United States Coins

United States coins have been circulating for over 227 years since the first official coins were struck after the Mint Act of 1792 was signed by George Washington. Rare American coins are among the most popular and widely collected coins in the world. The story of America is told through each coin’s design over the decades, with each denomination representing a moment in time in U.S. history and economics. Every coin holds a story of its time and history, as a tangible piece of monetary art, proudly displaying its legacy and beauty, forever sealed in precious metals. U.S. coinage shares the American story, from early commerce to today’s complex financial systems. American coins tell stories about the social and economic issues prominent in the times in which they were minted. When you hold a coin, you’re holding history in your hands. Keep reading to learn more about United States coinage and browse our extensive U.S product selection!

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  1. 2020 $1 1-oz Silver Eagle BU

    $29.26
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    • 5 - 9 $29.10 N/A
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  2. 2020 $1 1-oz Silver Eagle PCGS MS70 First Strike w/Flag Label

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    • 1 - 4 $55.95 $54.30
    • 5 - 9 $54.50 $52.89
    • 10 - 19 $52.95 $51.39
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  3. Morgan Design 1-oz Silver Bar

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  4. 2020-S United States Proof Set w/ 2020-W Jefferson Nickel Proof

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    • 1+ $44.95 $43.62
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  5. 2020-S U.S. Silver Proof Set w/ 2020-W Reverse Proof Jefferson Nickel

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    • 1+ $99.95 $97.00
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  6. 1921-P Morgan Silver Dollar XF

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    • 1 - 4 $34.95 $33.92
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  7. 2020 $1 1-oz American Silver Eagle BU Graduation Card

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  8. 2020(P) $1 1-oz Silver Eagle Struck At Philadelphia Emergency Production NGC MS69 First Day of Issue w/Eagle Label

    $89.00
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  9. 2020 $1 1-oz Silver Eagle PCGS MS70

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    • 1+ $41.25 $40.03
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  10. 2020 $5 1/10-oz Gold American Eagle BU

    $291.50
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    • 1 - 9 $291.50 N/A
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  11. Random Date $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU

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    • 1+ $27.65 $26.83
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  12. 2020(P) $1 1-oz Silver Eagle Struck At Philadelphia Emergency Production NGC MS69 w/Brown Label

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  13. 2019-S United States Proof Set

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    • 1+ $39.95 $38.77
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  14. 2020 $1 1-oz Silver Eagle NGC MS69 w/Brown Label

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    • 1+ $31.45 $30.52
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  15. 2020 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU w/Black Ruthenium & Rose Gold

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    • 1+ $69.95 $67.89
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  16. 2020 $1 1-oz Silver Eagle BU 20-Coin Roll

    $577.00
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  17. 2020 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU Gilded in 24 Karat Gold

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  18. 1909 One Cent Lincoln VDB XF

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    • 1+ $19.95 $19.36
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  19. 1909-1958 Wheat Pennies G/BU 1 Troy Pound Bag

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  20. 2020 U.S. Mint Birth Set

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  21. 2020 1-oz Silver Donald Trump Acquittal Medal

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    • 1 - 4 $49.95 $48.48
    • 5 + $47.95 $46.54
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  22. Sons of Liberty 2-oz Silver Round

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  23. 1925 Stone Mountain Memorial Commemorative Silver Half Dollar AU

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    • 1+ $99.95 $97.00
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  24. 2020 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU w/Black Ruthenium & 24 Karat Gold

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    • 1+ $69.95 $67.89
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History of U.S Coinage

The official currency of the U.S. is the American dollar as outlined in the Mint Act of 1792. For most practical purposes, the U.S. dollar is divided into 100 smaller cent units, over multiple denominations from the penny to the dollar. The Mint Coinage Act of 1792 authorized production of ten different coin denominations. Gold coins included the Eagle with a face value of $10, the Half Eagle at $5, and the Quarter Eagle at $2.50. Silver denominations included the $1 Dollar, .50₵ Half Dollar, .25₵ Quarter, .10₵ Dime, and .5₵ Half Dime (which later became the Nickel). At the lower end of the U.S. coin scale was copper coinage, which included the .01₵ Cent (known as the Penney today) and the .005₵ Half Cent (which ended in 1857).

Modern U.S Coinage

Today, the U.S. Mint strikes a wide variety of coinage in Copper, Nickel, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Palladium. Some coins are minted for general circulation, while other special coins are minted just for collectors. Popular U.S. coins include the Gold American Eagle, American Buffalo, American Silver Eagle, Proof Sets and Commemorative Coins.

Rare U.S Coins

There are many different denominations, coin types, and dates that qualify as rare U.S. coins and a variety of ways in which to collect them. Rare U.S. coins span a 141 year period from the start of the U.S. Mint to the Gold Recall Act, which was signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 and made it illegal to own gold, except for rare and collectible coins. American coins are some of the most collectible in the world and there are many U.S. rare coins available for any budget.