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Half Cents
Item - 11430
1C 1793 WREATH LET EDGE PCGS MS64BN
 FABULOUS!
$ 315000.00
Every time we look at this coin we shake our heads in wonder how it could have survived 222 years in such a tremendous state of preservation. To us, this is the epitome of numismatics!

Sensational smooth and ultra clean surfaces are everywhere. Even if you use a strong glass you won't find any problems. This coin is also struck on a pretty much problem free planchet. Both sides have an even light luster (typical). We do not believe this coin has ever been oiled or brushed. The color is a super original even chocolate. There are NO spots or stains. Miss Liberty and the details are all exceptionally struck. The eye appeal is phenomenal!

PCGS 2, NGC 1, CAC 2. There are NONE graded higher at PCGS or NGC! This coin last sold in auction for $270,250.00 08/2014. The current Collectors Universe Value is $325,000.00. The quality and rarity are undeniable!


Cents:Large
Item - 11429
1C 1830 PCGS MS65BN LG LT N-2
 ULTRA HIGH END!
$ 9975.00
Ex Twin Leaf Collection. Maybe we're missing something, but this coin really is knocking on MS66's door! WOW what a coin!

Absolutely pristine surfaces hold up even if you use a neutron microscope. They do have a satiny smooth texture. A super radiant luster enhances not only the coins cleanliness, but the stunning totally original brown color. There is a wicked cool die crack that runs through the stars. The stars are struck flat (its the variety). Miss Liberty and the details are well struck overall. The eye appeal is truly grand!

PCGS 7, NGC 3, CAC 3. PCGS has graded 4 in MS66BN. Can not really compare this to other coins as this coin is far superior. Of course this coin will please the pickiest buyer!

Cents:Large
Item - 11425
1C 1831 PCGS PR64BN MED LETTERS N-11 TWIN LEAF
 VERY HIGH END QUALITY!
$ 35000.00
This coin is nothing less then spectacular to us! We rarely see these PRE 1840 Proofs with full mirrors or with out problems. If you see a real numismatic treasure, this is it!

There is not even the slightest question as to whether this coin is a full proof (in 1829 and some 1830's dates they made one sided Proofs). Deep and glittering mirrors beam from all over. They look like a freshly made sheet of glass. The mirrors also display bold clarity. Even using a strong glass we can't find any imperfections. Both sides are a gorgeous and totally original mix of faded mint Red/chocolate brown/pale blue colors. Miss Liberty and the details are are well struck save for 11-4:00 on the obverse where some stars are weak (which might be what keeps this coins from a PR65 BN). The eye appeal is fabulous!

Estimated LESS then 15 were minted. PCGS 3, NGC 3, CAC 3. We do know this coin is Ex Floyd Starr. How many 1831 proofs of ANY denomination have you ever seen? We have owned one other 1831 PR 1C (a 64BN) and that's all we have ever seen. We can't stress enough the extreme rarity of this date in Proof. If you want something neat and different, opportunity can't knock any louder!

Cents:Large
Item - 11432
1C 1835 HEAD OF 36 PCGS MS64RB
 LOTS OF ORIGINAL MINT RED HERE!
$ 3550.00
How can you not love a GEM early Large Cent that is nearly FULL MINT RED?

We love it especially since it is problem free too. There are two teenie toning dots on the obverse rim at 1-2:00 and that's it. The surfaces show a teenie contact mark or two with nothing big or detracting. A moderate luster really enhances the outrageous totally original colors of 75% GEM MINT RED/pale brown that swirl all over. There are NO other spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are well struck. The eye appeal is fabulous!

PCGS 13, NGC 1, CAC 3. We do not believe this coin is comparable to any other because of how much red and how high quality it is. Regardless, the last one of these to be auction sold for $2,938.00 1/2014 Goldberg. The coin offered here is fresh to the market too!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Cents:Large
Item - 11424
1C 1843 PCGS PR64RB N-14 EX TWIN LEAFS
 HIGH END!
$ 27500.00
How in the world could we pass up a gorgeous early PR Liberty Large Cent that has a mintage of LESS then 15? As you can see, we did not miss this coin! This piece is also Ex Naftzger.

A huge compliment to its quality is that the fine EAC folks designated it a PR63. There is a thin light cut or two by the chin on the obverse, other wise this coin grades full PR65+. The reverse is 65 easily. The mirrors are deep and have really strong reflectivity. They also offer bold clarity. Both sides are a mix of original faded Mint Red/pale brown/gold/blue colors. There are NO flecks or spots. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have pinpoint sharp strikes. The eye appeal is really nice!

LESS then 15 were minted. PCGS 3, NGC 1, CAC 2 (this might be both). PCGS has graded only 1 coin higher. This is yet another Copper PR 1C that's rarer then a 1894S 10C or $1 1804. Good luck ever finding another!

Cents:Large
Item - 11427
1C 1856 LG CENT PCGS PR64 BN SLANTED 5
 VERY NICE QUALITY!
$ 8750.00
This coin is a VERY pleasing PR64BN. You don't have to guess that there are Proof mirrors on either side.

There is some light obscure toning on the reverse rim at 6:00 and a few scattered LIGHT lines that are only visible with a strong glass that keep this coin from a PR65 designation. To the naked eye, this coin looks fine. The mirrors are deep and have surprisingly strong reflectivity and clarity. Both sides are completely immersed in a pretty original color of mix of brown/blue/gold/pale green. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and full sharp strikes. The eye appeal is very pleasing!

Only 100 were minted. PCGS 5, NGC 5, CAC 1. PCGS has graded 5 coins higher. Our coin was bought privately and has been off the market for a while. Its does have an older blue tag. We can't stress enough what great opportunity these PR Large Cents offer.

Two Cents
Item - 11435
2C 1873 OPEN 3 PCGS PR66RB
 WONDERFUL COLORS!
$ 10500.00
PHENOMENAL EVERYTHING! We've handled the majority graded for the date above PR65 and can tell you with out hesitation, this coin is by far one of the VERY best!

There are actually mirrors with strong reflectivity on this piece. Typically the mirrors are flat and lifeless. Plus, the mirrors are clean and clear. There are absolutely NO negatives save for a few tiny scattered toning dots on the reverse. Both sides are a totally original mix of original pale chocolate brown/gold/blue/violet/pale purple colors. The eye appeal is fabulous!

This is a PROOF ONLY DATE with just 500 total minted (Closed and Open combined). The Open date is by far the rarer of the two. PCGS 9, NGC 12, CAC 6. The last one to sell in auction brought $11,750.00 06/2014. We assure you, this piece is one of the prettiest 1873 PR Open 3's we have EVER seen. And it is FRESH! Opportunity knocks loud here.


Nickels:Liberty
Item - 11433
5C 1905 PCGS MS66+
 VIRTUALLY PERFECT!
$ 1575.00
You probably won't be able to find a better 1905 5C-ever! This is totally remarkable in every respect!

Be as picky as you can. Only when using a strong glass can you see a microscopic tick and a microscopic grease toning dot or two (Mint made). The surfaces are satiny smooth. The luster is above average and brings out the creamy nickel white/pale gold original colors. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally sharp in strike. No question this is an unmessed with totally original coin! The eye appeal is fabulous!

PCGS 75, NGC 32, CAC 24. PCGS has graded 7 piece MS66+ with NONE higher! That's a powerful statement as to how they do NOT come! Auction prices realized have been all over the place. From a low of $1,350.00 to a peak of $2,585.00 in 2015.Opportunity knocks loud here!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Nickels:Buffalo
Item - 11438
5C 1915 PCGS PR67+
 OUTSTANDING QUALITY!
$ 10500.00
We strongly believe the ONLY reason why this coin is not a PR68-lack of wild toning. PCGS has a preference for that. Regardless, this is one heck of a PR Buffalo.

Even when using the strongest loop, you will find NO imperfections of ANY size, ANY where. To call this coin flawless is being whimpy-it is "as struck". A decent luster shows off ORIGINAL nickel and a hint of gold colors. Every detail is needle sharp in strike and stands out. The eye appeal is terrific! Any Buffalo collector will become weak kneed when they see this piece.

PCGS 52, NGC 34, CAC 19. PCGS has graded only 9 coins PR67+ with just one higher. The last one we know of that sold in auction was in our LM 12/2013 Sale. That coin brought $9,200.00. Prior to that a PCGS CAC piece brought $12,650.00 in 2012 Heritage. Regardless, there are only 9 graded-they do NOT appear with any frequency. This beautiful piece will be a highlight of any Buffalo 5C Collection!

For a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 25373082

Quarters:Seated
Item - 11437
25C 1859 PCGS PR64+ CAMEO
 SUPER FLASHY MIRRORS!
$ 3450.00
WOW! Its been ages (2011) since we last handled a really nice 1859 PR 25C. This coin has nearly blinding flash!

Incredibly deep mirrors may very well end in China. They are clear, have just a few ultra light stray lines, and have obvious intense reflectivity. There is a tiny tick on the holder on the obverse-not on the coin. Miss Liberty and the details are well frosted a silvery white. The eye appeal is intense!

Only 800 were minted. PCGS 4, NGC 6, CAC 4. The current Collectors Universe Value is $3,350.00. A PR65 CAM CAC would probably cost you $6,000.00+-if you can even find one!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS PIECE AT OUR BEST PRICE!

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