1837 LIBERTY SEATED H10C, NO STARS, LARGE DATE MS67
ONLY ONE COIN GRADED HIGHER.
ANTIQUE GOLD, STEEL-BLUE AND DEEP ROSE PATINA ANNOINT THE SURFACES OF THIS LUSTROUS HALF-DIME.
1837 witnessed the Battle of Lake Okeechobee against the Seminole Indians. The US forces led by General Zachary Taylor, totaled 1,100 men while the Seminole force was 400 warriors strong. Due mostly to the events of this battle that saw the US gain a strategic victory, future US president Zachary Taylor was given the nickname “Old Rough and Ready”. This 1837 half dime recalls an event that helped Taylor secure the presidency in 1849.
1814 Capped Bust Dime, Large Date MS65
Large Date. Rose Blue Toning.
After two years of arguably needless conflict between the British and the United States that began in 1812, the two powers decided it was time for it to end by 1814. The infamous War of 1812 started from a few petty maneuvers by the British to spite the United States for being amicable toward France while the two were at war. Regardless of the reasoning, the war led to a few great loses on both sides of the ocean but helped establish the foundations for the U.S. as a serious power. By 1814 neither side had achieved their pre-war goals, so they had decided it was time to negotiate peace. Deliberations for peace began in Ghent, now known as modern day Belgium, in the middle of 1814. Of course both sides had their qualms, so true agreements were not officially reached nor signed until December 24, 1814. Furthermore, thanks to the lack of technology, some of the armies across the seas on the U.S. front had not heard of peace talks, so the fighting continued. It was at this point that the British decided to invade New Orleans and were met by the U.S. army led by future president Andrew Jackson. Their quick defeat inflated U.S. egos and unofficially ended the war before word had gotten across the Atlantic.
2002-W FirstStrike American Silver Eagle $1 PCGS MS70
2002-W FirstStrike Silver Eagle $1 PCGS MS70
This coin is graded a perfect MS70 by PCGS and is a First Strike. It has the Blue Flag label.
The obverse of the coin depicts Adolph A. Weinman's full-length figure of Liberty in stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left.
The reverse was designed by John Mercanti and shows a heraldic eagle with shield, an olive branch in the right talon and arrows in the left.
2020-W American Silver Eagle v75 WWII NGC FR PF70 Ultra Cameo Mercanti Signed
First issued in 1986 the American Silver Eagle has become far and away the most collected modern silver coin in the World!
This 2020 W $1 Proof Silver Eagle was struck at the West Point Mint and features a special privy mark on the obverse to symbolize the 75th Anniversary of the end of World War II!!
North Shore Galleries is proud to offer this 2020 W American Silver Eagle Certified by NGC as PF70 Ultra Cameo. This coin is hand signed by John Mercanti himself. This will be the last year the U.S. Mint is going to use John Mercanti’s design of the heraldic eagle on the reverse of the silver eagle. This will also be the last coin with John Mercanti’s reverse design including his signature. A must have for your John Mercanti Signed Silver Eagle Collection.
2016 Benin S 1000F Cannabis Sativa Colorized PF70 Ultra Cameo
This is an original 1 ounce coin issued by the Republic of Benin and dedicated to Cannabis Sativa. The coin is concave and has stunning coloration in high relief. Limited mintage of only 999 pieces worldwide.
Material: .999 PURE SILVER Weight: 1 OUNCE
The coin's obverse depicts the Coat of Arms of Benin and the face value is 1000 Francs.
1886 Hot-50 S$1 VAM-1C "3+2" Clash MS66
1886 Hot-50 S$1 VAM-1C "3+2" CLASH MS66 Lincoln Highway Hoard NGC
2020-W $1 American Silver Eagle Congratulations Set - First Day of Issue
This is a Thomas Cleveland signed 2020-W $1 American Silver Eagle Congratulations SetPCGS PR70DCAMFirst Day of Issue, FUN Show
1959 50 Cent Reverse Struck Thru Mint Error AU58
This is a 1959 50 Cent Reverse Struck Thru Mint Error AU58 NGC
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