Follow the mecha dealers, but make
your plan a little more advanced, 33 1/3, 33 1/3, 33 1/3
Type sets Type
Twos All Americain Eagles
and silver coins!
No coin should be
purchased without being graded by one of the coin
industries trusted grading
Set Coins Half Cent 1804
A type set is a coin
collection based on coin design or type. A complete
Type Set consists of every design of every
denomination authorized by Congress that was struck
for public usage.
Type Two Coins
manufacturing process at the mint, the dies that
strike the coins occasionally need to be changed
or replaced. This can cause slight alterations
in coins struck with contrasting dies. Different
coins from the same mintage are called varieties
or types. The distinction between types varies
depending on the denomination and year of the
Type 1 designation on a coin would
denote that the mint struck the coin
with the first set of dies used that
year. A Type 2 means the mint made the
coin after the dies were changed.
Depending on the year and denomination
of the coin, there can be several
different types, each with its own
subtle differences that can greatly
affect its rarity and value.
Gold Eagle is an official gold bullion coin of
the United Staes. Authorized under the Gold Bullion
Act of 1985, it was first released by the United
States Mint in 1986.
In 1986, Liberty,
as depicted by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, was selected
as the design that would grace the obverse of the
American Eagle Gold Coins. The Saint-Gaudens design
first appeared on the United States' $20, or
double-eagle, gold piece in 1907, where it remained
until 1933. Like their gold counterparts, American
Eagle Silver Coins have been produced and sold in
both proof and bullion finishes since 1986. They
have always featured a rendition of sculptor Adolph
A. Weinman's magnificent Walking Liberty design,
originally prepared and executed for the Nationís
first circulating half-dollar coin in 1916.