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  1. $500 The Bank of Mibile, Alabama Proof $500 The Bank of Mobile, Alabama Proof

    $1,650.00

    $500 The Bank of Mobile, Alabama
    Proof on Card Stock
    Extremely Rare Learn More
  2. $50 Bank of Mobile, Alabama, March 24, 1854 $50 Bank of Mobile, Alabama, March 24, 1854

    $1,350.00

    S/N 824
    Very rare
    Condition: F-VF
    A little rough around edges
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  3. $5 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, P. 165C $5 Reserve Bank of New Zealand, P. 165C

    $50.00

    S/N 296333
    Condition: XF+
    $5 Reserve Bank of New Zealand
    P. 165C Learn More
  4. Ireland Gun Money, 1689 Aug, 1/2 Crown, ANACS VF30 | Obverse Ireland Gun Money, 1689 Aug, 1/2 Crown, ANACS VF30

    $150.00

    Out of stock

    1689 1/2 Crown
    Irish Gun Money made in 1689 and 1690 only
    Condition: VF30 Learn More
  5. $100 T-13 1861 Confederate States of America $100 T-13 1861 Confederate States of America

    $150.00

    S/N 24768
    T-13
    CR-58
    Slaves loading cotton
    Very fine condition
    Tape repair on back Learn More
  6. 50 Cents C. (Charles) Dautremont, Angelica, New York November 4, 1862 50 Cents C. (Charles) Dautremont, Angelica, New York November 4, 1862

    $850.00

    S/N 2051
    50 Cents C. (Charles) Dautremont, Angelica, New York
    Pay to Bearer in Current Banknotes 50 Cents
    Allegany County Agricultural Society
    Signed J. Lockhart, Abe Lincoln left
    Very Rare!
    Piece missing at top
    CH AU Condition Learn More
  7. 50 Cents D.A. Brayton, Massasoit Bank, Fall River, MA 1862 50 Cents D.A. Brayton, Massasoit Bank, Fall River, MA 1862

    $45.00

    50 Cents D.A. Brayton, Massasoit Bank, Fall River, MA,1862
    Redeemable at Massasoit Bank in Sums of One Dollar
    Uncirculated Remainder Learn More
  8. U.S. 1886 5 Cents ANACS AG3 | Obverse U.S. 1886 5 Cents ANACS AG3

    $150.00

    U.S. 1886 5 Cent V-Nickel
    ANACS Scratched AG3 Learn More
  9. U.S. 1928B $1 Silver Certificate FR 1602 | Obverse U.S. 1928B $1 Silver Certificate FR 1602

    $42.00

    S/N F 21222635 B
    Series 1928B
    XF Condition Learn More

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    About RR Coins & Currency Bob Reed, owner, has a diverse background in numismatics and extensive knowledge both as a dealer and collector. An avocation for more than thirty years,...

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  • Learn the facts of 1943 Cents

    Learn the Facts about 1943 Cents By Alan Herbert Due to the critical need for copper for World War II, the Mint in 1943 switched to zinc-plated steel for the...

  • 20th Century Coins

    20th Century Coins Indian Head Cent Lincoln Cent Liberty Head Nickel Buffalo or Indian Head Nickel Jefferson Nickel Barber or Liberty Head Dime Mercury or Winged Liberty Head Dime Roosevelt...

  • Learn More about Numismatics

    Learn More about Numismatics General Numismatics Coin Today: Daily numismatic and gold investment news Coin Collecting Basics: This article covers the maning and scope of numismatics, what to collect, interesting...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    What's it Worth? Questions about Coins, Currency and Other Numismatic Items Update 7/3/11: Gold is now over $1500 per ounce! A lot of you have asked for gold buying advice,...

  • Gift Ideas

    Gift Ideas I'm often approached for advice on giving someone a gift that is rare or valuable in some way. This is a difficult task because there is so much...

  • The History of United States Paper Money

    The History of U.S. Paper Money In the early days of the nation, before and just after the revolution, Americans used English, Spanish, and French money. 1690 - Colonial...

  • For Kids

    Kids Zone Hello and welcome to the kids zone where we've got all kinds of fun for you to enjoy! Below you can Help Jason Recognize Images he saw on...

  • Coin Collecting: No Sure Trip to the Bank

    Coin Collecting: No Sure Trip to the Bank Kathy Kristof, Tribune Media Services When a Michigan man got a strange-looking quarter from a vending machine, he considered it an oddity,...

  • Books

    Coins & Currency Books RR Coins & Currency maintains an extensive library of numismatic reference and research materials consisting of over 5,500 books, auction catalogs, newsletters and numismatic articles. If...

  • Appraisals

    Yes, We Can Appraise Your Collection! Appraising and evaluating numismatic collections is a special service we offer to our customers. Our company has over 40 years of experience and a...

  • Louisiana Numismatic Association Coin Show

    The Louisiana Numismatic Association Coin Show is held every year in July. Over 24 dealers from Louisiana and surrounding states will display and sell inventories of coins, currency, medals and...

  • Mississippi Numismatic Association State Convention and Coin Show

    The Mississippi Numismatic Association is hosting their 56th annual convention and coin show this fall. Over 50 dealers from the region will display and sell inventories of U.S. &...

  • Do You Know? Facts About Coins & Currency

    Common Questions about Coins and Currency What is the largest denomination of US Currency? Although it no longer exists, the $100,000 bill was the largest denomiation and was only used...

  • Collecting "Good For" Tokens

    Collecting "Good For" Tokens Collecting tokens is a challenging hobby since everyone keeps looking for that “elusive” token needed to fill their collection. There are many common tokens available to...

  • Collecting Confederate States Currency

    Confederate Currency Two months after the provincial government of the Confederate States of America was organized on February 4, 1861 confederate currency was released and continued to be printed through...

  • Coin Shows at a Glance

    2017 Regional Coin Show Dates January 5-8: Fort Lauderdale, FL, 61st Annual F.U.N. Convention January 6: Kenner, LA, Winter Stamp Fest, La Quinta Inn, 2610 Williams Blvd. January...

  • How to Buy Gold

    How to Buy Gold In times of economic uncertainty, investors gravitate toward gold as a means of protecting their portfolio. Gold never tarnishes and is primarily used for jewelry and...

  • Memphis Coin Club Coin Show

    The Memphis Coin Club hosts its annual Coin Show each year in February. Over 50 dealers from the surrounding areas will display and sell inventories of U.S and Foreign...

  • Two Dollar Bills

    Two Dollar Bills After printing large size notes for over sixty-eight years, the U.S. Government realized in the 1920’s that it could save a lot of money by printing...

  • Meridian Area Coin Club 50th Annual Coin & Currency Show

    The 50th Meridian Area Coin Club's Coin & Currency Show will be held in early August. Over 35 dealers from the area will display and sell inventories of U. S....

  • Biloxi Gulf Coast Coin, Currency & Stamp Show

    The 4th Annual Greater Biloxi Coin, Currency & Stamp Show offers something for every collector including U.S. and Foreign Coins, U.S. & Foreign Currency, stamps, tokens, medals, jewelry,...

  • Lafitte Coin Show

    The Lafitte Coin & Currency Show will have over 15 local area dealers with a choice selection and variety of inventory. Come buy, sell or trade. Items offered include U....

  • Fort Walton Beach Coin Club Show

    The Fort Walton Beach Coin Club Annual Show is held each year in October. Over 30 dealers from the area will display and sell inventories of U.S. and foreign...