceeding the metal content for collectibility. We buy and sell these coins, and always strive to have a varied inventory. If we don't have it in stock, we can find it from one of our sources, to be added to your collection.

Morgan Silver Dollars

Beginning in 1878 and ending in 1921, these are some of the most beloved and classic American Silver Dollars. There is a large variance in price regarding the date, mint mark (where they were produced), as well as the condition. Each contains .77 of a troy ounce of ASW (actual silver weight), but many have greater value, such as Morgan Dollars from the Carson City Mint. Less than 2% of all Morgan Dollars were minted at the Carson City (CC) Nevada mint, making them more valuable and greater in collectibility.

Walking Liberty Half Dollar

With a run from 1916-1947, these 90% silver half dollars remain extremely popular and in high demand. Depending upon the date in condition, values can vary, but we are always glad to purchase them. The key dates, or most valued, in the "Walker" half series are 1921, 1921D (Denver Mint), and 1921S (San Fransicso Mint) due to low mintages.

Mercury Dimes 

These 90% silver dimes were produced by the U.S. Mint from 1916-1945. There are certain dates and mint marks such as the 1916D (Denver) Mercury dime that have high amounts of numismatic value. Later releases in the 1940s were more common but are still popular with coin enthusiasts.

St. Gaudens U.S. $20 Gold Double Eagles

While all designs of $20 Gold Double Eagles are well-liked, the majestic St. Gaudens Double Eagle is the most popular. Containing .9675 of a troy ounce AGW (actual gold weight) these are worth much more in high grade.

$10 U.S. Indian Eagle

Like the St. Gaudens Double Eagle, this coin was designed by one of the best sculptors in U.S. history, Mr. Augustus St. Gaudens. These were produced from 1907-1933. They are always sought after and we would love to see them anytime.

Incused $2.50 or $5 U.S. Gold Coins

Known as Quarter and Half Eagles, these are the most popular of the $2.50 and $5.00 U.S. Gold Coins. The $2.50 Quarter Eagle contains .1207 AGW whereas the $5.00 Half Eagle contains .2417 AGW. These are some of the only coins you will see where the design is indented, or incused. At the time of production (1908-1929 with some years no production), they were not popular. A wives tale at the time was that they harbored more germs because of being incused. Now they are some of the most beloved coins. Please bring them in anytime for a great offer!

Half Cents

These coins were the lowest face value coin struck by the U.S. Mint. Beginning in 1793 and running through 1857, the Liberty Cap, Draped Bust, Classic Head, and Braided Hair are all popular designs with collectors. It is intriguing to think what could have been purchased with these coins during their production! Most of the value of these coins is determined by its condition.

Large Cents

Produced by the U.S. Mint every year from 1793-1857 except 1815 (due to a lack of copper that year). The early Large Cents such as the Liberty Cap and Draped Bust design retain collectible value even in low grade as long as the date is visible. The pennies of this time period were heavily circulated.

Flying Eagle Penny

The first small penny produced by the U.S. Mint, had a short run of 1856-1858. Flying Eagles are sought after by penny enthusiasts, especially in high grade.

Indian Head Pennies

Beginning production in 1859 and completing their run in 1909, we buy and sell Indian Heads frequently. The key dates or most valuable are 1877 and 1909S (San Fransisco Mint) due to low mintages.

Certified Coins

Graded coins, or "slabbed" coins as they are referred to in the industry, are always in-demand items. They make a welcome addition to anyones numismatic collection. The most respected third party grading agencies are NGC and PCGS. We will always be interested in and make a great offer on high graded certified material. We have certified coins coming and going daily, so please call if you are looking for a specific coin, date, mintmark, or grade.