03 Jun 2023

1974 Lincoln Memorial Cent Display

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The Lincoln Memorial Cent was originally issued in 1959 after the US Treasury stopped minting the Wheat Cent which circulated since 1909. Lincoln Memorial cents have been produced until 2008.The trend and hobby of collecting goes beyond generations. Numismatics, an art and science as well, gives the collection of currency a sense of order and direction, a place for understanding both culture and historical facts. This framed Lincoln Memorial Cent dates from 1974 as issued by the Kennedy Mint, a private enterprise in Ohio. They produced several items for coin collectors for quite some time, but they closed business operations almost four years ago. Still, some company data remains visible within the internet giving most customers an idea some inventory is in their arks. This display shown here was brought up with nineteen coins, Lincoln Cents from 1959 to 1976 plus a steel 1943 cent as a gift. The display and collection itself are well preserved and the quality of the coins seem uncirculated.

29 May 2023

2017-S Ozark NP ATB Missouri Quarter

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AC's Sec.#56ATB Quarter Ozark NP, Missouri.PCGS Graded PR69DCAMOn August 27, 1964 an area comprised in extension of more than four Missouri counties was established to protect its riverways. The Ozarks were dedicated as a National Forest and Park in 1971. It encloses an incredibly beautiful landmark and natural haven. In 2017, the UnitedStates Treasury authorized the minting of an image for Alley Mill depicting its view on a quarter as part of the America The Beautiful Quarter Program. This great certified sample shown here was struck by the San Francisco Mint in proof quality and finish. The quarter's reverse was designed by Ronald D. Sanders and sculpted by Renata Gordon. The obverse brought a refreshed image of the Nation's First President George Washington's profile from an original Flanagan's version. Only the San Francisco Mint was authorized to produce collectors' versions of this beautiful United States quarter.

23 May 2023

2020-D Massachusetts $1 Coin

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On March 7, 1876 Scottish born Alexander Graham Bell officiallypatentedhis phone creation. Around 1880, over 49,000 lines were already in service. This kind of invention brought evolution to communications. Boston, Massachusetts was privileged to be among the first cities to enjoy the telephone system.


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