Rare Coin Reproductions



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Exact-Size
Rare Coin Reproductions

Unless otherwise stated, these faithful reproductions are within reasonable tolerance of the originals and will fit perfectly in your albums!  Except for our Gold issues which are gold plated over pure silver -- all other issues are of solid compositions.  Copper coins are struck in copper, silver in pure silver, nickel in nickel, etc.  They look and feel just like the genuine items!   Isn't it time to fill those holes?

 

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1932 Washington Quarter "Pattern" Obverse! Limited edition cameo proof issued by a small private mint in California.  It is approximately Susan B. Anthony dollar size and struck in pure silver.  Depicts the obverse portrait that was submitted to the U.S. Mint by artist Thomas Cremona.  The piece offered here was struck from an obverse die created from the original plaster model.  Comes in box with certificate. The three or four we have left of this coin are Beautifully toned!!   $36.00

 

1873 2c Cameo Proof  struck on copper planchet of correct diameter, medallic rotation, COPY on reverse as required by law............$24.95

1877 3c Nickel Cameo Proof  struck on nickel planchet of correct diameter, medallic rotation, COPY on reverse as required by law............$24.95

1877 Shield 5c Cameo Proof  struck on nickel planchet of correct diameter, medallic rotation, COPY on reverse as required by law............$24.95
1878 Shield 5c Cameo Proof  struck on nickel planchet of correct diameter, medallic rotation, COPY on reverse as required by law.............$24.95


Gold & Copper U.S Half Union $50 Patterns

1877-B $50 Gold Half Union Proof . . . $39.00


1877-B $50 Gold Half Union Proof (in copper) . . . $35.00


1877-B $50 Gold Half Union Proofs (pair) . . . $69.00


Buffalo Nickel Shown For Size Comparison

OUR NEWEST REPRODUCTION! 1877 $50 HALF UNION PATTERN COIN!

     This famous fifty-dollar pattern by William Barber would have been the highest denomination ever issued by the Mint up to that time. There is only one solid gold specimen known (residing in the Smithsonian), but copper specimens, some gold plated, occasionally come to the market, readily bringing prices ranging from $200,000 to over $300,000.
     We offer two versions of this great rarity, one 24 karat gold plated over copper, and the second in copper. Same content and size as the rare originals.
     This reproduction's great size and beauty make it a wonderful addition to your collection and a great conversation piece! 

Early American Issues
From
Gallery Mint Museum



1787 Fugio Cent is a faithful reproduction of this classic rarity!     The reverse shows "COPY" neatly worked into the reverse, in accordance with The Hobby Protection Act.   These were struck one at a time with each planchet placed on the lower die by hand.  They were also struck without the benefit of a closed collar so that the metal would flow and impart unique characteristics to each coin -- just like original coins of the era.  It looks, feels and rings like a real cent!   This is the perfect coin for collectors who can't afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars a genuine high-grade piece would cost or for those who's genuine piece is locked in a certification slab.  Fits perfectly into the collection!  Isn't it time to fill that hole?  It looks, feels and rings like a real cent!   This is the perfect coin for collectors who can't afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars a genuine high-grade piece would cost or for those who's genuine piece is locked in a certification slab.  Fits perfectly into the collection!  Isn't it time to fill that hole? $42.00

1788 New Jersey Copper Exact-Size Faithful Repro! Dies cut by Ron Landis of The Gallery Mint Museum $35.00

1794 Half Cent exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse; BU $37.00

1796 Liberty Cap w/Pole Half Cent exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse; Factory Toned-Brown $42.00 or BU $37.00

1796 w/o Pole Half Cent exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse.  This one has a simulated split die crack running from about 2:30 to about 9:00 o'clock just like on most of the few two dozen or so originals known!  Factory Toned-Brown $42.00 or BU $37.00

1796 w/o Pole Half Cent exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse.  Impaired Proof (PR-64). Does not have the split die crack as on the above.  Only one in stock! $45.00

This 1792 United States Silver Center Cent is a faithful reproduction of this classic rarity!  It is one of several denominations of proposed coinage dated 1792.  The proposed coinage of that year was of course never actually adopted with all pieces extant now considered rare in any grade.  About 13 pieces of the original cents are extant with values ranging from about $100,000 to $300,000 for the known grades.
  
The reverse shows "COPY" neatly worked into the reverse, in accordance with The Hobby Protection Act.   These were struck one at a time with each planchet placed on the lower die by hand.  They were also struck without the benefit of a closed collar so that the metal would flow and impart unique characteristics to each coin -- just like original coins of the era.
   It looks, feels and rings like the real coin!   This is the perfect coin for collectors who can't afford the thousands of dollars a genuine piece would cost or for those who's genuine piece is locked in a certification slab.  Fits perfectly into the collection!  Isn't it time to fill that hole? Brown-Toned $49.95 BU $45.95
 



Here is a view of the lettered edge

This die-struck 1792 Birch Cent is a faithful reproduction of this classic rarity!  It is one of several denominations of proposed coinage dated 1792 that was prepared by Robert Birch (perhaps with the help of others) that year.  While most issues actually did circulate, the proposed coinage of 1792 was of course never actually adopted with all pieces extant now considered extreme rarities today.  A Guidebook of United States Coins (The Red Book) lists the one cent pieces of 1792 with surviving specimens ranging from 13 known for Birch's "Silver Center" cent to one-known for the G*W.Pt issue and eight known for this issue.  Prices range in the hundreds of thousands of dollars for any of the issues in any grades!   The reverse shows "COPY" neatly worked into the reverse, in accordance with The Hobby Protection Act.   These were struck one at a time with each planchet placed on the lower die by hand.  They were also struck without the benefit of a closed collar so that the metal would flow and impart unique characteristics to each coin -- just like original coins of the era. It looks, feels and rings like a real cent!   This is the perfect coin for collectors who can't afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars a genuine high-grade 1792 Birch Cent (of any type) would cost or for those who's genuine piece is locked in a certification slab.  Fits perfectly into the collection!  Isn't it time to fill that hole?  It looks, feels and rings like a real cent!   This is the perfect coin for collectors who can't afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars a genuine high-grade 1792 Birch Cent (of any type) would cost or for those who's genuine piece is locked in a certification slab.  Fits perfectly into the collection!  Isn't it time to fill that hole? BU $45.95


Here is a view of the lettered edge

This die-struck 1792 Birch Cent with G*W.Pt (George Washington President) below wreath is a faithful reproduction of this classic rarity!  It is one of several denominations of proposed coinage dated 1792 that was prepared by Robert Birch (perhaps with the help of others) that year.   An original of this coin that is still known to exist is presently unique and was minted as a trial strike in white metal; any of the copper issues that we may presume were minted are now unknown today!  The proposed coinage of 1792 was of course never actually adopted with all pieces extant now considered extreme rarities today.  A Guidebook of United States Coins (The Red Book) lists the one cent pieces of 1792 with surviving specimens ranging from 13 known for Birch's "Silver Center" cent to one-known for this G*W.Pt issue.  Prices range in the hundreds of thousands of dollars for any of the issues in any grades!   The one offered here is minted on a pure copper planchet just like it would have been if the design type would have been adopted, (we can also presume that a few were struck in copper but no longer exist or have not yet come to light); the reverse shows "COPY" neatly worked into the reverse, in accordance with The Hobby Protection Act.   These were struck one at a time with each planchet placed on the lower die by hand.  They were also struck without the benefit of a closed collar so that the metal would flow and impart unique characteristics to each coin -- just like original coins of the era. It looks, feels and rings like a real cent!   This is the perfect coin for collectors who can't afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars a genuine high-grade 1792 Birch Cent (of any type) would cost or for those who's genuine piece is locked in a certification slab.  Fits perfectly into the collection!  Isn't it time to fill that hole?   It looks, feels and rings like a real cent!   This is the perfect coin for collectors who can't afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars a genuine high-grade 1792 Birch Cent (of any type) would cost or for those who's genuine piece is locked in a certification slab.  Fits perfectly into the collection!  Isn't it time to fill that hole? BU $45.95

1793 Liberty Cap Cent Overstruck on a silver half dollar. Struck by Gallery Mint back in the 1990s! We have several different of these on different host coins.  Some are on Canadian half dollars (the one show here is sold but was on a 1917 Newfoundland half dollar) and others are on US half dollars.  Our pick (the best I can find) $75.00 each

1794 Large Cent (starred rev. variety) exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse; BU $45.00

1796 Liberty Cap Large Cent exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse; Factory Toned-Brown $47.00 or BU $42.00

1799 Large Cent Draped Bust (Please when ordering note that this is the Gallery Mint type) exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse; Factory Toned-Brown $47.00 or BU $42.00

 

 

1836 Coronet Cent w/Special ANA 2000 Reverse.  Struck at the Aug 8-13 ANA Convention on the First U.S. Mint Steam Coinage Press!  A really neat piece! Comes with a certificate of mintage. Exact-size repro struck on planchet of of correct specs for an 1836 cent (no COPY mark required) $36.00

1794 Flowing Hair Half Dime exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse $39.00

1796 Draped Bust Half Dime exact-size repro struck on planchet of correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse $39.00

1796 Draped Bust Dime exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse $44.951796 Draped Bust Quarter exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse  $49.00

1794 Flowing Hair Half dollar exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse $65.00

1796 Draped Bust 15 Stars Half dollar exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse $65.00

1796 Draped Bust 16 Stars Half dollar exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse $65.00

1776 Continental Silver Dollar
Brilliant Uncirculated
Flawless Gem Quality!
"Exact Size" Reproduction
 

This in NOT one of those junky 39 mm imitations!

This 1776 Continental Dollar is a faithful reproduction of this classic rarity!   The reverse shows "COPY" neatly worked into the reverse, in accordance with The Hobby Protection Act.   These were struck one at a time with each planchet placed on the lower die by hand.  They were also struck without the benefit of a closed collar so that the metal would flow and impart unique characteristics to each coin -- just like original coins of the era.  It looks, feels and rings like the real coin!   This is the perfect coin for collectors who can't afford the tens of thousands of dollars a genuine piece would cost or for those who's genuine piece is locked in a certification slab.  Fits perfectly into the collection!  Isn't it time to fill that hole? $75.00

1794 Flowing Hair Silver dollar BU exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse  $75.00

1796 Draped Bust Silver dollar exact-size repro struck on planchet of approximately correct specs, COPY neatly worked into reverse BU $75.00


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Early To Modern
U.S. Issues From ROM

United States Half Cents

1793 Liberty Cap Half Cent struck on copper planchet of approximately correct specs; shows "COPY" neatly worked into reverse. Factory Toned-Brown $23.95 or BU...........$18.95

1793 Light Cameo Proof Liberty Cap Half Cent struck on copper planchet of approximately correct specs; shows "COPY" neatly worked into reverse. .........$20.95


United States Large Cents

1793 Chain Cent struck on copper planchet of approximately correct specs; rev shows "COPY" neatly worked into chain. Factory Toned-Brown $28.00 or BU...........$23.00

1793 Proof Chain Cent struck on copper planchet of approximately correct specs; rev shows "COPY" neatly worked into chain. Brilliant Proof Strike. Limited Edition of 793 pieces struck $26.95

1793 Wreath Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; Factory Toned-Brown $28.00 or BU.............$23.00

1793 Deep Cameo Proof  Wreath Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs Deep Cameo Proof  Limited Issue of 793 pieces............$28.95


1793 Wreath Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; Double Struck with Two Dates $49.00

1793 Strawberry Leaf Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.  We just got a small number of these in stock in April 2013! BU.............$45.00

1793 Strawberry Leaf Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs Moderate Cameo Proof  Limited Issue of 793 pieces (one in stock) ....$49.00


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1793 Cameo BU Liberty Cap Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; Factory Toned-Brown $28.00 or BU.............$23.00

1793 Deep Cameo Proof  Liberty Cap struck on planchet of approximately correct specs Deep Cameo Proof  Limited Issue of 1500 pieces............$28.95

1793 Wreath Cent "Large Head-Trial Strike" struck on large planchet; design details larger than the one adopted by ROM.  Only 100 Minted!  Factory Toned-Brown $40.00 or BU...............$35.00

1796 Draped Bust Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; Factory Toned-Brown $28.00 or BU $23.00, Cameo Proof $28.95

1799 Draped Bust Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; Factory Toned-Brown $28.00 or BU..............$23.00

1799 Cameo Proof Draped Bust Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; Cameo Proof.  Limited Issue of 793 pieces............$28.95

1804 Draped Bust Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; Factory Toned-Brown $28.00 or BU.................................$23.00

1804 Cameo Proof Draped Bust Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; Cameo Proof.   Limited Issue of 793 pieces............$28.95


United States Small Cents

1856 Flying Eagle Cent Ty-1 struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; 19mm, 4.85 grams, thick CuNi planchet; rev shows "COPY" incuse in ribbon of wreath, nice UNC strike 5000 reported struck $14.95

1856 Flying Eagle Cent Ty-1 "circulated finish."  These are as above except they were burnished (to give them a worn look) and then processed further to tone them down a bit and give them a  circulated look (this is perfect for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1856 Flying Eagle Cent cameo proof strike Ty-1  Approx. 500 minted of the Ty-1 variety offered here.   Very few left in stock!  It will probably sell out in soon!   We have a few left that grade PR-64; they have a few non-distracting ticks - nothing major.    $19.95

1856 Flying Eagle Cent deep-cameo proof strike Ty-2  This is the Ty-2 variety produced by ROM once the dies for the Ty-1 were unsuitable for further use.  The designs are characterized by more delicate lettering and more detailed central designs.   Some folks seem to like this type better due to the increased design detail -- though I (and many others) feel ROM's original Ty-1 designs capture the essence of the genuine coin more faithfully.  You be the judge!  $19.95

1864-L Indian Head Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; 19 mm, copper planchet; rev shows "COPY" incuse in ribbon of wreath.  $12.95

1864-L Indian Head Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1869/9 Indian Head Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; 19 mm, copper planchet; rev shows "COPY" incuse in ribbon of wreath.  $12.95

1869/9 Indian Head Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1871 Indian Head Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; 19 mm, copper planchet; rev shows "COPY" incuse in ribbon of wreath.  $12.95

1871 Indian Head Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1872 Indian Head Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; 19 mm, copper planchet; rev shows "COPY" incuse in ribbon of wreath.  $12.95

1872 Indian Head Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1877 Indian Head Cent struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; 19 mm, copper planchet; rev shows "COPY" incuse in ribbon of wreath.  $12.95

1877 Indian Head Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1877 Indian Head Cent  deep-cameo proof strike!  Approx. 450 minted (of which only about 250 graded Pr-65 or better).  These are almost sold out! PR-65 or better! $25.00

1877 Indian Head Cent Deep Cameo!  Part of the above mintage but with a few ticks making it a PR-64 grade. Still very nice!  $14.95

1908-S Indian Head Cent!  Struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; 19 mm, copper planchet; rev shows "COPY" incuse in ribbon of wreath.  $12.95

1909-S Indian Head Cent!  Struck on planchet of approximately correct specs; 19 mm, copper planchet; rev shows "COPY" incuse in ribbon of wreath.  $12.95

1909-S Indian Head Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1909-S Indian Head Cent Cameo Proof finish; struck in medallic rotation.  Mintage 50 pieces!  $49.95

1909-S Lincoln Cent! Struck on a copper planchet of proper size! COPY on reverse between wheat stems. A real Beauty! $12.95

1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent! Struck on a copper planchet of proper size! COPY on reverse hidden in left wheat.   A real Beauty! BU    $12.95

1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1914-D Lincoln Cent! Struck on a copper planchet of proper size! COPY on reverse between wheat stems.   $12.95

1922 No D Cent!  Struck on a copper planchet of proper size! COPY on reverse between wheat stems.    $12.95

1922 No D Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1931-S Cent Struck on a copper planchet of proper size! COPY on reverse between wheat stems.    $12.95

1931-S Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1943-D Copper Cent -- Classic Off-Metal Rarity! Struck on a copper planchet of proper size! COPY on reverse between wheat stems.    $12.95

1944 Steel Cent --  Classic Off-Metal Rarity!  Struck on a steel planchet of proper size! COPY on reverse between wheat stems.    $12.95

1955 Doubled Die Cent A faithful reproduction of the famous 1955 doubled die cent struck on a 19 mm bronze planchet - just like the real coin! COPY on reverse between wheat stems.    $12.95

1955 Doubled Die Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1972/72 Doubled Die Cent An "ExactSize" copy of one of America's most famous errors!  The word COPY is neatly worked in below the Memorial Building.  BU  $12.95

1972/72 Doubled Die Cent as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated (for those of you who have been asking for a coin to match your sets) $17.95

1974 Aluminum Cent!  An "ExactSize" copy of one of America's most famous Trial Strikes!  The word COPY is neatly worked in below the Memorial Building.  Matte BU  $12.95


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Confederate States Cents


This is the standard copper-nickel variety

History of the Originals:  Only 12 pieces of the original coin were struck in 1861 in copper-nickel by the Philadelphia engraver and die-sinker, Robert Lovett, Jr.  After making them, Lovett became terrified that Union officials would find him out and he'd be convicted and sentenced to death for treason.  He decided against delivering the dies and coins to the Confederate government and hid them in his cellar (holding just one coin aside as a pocket piece).   Later, he mistakenly spent his pocket coin in a local tavern and after a bit of coaxing the story became known.  Still later he was talked into selling the coins and dies after which restrikes were made in copper, gold and silver; these are known as the "Heseltine restrikes" named after the maker, Capt. John W. Haseltine.  The original copper-nickel and "off metal" restrikes are rare and highly sought-after with prices starting at about $6,000 for the cheapest restrike (the gold is $25,000) up to $30,000 for one of the originals.


This is the set of copper, silver & gold/silver Heseltine Repros

1861 Confederate Cent struck in standard copper-nickel planchet of approximately correct specs; rev shows "COPY" neatly worked into wreath as required by the Hobby Protection Act ...  $15.00
1861 Confederate Cent struck in copper;
planchet of approximately correct specs; rev shows "COPY" neatly worked into wreath as required by the Hobby Protection Act ... $15.00
1861 Confederate Cent struck in silver
planchet of approximately correct specs; rev shows "COPY" neatly worked into wreath as required by the Hobby Protection Act ...  $28.95
1861 Confederate Cent struck in gold over silver
planchet of approximately correct specs; rev shows "COPY" neatly worked into wreath as required by the Hobby Protection Act ... $36.00


United States Five Cent Pieces

1885 Liberty Nickel (Var.1) struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   107 Minted and reverse die broke!   A new reverse was prepared that shows the word "COPY" neatly worked into the design rather than on a raised rectangle as shown here.  This one will be a rare variety!    $18.95

1885 Liberty Nickel (Var.2) struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   This is struck with the new reverse and shows the word "COPY" neatly worked into the design.     $17.95

1886 Liberty Nickel  struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   This is struck with the new reverse and shows the word "COPY" neatly worked into the design.     $17.95

1912-S Liberty Nickel  struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   This is struck with the new reverse and shows the word "COPY" neatly worked into the design.     $17.95

1913 Liberty Nickel "Cameo Proof"; struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.  2640 minted exhibiting a nice moderate cameo obverse and reverse. $19.95

1913 Liberty Nickel Brilliant Proof-Like; struck on planchet of approximately correct specs. Ty-2 reverse as use with the later strikes of the 1885 5c above $17.95

1913 Ultra Deep Cameo Buffalo Nickel is a stunning example of one of America's most popular and highly sought after coin types!  This one is of a mintage of only 500 pieces! is a stunning example of one of America's most popular and highly sought after coin types in cameo proof!  This one is of a mintage of only 500 pieces! $24.95

1913-D Buffalo Nickel Ty-2 struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.  COPY on reverse behind Buffalo's legs.   Nice PL  $17.95

1913-S Buffalo Nickel Ty-2 struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.  COPY on reverse behind Buffalo's legs.   Nice BU  $17.95

1916/16 Buffalo Nickel Ty-2 struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.  COPY on reverse behind Buffalo's legs.   Nice BU  $26.95

1918/7-D Buffalo Nickel Overdate struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.  COPY on reverse behind Buffalo's legs.  See enlargements of the Overdate by clicking here> Microphotos   Nice BU  $26.95

1937-D 3-Legged Buffalo Nickel; struck on nickel alloy planchet of correct diameter.   Very Nice!  $16.95

1894-S Type-1 Proof Barber Dime struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.  This is one of the first 200 strikes from an obverse die I was not quite pleased with.  Upon my suggestion, Liberty's neck was widened; the ribbon in Liberty's hair was also strengthened for the Type-2 version offered below.  This one will be a rare variety!  Nice cameo!  $24.00

 


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United States Ten Cent Pieces
(Dimes)

1894-S Type-2 Proof Barber Dime struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.  Liberty's neck was widened; the ribbon in Liberty's hair was also strengthened for the Type-2 version offered here.  My favorite of all of ROM productions!   Nice cameo!  $27.95, Pleasingly Toned $35.00

 

1916 Ultra Deep Cameo Mercury dime is a stunning example of one of America's most popular and highly sought after coin types in cameo proof!  This one is of a mintage of only 500 pieces! $29.00

1916-D Mercury Dime struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty BU finish!  $25.95

1921 Mercury Dime struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty BU finish!  $25.95

1921-D Mercury Dime struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty BU finish!  $25.95


1942/1 Overdate Mercury Dime struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty BU finish!  $25.95


1942/1-D Overdate Mercury Dime struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty BU finish!  $25.95

United States 20-Cent Pieces

1876-CC 20-cent piece struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty devices with brilliant fields! BU $36.00


United States Quarter Dollars

1896-S Barber Quarter struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty devices with brilliant fields!  $36.00
1901-S Barber Quarter struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty devices with brilliant fields!  $36.00
1913-S Barber Quarter struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty devices with brilliant fields! $36.00

1916 Standing Liberty Quarter struck on planchet of correct diameter, etc.. "Satin (Matte) Finish" Business Strike version. 1650 minted.  $36.00, Pleasingly Toned $39.00

1916 Standing Liberty Quarter Cameo Proof  Struck on planchet of correct diameter, etc. Very few made!    $44.95

1932-D Washington quarter struck on planchet of correct diameter, etc.. BU  $36.00

1932-S Washington quarter struck on planchet of correct diameter, etc.. BU  $36.00


United States Half Dollars
(Regular Issues)

1861 Confederate States Of America Half Dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Deep Cameo Proof Only  $52.00

1892 " Micro O" Barber Half Dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Deep Cameo Proof Only  $52.00

1892 Micro O Barber Half Dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty devices with brilliant fields!  $48.00

1892 "Micro O" Barber Half Dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Deep Cameo Proof Only 25 Mintage! $75.00

1916-D Walking Liberty half dollar Cameo Proof struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty pieces!  $52.00

 

1916-S Walking Liberty half dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty pieces!  $48.00
1921 Walking Liberty half dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty pieces!  $48.00
1921-D Walking Liberty half dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty pieces!  $48.00
1921-S Walking Liberty half dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty pieces!  $48.00

Half Dollars
(Commemorative Issues)

1928 Hawaiian Sesquicentennial Commemorative Half Dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty devices with brilliant fields!  $48.00

1928 Hawaiian Sesquicentennial Commemorative Half Dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Trial strike with matte finish on all devices and fields! Mintage only 10 pieces!  Comes packaged in holder with trial strike status and total mintage stated; dated and initialed by ROM's President. This is one of the first ten coins struck from these dies! $99.95

1935 Old Spanish Trail Commemorative Half Dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Nice frosty devices with brilliant fields!  $48.00

1935 Old Spanish Trail Commemorative Half Dollar struck on planchet of approximately correct specs.   Trial strike with matte finish on all devices and fields! Mintage only 10 pieces!   Comes packaged in holder with trial strike status and total mintage stated; dated and initialed by ROM's President.  This is one of the first ten coins struck from these dies!  $99.95


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Silver Dollars

1804 Draped Bust Silver Dollar! Plain edge.  The King Of US Coins! This is the ROM's "ExactSize" Reproduction of the rare Cameo Proof 1804 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. This piece was struck three times on a silver planchet to bring out all the detail.  The reverse shows "COPY" in accordance with the Hobby Protection Act of 1973.  Fits perfectly into Dansco®, Whitman® and other types of albums that are designed to hold dollars of the 38.1 mm size. Give your collection that "completed look" that all collectors desire!  Isn't it time to fill that hole?  $65.00

1836 Cameo Proof Gobrecht Silver Dollar This is the Royal Oak Mint's "ExactSize" Reproduction of the rare Cameo Proof 1836 Gobrecht Silver Dollar.  It represents one of the many varieties created for 1836.   This is a cameo proof that was struck three times on a silver planchet to bring out all the detail.  The reverse shows "COPY" in accordance with the Hobby Protection Act of 1973.  Fits perfectly into Dansco®, Whitman® and other types of albums giving your collection that "completed look" that all collectors desire!  Isn't it time to fill that hole?  $65.00

1936 Gobrecht Pure Copper Pattern of Judd-62 This is the Royal Oak Mint's "ExactSize"* Reproduction of the rare Copper Pattern (Judd-62) of the 1836 Gobrecht Silver Dollar.   This piece was struck three times on a pure copper planchet to bring out all the detail.  The reverse shows "COPY" in accordance with the Hobby Protection Act of 1973.   Isn't it time to fill that hole in your collection?  Limited Issue of just 836 pieces!  This variety boasts a reeded edge -- unlike the actual pattern but has proven popular with our buyers.  $39.00

1936 Gobrecht Pure Copper Pattern of Judd-62 This is the Royal Oak Mint's "ExactSize"* Reproduction of the rare Copper Pattern (Judd-62) of the 1836 Gobrecht Silver Dollar.   This piece was struck three times on a pure copper planchet to bring out all the detail.  The reverse shows "COPY" in accordance with the Hobby Protection Act of 1973.   Isn't it time to fill that hole in your collection?  Limited Issue of just 836 pieces!  This version is plain-edged just like the real Judd-62 pattern.  The mintage is included with the reeded version offered above.  $39.00

1879-CC Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.  ... MS65 to MS68 $65.00

1879-P Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1879-O Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1879-S Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.   ... MS65 to MS68 $65.00

1881-CC Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1881-P Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1881-O Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1881-S Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1885-CC Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1885-P Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1885-O Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1885-S Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1889-CC Morgan Silver Dollar! A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.  ... MS65 to MS68 $65.00

1889-P Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1889-O Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1889-S Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1889-CC "Large CC" Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.  This variety was created when ROM's production department struck 10 regular issue pieces for inspection and then proceeded to ruin the reverse die while using it to strike another date.  This necessatated the production of a new reverse die which happened to have a CC that is smaller and placed a little differently than on the new die used for the balance of strikes!  This variety is very rare with only 10 pieces struck!   We have owned the entire mintage and are offering then at each     $95.00

1892-CC Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.  ... MS65 to MS68 $65.00

1892-P Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.   Sold Out

1892-S Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    ... MS65 to MS68 $65.00

1893 Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1893-S Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.   $65.00

1893-S Morgan Silver Dollar!  Deep Cameo Proof! ROM made just 100 of these in proof! A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1893-CC Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.  $65.00

1893-O Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in very low grade but becomes very expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.  MS65 to MS68 $65.00

1894 Morgan Silver Dollar! A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing. $65.00

1894-S Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in very low grade but becomes very expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.   ... MS65 to MS68 $65.00

1894-O Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in very low grade but becomes very expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.  ... MS65 to MS68 $65.00


Repro Errors

1895 Cameo Proof Morgan Silver Dollar! A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.   $65.00

1895 Morgan Silver Dollar!  BU A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in very low grade but becomes very expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing. $65.00

1895 Cameo Proof Morgan Dollar! Pure Copper Strike! A beautiful reproduction struck in a limited edition of just 895 pieces in pure copper!  It is correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.   $39.00

1895-S Morgan Silver Dollar! A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.   $65.00

1895-O Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter suitable for filling that hole in your album.  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.  Just two left in MS64  $65.00

1899-P Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in very low grade but becomes very expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1903-P Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in very low grade but becomes very expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1903-O Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in very low grade but becomes very expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.    $65.00

1903-S Morgan Silver Dollar!  A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in very low grade but becomes very expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" appears on the reverse on the eagle's left wing.   ... MS65 to MS68 $65.00

1885 Cameo Proof Trade Silver Dollar!   An outstanding issue from ROM struck three times to bring out all the detail!  The reverse shows "COPY" in accordance with the Hobby Protection Act of 1973.   $59.95

1885 Cameo Proof Trade Silver Dollar!   Rare!   Struck in Pure Copper!  Mintage Limite to 41 pieces!  An outstanding issue from ROM struck three times to bring out all the detail!  The reverse shows "COPY" in accordance with the Hobby Protection Act of 1973.   Struck in medal alignment.   $59.95

1928 Peace Dollar A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in low grade but becomes expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" is neatly worked into the reverse  $65.00

1934-D Peace Dollar A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in low grade but becomes expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" is neatly worked into the reverse   $65.00

1934-S Peace Dollar A beautiful reproduction struck in silver and of correct diameter.  This date is one that anybody can afford in low grade but becomes expense in the more "collectable" grades; it suitable for filling that hole in your album with a beautiful brilliant uncirculated example of this rare coin rather than a worn out "slick".  "COPY" is neatly worked into the reverse   $65.00

1964-D Peace Dollar Nice Frosty This is the Royal Oak Mint's "Exact Size" Reproduction of the aborted 1964-D Peace Dollar!  In 1965 the U.S. Government struck 316,076 examples of 1964 dated Peace Dollars at the Denver Mint facility.   Later in May of that year the government bowed to pressure from critics of the issue (who suggested that the coin would only serve special interest groups -- namely the Las Vegas casinos) and subsequently countermanded authorization and destroyed all known examples. Until now, you simply could not own a 1964-D Peace Dollar!  It is struck on a silver planchet of correct diameter; reverse shows "COPY", (neatly worked into the design below the word DOLLAR), in accordance with the Hobby Protection Act of 1973.  Isn't it time to fill that hole in your Peace Dollar collection?   These are nice frosty BU examples. We are running very low on these!  Gem MS65 to MS68 $79.95

1964-D Cameo Proof Peace Dollar An outstanding issue from ROM struck three times to bring out all the detail!  No, the U.S. Mint did not make a Proof version of this coin but this is ROM's version of what it would have looked like if the issue was not countermanded by the Mint and they ended up making a proof version for collectors.  Imagine your 1964 proof set with a Peace Dollar included!   The reverse shows "COPY" in accordance with the Hobby Protection Act of 1973.   $75.00


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Frank Gasparro's
1977 Proposed Liberty Head
Mini-Dollar Design Pattern Strikes

1977 Proposed Flowing Hair Liberty Head Mini-Dollar!  This is an exact-size faithful reproduction of Frank Gasparros' pattern dollar proposed for the new Mini-Dollar that was supposed to replace the rarely used and unwieldy large Eisenhower dollar.  It is the coin that was ultimately rejected in favor of the now familiar -- though sort-lived -- Susan B. Anthony dollar which Gasparro, who favored his earlier proposals, begrudgingly had to design and was issued starting in 1979.  See more on this story and images of the actual pattern strikes here: 1977 Gasparro Dollar.  While at least some if not all of Gasparro's pattern strikes were made in the standard clad metal we decided to spice these repros up by striking them in pure silver!  $32.00

1977 Proposed Flowing Hair Liberty Head Mini-Dollar Double-Thick Piedfort Strike  This is one of 28 double-thickness piedfort trial strikes made by ROM in a limited edition (a total of 42 were made of which 28 were Matte Unc and 14 were Cameo Proofs).  No more will be made!  This is an exact-size (diameter) faithful reproduction of Frank Gasparros' pattern dollar proposed for the new Mini-Dollar that was supposed to replace the rarely used and unwieldy large Eisenhower dollar.  It is the coin that was ultimately rejected in favor of the now familiar -- though sort-lived -- Susan B. Anthony dollar which Gasparro, who favored his earlier proposals, begrudgingly had to design and was issued starting in 1979.  See more on this story and images of the actual pattern strikes here: 1977 Gasparro Dollar.  While at least some if not all of Gasparro's pattern strikes were made in the standard clad metal we decided to spice these repros up by striking them in pure silver!  ROM is now sold out on this issue and we have just two pieces left! each ... $65.00

1977-S Proposed Flowing Hair Liberty Head Cameo Proof Mini-Dollar!  This is an exact-size faithful reproduction of Frank Gasparros' pattern dollar proposed for the new Mini-Dollar that was supposed to replace the rarely used and unwieldy large Eisenhower dollar.  It is the coin that was ultimately rejected in favor of the now familiar -- though sort-lived -- Susan B. Anthony dollar which Gasparro, who favored his earlier proposals, begrudgingly had to design and was issued starting in 1979.  See more on this story and images of the actual pattern strikes here: 1977 Gasparro Dollar.  While at least some if not all of Gasparro's pattern strikes were made in the standard clad metal we decided to spice these repros up by striking them in pure silver!  This one is our pure silver cameo proof version!   $36.00

1977-S Proposed Flowing Hair Liberty Head Cameo Proof Mini-Dollar Double-Thick Piedfort Strike!  This is one of 14 Cameo Proof double-thickness piedfort trial strikes made by ROM in a severely limited edition (a total of 42 were made of which 28 were Matte Unc and 14 were Cameo Proofs).  No more will be made!  This is an exact-size (diameter) faithful reproduction of Frank Gasparros' pattern dollar proposed for the new Mini-Dollar that was supposed to replace the rarely used and unwieldy large Eisenhower dollar.  It is the coin that was ultimately rejected in favor of the now familiar -- though sort-lived -- Susan B. Anthony dollar which Gasparro, who favored his earlier proposals, begrudgingly had to design and was issued starting in 1979.  See more on this story and images of the actual pattern strikes here: 1977 Gasparro Dollar.  While at least some if not all of Gasparro's pattern strikes were made in the standard clad metal we decided to spice these repros up by striking them in pure silver!  ROM is now sold out on this issue and we have just six pieces left! each ... 65.00

1977 Proposed Flowing Hair Liberty Head Matte Unc  Mini-Dollar Double-Thick Piedfort Strike!  This is one of 28 Proof double-thickness piedfort trial strikes made by ROM in a severely limited edition (a total of 42 were made of which 28 were Matte Unc and 14 were Cameo Proofs).  No more will be made!  This is an exact-size (diameter) faithful reproduction of Frank Gasparros' pattern dollar proposed for the new Mini-Dollar that was supposed to replace the rarely used and unwieldy large Eisenhower dollar.  It is the coin that was ultimately rejected in favor of the now familiar -- though sort-lived -- Susan B. Anthony dollar which Gasparro, who favored his earlier proposals, begrudgingly had to design and was issued starting in 1979.  See more on this story and images of the actual pattern strikes here: 1977 Gasparro Dollar.  While at least some if not all of Gasparro's pattern strikes were made in the standard clad metal we decided to spice these repros up by striking them in pure silver!  ROM is now sold out on this issue and we have just one piece left! $65.00



Exact-Size
Rare Coin Reproductions

Gold Issues


The Legendary
1870-S $3 Gold Piece
"Exact-Size" Reproduction!

photo © Ken Potter 2008

    This faithful reproduction of the unique 1870-S $3 gold piece is an outstanding example of one of America's most lengendary coins!  It is struck in pure silver and layered in pure gold. The word copy is neatly worked into the reverse in strict accordance of > The Hobby Protection ActWhile, you may never be able to own the genuine coin, you can own it as a high quality reproduction from Royal Oak Mint!
Isn't it time you filled that hole?
This is not a cheap silver-round size reproduction!  It is struck from expensive, custom manufactured tooling designed especially for a $3 gold piece!  It offers the following combined features:

Official List Price -- $45.00  


The Legendary
1879 $4 Gold Stellas
Pure Gold Over Pure Silver
"Exact-Size" Reproductions!

Flowing Hair Type


Coiled Hair Type

    These are faithful reproductions of the 1879 "Flowing Hair" and "Coiled Hair" Types of $4 gold "Stellas." They are outstanding examples of two of America's most legendary coins!  Everybody wants to own a "Stella" but very few can afford one!  They are struck in pure silver and layered in pure gold. The word copy is neatly worked into the reverse in strict accordance of > The Hobby Protection Act
   
While, you may never be able to own a genuine coin, you can own it as a high quality reproduction from ROM!
Isn't it time you filled that hole?
    This is not a cheap silver-round size reproduction!  It is struck from expensive, custom manufactured tooling designed especially for a $4 gold piece!  It offers the following combined features:

1879 $4 Stella Coiled Hair Type planchet of approximately correct specs; rev shows "COPY" neatly worked into wreath as required by the Hobby Protection Act ... $45.00

1879 $4 Stella  Flowing Hair Type planchet of approximately correct specs; rev shows "COPY" neatly worked into wreath as required by the Hobby Protection Act ... $45.00


1815 - 1822 - 1829 
$5 Half Eagle
"Exact-Size" Reproductions

    1815 $5 Dollar Gold Half Eagle!  Minted on a 24 k gold plated pure silver planchet, the reverse shows "COPY"  as required by law. $49.95

    1822 Half Eagle! This is ROM's reproductions of of the 1822 $5 Dollar Gold -- a coin of which only three genuine specimens are known to exist!  It is minted on a 24 k gold plated pure silver planchet, the reverse shows "COPY"  as required by law.  $49.95

    1829 $5 Dollar Gold Half Eagle!  Minted on a 24 k gold plated pure silver planchet, the reverse shows "COPY"  as required by law. $49.95  


The Legendary
1933 Saint Gaudens
$20 Gold Piece

"Exact-Size" Reproduction


Photo © Ken Potter 2008
Normal Frosty Finish

    This is a faithful reproduction of the ultra-rare 1933 Saint Gaudens $20 Gold Piece!  An executive order issued in March of 1933, recalled all common-date gold coins and in effect -- took the United States off the "gold standard" forever.  As a result, nearly the entire mintage of 1933 Saint Gaudens Gold $20 Double Eagles was melted by the government!
    Only a few pieces, then thought to have been clandestinely removed from the Mint, and one other officially given to King Farouk of Egypt, escaped this initial destruction (many or perhaps all of the clandestine pieces have since been seized by the Treasury Department and most presumably destroyed).
    Every collector should have been able to own one of these historic coins and now you can! 
The Royal Oak Mint version is struck on a pure silver planchet that has been double plated in pure 24 karat gold and is of correct diameter (within reasonable tolerances); the reverse shows "COPY" incuse, neatly and inconspicuously worked into the field behind the word AMERICA.  It looks like the real thing and it fits perfectly into the collection!  Isn't it time for you to fill that hole?

Points To Ponder

 Gold Over Pure Silver $75.00


 


Cameo Proof Gold Over Silver (Limited Edition 1000) $75.00
 
 


Double Struck From Highly Polished Dies
Silver & Gold Plated Specimen Set (Limited Edition 30) $150.00


Repro Errors



From The Collectors Mint ...

America's First Gold Coin ...
1795 $5 Gold Half Eagle
Pure Gold Over Pure Silver
"Exact-Size" Reproduction!

    This faithful reproduction of America's first federal gold coin is an outstanding example of a coin that most folks will never be able to afford to own!  Only  It is struck in pure silver and layered in pure gold. The word copy is neatly worked into the reverse in strict accordance of > The Hobby Protection ActWhile, you may never be able to own the genuine coin, you can own it as a high quality reproduction!
Isn't it time you filled that hole?
This is not a cheap silver-round size reproduction!  It is struck from tooling of the appropriate size of a $5 gold piece of this era!  It offers the following combined features:

$45.95 each


1915 Panama-Pacific
$50 Round Gold
Commemorative

42 mm Reproduction


Photos © Ken Potter 2006

  This is a  reproduction of the ultra-rare 1915 Commemorative Pan-Pac $50 "Round" Gold Piece!  Even in AU grade the original coin starts at around $25,000! 
    Every collector should  be able to own one of these historic coins and now you can as a high quality reproduction! 
This is an early pattern strike from dies that were prepared for a national marketing company that sold these a number of years ago for well over double our starting bid!  We have been given the opportunity to purchase the early pattern strikes, (that have sat in a vault for a number of years), to sell to our customers.  These represent the very first coins that came off of these dies!  They exhibit extremely sharp, crisp designs and perfect cameo proof devices set against superb mirror-like fields.   They are 42 mm in diameter and are struck on a pure silver planchet that has been plated in pure 24 k gold!  The word "COPY" (required by the Hobby Protection Act) is incuse over the statement ".999 SILVER" and is neatly worked into the reverse design.   The edge is reeded with a with an area noting that it is a PATTERN engraved into the edge.  We have been told than only a couple of hundred pattern strikes of these were made. 

Our "limited time" Price Gold over 1oz Pure Silver $65.00 each
We have 25 of these that we had Minted Special without the gold
 plating for those who just want to collect it as a 1oz silver round!  Very RARE -- $65.00 each
We also have this struck on a gold plated copper planchet for $24.99 each


Special Issues From ROM

1895-D Morgan Peace Dollar
"Mule"
Brilliant Uncirculated
Or
Toned


"Exact Size" Reproduction
  

    This is the Royal Oak Mint's "exact size" reproduction of their first attempt at a Morgan Dollar Obverse "muled" with a Peace Dollar Reverse.  On this attempt, ROM ultimately decided that the production department had created this rarity with an obverse die that was a bit too worn (it shows a bit of weakness in the hair due to die polishing and use) and rejected the coins (and then created a new obverse die for future strikings of their 1895 Branch Mint coins).
    Interestingly, they never returned to the concept of creating a business strike version of a Morgan/Peace Dollar Mule -- though they later settled on creating both a Morgan/Peace and Peace/Morgan Mule in Cameo Proof ( which we will also be offering as soon a time permits us to get them into the listings -- or just email me for a price).  ROM has indicated that they will never make more mules of this coin and that the total mintage is set at 20 pieces worldwide.
    Of that mintage, 15 were left, (five were given away), sitting on a tray destined to be returned to the production department, along with about 200 coins, for destruction.  Before doing so, ROM allowed me to review the batch of 200+ coins and offered to sell any that I wanted at a reduced price.
    Originally my intent was to find some of the rejected MS63/64 dollars, (ROM only delivers MS65 or better), for use in jewelry and belt buckles.  After buying all of these, I was shown the "Mules" and decided to buy every one of them too.  Even if they were a bit weak in hair detail, I knew that some of the die-hard ROM fans would want one!
    Since the coins were left out sitting on a tray for well over a year, some that were near a window have developed very nice toning while others are still perfectly white.  We show an example of the toned pieces simply because they scan better.  You may ask for a toned version or a brilliant version.   All of these coins will grade MS65 or better.  Get yours at just $85.00 while the small supply lasts!


Silver Dollar "Mules"

Mintages of Just 20 Each -- No more will be made!

1836 Gobrecht Dollar Obv w/ Morgan Dollar Rev Proofs
1836 Gobrecht Dollar Obv w/ Trade Dollar Rev Proofs
1885 Trade Dollar w/ Gobrecht Dollar Rev Proofs
1885 Trade Dollar w/ Morgan Dollar Rev Proofs
1895 Morgan Dollar w/ Gobrecht Dollar Rev Proofs
1895 Morgan Dollar w/ Morgan Dollar Rev Proofs
1895 Morgan Dollar w/ Peace Dollar Rev
1964-D Peace Dollar w/ Gobrecht Dollar Rev Proofs
1964-D Peace Dollar w/ Morgan Dollar Rev Proofs
1964-D Peace Dollar w/ Morgan Dollar "CC" Rev Matte Unc/BU

Your pick at just $95.00 each.


Special Silver-Cent Issues  

Ever since Royal Oak Mint first issued the 1856 Flying Eagle Cent reproductions, a  segment of our buyers have been asking if any of the non-silver issues will ever be struck in a special edition of silver.  In response to that demand ROM has decided to issue all the cents in .999 fine silver.  The following dates are now available in silver: 1793 Chain, 1793 Wreath, 1793 Liberty Cap 1799, 1804, 1856, 1877 Proof, 1909-S Indian Head Proof, 1909-S Lincoln, 1909-S VDB, 1914-D, 1922 No D, 1943-D, 1944, 1955/55 Doubled Die and 1974.  The mintage on these coins is strictly limited to 100 pieces.  No more will be made.
    In an interesting twist of never ending errors from ROM, the minting facility created two major errors while minting these issues.  After striking the 1909-S VDB, they went on to strike the 1914-D and 1922 with the same reverse die bearing the VDB.  Thus there will be an "error" version and a "corrected" version for the 1914-D and 1922.  The Royal Oak Mint is almost sold out on all of these issues which will they will never strike again!   We offer them as follows:

1793 Liberty Cap Half Cent    $35.00
1793 Chain Cent BU Struck in .999 fine silver     $49.00
1793 Wreath Cent BU Struck in .999 fine silver     $49.00
1793 Liberty Cap Cent BU Struck in .999 fine silver     $49.00
1799 Draped Bust Cent BU Struck in .999 fine silver     $49.00
1804 Wreath Cent BU Struck in .999 fine silver     $49.00
1793 Liberty Cap Cent Proof Struck in .999 fine silver     $49.00

1956 Flying Eagle 1c Cameo Proof  .999 fine silver $44.00
1856 Flying Eagle 1c BU Struck in .999 fine silver     $39.00
1877 Proof Indian Head 1c Struck in .999 fine silver  $39.00
1909-S Indian Head Cameo Proof 1c Struck in .999 fine silver $39.00
1909-S Lincoln 1c Struck in .999 fine silver     $39.00
1909-S VDB 1c  Struck in .999 fine silver     $39.00
1914-D 1c w/"error reverse" bearing VDB  .999 fine silver  $39.00
1914-D 1c w/"corrected reverse" Struck in .999 fine silver  $39.00
1922 No D 1c w/"error reverse" bearing VDB.999 fine silver  $39.00
1922 No D 1c w/"corrected reverse" Struck in .999 fine silver  $39.00
1943-D 1c Struck in .999 fine silver     $39.00
1931-S Lincoln 1c Struck in .999 fine silver     $39.00
1944 1c Struck in .999 fine silver     $39.00
1955 Doubled Die 1c Struck in .999 fine silver   $39.00
1972/72 Doubled Die 1c Struck in .999 fine silver   $39.00
1974 1c Struck in .999 fine silver     $39.00


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Trial Strikes - Errors - Pièces de Caprice


This is one of the trial strikes made with a matte finish -- mintage only 10

1861 Confederate Cent struck on copper planchet of approximately correct specs; rev shows "COPY" neatly worked into wreath as required by the Hobby Protection Act Satin or matte finish.  Mintage only 10  $75.00

1856 Flying Eagle "Matte Specimen" Strike!   This is one of the first 196 pieces that ROM made for its first issue.  Most all were sold at coin shows in Michigan within 50 miles of ROM to introduce their product to see how it would go.  We purchased well over half the mintage but have been out of this one for a couple of years with only one or two pieces coming back in from the secondary market.  Even at $75 each -- we could not keep these in stock!  We have just located two pieces in the Michigan area and offer them here to the collectors who must have them all or the best!  These first production strikes had a light satiny matte finish that ROM decided it did not desire for their regular run.  In fact the finish turned out to be far superior to that of the later production strikes!  Just check out the detail and fine finish shown in the images above!  In the past we've sold these for as high as $75.  The two offered here are struck through a tiny bit of lint (which actually plagued the majority of first strikes).  Though rather typical of the issue, we'll call these MS64+.  In truth -- they are gems!  We offer them each at  $65.00  

1856 Flying Eagle Cent "Off Metal" struck on a copper 1c blank (as intended for ROM's Indian Head and Lincoln Cents).  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 50!  Few remain!   $50.00

1856 Flying Eagle Proof Cent "Mule" struck with a BU Indian Head Cent Reverse.  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1856 Flying Eagle Proof Cent "Mule" struck with a BU Wheat Cent "VDB" Reverse.  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1856 Flying Eagle Proof Cent "Mule" struck with a Matte BU Memorial Cent Reverse.  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1856 Flying Eagle Proof Cent  "Off Metal" struck on a steel 1c blank (as intended for ROM's 1944 Steel Lincoln Cents).  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1856 Flying Eagle Proof Cent "Off Metal" struck on a Aluminum 1c blank (as intended for ROM's 1974 Aluminum Lincoln Cents).  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1856 Flying Eagle Cent "Trial Strike" from Transfer Dies.  When ROM broke their obverse die for this issue they attempted to resurrect it, (for additional proof strikes that were planned but never made), by creating one via the "spark erosion" or EDM process.  While the quality of the die may have been suitable to some, at least for regular strikes, ROM felt it was inferior and abandoned the project.  Only 12 trial strikes were made from this die (which was paired with the original reverse).  There are a number of interesting "blems" or "spikes" in the obverse fields of this coin that make it distinctive from the earlier issues.  We purchased half the mintage and offer specimens at the Mint's price.  They come packaged up with the pertinent information hand written on the holder and initialed by ROM's president.    $50.00

1856 Flying Eagle Cent "Trial Strike" Ty-2 BU 180 Degree Rotated Reverse; mintage only 30 pieces.  $50.00

1877 Indian Head Cent "Off Metal" struck on a Cupro-Nickel blank (as intended for the 1856 Flying Eagle Cents).  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 75!  Few remain!   $50.00

1877 Indian Head Cameo Proof Cent  "Off Metal" struck on a Steel Cent blank (as intended for ROM's 1944 Steel Cents).  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1877 Indian Head Cameo Proof Cent "Off Metal" struck on a Aluminum Cent blank (as intended for ROM's 1974 Aluminum Cents).  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1877 Indian Head Cameo Proof Cent "Mule" struck with a Cameo Proof Flying Eagle Cent Reverse.  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1877 Indian Head Cent BU "Mule" struck with a BU Wheat Cent "VDB" Reverse.  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 25!  Few remain!   $100.00

1877 Indian Head Cent Cameo Proof Cent "Mule" struck with a BU Wheat Cent Reverse.  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1877 Indian Head Cent Cameo Proof Cent "Mule" struck with a Matte BU Memorial Cent Reverse.  This is a Pièce de Caprice with a mintage of only 20!  Few remain!   $100.00

1877 Indian Head Cent Major Off Center Strike!  Very few of these were made with only four or five seen so far.  I have one in stock that has the COPY mark punched into the blank area.  Nice BU $35.00

1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent "Mule" struck with an Indian Head reverse die 25 minted  $100.00

1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent "Mule" struck with an Indian Head reverse die as above except with a special toned brown finish to make it look circulated.  This is part of the 25 minted above $50.00

1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent struck on a left-over 1856 Copper-nickel 1c planchet. 75 minted $35.00

191X-D Lincoln Cent Double Struck!  This is a 1914-D but the 4 does not show.  Nice double strike both strikes are Off Center.   Royal Oak Mint "Exact-Size" Reproduction.  ROM does not produce intentional errors -- this is one of less than a half dozen 1914-D production errors ROM reported produced for this issue.  Looks and feels just like the real thing! BU   $35.00

1914-D Lincoln Cent 15% Off Center.  Royal Oak Mint "Exact-Size" Reproduction.  ROM does not produce intentional errors -- this is one of less than a half dozen 1914-D production errors ROM reported produced for this issue.  Looks and feels just like the real thing!     BU $49.00

1914-D Lincoln Cent 25% Off Center.   Royal Oak Mint "Exact-Size" Reproduction.  ROM does not produce intentional errors -- this is one of less than a half dozen 1914-D production errors ROM reported produced for this issue.  Looks and feels just like the real thing!   BU   $55.00

191(4)-D Lincoln Cent 25% Off Center.   Royal Oak Mint "Exact-Size" Reproduction.  ROM does not produce intentional errors -- this is one of less than a half dozen 1914-D production errors ROM reported produced for this issue.  Looks and feels just like the real thing! BU $49.00

1914-D Lincoln Cent Massive Strike Through Obv. Error & Broadstruck.   Looks like it was struck through a disc of really course material.  95% of entire field is textured!  Super nice and must be seen!   Royal Oak Mint "Exact-Size" Reproduction.  ROM does not produce intentional errors -- this is one of less than a half dozen 1914-D production errors ROM reported produced for this issue.  Looks and feels just like the real thing! BU $50.00

1943-D Copper Cent Reproduction Medallic Rotation Trial Strike Mintage 30 $35.00

1944 Steel Cent Reproduction Medallic Rotation Trial Strike Mintage 30 $35.00

1955 Doubled Die Cent. Trial Strike on top of a thick CuNi planchet. 50 mintage $40.00

1885 Liberty Nickel Struck Through at reverse rim from T of Cents to 1st A of AMERICA.  Not a super strike through error but obvious.  BU     $14.00

1885 Liberty Nickel Double Struck.  Both  centered and both partial collar strikes.  2nd strike obliterated most of earlier strike but much can still be seen with a glass of individual letters flattened into the field; two rows of rim denticles, one shifted north of the other is very obvious to the naked eye esp. at the lower half of rim on reveres.  Double Railroad Rim!  Some spreading!  Nice BU    $75.00

1885 Liberty Nickel Off Center Broadstrike.  About 7% Off Center!  Nice BU    $49.00

1913 Liberty Nickel Proof. Error Strike/1800 Rotated Reverse "Medal Alignment." Approx. 250 produced in this manner.  This is a true error that was found by me in the first shipment of these coins from the Mint!   $14.50

1913 Liberty Nickel Proof.  This is one of the first 70 pieces struck from dies that were rejected due weakness of detail in the portrait, etc.  We originally refused to handle these but a few folks that desire all the ROM varieties have asked for them.  We have two in stock so if interested don't wait as we may not get more. each  $25.00

1894-S Type-1 Proof Barber Dime "Trial Strike"  180 degree rotated reverse die "medal alignment" (as intended to distinguish it from regular strikes) 30 minted    $35.00

1894-S Type-2 Proof Barber Dime "Trial Strike"  180 degree rotated reverse die "medal alignment" (as intended to distinguish it from regular strikes) 30 minted    $35.00

1916-D Mercury Dime "Trial Strike"  Obv die is satiny with many die lines in field, narrow rims.  400 struck $19.95

1916-D 10c "Trial Strike" Wider rims that the dies finally approved by ROM, 90 degree rotated reverse -- though not an error.  Very Nice!  Only 10 struck!   $100.00

1916-D 10c "Trial Strike" as above but with a little work to subdue the obverse frost on the devices; die alignment normal. Wider rims than the dies finally approved, Very Nice!  21 pieces minted    $75.00

1921 Mercury Dime Reproduction Medallic Rotation Trial Strike Mintage 30 $35.00

1921-D Mercury Dime "Trial Strike" struck in "Medal Alignment" 30 mintage!  Nice frosty BU finish!  $35.00

1942/1 Overdate Mercury Dime "Trial Strike" struck in "Medal Alignment" 30 mintage!  Nice frosty BU finish!  $35.00

1942/1-D Overdate Mercury Dime "Trial Strike" struck in "Medal Alignment;" also has a different obverse die than adopted.  This one shows the Overdate a little less prominently than the die finally approved.  30 mintage!  Nice frosty BU finish!  $50.00

1942/1-D Overdate Mercury Dime "Trial Strike" struck in "Medal Alignment;" has a same obverse die as adopted. This one shows the Overdate more prominently than the first obverse die that was rejected. 30 mintage! Nice frosty BU finish! $35.00


1921 Walking Liberty/Hawaii 50c "Mule" Trials

Most folks have no idea of the time and expense ROM goes through to produce dies they deem acceptable for their rare-coin-reproductions.  ROM's 1921 Walking Liberty half dollars (which they made for all three Mints) is a prime example.  ROM had to make three obverse dies for the 1921 WLH before an acceptable die was produced. Of those three dies, four distinct obverse varieties were made. Die pair 1 was created with designs and fields that were too flat and both dies and were rejected with only 10 trial strikes made for each of the three Mints (P, D, S). Die pair 2 resulted in an acceptable reverse but an obverse that had the date entered into the die at a slight angle as if in italics and was rejected, again with only 10 trials made for each Mint.  Undoubtedly the most interesting were those ROM ordered the production department to strike of their third version of the obverse. To make Die pair 3, Obverse Die 2 was sent to a NY firm that specializes in die repair who welded in the date with a patch for D2 steel. The die was then send to an engraver for finishing and reentry of the date.  After that the die was sent to the heat treater and then back to the production department where thirty-five trials were ordered struck struck with just one reverse.  To the dismay of ROM, it came in with a larger than normal date!  Thus, that obverse die, like its predecessors, was ultimately rejected.  Even stranger though, was the fact that the production department mistakenly struck the trials for Die pair 3 with the Commemorative Hawaiian half dollar reverse that was on hand.  Thus, ROM's Die pair 3 (or Ty-3 if you prefer) 1921 Walking Liberty half obverse w/Large Date is only available with a Hawaiian reverse!  Apparently, nobody in the production department remembered what the reverse for the WLH looked like!  It is a true "mule" made in error and no more will be made.  We have several available at ROM's official price of $65.00 each.


1893-0 Morgan Dollar Reproduction Medallic Rotation Trial Strike Mintage 30 $65.00

1894-0 Morgan Dollar Reproduction Medallic Rotation Trial Strike Mintage 30 $65.00

1895-0 Morgan Dollar Reproduction Medallic Rotation Trial Strike Mintage 30 $65.00

1964-D Peace Dollar Nice Frosty BU design as adopted except the finish was matted a bit more for the regular strikes. Mintage 10 $100.00

1964-D Peace Dollar Nice Frosty BU Medallic Rotation Trial Strike Mintage 30 $79.00

1964-D Peace Dollar Cameo Proof Trial Strike Obverse Die Rejected; nose and chin slimmer and more pointed than adopted design, other differences apparent. 10 Minted $100.00

1964-D Peace Dollar Cameo Proof from new obverse die with fuller nose and chin, etc., die rejected due to incomplete frosting (not applied to letters and date) 20 made $79.00

1964-D Peace Dollar Cameo Proof from new obverse die (as adopted) Medallic Rotation Trial Strike Mintage 30 $79.95


Odds & Ends

The Legendary ...
Five Million Dollar!
1913 Liberty Nickel!
Rare Coin Reproduction
Huge 47 mm (nearly 2 Inches) In Diameter
So Large it is Nearly 10x Heavier than a Real Nickel!


Image © Ken Potter 2008 - Not to be used without permission.

    This is a tribute to the Legendary 1913 Liberty Head Nickel which sold for $3,000,000 (3 million dollars) the last time one traded and now lists in the Professional Coin Grading Service's Price Guide at 5 million for the highest grade example!  It is the most famous and valuable nickel in the word!  This solid nickel-alloy tribute coin for those folks looking for something really unusual and of extremely high quality.  You'll knock 'em dead when you pull this oversize monster out of your pocket!  It's actually weighs nearly ten-times more than the original 1913 Liberty Nickel!  This is a flawless "cameo" proof-like strike; the backgrounds are perfect reflective "blazing-mirrors" and the designs are frosty white.  The contrast between the mirror-like backgrounds and designs is stunning!  Add this one to your collection today! $12.99 each


    1936 U.S. Government Proof Set Tribute in case by National Collectors Mint. 
Cent through Walking Liberty Half dollar. Silver coins are probably silver-clad. COPY mark on reverse of all coins.  Coins seem exact-size or very close  Only one set in stock.  $42.00



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