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United States
Half Dollar

This week's featured coin is an American half dollar commemorative celebrating the centennial of the Statue of Liberty. The statue is located on Liberty Island in New York City and welcomes travelers entering the U.S. by ship. read more

One Dollar

This week's featured coin is a one dollar silver piece commemorating the XI Commonwealth Games. The XI games were held in 1978 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. read more

Isle of Man

This week's featured coin is an Isle of Man crown commemorating the Norman Conquest. read more

20 Roubles

This week's featured coin is a 20 rouble piece from the country of Belarus, celebrating Jubilee 2000 - a movement of over 40 countries calling for the cancellation of third world debt by the year 2000. read more

50 Schilling

This week's featured coin is an Austrian 50 schilling featuring a depiction of psychologist Sigmund Freud. Freud was an Austrian physician who founded the psychoanalytic school of psychology, and is best known for his theories of the unconscious mind. read more

1997 Proof
500 Francs - 75 Euro

This week's featured coin is a gold piece done by Monnaie de Paris featuring Austrian painter Gustav Klimt's most favorite work entitled "The Kiss". It is part of the Mint's series entitled, Treasures of the Museums of Europe. read more

United States
One Dollar

This week's featured coin is a U.S. commemorative celebrating the 300th Anniversary of Birth of Benjamin Franklin. One of the most loved of the country's historical figures, Franklin was a Founding Father, scientist, inventor, author and printer, among many other things. read more

10 Dollars

This week's featured coin is a Canadian commemorative honoring the XXI Olympic summer games in Montreal. read more

San Marnio
2 Lire

This week's featured coin is a two lire circulation piece from the country of San Marino, with a subject that attempts to raise public awarness of the threat of nuclear war. read more

United States

This week's featured coin is a 1999 commemorative coin celebrating Yellowstone national park. Yellowstone became a U.S. national park on March 1, 1872 and encompases 3,468 square miles of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho - an area larger than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware combined. read more

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