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Last Modified:  5/16/2021


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View Coin   UNITED STATES 5C 2004 S KEELBOAT PCGS PF 69 UC This Jefferson Nickel five-cent coin is from 2004 struck by San Francisco Mint, United States. In 2004 and 2005, the U.S. Mint commemorated the bicentennials of the Lewis and Clark expedition with the Westward Journey Nickel Series. The Keelboat Nickel is the second of four coins in the series.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 25C 2007 S CLAD IDAHO PCGS PF 69 UC This Washington quarter coin is from 2007 featuring Idaho State at the reverse struck by San Francisco Mint, United States under 50 State Quarters Program. Launched in 1999, the United States Mint’s 50 State Quarters Program was a 10-year initiative that honored each of the nation’s states in the order that they ratified the Constitution or were admitted into the Union. Each quarter was produced for about 10 weeks and will never be produced again. State designs are displayed on the reverse (tails) of the quarters, while the obverse design displays the familiar image of George Washington. But, to accommodate state designs on the reverse, the words “United States of America,” “Quarter Dollar,” “Liberty,” and “In God We Trust” all appear on the obverse.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 25C 2005 S CLAD KANSAS PCGS PF 69 UC This Washington quarter coin is from 2005 featuring Kansas State at the reverse struck by San Francisco Mint, United States under 50 State Quarters Program. Launched in 1999, the United States Mint’s 50 State Quarters Program was a 10-year initiative that honored each of the nation’s states in the order that they ratified the Constitution or were admitted into the Union. Each quarter was produced for about 10 weeks and will never be produced again. State designs are displayed on the reverse (tails) of the quarters, while the obverse design displays the familiar image of George Washington. But, to accommodate state designs on the reverse, the words “United States of America,” “Quarter Dollar,” “Liberty,” and “In God We Trust” all appear on the obverse.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 25C 2000 S CLAD NEW HAMPSHIRE PCGS PF 69 UC This Washington quarter coin is from 2000 featuring New Hampshire State at the reverse struck by San Francisco Mint, United States under 50 State Quarters Program. Launched in 1999, the United States Mint’s 50 State Quarters Program was a 10-year initiative that honored each of the nation’s states in the order that they ratified the Constitution or were admitted into the Union. Each quarter was produced for about 10 weeks and will never be produced again. State designs are displayed on the reverse (tails) of the quarters, while the obverse design displays the familiar image of George Washington. But, to accommodate state designs on the reverse, the words “United States of America,” “Quarter Dollar,” “Liberty,” and “In God We Trust” all appear on the obverse.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 25C 2007 S CLAD UTAH PCGS PF 69 UC This Washington quarter coin is from 2007 featuring Utah State at the reverse struck by San Francisco Mint, United States under 50 State Quarters Program. Launched in 1999, the United States Mint’s 50 State Quarters Program was a 10-year initiative that honored each of the nation’s states in the order that they ratified the Constitution or were admitted into the Union. Each quarter was produced for about 10 weeks and will never be produced again. State designs are displayed on the reverse (tails) of the quarters, while the obverse design displays the familiar image of George Washington. But, to accommodate state designs on the reverse, the words “United States of America,” “Quarter Dollar,” “Liberty,” and “In God We Trust” all appear on the obverse.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 25C 2003 S SILVER ARKANSAS PCGS PF 69 UC This Washington quarter coin is from 2003 featuring Arkansas State at the reverse struck by San Francisco Mint, United States under 50 State Quarters Program. Launched in 1999, the United States Mint’s 50 State Quarters Program was a 10-year initiative that honored each of the nation’s states in the order that they ratified the Constitution or were admitted into the Union. Each quarter was produced for about 10 weeks and will never be produced again. State designs are displayed on the reverse (tails) of the quarters, while the obverse design displays the familiar image of George Washington. But, to accommodate state designs on the reverse, the words “United States of America,” “Quarter Dollar,” “Liberty,” and “In God We Trust” all appear on the obverse.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 50C 1971 D NGC MS 65 This coin is from 1971 struck at Denver Mint, United States. The Kennedy half dollar, starting with 1971 silver was eliminated and copper-nickel clad was introduced though limited coins were made in silver for proof and collector sets.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 50C 1966 NGC MS 64 This coin is from 1966 struck at Philadelphia Mint, United States. The Kennedy half dollar, starting with 1965-dated pieces, the percentage of fine silver was reduced from 90% to 40% (silver clad).
View Coin   UNITED STATES 25C 1964 D NGC MS 64 This Washington quarter silver coin is from 1964 struck by Denver Mint, United States. The Washington quarter is the present quarter dollar or 25-cent piece first struck in 1932 and was designed by sculptor John Flanagan.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 1C 1995 S PCGS PF 69 RDU This 1995 Lincoln Memorial Cent from San Francisco Mint, United States. The Lincoln Memorial reverse design was introduced in 1959 and continued till 2008.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 1C 1974 D PCGS MS 64 RD This 1974 Lincoln Memorial Cent from Denver Mint, United States. The Lincoln Memorial reverse design was introduced in 1959 and continued till 2008.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 5C 1993 S PCGS PF 69 UC This Jefferson Nickel is from 1993 struck at San Francisco Mint, United States. The Jefferson nickel has been the five-cent coin struck by the United States Mint since 1938, when it replaced the Buffalo nickel. From 1938 until 2004, the copper-nickel coin's obverse featured 1st portrait of third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson by artist Felix Schlag.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 5C 1993 S PCGS PF 69 UC This Jefferson Nickel is from 1993 struck at San Francisco Mint, United States. The Jefferson nickel has been the five-cent coin struck by the United States Mint since 1938, when it replaced the Buffalo nickel. From 1938 until 2004, the copper-nickel coin's obverse featured 1st portrait of third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson by artist Felix Schlag.

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