Denver Gold and Silver Exchange
5475 Leetsdale Dr Suite 210
Denver, Colorado 80246
Monday - Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
Sundays by Appointment Only
Call anytime - leave a message: Main Number: 303-333-1411
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Coinage defect consisting of a portion of the metal
separating from the rest due to impurities or
internal stresses; common with clad or plated
Refers to the U.S. cents of 1793 to 1857, with
diameters between 26-29 millimeters, depending on
the year it was struck.
A variety of coin on which the date is physically
larger than other varieties of the same year.
legal tender bullion coin
Governmen-tissued precious metal coins produced for
investors, they have legal tender status, and
usually a nominal face value, even though they are
not intended to circulate as currency. See also
Currency explicitly determined by a government to be
acceptable in the discharge of debts.
The inscription on a numismatic item.
Denomination of various values and weights used
throughout the ancient Greek world and in modern
Greece, generally a small copper or bronze coin.
An incused or raised inscription on the edge of a
A silver bullion coin of Mexico, containing 1 ounce
of .999 fine silver.
A collector of wooden nickels and similar items.
A coin which has been altered by smoothing one or
both surfaces and engraving initials, scenes,
messages, etc., thereon. See also token.
Surface quality of a coin, result of light reflected
from the microscopic flow lines.