Welcome to Hannigan’s Rare Coins

Hannigan’s Rare Coins / U.S. Currency LLC
1128 Royal Palm Beach Blvd #212
Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411

We are one of the largest coin dealers in copper coins and large cents and an industry leader. It is our passion for rare coins which has driven us to become one of the largest in the world.  We have enjoyed doing this for the past decade.

We have bought and sold coins for more than $1.3 million dollars and have been featured on the front cover of Coin World Magazine and The Wall Street Journal. We hope you can join us as we continue to grow and fill our heart’s passion for rare coins & currency.


Show Schedule

  • July 8-11 FUN coin show, Orlando, FL
  • July 16-18 Baltimore Expo – Baltimore, MD
  • August 11-15 ANA World’s Fair of Money – Rosemont, IL
  • September 2-5 PCGS Members Only Show, Las Vegas, NV (Venetian / Palazzo)
  • September 17-19 Long Beach Expo – Long Beach, CA
  • October 13- 15 Silver Dollar coin show, St Charles. Mo
  • November 13-15 TSNS Coin show Chattanooga
  • November 5-7 Baltimore Expo – Baltimore, MD
  • December 3-5 Money Show of the Southwest – Houston, TX

 


1793 1C STRAWBERRY NC2 R8+ ONLY 1! DAN HOLMES PCGS F2
YOU WILL NEVER SEE A COIN LIKE THIS AGAIN!!! THE RAREST STRAWBERRY AND 1793 PERIOD!!!!!!! DAN HOLMES COIN SOLD SEPT 6TH! 1793 1C STRAWBERRY(Unique) NC2 R8+ ONLY 1! DAN HOLMES PCGS F2 TH – Sold for $389,000.00

1793 1C STRAWBERRY NC3 R8- DAN HOLMES PCGS GOOD 4
ONE OF ONLY THREE KNOWN CC2!! 1793 NC-3 R8- Strawberry Leaf Wreath Cent with ONE CENT High. PCGS graded Good-4. Sharpness F12 This is the Noyes plate coin. Called net G4 and tied for CC#2 in the Noyes census, his photo #28555. Bland lists it as net AG – Sold for $370,000.00

Congratulation to John Wright!!!

What a nice well deserved award!!!

John D. Wright named the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award winner

Accomplished numismatist to be honored at World's Fair of Money



Longtime numismatist John D. Wright will be honored with the American Numismatic Association's 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award at the Chicago World's Fair of MoneySM Awards Banquet on Aug. 14 in Rosemont, Ill.



This award is presented to an individual, family or organization that has made outstanding contributions to organized numismatics.

Wright published his most notable work, The Cent Book, 1816-1839 in conjunction with the 25th Anniversary of Early American Coppers in 1992. He has been an avid collector and enthusiast for more than 60 years. During that time he has written numerous articles for Penny-Wise, Coin World, and The Numismatist.

His works can also be seen in the 1979 edition of the “A Guide Book of United States Coins: 2009” and in Perspectives in Numismatics, in which he wrote the chapter, “It Makes Cents.”

During his extensive career, Wright was awarded the Heath Literary Award for his work, “Study on Overdated U.S. Large Cents.” He has been a member of the ANA since 1966. He also holds memberships in Early American Coppers (EAC) and the Numismatic Literary Guild (NLG). Wright served on the original ANA grading board and consulted for ANACS.

The August issue of The Numismatist will feature additional information about Wright’s remarkable career.
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2 weeks ago

Hello everyone- I love going to the Pacific north west. Tomorrow I'm flying to Portland Or early. One of my favorites . For the Mid -Winter ANA coin show. 3/4 to 3/7 be sure to call me @561-676-5114 cell
Hope to see everyone that is going there.MY Table number is #741
Public Hours,
SHOW HOURS Public below dealers or early birds can get in during set up Wednesday.
Travel safe:)
Thursday, March 5
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday, March 6
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 7
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Early-bird admission time
8 a.m. Thursday-Saturday
ANA members enter the show at 9:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday
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5 months ago

In 1793 the, US MINT started minting large cents and the first die that was made for circulation was the Ameri. Also known as the "1793 Sheldon 1 chain cent". On the reverse the word America was spelled out only Ameri which later was changed in the S 2, S 3 , S 4 period variety. This coin is nearly never offered in this grade . Or this nice. Most Ameri's that would grade in NGC or PCGS are below VG and those are limited. The last auctioned record I can find for any in this grade is 2011 and 2005 which they sold for 44,850 graded by pcgs which was sharper but a lower net grade for average minus surfaces and a planchets void on the reverse where a piece was missing. Most likely the planchet was struck like that .In auction records you will find VG 10 Ameri chain cents selling for 25k . Out of the Ameri chain cents I've seen or bought in the pass 2 decades this simply is the best I have seen. It is a VF choice 1793 Ameri chain with nice surfaces great color. Simply you can't beat it for cost or grade. Offered only at $48,900.00
Please call us today to inquiry.
561-676-5114 or email us greg@usrarecoinsonline.com
This coin will not last long! (4 photos)
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8 months ago

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