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PMJ Coins - Selling Coins

March 20th, 2018

Serious coin collectors usually have a specific reason for selling a rare coin. Of course, taking profits on an investment is always a good reason! But most often, avid coin collectors sell rare coins to free cash to purchase another rare coin and "fill a void" in their collections. Each rare coin sale is part of a much larger plan. Amateur ...

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PMJ Coins - The Gift of a rare Gold or Silver Coin

March 13th, 2018

Nowadays, people are looking for gifts that have more meaning and durability than what we've grown accustomed to in today's plastic, easy-come-easy-go culture. For weddings, anniversaries,baptisms, bar mitzvahs, birthdays and more, Morgan Dollars, Peace Dollars, U.S. Proof sets and all varieties of Gold and Silver Coins are being offered as enduring keepsakes of momentous occasions. People of all walks of life ...

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Peace Dollar - PMJ Coins

January 12th, 2018

It was in the wake of World War I that Antonio de Francisci's Peace dollar (1921-1928, and 1934-1935) was first minted, reflecting a weary world's sentiment that the time for expressions of peace had finally arrived. Today, Peace dollars, including the 1934-S $1 NGC MS62, are highly sought after by savvy, expert coin dealers and refined amateur coin collector enthusiasts. In ...

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PMJ Coins - $20 Gold

January 12th, 2018

The plentiful gold and silver that came from American western expansion in the late 1800’s created a boon for congress and the U.S. Mint, where politicians and designers alike were eager to monetize the nation’s growing fortunes. In those days, a tightly knit group of influential sculptors and engravers worked the political machine to create markedly American coinage, including the ...

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PMJ Coins - $10 Gold

January 12th, 2018

In the late 1800’s the United States was enjoying ever-broader recognition of its industrial prowess, as inventions including the sewing machine, internal combustion engine, phonograph and telephone transformed the face of humanity.Eager to manifest the country’s rising stature, the U.S. Mint continued producing of $5 and $10 Gold coins that include distinctly American images includinglady liberty and the American bald ...

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PMJ Coins - $5 Gold

January 12th, 2018

Beyond the baseline value of the gold used to mint the $5 Indian Head, Classic Head and Liberty Gold coin series, there are far more important reasons why experienced numismatists and rare coin dealershave at least a few of these historical, $5 gold coin gems in their collections. The $5 Gold coin was minted for some 70 years, making it relatively ...

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