A complete set of very scarce and valuable coins has been obtained from the year of 1910.
Yes, a complete set of coins that are over 100 years old!
These coins are some of the oldest and most magnificent coins seen in a very long time... 100 years in fact! Just think of that... I don’t know anyone that is 100 years old, do you? Who would still have coins this old? Practically no one, which makes expectations even higher for these coins.
Right now you have the chance to get a complete set of 1910 coins. Yes, all of them; the 1910 cent, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar... all from over 100 years ago.
This set of coins is phenomenal... it will take you back to the early twentieth century marking an era of beginnings and endings.... when people could buy homes from the Sears Catalog of Modern Homes... a teacher's annual pay was $325... Ping pong was an inexpensive mimic for the lawn tennis only played by the rich... 15 states had speed limits of a whopping 20 miles per hour...
This set includes:
The 1910 Lincoln Cent...
Honoring an actual person. No other coin had ever had an actual person on it, until the Lincoln Cent of 1910 to honor the 100th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth.
The 1910 Liberty Head Nickel...
It is said within the coin collecting industry that there is no better Liberty Head Nickel than the 1910. There was such a low mintage number for the 1910 Liberty Head Nickel that it is next-to-impossible to find and obtain them.
The 1910 Barber Dime... 90% fine silver.
This series is commonly collected by everyone from beginners to more advanced collectors. And collectors are now showing a renewed interest in this beautiful coin and the other Barber series coins, making them quite a challenge to locate due to the early hoarding of original BU rolls.
The 1910 Barber Quarter Dollar... 90% fine silver
The 1910 Barber Quarter is truly a scarce coin with demand greatly exceeding supply. The low mintage of this date just fuels that demand.
The 1910 Barber Half Dollar... 90% fine silver
Barber Half Dollars were struck for a total of 24 years, but the total output of Barber half dollars for all 24 years was less than half the number of Kennedy halves struck in just 1964 at the Philadelphia Mint alone. Back then, Barber halves could have bought a man's shirt or two pairs of suspenders. Money certainly went further in the "good old days"!
What a collection you can now own!
If you tried to buy all of these 1910 coins separately you could spend thousands of dollars or more. And that's if you could find them! The United States Commemorative Gallery is releasing the complete 1910 set for only $79! That's $20 off the regular price of $99.
Save even more when you purchase two 1910 Coin Sets for only $138 and we'll send you a FREE 2010 Coin Set!