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Item - 7316
1C 1886 TY I PCGS PR67RB
  PRISTINE MIRRORS!
Sold on 11/2011
We LOVE this SUPERB GEM! It is really pristine all around! ,br>
For a copper coin, this has nothing to fear. The mirrors are amazingly clean and glassy. There are NO spots or discolorations anywhere. the reflectivity and clarity are spectacular. Both sides are a generous and totally ORIGINAL pale mint red/tan/golden brown/pale violet color mix. Miss Liberty and all of the details are frosty and have full strikes. The eye appeal is awesome!

PCGS 2, NGC 1, CAC 3. NONE have been graded higher by either PCGS or NGC and there are NO reds in PR67. We think this coin is "stupid cheap". There is no solid reason why a SUPERB GEM from 1886 thats ORIGINAL and has such a ridiculously low pop is less than $5,000.00. Prior to this coin, the other piece sold for $3,450.00 07/2011 Heritage. Even if you do not collect Indians, this is a great "put away" coin!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Two Cents
Item - 7300
2C 1871 PCGS PR66RD
  TOTALLY ELECTRIC!
Sold on 11/2011
We hardly EVER see these in such a remarkable state of preservation like this coin is! We call it TOTALLY ELECTRIC!

Incredible deep, crystal clear, clean, and outrageously reflective mirrors highlight both sides. The color is a fiery red with faint hints of bright gold. This coin is not in any way turning or toning-it is full GEM ORIGINAL RD! Every detail is pinpoint sharp in strike and has light frost. Your eye balls will pop out and your will drop and lock when you see this coin!

PCGS 12, NGC 6, CAC 4. There is only ONE coin higher by PCGS. A NON CAC coin auctioned for $13,800.00 09/2010 Heritage. We just do not see these offered-especially a piece like this. We promise, this coin is superior to that and most other proof 2CS!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 7106
50C 1936D PCGS MS66 DAKOTA
  TREMENDOUS QUALITY!
Sold on 11/2011
No question for a 1936D, this is a way above average and highend coin!

Both sides display amazing cleanliness. The dreaded right field is as clean and satiny as what you would find on an MS67 common date. A super strong luster shows off the creamy white color. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck and have light frost. The eye appeal is terrific!

PCGS 344, NGC 186, CAC 29. The last PCGS/CAC 36D in MS66 sold for $1,006.00 03/2011. These just seem to have fallen to prices levels that are too cheap.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Patterns
Item - 6821
J-1217 $1 1872 PCGS PR64+RB
  A SUPERB AMAZING GEM!
Sold on 11/2011
This is a R8 (1-3 minted). It is a Commercial Dollar Pattern struck in copper. The quality is near miss PR65!

Technically, there is NO visible reason as to why PCGS would not grade this a PR65. We believe that an irregular patch of deeper toning holds it back. Both sides have full GEM Mirrors. They are crystal clear, deep, clean, and have bold reflectivity. Over 75% of this coin is ORIGINAL GEM MINT RED color. About 25% is a patch of deeper green/violet/brown colors that covers the upper left obverse field. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is exciting!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. The only other KNOWN specimen is in the Simpson Collection-an NGC PR65BN CA-which sold for $63,250.00 in 2007 Goldbergs. We cannot stress enough what an incredible opportunity this exceedingly rare pattern represents.

Patterns
Item - 6302
J-1005 $1 1870 PCGS PR66RB
  ONE OF THE FINEST KNOWN!
Sold on 11/2011
This is a R-6 (13-20 minted) Silver Dollar struck in copper. Every thing about this GEM is perfect!

No question this coin was minted then carefully saved since 1870. There is not a flaw to be found anywhere. The mirrors are deep, clear, super clean, and have strong reflectivity. The colors are totally ORIGINAL brown/blue/pale violet/light red and swirl all over. There are no spots or stains. Miss Liberty and the details are incredibly struck. The eye appeal is phenomenal!

PCGS 2, NGC 1, CAC 1. Do not be fooled by the mintage-LESS then 30 coins is still a heck of a rarity. The last coin to show up in auction was back in 1999-and that was an NGC piece. The Judd book values these at $18,500.00 in PR65 (we do think that is slightly high). That means you can buy this off metal die trial for LESS than a regular GEM PR PCGS 66 Cameo would cost! Now that's opportunity!

Patterns
Item - 6261
J- 989 50C 1870 PCGS PR66RB DENALI
  STUNNING MIRRORS!
Sold on 11/2011
This die trial of a Standard Silver is a R-7 (4-12 minted) . It is struck in copper.

Struck on a perfect planchet, this coin has extra powerful, clear, and clean mirrors. The color is really a mellowed Red with hints of brown/olive (on the reverse). Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. This coin is tied for FINEST KNOWN with our Simpson coin. There are NO auction records for ANY GEM J-989. The Judd Book values these at $9,800.00 in PR65. These just seem too cheap!

Patterns
Item - 6353
J- 954 1870 PCGS PR64+BN
  AMAZING!
Sold on 11/2011
This is an R-7 (4-12 minted).

PCGS did this wonderful GEM no favors by not grading it a PR65. We see no reason it is not a full GEM!

We think a HIDDEN (and we mean hidden) die line is all that kept it from PR65. Both sides display amazing glassy and crystal clear mirrors that have both stunning depth and powerful reflectivity. There are No discolorations. Swirling and heart pounding colors of rich chocolate/violet/blue colors are on all parts of the surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have excellent strikes. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. There are TWO others graded higher. Both are PR66 and both are in private collections (yes, one is Simpson). We doubt another specimen will be offered anytime soon. Opportunity knocks incredibly loud here!

Patterns
Item - 6207
J- 951 50C 1870 PCGS PR66 DENALI COLLECTION
  GEM ORIGINAL!
Sold on 11/2011
This coin is an R-5 (31-70 minted). It has totally original color!

Technically, we grade this coin an PR67. The mirrors are all there, the coin has extreme cleanliness, and all of the details are fully struck. However, the colors are deeper and are probably what keep it as a PR 66. Totally ORIGINAL shades of dusky navy/blue/tangerine/violet evenly cover both sides. They are NOT dark-just dusky. The eye appeal is still very pleasing!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. This coin appears to be the FINEST graded! Keep in mind a REGULAR Proof would sell for the same amount and has a mintage of 1000 pieces!

Patterns
Item - 5778
J- 910 1870 25C PCGS PR65 CAMEO DENALI
  A GLOWING GEM!
Sold on 11/2011
This is a high R7 (4-6 struck). It is a die trial of a Standard Silver pattern struck in aluminum.

We do consider this coin to be high end. Its just not knocking PR66 door. Both sides are clean overall to the naked eye. Under strong glass you detect a planchet flake or two and a few lines. There is a very faint hint of haze, but you can call the mirrors clear. They are deep and have strong reflectivity. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally frosted with a thick creamy layer. ALL of the details are needle sharp in strike. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. The only auction record to be found was a coin back in 2000 (Goldberg) that sold for $2,760.00. We doubt it was this coin. The Judd book values J-910 in PR65 at $8,500.00. And that is NOT for a Cameo. We believe this unquestionable rarity is worth at least $15,000.00.

Patterns
Item - 5743
J- 833 1870 10C PCGS PR65RB DENALI
  GENEROUS MINT RED!
Sold on 11/2011
This is a high R6 (21-30 minted). It is a copper die trial for a test pattern. The quality is VERY high end.

The obverse is about 80% ORIGINAL MINT RD while the reverse is more subdued and has a brownish look (like it was kept on felt). Save for a toning spot or two, the mirrors are super clean. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and boldly stand out. The eye appeal is fabulous!

PCGS 6, NGC 0, CAC 1. Only the NGC PR66 RB in the Simpson Collection is finer.

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