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$5 Liberty Head
The $5 Liberty Head (Coronet) Gold Half Eagle was minted 1839 – 1907 and is one of the four pieces in the “Liberty Head” series along with the Gold Quarter Eagle $2.5, the Gold Eagle $10 and the Gold Double Eagle $20. Obverse: Shows Liberty, facing left, encircled by 13 [read more...]
Is Bullion Taxable?
If you feel a little daunted by the way gold is taxed, don’t fret. You’re not alone. Gold is a unique investment. Like any investment, it’s subject to some pretty complex tax rules. Add in the many ways you can own it and the complexity goes up. In this post, [read more...]
Franklin Half Dollar
Overview The Franklin Half Dollar is one of the last silver coins in America whose entire series was produced with 90% silver. This piece replaced the Walking Liberty Half Dollar which had been in circulation since 1916. Obverse: Benjamin Franklin Reverse: Liberty Bell with small Eagle Years: 1948-1963 Mints: D, S and [read more...]
Overview The $3 Dollar Gold piece is the member of a class of unusual denomination pieces who had low mintage numbers and circulated sparsely. The obverse and reverse designs for this coin are identical to the Type 3 Gold $1 piece which was minted during the same time period between [read more...]
Walking Liberty Half Dollar
Overview The Walking Liberty Half Dollar is one of the most popular half dollars in American history. This piece was minted from 1916-1947 and replaced the Barber Half Dollar which had been in circulation since 1892. Obverse: Lady Liberty walking with United States flag over shoulder and holding branches Reverse: [read more...]
Overview Unlike other U.S. coins, the Trade Dollar was produced with the plan of it being circulated in foreign countries. This is the only $1 coin that was ever minted with that intention and the minting of this piece came about in the same legislation that ended the production of [read more...]
$5 Indian Head
Overview The $5 Indian Head “Eagle” is the last coin of this denomination ever minted by the U.S. This piece is 1 of 4 pieces in the “Indian Head” series along with the $2.5 and $10 Indian Heads and $20 Saint-Gaudens. Obverse: Native American man in headdress Reverse: Standing eagle [read more...]
$10 Indian Head
Overview The $10 Indian Head “Eagle” is the last coin of this denomination ever minted by the U.S. This piece is 1 of 4 pieces in the “Indian Head” series along with the $2.5 and $5 Indian Heads and $20 Saint-Gaudens. Obverse: Lady Liberty in headdress Reverse: Standing eagle on [read more...]
Why Buy Rare Coins from Tri-State?
Tri-State Assets is one of the leading Rare Coins dealers in the United States. We understand the needs of Gold and Silver investors. Tri-State Assets distinguishes itself through our many years of exceptional customer service, unmatched product quality & options, and a brain trust of resources to help investors develop their ideal portfolio.
Although Rare Coins can be part of a balanced portfolio, we know this investment isn’t for everyone. It may not suit those who prefer to see their wealth confined purely to numbers on a page. Thrill-seekers may be disappointed to find that Gold Coin prices and Silver Coin prices don’t fluctuate wildly at the whim of global stock markets, as many factors are involved in Rare Coin pricing. Unlike traders of buy-today-sell-tomorrow commodities, investors in Rare Gold and Silver Coins have been known to pass down their collections to future generations. They understand the unique value of an investment they can hold.
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