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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1867 No Rays Shield Nickel NGC PR67 Ultra Cameo

The One and Only

The first of the No Rays proof issues in the Shield nickel series, a design change that would last until the series’ end in 1883. Out of an estimated 600+ proofs produced for the 1867 No Rays, this is the single finest of just three specimens rated as having Ultra Cameo contrast by NGC. The contrast and eye appeal are much more pronounced in-hand, especially with respect to the reverse.

Offered at $9,600 delivered

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1857 Gold Dollar NGC PR64+ Ultra Cameo

Extremely Rare

Prior to 1858, the U.S. Mint had no organized program for selling proof sets to collectors, and so production of proofs was small and erratic. This held true especially for gold coins; Garrett and Guth state of the proof 1857 gold dollar: “The mintage is unknown, but it may be somewhere in the 15 to 18 coin range. There are probably about 10 coins still remaining.” On the other hand, PCGS estimates a mintage of approximately a dozen pieces. We’re aware of only three Proof exampled having been auctioned in the past ten years and only one of them was a Deep Cameo/Ultra Cameo. In hand, this coin exhibits loads of eye-appeal and richly frosted devices, offset beautifully by deeply reflective fields.

Offered at $31,950 delivered

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