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Dollars:Seated
Item - 8033
$1 1883 HAWAII PCGS MS65+ EX FORSYTHE
  AN AMAZING GEM!
Sold on 08/2012
True GEM HI Dollars are rare. We estimate that there are no more than 15-25 total in existence (if that many). Recently, the world class Forsythe Collection of HI coin was sold. With the exception of the Damon estate about 6 years ago, there have been NO other massive collections of HI coins known (although we think there is one in HI). Once these coins dribble off the market, collectors will have no more chances to buy any. GEM Dollars have appeared only Once every 2-3 years! We are pleased to have purchased one of the FINEST MS Dollars from the Forsythe Collection.

This coin would grade higher if it were a Morgan! There are a few scattered and very teenie lines on the surfaces-but they do not distract (you really need a glass to see them). A full booming luster really brings out the best of the pretty (and ORIGINAL) colors of golden brown/blue/russet. Every detail is sharply struck and has thick frost. The eye appeal is really like the quality-exceptional!

PCGS 10, NGC 9, CAC 2. This is the ONLY MS65+ graded by PCGS or NGC. Prior to the Forsythe coins selling in 2011+2012 a PCGS/CAC example (probably the same coin) sold for $23,000.00. Prior to that in 2006-2008 one was floating around at a slightly higher level. Collectors universe values these around $40,000.00. We think these should be $30-$40,000.00 as well. This coin is NOT your average MS65, it is clearly worthy of its MS65+ designation!

To see a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 25093788.

Cents:Lincoln
Item - 7981
1C 1914D PCGS MS65RD
  MAJOR WOW FACTOR HERE!
Sold on 08/2012
We are the worlds worst super weenie copper freaks. This happens to be our "secret" favorite date and grade in the Lincolns. We do try and buy them, but its been a VERY long time (2008 actually) since we have seen one we really liked. Four years is a VERY long time!

We LOVE this coin! Its a real unmolested GEM. Both sides have tremendous luster which booms in a cartwheel like effect. There are NO spots save for a few teenie toning dots. The surfaces are 100% ORIGINAL GEM Mint RED. No problem can be found even using a strong glass. Lincoln and the details are exceptionally struck. The eye appeal is like the luster-tremendous!

PCGS 56, NGC 20, CAC 7. We have no record of any CAC piece ever selling in major auction. Our price is based upon what we paid. Opportunity knocks loud for any picky Lincoln Cent Collector!

Cents:Large
Item - 7951
1C 1826 PCGS MS66BN N-7 NAFTZGER
  ANOTHER MS66.9+++!!!
Sold on 08/2012
This coin was sent from heaven! If it were in an MS67BN holder, we'd still LOVE it every bit as much!!!

Mind boggling ultra clean and smooth satiny surfaces cover both sides. The luster is strong and has a full cartwheel look. The surfaces are colored an ORIGINAL even chocolate brown with a blush of totally ORIGINAL blue. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have extra sharp strikes. There is slight weakness in a star or two-which my be the ONLY reason it is not an MS67. The eye appeal is breathtaking!

PCGS 4, NGC 1, CAC 1. Back in 2009, this coin auctioned for $4,830.00 in the naftzger Goldberg sale. That price was waaay too cheap. We think a SUPERB GEM like this should be worth at least $20,000.00. You are certainly never going to see many pieces that are similar. And how many 1826 MS66 coins (of any denomination) do you EVER see?

Dimes:Seated
Item - 8115
10C 1837 PCGS PR64
  DEEPLY MIRRORED!
Sold on 08/2012
No Stars Dimes are cool-they are even cooler when you can find a fully mirrored near miss GEM Proof!

Deep, crystal clear, and remarkably reflective mirrors cover both sides. Only with a strong glass can you find any teenie lines scattered about. No problems are visible to the naked eye. The color is a totally ORIGINAL pale gold/tangerine/lilac/lavender mix and is quite pretty. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have needle sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fabulous!

ONLY 30 pieces were ever minted! PCGS 7, NGC 14, CAC 3. We do believe there have been several resubmissions-including this coin! The last PCGS/CAC coin to sell in a major auction brought $19,550.00 08/2011 Stacks. This is not a date you see offer often at all!

For a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 26162674.

This coin definitely is a real numismatic treasure!

Dimes:Barber
Item - 7961
10C 1895 PCGS PR66+CAMEO
  SHEER PERFECTION!
Sold on 08/2012
This piece definitely is a borderline PR67.

After carefully examining it with a strong glass, we found ZERO imperfections. The mirrors are deep, crystal clear, and have strong reflectivity. A totally ORIGINAL moderate layer of lavender/pale blue/gold evenly covers both sides. Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike and have thick creamy white frost. The eye appeal is great!

ONLY 880 pieces were ever minted. PCGS 12, NGC 16, CAC 4. This is the second PR66+ CA graded by PCGS or NGC. The other piece sold at auction for $3,457.00 11/11 Stacks. We bough this SUPERB GEM right and will pass the savings on to you!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Three Cent Nickel
Item - 7973
3CN 1869 PCGS PR65 DCAMEO
  DEEP AND WATERY MIRRORS!
Sold on 08/2012
We LOVE these when come so ULTRA BLACK and WHITE!

Deep, crystal clear, super clean, and highly reflective mirrors cover both sides. They are like liquid and you can twirl this coin all day. Miss Liberty and the details are heavily frosted a snowy white and have full strikes. The eye appeal is great!

ONLY 600 were minted. PCGS 17, NGC 4, CAC 3. The last one to sell in major auction brought $1,725.00 4/12 Heritage. These are NOT easy to find!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Cents:Large
Item - 7945
1C 1830 PCGS MS66BN N-2 LG LET NAFTZGER
  A MONSTER PIECE!
Sold on 08/2012
We all know PCGS is scared stiff of copper-especially this kind. So naturally, they grade extremely tough. This coin (in our opinion) should be a 66+ BN. Regardless, its a coin that when you see it, your knees get weak!

The obverse actually has GEM ORIGINAL Mint Red around the devices. The surfaces are super satiny and have NO problems of any size ANY where (the reverse has some toning spots). A full booming unbroken luster shows off gorgeous even ORIGINAL brown surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are perfectly struck. The eye appeal is phenomenal!

PCGS 2, NGC 1, CAC 2. There are NONE higher. No question this is a date you never see! Even in MS65 these (when available) can trade for $5-$6,000.00.

We are pleased to own and offer one of the FINEST GEM 1830 Large cents.

Dimes:Barber
Item - 7992
10C 1899S PCGS MS66
  TOTALLY ORIGINAL+SUPERB!
Sold on 08/2012
You need a glass to see the small reeding mark that keeps this coin from grading MS67!

The surfaces overall are super velvety and have NO problems. A full booming luster shows off totally ORIGINAL shades of gold/pale blue/pale purple colors. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 8, NGC 4, CAC 3. The last one to sell in a major auction was a PCGS NON CAC coin. It brought $5,750.00 12/10. You sure do not see these around too often! Just about ALL GEM MS Seated and Barber coins are UNDERVALUED (in our opinion).

Quarters:Barber
Item - 7645
25C 1911 PCGS PR65 CAMEO
  GLASSY MIRRORS!
Sold on 08/2012
There are NO imperfections or ANY size to be found ANY where-even if you are using a strong glass. The mirrors are crisp, crystal clear, clean, and have powerful reflectivity. Some light magenta/purple toning is scattered mostly by the rims and in some fields. Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike and have thick white frost. The eye appeal is beautiful!

ONLY 543 pieces were ever minted. PCGS 12, NGC 13, CAC 5. The last PCGS/CAC piece to sell in major auction brought $2,530.00 11/2010-thats TWO years ago! These certainly are NOT growing on trees! Opportunity can't knock any louder!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Gold:Double Eagles:Saint-Gaudens
Item - 8037
$20 1915 PCGS MS64+
  HIGH END!
Sold on 08/2012
Superb! This date comes notoriously choppy, dull, and crusty. Obviously, this piece is not!

Both sides are satiny and have only MINOR teenie ticks scattered about. The surfaces do appear satiny. A full booming luster shows off totally ORIGINAL colors of deep yellow gold. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have excellent strikes. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 280, NGC 367, CAC 25. In MS64+ PCGS has graded only 8 coins. The last one to sell in major auction brought $8,625.00 4/12 Heritage. Another sold for $11,500.00 03/2012. Keep in mind, a PCGS/CAC MS65 would cost you well in excess of $20,000.00-IF you could even find one!

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