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.

Offered at $13,800 delivered

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1866-S No Motto Liberty Double Eagle PCGS MS60

One of THE Finest

The Act of March 3, 1865 specified in part, that the motto should be included on all gold coins larger than the three dollar piece. Reverse dies for the $20’s were  prepared, containing the new motto at the Philadelphia Mint, but didn’t reach the S.F. Mint until at least March of 1866. Anxious to begin coinage, the Mint began production, using two of the old reverse dies without the motto. In a scenario reminiscent of the earlier 1861-S Paquet Reverse coins, an estimated  120,000 No Motto double eagles were produced and released into circulation before the new dies arrived. Collecting $20’s only became popular in this country in the late 1930s, after President Roosevelt’s Gold Recall of 1933 made it illegal for U.S. citizens to own large amounts of gold in other forms. By then, the 1866-S No Motto twenties had been circulating for decades, and attrition had taken a severe toll. Today, the issue is scarce-to-rare in all grades. The PCGS population is a mere 2 with 5 higher – none finer than MS62.

Offered at $138,500 delivered

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1845 No Motto Seated Liberty Dollar NGC PR67

Exceptionally Rare

This incredible proof is pedigreed to the John Jay Pittman Collection, where it was part of Pittman’s “Complete 1845 Proof Set in Original Case.” In his discussion of this coin, David Akers wrote:

“This proof silver dollar is essentially perfect and is unquestionably the finest proof dollar of the decade that I have ever seen. It is fully struck with a sharp square edge and deep mirror fields that are immaculate and pristine. The few lines present in the fields are actually planchet lines that were not eliminated by the minting process; they are not hairlines. The toning is as extraordinary and perfect as the technical quality of the surfaces, a superb medium multicolored iridescent blend of reddish-gold, which is the predominant color, and considerate violet and blue. Every star is boldly defined with all of its radial lines, and the head and foot of Liberty are extremely sharp. All of the eagle’s features and talons are also fully struck.”

It’s estimated that there are approximately 15 Proof examples known. This is the only PR67 graded by NGC with none higher and PCGS hasn’t graded any higher than PR65.

Offered at $155,000 delivered

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1907 $10 Indian, No Motto PCGS MS 65

First year of issue for the popular St. Gaudens $10 Indian design. A super lustrous, well struck example, sure to elicit strong collector or dealer interest. This 1907 type with No Periods is fairly common in low grade, but robust demand exists for high end specimens such as this one.

From an original mintage of 239,406, there are only 62 graded finer by PCGS and NGC combined.

Ideal for a type set of Gem Quality U.S. gold, and it is offered here at:

Offered @ $6,450 delivered