1852 Gold Dollar PCGS MS68

One of the Very Finest

The 1852 is among the common dates in the Type One gold dollar set, popular with type collectors. However, Type One gold dollars are universally rare in Superb Gem condition, even the common dates. The 1852 is actually rarer in MS67 and higher grades than a few of the other Philadelphia issues. In MS68, though this issue’s rarity expands to represent the rarity of the entire Type One series. This little beauty features a very sharp strike, satiny luster and a pristine appearance. The PCGS population is only 4 with 1 higher.

Offered at $37,375 delivered

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1906 Liberty Quarter Eagle NGC MS68

Tied for Highest Graded

David Akers offered a concise, two-sentence comment about the 1906 quarter eagle in his 1975 reference when he simply wrote, “A common date. Generally available in uncirculated condition or proof.” The statement holds true today, but with a disclaimer: In the highest grades such as this, the 1906 issue is distinctly rare. And probably needless to say, the surfaces are exquisitely preserved. The present example is tied with 2 others for the highest graded by NGC.

Offered at $16,200 delivered

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1908 No Motto Saint Gaudens Double Eagle PCGS MS68

A $20 in “8”

Ex: Wells Fargo Nevada Gold. A gorgeous example of this popular two-year design type from the famous Wells Fargo Hoard. The Wells Fargo Hoard was a group of 19,900 1908 double eagles that were probably originally sent to South America in foreign trade sometime during the World War I era. They were later repatriated to this country and held in an undisclosed location until Ron Gillio purchased the hoard and stored it in a Wells Fargo Bank in Nevada. Gillio marketed the coins, which were of uniformly high quality, in the 1990s. Only 10 have been graded higher by PCGS.

Offered at $18,400 delivered

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1881-S Morgan Dollar PCGS MS68PL

Spectacular, 1 of Only 5

This example exceeds the quality of almost all other PL 1881-S dollars. There are some splashes of delicate golden toning (which are far more subtle than seen in our images) around the borders, but most of each side is brilliant. The reflectivity of the fields is captivating, but the true hallmark of this coin is its state of preservation. Liberty’s cheek is essentially flawless. If you like it, based on our pictures, you will love it in hand. Tied with four others for the highest graded by PCGS. 

Offered at $9,775 delivered

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