Why you should buy from Frist coin company (USA, California)?

26 january 2017, 00:30

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Why you should buy from Frist coin company (USA, California)? US Coins - coins, embossing on the US Mint. Available from 1792 [2] to this day. In the second half of 2010 in wide circulation are coins in nominal value of: 1 cent (1 ¢) - common name Penny (English penny.); 5 cents (5 ¢) - common name Nickel (English nickel.); 10 cents (10 ¢) - in everyday life and as a denomination used the name of a dime (English a dime - is derived from the French word of the XVIII century disme, means "tithe" or "tenth part";.

Russian counterpart - the dime); 25 cents (25 ¢) - in everyday life and as a denomination used the name of the Quarter (the quarter English - Russian quarter;. Analogue - a quarter or polupoltina); 1 dollar ($ 1) - common name tank (English buck.). 50-cent coin (in everyday life and as a denomination used the name of the halfpipe or Half;.

. The half English - Russian half; analogue - poltina) minted in small numbers, mainly for collectors, and only a small amount gets into circulation. Emboss and memorabilia, commemorative and investment coins. Coinage Act 1985 [120] were allowed to produce gold bullion coins. After more than 50-year break (before the last gold coins were minted in 1933) in 1986, they began to produce again.

Since 1986, the annual coin of 91.67% solution of gold coins of $ 5, $ 10, $ 25 and $ 50. Their front side repeats the obverse of coins $ 20 Saint Gaudens, which were in use from 1907 to 1933. The reverse depicts an eagle, which carries the symbol of peace - an olive branch - in a nest with eaglets Orlicí and [122]. In 2006, we began to produce $ 50 coin of 99.

99% solution of gold, which is almost completely repeats design 5 cents with the image of an Indian. The coin also produced annually. In 2008, it was struck 5-, 10- and 25-dollar coins similar to $ 50, corresponding to the weight [123]. Since these coins are investment and are not intended for treatment, then they also indicate the weight. And it is not the weight of the coins, and the weight is in her pure gold.

Depending on the denomination, he is: $ 5 - 1/10 of an ounce $ 10 - 1/4 of an ounce $ 25 - 1/2 of an ounce.

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