1921-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar PCGS MS64

Vet Choice, Nearly White

The majority of the Mint State 1921-D half dollar population grades MS63 or MS64, yet these pieces are in high demand because of the scarcity and cost of higher-grade coins. This is a key date in the Walking Liberty half dollar series. Its mintage of only 208,000 pieces is the lowest recorded, and it is the second-scarcest of the three 1921 keys in high grade.

Offered at $13,500 delivered

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1805 Draped Bust Half Eagle NGC MS64

Flashy, Choice Uncirculated

Prior to the publication of Early U.S. Gold Coin Varieties in 2006, there was considerable confusion surrounding the half eagle die varieties of 1805 and 1806. Some coins were routinely offered as “new varieties” because they didn’t match anything in Walter Breen’s 1960s-era monograph. One later author described seven 1805 half eagle varieties, and noted that five of those seven were unlisted in Breen. Finally, using the observations of Harry Bass, Dannreuther correctly published the five known varieties in his 2006 reference, creating order out of chaos. When viewed in hand, this coin is lighter and far more lustrous and flashier than seen in in our images. The NGC population is just 16 with 4 higher.

Offered at $36,600 delivered

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1795 Draped Bust Half Eagles NGC MS64

Two Types

The 1795 half eagles were the first gold coins struck at the Philadelphia Mint and are among our country’s most historic numismatic treasures. Offered here is a very special pair – a Small Eagle example and a Large Eagle example, each graded MS64 by NGC.

The 1795 half eagles were the first gold coins struck at the Philadelphia Mint and are among our country’s most historic numismatic treasures.

1795 Small Eagle (NGC population of 4 with 8 higher, including a couple of PL examples): Listed at $332,800 in the CDN CPG and $335,000 in the NGC price guide. 

Offered at $247,000

1795 Large Eagle (NGC population of 2 with none higher):

Offered at $327,000

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