1852-O Liberty Eagle PCGS AU58

Lustrous, Semi-PL

With their energies directed mostly toward the production of double eagles, New Orleans Mint officials struck a paltry 18,000 ten-dollar gold coins in 1852. In 2006, Doug Winter, who called this issue “one of the rarest No Motto eagles,” estimated 80 to 90 coins survived in all, including two to four Uncirculated coins. Today, NGC shows two in Mint State (one in MS60 and one in MS61) on their population report, while PCGS shows one in MS60, with none higher. The PCGS population is only 4 with 3 higher (two AU58+’s and the aforementioned MS60).

Offered at $26,900 delivered

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1838-C Quarter Eagle NGC AU58

Gone with the Wind – Charlotte (Mint)

The 1838-C quarter eagle is an extremely popular coin among early gold enthusiasts. It is a first-year-of-issue and one of just two Charlotte quarter eagles that use the Classic Head, obverse mintmark design. All known examples exhibit a re-punched mintmark, that was initially entered too low. Writing in his Charlotte Mint gold coins reference (2008), Doug Winter says the 1838-C quarter eagle “Usually seen in VF and EF grades, it becomes very scarce in properly graded AU55 to AU58 and rare in Uncirculated.” NGC has recognized only a dozen uncirculated pieces.

Offered at $15,500 delivered

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Nearly Mint State Bechtler (Center Circle) $2.50 PCGS/CAC AU58

Rare

At a time when federal specie was virtually unseen in circulation, the Bechtlers successfully converted the gold mined in and around Rutherfordton and beyond into coinage suitable for local commerce, and of consistently high quality. It was a group of local miners who first petitioned Christopher Bechtler, a respected jeweler, to perform this assaying and coining service.  According to Don Kagin, “this was quite agreeable to Bechtler, for on July 2, 1831, and for several weeks thereafter, he ran an advertisement which announced that he was ready to coin the products of the mines into $2.50 and $5.00 pieces … .” Later, Bechtler would be the first to put gold dollars into the channels of American commerce.  PCGS has graded just 10 in all grades combined for this variety. Of those, this is the only AU58 with just 3 higher.

Offered at $41,975 delivered

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First Year 1907 No Motto Indian Eagles PCGS AU58 & PCGS MS61

A Special Offering

Saint-Gaudens’ initial design for the Indian eagle did not include the motto IN GOD WE TRUST, but the inscription was added in 1908, creating a popular two-year design type. The 1907 issue is the go-to No Motto type-coin for many collectors. And that makes perfect sense, as it’s a first- year-of-issue of a two-year type. We have the following available for sale:

PCGS AU-58 (20 coins available) Offered at $1,195/each

PCGS MS-61 (18 coins available) Offered at $1,265/each

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1854 Large Date Liberty Double Eagle PCGS/CAC AU58

Large One (Date)

Much scarcer than its Small Date counterpart, the Large Date 1854 double eagle continues to gain popularity among collectors as one of the premier Type One varieties in the series. It is a considerable condition rarity as well as an absolutely scarce variety, represented by only a small fraction of the total 1854 mintage of 757,899 pieces. This particular example exhibits an especially wholesome appearance. The PCGS population is just 15 with 8 higher.

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1852-O Liberty Double Eagle NGC AU58

Pleasing Type 1 O-Mint $20

The 1852-O is a median rarity in the Type One series, ranking 25th out of the 43 issues. The mintage for this date is an appealingly low 190,000 pieces, and survivors are seldom found in Uncirculated condition. The near-mint state grade, such as this coin offers, is often considered the best collector value. The one offered here is more lustrous and attractive in-hand.

Offered at $11,600 delivered

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1909-O Indian Half Eagle NGC AU58

Nearly Mint State $5 Indian Rarity

The Indian Head design quarter eagles, half eagles, and eagles were, with a single exception, minted at Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco. The one exception, of course, is the 1909 Indian half eagle coined at New Orleans. Total production for the issue was just 34,200 coins. Additionally, the issue appears to be the object of heavy collector demand and this is an ideal grade for collector consideration.

We have three coins available…

Offered at $13,800 delivered

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1854 Kellogg & Co. $20 NGC AU58

No Cereal Here

The United States Assay Office of Gold ceased coinage operations at the end of 1853, making way for the opening of the San Francisco Mint in 1854. The new branch mint was unable to start coining immediately, with needed improvements to the facility taking precedence. As usual, the West Coast was in dire need of gold coinage, so the private firm of Kellogg & Company filled the void by striking twenty dollar gold pieces in February, 1854. The coinage was readily accepted in commerce, since both John G. Kellogg and G.F. Richter were former employees of the U.S. Assay Office. The coin offered here looks noticeably more lustrous and eye-appealing in hand.

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1921 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC AU58

Very Rare, Nearly Mint State

The 1921 Saint-Gaudens double eagle is one of the major rarities in the series, despite an innocuous-sounding mintage of 528,500 coins. But the issue is the only gold coin the United States struck during the year. The date was not exported for international trade; neither did it circulate in the United States. Rather, the coins stayed in Treasury vaults until the 1930s, when they were melted in the great extinction event of the era, the Gold Recall of 1933. Examples are absent in overseas holdings returned to the States, and no domestic hoards have been uncovered. It is likely that no more than 175 examples of the issue survive in all grades.

Offered at $78,950 delivered

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