1878 Liberty Eagle PCGS MS64+

Just 1 Graded Higher

When one just looks at the mintage of 73,700 pieces, the 1878 would appear to be moderately scarce, but nothing would tip off the collector to just how rare it actually is in higher grades. Our records show that we’ve auctioned only six MS64/64+ examples in the past ten years, attesting to the issue’s extreme rarity at this grade level. This one is particularly well struck. The PCGS population is just 3 with 1 higher.

Offered at $13,500 delivered

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1929 Indian Half Eagles NGC/PCGS MS64

Rare Last-Year Pair

While short lived, this series comprised a number of highly elusive dates, none more so than the 1929. Although, the 1909-O is more recognizable to some, due to its low mintage, the 1929 is rarer in the absolute sense, with a survival rate which is approximately 50% lower. A total of 662,000 1929 five-dollar gold pieces were struck, but nearly the entire mintage was held in reserve and eventually melted after the Gold Recall of 1933. Coins that avoided the melting pot are apt to be found in AU to Uncirculated condition, generally MS61 to MS63. Anything finer than the two offered here is very rare, indeed. In fact, an MS65 example would cost more than twice what these do.

Offered at $40,250 each delivered

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1806 Round 6, 7X6 Stars Draped Bust Half Eagle PCGS MS64

The 1806 mintage was large by early gold standards — 64,093 pieces were produced, with six varieties. Although five of the varieties are the Pointed 6 half eagles, combined they represent as little as 25% of the total production. The lion’s share goes to the BD-6 Round Top 6 variant such as this coin, with an estimated 35,000 to 50,000 pieces produced. It is far and away the favorite candidate for type collectors and date collectors seeking just a single example of the year. Only 8 have been graded higher by PCGS, 5 of which are MS64+ representatives.

Offered at $37,375 delivered

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Two 1907 Wire Edge High Relief Pair PCGS MS64

Can They Get Any Cheaper? !!! PRICE REDUCTION !!!!

The 1907 High Reliefs with Roman Numerals in the date, is acknowledged as the most beautiful design ever employed on a circulation-strike U.S. coin. They were the result of a lengthy collaboration between famous sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who was encouraged to develop the design by President Theodore Roosevelt, and Chief Engraver Charles Barber of the Philadelphia Mint.  Each coin required three blows from the 150-ton medal press to completely bring up the design, and the planchets had to be annealed between each blow. The average time needed to strike each individual coin was 12 minutes, clearly too slow to strike any large number of coins. As a result, only 12,367 pieces were reportedly produced.

Offered at $21,375 delivered

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1929 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle PCGS MS64

One of THE Keys

With a combined certified population of just over 300 coins and no significant foreign holdings having surfaced in the past several decades, the 1929 remains an elusive “melt rarity” and one of the key late-series issues. While some researchers believe as many as 1,750 pieces may exist, a recent review of Mint records indicate a maximum possible survivorship of 1,176 pieces, before any attrition. The rest of the 1929 double eagles (more than 1.6 million coins) were cast into .900 fine gold bars and sent to Fort Knox. One has to believe that no great hoards of the 1929 twenty remain to be found. It is, however, the most-available date of the late-series twenties (1929-1933) when all grades are taken into consideration.

Offered at $46,750 delivered

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1839 Liberty Half Eagle PCGS MS64

Shockingly Nice Top Pop Rarity

The first issue of Gobrecht’s Liberty Head design, appearing in 1839, is regarded among specialists as a distinct one-year type. The entire obverse portrait is a little more graceful-appearing than on subsequent issues which show a modified bust, with the chief difference being seen in the curvature of Liberty’s neck truncation; it is much more pronounced on the 1839 than on later dates. Mint State survivors are rare in any grade, with a handful of MS64 coins being the finest known. In fact, this is one of only three PCGS MS64’s with none higher!

Offered at $58,800 delivered

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1875-S/CC Trade Dollar NGC MS64

Scarce, Glistening “Trade”

Type One Reverse. Many collectors are unaware there are two varieties of S/CC Trade dollars from 1875. This is the more frequently encountered one and the variant that is much easier to see with the second C widely spaced from the S. Most collectors opt for this variant for the very reason of its visibility, not to mention the extreme rarity of the other variety and need for a high-powered loupe. After the S/CC was first discovered in 1965 it was quickly noticed just how scarce it was in better grades. It is much scarcer than the 1875 S-mint or the CC-mint, especially in strictly Uncirculated condition. In hand, this specimen exhibits obvious cartwheel luster on each side. Tied with one other for highest graded by NGC.

Offered at $10,925 delivered

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1907 Flat Edge High Relief PCGS MS64

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The 1907 High Reliefs with Roman Numerals in the date, is acknowledged as the most beautiful design ever employed on a circulation-strike U.S. coin. They were the result of a lengthy collaboration between famous sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who was encouraged to develop the design by President Theodore Roosevelt, and Chief Engraver Charles Barber of the Philadelphia Mint.  Each coin required three blows from the 150-ton medal press to completely bring up the design, and the planchets had to be annealed between each blow. The average time needed to strike each individual coin was 12 minutes, clearly too slow to strike any large number of coins. As a result, only 12,367 pieces were reportedly produced. 

Offered at $26,450 delivered each

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1857 Liberty Half Eagle PCGS MS64

Only One Graded Higher

For many collectors, the idea of 1857-dated Mint State gold coinage begins and ends with the 1857-S double eagles from the S.S. Central America. To a lesser extent, however, the 1857 half eagle also fits the bill, though with a mintage in the high five figures, there is an understandable cap on the number of potential Mint State pieces. The PCGS population is a mere 4 with 1 (MS64+ example) graded higher. The one offered here displays rich color and a bold strike.

Offered at $16,675 delivered

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1915-S Pan Pac $50 Round NGC MS64

Heavy Metal,” Anyone?

The Panama-Pacific Exposition was authorized to sell up to 1,500 examples each of both the Round and Octagonal versions of the Pan-Pac fifties, and the Mint struck 1510 examples of the Round version, including 10 examples for the Assay Commission. Unfortunately, the high cost of the coins ($100 per coin) discouraged all but the most dedicated collectors, and only 483 specimens of the Round design were sold. The remaining 1,017 coins were melted after the close of the exposition. These rare gold commemoratives are avidly sought-after in today’s market. If you’ve never held one of these massive and extremely impressive coins in your hand, you owe it to yourself to do so.

Offered at $120,000 delivered

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