The Evolution of US Coins
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The Evolution of US Coins

Today you have the chance to own a collection of US coins telling the story of American history through coinage.

Nineteen US Coins showcasing four denominations

With a total of 19 historic US coins, including the famous Jefferson Nickel and the impressive Washington Quarter, some of these designs are almost 90 years old and tell the incredible story of US coinage.

The collection showcases the design changes of four different denominations throughout American history, making it a must have for any US coin collector.

Just 147 Available

Sourcing just one collectable historic coin from overseas is no easy task. But looking for a complete collection as extensive as this is even harder from the UK. We have used contacts in America to bring this collection over to the UK just for Westminster Collectors, but we ONLY have 147 available.

Each collection comes in a presentation folder accompanied by information detailing your collection, as well as a certificate of authenticity from the issuing Mint.

Secure yours now for JUST £39.99

You can secure your Evolution of US Coins collection today for just £39.99 (+p&p). But with a high demand expected for these collections and a limited number available, you’ll need to act quickly to secure yours.

Click Add to basket below to secure your collection before it’s too late >>

Order Ref 185/384R/9

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: US
  • Metal: Various Base Metal
  • Presentation folder diameter: 26.67cm x 21.59
  • Coins icnluded: 6x Lincoln Cents, 5x Jefferson Nickels, 4x Washington Quarters
  • 4x Golden Dollars

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.