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Dollars:Morgan
Item - 10439
$1 1898O PCGS MS67 OGH
  SUPERB!
Sold on 10/2014
Can't say we have handled one of these recently-especially in an old green tag holder!

Superb in every respect. The surfaces are super clean and have a satiny smooth texture. A full booming cartwheel luster shows off pristine white surfaces all over. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full strikes. The eye appeal is very nice!

PCGS 199, NGC 180, CAC 47. The last PCGS CAC coin to sell in auction brought $2,173.00 09/2013 heritage. These are not as common or easy to find as you might think!

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Dimes:Seated
Item - 10067
10C 1852 PCGS MS66
  SUPERB!
Sold on 10/2014
The greatness of this coin can not be described by just words, you really need to see it! This piece is a all there and then some MS66.

Extra smooth velvety surfaces are super clean. Even with a strong glass there are no issues to ruin the party of greatness. A strong luster shows off totally ORIGINAL creamy white that mixes with hints of gold/pale purple all over. Miss Liberty and the details are are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fabulous!

PCGS 3, NGC 6, CAC 3. NO MS66 PCGS CAC piece has ever sold in auction. Whats wrong with this picture? You have a terrific 162 year old totally ORIGINAL GEM. It has a pop of a mere 3 coins with only possibly 4 higher. Auction records show specimens have sold only 4 times since 2007 (we think its the same one). Why isn't this a $10,000.00 coin? Sadly a 1C 1990S NO S PR69 Ultra Cameo sold for $7,050.00 at the Long Beach Auction. While we do not know the eaxct pops we assure you its more then just 3! We'll take the Dime everytime!

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Quarters:Standing Liberty
Item - 10395
25C 1926 PCGS MS66FH
  REALLY NICE!
Sold on 10/2014
Any Standing Quarter purist WILL love this GEM! Hard to imagine a much nicer coin. The quality is HIGH END!

Immaculate surfaces really are just that-and are smooth too. Even using a strong glass you will find NO imperfections. A very strong luster shows off mostly original white surfaces. There is a touch of toning splashed around the peripheries. A pinpoint toning dot can be seen at 6:00 on the reverse. Most important: Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck. You do NOT need a glass to see the rivets in the shield or her unquestionable full head. The eye appeal of this piece is splendid!

PCGS 32, NGC 19, CAC 8. The last piece to sell in auction brought $3,819.00 06/2014 Heritage. Opportunity knocks loud for the series Standing Quarter enthusiast.

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Cents:Lincoln
Item - 10348
1C 1912 PCGS PR66BN
  WOW, WOW,WOW!
Sold on 10/2014
We know 1912 to be a "sleeper" date in terms of its extreme rarity in true GEM. And whoa, this coin is some true dynamite GEM!

Yet again we question as to why PCGS did not grade this coin PR67BN. The surfaces are clearly flawless. You can easily see the full matte texture. A bold gloss/luster beams from all over. There are NO spots or discolorations. Both sides are a juicy original brown mixed with hints of blue/pale gold colors. Lincoln and all of the details are pinpoint sharp in strike and boldly stand out. Like the quality, the eye appeal is phenomenal!

PCGS 17, NGC 13, CAC 7. Do not be fooled by the pops, these coin seldom appear for sale. We can not find any early auction records for this date or grade. Opportunity knocks loud if your a PR Lincoln Cent collector!

Cents:Large
Item - 10405
1C 1851 PCGS MS65RD N-10 NAFTZGER
  NAFTZGER GRADED THIS COIN MS70!!!
Sold on 10/2014
What in the world was PCGS thinking when they graded this? We can not make any guarantees, but if this isn't a 66RD, then what is (a 67 in a 66 holder?). You MUST see it to believe it!

The surfaces are absolutely FLAWLESS. There isn't even a microscopic imperfection to be found. A strong luster shows off not only the satiny texture of the surfaces, but the GEM ORIGINAL MINT RED color that blazes all over. There are no signs of fading and you can tell the color is quite stable. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have exceptionally sharp strikes. The eye appeal is so incredible, you'll spend days trying to get your eye balls back in their sockets!

PCGS 17, NGC 8, CAC 4. PCGS has graded NONE higher. Even Noyes graded this coin MS69, while the crazed EAC gods called it a 67 in the original Naftzger sale. In the original Naftzger sale, we dropped out of bidding when this broke $20,000.00. It sold for $24,150.00 09/2009. Then it reappeared in the Cardinal sale and brought a weak $10,575.00 01/2013 Stack. An average 1851 PCGS MS65RD brought $8,225.00 08/2014 heritage. Not just because of the pedigree, this coin is special in EVERY respect when compared to ANY other GEM RED Large Cent for the Type! We can not stress how much opportunity knocks here for the Large cent lover!

Cents:Large
Item - 10296
1C 1851/81 PCGS MS65BN
  PHENOMENAL!
Sold on 10/2014
This coin is so jaw dropping high end it will actually break your jaw after its the floor so hard! We are in love here!

From across the room you can see this coins stunning glassy surfaces. Upon closer examination you'll see they are flawless. The luster/gloss is incredibly strong. Both sides are bathed in a gorgeous original light chocolate brown/pale blue color. There are ZERO spots or stains. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck. You do NOT need a glass to see the overlapping 1 in the date. As we said in the beginning, the eye appeal is jaw dropping!

PCGS 5, NGC 11, CAC 2. PCGS has graded only one MS65+ and one MS66. This a recognized over date-and we do not see them appear very often. The last one that sold in auction was a PCGS NON CAC piece. That brought $4,313.00 09/2011 heritage. We bought this right and feel our offering price is more then fair!

Sorry, these is no pedigree with this coin and we do NOT accept EAC standards. This is a really great GEM!

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Gold:Eagles:Liberty
Item - 10437
$10 1846 PCGS AU55
  A VERY CHOICE AU COIN!
Sold on 10/2014
Seriously above average for the date. Collectors do not realize how "ratty" these earlier date P Mints can come.

The surfaces have the typical pinpoint ticks and a few light stray lines. Nothing is big or stands out and catches your eye. A surprising strong luster lights up totally original deeper gold/pale burnt orange colors. There are NO spots or discolorations. You can clearly see this is an unmessed with ORIGINAL coin. Miss Liberty and the details are actually fully struck. The wear is extremely light. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 5, NGC 13, CAC 3. After 25+ years of operations, PCGS has graded only 3 coins higher. NO PCGS CAC piece has ever sold at auction. In fact-here's proof of the dates rarity-the last PCGS AU55 to sell at auction, was back in 11/2000 B+M! That coin then brought $7,475.00. Even in AU58-the last one of those to sell was back in 2004 for $13,225.00. We can't stress enough what a tremendous opportunity this coin is for any $10 Lib collector!

For a sneak peak, visit PCGS cert verification: 30838661

Half Dollars:Barber
Item - 10303
50C 1902 PCGS PR66+
  A HIGH END SUPERB GEM!
Sold on 10/2014
This remarkable GEM is "Legend quality" every time! Buy this and lets work on a set of PR66 Barber halves together. We'll get you the very best coins (like this for the grades).

Remarkable mirrors are crystal clear, super clean, have bold depth, and are incredibly reflective. There is a gorgeous totally original band of of blue/pale russet color the frames only the obverse peripheries. This is NOT a dipped out retoned coin. Also, typically the colors on a 1902 are thick and dull. Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike and have light frost. The eye appeal is awesome!

ONLY 777 were ever minted. PCGS 25, NGC 31, CAC 4. We can't find any records of ANY PCGS CAC piece selling since 2011. Back then the coin brought $4,600.00 04/2011 Heritage. Need any more proof as to how this date is a "silent stopper"?

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Cents
Item - 10463
1C-$1 1898 PCGS PR64-67
  A SUPERB MATCHED ORIGINAL PROOF SET!
Sold on 10/2014
As many of you know, we strongly believe that matched ORIGINAL PR sets are the last frontier of numismatics. We strongly believe they have been overlooked in terms of both rarity and prices. This set is a wicked cool set-each coin is clearly matched. ALL but one is CAC beaned.

1C 1898 PCGS PRR66+RB CAC . Most Indian Cent fans would pick this coin out of the set in a heartbeat. Its very high end and has gorgeous color! (30774242)

5C 1898 PCGS PR65 CAC. A no non sense piece. Light original toning evenly covers both sides.

10C PCGS PR64 CAC. Slightly speckled toning covers all the surfaces. A planchet flake on the reverse is what keeps it from a PR66 grade!

25C 1898 PCGS PR67 CAC. Moderate semi-dusky original toning covers both sides. It matched the rest of the coins. You can clearly see the flash of the mirrors.

50C 1898 PCGS PR67. This coin did not CAC and we can not see why. It is a total match to all the other coins. The technical quality is all there.

$1 1898 PCGS PR66+ CAC. Just a few well hidden light lines from full PR67. The colors absolutely are original and match every other silver coin! (30774247)

Think about this-how many GEM PR matched original PCGS PR sets have you seen in the past year? We sure have seen very few-and try and specialize in them. We are convinced that as time goes on, collectors will realize the great rarities these sets are and will expand the "set premiums" to appropriate levels.

We strongly suggest if you have dupes or stuff sitting around-get rid of them and trade in to something like with far better potential.

Dimes:Barber
Item - 10283
10C 1906 PCGS PR64 CAMEO
  A BLAZER!
Sold on 10/2014
Can't beat this coins wonderful quality or eye appeal!

Deep mirrors are intensely clean, clean, and have powerful reflectivity. the mirrors look like a freshly made sheet of glass. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and have bold strikes. The eye appeal is terrific!

ONLY 675 were ever minted. PCGS 11, NGC 3, CAC 2. Our feelings are still if a coin has a mintage of LESS then 1,000 pieces and a price of LESS then 1,000.00 and its a 64 or higher-buy it! Obviously this coin still fits those parameters.

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