1885 Liberty Nickel NGC MS67

Pop 3, None Higher Key Date Lib Nickel

 The 1885 has been recognized for more than a century as the coin to have, the key to the set of Liberty nickels. Only 1.4 million pieces were struck and pieces were set aside shortly after this tiny mintage became known; although by the time the general public was aware of it most coins of this date had been in circulation for some time. The availability of the 1885 shows a typical bell curve. At NGC, MS60 pieces show only two pieces certified, numbers gradually increase to the MS64 grade, then quickly taper off to the ultimate grade of MS67. The NGC population is just three (one of which is a star-designated example) with none higher. Listed at $38,700 in the CDN CPG and $25,000 in the NGC price guide.

Offered at $20,700 delivered

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1914-D Lincoln Cent PCGS MS65RD

Positively Perpetually Popular

The 1914-D Lincoln cent is a key issue in the series, from a low mintage of 1.1 million pieces. Unfortunately, despite the low mintage figure, the 1914-D was largely overlooked by contemporary collectors and few high-quality examples were saved at the time of issue. The date became better known and highly sought-after in the 1930s, with the advent of coin albums and the Standard Catalog. By then, most examples had circulated extensively and few would grade better than Fine-Very Fine by today’s standards. The PCGS population is 65 with 17 higher (with 10 of those 17 being 65+ pieces). While the population might not be extremely low in terms of absolute numbers, it’s small when you consider the vast number of Lincoln Cent collectors. Listed at $15,000 in the PCGS price guide.

Offered at $14,400 delivered

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1852 Humbert $10 NGC MS61

Rare Mint State Territorial Gold Piece

Moffat & Co., in its role as semiofficial branch mint and United States Assay Office of Gold in California, struck both over-dated (1852/1) and normal-date 1852 ten dollar gold pieces of 884 fineness using the Humbert nameplate on the reverse. Most survivors are well circulated, and true uncirculated examples are rare. In fact, the NGC population is a mere two with one higher. Listed in MS60 in both the CDN CPG and NGC price guide at $24,200.

Offered at $21,190 delivered

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1898-S $20 Liberty NGC MS 65

In the top tier of existing specimens – only 7 graded higher!

A stunner from the turn of the last century – seldom seen any finer, it is sure to please the most discriminating of U.S. Gold collectors. Sports a rich deep to medium golden tone and fabulous eye appeal – a coin perfect for a high grade gold type set or $20 Liberty collection.

Offered @ $5,900 delivered

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Three 1907 High Reliefs PCGS MS61, 62 and 63

One-zee, Two-zee, Three-zee

The 1907 High Relief Double Eagle is one of the most popular coins ever struck by the United States Mint. The coins are sculptural in appearance and are considered by many to be the most beautiful regular issue gold coin ever produced. 

Wire Edge PCGS MS61 (PCGS price guide $17,500) Offered at $14,850
Flat Edge PCGS MS62 (PCGS price guide $19,000) Offered at $16,975
Wire Edge PCGS MS63 (PCGS price guide $23,500) Offered at $20,950

Unfortunately, the design was also impractical and redesigned by Charles Barber later in the year. The date is given in Roman numerals (the coins nickname by some) and lacks the Motto, IN GOD WE TRUST. President Roosevelt believed that money could easily be used for ungodly pursuits such as gambling and thus the name of the Lord should not be used on coinage. 

The 1907 High Relief is categorized by most as either Wire Rim or Flat Rim. The coins are identical except for raised metal around the rims. This is probably the result of some tinkering by the Mint while they struggled to produce coins with such extreme relief. 

Around the late 1960s or early 1970s experts began to describe certain 1907 High Relief Double Eagles as Proof. These coins are certainly different, but not exactly like the latter Proof Double Eagles of the series. There are no mintage figures and the origins of the coins are a mystery. The coins have deep swirling die lines and exhibit a satiny surface similar to the Roman finish Proof gold coins. A fairly large number exist and it is my opinion that they are the result of experimentation with the new design by Mint employees. 

Many, if not the great majority of the original mintage was saved when the 1907 High Reliefs were issued. Thousands still exist and most seen are in some form of Mint State. Gem examples can easily be purchased if budget permits. A few nearly flawless examples are known. The finest High Relief graded by NGC is a PR 69 that sold for $534,000 in 2005.

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1837-42 Bechtler $2.50 NGC AU58

1 of only 13 For All grades by NGC

This is the 70g. 20c variety. As early as the spring of 1831, Christopher Bechtler formulated a plan to mint quarter eagles and five dollar gold pieces at his Rutherfordton, North Carolina private mint. The elder Bechtler realized that a local minting operation was needed for native Carolina and Georgia gold dust — which otherwise had to travel to Philadelphia for assaying and minting — providing local miners a more cost-effective option while satisfying the critical need for cash in local commerce. NGC has graded only 13 pieces for all grades combined, only 6 of which have graded higher than the one offered here. This example is lighter and brighter than seen in our images. Listed at $20,000 in the CDN CPG and $21,200 in the NGC price guide.

Offered at $19,125

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1885 Gold Dollar PCGS/CAC PR67 DCAM

Simply Splendidly Stunning

Of the 1,105 gold dollar proofs struck in 1885, PCGS has certified a total of 107 submissions. That figure comprises all designations and almost certainly includes duplications. From among those 107 submissions, only 14 have received a Deep Cameo designation. Few match or exceed the quality of this outstanding Gem. The majority of known examples do not display any degree of cameo contrast, highlighting the utmost rarity of this offering. A thick coating of frost covers fully struck motifs, allowing for the appreciation of the bold contrast produced against the deeply reflective, glassy mirrors of this stunning representative. Opportunities to acquire a Deep Cameo example of the 1885 are extremely rare and not to be passed up. The PCGS population is just three with only two (PR67+’s) higher. 

Offered at $33,150 delivered

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1796 Draped Bust Dime NGC MS65

Attractive Gem, First Year

Extremely well struck and (while not apparent in our images) attractively toned in shades of violet, turquoise and mint-green. The 1796 Draped Bust, Small Eagle dime is always in demand from type collectors and series specialists, alike. Aside from its status as the first year of the denomination, it garners special attention as the first year of a two-year design type, since the Small Eagle reverse was retired after 1797. NGC population of only 8 with 10 (including one PL) graded higher. Listed at $115,000 in the CDN CPG, $125,000 in the NGC price guide and $80,000 in Trends.

Offered at $64,650 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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1929 Indian Half Eagle NGC MS62

Rare Unc. Key Date

No half eagles were struck between 1916 and 1929, but the Philadelphia Mint produced a total of 662,000 coins in the later year. Unfortunately, the effects of the Great Depression were beginning to be felt and there was little need for the coins in the shrinking economy. Most of the mintage was held in government storage and later destroyed after 1933. No half eagles were struck in later years and the 1929 is a key date in the series today. Although our reverse image makes that side of the coin appear to be dark, you’re seeing the effect of the angle and lighting – the true color is actually quite similar to that of the obverse. Listed at $46,500 in the NGC price guide.

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