1909-D Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC MS65+

This Saint is Tough!

The 1909-D Saint-Gaudens double eagle is a better date, due to its small mintage of 52,500 coins. The surviving population is estimated at roughly 1,200 coins, of which the finest pieces either came from South American holdings or were preserved by a few numismatists from the Mint Cashier. European coins were usually jostled in storage, making low grades the norm from that source. The NGC population is a mere 1 with 2 higher.

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1907-D Liberty Double Eagle PCGS MS66

Gemmy Last Year of Issue

Although authorized as a U.S. branch mint in the 1860s, the Denver Mint operated as an assay office for its first four decades until coins were finally minted there in 1906. Liberty double eagles were only produced at the Colorado facility in 1906 and 1907, with a total production for both years of less than 1.5 million pieces. These coins are quite elusive in top grades. The one offered here features satiny looking luster and a lovely overall appearance. The PCGS population is just 24 with 3 higher, two of the latter being MS66+ examples. Listed at $18,200 in the CDN CPG and $18,000 in the PCGS price guide.

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1910-D $20 St. Gaudens PCGS MS 66

A Grading Rarity – Only 14 graded higher by PCGS and NGC Combined!

High grade and flashy, with no distracting marks – a finer specimen would be hard to locate. Sports a gorgeous medium gold color and a superb strike. From an original mintage of 429,000, most were used in commerce in the USA or internationally – hence, the paucity of high grade specimens, such as the one we are featuring today.

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Offered at $6,795 delivered

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.

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1921-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar PCGS MS64

Challenging, Nearly White

At 208,000 pieces, the mintage of the 1921-D Walking Liberty half dollar is the lowest in the series. This issue is also the second-rarest date in the series in high grade Uncirculated, with only the 1921-S being seen less often. The popularity of the Walking Liberty half dollar series is due to a combination of the attractive design as well as the relative availability of every issue therein. That said, the key dates of 1921 are only readily available in low circulated grades. Collectors seeking a complete set will encounter a roadblock with the 1921 issues, particularly those of the branch mints. Collecting Walkers by date and mintmark did not become widespread until the 1930s, by which time the number of Uncirculated ’21-D coins was scant. Listed at $16,300 in the CDN CPG, $18,500 in the PCGS price guide and $17,500 in Trends.

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Choice Key 1911-D Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS63

The 1911-D is the first of only three branch mint issues in the Indian quarter eagle series and it claims a mintage of just 55,680 pieces, a remarkably small production total for any 20th century coin. Accordingly, this issue is the rarest Indian quarter eagle and the acknowledged key to the series. Most examples seen are in lower Mint State grades. The one offered here is lighter in hue and more lustrous than seen in our images. Listed at $12,900 in the CDN CPG, $14,300 in the NGC price guide and $15,000 in Trends.

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Gem 1908-D Motto Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC MS66

1908 D “Motto” Double Eagle Obverse

In 1908, Congress passed legislation to restore the motto IN GOD WE TRUST to the double eagle and other denominations, which had been omitted by Saint-Gaudens and President Roosevelt during the designing process in 1907. The motto was incorporated into the rays above the sun on the reverse. Double eagle coinage at Denver in 1908 included more than 663,000 No Motto coins and 349,500 With Motto pieces. The latter type is available through MS65 but is conditionally elusive in MS66 condition. The NGC census stands at just 7 with 7 higher. NGC price guide is $23,000


1908 D “Motto” Double Eagle Reverse

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