MS66 $20 Saint Gaudens Special…

Offering up to 30 PCGS or NGC certified MS66 common dated $20 Saint Gaudens at just $2,925 per coin. Buy 10 or more coins at just $2,910 per coin. Or buy all 30 coins for just $2,895 per coin.

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1928 Peace Dollar PCGS MS66

Just One Graded Higher

Famous for its low mintage of 360,649 pieces — the lowest in the series — the 1928 Peace dollar is a key date in circulated grades. In Mint State, this issue is more plentiful, albeit acquiring an example comes at a price. Typically, eye appeal is average or before, even on near-Gem coins, due to the subdued satin luster and dusky golden toning that characteristically come as a pair on this issue. Moreover, higher-grade coins are rare. The PCGS population is just 21 with a single (MS66+) representative graded higher.

Offered at $29,900 delivered

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1909-D Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC MS65+

This Saint is Tough!

The 1909-D Saint-Gaudens double eagle is a better date, due to its small mintage of 52,500 coins. The surviving population is estimated at roughly 1,200 coins, of which the finest pieces either came from South American holdings or were preserved by a few numismatists from the Mint Cashier. European coins were usually jostled in storage, making low grades the norm from that source. The NGC population is a mere 1 with 2 higher.

Offered at $33,925 delivered

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!!! SOLD !!! Mint Quality Athenian Tetradrachm

Ca 440 – 404 BC

NGC MS*; Strike 5/5; Surface 5/5

The most prominent city in Ancient Greece militarily and economically, Athens had at its disposal an almost inexhaustible supply of silver from the mines it controlled at Laurion. This mine would be instrumental as Athenian influence increased in the region. To facilitate this expansion, a large supply of coinage was necessary, both for international economy and as a means of declaring Athems’ dominance in the region. The famous “owl” silver coinage was introduced around 520 BC, featuring the helmeted head of Athena, and on the reverse, the standing figure of an owl, her sacred bird. Over time, the design of the owls became more streamlined, culminating in the naturalistic style of the coins on offer here.

Struck around the time period of the Peloponnesian War (431 to 404 BC), these ancient trade coins formed the basis of the Greek economy in antiquity and circulated widely in the Mediterranean region and beyond. Athenian “owls” are a good candidate for being the most famous coins of antiquity, and provide a link to the history and style of the ancient world that is without parallel.

A superb specimen of the ancient Greek tetradrachm is on offer today -with an appealing lustrous silvery bloom and light golden highlights, it is certified Mint State* by NGC. Furthermore, is well struck and sports excellent surfaces, as the 10 out of 10 rating from NGC for Strike and Surface attests.

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1914-S Indian Eagle PCGS MS65

Just Two Graded Higher

Similar to other S-mint Indian tens, the 1914-S is a significant condition rarity. This issue saw a mintage of 208,000 pieces and is relatively easy to obtain in circulated grades. Most Mint State examples grade MS60 to MS63, and are obtainable with patience and searching. Near-Gems are scarce and MS65 and finer pieces are rare. The PCGS population is only 12 with 2 graded higher (one of which is an MS65+). That helps to explain why we have not auctioned a PCGS MS65 since way back in 2007!

Offered at $37,500 delivered

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1903 Louisiana Purchase McKinley Gold Dollar PCGS PR67 Cameo

Highest Graded

The 1903 gold dollars depicting presidents Thomas Jefferson and William McKinley were issued in conjunction with the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, held in St. Louis in 1904. The Louisiana Purchase Expo gold dollars were the first gold commemoratives struck by the U.S. Mint (excluding the 1848 CAL. quarter eagle). The first 100 pieces of each design struck were produced in proof format and given to government and exposition officials, along with a few others who were well-connected. This is the only PR67 Cameo graded by PCGS, with none higher.

Offered at $43,125 delivered

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1851 “887” Reeded Edge Humbert $50 NGC MS61

Very Rare (and Heavy)

The importance of the 1851 $50 gold coins can scarcely be overemphasized. Ask any advanced collector of Territorial gold to name the most significant and memorable coinage design from the early California Gold Rush period, and the Humbert-U.S. Assay Office octagonal fifty dollars will likely be the first named. Until the commemorative Panama-Pacific fifty dollar pieces of 1915, the 1851-52 Humbert-Assay Office fifties remained the only large octagonal gold coins struck under the auspices of the United States Mint (the Assay Office was a provisional government mint), although later California private coiners struck round fifty dollar coins (Kellogg in 1854-55 and Wass, Molitor in 1855). The NGC population is only 8 with 12 higher.

Offered at $126,500 delivered

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1879 Morgan Dollar PCGS MS67

Tied for Highest Graded

Offered here is a frosty, white example with exemplary surfaces and a great overall appearance. Not particularly tough to come by through the MS66 grade level, but very rarely seen in this state of preservation. The last PCGS representative we auctioned was all the way back in 2007! Tied with 7 others for the highest graded by PCGS.

Offered at $37,375 delivered

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2019 $100 American High Relief Gold

Offered today are 2019 $100 American High Relief Gold Coins. These are the latest issue in a series of special releases from the US Mint. These coins have graded either SP-70 Enhanced Finish First day of Issue or SP-69 Ultra Cameo Enhanced Finish by NGC. These coins have been AUTHENTICALLY SIGNED by either Mike Castle or Kenneth Bressett. Currently the mint is selling these coins for $2240/coin un-graded.

Mike Castle First Day of Issue SP-70: 25-coins Offered delivered @ $2,475 for SP-70

Kenneth Bressett First Day of Issue SP-70: 15-coin Offered delivered @ $2,475 for SP-70 each

Mike Castle Early Release SP-69 UC: 20-coins Offered delivered @ $2,070 for SP-69 UC

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1929 Indian Half Eagles NGC/PCGS MS64

Rare Last-Year Pair

While short lived, this series comprised a number of highly elusive dates, none more so than the 1929. Although, the 1909-O is more recognizable to some, due to its low mintage, the 1929 is rarer in the absolute sense, with a survival rate which is approximately 50% lower. A total of 662,000 1929 five-dollar gold pieces were struck, but nearly the entire mintage was held in reserve and eventually melted after the Gold Recall of 1933. Coins that avoided the melting pot are apt to be found in AU to Uncirculated condition, generally MS61 to MS63. Anything finer than the two offered here is very rare, indeed. In fact, an MS65 example would cost more than twice what these do.

Offered at $40,250 each delivered

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