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  • British Gold Sovereigns x 10 (2.354 oz.)

    Country: United Kingdom
    Gold Content: .2354 Troy Oz. (7.3224 grams)
    Diameter: 22.05 mm
    Thickness: 1.0 to 1.4 mm
    Fineness: 0.9167 (22 karat)

    Obverse: Bust of Kings & Queens of England
    Reverse: Pistrucci’s St. George slaying a dragon
    Modern British Sovereigns have been minted since 1817.
    Carried by World War II pilots and Desert Storm troops as part of their survival kits.

    These TEN (10) uncertified coins average Extremely Fine (XF) to Almost Uncirculated (AU) condition.

    Please call us at 503.213.3352 for quantity discounts.

    $3,194.38
  • 1922-35 Peace Dollars Avg Circ (100 pc.)

    Country: USA
    Silver Content: 0.77344 Troy Oz. per coin
    Diameter 38.1 mm
    Thickness 2.0 mm
    Fineness: 0.90

    Obverse: de Francisci’s Liberty Head
    Reverse: Seated Eagle
    Minted from 1921 to 1928, 1934 & 1935. Designed by Anthony de Francisci, commemorating the end of the Great War.

    Bags contain one hundred (100) Peace Dollars, dates and mint marks of our choice. Dates could include 1922 to 1935, with ‘S’ (San Francisco) ‘D’ (Denver) and no mintmark (Philadelphia) coins. The grade is Average Circulated (typically "VG", very good), with no ‘culls’ (coins with holes, gouges, bent, etc.) You should use this stock photograph as an indicator of the quality of the coins you will receive. Each 100 coin bag contains approximately 77.3 Troy Ounces of pure silver.

    Please call us at 503.213.3352 for other grades or discount pricing on larger orders.

    $2,124.00
  • Swiss 20 Francs Gold Helvetias x 10 (1.867 oz)

    Country: Switzerland
    Gold Content: .1867 Troy Oz. (5.807 grams)
    Diameter: 21 mm
    Thickness: 1.4 mm
    Fineness: 0.900 (21.6 karats)

    Obverse: Bust of Vreneli (Swiss Miss)
    Reverse: Swiss Coat of Arms
    Minted from 1897 to 1936, 1947, 1949
    Minted between 1897 and 1936, and again in 1947 and in 1949 by the Swiss National Mint at Bern. Also referred to as ‘Vreneli’ and ‘Swiss Miss’.

    Each coin contains .1867 ounce of pure gold. This is a lot of ten (10) coins, for a total of 1.867 ounces.
    Our choice of dates.

    These uncertified coins average Very Fine (VF) to Almost Uncirculated (AU) condition.

    Please call us at 503.213.3352 for quantity discounts.

    $2,575.24
  • Pre-1905 Morgan Dollars Avg Circ (100 pc.)

    Silver Content: 0.77344 Troy Oz. per coin
    Diameter 38.1 mm
    Thickness 2.4 mm
    Fineness: 0.90

    Obverse: Morgan’s Liberty Head
    Reverse: Eagle & Laurel Wreath
    Minted from 1878 to 1904. Designed by George T. Morgan

    Each bag contains one hundred (100) Morgans, with a mix of common dates between 1878 and 1904. Mint marks might include ‘S’ (San Francisco) ‘O’ (New Orleans) or none (Philadelphia). The average grade will be VG/XF, with no ‘culls’ (coins with holes, gouges, bent, etc.) You should use this stock photograph as an indicator of the quality of the coins you will receive. Each $100 face bag contains approximately 77.3 Troy Ounces of pure silver. Dates/mintmarks will be our choice.

    Please call us at 503.213.3352 for other quantities or grades. AG and G coins will be much cheaper, as will 1921 Morgans.

    $2,655.00
  • US $10 Indian Gold pre-1933 (XF-AU)

    Country: USA
    Gold Content: .4875 Troy Oz.
    Diameter: 27 mm
    Fineness: 0.900 (21.6 karats)
    Obverse: Classic Indian Head
    Reverse: Shield Eagle
    Minted 1907-1933.

    The $10 Indian is one of the most memorable of all American Coins; it was designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. It was produced at the Philadelphia, San Francisco and Denver Mints.

    These uncertified coins average Extremely Fine (XF) to Almost Uncirculated (AU) condition.

    Please call us at 503.213.3352 for quantity discounts.

 
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