(6) Gold Canadian Goshawk 1/4 oz. 2021 Gem/BU
Often referred to as the God's Hawk this coin was inspired by the famed quote of American author Josiah Holland that says, "God gives every bird its food, but he does not throw it into the nest. They must fly." The 2021 Goshawk coin captures the essence of American ambition, capitalizing on 2020's bull market run in gold with sights on soaring in 2021!
(5) Silver United States Franklin Half-Dollar 90% BU ($1 Face Value)
Designed by Charles E. Barber’s and issued by the United States Mint from 1948 to 1963, Franklin Half Dollar silver coins are popular 50-cent coins.
Made of 90% silver, Franklin Half Dollars are an excellent precious metal option for buyers and trade enthusiasts alike.
The coin’s obverse features Benjamin Franklin with the inscription reading “Liberty – In God We Trust” as well as the year to the right of the graphic.
The coin’s reverse features the Liberty Bell with the inscription reading “United States Of America – E Pluribus Unum – Half Dollar.”
Available coins are in BU condition from the 1940s to the 1960s (Years will be of our choosing).
(10) Silver United States Kennedy Half-Dollar 90% BU
Most Americans who were alive in 1963 can still remember exactly what they were doing when they heard that President Kennedy had been shot. Just a few hours later, news reports told the nation and the wider world that the president had been killed.
In 1964 a coin was created in Kennedy’s honor, known as the Kennedy Half Dollar. The 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar is highly collectible, especially in uncirculated condition as this is the first year that the coin was released.
Gilroy Roberts and Frank Gasparro designed the 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar. It was minted in large quantities at the Philadelphia and Denver mints and was hoarded by the general public. The coin has a diameter of 30.61 millimeters and a weight of 11.50 grams.
The Kennedy half dollar was released to the American public amid much excitement on the 24th of March 1964. Few of these coins ever achieved circulation as the grieving nation quickly hoarded them. The Kennedy half dollar was considered a keepsake, and the mint couldn’t keep up with the coin's demand.
The Kennedy half dollar was minted into the million in 1964, with a total of 273,304,004 coins being struck. This was far more than in other years.
(23) Silver United States Mercury Dimes 90% XF ($1 Face Value)
These Random Year Silver United States Mercury Dimes are easily some of the most recognized 90% silver coins on earth. The Mercury Dime or as it was originally called The Winged-Liberty, was created by the same man who developed the Walking Liberty Half Dollar: Adolph A. Weinman. Purchase 90% Silver Mercury Dimes online from GSI Exchange before premiums rise for coins matching this Good level of quality.