1891-S Morgan Dollar NGC MS67

None Higher at NGC – Frosty-White

In the 2014 reference Morgan Dollar, Michael Standish writes: “John Love recalls five bags full of low-grade Uncirculated 1891-S Morgans being part of LaVere Redfield’s hoard of silver dollars.” This corresponds to the moderate availability of this date through MS64. In Gem condition, however, the 1891-S emerges as a better date among San Francisco Morgans, and in MS66 it is genuinely rare. At the MS67 grade level, there are only 4 so-graded by NGC, including the present example.

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1811 Tall 5 Capped Bust Half Eagle NGC MS63

No “Shortie” Here

In Mint State, this, the BD-1, is by far the scarcer of the two 1811 half eagle varieties. In the absolute sense, BD-1 is fairly plentiful for an early half eagle with perhaps 175 to 250 coins known, per John Dannreuther. But the population thins considerably in Mint State. The NGC population is a mere 3 with 5 higher, none finer than MS64. The one we offer here boasts a sharp strike and frosty surfaces.

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1805 Draped Bust Half Eagle NGC MS64

Flashy, Choice Uncirculated

Prior to the publication of Early U.S. Gold Coin Varieties in 2006, there was considerable confusion surrounding the half eagle die varieties of 1805 and 1806. Some coins were routinely offered as “new varieties” because they didn’t match anything in Walter Breen’s 1960s-era monograph. One later author described seven 1805 half eagle varieties, and noted that five of those seven were unlisted in Breen. Finally, using the observations of Harry Bass, Dannreuther correctly published the five known varieties in his 2006 reference, creating order out of chaos. When viewed in hand, this coin is lighter and far more lustrous and flashier than seen in in our images. The NGC population is just 16 with 4 higher.

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1916 Standing Liberty Quarter NGC MS67FH

The 1916 is unique in the series in several respects, not least among them the fact that it is the only date showing, what was at the time of issue, a knowingly unfinished design. Although nearly identical to MacNeil’s original models, the Mint produced a significantly lower relief coin with an inferior level of sharpness. Trial impressions of this version were initially approved by Mint Director F.H. von Engelken, but correspondence suggests that the director had later become unhappy with the softness of the obverse details. By the time improvements were made to the sharpness of the design, the engraving department was preparing 1917-dated hubs and the improvements were only implemented on hubs for 1917 coinage. A token quantity of 52,000 Standing Liberty quarters was struck at the tail end of 1916. This issue is now regarded as one of the most significant key dates in the series. In hand, the surfaces are considerably lighter and more lustrous looking. The NGC population stands at just four with none higher.

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1910 Indian Half Eagle PCGS PR64

Gorgeous Roman Finish Proof $5

The year 1908 marked the beginning of the Indian Head design type, the first major design change on that denomination since 1839. The new design, issued in the unique sunken relief format, encouraged the Mint to make another change to normal coinage practices: altering the finish of proof coins from polished fields to a sandblast texturing similar to that employed on some art and award medals. Thus, this issue is a first of American coinage in many ways and today is sought-after both as a type coin and as an intriguing element of early 20th century Mint experimentation. In hand, this example is lighter and considerably more vibrant than seen in our images. The PCGS population is just 13 with 13 higher. 

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1876-CC Liberty Eagle PCGS AU50

Lustrous CC $10 Rarity

Annual gold eagle coinage at the Carson City Mint breached the five-figure barrier (and barely) only four times prior to the 1885 to 1889 hiatus during which the mint was shut down. Double eagles dominated large denomination gold production from the Comstock Lode-fed branch mint during this period. In 1876, only 4,696 tens were struck. This issue circulated extensively and is unknown in Mint State today. The PCGS population is just 11 with 12 higher. In hand, this example is lighter and brighter, as well as more lustrous and attractive than seen in our images.

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Matched 11-Piece Classic Commemorative Gold Set PCGS MS66

Included are the following coins, each graded MS66 by PCGS:

1903 G$1 LA Purchase, Jefferson; 1903 G$1 LA Purchase, McKinley; 1904 G$1 Lewis and Clark; 1905 G$1 Lewis and Clark; 1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific; 1916 G$1 McKinley; 1917 G$1 McKinley; 1922 G$1 Grant, No Star; 1922 G$1 Grant, With Star; 1926 $2.50 Sesquicentennial; 1915-S $2.50 Panama-Pacific – everything but for the two $50 pieces and the kitchen sink!

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1906 Liberty Quarter Eagle NGC PR66 Cameo

Glittering, Captivating

 Cameo proof gold coinage from the post-1902 period — the year in which the Mint eliminated its earlier production method that produced deeply contrasted surfaces between reflective fields and frosted devices — is quite rare and seldom seen. The example herein offered exhibits deeply mirrored fields, which contrast beautifully with the frosted devices.

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1808/7 Capped Bust Half Eagle NGC MS61

According to Mint records, 55,578 Capped Bust Left half eagles were struck in 1808, the second year of the design. Four die varieties are known for the date, two with perfect dates and two struck from leftover obverse dies from 1807 that were over-dated and pressed into service. The remnants of the under-type 7 are plainly visible at the upper left and lower left of the final 8, and inside the top loop. The BD-1 is a rare variety, with fewer than three dozen examples thought to be extant in all grades. It probably accounted for 2,000-3,000 pieces of the reported mintage and is by far the rarest variety of the date. In hand, this example is considerably more lustrous and eye-appealing than seen in our images.

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1854 T-1 Gold Dollar NGC MS67

Tied for Highest Graded

The mintage for the 1854 gold dollar was not as large as the preceding three P-mint gold dollar deliveries; however, it was still a respectable 855,502 pieces. It’s not surprising, therefore, that this issue remains popular among type collectors who desire an attractive representative of James Longacre’s Type One design. While the average collector would happily settle for an MS64 or MS65 example, gold specialists who pride themselves on unrivaled numismatic beauty should go for this beauty. The NGC population is just 10 with none higher.

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