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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national bank note
paper money issued in United States by national banks from 1863
through 1929 and secured by government bonds or other collateral.
Also called national currency. See also bank note.
National Coin Week
An annual observance sponsored by American Numismatic Association
to acquaint the public with the hobby and science of numismatics.
national gold bank note
National bank notes payable in gold coin by some California banks
and one Boston bank pursuant to authorization by Act of July 12,
1870. See also bank note.
A silver-white metal widely used for coinage, usually alloyed with
copper. Do not use for the copper-nickel 5-cent coin. In the mid-19th
century, copper-nickel cents and 3-cent coins were also nicknamed
"nickel," like the 5-cent coin.
The science, study or collecting of coins, tokens, medals, orders
and decorations, paper money and similar objects.
A person knowledgeable in numismatics, with greater knowledge than