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Cents:Large
Item - 6582
1C 1839 PCGS MS66BN BOOBY N-6 NAFTZGER
  OUTRAGEOUS!
Sold on 06/2011
If you do not fall madly in love with this spectacular GEM, then you are unrealistic about your Large Cents!

We'll quote the description on the envelope: Unexcelled gem specimen of a variety almost non existent. Translucent wood grained effect worthy of a description in a Shakespearean sonnet.

We say the coin has AWESOME surfaces with NO marks or spots. The glossiness and luster are spectacular. Both sides are a gorgeous GEM brown. Miss Liberty and the details are exceedingly well struck. This coin really is SUPERB and special. The eye appeal is will blow you away!

PCGS 7, NGC 8, CAC 3. this coin was lot 453 in the Naftzger sale which brought $3,680.00. Today this coin should worth multiples!

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Gold:Double Eagles:Saint-Gaudens
Item - 6515
$20 1907 SAINT PCGS MS67
  PRISTINE!
Sold on 06/2011
Hard to believe but this is a perfect looking 1907 Saint! We do rank it as tied for FINEST known-easily (this date comes very crusty).

You can use the worlds strongest glass and spend days lost in the satiny, GEMMY, and unbelievably clean fields looking for any real abrasions. A strong luster adds to the quality by showing off gorgeous ORIGINAL deeper yellow color colors. There are NO spots or the discolorations that frequently plaque this date. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full strikes (even her toes stand out). The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 11, NGC 8, CAC 4. The auction records and printed bids are meaningless as there is a sightUNSEEN WHOELSALE BID of $50,000.00 on this date and grade. Well worthy of inclusion in the FINEST Type or Saint Collection!

Cents:Large
Item - 6576
1C 1849 PCGS MS66BN N-4 NAFTZGER
  TERRIFFIC!
Sold on 06/2011
Besides being a true MS66, this coin is borderline MS66RB!

first thing you actually-GEM Mint Red colors peeking from around the devices on the obverse. Overall, the surfaces are super clean and smooth. There is one small blemish in the upper left obverse field. The colors are immaculate RD/brown/pale blue. There are NO spots. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck.The eye appeal is like the quality: TERRIFIC!

PCGS 4, NGC 4, CAC 3. There are NONE graded higher in BN. There are NO MS66's in RB or RD by PCGS (and nothing higher). In the Naftzger Sale, this piece was lot 914 which realized $3,680.00. In 1/10 at Heritage, a 1849 NON CAC PCGS MS66BN sold for $4,830.00. This coin has the quality, pedigree, and it is CAC'd!

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Cents
Item - 6577
1C 1849 PCGS MS65BN N-7 NAFTZGER
  SUPERB!
Sold on 06/2011
This coin is totally SUPERB. Here is how it was described in the Naftzger sale:

Repunched 18. Extremely attractive frosty steel brown and light chocolate with traces of faded mint color showing through on the obverse and at least 10% of the reverse showing original mint red. Fabulous eye appeal, virtually as struck. The surfaces are satiny and the obverse fields are covered with microscopic die rust, a characteristic of the late die state. The date and stars are sinking, and most of those stars display some crumbling. Finding any distinguishing marks presents quite a challenge, and a tiny speck of dark toning on the right side of the R in AMERICA will have to suffice for this purpose. A wonderful cent in a neat die state. LDS, die state g. In addition to the obverse die characteristics already described, there is crumbling around much of the reverse legend and wreath, including between the leaves under the berry left of the O in ONE. Called MS62 and CC#3 in the Noyes census, his photo #30486. Our grade is MS64, CC#1 in the Grellman census, the finest of only 5 known in mint state. Estimated Value $1,000-UP. Ex Henry C. Hines-Dr. William H. Sheldon-Floyd T. Starr, Stack's 6/13/84:606.

PCGS 17, NGC 28, CAC 2. This coin was lot 922 which sold for $3,220.00 in the Nafztger sale (a price we know was "stupid cheap").

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Cents:Large
Item - 6589
1C 1849 PCGS MS65BN N-4 NAFTZGER
  BEAUTIFUL!
Sold on 06/2011
Much to our delight, this coin does display a fair amount of ORIGINAL Mint RED color!

The description in the catalog really does not due this GEM justice: n. Lustrous light olive and medium brown with 10-15% of the mint color showing, mostly on the reverse. Excellent eye appeal, a few small spots of slightly darker chocolate brown toning removed from choice. The notable marks are a small splash of microscopic carbon off the left point of star 13 and a tiny carbon spot at the dentils over the T in UNITED. M-LDS, die state c late. The strong die lines at UN are gone, several additional die cracks have formed around the reverse legend, and the points down from the main curl over the tip of the inner curl are weak. Called MS63 and tied for CC#2 in the Noyes census, his photo #30625. Our grade is MS62, tied for CC#6 in the Grellman census. Estimated Value $500-UP. Ex Dr. James O. Sloss, Abe Kosoff 10/21/59L:270

The eye appeal of this coin is outstanding!

PCGS 17, NGC 28, CAC 2. This piece was lot 917 in the Naftzger sale. it sold for $1,553.00.

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Cents:Large
Item - 6575
1C 1848 PCGS MS66BN N-41 NAFTZGER
  THE REAL DEAL+A STEAL!
Sold on 06/2011
The quality and price just do not add up. We think this should easily be worth $5,000.00 plus. Remember, this is a 163 year old Copper cent in near perfect condition!

We're going to borrow the Goldberg's description:

Frosty bluish steel and light olive brown with 25% of the slightly faded mint color showing on both sides. (Seems like this cent deserves a "Red & Brown" designation from the folks at PCGS.) The surfaces are lustrous and the mint frost is unbroken. Great eye appeal. There are some small spots of lighter toning around star 9, and the only defect is a small spot of darker toning over the T in UNITED. Nicely struck E-MDS, die state b, with crumbling in the notch between the two loops on the left side of the second 8 in the date. Ted's envelope is covered with his handwritten notes documenting his confusion regarding the proper attribution of this cent. It came to him as N-9, but he determined the dies were different, and he was correct. Ted really studied these cents, and his observations were usually on target.

We'll add the eye appeal is beautiful and yes, it could have been graded RB!

PCGS 4, NGC 12, CAC 1. In the Naftzger Sale, this coin was lot 894 where it brought $2,645.00. A sum that seems like a real steal!

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Cents:Large
Item - 6596
1C 1848 PCGS MS65RB N-8 NAFTZGER
  WOW-AS STRUCK!
Sold on 06/2011
There is no way anyone can NOT love this GEM! It is nearly full ORIGINAL Mint RD and is of SUPER high end quality!

The catalog described it as: Lustrous mint red fading to light chocolate and steel, more than a third of the red showing. Great eye appeal, essentially flawless except for a faint horizontal hairline under CENT and faint traces of an old fingerprint inside the wreath. Sharply struck with crisp details in all the devices and full radial lines in all the stars except for #5. E-MDS, die state b, with a fine die crack through the tops of ME to the dentils over the adjacent A. The die line that meanders across the top of the neck is clear (always present on this variety). Called MS64 and tied for CC#1 in the Noyes census his photo #30620. Our grade is MS64+, tied for CC#1 in the Grellman census. Estimated Value $1,000-UP. Ex Dr. James O. Sloss, Abe Kosoff 10/21/59:258.

PCGS 21, NGC 13, CAC 2. This was lot 842 in the sale. it sold for a meek $3,220.00. We are pleased to present this marvelous opportunity to all collectors to acquire a great coin from the greatest EVER Large Cent collection!

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Cents:Large
Item - 6585
1C 1817 PCGS MS64BN N-4 NAFTZGER
  VERY HIGH END!
Sold on 06/2011
We cannot say enough about this near miss MS65BN! We wish all earlier Large cents looked this good!

Sadly, there are more lines on the holder than the coin. Still, its easy to see how clean, smooth, and glossy the surfaces are. It boggles our minds how ORIGINAL and lustrous this coin is (remember its from 1817-194 years old)! There are NO spots. In the sales catalog the colors were described as "Glossy steel brown and chocolate with traces of slightly faded mint red.". Miss Liberty and the details are exceedingly sharp in strike. The eye appeal is terrific! If this coin were in an MS65 holder, we would not cringe.

PCGS 36, NGC 13, CAC 2. This coin was lot 24 in the Naftzger sale. It brought $4,140.00. Opportunity knocks loud here for any serious Large Cent Collector.

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Dollars:Seated
Item - 6454
$1 1873 STD PCGS MS65
  AN AMAZING GEM!
Sold on 06/2011
Another amazing GEM from our #2 all time finest MS Seated Dollar set. We did not post it due to the fact we had trouble imaging it. As you can see, the coin is high end and looks tremendous!

You can't ask for a more perfect MS65. Both sides have smooth and satiny surfaces. There are just a few VERY teenie scattered ticks-nothing big that the naked eye would stick on. The luster is surprisingly strong. it enlivens totally ORIGINAL colors of pale blue/pale purple/golden brown/champagne that swirl all over. There is one tiny toning dot hidden on the reverse in the eagles wing. Miss Liberty and the details are heavily frosted and have full strikes. The eye appeal will make your jaw drop!

PCGS 4, NGC 4, CAC 5. PCGS has graded only 2 coins finer-the FINEST is the MS66 in our #1 all time greatest set. The last one to sell in a major auction brought $63,250.00 08/2010 Heritage. This is not an auction, and we have priced this coin at a really great deal! When these GEMs are gone, good luck find any in the future-MS Seated Dollars in 65 and higher are incredibly rare.

Two Cents
Item - 6631
2C 1865 PCGS MS66RD
  TOTALLY ORIGINAL!
Sold on 06/2011
This is a full MINT RED GEM!

No question this coin is totally ORIGINAL. Both sides have a GEMMY Mint Red color that is enlivened by a full booming luster. There are NO spots or problems-just light toning dots. Every detail is fully struck and have frost. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 42, NGC 26, CAC 6. These are not as easy to find w/CAC stickers as you think! The last one sold (a NON CAC) in major public auction brought $4,313.00 1/2011 Heritage. Opportunity knock loud here!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

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