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Gold:Double Eagles:Liberty
Item - 7346
$20 1865S BROTHER JONATHAN PCGS AU58
  WELL PRESERVED!
Sold on 11/2011
We ONLY buy these when they are nice. More important, we ONLY buy them when they are still in their ORIGINAL holders-like this coin is!

We have seen similar coins in higher grade holders. We do believe this coin is high end, but it is an AU58+ at best. There are NO major marks anywhere. The wear is light and is well hidden. A few teenie ticks are scattered about. You really need a glass to see them. Surprisingly, some luster does still remain. It brings out the thick orange/deep gold colors. There are NO spots or discolorations on the high points. Miss Liberty and the details are well struck. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 33, NGC 80, CAC 3. Take our word on this, you will NOT see many of these still in the ORIGINAL holder (that's where a lot of value is). Plus, the fact there are only 3 with CAC beans out of a possible 113 coins graded makes a pretty strong statement as well. Regardless, if you want a real treasure ship coin, this maybe one of the most affordable pieces you can buy (at least for the Bro Jo coins)!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Commemorative:Silver
Item - 7056
50C 1936 TEXAS PCGS MS67+ GUTTAG
  PERFECT!
Sold on 11/2011
Had that dang + button not been on the frozen in position, this coin could possibly (no guarantee) have graded MS68! THIS IS A SPECIAL COIN!

We can not find a single problem anywhere of any size. The surfaces are sleek and emit a strong luster. A light mist of ORIGINAL gold/pale lavender covers both sides. All of the details are frosty and have extra sharp strikes. The eye appeal is wonderful!

ONLY 8900 were minted. Considering MS66's are about $750.00 and MS68's $7,500.00, we think this coin is priced really right!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Patterns
Item - 5783
J- 915 1870 25C PCGS PR66RB DENALI
  BEAUTIFUL COLOR!
Sold on 11/2011
This is a R7 (4-12 minted). It is a Standard Silver pattern struck in copper. The coin is totally pristine!

Deep and glittering mirrors are clean and have amazing clarity. They have amazing reflectivity too. Wonderful colors of rich Mint red/violet/magenta/blue swirl on both sides. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full strikes. There is a VERY teenie die chip on her neck that you need a glass to see (mentioned for accuracy). The eye appeal overall is beautiful!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. There are NO auction records for ANY PR66's. In PR65, an NGC coin sold in 2008 for $4,830.00 Stacks. Opportunity knocks loud here!

Patterns
Item - 5781
J- 913 1870 25C PCGS PR65CAMEO DENALI
  SUPER FLASHY!
Sold on 11/2011
This is an R7 (4-12 minted). It is a Standard Silver pattern struck in silver.

Extremely deep and crystal clear mirrors are clean and have intense reflectivity. They look like a freshly formed sheet of ice! Some light dusky golden brown/blue toning appears by the peripheries. Miss Liberty and the details are exquisitely struck and have light silvery frost. The eye appeal is exceptional!

PCGS 2, NGC 0, CAC 1. There are NO auction records for any selling since 2000. The Judd book values a non cameo at $3,800.00. Even if there were 50 minted, the price just seems too cheap!

Patterns
Item - 6828
J- 981 50C 1870 PCGS PR65
  AN ULTRA HIGH END ELECTRIC SIGN!
Sold on 11/2011
This is an R-6 (21-31 minted). It is a true pattern. OMG-this is one of the most electrified HIGH END Standard Silver pieces we have EVER seen (and we have seen the BEST OF THE BEST)!

Shimmering ultra deep, crystal clear, clean, and outrageously reflective mirrors highlight both sides. A totally booming electric ring of royal blue/magenta/violet/pale tangerine colors cover the surfaces. There is a trace of an old finger print. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and have full strikes. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 1, NCG 0, CAC 1. Only the Simpson coin (an NGC PR66) is finer.

Cents:Large
Item - 7309
1C 1785 BAR CENT PCGS AU58
  A SUPERB GEM AU!
Sold on 11/2011
We can not say we know much about these other than we have seen an few and think they are neater then heck!

Copied from COINFACTS: "Bar "Cents" first appeared in the American Colonies in 1785, when they joined the mix of motley coppers then in circulation. Their weight was too low to be valued at a Cent, but the name has stuck through use and tradition (in fact, the weight is almost identical to the U.S. Half Cents of 1795 and later years). The obverse features a U.S.A. monogram nearly identical to that seen on pewter buttons worn on the uniforms of Continental soldiers. The reverse consists of thirteen parallel bars, signifying the original Colonies. The simple, patriotic design makes these coins a favorite with collectors, although they are rather scarce and expensive.

Bar "Cents" were made in England, possibly at Wyon's mint in Birmingham (more famous for their Nova Constellatio Coppers). Various forgeries exist, ranging in quality from crude casts to excellent struck copies and electrotypes. All genuine examples have a small, thorn-like projection on the far right side of the bottom edge of the second bar from the top. Electrotypes will also show this projection, so authentication is mandatory."

How can a coin thats from around 1785 be in such wonderful condition? We couldn't believe our eyes when we first saw this GEM AU. We were going thru a dealers box and it stopped us dead. We see Lincoln Cents that this coin would blow away!

The coin is struck on a decent planchet. There is only the slightest porosity-which you need a glass to see. Totally ORIGINAL surfaces are not brushed or oiled and do emit a decent luster. There are NO hits or other problems. The color is an even pretty chocolate. Of course the details are sharply struck. To us, this coin had drop dead mesmerizing gorgeous eye appeal-that;s why we bought it. Plus, we think ANY Bar cent is neat!

PCGS 8, NGC 2, CAC ?. An AU58 sold for $16,675.00 03/2010 B+M-we do not know if it was this coin. Do note: an AU55 (NON CAC) sold for $ 20,700.00 08/2011 Stacks. Opportunity knocks loud for someone who wants something totally different and neat!

Dimes:Bust
Item - 7347
10C 1835 PCGS MS65+
  VERY HIGH END!+RARE!
Sold on 11/2011
When is the last time you saw a regular MS65 1835, let alone the lone MS66? This is a genuinely RARE coin in MS65-and MS65+! We also fully adore the coin as an mS65+.

Totally ORIGINAL surfaces have no significant marks, ticks, or lines visible even if you use a strong glass. A decent luster shows off a moderate mix of ORIGINAL olive/rose/golden brown colors that cover all the surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is terrific!

PCGS 14, NGC 18, CAC 4 (ALL). This is the ONLY MS65+ graded by either PCGS or NGC. In MS66 ONLY PCGS has graded ONE coin. If that is not the strongest statement/confirmation about how this dates does NOT come (they don't come nice), then you do not understand how rare it is. A regular non + PCGS MS65 sold for $7,475.00 in 09/2006 Heritage (that's 5 years ago since one has auctioned). We guess the MS66 is worth an easy $20,000.00+. Opportunity is doing everything to get your attention here!

Half Dimes:Bust
Item - 7355
H.10 1835 PCGS MS64 SMALL DATE SMALL 5C
  PROOFLIKE!
Sold on 11/2011
What a great coin to own. Its prooflike, looks great, is from an obsolete series, and is 176 years old! The quality is all there too (yes, its HIGH END)!

You can't miss this coins prooflike flash. If you use a really strong glass you will see some minor lines, a teenie tick or two, and some die clashing-this is not a just made it coin. This may have been struck from rusty dies too. A splash of light color is on the right obverse. Miss Liberty and the details are amazingly struck. The eye appeal (especially for a small coin) is magnificent!

PCGS 14, NGC 3, CAC 6. The last one to sell in a major auction ( a non CAC piece) brought $1,380.00 03/2009 B+M. These do not grow on trees! We think these are "stupid cheap" at today's prices.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Dimes:Bust
Item - 7341
10C 1805 4 BERRIES PCGS MS64
  A KNOCKOUT SUPERB GEM!
Sold on 11/2011
By far, this is the nicest MS64 we ever EVER seen! It was purchased from one of the sharpest "crackout" dealers in the biz. We totally agree it could easily have been graded MS65. PCGS screwed up not designating it a MS64+!

The ONLY possible reason why this coin is not a 65-there is the slightest weakness in a star or two. Otherwise, this coin is frigging MONSTER ORIGINAL GEM. The surfaces are remarkably pristine. They reveal light die clashing-and NO marks. A clear cut totally ORIGINAL blend of tangerine/golden brown/pale navy/lilac colors swirls all over. There actually is a cartwheel type luster too. Miss Liberty and the details overall are well struck. The eye appeal is phenomenal and like us, you'll say WOW when you see it!

PCGS 27, NGC 27, CAC 5. This coin has NO peers as an MS64. We grade it MS64.9+. Do note: PCGS just does not want to pull the trigger here. We wish all Bust Dimes could look like this (if they did they'd probably sell for $35,000.00+)! If you demand the BEST quality and do care about the coin vs the holder, then you MUST see this coin in person!

Cents:Flying Eagle
Item - 7298
1C 1858 PCGS PR65 LARGE LETTERS
  FROSTY W/SOME CONTRAST!
Sold on 11/2011
We did not have enough time to get this coin reholder-the ONLY lines you see are on the holder, NOT the coin! This is one heck of a Flying Eagle!

Shimmering mirrors are deep, clear, clean, and have strong reflectivity. A few MINOR ticks are in the planchet and are "as made". They do not detract and you need a strong glass to see them. The color is a rich vibrant tan/gold. Every detail is needle sharp in strike and does display a decent amount of frost. The eye appeal is wonderful!

ONLY 80 coins were minted. PCGS 15, NGC 10, CAC 4. Only a single 65+ is better by either service. Collectors Universe values these at $20,000.00. We are proud to own and offer this SUPERB GEM rarity.

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