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Half Dollars:Barber
Item - 7013
50C 1911 PCGS PR64 CAMEO
  DEEP GLASSY MIRRORS!
Sold on 10/2011
What a killer colored GEM! Only a few HIDDEN lines from being a knockout PR65 Cameo!

You need a glass to see the few thin light scattered lines. The mirrors are super deep, have crystal clear clarity, are clean, and have bold reflectivity. A stunning ring of blue/deep violet/golden brown frames the rims on both sides. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and have thick frost. The eye appeal is stunning!

ONLY 543 pieces were ever minted. PCGS 18, NGC 10, CAC 4. The last CAC coin to sell in major auction brought $2,185.00 Stacks 11/2010. We think all PR Barber coinage represents excellent value and potential in today's market.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Commemorative:Silver
Item - 7010
50C RHODE ISLAND PDS PCGS MS66 SET-GUTTAG
  A GREAT ORIGINAL SET!
Sold on 10/2011
Matched ORIGINAL ANY Sets (Commems or Proof sets) are the last champion of numismatics in our opinion. There is so much value hidden with sets that are still intact. That's why when ever we can, we'll buy ANY great Commem or PR set we see. This set was easy to buy as it is a really SUPERB set. We cherry picked it from the Guttag Collection.

First, the P Mint is MS66+. The other two are MS66. Each coin is mostly silvery white with a trace of gold. A full booming luster also shows off remarkably clean and sleek surfaces. The details are all well struck. Each piece does have nice eye appeal.

The D+S each had only 15,000 minted while the P had 20,000. There are 473 MS66 P Mints-this is the ONLY MS66+ graded so far by PCGS. The D Mint has a PCGS pop of 448, and the S Mint has 208 in PCGS MS66 holders.

It is our strong opinion, that Commem sets like these are dirt cheap. The biggest problem they have suffered from is clearly gradeflation. As time goes on, we believe that WILL be rectified and sets like this WILL become worth what they should be-substantially more!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 7011
50C 1944D PCGS MS67
  A PERFECT GEM!
Sold on 10/2011
This is a taste of what is to come in our Dakota Collection. This coin is a VERY high end SUPERB GEM. It is housed in an older green tag holder too.

If you are a stickler for perfection, here ya go! The right field is flawless and is silky smooth. In fact, if you use a glass and look real hard, you won't find ANY problems anywhere. A strong luster shows off totally ORIGINAL creamy white surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are lightly frosted and have sharp stikes. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 177, NGC 237, CAC 37. The last PCGS/CAC coin that sold at major auction brought $1,380.00 03/2011 Heritage. This is from our Dakota Collection-however it is NOT pedigreed.

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Half Dollars:Barber
Item - 7000
50C 1913 PCGS PR65+
  SUPERB LIGHT PASTEL COLORS!
Sold on 10/2011
This is one heck of a GEM PR Barber Half!

Ice like mirrors have NO imperfections anywhere. They are also crystal clear and have bold reflectivity. A light mist of ORIGINAL lilac/gold colors swirls on both sides. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and have light frost. The eye appeal is pretty.

ONLY 627 were struck. PCGS 19, NGC 28, CAC 3. This is the ONLY 65+ graded by PCGS. Hard to believe, but we found NO auction records for even a regular PR65 of the date. Even in cameo, the last PR65 sold back in 2007. Even PR66's haven't sold since 2008 (when one brought $5,463.00 Goldberg). Hard proof this is NOT a common date thats readily available.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

The image does not do this coin justice!

Patterns
Item - 7002
J- 240 50C 1859 PCGS PR65RD
  PHENOMENAL!
Sold on 10/2011
This coin is a R-5 (31-76 minted). It is struck in copper. This is Longacre's French Liberty Head design.

We are world class experts in patterns (we are building the finest set ever). We know what does and does not exist. We NEVER EVER see GEM RD Longacre patterns like this.

Amazing surfaces are unquestionably ORIGINAL. The surfaces reveal NO problems. You can see mint made light die polishing lines-but those are NOT problems. The mirrors actually have great clarity and even more surprising-great depth. The color is a full GEM MINT RED. There are NO spots either. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and do have light frost. There actually is light contrast. The eye appeal is incredible!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. The ONLY auction record for one of these dates back to a piece selling in 2001 (Goldberg) for $3,450.00.

Even if you do not like Patterns, the facts alone make a great case for this as a "put away" coin. A regular 1859 50C in PR65 (mintage 600) would WHOLESALE for at LEAST $6,500.00-if you could find one. Here you have a beautiful design that never was struck in a different metal. The pops indicate LESS than a dozen are accounted for. We have never seen another one like it-it actually rates as one of the prettier patterns we have EVER handled!

Nickels:Buffalo
Item - 6991
5C 1915 PCGS PR66
  SUPERB! VERY HIGH END QUALITY!
Sold on 09/2011
Hard to find a solid reason as to why this coin is not an PR67. Technically, this coin is all there!

Gorgeous full Matte surfaces cover both sides. This coin is both highly lustrous and super clean. There is a very faint tint of gold. All of the details are fully struck and stand out. The eye appeal of this piece is wonderful!

PCGS 126, NGC 92, CAC 17. The last CAC to sell in auction brought $2,300.00 02/2011 Heritage.

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Cents:Indian
Item - 6947
1C 1874 PCGS PR65RB
  COWABUNGA COLORS!
Sold on 09/2011
WOW this is an awesome and exceptionally high end GEM!

Virtually perfect fields have extraordinary mirrors. They are remarkably clear, clean (there is a planchet bubble hidden above the head) , and have bold reflectivity. A gorgeous ORIGINAL multi hued mix of gold/green/mint red/amber swirls all over. Every detail is frosty and sharply struck. The eye appeal is fantastic!

ONLY 700 pieces were ever minted. PCGS 34, NGC 39, CAC 4. Last year a CAC coin sold for $1,092.00 Stacks 11/2010. Until recently, this coin was off the market since 1904-when they were purchased raw from the Chapman Brothers! If you do not love this coin, NO 1874 will ever please you!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Quarters:Barber
Item - 6909
25C 1896O PCGS MS65
  TOTALLY ORIGINAL!
Sold on 09/2011
Obviously, this GEM sat somewhere undisturbed for years. It is totally ORIGINAL.

Exceptional smooth and super clean surfaces have only minor tick or two and a hidden line or two that can be seen only with a strong glass. The luster is strong and enhances the moderate (NOT dark or dull) dusky pale golden brown colors that swirls all over. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is very pleasing.

PCGS 7, NGC 10, CAC 4. The last one of these to sell in a major auction was a NON CAC coin that brought $6,325.00 04/09 Heritage. Do not be fooled, this is hard coin to find!

For a sneak peek, go to PCGS cert verification: 25563861.

Gold:Double Eagles:Saint-Gaudens
Item - 6895
$20 1927 PCGS MS66+
  SUPERB!
Sold on 09/2011
A totally GEMMY coin!

Only a small frost break around 11:00 can be detected. There are no hits or scrapes. The surfaces are smooth and have a powerful full booming luster. There are NO spots or discolorations. The color is a beautiful yellow gold. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is wonderful!

We happen to have one other 1927 PCGS MS66+ in stock currently. It is equal to this piece. The sightUNSEEN WHOLESALE BID is $3,850.00.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Patterns
Item - 7001
J-1398 20C 1875 PCGS PR64 CAMEO
  A PRETTY SEASHORE PATTERN!
Sold on 09/2011
This piece is a R-& (4-12 minted) which was struck in aluminum.

Yet another beautiful design of a coin that was not to be. First, the planchet has only minor roughness (very common for the metal). Using a strong glass, only a few light lines can be found. Overall, the surfaces are clean. The mirrors do have good clarity and bold reflectivity. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and do have thick silvery white frost. The eye appeal is super!

PCGS 2, NGC 0, CAC 1. Way back in 2004 one sold for $12,219 ANR (we do NOT believe it was this coin). We know of only two other examples-the Simpson and Denali pieces. Opportunity knocks loud here if you collect 20 cent or any patterns. Seashores are not something you see often at all.

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