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2017 5 oz Silver ATB Ozark National Scenic Riverways, MO

Part of a multi-year initiative to honor 56 national parks, and other national sites in each state, D.C., and U.S. territories: the America the Beautiful Quarters Program adds a unique investment opportunity for collectors.

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$173.15 /ea

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Austrian Gold 100 Coronas - Common Date

Since the magnificent Austrian 100 Corona is no longer produced, it is amongst the lowest- premium gold bullion coins available and hence serve as great options for investors interested in 'cheap-premium' gold.

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1 or more $1,324.87 $1,377.86

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1 oz Silver Round - Seated Liberty Design

The 1 oz Seated Liberty silver round is produced by the Highland Mint in Florida. Seated Liberty was designed by Christian Gobrecht in 1839 for a silver dollar that would come to be known as the Gobrecht Dollar because his name was prominently placed at the base of the rock on which Lady Liberty sits.

$18.28 /ea

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1994-P 1 oz Proof Silver American Eagle (w/Box & COA)

As low as $160.00/ea

$140.00 /ea

The Proof American Silver Eagle is a practical purchase for every investor. Proof Silver Eagle coins feature the beloved Silver Eagle design in an even more beautiful finish with the same U.S. government guarantee. 

$160.00 /ea

$140.00 /ea

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$20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle VF (Random Year)

A close friend of President Roosevelt, the famed sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, was chosen to revive the Double Eagle's traditional design, which had not been changed since the coins inception in 1849. You'll own a piece of history with the $20 Augustus Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle.

$1,404.53 /ea

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2018 Silver American Eagle MS-70 PCGS (First Strike)

As low as $43.99/ea

$38.50 /ea

One of the most recognizable forms of precious metals investment, the 2018 1 oz Silver American Eagle graded by the trusted Professional Coin Grading Service as MS70, continues the legacy set by the first coin released over 30 years ago. A great way to add tangible assets to your investments or collection, the 2018 Silver Eagle is a great way to start the New Year!

 

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$38.50 /ea

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1/4 oz Gold American Eagle - Common Date

The American Gold Eagle coin is considered legal tender in the United States with a face value of $10. Considered as one of the freest trading gold coins in the world today, it is fully guaranteed by the United States government.

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1 - 19 $371.79 $386.66

20 - 39 $370.90 $385.74

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1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf - Common Date .999 Fine

Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint from 1979 to November 1982 the .999 Fine Gold Canadian Maple Leaf introduced one of the fineness gold bullion coins to the world. Having a fineness of .999 this is a great investment while paying less of a premium on this great coin.

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1 - 9 $1,376.48 $1,431.54

10 - 19 $1,373.80 $1,428.75

20 or more $1,371.12 $1,425.96

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40% Silver Coins $1.00 Face Value - Kennedy Half-Dollars

The Kennedy Half Dollar was put into production as soon as possible following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. After an intense period when the coins were hoarded or melted on a large scale, the U.S. Mint reduced the silver content to 40%. These coins offer a fantastic way to own silver at a super-low premium.

$5.36 /ea

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90% Silver Coins $1.00 Face Value - Mercury Dime

The Mercury Dime was struck from 1916 to 1945 is a ten cent silver coin which was designed by Adolph Weinman. The coin is also referred to as the Winged Liberty head dime and is often confused with the Roman god Mercury because of the image of a young Liberty wearing a winged Phrygian cap.

$16.98 /ea

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