Morgan Coin Company - Industry Leader in Rare Coins  | Phone: (800) 596-4741
Here you will buy coins that are genuinely rare, historically significant, and popular with collectors.
 
 
 
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5 Brilliant Un-Circulated Morgan Dollars
5 Brilliant Un-Circulated Morgan Dollars
Price: $299.00
MS 69 SILVER BUFF
NGC MS69 SILVER BUFFALO
Price: $299.00
Certified American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coins
Here’s a great way to get started in gold…pure 24 karat American Buffalo one-ounce gold bullion coins, NGC-certified MS-69…available in quantities of 10 or 20 coins only, and strictly for new customers only!

Price: $2,799.00 $2,399.00
Ultra High Relief 24-Karat Gold Saint-Gaudens $20 Double Eagles
All-new from the United States Mint in 2009... the one-ounce pure gold bullion Ultra-High Relief Double Eagle gold coin, a 21st century version of what many believe to be the most beautiful gold coin ever minted, the 1907 Augustus Saint-Gaudens $20 Double Eagle.

Price: $2,395.00 $2,195.00
$5 NGC/PCGS-Certified Gold American Eagle Bullion Coins
The most popular gold bullion coin in America . . . the Gold American Eagle, each containing one ounce of pure gold. New customer special – buy 10 or 20 of these NGC or PCGS-certified beauties at cost for a limited time only!

Price: $125.00
Double Eagle ($20.00 Gold Pieces) 1850-1933
This largest denomination of all regular United States issues was authorized to be coined by the Act of March 3, 1849. Its weight was 516 grains, .900 fine. The 1849 double eagle is a unique pattern and reposes in the Smithsonian. The rarest date obtainable is 1884. The 1861 reverse design by Anthony C. Paquet was withdrawn soon after striking. Very few specimens are known.

Price: $3,195.00 $3,000.00
Eagles ($10 Gold Pieces) 1795-1933
Coinage authority including specified weights and fineness of the eagle conforms to that of the half eagle. The small eagle reverse was used until 1797 when the large, heraldic eagle replaced it. The early date variations in the number of stars, the rarest being 1798.
Price: $1,395.00
Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces) 1795-1929
The half eagle was the first gold coin actually struck for the United States. The $5.00 piece was authorized to be coined by the Act of April 2, 1792, and the first type weighed 135 grains, 916 2/3 fine. The Act of June 28, 1834 changed the weight to 129 grains, 899.225 fine. Fineness became .900 by the Act of January 18, 1837.
Price: $795.00 $650.00
Three Dollar Gold Pieces 1854-1889 ($3.00)
The three dollar gold piece was authorized by the Act of February 21, 1853. The coin was first struck in 1854. It was never popular and saw very little circulation.

Price: $3,000.00 $2,005.00
Gold Dollars ($1.00) 1849-1889
Coinage of the gold dollar was authorized by the Act of March 3, 1849. The weight was 25.8 grains, fineness .900. The first type, struck until 1854, us known as the Liberty Head or small-sized type.

Price: $599.00 $500.00
                                                                                                                                             
 
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