1923 Buffalo Nickel: Look For Two-Feather Varieties

Buffalo Nickel OverviewMade to honor the Native Americans that inhabited the United States and the contributions that they made to America, the Buffalo Nickel became the most popular nickel of the time. Today, the Buffalo Nickel still enjoys popularity among collectors and can be found in almost all collections.James Fraser was the Buffalo Nickel designer … Read more

1918 Mercury Dime: Few Uncirculated Examples Remain

1918 Mercury Dime

Mercury Dime OverviewMost commonly known as the Mercury Dime, the Winged Liberty Dime series witnessed times of great wealth, war, and economic disaster. Regarded as one of the most beautiful dime designs, the Mercury Dime is a favorite among collectors.Designed and put into mintage in 1916 by sculptor Adolph Weinman, the Mercury Dime would be … Read more

1904 Indian Head Penny: Lower Mintage Due To Large Supply

1904 Indian Head Penny

Indian Head Penny OverviewThe Indian Head penny was a unique coin that featured an obverse that paid tribute to the Native Americans. Although a new and rather different design, the Indian Head penny was accepted by the populace and saw heavy circulation. Today, many collectors still seek Indian Head pennies for their simple but unique … Read more

1920 Mercury Dime: Sharp Rims Command A Premium

1920 Mercury Dime

Mercury Dime OverviewTechnically known as the Winged Liberty Dime, the Mercury Dime has been a favorite among collectors for decades. With pleasing designs and a relatively large amount of Mint State examples that have existed for many years, demand has been high for all dates in the series.First designed in 1916 by sculptor Adolph Weinman, … Read more

1926 Mercury Dime: Premium Grades Bring Over $150

1926 Mercury Dime

Mercury Dime OverviewThe Winged Liberty Head Dime, most commonly known as the Mercury Dime, was a long-running series of US dimes. Today’s collectors seek out high-grade Mercury Dimes to add to their collections due to the potential for future price appreciation.In 1916, Adolph Weinman submitted his design for America’s new dime. The Mint choose Weinman’s … Read more