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Find Silver Half Dollars

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How to Find Silver Half Dollars. Many coin collectors know that half-dollars are the best place to look for silver coins. Unfortunately, in recent years, with silver price hikes and the popularity of coin collecting, many have been picked...

Silver dollar known as "The King of Coins" has sold for more than $3.8 million. Greg Rohan, president of Heritage Auctions of Dallas, says the coin, which is dated 1804, was actually made in 1834 or 1835 and is one of only eight known of its kind. He says it was made on behalf of President Andrew Jackson and intended be given as a diplomatic gift during trade missions to Asia and the Middle East. The coin was valued at $3 million prior to auction, Friday, Aug. 9, 2013.

Silver dollar known as "The King of Coins" has sold for more than $3.8 million. Greg Rohan, president of Heritage Auctions of Dallas, says the coin, which is dated 1804, was actually made in 1834 or 1835 and is one of only eight known of its kind. He says it was made on behalf of President Andrew Jackson and intended be given as a diplomatic gift during trade missions to Asia and the Middle East. The coin was valued at $3 million prior to auction, Friday, Aug. 9, 2013.

Rare Expensive coins | ... Certified Rare Coins | Coin Values | David Lawrence Rare Coins Dealer

Rare Expensive coins | ... Certified Rare Coins | Coin Values | David Lawrence Rare Coins Dealer

The rare Demareteion (decadrachm) of Syracuse, Sicily c. 480-479 BC Demareteion is the name given in antiquity to a coin of Syracuse. The early Syracusan decadrachm was named the Demareteion because it was thought to have been struck from the proceeds of a gift of one hundred talents of gold made by the defeated Carthaginians to Demarete, the wife of the tyrant Gelon of Syracuse. However, this theory was later overturned. The dies of the decadrachms and the related tetradrachms, are by the…

The rare Demareteion (decadrachm) of Syracuse, Sicily c. 480-479 BC Demareteion is the name given in antiquity to a coin of Syracuse. The early Syracusan decadrachm was named the Demareteion because it was thought to have been struck from the proceeds of a gift of one hundred talents of gold made by the defeated Carthaginians to Demarete, the wife of the tyrant Gelon of Syracuse. However, this theory was later overturned. The dies of the decadrachms and the related tetradrachms, are by the…

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