1855-C Liberty Quarter Eagle PCGS MS62

You Should “C” This

A paltry mintage of 3,677 quarter eagles was accomplished by the Charlotte Mint in 1855. That production total is the smallest from the North Carolina facility for any individual date in the series (the 1843-C Small Date coins represent only part of the mintage for 1843). Perhaps no more than 100 1855-C quarter eagles are extant in all grades, though inflated population figures might lead one to believe otherwise.   Mint State specimens are very rare and this is one of just five at this grade level with but three higher. When tilted just slightly, this coin displays lighter color and considerably more luster than indicated in our pictures.

Offered at $25,350 delivered

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1799/8 Draped Bust Dollar NGC MS65

A Pre-1800 Gem Dollar

The 1799/8 Draped Bust dollars are popular because of their dramatic over dates. This is the “13 Stars Reverse” variety, as opposed to the other for this date – the “15 Stars Reverse”. The one offered here exhibits lighter color and more luster than seen in our unflattering images. Additionally, the surfaces are refreshingly clean, even considering the lofty grade. This is the only MS65 graded by NGC with a single (MS66) example graded higher.

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Offered at $148,500 delivered

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1879 $1 Pattern Metric Dollar PCGS PR64

Judd-1624, Pollock-1820, High R.7. The head of Liberty faces left in this design by George T. Morgan, her hair done up in a bun and tied with a ribbon bearing an incused LIBERTY. E PLURIBUS UNUM is above, with stars seven left and six right, date below. The reverse portrays a wreath of cotton, wheat, and corn. An inner circle of dots encloses 895.8 S. / 4.2–G. / 100–C. / 25 GRAMS. A “descending dove” shape surrounds DEO EST GLORIA (“God is glory”). UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and ONE DOLLAR are at the rim. Struck in aluminum with a reeded edge. Only four examples of this pattern are believed known. This is the sole highest example graded by PCGS.

Offered at $15,470 delivered

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1876-S Liberty Double Eagle NGC MS64

Rare, Last Year of Type

The 1876-S double eagle had a mintage exceeding 1.5 million coins, but this does not necessarily translate into high-grade availability. Mint State coins are only plentiful through the MS62 level, after which the certified population drops off sharply. In MS64, the ’76-S is a major condition rarity and anything finer is almost unobtainable. The NGC is only 11 with 5 higher. This particular example offers a pleasing overall appearance.

Offered at $32,625 delivered

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Daily “Sell” Special

We are offering a group of up to 75 freshly graded PCGS MS63 1915-S $20 Saint Gaudens. The 1915-S has a mintage that it only 13.1% of the 1924 which is the most common dated St. Gaudens. The 1915-S has a PCGS population that is only 4.9% of the population for the most common 1924’s, (4648 vs. 93,352)!

1915-S      1924 (most common)
Mintage 567,500 Mintage 4,323,500
Population 4468Population 93,112

Offered at $2,375 delivered (5 coin minimum)

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1910-D Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC MS67

1 of Just 2 So-Graded

The Denver Mint coined a substantial number of double eagles in its fifth year of operation, 429,000 according to Mint records, and surviving specimens are plentiful in all grades through MS65 and somewhat available at the MS66 level. However, finer pieces are rare. There are no reports of hoards in the literature, although repatriated European and South American exports undoubtedly account for most Mint State pieces known today. The NGC population is just 2 with none higher. 

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Offered at $59,100 delivered

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1870 Pattern Half Dollar PCGS PR65+ RB

Judd-993, Pollock-1123, High R.7. The obverse and reverse dies are both the designs for regular-issue half dollars of 1870. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. Although these could be considered die trials for a regular issue, there is little doubt that, given the plethora of different die designs and combinations, plain and reeded edges, strikes in copper, aluminum, and silver — a cornucopia of variations — that these patterns were offered in sets to collectors or their providers. This is the sole highest graded PCGS example.

Offered at $13,500 delivered

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Certified MS65 $20 Saint Gaudens Special

We are offering up to 50 PCGS/NGC MS65 $20 Saint Gaudens at just $2,470 per coin. This is a $25 discount off the current price sheet pricing. Buy 25 or more coins at just $2,455 per coin.

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Offered at $2,475 delivered

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1871-S Liberty Double Eagle NGC MS63

Positively Pleasing

The San Francisco Mint was the premier agency producing double eagles throughout the Type Two design from 1866 to 1876. In 1871, the California facility struck 928,000 double eagles, and more than 3,000 of those coins have been graded by NGC and PCGS. Of that population, less than one-tenth have earned a Mint State designation, and almost all such coins are heavily abraded; pieces grading finer than MS62 are extremely rare, as evidenced by the NGC population of 7 with 1 higher. In hand, this coin’s color is more yellow-gold, as opposed to the reddish-gold seen in our images.

Offered at $20,250 delivered

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