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Great selection on Silver Coins and US coin Mint Sets. Silver coins that are made perfectly for collectors are the Silver Eagle, commemorative silver dollars, and American the beautiful quarters. Silver Eagles were first introduced and sold by the Mint in 1986; it was the only single year to break the million coin mark the inaugural 1986 strikes of which 1,446,778 were sold. Adolph A. Weinman�s representation of the "Walking Liberty" is displayed on the obverse side of all of the Silver American Eagles. The design was initially used on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar which appears around 1916-1947. It is considered one of the most beautiful designs to ever be struck on a coin of the United States. Surrounding the design will be the words of �liberty, in god we trust� and the year.

Silver eagle coins come in three different types, proof coins, bullion, and uncirculated. Commemorative Silver Dollars are also very appealing to everyone, usually they are dedicated to remember or celebrate something two that are well known are the US Army silver dollars and the Medal of Honor silver dollars.4

Lastly is the America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof. These are either sold as a whole set or individually. Specifically the 2011 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof coins features the second year issue honors the Gettysburg National Military Park, Glacier National Park, Olympic National Park, Vicksburg National Military Park and Chickasaw National Recreation Area. Every one of these quarters is struck in 90% silver.

Features at American Coin Treasures are also Unites States Mint Sets.
These sets are Mint marked with the tiny letters stamped into the dies to denote the mint at which a particular coin was struck. Mint sets best items at American Coin treasures include the Barber Dime Mint Mark Collection, Barber Quarter Mint Mark Collection, and Barber Half Dollar Barber Mint Mark Collections. These specific coin sets compliment well with each other. All sets are designed similar. The Barber�s were named after the designer Charles E. Barber, made from 1892 until 1916 The Barber dime features a head of Liberty facing right On the Barber dime the mint mark can be found on the reverse, just below the wreath a classic in U.S. coinage. Each coin set contains four different mints: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, and New Orleans. The neat thing with these sets is that they all include their own history and are showcased in a fine-looking portfolio.