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  • 1925 California Diamond Jubilee Half dollar

    1925 California Diamond Jubilee Half dollar

    California the 'sunny state' had a very tumultuous birth when it joined the United States of America. It suffered through the Mexican-American war and the Gold rush which caused a mass migration just prior to the Civil War that split the country into two. California joined the Unites States of America in 1850 as the 31st state. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of California statehood, the California Diamond Jubilee Half dollar was released in 1925.

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  • 1926 Oregon Trail Memorial Half dollar

    1926 Oregon Trail Memorial Half dollar

    A 2,170 mile journey from the eastern end of the country starting from the Missouri river to the western end of the country in Oregon, the Oregon trail is probably the most arduous journey our forefathers took to seek better livelihood. Originally explored and laid by the fur traders, the trail was soon used by wagons carrying men, women and children who crossed miles of wasteland, wild rivers and difficult mountain terrain to become the first settlers of Oregon valley. The 1926 Oregon trail memorial half dollar was released to honor this vast human exodus!

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  • Looking back on 2017 U.S. coins !

    Looking back on 2017 coins

    2017 U.S. coins have provided us with an interesting numismatic year! The 225th anniversary of the U.S. Mint was this year and what a treat it proved to be for collectors! Let's look back at what was new and different this year!

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  • Famous hoards of U.S. coins

    Famous hoards of US coins

    Hoarding comes naturally to us, as humans. Over the centuries humans have been hoarding metals under the earth. In modern times, hoarding takes on a new meaning and the person who hoards is called an obsessive compulsive person. But in ancient times, hoarding happened for completely sane reasons! And these hoards or caches as they may be called open wide the doors to the history of the period!

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