$$$$$ Collectors Dream, * Rare Set * $$$$$$
a Real USA(Two dollar bill,)
Features the Signing of
The Declaration Of Independence in 1776
Today, they are rarely seen in circulation, and as a result, the production of the note is the lowest of all U.S. paper money printed. Under 1% of all notesever produced are $2 bills. This comparative scarcity in circulation, coupled with a lack of public awareness
that the bill is so collectable.
The rarity of a $2 bill can be attributed to its low printing numbers that sharply dropped beginning in the late 1950's .
US.MINT (Gold Dollar)
with President from the 1800's- 1900's
(Susan B. Anthony Eagle Dollar) over 30 years old, United States coin mintedin 1979, 80 , and 81, the coin design was intended to honor Susan B. Anthony, a pioneer in women's rights. The reverse depicts an eagle flying above the moon (with the Earth in the background), a design adapted from the Apollo 11 mission insignia that was also present on the previously issued Eisenhower Dollar. It was one of thesmallest dollarcoins ever madein American history.
The Susan B. Anthony Dollar was designed by the Chief Sculptor-Engraver of the US Mint, Frank Gasparro (who also designed the Lincoln Memorial reverse of the Lincoln Cent (1959 thru 2008); the reverse of the Kennedy Half Dollar; and the Eisenhower Dollar coin. In fact, the reverse of the Susan B. Anthony dollar is a copy of the reverse of the Eisenhower Dollar (borrowed from the insignia of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing mission).
This rare coin was minted foronly a few short years.
They havealways beenin high demand from collectors.
and(100 Half Dollars)
KENNEDY HALF DOLLARS ~
DATES WILL INCLUDE COINS ALMOST 50 YEARS OLD.
ALL WITH A NICE SILVER SHINE.
In really goodcondition ,
dates + mint marks may vary.
Some of The GOLDDOLLARS COINS
FROM THE PHILADELPHIA MINT
2011 JAMES A. GARFIELD (P)
20 th IN THE COLLECTOR SERIES
FROM A Sealed ROLL NEVER BEEN CIRCULATED
On February 15, 2007, the United States Mint released the new George Washington $1 coin, the first in a series of $1 coins honoring former United States Presidents. Modeled after the United States Mint's successful 50 State Quarters Program, the Presidential $1 Coin Program will feature systematically rotating designs of former United States Presidents. The George Washington $1 coin marks the first of four Presidential $1 Coins to be released in 2007, with John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison to roll out later in 2007.This coin, the 20 th in the Presidential $1 CoinCollector setsand the fourth issued in 2011, honors President James A. Garfield.
Try to not touch the Mint Gold Dollar,
& it will never loose it'sbrilliant shine.
Oils on your skin will make coins not look new if you hold them.
Buy 2 sets andI will add Extra Coins in FREEso you get abetter deal.
BELOW is moredetails on 1/2 Dollars ,
no otherinfo about this sale .
The Kennedy Half Dollar was introduced in 1964, prematurely putting an end to the prior Franklin Half series. The coin was created as a way to memorialize President John F. Kennedy who had been assassinated in the prior year. The series was immediately popular with the public, and remains popular with coin collectors today.
The obverse of the coin was designed by Gilroy Roberts based on existing models used for Kennedy's Presidential Medal. It features Kennedy facing left, with "Liberty" above, the date below, and "In God We Trust" split by the truncation of the neck. The reverse features the Presidential Seal, as designed by Frank Gasparro. A heraldic eagle is surrounded by fifty stars with "United States of America" above and "Half Dollar" below.
The Kennedy Half Dollar was minted for circulation each year from 1964 to 2001, except for the years 1970 and 1987 when coins were only produced for inclusion in the annual Mint Sets. From 2002 to present, circulation strike Kennedy Halves have been produced in limited quantities not issued for circulation, but made available to collectors through numismatic bags and rolls. The lowest mintage issues are the 2008-P and 2008-D circulation strike coins, with 1.7 million produced for each.
Kennedy Half Dollars underwent a number of compositional changes during the course of the series. The first coins issued in 1964 were struck in 90% silver, as were the quarter dollars and dimes struck for that year. In 1965 the silver content was completely removed from the quarter and dime, but reduced to 40% for the half dollar. This 40% silver composition was used for Kennedy Halves struck from 1965 to 1970. In subsequent years, there were Kennedy Half Dollars minted with silver content, but these were for special collector sets. The first instance was the 1976-S Uncirculated and Proof Kennedy Half Dollars struck in 40% silver for inclusion in 3 coin Bicentennial Coin Sets. Starting in 1992, the US Mint began issuing a Silver Proof Set. These sets contained the quarter, dime, and half dollar struck in 90% silver. When the Robert F. Kennedy Commemorative Silver Dollar was released in 1998, the US Mint produced a special 1998-S matte proof Kennedy Half Dollar struck in 90% silver for inclusion in a Kennedy Collector's Set.
Dates: 1964 - present
Mint: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco (proof only)
Weight: 12.50 g (1964, 1992-present silver proof), 11.50 g (1965-1970), 11.34 grams (1971-present)
Composition: 90% silver, 10% copper (1964, 1992-present silver proof)
40% silver, 60% copper (1965-1970),
Diameter: 30.6 mm Edge: Reeded
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