One ounce of silver, 1/10 oz gold. Weinman (obverse), John Mercanti (reverse).Composition: 0.999 troy oz. Silver, balance copper Net Weight 1 oz. Diameter: 1.598 inches or 40.60 mm. Designers: Augustus Saint-Gaudens (obverse), Miley Busiek (reverse).
0533 copper Net Weight 1/10 oz. I have to do a profit/loss statement on his items, as he was a hit and miss investor.Lamar died this year and left behind a 90-year collection of everything an engineer could ever want and keep, mostly coins and duck prints and golf clubs, oh my! He served in WWII and Korea aboard a number of submarines, graduated from Compton College (where my grandpa, Pop Powars, was a coach) and USC, and lived in the same house for 45 years, and it is still stuffed full of treasures and junk. He was greatly impacted by the Great Depression, and so hoarded anything deemed even remotely potentially useful in the next half century. He was a handsome, smart and strapping young veteran when he first spotted my mom across campus after WWII. When he showed up at the annual Sadie Hawkins dance, my mom, the kind peace-keeper and beauty queen, asked my dad to dance, and they never again parted until her death. There will be hundreds of coins and some of his treasures, including items from his tenure at Allis Chalmers in Milwaukee carefully preserved in his big house on the golf course. The item "2016 $5 Gold & $1 American Eagle Silver Bimetallic Set PCGS MS70 First Day Issue" is in sale since Thursday, September 07, 2017.
This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins". The seller is "lamarstreasures-7" and is located in Morgan Hill, California. This item can be shipped to United States.