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Cents:Large
Item - 10686
1C 1793 WREATH VINE AND BARS PCGS MS64+BN
 INCREDIBLE!
$ 179500.00
For the longest time Legend has had a huge love affair with this exquisite coin. It clearly is a borderline MS65BN.

This coin was struck on a problem free planchet. There clearly is strong luster and gloss. Some light die clash marks are visible. Overall, the surfaces look amazingly clean and smooth. Both sides are an even totally original chocolate brown color. There are NO spots. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do stand out. There is a slight die flake on her face (that's as made). The eye appeal of this coin is incredible!

PCGS 8, NGC 8, CAC 4 (we think this is 2 of the 4). To date, this coin is the ONLY MS64+BN. It is ex Cardinal Collection. PCGS has graded possibly 10 coins finer. The last regular PCGS (not +) CAC piece sold in auction for $141,000.00 06/2014 Heritage. A MS65 would cost you at least $250,000.00 if you could find one. This has all the looks of MS65, for less!

Cents:Large
Item - 10652
1C 1810 PCGS MS64BN
 ULTRA HIGH END!
$ 49500.00
If you really know how to grade Large Cents, then you will see immediately this is not a blah, blah, blah hyped coin made out to be ultra high end-it is the REAL deal! Even we resubmitted it seeking an MS65BN. PCGS was in a bad mood or something that day. We sure can't find any problems. There is no reason what so ever this coin is not at least an MS64+

First, this coin was struck on a problem free planchet. To the naked eye there are NO imperfections. Even more surprising when using a strong glass-there are NO problems of any size, any where. The texture is smooth and is not crusty like you typically see. There is no such thing as even a toning dot or single microscopic fleck here. A moderate luster (these don't come lit up like later dates) show off beautiful and totally original moderate chocolate brown colors. There are NO stains. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do stand out. Even she displays ZERO imperfections. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 4, NGC 3, CAC 2 (we think this coin is 2X on PCGS and CAC). We can not stress enough the extreme rarity and ULTRA high end quality this piece has. Keep in mind, the last PCGS MS65 that sold in auction brought $149,500.00 09/2009 Goldberg. We sure would love to put this coin next to it and compare. Besides the phenomenal quality, you rarely ever see the Classic pieces ever offered in MS64 or higher. And most of the time when you do, they are crusty and faded. We assure you, this coin is everything we are saying-we just can't promise it will ever grade higher.


Cents:Large
Item - 10653
1C 1843 PETTITE HEAD LG LETTERS PCGS MS65BN
 EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY!
$ 6000.00
We are totally in awe every time we see a coin like this-a 171 year old GEM Copper coin is such an amazing state of preservation.

Struck on a problem free planchet, the surfaces overall are smooth and are very clean. Only with a strong glass can you find a pinpoint tick. The luster and gloss are both totally original and are moderate. The color is an even chocolate brown with hints of pale olive. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full crisp strikes. The eye appeal is pretty awesome!

PCGS 3, NGC 0, CAC 3. The last one of these to sell in auction brought $7,763.00 09/2009 Goldberg. We were in the right place at the right time to buy this coin. Opportunity could not knock any louder here!

Cents:Large
Item - 10675
1C 1848 PCGS MS65RB N-2 EX NEWMAN
 NEAT!
$ 2950.00
You can tell this coin has been carefully stored for a very long time. It is totally original!

To the naked eye this coin is clean and smooth. Only when using a strong glass can you detect some scattered microscopic toning dots. There are no hits or lines (we think the surfaces are MS66+ calibre). About 50% of this coin is original faded GEM MINT RED color. The rest is a soft brown. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and stand out. The eye appeal is very pleasing!

PCGS 24, NGC 16, CAC 12. The last PCGS piece prior to this to sell in auction brought $3,819.00 04/2014 Heritage. You can save some money with this great coin and get a great piece of numismatic history!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Cents:Indian
Item - 10682
1C 1881 PCGS PR66RB EX COL GREEN/NEWMAN
 AN EXPLOSION OF FIERY COLORS!
$ 1750.00
You can't beat this coins outstanding quality or booming eye appeal!

Ultra deep and almost never ending mirrors are crystal clear, clean, and have intense reflectivity. Only with a strong glass can you see some teenie toning dots/bursts scattered around. The colors are a totally original booming mix of red/violet/gold. Every detail is frosted and have crisp sharp strike. The eye appeal is intense!

PCGS 22, NGC 39, CAC 12. The last CAC piece to sell was an NGC coin. It brought $1,645.00 03/2013 Heritage. You know this coin is fresh to market. Plus, it has a great pedigree!

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Cents:Lincoln
Item - 10677
1C 1913 PCGS PR66RB
 AWESOME QUALITY!
$ 2875.00
You can tell this coin has sat undisturbed for most of its 101 years since it left the bank. Every thing about this coin is also totally original.

The surfaces are pristine. Only under strong magnification can you see any a few microscopic toning dots. A full booming luster shows off the fiery GEM Mint Rd colors that mix with shades of gold/violet on the obverse. The reverse has light pale brown and is slightly streaky. Every detail is sharply struck. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 21, NGC 20, CAC 11. The last 1C 1913 RB PCGS CAC PR 66 to sell in auction brought $2,585.00 04/2014 Heritage.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Three Cent Silver
Item - 10663
3CS 1861 PCGS PR64 CAMEO
 
$ 2250.00
This is a great example of a very underrated tougher Civil War era date to find.

The mirrors are deep, clear, and have bold reflectivity. Only with a strong glass can you detect a line or two. The coin does appear clean to the naked eye. A gentle layer of pale original gold covers both sides. The contrast is clearly visible. Every detail is sharply struck and have thick frost. The eye appeal is terrific!

PCGS 15, NGC 4, CAC 7. The last one of these to sell in auction brought $2,233.00 back in 03/2012 Stacks! Do NOT let the pops fool you-this date is HARD TO FIND!

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Three Cent Silver
Item - 10681
3CS 1863 PCGS MS67+
 GONZO CRAZY COLORS!
$ 28500.00
Having built the ALL TIME FINEST EVER MS and PR sets, we can speak with unequaled authority about how these coins come. We believe we remember only one coin ever being even remotely similar in color. We NEVER ever see any MS 3CS as wild!

Super clean and satiny surfaces have no real marks. You can see some light die clashing. There are traces of semi-prooflike mirrors. A monster kaleidoscope of explosive neon green/blue/violet/gold/burnt orange/lime swirls all over the obverse. The reverse is an electric blue/pale purple. These colors are so wild they make a peacocks jealous! Every detail is frosted and have sharp strike. The eye appeal is just gonzo!

PCGS 1, NGC 1, CAC 1. Hard to believe PCGS has graded one coin finer (that is locked away in major set we built). This coin has not sold in auction. Even if you are not a 3CS fan, this coin is a must have for the wildest Type set or even portfolio! Color wise, we assure you, there is NOTHING else remotely similar around!


Nickels:Shield
Item - 10654
5C 1868 PCGS MS66
 TOTALLY ORIGINAL!
$ 2250.00
Its so hard to find these coins not dipped or messed with. This coin is totally original!

No question this piece sat undisturbed for many years. Pristine surfaces have a moderate luster (typical for the date) and no great surprises. A few trivial toning dots can be seen scattered around-none are serious. The surfaces do have a semi satiny texture. Both sides are a rich nickel color. Every detail is sharply struck. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 27, NGC 35, CAC 6. The current Collectors Universe Value is $2,300.00. Seems fair.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Nickels:Liberty
Item - 10676
5C 1883 NO CENTS PCGS PR67
 SUPERB!
$ 6250.00
This is an exciting piece that looks great!

Shimmering mirrors are the epitome of perfection. Not a single mark, line or dot can be found. The mirrors look like a fresh blown sheet of glass. The reflectivity is strong. Wonderful light original colors of lilac/lavender/rose colors swirl all over. This is not a dull or drab coin. Miss Liberty and the details are pinpoint sharp in strike and have strong frost. The eye appeal is superb!

.PCGS 5, NGC 19, CAC 9. The last 1883 NO CENTS PCGS PR67 CAC to sell in auction brought $7,050.00 08/2013 Stacks. The PCGS pieces are extremely rare and are seldom seen. Opportunity knocks loud here!

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