1910 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS66

Pristine Looking, Golden-Orange

The 1910 Indian quarter eagle is one of the better-struck issues in the early part of the series, frequently seen with rich luster and bold design elements. The challenge comes in finding an example with minimal abrasions, as the typical coin is affected by numerous faint ticks and surface grazes that limit the grade, as well as the eye appeal. This particular representative, therefore, will be a refreshing reward for the patient buyer. The NGC population is just 18 with none graded higher.

Offered at $17,250 delivered

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1907 High Relief Double Eagle NGC PR65+

Gem Proof

No official records have surfaced to document the striking of Proof High Reliefs.  However, David Akers, and many other numismatists have gone on record as believing a small number were struck, and NGC has certified some with specific die characteristics, as proofs (PCGS does not recognize the existence of proof High Reliefs at this time). According to Scott Schechter/NGC: The coins exhibit crisp strikes and distinctive satin surfaces, with heavy, swirling die polish lines, and are struck from the earliest state of one specific die pair. The most easily recognized feature is the edge lettering, as all proofs were struck using the same collar used to strike the Ultra High Relief double eagles, with a raised collar-segment line between the S in PLURIBUS and a star.

Offered at $61,500 delivered

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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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1855 Gold Dollar PCGS MS66

Gem and Then Some

The gold dollar was introduced in 1849, authorized by the same legislation that created the double eagle in the wake of gold discoveries in California. Gold dollars weighed just 1.672 gm and had a diameter of 13 mm, making them even smaller than the three cent silver pieces that would be issued a couple of years later. In 1854, the Mint increased the diameter to 15 mm by thinning the planchet. James B. Longacre redesigned coin to mark the change and adapt the motifs for a thinner planchet. The Type Two design replaced the standard Liberty Head obverse with an Indian Princess bust, and the wreath on the reverse was exchanged for the one designed for the new three dollar gold pieces. However, the new design did not strike up fully on such a thin planchet, and in 1856, the obverse Liberty portrait was replaced with a lower-relief alternative that was similar to the design of the three dollar gold piece.

Offered at $47,400 delivered

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Rare Gem – 1838-O No Stars Seated Liberty Dime NGC MS65

After almost half a century without expansion, the U.S. Mint established three branches that began operations in 1838: Charlotte, Dahlonega, and New Orleans. Of the three, only New Orleans struck silver coinage in addition to gold. Only 404,034 representatives were struck. As the first dime issue produced at the New Orleans Mint, this issue is also popular as a two-year No Stars type. In Mint State this date is scarcely seen, and Gem-quality pieces are nothing short of rare. The NGC population is a mere 4 with 2 higher. Listed at $21,200 in the CDN CPG, $23,400 in the NGC price guide and $22,500 in Trends.

Offered at $16,500 delivered

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