United States Coins Auction Sale



United States coins for sale including Morgan Dollars, Buffalo Nickels, Liberty Walking halves, proof coins, and Indian Head pennies. PCGS, NGC, ANACS, SEGS, GSA, PCI, ACCUGRADE certified coins.

Participating in an online coin auction is a great way for any coin collector to buy or sell coins. You can obtain desirable key date coins in fantastic grades and remarkable values using online coin auctions. Coin collectors can comparison shop for all types and grades of U.S. coins with our live auction listings. From silver dollars to U. S. gold proof coins and proof sets, collectors can get the best prices on the coins you need. Our inventory changes hourly so visit us often.

Collecting United States coins provides an enjoyable hobby as well as the potential for a good financial return months or years down the road when the coins are sold. If you are looking at coins for investment purposes keep in mind that coins that have been the most sought after by collectors and investors for several decades are likely to be the same coins that will remain highly collectable and sought after in the future. In the last few years, some amazing prices have been paid for rare U.S. coins have in highly publicized coin auctions. Collecting or investing in key date low mintage high grade coins over time will rise in value the longer you keep them.

Featured Rare Coins for Sale

Rare Morgan Silver Dollars
Three of the most valuable Morgan silver dollar coins ever minted.

1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent
The San Francisco Mint produced only 484,000 of the 1909-S VDB Lincoln head cent coins making them rare and much sought after by United States coin collectors in higher condition grades.

1955 Double Die Lincoln Cent
Due to a minting error at the Philadelphia Mint there are only twenty four thousand of these one cent coins available to coin collectors.

Indian Head $10 Gold Coins
The Indian Head featured on the obverse of this beautiful gold coin is really a depiction of Miss Libberty adorned in a feathered Native American headdress.

Key Date US Coins

Key Date Indian Cents
A reference list for U.S. coin collectors of rare key date U.S. Indian Head one cent coins by date, mintmark and number of coins minted.

Key Date Lincoln Wheat Cents
Semi-key date and rare key date U.S. Lincoln Wheat Cent coins by date, mintmark and number of coins minted.

PCGS and NGC Certified Coins
Certified or also referred to as slabbed coins that have been professionally graded by PCGS and NGC, guarantee the grade and authenticity of any coin that passes their rigorous grading standards.

US Coin Mintages

Buffalo Nickel Mintages
Flying Eagle Cent Mintages
Franklin Half Dollar Mintages
Indian Head Cent Mintages
Liberty Head Nickel Mintages
Lincoln Wheat Cent Mintages
Silver Peace Dollar Mintages
Walking Liberty Halves Mintages

Gold and Silver Bullion

Gold Bullion Bars
Gold bars offer investors an easy way to own a tangible investment that you can touch and feel. Popular gold bullion bars with gold investors are Englehard, Johnson Matthey, Credit Suisse and Pamp Suisse.

Englehard Silver Bars
Silver investors can purchase hard to find Englehard silver bars in ten ounce and one hundred ounce sizes.

Featured Coin Related Articles

Silver Content of United States Coins
US coin collectors and silver bullion coin investors can find out exactly how much pure silver your silver coins contain and determine the melt value.

Civil War Tokens
Civil war tokens were privately minted coins that were used as currency to purchase goods and services during the American Civil War during the years 1862 to 1864.

Dead Presidents on U.S. Coins
The United States has a tradition of only placing portraits of dead Presidents on the obverse of coins produced by the U.S. Mint.

Junk Silver Coins
Junk silver coins are 90% silver U.S. coins with common dates minted prior to 1965. The silver content value of these silver coins exceeds the coins numismatic value.