Tokens & Icons

U.S. Coins

Buffalo NIckel Cufflinks Mercury Dime Cufflinks
8B - Buffalo Nickel


8M - Mercury Dime

Indian Head Penny Cufflinks Lincoln Penny Cuff Links
8I - Indian Head Penny



8-LP-1909 Lincoln Penny


Buffalo Nickel Key Ring Lincoln Penny Cuff Links
552C - Two Cent Civil War Era Coin



55FE Flying Eagle Cent


Buffalo Nickel Key Ring

 

121B - Buffalo Nickel S/P Key Ring


Buffalo Nickel Wallet
80B - Buffalo Nickel Wallet

Mercury Dime Wallet
80M - Mercury Dime Wallet

Lincoln Penny Wallet

80LP - Lincoln Penny Wallet

 

*All money clip style wallets feature sewn in magnetic shield,

protecting debit and credit cards from erasure.

3P - Paper Weight (Buffalo NIckel)

Penny, Nickel, Dime Bracelet
58BM - Penny, Nickel, Dime Bracelet


Buffalo Nickel: Minted from 1913 to 1938, the Buffalo nickel was designed by James E. Fraser from a composite of three prominent Native Americans: Iron Tail, Two Moons, and Chief John Tree. Fraser’s vision for the Buffalo Head Nickel was for it to be a “truly American coin,” which it quickly became.

Mercury Dime: Designed by Adolph A. Weinman, the Mercury dime acquired its name from the winged cap worn by the Liberty figure on the coin’s face. It was produced from 1916 until 1945. In 1946 it was replaced by the Franklin D. Roosevelt commemorative dime, introduced only one short year after his passing.

Indian Head Penny: Designed by James Barton Longacre, the Chief Engraver at the Philadelphia Mint, the Indian Head penny was produced from 1859 to 1909. They are highly valued for their red copper luster, and are considered by many collectors to be one of the most aesthetically pleasing coins ever minted.

Lincoln Penny: In 2009, Tokens & Icons featured the 1909 Lincoln Penny to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of its minting.

 

Two Cent Civil War Coin: In 2009, Tokens & Icons featured the 1909 Lincoln Penny to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of its minting.

 

Flying Eagle Cent: The Flying Eagle Cent was another coin designed by Longacre. It was produced from 1856 to 1858 and is highly valued for its red copper luster and low circulation. The Flying Eagle Cent gave way to the Indian Head Penny in 1859.

 



U.S. Coin Collection

Cuff Links w/ Sterling Finding
8B
Buffalo Nickel
$70
8M Mercury Dime 70
8I Indian Head Penny 70
  8-LP-1909 1909 Lincoln Penny 100
  552C Two Cent Civil War Coin 220
  55FE Flying Eagle Cent 290
Leather Wallets
80BLK
Buffalo Nickel Wallet - Black
$50
80BRN            "            "             - Brown 50
80B-TAN            "            "             - Tan 50
80B-RED            "            "             - Red 50
80B-GRN            "            "             - Green 50
80M-BLK
Mercury Dime Wallet - Black 50
80M-BRN            "            "             - Brown 50
80M-TAN            "            "             - Tan 50
80M-RED            "            "             - Red 50
80M-GRN            "            "             - Green 50
80IH-BLK Indian Head Penny Wallet - Black 50
80IH-BRN                "              "                 - Brown 50
80IH-TAN                "              "                 - Tan 50
80IH-RED                "              "                 - Red 50
80IH-GRN                "              "                 - Green 50
  80LP-BRN 1909 Lincoln Penny Wallet - Brown 60
121-B Buffalo Nickel S/P Key Ring $50
58BM
Penny, Nickel, Dime Bracelet
190
3 Paperweight (Buffalo, First Flight, We the People) 65


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