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Dollars:Morgan
Item - 9241
$1 1879S PCGS MS68
  SENSATIONAL!
Sold on 12/2013
We only buy MS68 when they are all there and then some. Of course, this coin is all there and then some!

Super sleek and slight semi-prooflike surfaces are amazingly clean. A full booming and nearly blinding luster beams from all over. Both sides are totally ORIGINAL creamy white color that is framed by a thin band of gold. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and have full strikes. The eye appeal is fabulous and will make any Morgan collectors heart pound!

PCGS 84, NGC 153, CAC 30. The last PCGS/CAC to sell brought $5,750.00 07/2013 LM Auctions. Prior to that $6,038.00 02/2013 Goldberg. There are not as many of these floating around as you would think!

Dollars:Morgan
Item - 9279
$1 1881S PCGS MS68
  PRETTY OBVERSE COLORS!
Sold on 12/2013
Like the rest of the collecting world, we LOVE MS68 Morgans. We buy them when we can (assuming they are real MS68's). So when we see a colored coin like this-we just buy it!

While not godzilla rainbow bag toned, it does have fabulous blazing colors. First, we must tell you the technical quality is all there and then some. Even with a strong glass you won't find ANY hits or giggles. An intense booming luster makes this coin incredibly lively and visible. The obverse has beautiful ORIGINAL moderate colors of forest green/blue/gold/pale violet that vividly swirl all over. The reverse is a natural creamy white. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do stand out. The eye appeal is eye popping gorgeous!

PCGS 104, NGC 216, CAC 52. The last PCGS/CAC MS68 81S Morgan sold for $5,875.00 10/2012 Heritage. Its hard to find this date beaned-and its even rarer to find ANY MS68 with beautiful colors like this!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

For a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 20611593 (the image does NOT do the coin justice).

Gold:Eagles:Indian
Item - 9527
$10 1916S PCGS MS64+
  SUPER HIGH END!
Sold on 12/2013
As most of you know, we ONLY believe in the + when the coin really is virtually the next grade up. We will NOT buy ANY coin that is not HIGH END that has a +! This coin is all there and then some in that regard.

Save for a small (and we mean small and invisible) frost break on the upper cheek, we see NO other reason why this coin is not graded an MS65. We all have seen worse in MS65 holders. The surfaces are super satiny and are remarkably clean. A strong "satiny" luster shows off wonderful even ORIGINAL gold colored surfaces. There are NO spots or discolorations anywhere. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is truly exceptional!

PCGS 36, NGC 31, CAC 7. This is only the second MS64+ graded. The other one sold in auction for $21,150.00 10/12 Heritage. Do not be fooled by the pops-this date does NOT appear in any frequency as a regular MS64. Opportunity knocks so loud its deafening for the astute $10 Indian Collector!

Nickels:Buffalo
Item - 9603
5C 1937D 3 LEG PCGS MS65+
  THE HOLEY GRAIL OF 3 LEGGERS!
Sold on 12/2013
Have you ever seen some of the MS66's? At least two have turned, one we wonder why PCGS was thinking, and of the 6 graded we have only seen ONE that is real MS66! This coin is the next best thing.

No question this seriously ABOVE average coin has sat undisturbed for the majority of its life. The surfaces are superb in ever respect. Slight matte like, there re NO problem visible with even a strong glass. A surprisingly bold luster beams from all over. The coin has totally ORIGINAL nickel color with a hint of faint gold. All of the details are exceptionally struck. The eye appeal is seriously fantastic!

PCGS 53, NGC 57, CAC 21. PCGS has graded only 2 coins MS65+. This coin last sold in auction in the LM 12/12 Sale and realized $40,250.00. Opportunities to acquire a SUPERB GEM "key date" like this do not come around with any frequency anymore. And try finding a A beaned GEM Buffalo too! This is a great coin, destined for a great collection.



Half Cents
Item - 9551
H.01 1797 PCGS M64BN 1 ABOVE 1 ELIASBERG
  AMAZING!
Sold on 12/2013
This coin is ULTRA HIGH END. If you do not believe us, come see it for yourself! We see no real reason why PCGS did not grade it MS65BN. This coin was an NGC MS65BN (sorry we do not have the tag) and SOLD for $115,000.00 in 2006 Heritage. Plus, you have to love the Eliasberg pedigree as well.

Again, we see NO reason why PCGS did NOT grade this coin an MS65BN. After spending quite some time examining it-we believe it is a 64.9+ for sure. Do to know what they saw that we can not find. First, this coin is struck on a good planchet. There is NO pitting. The cleanliness of this coin is off the chart. A light luster and some gloss rise off the surfaces. Both sides are a gorgeous and totally ORIGINAL chocolate brown color. There are NO spots or stains. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck. Only with a strong glass can you see a small raised die crack on her upper cheek (as made). The coolness and eye appeal of this coin are INCREDIBLE!

PCGS 4, NGC 0, CAC 1. The last known auction record for this coin was a MS65 where it sold for $115,000.00 in 2006-heritage. It was down graded to PCGS and was part of a world class type set until last year. The ONLY way you ever could buy a better 1797, is to buy the Missouri Cabinets MS66BN for a sum that will make this coin look like we priced it a cents on the dollar! Just look at what happened to the NGC coins in Newman! The pricing guides are way off because NONE of these have traded hands in the past few years. Legend Numismatics is proud to own and offer this mindboggling 216 year old rare GEM!

Three Cent Nickel
Item - 9541
3CN 1866 PCGS PR66DCAMEO
  A STUNNING CAMEOED GEM!
Sold on 12/2013
What a wicked neat coin! The contrast is stunning and the quality is all there and then some!

Stunning ultra deep mirrors are crystal clear, super clean-the only crud is on the holder, and have incredible reflectivity. The mirrors look like freshly formed silvery black ice. Miss Liberty and the details are amazingly struck and have thick ORIGINAL frost. This coin is awesome eye candy to look it!

ONLY 625 pieces were ever minted. PCGS 9, NGC 7, CAC 5 (this coin maybe 2). The last one that sold in auction brought $4,250.00 02/2013 Heritage. There are price records for between $4,250.00 and $6,325.00 in the last 3 years for these. This is a very hard coin to find-especially looking so nice!

Commemorative:Silver
Item - 9530
50C CALIFORNIA PCGS MS66
  VERY HIGH END!
Sold on 12/2013
Not everything we handle is VERY or SUPER high end-but this coin is !

Superb surfaces are super clean and satiny. A glowing and full luster shows off light patches of light ORIGINAL golden brown scattered about. All of the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 322, NGC 421, CAC 81. This is not your average MS66. If regraded it very well should be a MS66+ (no promises though).

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE.

Gold:Double Eagles:Liberty
Item - 9570
$20 1860 PCGS AU55
  ORIGINAL!
Sold on 12/2013
If you expect a clean, smooth, dipped, sexy coin-this is not! It is a gritty and slight granular ORIGINAL piece. Yes, it does have the light "dirty" toning look. There are several teenie ticks scattered about. Some original luster does remain. Miss Liberty and the details are well struck. In the end, the eye appeal is pleasing!

PCGS 83, NGC 189, CAC 9. The last PCGS/CAC piece to sell brought $4,993.00 way back in 08/2012 Heritage. Opportunity knocks loud here!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 9585
50C 1935 PCGS MS67
  A BALL OF LUSTER!
Sold on 12/2013
This is the way a not dipped, totally ORIGINAL 1935 SUPERB GEM should be!

The surfaces are superior and have NO major problems. They are super satiny too. A strong luster shows of light totally ORIGINAL golden toning that is evenly scattered all over. Miss Liberty and the details have remarkable strikes-you can clearly see the split in the thumb with out a glass. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 38, NGC 25, CAC 15. The se have brought $3,800.00-$4,550.00 in the past several auctions recently. If your a picky Walker Collector, you should consider this fine GEM!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Quarters:Standing Liberty
Item - 9524
25C 1927D PCGS MS65FH
  TOTALLY ORIGINAL!
Sold on 12/2013
We adore these pieces-especially when they look like this one!

You can tell this coin has sat somewhere fully protected possibly for the last 86 years. There are NO marks or problems of ANY size, ANY where. The surfaces just can't be any more virgin looking. Both sides have a decent luster that shows off ORIGINAL silvery white surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are very well struck. There is some minor weakness in two rivets in the shield-but that looks to be how it was struck. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 75, NGC 44, CAC 9. The last one to sell in a major auction brought $2,465.00 06/2013 Stacks. A PCGS NON CAC piece just sold for $2,232.00 Heritage. Do not let the pops fool you, finding NICE unmessed with examples like this is nearly impossible!

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