1911 Indian Eagle NGC MS67

Superb

In Superb Gem condition, most Indian eagle issues are either unknown or prohibitively rare. Even plentiful type-coin issues such as the 1926 and 1932 are essentially uncollectible (or nearly so) in this condition. Among With Motto dates, the 1911 is one of only a handful that — although conditionally very rare — are still collectible in this top condition. We haven’t offered an NGC MS67 example at auction in nearly five years. This particular specimen displays lovely orange-gold color, a sharp strike and problem-free surfaces. The NGC population is 9 with 5 higher.

Offered at $28,750 delivered

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1911 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle PCGS MS65+

Satiny Sashaying Saint

The 1911 claims one of the few mintages of less than 200,000 coins, but the story of its availability is similar to that of other issues in the series. Most examples were exported to European markets, either directly from New York to London or through Ottawa, Canada. Those pieces that avoided melting overseas were subjected to rough handling, explaining why nearly all 1911 double eagles are found in MS64 or lower condition. Gems such as this, are scarce. The PCGS population is only 14 with 19 higher. Listed at $21,500 in the PCGS price guide.

Offered at $18,975 delivered

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