1892 Liberty Double Eagle NGC AU55

Rare, Lustrous, Semi-Prooflike

The 1892 double eagle is the last of the ultra-low-mintage dates in the Liberty Head series, struck to the extent of just 4,430 coins. Examples in any grade carry a premium over the common date, but this issue is especially rare in Mint State. A limited supply of About Uncirculated coins supplies the needs of most collectors. Sadly, you wouldn’t know it from our images, but this example is lustrous, flashy and semi-prooflike in appearance.

Offered at $12,100 delivered

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1861 Clark Gruber $10 NGC AU55

Tough

Clark, Gruber & Co. was a diversified banking business as well as a private minter of gold coin. 1861 marked its final year of minting operations, amid a large influx of gold coins struck at the Federal mints and local lobbying for a branch mint in Denver. The firm struck a large number of ten and twenty dollar gold coins, as well as quarter eagles and half eagles. All denominations used the portrait of Liberty and spread-winged eagle resembling Federal designs. As always, the gold content met or exceeded Federal standards.

Offered at $10,925 delivered

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1793 Vine and Bars Wreath Cent PCGS/CAC AU55

A “Gemmy” AU From 93

The Mint’s second attempt at a design for the large cent was Adam Eckfeldt’s Wreath type. The obverse is not unlike that of the 1793 Chain cent, although Liberty’s portrait is more refined and a beaded border has been added. The reverse depicts the same statutory inscriptions as the Chain cent, although a wreath has replaced the chain as the central device. Breen believes that curious citizens saved a limited number of Wreath cents as novelties, but the extant population is probably no more than 6-7% of the 63,353 pieces produced. The one offered here is as pleasing as you’re likely to find, regardless of grade. 

Offered at $41,250 delivered

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1876 Liberty Eagle NGC AU55

A Rare 76’er

The overall rarity of the 1876 ten dollar rivals that of almost all other dates in the Liberty eagle series, with only the 1873 and the prohibitively rare 1875 being decisively rarer. The 1876 eagle also had a mintage of only 687 pieces, the second-lowest production total of the series, behind only the 1875 (at a paltry 100 coins). Survivors are rare in all grades, with fewer than 60 pieces believed to be extant. The sole finest known is an NGC MS61 Prooflike example. While not apparent in our images, this is a flashy, highly lustrous representative. The NGC population is a mere 5 with 6 higher.

Offered at $26,400 delivered

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1859 Liberty Double Eagle PCGS AU55

A 59 20 in 55

The 1859 Liberty double eagle claims one of the lowest business-strike mintages of any Type One double eagle from the Philadelphia Mint, at a meager 43,597 pieces. The small business-strike production was largely ignored by contemporary numismatists and few high-quality pieces were preserved for posterity. The 1859 is an elusive issue in all grades today, and most survivors grade in the VF-XF range. This representative is considerably brighter and more lustrous in hand. Not surprisingly, the PCGS population stands at just 18 with 24 higher.

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1839 Liberty Eagle NGC AU55

Rare Two-Year Type

This is the “Large Letters Head of 38” type, which is a distinct two-year type, which shows a more ornate portrait of Liberty on the obverse. The first issue of this two-year type – the 1838 -is far too rare in AU condition for most type collecting pursuits, as only 80 to 100 examples of that date are known. However, the 1839 (1839/8) Type of 1838 is a more comfortable acquisition in this high of a grade. About Uncirculated coins are still scarce, though, and collectors will have limited opportunities to acquire high-end examples. This one is more lustrous and flashier in hand. Listed at $12,100 in the CDN CPG and $10,500 in the NGC price guide.

Offered at $8,890 delivered

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1857-O Liberty Double Eagle NGC AU55

Flashy, Highly Lustrous

This coin looks much better in person than seen in our images – it’s considerably flashier, more lustrous and appealing in-hand! Double eagle production at the New Orleans Mint rebounded out of the small four-figure range in 1857, reaching 30,000 pieces. However, this issue circulated extensively and its modern-day availability is limited. Circulated pieces are occasionally seen, but the finer AU-level coins are in high demand since only a few Mint State pieces exist. Listed at $24,200, $24,200 and $26,500 in the CDN CPG, the NGC price guide and Trends, respectively.

Offered at $18,000 delivered

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