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Patterns
Item - 5772
J- 897 1870 25C PCGS PR65BN DENALI
  VERY HIGH END!
Sold on 06/2011
This is a R7 (4-12 minted). It is a die trial struck in copper. The quality is VERY high end!

Shimmering mirrors are deep, crystal clear, clean, and have vivid reflectivity. Even using a strong glass, we really cannot find any reason this coin is not a PR66 (that is NO guarantee). Both sides have a gorgeous even brown/blue/violet color mix that is unquestionably totally ORIGINAL. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full strikes. The eye appeal is fabulous!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. There are NO auction records for any PR65's. The Judd book values a PR65 at $9,200.00. Keep in mind, this is NOT your average coin-it really is VERY high end!

Cents:Large
Item - 6599
1C 1847 PCGS MS64RB N-21 NAFTZGER
  WHY IS THIS ONLY AN MS64???
Sold on 06/2011
We looked at this coin really hard and have thought of cracking it. There is NO guarantee it will go 65, but we sure don't see many issues to hold it back. This is a real MS64.9 piece!

Here is how it was described in the auction catalog: Frosty bright mint red fading to steel and light chocolate brown on the devices, about 40% of the mint color still showing. No spots or stains, but there are some microscopic ticks scattered over both sides and the cheek is covered with tiny planchet chips or lint marks caused by fine debris on the die. Otherwise this cent is choice and the eye appeal is quite nice regardless. LDS, die state b, with a die crack through the top of ME to the dentils on either side. This is Newcomb's old #40, but we now know it's just a late state of his #21 variety.

The eye appeal is tremendous! This coin will easily impress the pickiest buyer!

PCGS 43, NGC 18, CAC 1. This was lot 781 at the Naftzger sale. It realized $2,300.00.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Patterns
Item - 5756
J- 857 1870 10C PCGS PR65RB DENALI
  THE OBVERSE IS VIRTUALLY RD!
Sold on 06/2011
This is a high R7 (4-6 minted). It is struck in copper. No question the coin is totally original.

The obverse of this piece is about 90% GEM PR Mint RD. The reverse is a RB with lots of colors (and color spots). Both sides have very strong and reflective mirrors. There are NO problems visible. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and stand out with light frost. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 3, NGC 0, CAC 0. This coin is not CAC'd. There are NO auction records.

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Item - 6618
$1 1901O PCG MS65
 
Sold on 05/2011
Above average! Super clean overall with just a teenie tick or two scattered about. The surfaces are smooth, soft white , semi-prooflike and lusterous. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full strikes. This is a ncie looking 01O GEM!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Gold:Double Eagles:Liberty
Item - 6361
$20 1892S PCGS MS64+
  ULTRA HIGH END!
Sold on 05/2011
Rarely do we find NON 1904 $20 Libs so GEMMY!

This coin is one single thin line from being a full MS65. The line is on the obverse and may be a die line. ALL of the surfaces are amazingly clean and satiny. A full booming luster shows off gorgeous even light gold color. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full strikes. The eye appeal is totally amazing!

PCGS 2, NGC 2, CAC 1 (for ALL not just +). The next step up has a population of only ONE and is probably worth $25,000.00-$35,000.00 easy. Opportunity knocks crazy loud here!

Gold:Eagles:Early
Item - 6523
$10 1803 LARGE STARS PCGS AU53
  VERY PLEASING QUALITY!
Sold on 05/2011
This is a very rare and underrated Early $10. These generally do not come nice. We are pleased to have purchased a wonderful example!

There are practically no major marks (only the typical teenie ticks you see with a glass) visible. A few stray adjustment lines (Mint made) can be seen on the reverse. The surfaces are smooth and do emit a hint of luster. We do suspect this coin had a very light cleaning long, very long ago (as most have had). Still, you do see originality in the surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The wear on this coin is very light and does not stand out. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 3, NGC 1, CAC 2. PCGS has only graded 8 coins higher. The last PCGS AU53 to appear in major public auction (a NON CAC of course) brought $34,500.00 in 2006 Stacks. Even an AU 50 (pop 2) sold for $25,300.00 in 2008 (while the AU58 sold for $98,000.00 in 2006). There is only 1 AU55 and that has no auction records. This is absolute proof these rarely make appearances anywhere, let alone even in auctions!

Legend Numismatics is proud to own and offer this VERY pleasing rarity.

Gold:Double Eagles:Liberty
Item - 6443
$20 1904 PCGS MS65
  SUPER CLEAN!
Sold on 05/2011
These are so popular when they are the real deal (like this coin)!

Exceptionally clean and smooth surfaces highlight both sides. A strong luster shows off beautiful spot free and slightly deeper yellow gold. There are no discolorations either. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full strikes. The eye appeal is super!

PCGS 3872, NGC 5980, CAC 254. The CAC sight UNSEEN WHOLESALE BID is $4,250.00.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Half Dollars:Reeded Edge
Item - 6566
50C 1837 PCGS MS65
  ORIGINALITY AT ITS BEST!
Sold on 05/2011
Totally original and beautifully toned! We do consider this coin to be VERY high end too!

This coin has a slightly older tag and has NOT been to PCGS for regrade. In our opinion, this coin is strong candidate for+ (we always get the + on coins we never expect, not the ones that should). The surfaces are impeccably clean and smooth. Both sides have a gorgeous mix of pale gold/green/pale olive colors. the luster is super strong and really shows off the colors. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full strikes. The eye appeal is terrific!

PCGS 16, NGC 42, CAC 6. PCGS has graded only 8 coins higher (of which only 2 are CAC'd). These are NOT easy to find in fresh, ORIGINAL, MS65. A NON CAC 1837 PCGS MS65 sold for $17,250.00 in Heritage 2009. In 2010 an NGC MS65 SOLD for $19,550.00. Opportunity knocks loud here!

Cents:Large
Item - 6588
1C 1837 PCGS MS65RB HEAD OF 38 N-9 NAFTZGER
  SUPERB!
Sold on 05/2011
Hard to improve upon this coins quality and originality!

In the Naftzger sale, this coin was described: Beaded Hair Cord, Head of 1838. Choice lustrous bluish steel brown and light chocolate with at least 15% of the original mint red showing. The surfaces are satiny and the eye appeal is excellent, but there is a faint hairline scratch from the chin to the curl on the cheek plus a small spot of dark toning at the dentils right of star 8 and another under the left side of the O in OF. E-MDS with the single obverse die crack described for the preceding example plus a crack on the reverse from the dentils over the A in STATES to the wreath under the adjacent T where it meanders along the wreath and ends in the leaf just right of the F in OF. Called MS63 and tied for CC#1 in the Noyes census, his photo #20724. Bland says MS65 and tied for CC#2. Our grade is MS63+. PCGS Population 2; none finer . Estimated Value $1,000-UP. Ex John. P. Young, Barney Bluestone 9/45:773-T. James Clarke 1955 (via Abe Kosoff).

PCGS 19, NGC 0, CAC 2. This coin was lot 375 in the Naftzger Sale. It realized a measly $1,265.00. In regular auctions, the last one of these to sell (a non CAC) brought $1,668.00 02/09 Goldberg. Opportunity sure knocks hard and loud here!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

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Item - 6128
50C 1939D PCGS MS66
 
Sold on 05/2011
Frosty white. There is a light frost break in the right field, otherwise this coin is immaculate. Both sides are snow white and beam with a powerful luster. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 676, NGC 552, CAC 30.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

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