St. Gaudens $20 "Double Eagle"
In late 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt criticized the ugliness of American coins, which he felt paled into insignificance in comparison to the more beautiful coins of ancient Greece.
The French "Angel"
The French Angel symbolizes the principles and ideals of the French Revolution, with the Angel, who represents the Spirit of France on the obverse of the coin. The angel is depicted writing the Constitution of France. A rooster, which is a symbol for vigilance, stands next to the angel.
The Gold Vienna Philharmonic (Austria)
The Vienna Philharmonic, often simply called the ‘Philharmonic’, is an Austrian gold coin. Since February 2008, it has also been produced in silver. It is technically legal tender with a corresponding nominal value.

The Silver Franklin Half Dollar Value
Produced between 1948 and 1963, the Franklin half dollar depicts its American namesake, Benjamin Franklin. Comprising of 90% silver and 10% copper, each coin weighs 12.5 grams and contains 0.36169 ounces of silver.

Morgan Dollar - MS-64
Accessible, large silver coins are hugely popular with collectors, as the design is easy to appreciate and the feeling you get holding a heavy precious metal in your hand brings back a time when coinage was a lot different than today.

The Silver American Eagle (United States)
The United States Mint released the American Silver Eagle in 1986. Although they have a monetary (face) value of $1.00 U.S.D, the Silver Eagles actually trade at a percentage above the silver spot price, which is far greater than $1.00.

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