1914-S Indian Eagle PCGS MS65

Just Two Graded Higher

Similar to other S-mint Indian tens, the 1914-S is a significant condition rarity. This issue saw a mintage of 208,000 pieces and is relatively easy to obtain in circulated grades. Most Mint State examples grade MS60 to MS63, and are obtainable with patience and searching. Near-Gems are scarce and MS65 and finer pieces are rare. The PCGS population is only 12 with 2 graded higher (one of which is an MS65+). That helps to explain why we have not auctioned a PCGS MS65 since way back in 2007!

Offered at $37,500 delivered

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1924-S Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC MS65

Major Rarity

Despite a large original mintage, the 1924-S Saint-Gaudens double eagle is scarce in all grades in today’s market, and Gems are major rarities. Most of the mintage was melted after the Gold Recall of 1933, rendering the official production figures irrelevant. Fortunately for present-day collectors, a number of coins were discovered in European banks, beginning in the 1950s, causing this and many other Saint dates to become more available. On the other hand, when collectors seek an MS65 example, they find the situation has changed little from the early days of the 1940s. That is because coins found in European holdings were subjected to the rigors of transport and storage with other large gold coins and few escaped without significant surface marks. The NGC population is just 19 with 2 higher.

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1861 Liberty Half Eagle PCGS MS65

Truly Rare Gem

Collectors seeking a high-end No Motto Liberty half eagle type coin have only a handful of dates from which to choose. Most issues are either extremely rare in Mint State or are so above MS62. The 1861 is among the few No Motto issues that are available enough in high grade to be collectible, although demand for such examples drives a strong market for these coins. This particular example is sharply detailed and very well preserved. The PCGS population stands at just 8 with 2 higher.

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1928-S Peace Dollar PCGS MS65

Rare Gem

Although the 1928 Peace dollar is the low-mintage key date of the series, the 1928-S is a much more significant condition key. In MS65, the San Francisco issue is many times rarer than its Philadelphia counterpart, despite having a mintage that exceeds 1.6 million coins. Only 5 have been graded higher by PCGS with 4 of them being MS65+ examples. The one offered here is lustrous and lightly toned, with a pleasing overall appearance.

Offered at $16,675 delivered

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1915-S Pan Pac $50 (Round) NGC MS65+

Large Round

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, you owe it to yourself to do so. In hand, this coin’s color is more yellow/less orange than seen in our images.

Offered at $179, 200 delivered

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1909 Indian Eagle PCGS MS65

Pleasing to the Eye

Among Indian eagles from the Philadelphia Mint, the 1909 issue is one of the most challenging to locate in high grade. From a business-strike mintage of 184,789 pieces, most of the coins were either released into circulation, where they suffered the usual wear and attrition, or were held in government storage until they were melted in the 1930s. Today, the 1909 Indian ten dollar is rare in MS65 condition, and finer coins are even more elusive. The PCGS population report is 18 with 15 higher.

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1908 No Motto Indian Eagle PCGS MS65

Satiny Gem

The design of the Indian eagle was modified to include the motto IN GOD WE TRUST in 1908. The Philadelphia Mint only produced 33,500 No Motto ten dollar gold pieces before switching to the new type. Despite the limited production figure, the 1908 No Motto is not too difficult to locate in lower Uncirculated grades, but examples in MS65 condition are rare.

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1854 Gold Dollar PCGS MS65

Gem Type II

Gold dollar type collectors will find the short-lived Type Two design to be the most difficult to acquire. Of the six issues struck with the Small Head, Indian Princess dies, only the 1854 and 1855 are viable options for most type purposes and neither is particularly plentiful in high grade. Both the 1854 and 1855 issues are prone to strike weakness as a result of the high-relief design, frequently accompanied by the clash marks that are prevalent on representatives of the type.

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1914 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle PCGS MS65

Rare Gem

The low-mintage 1914 double eagle was struck to the extent of 95,250 coins for circulation, with 49 of those destroyed for assay purposes. Roger Burdette reports virtually the entire production was shipped to banks or subtreasuries. A number of those coins must have eventually made their way overseas, as 3,500 or so examples have been repatriated over the years, accounting for nearly the entire surviving population of 1914 double eagles. Usually, these are seen in MS62 to MS64 with Gems being rare and Premium Gems practically unavailable. Only 8 have been graded higher by PCGS, 3 of which are MS65+ examples.

Offered at $18,550 delivered

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1907-S Liberty Double Eagle NGC MS65

Rare Gem, Last-Year-Of-Issue

This San Francisco issue is a significant condition rarity in the Liberty Head series. Although more than 2.1 million pieces were minted, fewer than 40 survivors are certified in Gem condition, between NGC and PCGS, combined. As a final-year issue in the Liberty Head series, it’s possible the San Francisco Mint turned its attentions elsewhere and used little care in releasing the freshly minted coins into commerce or storage. Regardless of the reason, most survivors are heavily bag-marked. The NGC population is only 19 with none higher. Listed at $20,000 in the CDN CPG and $21,000 in the NGC price guide.

Offered at $16,875 delivered

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