There are 18 names in this directory beginning with the letter G.
An epoxy coated plaster relief model of a coin, token or medal that is used in a reducing lathe to make a die or hub.
Used to describe higher grade uncirculated or proof coins that suggest it has a high aesthetic appearance.
A synonym for a href="?name-directory-search-value=Feuchtwanger%20Metal">Feuchtwanger Metal.
Silver dollars dated 1836,1838, and 1839 named for their designer, Christian Gobrecht, Chief Engraver from 1840-1844.
Currency issued by the federal government backed by gold on deposit with the United States Treasury.
Promotional term used by the U.S. Mint to describe the small dollar coins produced since 2000 that has a gold-colored appearance but are made from a magnesium alloy.
An alloy of silver, gold and copper patented by Dr. William Wheeler Hubbell. Goloid consists of 1 part gold (about 3.6-percent), 24 parts silver (about 87.3-percent) and 2.5 parts copper (about 9.1%). Coins were not minted using goloid because they were indistinguishable from other silver coins and susceptible to undetectable counterfeiting.
Nickname for the publication The Currency Dealers Newsletter, a pricing guide for currency dealers.
Slang term for legal tender United States currency printed in green on the back of the note.
A series of indentation or grip marks around the edge of a coin. Some may be in the form of several parallel lines together that resemble reeds.