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Cents
Item - 7786
1C-50C 1914 PCGS PR67 SET!
  THE WILDEST MOST AMAZING 1914 THAT EXISTS!
Sold on 06/2012
No need for a long description.

THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING MULTICOLORED 1914 SET WE HAVE EVER SEEN!

1C PR67 RB

5C PR67+

10C PR67

25C PR67

50C PR67+. The half dollar is the FINEST graded by PCGS.

No question this is a matched totally ORIGINAL set.

SORRY, WE WILL NOT CONSIDER BREAKING UP THIS SET-AND DO NOT ASK!

Cents:Large
Item - 7953
1C 1833 PCGS MS66BN N-3 NAFTZGER
  ULTRA HIGH END!
Sold on 06/2012
Yet another ULTRA HIGH END piece. This we really can't find ANY reason (even microscopic) as to why it is not an MS67BN! What you seeon the faceis minor planchet issues-NOT problems. PCGS needs to be this way with ALL coins!

Use the strongest glass you can, you will find NO problems of ANY size ANY where on this coin. The surfaces are boldly smooth and satiny. They show traces of slight prooflike mirrors too. An intense full booming luster shows of the heart pounding totally ORIGINAL faded Mint red that hides around the devices and beautiful ORIGINAL chocolate brown/w pale blue that covers the balance of the surfaces. There are NO flecks or spots. Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike. The appeal is mind boggling!

PCGS 3, NGC 1, CAC 1. We believe this is NOT the N-3 that was sold in Naftzger for only $5,175.00 in 2009. Today, we think this should be worth $15-$20,000.00. This coin's history indicates it has been off the market since 2004. It is one hell of a coin!

Quarters:Barber
Item - 7980
25C 1908 PCGS PR67 CAMEO
  SUPER RARE!
Sold on 06/2012
We can't say enough about this coins HIGH END quality or its great value!

This is a lightly toned Cameo (you can clearly see the contrast). The mirrors are super deep, have amazing clarity, have ZERO imperfections of ANY size, ANY where, and are wildly reflective. The mirrors do flow like water when you twirl them. Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike and are loaded with thick GEM frost. Both sides are evenly covered by a light to moderate totally ORIGINAL mix of olive/forest green/blue/gold colors. The eye appeal is gorgeous!

ONLY 545 were ever minted. This coin is one of the FINEST graded-PCGS/NGC have done NONE higher! Of course there is no such thing as a 1908 Ultra cameo.

PCGS 3, NGC 6, CAC 4. There are not many examples to find. Post 1900 cameo Barbers are rare. The last one to sell in major auction brought $8,338.00 07/08 B+M. Thats FOUR years ago! We think this coin represents tremendous value and potential.

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 7988
50C 1939 PCGS PR67
  GREAT MIRRORS!
Sold on 06/2012
No question this is a totally ORIGINAL GEM!

Shimmering glassy mirrors have NO imperfections of ANY size, ANY where. They also exhibit great clarity, depth,and reflectivity. There is a light layer of pewter like color-which tells us this coin sat in tissue paper for a long time. To the naked eye, this coin is silvery white (we do NOT buy hazy coins). Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike and have silvery frost. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 341, NGC 365, CAC 64. The last one to sell in a major auction brought $1,093.00 4/12 Heritage.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 7990
50C 1941D PCGS MS67
  A BLAZING FROSTY WHITE GEM!
Sold on 06/2012
WOW! This is the epitome of what an MS67 Walker should look like!

Both sides are remarkably clean and smooth. Even the dreaded right field has practically NO marks. A full booming luster shows off the frosty and snowy white surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are also frosted and have full sharp strikes. The eye appeal has a major WOW factor!

PCGS 140, NGC 173, CAC 27. The last PCGS/CAC piece to sell in major auction brought $1,006.00 4/12 Heritage. There are a few others being offered at $1,200.00-$1,325.00. We bought this great SUPERB GEM right!

For a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 25094669.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 7991
50C 1941 PCGS MS67
  INTENSE LUSTER!
Sold on 06/2012
This is the exact way an MS67 Walker should be -blasty snowy white and nearly blinding with luster! There are NO marks of ANY size ANY where. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do have frost. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 461, NGC 551, CAC 155. The last PCGS/CAC piece to sell in major auction brought $805.00 03/12 Heritage.

For a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 18652225.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Cents:Large
Item - 7952
1C 1825 PCGS MS65BN N-7 NAFTZGER
  OUTRAGEOUS QUALITY!
Sold on 06/2012
And we thought the 1825 in PCGS MS64+BN we have posted was wild-eh! This GEM is all there.

The obverse is a full BN, while the reverse seriously borders on RB. Only with a strong glass can you see a teenie tick or two. to the naked eye this coin is clean. The surfaces are also slightly reflective as well as being satiny. A full booming luster shows all of the totally ORIGINAL colors of Mint Red/ chocolate brown/faded pale blue. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and appear boldly. The eye appeal is magnificent!

PCGS 2, NGC 0, CAC 1. PCGS has graded 2 coins higher. The only N-7 to appear at auction was from the Naftzger Collection. It realized $10,062.50 back in 09/09 Goldberg. An NGC N-10 sold for $12,362.50 in the same sale. We can't stress how cheap that was and what a great value this coin is today! We think this is also a $20,000.00 coin. Regardless, it will make an awesome addition to what ever collection it is placed in!

Three Cent Silver
Item - 7898
3CS 1867 NGC PR67 CAMEO
  A MONSTER CAMEOED GEM!
Sold on 06/2012
The ONLY reason why this coin is not in a PCGS holder (and worth $12,500.00) pure ridiculous politics. CAC beaned it. There is NOTHING wrong with this coin as a PR67 Cameo-we should know, we have built the #1+2 all time finest PCGS and NGC 3CS PR sets! Nothing angers us more than this crazy cross over game.

Perfect mirrors cover perfect surfaces all over. The mirrors are deep, have amazing clarity, there are NO marks, and the mirrors have bold reflectivity. A deep ORIGINAL mix of navy/gold/blue/purple colors intermingle all over and open into untoned areas. Every detail is needle sharp in strike and does have generous frost. BOTH the quality and eye appeal are tremendous!

ONLY 625 pieces were ever minted. PCGS 2, NGC 3, CAC 1. The last NGC coin to sell in major auction (a NON CAC piece) brought $10,925.00 04/2007 Heritage. This absolutely is NOT that coin. In fact, this coin is fresh to the market. It is from a tiny estate sale that had an incredible group of these that were sold recently (we bought all of them). Opportunity knocks loud for the colored GEM PR 3CS enthusiast!

Cents:Large
Item - 7947
1C 1837 PCGS MS65BN N-7 MED LETTERS
  A NO QUESTION MS65.9++++!!!
Sold on 06/2012
When we first saw this coin we graded a full MS66RB and gave it our highest rating. Even now we do not see a why it is not an MS66. If PCGS were as tight on ALL coins as it is on these, the coin market would be worth 1000X more today!

This coin absolutely borders on being a full MS65RB. There are bold hints of ORIGINAL MINT RED splashed all over. The surfaces really are PERFECT-and we looked at them over and over and over with a powerful glass. A monster FULL BOOMING luster also shows off how satiny they are. Miss Liberty and the details are lightly frosted and have sharp strikes. There is minor weakness in a star or two (probably why they would not MS66 it). Still, you take one look at this monster and your jaw will drop and lock-it is a magnificent work of art!

PCGS 13, NGC 16, CAC 4. Hard to believe there could be a finer coin! The last time one sold was back in 09/09 and it was NON CAC. It realized $3,910.00 Goldberg. This coin has been off the market since 2003 and is Ex Turissini.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Dollars:Early
Item - 7964
$1 1795 FH PCGS AU55 2 LEAVES
  A TREMENDOUS ORIGINAL COIN!
Sold on 06/2012
There are more problems with the holder than the coin! This is a VERY pleasing AU55.

Both sides are problem free. The surfaces reveal a satiny texture shown off by a super strong luster. Some clashing and diagnostic marks are visible. A mellow layer of ORIGINAL pale reddish gold covers all the surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are very well struck. The wear is minor with NO heavy discolorations being evident on the high points. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 21, NGC 10, CAC 1. The auction records are strong: the last one to sell brought $37,950.00 09/11 Goldberg. The one before it brought $46,000.00 05/11 Goldberg. We bough this coin really right and will pass the savings on to you!

You certainly do NOT see these offered any more. Also, CAC is VERY stingy as what it beans. So many of these big beautiful coins have been messed with. Opportunity knocks loud here to get a great ORIGINAL 1795 FH Bust Dollar!

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