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Americas Greatest Silver and Obsolete Vault Bags

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Americas Greatest Silver and Obsolete Vault Bags

Dive deep into a numismatic journey with a bag teeming with some of the most sought-after U.S. coins. Each coin, no longer in circulation, is a silent storyteller of its era. From silver’s gleam to copper’s sheen, every piece stands as a testament to the art and history of American minting.


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Each bag contains an array of rare and iconic coins, each bearing distinct stories from different times. These handpicked coins are a testament to the numismatic expertise and the rich tapestry of American history. From the sheen of silver to the historic value of copper, every coin has a unique tale.

Wheat Cents

1909 Lincoln Wheat Penny
Wheat cents were produced from 1909, the 100th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth, through 1958, a 50-year span. Seldom encountered anymore, “Wheaties” is probably the most widely collected of United States coins. They get their name from the wheat ears found on the reverse side of the coins.

Mercury Dimes

1923 Mercury Dime - 90% Silver

Mercury dimes are another popular way to own silver. These 10 cent pieces are composed of 90% silver and 10% copper. Mercury dimes feature Miss Liberty with wings crowning her cap. This symbolizes liberty of thought. These dimes were produced from 1916 through 1945.

Steel Cents

1943 Steel Cent

Steel cents were produced for one year only in 1943. Due to a shortage of copper during World War II, steel cents coated with zinc turned out to be an acceptable substitute for the copper cents made in the previous years. Most steel cents are plagued with a rust problem and rust-free specimens are seldom seen these days.

Silver Washington Quarters

1952 Washington Quarter - 90% Silver
Silver Washington quarters were minted from 1932 through 1964. These silver coins are 90% pure silver with an addition of 10% copper. These quarters contain exactly 2 ½ times the amount of silver as a silver dime.

Indian Head Cents

1862 Indian Head Cent
Indian head cents are very popular and highly collected. These strictly American themed coins were produced from 1859 through 1909. The obverse features Miss Liberty wearing an Indian headdress. These century-old coins are seldom seen or encountered these days.

Franklin Half Dollars

1953 Ben Franklin Half-Dollar - 90% Silver
Franklin half dollars are large size silver coins composed of 90% silver and 10% copper. The obverse features Benjamin Franklin, with the reverse showing the Liberty Bell. These large silver coins contain over 1/3 of an ounce of pure silver and are a popular way to own silver

Buffalo Nickels

1920 Buffalo Nickel with Indian Head Obverse

Buffalo nickels are all American coins. Produced from 1913 through 1938, these popular coins feature an American Indian profile on the obverse with an American Bison (nicknamed Buffalo) on the reverse. Coins with full clear dates are seldom encountered as the date was usually worn away through circulation.

Eisenhower Dollars

1972 Eisenhower Dollar

Eisenhower dollars are known as the last of the large size dollar coins issued in the United States. Produced from 1971 through 1978, these coins are seldom encountered anymore and are quite popular due to their large size.

Liberty Head Nickels

1913 Liberty Head Nickel
Liberty head nickels are better known as “V” nickels. The large Roman numeral V on the reverse side represents the number 5, the value in cents of the coin. All “V” nickels are well over one hundred years old, as they were minted from 1883 through 1912. Seeing coins with full 4 digit dates is a bonus as they were heavily circulated.

War Nickels

1942 War 'Silver' Nickel

War nickels were the only United States five-cent coins that ever contained the precious metal of silver. During the War years of 1942 through 1945, silver was introduced to eliminate nickel, a critical war material. Notice the large mint marks on the back of the war nickels indicating a change of alloy (or composition) of the coins.

Bison Nickels

2005 Bison Nickel - Lewis & Clark Westward Journey

The Bison nickel is a popular commemorative coin. This five-cent piece was part of the Louis and Clark Westward Journey series issued in 2004-2005. The coin’s reverse features an American bison in profile. These nickels are seldom seen these days.

Silver Roosevelt Dimes

1964 Roosevelt Dime - 90% Silver

Silver Roosevelt dimes were minted from 1946 through 1964. These 10 cent pieces are composed of 90% silver and 10% copper. With silver considered a precious metal, these dimes will always command a premium over their face value if you ever decide to sell them.

Bicentennial Quarters

1976 Bicentennial Quarter

Bicentennial quarters were issued in 1976 to celebrate our nation’s 200th anniversary. The obverse features the dual date 1776-1976. The reverse shows a military drummer facing left with a victory torch on the upper left.

National Park Quarters

2010 National Parks Quarter - Yellowstone, Wyoming

National Park quarters were first issued in 2010 with the program ending in 2021. Officially called America the Beautiful Quarter program, these commemorative quarters honor a site of “natural beauty or historic significance” from each of the 50 states, five US territories, and the District of Columbia

Presidential Dollars

2007-16 Presidential Dollar - George Washinton

Presidential dollars were issued from 2007 through 2016. Former presidents are honored on these golden-colored, one-dollar coins. A total of 39 presidents had a coin issued in their honor.

Pre-1966 Nickels

Pre-1966 Nickel - 25% Nickel, 75% Copper

Pre-1966 nickels are included in your America’s Greatest Silver and Obsolete coin vault bag. The composition of these collectible coins is 25% nickel and 75% copper. These five-cent pieces contain more than their face value in the base metal.


1999 Susan B. Anthony Dollar, 2014 Kennedy Half-Dollar

As an added bonus to your vault bag, we’ve added several gold-plated quarters to the lot. Yes, these are state quarters plated with real 24 karat gold. Some bags also receive a John F. Kennedy Half Dollar, and some include a Susan B. Anthony Dollar. Look out for these coins if you purchase additional America’s Greatest Silver and Obsolete Coin Vault Bags.


Due to order volume, please allow 10-14 Business days to have your order out the door. You can trust that when your shipment arrives you will be amazed by your everlasting treasure that will be handed down for generations.

All of our Coins and Currency at Lincoln Treasury are Genuine US Gov’t Issued coins and legal tender. Coins will have been designed and struck by the United States Mint, a part of the US Department of the Treasury. Currency Notes will have been designed and printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, also part of the US Department of the Treasury.

2 reviews for Americas Greatest Silver and Obsolete Vault Bags

    Gary Clinesmith
    May 4, 2024
    The coins in my bag are very nice some UN, some XF, a lot of older coins, a very nice selection. Makes a great starter bag for the youngsters.
    Mandy Lee
    March 30, 2024
    I received multiple of the same coins that i find very common in circulation, same year. As far as the bonus coins, again multiple of the same exact ones. I didnt get much silver. I have to say this time around, i was very disappointed
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