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    Welcome to the JM Bullion coin values section. Coin values are constantly on the move, and collectors and investors often want to know how much their coins are worth. Here you will find a basic price guide for many of the most sought after US coins ever produced. You can also learn how to appropriately judge the condition of a coin, as the grade will be ultimate deciding factor in the determination of a value.

    Below you will find links to various coins - simply click on the individual links to learn more about that specific series/type. Please note the listed prices are Whitman Red Book values, and are not offers to buy or sell. Alternatively, if you are looking to purchase, you can view our most popular product categories including:


    Featured Article: Two Cents (1864-1873)

    The Two Cent coin was produced by the United States Mint from 1864 to 1873. While the coin was used primarily for circulation purposes, mint year 1873 was produced with collectors in mind. The most common date found for the Two Cent piece is 1864. This was the coin’s first year of mintage and the U.S. Mint...


    Featured Article: Jefferson Nickel (1938-1964)

    The U.S. Mint was founded not long after the country was born. Since it began operations, the U.S. Mint has produced coinage for not only the United States but for other countries as well. While the mint got its start in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it eventually grew its operations and began to expand to other U.S....


    Featured Article: Three Cent Nickels (1865-1889)

    The Three Cent Nickel was produced by the U.S. Mint from 1865 to 1889. During the years 1865 to 1873, the mint also produced a three cent silver piece as well. Because the series was only produced by the mint for a 25 year period, several of its editions may be considered rare and collectable....

    Half Dimes

    Featured Article: Seated Liberty Half Dime (1837-1873)

    The seated half dime features Liberty sitting on a rock holding a shield and is sought after by both dealers and collectors alike. These coins were last minted in 1873 and the series does have its share of rare coins. Many of the coins produced in the 1860s are difficult to obtain and coins that...


    Featured Article: Liberty Seated Dimes (1837-1891)

    The Liberty Seated Dime was produced by the U.S. Mint for over half a century. These dimes were produced at several of the mint’s branches, including Philadelphia, San Francisco, New Orleans and Carson City. The coin’s obverse features the image of Liberty seated on a rock. Liberty is holding a shield with one hand while the...


    Featured Article: Barber Quarter (1892-1916)

    From the earliest days of the US Mint, quarters have been trucking off the production lines. These 25-cent coins have been a useful part of American coinage for well over 200 years, and remain in circulation today. One of the lesser-known quarter types is the Barber, which was minted during the last 8 years of...

    Half Dollars

    Featured Article: Franklin Half Dollar (1948-1963)

    The U.S. Mint has been around since shortly after the founding of this great country, and since its inception the U.S. Mint has produced coinage not only for the United States but for other countries as well. The mint was originally founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but later began to branch out as it grew. With...

    Silver Dollars

    Featured Article: Peace Dollars (1921-1935)

    The United States Mint is well-recognized all over the world and has been producing coins for both the United States as well as other countries since shortly after the U.S. was founded. While the U.S. Mint got its start in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it began to expand quickly and therefore needed additional facilities in order to...

    US Gold Coins

    Featured Article: Liberty $20 Gold Coin (1850-1907)

    Produced for more than 50 years, the $20 Liberty gold coin is one that had an extremely high face value for its day. At the time, the coin’s face value more closely coincided with the spot price of gold, but now the inherent value of these coins in gold is far greater than ever before....