Denver Gold and Silver Exchange
5475 Leetsdale Dr Suite 210
Denver, Colorado 80246
Monday - Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
Sundays by Appointment Only
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accolated, conjoined, jugate
Design with two heads facing the same direction and overlapping.
Coins, tokens, etc., unsorted, unclassified, and unattributed; not
Filing down the face of an overweight planchet. Such filing marks
often survive the coining process. This is common on 18th century
Cast bronze issue of the Roman republic; literally "heavy bronze."
Large cast rectangular bronze coin, one of the earliest Roman coins.
Mixture of more than one metal.
A coin or other numismatic item that has been deliberately changed,
usually to make it resemble a rare or more valuable piece.
American Arts Gold Medallions
A series of 1ounce and half-ounce gold bullion medals issued by
the U.S. Mint from 1980-84. Medals depict great American artists,
writers and actors. See also medallion.
Bullion coins released by the U.S. Mint beginning in October 1986.
Five coins are available: a 1-ounce, .999 fine silver coin with
$1 face value; a 1-ounce, .9167 fine gold coin with $50 face value;
a half-ounce, .9167 fine gold coin with $25 face value; a quarter-ounce,
.9167 fine gold coin with $10 face value; and a tenth-ounce, .9167
fine gold coin with $5 face value. Coins are sold at prices based
on current metal prices plus a markup. See also eagle.
American Numismatic Association: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Generally any coin issued before A.D. 500.
To soften dies, planchets or metal by heat treatment.
Primitive copper money of China ca. 600 B.C.
(Plural: asses) Bronze or orichalcum coins of the Roman republic.
Analytic test or trial to ascertain the fineness, weight and consistency
of precious or other metal in coin or bullion. An assay piece is
one that has been assayed.
The identification of a numismatic item by characteristics such
as issuing authority, date or period, Mint, denomination, metal
in which struck, and by a standard reference.
Almost Uncirculated (AU) - Small trace of wear visible on the
Method of selling by which items are presented for sale to the highest
Authoritative determination of the genuineness of a numismatic item.