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Buy American Coins and Collectable Coins Online

Coin collecting can be a fun and potentially profitable hobby, and Heartland America has what you need to get started on your collection, from coin sorting machines to the collectible coins themselves. From coin sets that make great gifts to bags of American coins that could contain rare treasures, our catalog is sure to please any numismatist. And since our online ordering process is simple and secure, it's easy to buy what you need and have it shipped to your home. Investing in a coin collection with Heartland America just makes cents!

What Are Collectible Coins?

Collectible coins are coins that hold some aesthetic or historic value. Generally speaking, the older and rarer a coin is, the more likely it is that the coin could be considered valuable to a collector.

How Much Are Collectible Coins Worth?

Each collectible coin has a different value based on several factors, such as its age, rarity, and condition. Some collectible coins may only be worth a few cents or dollars more than their minted value, while some of the rarest coins in existence can sell for millions of dollars.

What Is a Coin Sorter?

A coin sorter is a machine that automatically separates and organizes a random assortment of coins into groups by denomination.

Which Gold Coins Are Worth Money?

Technically speaking, any collectible coins made from gold would hold some value, even if it's just for the gold itself. However, any gold coin minted before 1933 generally holds the most value. One example is the Saint-Gaudens double eagle, which can sell for as much as $1,200,000 in perfect condition.

Which U.S. Coins Are Worth Money?

Nearly all American coins hold at least some value. Some of the most valuable coins you should keep an eye out for, however, include the 1794 Flowing Hair dollar, the 1838 O Capped Bust half-dollar, and the 1943 Lincoln copper penny.

How Do I Know if My Coins Are Valuable?

There are several ways to tell if one of your U.S. collectible coins might hold any extra value, such as by looking at how long ago it was minted or whether it contains any printing errors. The best way to determine your coin's worth, though, is to take it to a coin who can appraise it for you.

What Are the Rarest U.S. Collectible Coins?

Some of the rarest American coins include:

  • 1933 Saint-Gaudens double eagle
  • 1943 Lincoln copper penny
  • 1913 Liberty Head nickel
  • 1794 Flowing Hair silver dollar
  • 1870-S silver dollar

What Are the Most Valuable U.S. Collectible Coins?

Some of the most valuable American coins include:

  • 1849 Coronet Head gold double eagle: $17,040,329
  • 1794 Flowing Hair silver dollar: $11,199,717
  • 1933 Saint-Gaudens double eagle: $8,430,345
  • 1822 Capped Bust gold half-eagle: $7,955,881
  • 1870-S Indian Princess Head gold $3 coin: $6,475,007

Are U.S. Mint Coins Worth Anything?

U.S. Mint collectible coin sets do hold some value, but as with all coin collecting, the value of a set will depend in part on its date. The highest valued of them are dated between 1947 and 1958.

How Can I Buy U.S. Collectible Coins?

One great way to buy American coins is by purchasing them from Heartland America. We have a wide variety of coins that you can purchase as an investment for your future or just as a fun addition to your collection. You can also buy coins by attending coin shows, contacting other collectors for trades, and searching local flea markets and coin rolls from your bank.