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Cents:Lincoln
Item - 10777
1C 1909S VDB PCGS MS66RB
 REALLY NICE!
$ 6250.00
We will call this piece 55% GEM ORIGINAL MINT RED. The other 45% is light faded brown.

You can tell that in 1909 this coin left the bank and sat undisturbed for many years after. To the naked eye the surfaces are immaculate. With a strong glass all you can find are two teenie flecks-NO problems. A full booming luster shows off the original colors and the fact Lincoln and all of the details are so sharply struck. The eye appeal is super nice!

PCGS 36, NGC 48, CAC 10. The last one to sell in auction brought $5,288.00 02/2014 Heritage. It should be noted an MS66RD PCGS CAC just sold for $15,862.00 at the heritage FUN Sale. That coin really wasn't that much more red! This is a great example of one of the worlds most famous coins

Cents:Lincoln
Item - 10770
1C 1950S PCGS MS67+ RD
 A FULL GEM!
$ 9750.00
We normally do not handle coins this late dated, but a special customer of ours is liquidating some of his coins and asked us to help. If you are a Lincoln Cent Collector, you already know this piece is the finest graded for the date by PCGS !

No question this piece left the bank and was immediately stored very carefully. The surfaces overall are pristine. There is a teenie fleck above the date-but it is harmless. A full booming luster shows off the beautiful original GEM Mint Red color. Lincoln and the details re sharply struck. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. This coin last sold for $9,400.00 09/2014 Heritage. Opportunity knocks loud if you collect the finest Lincolns!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Dimes:Barber
Item - 10772
10C 1902 PCGS PR67
 A SUPERIOR EXAMPLE!
$ 4750.00
This coin is nothing less then a SUPERB GEM!

Typically, this date comes dull and crusty. This piece is superb in every respect. Superior deep mirrors are crystal clear, clean, and have bold reflectivity. The obverse has a beautiful mix of original pale gold/champagne/silver colors while the reverse has clearly been laying on felt and has developed a great blue/green coloration. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck. The eye appeal is fantastic!

ONLY 777 were minted. PCGS 8, NGC 13, CAC 5. The last one of these to sell in major auction brought $4,700.00 02/2013 heritage. It is important to note that even in today's crazy upside down market where commoner dates now sell for next to nothing, the 1902 not only has held its value but actually has prospered. This date and grade are absolute "stoppers" for the series. Plus, they are non existent in Cameo. This coin represents one heck of an opportunity!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Dimes:Barber
Item - 10778
10C 1909O PCGS MS67 EX SIMPSON
 A GRAND SUPERB GEM!
$ 15500.00
We have always loved this coin ever since the day we laid eyes on it back in 2005. The surfaces are pristine and are satiny smooth. a full booming luster shows off heart pounding circles of totally original pearl green/mellow blue colors. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is awesome!

PCGS 2, NGC 2, CAC 3 (this coin maybe 2x). We are sure this coin is the finer of the 2 MS67's. Prior to us buying it from our Regency Sale last month for $13,500.00, the last auction sale for this coin was way back in 01/2005 heritage where we bought it for $13,800.00. As you can see, special MS barber coins are just too cheap today-no matter how rare they are. This coin represents tremendous opportunity.

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Dimes:Barber
Item - 10773
10C 1909S PCGS MS67 EX SIMPSON
 A SEDUCTIVE GEM!
$ 15500.00
This is what we like to call a “lone wolf rarity,” the single finest graded 1909-S by PCGS. No question, the quality is all there and then some!

This is a truly special coin, especially considering the condition you typically see these in. One microscopic planchet chip on the cheek is all that keeps this coin from full MS68, with no other imperfections of any kind. A surprising luster shows off original shades of moderate gold/deep pewter colors. Miss Liberty and the details are pinpoint sharp and the eye appeal is great!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. This coin has never been to auction until last month when it sold in our Regency 10 sale. We paid $12,337.00 for it. back when we bought it many years ago, we had paid $30,000.00. The current Collectors Universe value is an approximate $20,000.00. MS barbers have fallen to ridiculous levels. keep in mind, 26+ years of operations, and this is still the ONLY MS67!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Quarters:Barber
Item - 10766
25C 1910D PCGS MS67
 SUPERB IN EVERY RESPECT!
$ 11500.00
ON HOLD
SUPER HIGH END! There is no such thing as a finder 1910D 25C!

Sexy surfaces are satiny and are smooth. There are no visible impairments anywhere or any size. A full booming luster enhances the even and totally original shades of pale olive/gold/rose/blue/champagne that swirl all over. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and are sharply struck. The eye appeal is terrific!

PCGS 2, NGC 1, CAC 1. This coin sold in auction for $9,400.00 06/2014 Heritage. That seemed way too cheap. Opportunity knocks loud here.

For a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 29627867

Quarters:Standing Liberty
Item - 10774
25C 1920D PCGS MS65FH
 A MASTERPIECE!
$ 14500.00
Technically we grade this coin an MS65+ FH. Its all there.

We think just a touch of slightly irregular toning maybe all that keeps this coin from an MS66FH designation. The surfaces are pristine. You can use a strong glass and look for a long time and not find ANY problems, ANY where. A strong luster shows off splashes of original pale gold/golden brown-which does frames parts of the rims too. This still is a mostly silver white coin. Most important, Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck. You do not need a glass to see the full rivets in the shield. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 33, NGC 12, CAC 1. We found NO records of any PCGS CAC piece ever selling in auction. The last piece to sell-a PCGS NON CAC brought $11,162.00 05/2013 Stacks. This piece is original and is eye appealing. Good luck finding another!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 10767
50C 1921 PCGS MS65+
 VERY HIGH END!
$ 26500.00
We grade this coin MS65.8+. It really is that close to full MS66!

There is no question this is an above average 1921. The surfaces overall are clean and smooth. Only a small bag mark in the dreaded right field is what keeps this GEM from a full MS66. Both sides are a crispy original white. For a 1921, the luster is way above average and really lights up the coin. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have exceptional strikes. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 58, NGC 35, CAC 10. PCGS has graded only 3 coins MS65+. The last one to sell in auction brought $29,376.00 04/2014 Heritage. Do know no PCGS MS66 has crossed the auction block since 2002! Opportunity knocks loud here for anyone building a GEM Walker set.


Dollars:Seated
Item - 10780
$1 1859O PCGS MS64
 VERY CHOICE!!!
$ 8950.00
Above average! These typically come hacked up and crusty. This coin certainly is NOT.

From across the room you can see this coins full booming luster. The luster shows off sleek and really clean surfaces. Only with a strong glass can you find a contact marks and a line or two on the obverse. There is small bagmark at 12:00 in the reverse. Both sides have thin band of original blue framing parts of the rims only. The centers are a faint gold/silvery color. This coin does not appear to have ever been dipped or messed with. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 25, NGC 22, CAC 5. PCGS has graded only 2 coins higher. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $7,475.00 11/2011 Heritage. We paid more for this coin! Your not going to see many really nice examples like this ever offered.

Dollars:Seated
Item - 10768
$1 1866 PCGS PR65 CAMEO
 BOLDLY MIRRORED!
$ 25000.00
This coin has mirrors you can see from Pluto! WOW!

Mega deep mirrors beam from all over. They are also exceptionally clean, have amazing clarity, and have nearly blinding reflectivity. They look like a freshly made and highly polished sheet of glass. There are some light splashes of pale blue toning scattered about. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and have full strikes. Your eye balls will pop out and roll around due to this coins wild beauty!

ONLY 725 pieces were minted. PCGS 5, NGC 1, CAC 1. the last auction record we see for one of these was from 01/2013 Heritage. The coin was NOT CAC but brought $21,150.00. This coin sold back in 2011 for $26,450.00. We can't stress how rare these really are. Opportunity knocks loud here!

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