1907 Indian Head Eagle Gold 10 Dollar $10 Indian Head Eagle Gold Coins – 1907 to 1933 - The $10 Indian Head Eagle gold coin, also know as the $10 Eagle, minted from 1907 to 1933, is considered to be one of the most beautiful American gold coins produced by the U.S. Mint.
Type II Buffalo Nickel 1913 Buffalo Head Nickel – The First Year For Buffalo Head Nickels - The first year the Buffalo Head Nickel (also known as the Indian Head Nickel) was minted was 1913. The coin was struck at each of the 3 Mints, Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco.
1793 Flowing Hair Wreath Cent - National Museum of American History The United States Coinage Act of 1792 - The United States Coinage Act of 1792 (or Mint Act) was "An Act establishing a Mint, and regulating the Coins of the United States". It created the United States Silver Dollar as the standard money and lawful tender of the United States, together with a decimal system for US currency.
one pound edge inscription Edge Inscriptions on the Round One Pound Coin - One of the interesting features of the round pound was the edge inscription. Although it is not uncommon to have edge inscriptions they do not appear on all coins as plain or milled edges are often used.