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Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 8217
50C 1937 PCGS PR67
  A DEEPLY MIRRORED SCREAMER!
Sold on 08/2012
Nearly a full cameoed too! This coin has blast!

Both sides have superior deep, crystal clear, super clean, and incredibly reflective mirrors. They are the type that have such blast you will twirl them all day. There is not even a hint of toning. The mirrors do have the :liquid mercury" look. Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike and have strong silvery white frost. If the sun were frosted too, this coin would be worth $15,000.00++. The eye appeal is spectacular!

PCGS 173, NGC 223, CAC 46. The last one to sell in major auction brought $2,530.00 1/12 Heritage. This is our last untoned piece. Opportunity knocks loud here!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Gold:Double Eagles:Saint-Gaudens
Item - 7849
$20 1922S PCGS MS64+
  NICE!
Sold on 08/2012
This is a VERY nice 22S! It IS HIGH END. Not quite a borderline MS65, but not a middle of the range coin either.

We just saw an MS65 that this coin blows away. That coin was loaded with copper spots and just looked awful. This piece has velvety smooth and surprisingly clean surfaces overall. A few ticks are scattered and well hidden. A strong luster also shows off the totally ORIGINAL velvety orange/deep gold color scheme. If you use a strong glass you will see a few teenie copper toning dots (NOT big spots or flecks). Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have extra sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 304, NGC 229, CAC 31. The PCGS /NGC pops for 64+ are PCGS 24, NGC 5. The last one of these to sell in major auction brought $10,350.00 1/12 Heritage. Keep in mind, that next step up one sold for $46,000.00 1/12 Heritage. This is a great value for someone who does not want spend $50,000.00 for a 1/2 point better coin!

Gold:Half Eagles:Indian
Item - 8055
$2.5 1914D PCGS MS64
  SOLID FOR THE GRADE!
Sold on 08/2012
Not a dog and not messed with, that what we like. No question this coin is solid for the grade!

Only a scattered tick or two can be found. Nothing is big or eye catching. Overall, the surfaces do appear clean. A decent luster shows off unquestionably ORIGINAL surfaces. The color is a deeper yellow gold. ALL of the details are well struck. The eye appeal is VERY nice!

PCGS 643, NGC 1181, CAC 54. The sightUNSEEN WHOLESALE BID is $3,450.00!

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Gold:Quarter Eagles:Indian
Item - 8182
$2.5 1914 PCGS MS64
  TOTALLY ORIGINAL!
Sold on 08/2012
This date and grade is MUCH tougher to locate nice than the pops indicate. No question, this is a HIGH END piece.

Both sides ooze with totally originality. The surfaces have NO problems-even if you view them with a strong glass. A hint of faint toning frames the peripheries. The color is a deep gold. There are NO spots. All of the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is exceptional!

PCGS 317, NGC 398, CAC 28. The last PCGS/CAC pieces to sell in major auction brought $9,200.00 each 03+04/2012 Heritage. We paid strong to buy this piece because it was so nice. Keep in mind, the last PCGS/CAC MS65 to sell brought $48,875.00 1/2012 Heritage. Anyone building a $2.5 knows how rare this date and grade can be!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COINS AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Gold:Double Eagles:Saint-Gaudens
Item - 8261
$20 1914 PCGS MS64+
  A REAL MS64+!!!!
Sold on 08/2012
Just a few VERY minor teenie ticks from being a full MS65! This coin is ULTRA high end!

Overall, this coin does appear VERY clean. Only with a strong glass can you see the ticks. The surfaces are super velvety. Both sides have what we call a "thick" luster. The color is an even ORIGINAL deeper yellow gold. Miss Liberty and the details are super frosty and have great strikes. The eye appeal is SUPER!

PCGS 439, NGC 335, CAC 31. PCGS has graded ONLY 10 coins MS64+. The last one to sell in a major auction brought $8,050.00 1/12. Keep in mind, than an PCGS/CAC MS 65 would cost you about $20,000.00.

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Cents:Flying Eagle
Item - 8239
1C 1857 FE PCGS MS65
  WICKED NEAT!
Sold on 08/2012
This is a coin that should be inspected in person. the image probably does not due it justice!

This is a HIGH END piece. There is a wicked cool die break in the center of the obverse. Never seen anything like it. The surfaces are super clean and smooth. There are NO flecks but light toning dots are scattered about. The luster is quite strong. ALL of the details are frosty and crisp strikes The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 197, NGC 211, CAC 25. The last PCGS/CAC piece to sell in a major auction brought $5,175.00 05/2012 Heritage. Unless you have unreasonable expectations, you WILL love this coin!

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Nickels:Buffalo
Item - 7792
5C 1914 PCGS PR68
  THE FIRECRACKER 500!
Sold on 08/2012
WOW! This coin truly can be categorized as a MONSTER!

We know it was purchased directly from the US Mint and kept safely in its original papers by the family who bought it until late last year. The coin was graded by NGC then crossed recently (everyone knows PCGS does not cross anything) to PCGS. We call it the FIRECRACKER 500 because it is one explosive Nickel!

To start, this coin is ABSOLUTELY PERFECT! Use a neutron microscope and you will find no even a hint of any size impairment anywhere. The matte texture is fresh and bold. the obverse has a MONSTER FIRECRACKER color mix of gold/lilac while the reverse is mostly gold. Every detail is microscopic pinpoint sharp in strike. The eye appeal is JAW DROPPING PHENOMENAL!

If there ever was a REAL candidate for PR69, this coin is it-it is NOT IMPROVABLE!

PCGS 9, NGC 10, CAC 1. A NON CAC coin (not this one-and NOT even close in quality) was auction for $23,000.00 04/2009 Heritage. These have sold as high as $33,500.00 in recorded auctions. Rarely do these appear for sale. If you are a collector of the FINEST and most beautiful coins that exist-this coin is a MUST SEE!

Gold:Eagles:Early
Item - 8218
$10 1803 PCGS AU53 EXTRA STAR
  A CHOICE AU PIECE!
Sold on 08/2012
Any Early $10 1803 piece is hard to find-let alone one that is very choice and has an added star!

Crisp and totally ORIGINAL surfaces reveal NO major flaws. Even with a strong glass you will not see anything remotely big. There are just a few lines and some light wear. The color is a deep gold which is framed by a reddish orange gold around the rims. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck. There is NO discoloration from wear on the high points. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 2, NGC 1, CAC 1. This i NOT an obscure variety. PCGS has graded 11 coins higher. This coin last sold in 2008 for $37,375.00 Goldberg. Opportunity knocks loud here for sure!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 8118
50C 1939 PCGS PR67
  TOTALLY ORIGINAL!
Sold on 08/2012
No question this coin is totally original and never has been dipped.

Deep, amazingly clean, and nicely reflective mirrors adorn both sides. A moderate layer of ORIGINAL "tissue paper" toning (pale golden brown) covers the surfaces. The coin is NOT dull or hazy. Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 344, NGC 366, CAC 69.

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Half Dollars:Barber
Item - 8199
50C 1893 PCGS PR66 DCAMEO
  SUPER MIRRORS!
Sold on 08/2012
What a picture perfect Deep Cameo!

Both sides have mirrors that glisten like a freshly formed sheet of ice. To the naked eye they are clean and clear. Only w/a strong glass can you see some faint lines. A light hint of gold frames the peripheries. Miss Liberty and the details are pinpoint sharp in strike and have thick snowy white frost. The features standout and look 3-D! The eye appeal is outstanding!

Only 792 were minted. PCGS 2, NGC 1, CAC 2. This is NOT a common Proof by any stretch. The last PCGS PR66 DC to sell (was not CAC) was back in 05/09 Goldberg. It brought $6,038.00 then. Recently, we sold a PCGS/CAC PR67 DC for well in excess of $20,000.00. Opportunity knocks loud for anyone seeking a superior Barber Proof Half Dollar.

For a sneak peak, visit PCGS cert verification: 25599364

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