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$2.50 - 1807

KM-018  - 4,37 g - 20 mm

Mintage - 6.182

This is an early U.S.A. $2.50 coin that was minted at the Philadelphia mint. The obverse features a turbaned bust of Liberty.  The are 7 stars to the left of the bust and LIBERTY and 6 stars at the right. The date 1807 is below the bust. The reverse has a heraldic eagle surrounded by the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Unfortunately someone scratched this rare piece on both the obverse and reverse. There were only 19.000 pieces of this type-denomination issued.


$10 - 1801

KM-030 - 17,5 g - 33mm

Mintage - 0,044M

This is an early U.S.A. $10 coin that was minted at the Philadelphia mint. The obverse features a turbaned bust of Liberty.  The are 8 stars to the left of the bust and LIBERTY and 5 stars at the right. The date 1801 is below the bust. The reverse has a heraldic eagle surrounded by the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.


 

$5 - 1834

KM-057 - 8,36 g - 23,8mm

Mintage - 0,658M

This U.S.A. $5 coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint. The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1834 is below the bust. The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 5 D. is below the eagle.


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$2 - 1836

KM-056 - 4,18 g - 18,2mm

Mintage - 0,548M

This U.S.A. $2 coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint. The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1836 is below the bust. The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 2 D. is below the eagle.


$5 - 1838 - D

KM-057 - 8,36 g - 23,8mm

Mintage - 0,021M

This U.S.A. $5 coin was minted at the Dahlonega Georgia mint. This was the first $5 coin minted at that mint that opened that year to produce coins from locally produced gold. The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1838 is below the bust. The mintmark D is above the date on this type of coin.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 5 D. is below the eagle.


$2 - 1839 - O

KM-06 - 4,18 g - 18,2mm

Mintage - 0,018M

This U.S.A. $2 coin was minted at the New Orleans Louisiana mint. This was the first $2 coin minted at that mint that opened the previous year. The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1839 is below the bust. The mintmark O is above the date on this type of coin.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 2 D. is below the eagle.


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$2 - 1843 - C

KM-072 - 4,1`8 g - 18mm

Mintage - 0,026M

This U.S.A. $2 coin was minted at the Charlotte North Carolina mint.  This is the Large Date variety. The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1843 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 2 D. is below the eagle. The mintmark C is below the eagle above the denomination.


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$2 - 1847 - O

KM-072 - 4,18 g - 18mm

Mintage - 0,124M

This U.S.A. $2 coin was minted at the New Orleans Louisiana mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1847 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 2 D. is below the eagle. The mintmark O is below the eagle above the denomination.


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$5 - 1848 - D

KM-069 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 0,047M

This U.S.A. $5 coin was minted at the Dahlonega Georgia mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1848 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. The mintmark D is below the eagle above the denomination.


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$5 - 1849 - C

KM-069 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 0,065M

This U.S.A. $5 coin was minted at the Charlotte North Carolina mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1849 is below the bust. The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. The mintmark C is below the eagle above the denomination.


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$1 - 1850 - D

KM-073 - 1,67 g - 13mm

Mintage - 8.382

This U.S.A. $1 coin was minted at the Dahlonega Georgia mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The reverse has the denomination 1 DOLLAR and the date 1850 within a wreath.  The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA circles the wreath. The mintmark D is below the wreath.


 

$2 - 1851 - D

KM-072 - 4,18 g - 18mm 

Mintage - 0,011M

This U.S.A. $2 coin was minted at the Dahlonega Georgia mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1851 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 2 D. is below the eagle. The mintmark D is below the eagle above the denomination.


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$5 - 1852

KM-057 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 1.597

This $5 coin was minted at the Philadelphia Pennsylvania mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1852 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle above the denomination. 


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$1 - 1852-C

KM-073 - 1,67 g - 13mm

Mintage - 9.343

This U.S.A. $1 coin was minted at the Charlotte North Carolina mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The reverse has the denomination 1 DOLLAR and the date 1852 within a wreath.  The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA circles the wreath. The mintmark C is below the wreath. The weak reverse is typical of this year from the Charlotte mint.


$1 - 1853

KM-073 - 1,67 g - 13mm

Mintage - 4,076M

This U.S.A. $1 coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The reverse has the denomination 1 DOLLAR and the date 1853 within a wreath.  The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA circles the wreath. 


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$1 - 1853-O

KM-073 - 1,67 g - 13mm

Mintage - 0,290M

This U.S.A. $1 coin was minted at the New Orleans Louisiana mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The reverse has the denomination 1 DOLLAR and the date 1853 within a wreath with the mintmark O for New Orleans below the wreath.  The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA circles the wreath. 


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$3 - 1854-D

KM-084 - 5,02 g - 20,5mm

Mintage - 1.120

This U.S.A. $3 coin was minted at the Dahlonega Georgia mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty with an Indian headdress encircled by the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.  The reverse has the denomination 3 DOLLARS and the date 1854 within a wreath and mintmark D below the wreath.   This is the only year that Dahlonega produced a $3 coin.


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$3 - 1854-O

KM-084 - 5,02 g - 20,5mm

Mintage -0,024M

This U.S.A. $3 coin was minted at the New Orleans Louisiana mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty with an Indian headdress encircled by the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.  The reverse has the denomination 3 DOLLARS and the date 1854 within a wreath and mintmark O beneath the wreath.   This is the only year that New Orleans produced a $3 coin.


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$1 - 1855

KM-086 - 1,67 g - 15mm

Mintage - 0,758M

This U.S.A. $1 coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty with an Indian headdress encircled by the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.  The reverse has the denomination 1 DOLLAR and the date 1855 within a wreath.   


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$20 - 1856 - S

KM-074.1 - 33,44 g - 34mm 

Mintage - 1.189.750

This $20 coin was minted at the San Francisco California mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1856 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination TWENTY D. is below the eagle. The mintmark S is below the eagle above the denomination.  The San Francisco mint started production in 1854.


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$3 - 1860 - S

KM-084 - 5,02 g - 20,5mm 

Mintage - 7.000

The obverse features a bust of Liberty with an Indian headdress.  The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA circles the bust.  The reverse has the denomination 3 DOLLARS and the date 1860 within a wreath. The S mintmark (for the San Francisco mint) is below the wreath.


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$1 - 1861

KM-086 - 1,67  g - 15mm

Mintage - 0,527M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty with an Indian headdress.  The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA circles the bust.  The reverse has the denomination 1 DOLLAR and the date 1861 within a wreath.  This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$5 - 1861 - D

KM-057 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 1.597

This $5 coin was minted at the Dahlonega Georgia mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1861 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. The mintmark D is below the eagle above the denomination.  Georgia seceded from the U.S.A. in February 1861 and a good number of these coins were minted under the auspices of independent State of Georgia and, after, under the control of Confederate States of America authorities.


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$20 - 1861 - O

KM-074.1 - 33,44 g - 34mm 

Mintage - 0,018M

This $20 coin was minted at the New Orleans Louisiana mint.  The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1861 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination TWENTY D. is below the eagle. The mintmark O is below the eagle above the denomination.  Louisiana seceded from the U.S.A. in January 1861 and a good number of these coins were minted under the auspices of independent State of Louisiana and, after, under the control of Confederate States of America authorities.


$20 -1865 - S

KM-A074.1 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 1,043M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1865 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination TWENTY D. is below the eagle. The mintmark S (for the San Francisco mint)  is below the eagle above the denomination. 


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$1 - 1868

KM-086 - 1,67  g - 15mm

Mintage - 0,011M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty with an Indian headdress.  The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA circles the bust.  The reverse has the denomination 1 DOLLAR and the date 1868 within a wreath.  This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$2.50 - 1870-S

KM-100 - 4,18 g  - 17mm

Mintage - 0,010M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1870 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the mintmark S below the eagle, with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around the perimeter. The denomination 2D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the San Francisco mint.


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$2.50 - 1874

KM-100 - 4,18 g  - 17mm

Mintage - 3.920

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1874 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around the perimeter. The denomination 2D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$3 - 1874

KM-084 - 5,02 g - 20,5mm 

Mintage - 41.800

The obverse features a bust of Liberty with an Indian headdress.  The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA circles the bust.  The reverse has the denomination 3 DOLLARS and the date 1874 within a wreath. The coin was minted in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.


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$20 - 1875 - CC

KM-074.2  - 33,44 g - 34mm 

Mintage - 0,111M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1875 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is IN GOD WE TRUST within stars and rays. The denomination TWENTY D. is below the eagle. The mintmark CC (for the Carson City Nevada mint)  is below the eagle above the denomination.


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$10 - 1878

KM-102 - 16,72 g - 27mm

Mintage - 0,224M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1878 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination TEN D. is below the eagle. There is no mintmark so the coin was minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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$5 - 1879 - S

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 0,426M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1879 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. The mintmark S (for San Francisco, California) is under the bough above the denomination.


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$10 - 1879 - S

KM-102 - 16,72 g - 27mm

Mintage - 0,224M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1879 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination TEN D. is below the eagle. The mintmark S (for San Francisco, California) is under the bough above the denomination.


US 1880 $5.JPG (47317 bytes)

$5 - 1880

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 3,166M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1880 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$5 - 1881

KM-101 - 8,36 g  - 21,6mm

Mintage - 5,709M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1881 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$10 - 1881

KM-102 - 16,72 g - 27mm

Mintage - 3,877M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1881 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination TEN D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$20 - 1882-S

KM-074.3 - 33,44 g - 34mm 

Mintage - 1,125M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1882 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination TWENTY DOLLARS is below the eagle with the S mintmark (for the San Francisco mint) below the eagle above the denomination. 


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$2 - 1883

KM-100 - 4,18 g  - 17mm

Mintage - 1.920

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1883 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 2D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


US 1884 $5.JPG (50136 bytes)

$5 - 1884

KM-101 - 8,36 g  - 21,6mm

Mintage - 0,191M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1884 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.

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$2 - 1886

KM-100 - 4,18 g  - 17mm

Mintage - 4.000

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1886 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 2 D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$2 - 1888

KM-100 - 4,18 g  - 17mm

Mintage - 16.001

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1888 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 2 D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$10 - 1888 - O

KM-102 - 16,72 g - 27mm

Mintage - 0,021M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1888 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination TEN D. is below the eagle. The mintmark O (for the New Orleans Louisiana mint)  is below the eagle above the denomination.  


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$2 - 1889

KM-100 - 4,18 g  - 17mm

Mintage - 17.600

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1889 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination 2 D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$2.50 - 1890

KM-100 - 4,18 g  - 17mm

Mintage - 8.720

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1890 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with  the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around the perimeter. The denomination 2D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$5 - 1892-CC

KM-101 - 8,36 g  - 21,6mm

Mintage - 0,191M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1892 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. The mintmark CC (for the Carson City Nevada mint)  is below the eagle above the denomination.  


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$5 - 1892-S

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 0,298M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1892 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. The mintmark S (for the San Francisco California mint)  is below the eagle above the denomination.  


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$10 - 1892

KM-102 - 16,72 g - 27mm

Mintage - 0,798M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1892 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination TEN D. is below the eagle above the denomination. This coin is the recut date variety (the "1" is cut high). 


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$10 - 1892-CC

KM-102 - 16,72 g - 27mm

Mintage - 0,040M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1892 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination TEN D. is below the eagle. The mintmark CC (for the Carson City Nevada mint)  is below the eagle above the denomination.  


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$5 - 1893

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 1,528M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1893 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This coin bears no mintmark so it was minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


US 1895 $5.JPG (48888 bytes)

$5 - 1895

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage -  1,346M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1895 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This coin bears no mintmark so it was minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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$2.50 - 1896

KM-100 - 4,18 g  - 17mm

Mintage - 0,019M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1896 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with  the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around the perimeter. The denomination 2D. is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint.


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$5 - 1899

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 1,711M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1899 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This coin bears no mintmark so it was minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


$20 - 1899

KM-074.3 - 33,44 g - 34mm 

Mintage - 1,669M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1899 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination TWENTY DOLLARS is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint. 


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$5 - 1900

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 1,406M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1900 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This coin bears no mintmark so it was minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


$20 - 1900

Fr-094 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 1,875M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1900 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination TWENTY DOLLARS is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint. 


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$5 - 1901

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 09,616M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1901 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This coin bears no mintmark so it was minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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$5 - 1903 - S

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 1,855M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1903 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This mintmark S (for the San Francisco, California mint) is located below the bough above the denomination.


$20 - 1904

KM-074.3 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 6,257M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1904 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination TWENTY DOLLARS is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint. 


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$5 - 1905

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 0,302M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1905 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. This coin bears no mintmark so it was minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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$20 - 1905 - S

KM-074.3 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 0,881M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1905 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The mintmark S (for the San Francisco, California mint) and the denomination TWENTY DOLLARS are below the eagle's tail feathers.

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$5 - 1906 - D

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 0,320M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1906 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. The mintmark D (for the Denver, Colorado mint) is located below the bough above the denomination.  This was the first gold coin minted in Denver.


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$10 - 1906 - D

KM-102 - 8,36 g - 27mm

Mintage - 0,981M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1906 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. The mintmark D (for the Denver, Colorado mint) is located below the bough above the denomination.  This was the first gold coin minted in Denver.


US 1906S $20.JPG (108284 bytes)

$20 - 1906 - S

KM-074.3 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 2,066M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1906 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The mintmark S (for the San Francisco, California mint) and the denomination TWENTY DOLLARS are below the eagle's tail feathers.


US 1907D $5.JPG (49270 bytes)

$5 - 1907 - D

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm 

Mintage - 0,888M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1907 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST. The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle. The mintmark D (for the Denver, Colorado mint) is located below the bough above the denomination.


$20 - 1907

KM-074.3 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 1,452M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1907 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination TWENTY DOLLARS is below the eagle. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia mint. This is the last date issued of this type of $20 coin.


$20 - 1907 - S

KM-074.3 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 2,165M 

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1907 is below the bust.  The reverse has a heraldic eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The denomination TWENTY DOLLARS is below the eagle. The mintmark S (for the San Francisco California mint is below the eagle. This is the last date issued of this type of $20 coin.


$20 - 1907

KM-127 - 33,44 g - 34mm 

Mintage - 0,362M

This is an example of the St. Gaudens $20 gold coin introduced in 1907.  The obverse has a standing liberty figure with a rising sun behind and, at the left, the U.S.A. Capitol Building.  The date 1907 is to the lower right and under the date is an AS monogram for the designer. The reverse has a beautiful in-flight eagle. Above is the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the denomination TWENTY DOLLARS. This is the Type 1 without IN GOD WE TRUST.


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$5 - 1908

KM-101 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm 

Mintage - 0,422M

The obverse features a bust of Liberty encircled by 13 stars.  The date 1908 is below the bust.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. At the top is a ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST.The denomination FIVE D. is below the eagle.  This is the last date issued of this type of $5 coin.


$5 - 1911

KM-129 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 0,915M

This Indian $5 gold piece was introduced in 1908.  This was the first time the U.S.A. issued a coin with an incuse rather than relief imagery. The Indian's bust is flanked by six stars on the left and seven stars on the right. At the top is LIBERTY and at the bottom is the date 1911 with the designer's initials BLP above the date.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM to the left and IN GOD WE TRUST to the right. The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is above the eagle and the denomination FIVE DOLLARS is below the eagle.


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$5 - 1911-S

KM-129 - 8,36 g - 21,6mm

Mintage - 1,416M

This Indian $5 gold piece was introduced in 1908.  This was the first time the U.S.A. issued a coin with an incuse rather than relief imagery. The Indian's bust is flanked by six stars on the left and seven stars on the right. At the top is LIBERTY and at the bottom is the date 1911 with the designer's initials BLP above the date.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM to the left and IN GOD WE TRUST to the right. The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is above the eagle and the denomination FIVE DOLLARS is below the eagle. The S mintmark is below the left side of the ground the eagle stands on. It appears to be an inverted mintmark.


$20 - 1913

KM-131 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 0,168M

The obverse has a standing liberty figure with a rising sun behind and, at the left, the U.S.A. Capitol Building.  The date 1913 is to the lower right and under the date is an AS monogram for the designer. The reverse has a beautiful in-flight eagle. Above is the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the denomination TWENTY DOLLARS.  This is the Type 2 with IN GOD WE TRUST.


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$20 - 1914-D

KM-131 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 0,453M

The obverse has a standing liberty figure with a rising sun behind and, at the left, the U.S.A. Capitol Building.  The date 1914 is to the lower right. Above the date is the D mintmark for Denver and under the date is an AS monogram for the designer. The reverse has a beautiful in-flight eagle. Above is the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the denomination TWENTY DOLLARS.


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$20 - 1916-S

KM-131 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 0,796M

The obverse has a standing liberty figure with a rising sun behind and, at the left, the U.S.A. Capitol Building.  The date 1916 is to the lower right. Above the date is the S mintmark for San Francisco and under the date is an AS monogram for the designer. The reverse has a beautiful in-flight eagle. Above is the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the denomination TWENTY DOLLARS.


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$1 - 1922

Fr-020 - 1,67 g - 15mm

Mintage - 5.016

This is a commemorative $1 coin issued in honor of Ulysses S. Grant. Grant's bust is featured on the obverse with his name on both sides of the bust. The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is above the bust.  Immediately below the bust are the dates 1822 and 1922 and below that the denomination ONE DOLLAR.  The reverse has the birthplace of Grant with the mottos N GOD WE TRUST and the top and E PLURIBUS UNUM to the left.


$20 - 1924

KM-131 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 4,324M 

The obverse has a standing liberty figure with a rising sun behind and, at the left, the U.S.A. Capitol Building.  The date 1924 is to the lower right and under the date is an AS monogram for the designer. The reverse has a beautiful in-flight eagle. Above is the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the denomination TWENTY DOLLARS.


$20 - 1925

KM-131 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 2,832M 

The obverse has a standing liberty figure with a rising sun behind and, at the left, the U.S.A. Capitol Building.  The date 1925 is to the lower right and under the date is an AS monogram for the designer. The reverse has a beautiful in-flight eagle. Above is the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the denomination TWENTY DOLLARS.


$2 - 1926

Fr-040 - 4,18 g - 18mm  

Mintage - 0,046M

This coin was issued to commemorate the nations Sesquicentennial of Independence.  The obverse has a depiction of a standing liberty with the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA on the outer top half .  The dates 1776 and 1926 flank the figure. LIBERTY is below this. The reverse features Independence Hall in Philadelphia with SESQUICENTENNIAL OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE circled at the top.  The denomination 2 DOLLARS is below the building.


$2 - 1927

KM-128 -  4,18 g - 18mm

Mintage - 0.388M

This Indian $2 gold piece was introduced in 1908.  This like the Indian $5 coin is incuse. The Indian's bust is flanked by six stars on the left and seven stars on the right. At the top is LIBERTY and at the bottom is the date 1927 with the designer's initials BLP above the date.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM to the left and IN GOD WE TRUST to the right. The nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is above the eagle and the denomination 2 DOLLARS is below the eagle.


$20 - 1927

KM-131 - 33,44 g - 34mm

Mintage - 2,947M 

The obverse has a standing liberty figure with a rising sun behind and, at the left, the U.S.A. Capitol Building.  The date 1927 is to the lower right and under the date is an AS monogram for the designer. The reverse has a beautiful in-flight eagle. Above is the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the denomination TWENTY DOLLARS.


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$10 - 1932

KM-130 - 16,72 g - 27 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 4,463M

The obverse has a figure of an Indian maiden encircled by stars at the top with the date 1932 at the bottom.  The reverse has a standing eagle with the national motto E PLURIBVS VNVM above the eagle's back and the legend IN GOD WE TRVST below the eagle's breast. Above is the nation's name UNITED STATES OF AMERICA with the denomination TEN DOLLARS below the eagle.


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$10 - 1984-D

KM-211 - 16,72 g - 27 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 34.533

This NCLT "coin" was issued to commemorate the 1984 Summer Olympics held in Los Angeles, California. The obverse has a figure of runners bearing the Olympic Torch with the Olympic Rings symbol to the left and the motto IN GOD WE TRUST to the right. LIBERTY is at the top, the date 1984 and mintmark D (for the Denver Colorado mint) are at the lower right. The exergue has OLYMPIAD XXIII. The reverse has the national arms with UNITED STATES OF AMERICA at the top and the denomination TEN DOLLARS at the bottom. This is the only coin minted in Proof at the Denver Mint.


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$5 - 1986-W

KM-215 - 8,36 g - 22,5 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,095M

This NCLT "coin" was issued to commemorate the erection of the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbour. The obverse has a figure of the face of Liberty with the data 1986 and LIBERTY to the right and the mintmark W for the West Point New York Mint at the bottom. The reverse has an eagle in flight alighting with the national motto E PLURIBUS UNUM to the left and IN GOD WE TRUST to the right. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is at the top and the denomination FIVE DOLLARS is at the bottom.


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$5 - 1987-W

KM-221 - 8,36 g - 22,5 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,214M

This NCLT "coin" was issued to commemorate the ratification of the U.S. Constitution in 1787. The obverse has a figure of a stylized eagle holding pen with LIBERTY to the left and the date 1987 at the bottom. The reverse has a large quill pen with the preamle's words WE THE PEOPLE. The date of ratification SEPT. 17 1787 is the left with the national motto E PLURIBUS UNUM to the right. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is at the top and the denomination FIVE DOLLARS is at the bottom with BICENTENNIAL OF THE CONSTITUTION below the date. The mintmark W for the West Point New York mint is at the lower right..


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$5 - 2006-S

KM-395 - 8,36 g - 22,5 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,017M

This NCLT "coin" was issued to commemorate the Centennial of the 1906 Earthquake and Fire in San Francisco California. The obverse pictures the Mint known as the 'Granite Lady" with the dates 1906 and 2006 with the national mottos LIBERTY and E PLURIBUS UNUM and the event SAN FRANCISCO Earthquake and Fire Centennial.  The reverse is the same as the Liberty Head gold half eagles minted at San Francisco from 1866 to 1906. 


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$5 - 2007-W

KM-406 - 8,36 g - 22,5 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,046M

This NCLT "coin" was issued to commemorate the quadra centennial of the founding of the first British colony in 1607 at Jamestown Virginia. The obverse pictures the ruins of the Jamestown Memorial Church with E PLURIBUS UNUM.  The reverse pictures Captain John Smith and  an Algonquin Indian. The coin was minted at the West Point New York Mint.


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$10 - 2007-W

"First Spouse" - Jefferson

KM-409 - 15,55 g - 27 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,020M

This NCLT "coin" was one of a series of "First Spouse" coins minted to honour the wives of US President's.  This is to honor the third US president's wife but as Mr. Thomas Jefferson was a widower at the time of his presidency, an allegorical figure was used. The image of Lady Liberty as used on US coinage during Jefferson's presidency is used in lieu of a wife. The reverse pictures Jefferson's tombstone at his home Monticello near Charlottesville Virginia.


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$25  - 2007-W

Platinum Eagle

KM-415 - 7,79 g - 22 mm

Mintage - 6,017

This NCLT "coin" was one of a series of of fractionalo platinum eagles. RThis one is the Troy Ounce version. The obverse has an image of the Statue of Liberty with the legend LIBERTY , the date 2007 and the national motto IN GOD WE TRUST.. The reverse has a stylized image of an eagle with the nation's name, the tiness smd eright, and the denomination.. 


 

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$20 - 2009-W

Ultra High Relief

KM-464 - 33,43 g - 27 mm

Edge - W PLURIBUS UNUM

Mintage - 0,115M

This NCLT "coin" was struck to honor the ultra high relief Saint-Gaudens $20 pattern coin of 1907. The coin was struck on the $10 size planchet but double thick.


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$50 - 2012-W

KM-393 - 31,11 g - 32 mm

Mintage - 

This NCLT Bison reverse proof "coin" is issued anually as gold bullion coinage. Reverse proof has te fields frosted and the devices brilliant. This series is a replica of the "buffalo Nickel" issued from 1913 to 1938. The obverse has the iage of an American Indian. The reverse has a standing bison. 


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$5 - 2014

KM-216 - 3.94 g - 16,5 mm

Mintage - 

This NCLT "coin" is issued annually as gold bullion coinage. The obverse has an advancing Liberty. The reverse has an eagle approaging its eaglets in a nest. This $5  piece has 1/10 Troy Ounce of gold. 


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$10 - 2014

KM-217 - 8,48 g - 22 mm

Mintage - 

This NCLT "coin" is issued annually as gold bullion coinage. The obverse has an advancing Liberty. The reverse has an eagle approaging its eaglets in a nest. This $5  piece has 1/4 Troy Ounce of gold. 


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$25 - 2014

KM-218 - 16,96 g - 27 mm

Mintage - 

This NCLT "coin" is issued annually as gold bullion coinage. The obverse has an advancing Liberty. The reverse has an eagle approaging its eaglets in a nest. This $5  piece has 1/2 Troy Ounce of gold. 


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$50 - 2014

KM-219 - 33,93 g - 32.7 mm

Mintage - 

This NCLT "coin" is issued annually as gold bullion coinage. The obverse has an advancing Liberty. The reverse has an eagle approaging its eaglets in a nest. This $5  piece has 1 Troy Ounce of gold. 


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10c - 2016-W

KM-??? - 3,39 g - 16.5 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,125M

This NCLT "coin" was issued to commemorate the centennial of the issuance of the winged Liberty ten cent piece or dime.


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25c - 2016-W

KM-??? - 7.78 g - 22 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,100M

This NCLT "coin" was issued to commemorate the centennial of the issuance of the stamding Liberty twenty-five cent piece or quarter.


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50c - 2016-W

KM-??? - 15,55 g - 27 mm

Edge - Reeded

Mintage - 0,070M

This NCLT "coin" was issued to commemorate the centennial of the issuance of the walking Liberty fifty cent piece or half dollar


 

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