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An incredible Choice Uncirculated specimen and one of the finest known! Let's turn back the clock to the beginning of our nation. When George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams were running things, it was a quite a bit different than it is today. As far as national finance, our Founding Fathers believed in sound money. They were gold and silver guys! And coining a nation's money was (is) a supreme act of sovereignty. Our first silver coins were struck in 1794, our first gold coins in 1795. The early silver dollars were only struck between 1794 and 1803, then not again until 1840. For the first silver dollars, there are three...



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Velvet Tray December 2015

05-24-2016
copper coin prices have held up much better than many other areas of the coin market during the past 18 months minor downturn (which was basically gold and silver price driven). This is probably due to the supply problem for these great, historically important coins. Early copper, both large cents and half cents, are really hard to find in top quality, problem-free condition. Demand is great for all grades of early copper and we especially like full Red, Red & Brown, and Brown Gem quality (MS65 or better) coins. But nice VF and EF 1793 Chain cents, Wreath cents and half cents are...(read more)

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