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U.S. Coins/Currency Tributes

  • 1933 Double Eagle Tribute Proof

    1933 Double Eagle Tribute Proof

    In 1933, the Gold Confiscation Act called for that entire year’s $20 gold coin mintage to be melted down. Then in 1944, a specimen, possibly pilfered by a government employee, was inadvertently approved for export to the fabulous collection of King...

    $19.95
  • 1929 Indian Tribute Proof Clad in 24 KT Gold

    1929 Indian Tribute Proof Clad in 24 KT Gold

    Our tribute to the Last U.S. $5 Gold Coin Ever Struck for Circulation! When President Theodore Roosevelt called for a new $5 gold coin design in 1908, few imagined the daring, innovative masterpiece that designer Bela Lyon Pratt would produce. Unlike...

    $19.95
  • 1913 Liberty Nickel Tribute Proof

    1913 Liberty Nickel Tribute Proof

    The year was 1913, and it was the very first year of the Buffalo Nickel. The Liberty Head Nickel, the previously issued five-cent piece, was not even supposed to be produced that year. However, five genuine examples of a 1913 Liberty Head Nickel have...

    $12.45
  • 1885 Trade Dollar Tribute Proof

    1885 Trade Dollar Tribute Proof

    Minted to encourage trade with the Far East, U.S. Gov’t Trade Dollars are the only U.S. coin to have their legal tender status revoked. Minting officially ended in 1883, but rare examples of 1884 and 1885 dates have surfaced, thought to have...

    $19.95
  • 1877 Half Union Tribute Proof

    1877 Half Union Tribute Proof

    Our tribute to the largest gold coin ever struck by the U.S. Government! It’s also one of the rarest coins in the history of the United States as it was only struck twice in solid gold. Both now reside in the Smithsonian, and they are literally...

    $19.95
  • 1866 “No Motto” Silver Dollar Tribute Proof

    1866 “No Motto” Silver Dollar Tribute Proof

    Only two 1866 silver dollars are known to exist without the motto “IN GOD WE TRUST,” the motto which was officially added to all U.S. coins in 1866. One of the two “No Motto” silver dollars is now on display at the Money Museum...

    $24.95
  • 1849 $20 Liberty Tribute Proof

    1849 $20 Liberty Tribute Proof

    In the early 19th century, U.S. gold coin denominations had not exceeded $10 due to modest demand and limited gold supplies. Then, on January 24, 1848, the California Gold Rush began and over a half-million “Forty-Niners” made gold supplies...

    $19.95
  • 3-piece Gold Clad Carson City Tribute Proof Set

    3-piece Gold Clad Carson City Tribute Proof Set

    The Rarest Gold Coins of the Carson City Mint recreated as a 24KT Gold Clad 3-piece Tribute Proof Set! In 1870, after much  controversy, the Carson City Mint opened its doors and struck its very first  gold coins: the 1870 $20 Double Eagle,...

    $49.00
  • 1895-P Morgan Silver Dollar Tribute Proof

    1895-P Morgan Silver Dollar Tribute Proof

    With just 12,000 minted, the original business strike 1895 Philadelphia Mint Morgan was already the rarest Morgan mintage. THEN, THE MINT DECIDED TO MELT EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM! Fortunately, 880 proof struck 1895-P Morgans survived.  Today,...

    $19.95
  • 1895 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar Tribute Proof

    1895 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar Tribute Proof

    Our Salute to ''The Most Expensive New Orleans Morgan'' When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the...

    $19.95
  • 1893-O Morgan Silver Dollar Tribute Proof

    1893-O Morgan Silver Dollar Tribute Proof

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $19.95