1799/8 Draped Bust Dollar NGC MS65

A Pre-1800 Gem Dollar

The 1799/8 Draped Bust dollars are popular because of their dramatic over dates. This is the “13 Stars Reverse” variety, as opposed to the other for this date – the “15 Stars Reverse”. The one offered here exhibits lighter color and more luster than seen in our unflattering images. Additionally, the surfaces are refreshingly clean, even considering the lofty grade. This is the only MS65 graded by NGC with a single (MS66) example graded higher.

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Offered at $148,500 delivered

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1876-S Liberty Double Eagle NGC MS64

Rare, Last Year of Type

The 1876-S double eagle had a mintage exceeding 1.5 million coins, but this does not necessarily translate into high-grade availability. Mint State coins are only plentiful through the MS62 level, after which the certified population drops off sharply. In MS64, the ’76-S is a major condition rarity and anything finer is almost unobtainable. The NGC is only 11 with 5 higher. This particular example offers a pleasing overall appearance.

Offered at $32,625 delivered

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1910-D Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC MS67

1 of Just 2 So-Graded

The Denver Mint coined a substantial number of double eagles in its fifth year of operation, 429,000 according to Mint records, and surviving specimens are plentiful in all grades through MS65 and somewhat available at the MS66 level. However, finer pieces are rare. There are no reports of hoards in the literature, although repatriated European and South American exports undoubtedly account for most Mint State pieces known today. The NGC population is just 2 with none higher. 

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1871-S Liberty Double Eagle NGC MS63

Positively Pleasing

The San Francisco Mint was the premier agency producing double eagles throughout the Type Two design from 1866 to 1876. In 1871, the California facility struck 928,000 double eagles, and more than 3,000 of those coins have been graded by NGC and PCGS. Of that population, less than one-tenth have earned a Mint State designation, and almost all such coins are heavily abraded; pieces grading finer than MS62 are extremely rare, as evidenced by the NGC population of 7 with 1 higher. In hand, this coin’s color is more yellow-gold, as opposed to the reddish-gold seen in our images.

Offered at $20,250 delivered

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1889-CC Morgan Dollar NGC MS65PL

Yes, it’s True!

The small original mintage for this issue was the result of the short period of time available for coinage, just three months at the end of 1889. The Carson City Mint reopened on July 1, 1889 after a four-year hiatus. The facility was in poor condition, due to neglect and idleness, and necessary repairs to the building and machinery imposed a long delay on coining operations. Coinage was finally resumed in October, and only 350,000 pieces were produced before the end of the year. Due to the extremely large collector base for Morgan dollars, this issue is typically under significant pressure to satisfy demand. The one offered here is color-free, flashy and gorgeous! This and one other are tied for the highest graded by NGC and PCGS hasn’t graded any PL examples this high.

Offered at $395,000 delivered

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1895-O Barber Half Dollar NGC MS67

One of Only Two

With a mintage of more than 1.7 million half dollars, the 1895-O is available in a wide range of grades up to MS63 or even MS64. However, Gem or finer examples of this issue are important condition rarities and the top- grade coins rarely get credit for their importance to collectors. NGC has graded only 12 pieces MS65 or higher, including this and one MS67 Star-designated example, which are tied for the highest.

Offered at $24,750 delivered

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1918/7-D Buffalo Nickel NGC AU58

Nearly New Buffalo Rarity

Towards the end of World War I, with new personnel taking the place of seasoned technicians that were serving in the army and an unprecedented demand for small change, it is not surprising that some errors were made in the preparation of dies for coinage. The 1918/7-D overdate occurred when a die bearing the 1917 date was hubbed with another die that bore the 1918 date when dies for the following year’s coinage were being prepared. The resulting overdate is one of the keys to the Buffalo nickel series and examples have been avidly sought since the issue was discovered in the early 1930s. In hand, this specimen is somewhat lighter and brighter than seen in our images.

Offered at $23,625 delivered

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1883 Liberty Half Eagle NGC PR65 DCAM

Proof $5 Lib Rarity

The 1883 proof Liberty half eagle claims a mintage of 61 pieces, a notable increase over the previous year, but still a tiny number in absolute terms. Forty examples were issued with the proof sets on February 10 and the rest were struck as individual pieces throughout the year. Unfortunately, the higher mintage just off-set a low survival rate for this issue, and the surviving population is not noticeably larger than those of previous years. Jeff Garrett and Ron Guth note, “There are fewer than 20 coins traceable today, including those in museum collections.” In hand this beauty is more yellow-gold hue than the red-orange seen in our images. The NGC population stands at just 2 with 2 higher.

Offered at $43,300 delivered

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1928 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC MS67

Superb, Satiny Saint

As the last date in the Saint-Gaudens series that is generally available in high grade, the 1928 double eagle is frequently tapped for type purposes. This issue is also often well struck, and high-grade examples sometimes exhibit eye appeal that rivals that of many 1923-D coins. Such is the case with this Superb Gem example. Only two have been graded higher by NGC, each of them, MS67+.

Offered at $14,200 delivered

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1878 Three Dollar Gold Piece NGC MS67

None Higher at NGC

Within the three-dollar gold series, the 1878 is the most popular type coin candidate. Its mintage of 82,304 pieces is among the highest in the series, contributing to the issue’s availability. However, it is also one of the most attractive issues in the series as a rule. A high-grade 1878 three-dollar piece can be one of the most attractive U.S. gold coins known. Luster frequently shimmers like it does on no other issue, and ranges of color can be found. This one is gorgeous in both regards. The NGC population is 11 with none higher.

Offered at $42,200 delivered

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