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  • For new inventory visit our eBay Store hcc-coin

    For the time being we will be listing any new inventory on our eBay site as we have been experiencing various issues with our "new website", so until we iron out the details, please visit our eBay store for new coins for sale, and many great auctions with very low starting bids! New inventory is added daily! You can still purchase items here in our website store inventory, stock items, bullion, and collector coins, but new collector coins will be added to our eBay store for the time being. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns at 1-800-422-4405. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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  • $20 DOUBLE EAGLES - The highest value coin struck for circulation

    By Richard Giedroyc of HCC Rare Coins The original US coinage system was meant to be based on the gold $10 Eagle and the Silver $1 coin. Smaller gold denominations were meant to be the $5 Half Eagle and the $2.50 Quarter Eagle, while the smaller silver denominations were meant Read More
  • MINT SETS - The U.S. Mint's "other" annual date set

    By Richard Giedroyc of HCC Rare Coins While Proof sets contain coins made from specially polished dies, Uncirculated Mint sets are meant to be coins struck for circulation, but have been specially packaged. Between 1947 and 2005 the coins in these sets are Brilliant Uncirculated or better, however unlike their Read More
  • COINAGE ACT of 1965 ends silver use in coins

    By Richard Giedroyc of HCC Rare Coins It is general knowledge the last year of good silver in our circulating coinage was 1964. Fewer people know it was the Coinage Act of 1965 that changed our currency system. The Coinage Act of 1965 (Public Law 89-81, 79 Statute 254) was Read More

    By Richard Giedroyc of HCC Rare Coins There are many individual military leaders who have been honored on our coins. Some have been depicted in their military rolls, while others who went on to become president have been depicted as civilians. There is no “I” in the military. It is Read More
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  • U.S. Mint Resumes Sales of One-Tenth Ounce Gold Eagles

    May 28, 2013 After a suspension of more than a month, the United States Mint has resumed accepting orders from authorized purchasers for one-tenth ounce American Gold Eagle bullion coins. Allocations have also been lifted for the White Mountain National Forest Five Ounce Silver Bullion Coins. On April 22, 2013, Read More
  • Taxing Coin Sales: A Bureaucratic Nightmare In The Making?

    By Al Doyle on June 7, 2013 8:00 AM by Al Doyle for CoinWeek ………. It’s potentially one of the bigger – but least publicized – issues involving the purchase of precious metals, rare coins and every other item sold by mail order. In the political world’s never-ending quest for more money, Congress Read More
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