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Morgan Silver Dollar

The Morgan silver dollar is the Cadillac of US coin collecting, it is one of the most popular types of US coins, and is known to people even outside of the coin collecting world. The Morgan dollar was minted from 1878 to 1904, and in 1921 right before the dollar coin...

Holy Coins

People love putting holes in coins. Some countries designed their coins with holes in the center, France is one of the countries that produced a lot of holed coins for their colonies. But, why did people take coins and put holes in them? In this blog I’ll try to...

My Two Cents

The US mint has produced some odd denominations that are no longer in circulation. These coins are the $1 gold coin, 20 cent coin, half-dime, three-cent nickel, three-cent silver, two-cent coin and the half-cent coin. There are other coins that are no longer in...

1916 US Coins

1916 was an unusual year in the history of U.S. silver coins. That year the US Mint released three newly designed coins; the silver Mercury Dime, the silver Standing Liberty Quarter, the silver Walking Liberty Half Dollar. Usually the redesign of a coin corresponds...

Morgan Dollars

Morgan Dollars have long been considered the most beautiful coin the US Mint has made, but would you be surprised if I told you they didn’t start off with much fanfare in 1878? In fact, the Morgan Dollar was almost universally hated right before the turn of the 20th...

What Coins Should I Look For In My Pocket Change?

What coins should you be looking for in your pocket change? That is a very good question and I will give you as complete of an answer as possible without writing a novel. You will look for gold coins, silver coins, copper coins, error coins and low mintage coins. At...

Carson City GSA Dollars

Carson City Silver Dollars are some of the most popular coins to collect. Collectors love the look of silver and the Carson City Dollars were only minted for a little over a decade. In the 1960′s the government decided to stop the exchange of silver certificates for...

National Bank Notes

National Bank Notes tell a great story. They helped transition the United States from the wild west of obsolete bank notes to the unified Federal Reserve Notes. Before national bank notes, towns had any number of banks issuing currency. Each bank would not only have a...

Utica National Bank Note

Here’s an example of a 1929 $50 Utica National Bank Note, the Charter Number is 7596. Back in 1929 $50 was quite a bit of money. You could have bought a $20 Liberty Gold Coin, a $20 St. Gaudens Gold Coin and a $10 Liberty Gold coin! Those three gold coins have...