Get the last U.S. cent, nickel and dime designs without the motto in god we trust now seen on all U.S. coins and currency. First appearing on U.S. coins during the religious fervor of the Civil War era, in god we trust did not appear on all coin denominations until 1938. When it was established by an Act of Congress as our national motto in 1956, it became mandatory on all U.S. coins as well as paper money. This set of the last 1¢, 5¢ and 10¢ coins without the motto features 3 of America’s most beloved designs:
- 1859-1909 Indian Head Cent – these long- running coins are widely considered America’s most beautiful copper issues
- 1913-1938 Buffalo Nickel – with iconic Old West images, the Buffalo nickel is the most uniquely American coin design
- 1892-1916 Barber Silver Dime – these century-old coins struck in 90% fine silver feature a classic image of Liberty
From 80 to more than 100 years old, these old-time favorites are from an era of acclaimed coinage design. Add three “must-have” coins to your collection with this historical set of “no motto” U.S. classics!
- Product Type: Sets
- Year: Mixed Years