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Rare Coins, Numismatics

July Coin Promo For every 20 $10 Liberty MS 63 Gold Coins, receive 1 for free! Plus Free Shipping and a Precious Metals Gift Card.

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The Austrian Philharmonics Gold Coins are struck in 99.99% solid gold. The musical instruments appearing on each gold coin honor the world-famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

China Panda #Gold #Coin. The Chinese Gold Panda coin and the Chinese Silver Panda coin are among the most popular precious metal bullion coins on the market today.The Gold Panda's obverse is the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. The Gold Panda coin's reverse varies year to year with diverse cute #Pandas.

French 20 Franc #Coin. The obverse of this gorgeous coin features the profile of France's "Lady Liberty," a symbol of the nation's Third Republic, which spanned from 1870 when Napoleon III was defeated in the Franco-Prussian War until World War II.

#Gold Krugerrand #Coin. The Krugerrand, first minted in 1970 is the original one ounce gold bullion coin. This 22 karat gold coin is alloyed with copper to give it an unmatched measure of durability.

Beautiful #coin

Walking Liberty 1/2 Dollar Silver #Coin. Many investors consider this motif to be the most beautiful ever struck.

HALF EAGLE 1834-1838 Classic Head #Coin.

1861 Philadelphia Mint "Paquet Reverse" Liberty Double Eagle #Gold #Coin.

DIME 1946-1964 ROOSEVELT #Coin.

Reverse of 2010 "America the Beautiful" United States quarter dollar coin, depicting Mount Hood National Forest. Available now at Lear with IRA Eligibility. Call (800) 783-1407 for more info or visit www.learcapital.c...

Reverse of 2011 "America the Beautiful" United States quarter dollar #coin, depicting Gettysburg National Military Park. Available now at Lear with IRA Eligibility. Call (800) 783-1407 for more info or visit www.learcapital.c...

Reverse of 2011 "America the Beautiful" United States quarter dollar coin, depicting Glacier National Park. Available now at Lear with IRA Eligibility. Call (800) 783-1407 for more info or visit www.learcapital.c...

Reverse of 2010 "America the Beautiful" United States quarter dollar coin, depicting Grand Canyon National Park. Available now at Lear with IRA Eligibility. Call (800) 783-1407 for more info or visit www.learcapital.c...

Reverse of 2010 "America the Beautiful" United States quarter dollar #coin, depicting Yellowstone National Park. Available now at Lear with IRA Eligibility. Call (800) 783-1407 for more info or visit www.learcapital.c...

Reverse of 2012 America the Beautiful United States quarter dollar #coin, depicting Acadia National Park. Available now at Lear with IRA Eligibility. Call (800) 783-1407 for more info or visit www.learcapital.c...

Reverse of 2011 America the Beautiful United States quarter dollar #coin, depicting the Vicksburg National Military Park. Available now at Lear with IRA Eligibility. Call (800) 783-1407 for more info or visit www.learcapital.c...

America The Beautiful Quarter Coin. Do you like travel? Are you a National Park Explorer? This time you will become a #coin collector! Available now at Lear with IRA Eligibility. Call (800) 783-1407 for more info or visit www.learcapital.c...

1856-1858 Flying Eagle #Coin. In 1856, only a partial issue of 600 Flying Eagle Cents was produced and distributed to influential people. The purpose was to secure approval for the design. Word of the minimal striking spread and the 600 initial coins struck were soon selling for 2 dollars for each. That's 200 times face value. Quite astonishing for a new issue coin of the day.

1839-1857 Braided Hair #Coin. It became obvious at this time that the days of the Half Cent were numbered as more than 70 million of these coins were struck during this period. Imagine that at some time during our history, people were saying, "a half cent just doesn't go very far these days." In fact, by the end of this era, the Mint contemplated replacing the large cumbersome Cent with a smaller coin. The Flying Eagle coin was subsequently introduced.

By this time, mint officials realized the need to have Cents circulating through a growing economy, was tremendous. The so-called Matron Head copper was produced in several variations from 1816 through 1837 (plus 1839/6). Miss Liberty is restyled and now sports a more serious look. Because of the massive number of these coins produced, you may want to hold out for the Uncirculated addition to your collection.

10-dollar Indian Gold #Coin. The half eagle of the 1813-1834 design type is one of the highlights of a type set of early American gold coins. Available at Lear Capital. Call for Pricing (800)783-1407.