The dime with President Franklin D. Roosevelt is so ordinary in today's world that it's easy for it to be overlooked or even taken for granted.
Love it or hate it, the penny has been around in American for quite some time. But when was the last time you actually used a penny?
Lady Liberty through has been used to define an ideology of an entire nation. Learn how she has been depicted through the years in American Coinage.
As far as currency goes, there may not be anything more ubiquitous than coins. But how were these small discs of metal created before modern innovation?
The 1933 double eagle is one of the most valuable and controversial coins the history of American coinage. Learn the backstory about the holy grail of coins.
Coin hobbyists and serious investors alike know about the U.S. Barber series of coins. The half dollar of this series has an especially interesting history.
From the Brasher Doubloon to the 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar, there is no shortage of rare and desirable coins out there in the world.
New Orleans, Louisiana is a city rich in history that was founded in 1718. One can be certain that a great deal of gold from Mexico flowed through its port on the Mississippi River long before it got its Mint in 1835.
When it comes to rare silver coins, the Standing Liberty quarter is certainly one that has garnered a lot of attention from collectors and historians through the years.
The very first gold coin ever minted in the United States by the federal government is known as the Flowing Hair Dollar.