State Quarters

Beginning in 1999, the US Mint produced five state quarters each year as part of its United States Mint 50 State Quarters Program. The obverse retained engraver John Flanagan's image of George Washington (although modified by US Mint sculptor-engraver William Cousins) and included some language previously shown on the reverse of the US quarter dollar. The state quarters' reverses were unique designs proposed and approved by the governor of each state. The success of the state quarters program encouraged the US Mint to add six more quarters to the set in 2009; these quarters featured the District of Columbia and five US territories (Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, US Virgin Islands, and Northern Mariana Islands).

America The Beautiful Quarters

The American the Beautiful Quarters make a great gift, entry for a beginning coin collector, or even as a way to finish a collection. Released annually, with five quarters released every year, each quarter features a new national park or monument on its reverse. American history buffs and National Parks enthusiasts will cherish these coins as stunning examples of the images and symbols that define each location in this great country, from unique flora and fauna to majestic landscapes and historic cultural sites. Make these US Mint commemorative quarters part of your collection and treasure a piece of America's heritage.

Silver Eagles

First minted in 1986, the Silver Eagle has rapidly become the most popular bullion coin in the world. We carry every year this popular coin was produced. Featuring the compelling "Wallking Liberty" design, originally created by Adolph Weinman for the 1916 U.S. Half Dollar, the reverse bears the heraldic eagle and shield of the Great Seal of the United States. Prized the world over for its universal appeal and assurance of quality, the American Silver Eagle is destined to become a classic. Minted in one Troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver, the content of each Silver Eagle coin is guaranteed by the U.S. Government.

Proof Sets

The US Mint traditionally produces annual proof sets packaged especially for the collector. This program has become extremely popular and successful. These fine examples of American coinage and American history make wonderful gifts for the collector, or a worthy purchase to add to or begin a collection. Please shop our full range of dates and sets that are available.

Uncirculated Sets

The US Mint traditionally produces annual uncirculated coin sets packaged especially for the collector. This program has become extremely popular and successful. These fine examples of American coinage and American history make wonderful gifts for the collector, or a worthy purchase to add to or begin a collection. Please shop our full range of dates and sets that are available.

Peace and Morgan Dollars

The Morgan Liberty Head Silver Dollar, one of the most famous and sought after American coins, was the product of America's largest silver strike, which occurred at the great Comstock Lode in northern Nevada in the mid 1870s. The Morgan Dollar was minted from 1878 -1904 and 1921. First Minted in 1921, Peace Silver Dollars were commissioned to commemorate the end of World War I and instantly became one of the most popular coins in American history. Containing 90% silver, Peace dollars are considered by many to be the last "true" American silver dollars minted for circulation. In fact, subsequent silver dollars minted for circulation contain no silver at all.

Commemorative Coins

Struck by the US Mint, these special commemorative coins and sets celebrate some of the most cherished people, places, and events in American history. Give to a coin collector, patriot, history lover, military buff, or sports enthusiast as a timeless symbol of affiliation with America's rich legacy. In 1982, the US Mint re-introduced commemorative coins, or "Modern Commemoratives," with the issue of the George Washington commemorative half dollar. US Mint commemorative coins and sets are minted in limited quantity and can offer a high value to the owner because of their quality and investment demand. US Mint commemorative coins are certified legal tender and presented in their original US Mint packaging along with a certificate of authenticity.

Gold Coins

From 1849 through 1933, the US Government pressed gold coins in various styles that have become known as the "Liberty Head," another style that became known as the "Indian Princess Head," another as the "Indian Head," and the classic "Saint-Gaudens" (named after the sculptor who designed it). They are known collectively as "Eagles" because they all have some form of eagle on the reverse. Browse our selection of ungraded versions of these, but we also carry a limited number of proof versions of the gold Buffalo and gold Eagle bullion coins.

US Mint Miltary

Browse U.S. Mint coins for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and associated organizations.

Circulated Coins

Struck by the US Mint, these coins are prized for their collectability and historical significance.