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Half Cents
Item - 10468
H.01C-$1.00 1856 PCGS 64+-PR67 CA
 THIS NUMISMATIC TREASURE SHOULD NOT EXIST!
$ 575000.00
Legend Numismatics is pleased to own and offer one of the most exciting numismatic treasures that exists-a complete SUPERB GEM matched original 1856 Proof Set! Every coin is graded by PCGS and has been CAC approved.

This set has been intact since the day each coin was handpicked at the Mint-in 1856. The set has remained with the sale family until 2000 or so when a major dealer bought the families entire PR Set holdings 1856-1867. Legend was fortunate enough to have acquired the bulk of the sets and placed them immediately into great homes. This set was sold to a collector/investor who held on to it for 3 years. When we were re-offered the set, we immediately turned to Bob Simspon who bought it and 3 others (1857-1859). Now that Mr Simspon is overloaded with coins and is cleaning house, we sold this set along with the others (1857-1859) in our July 2014 Regency sale. This set brought $499,375.00. It is important to note, this set was in all NGC holders-with the Dollar grading PR67 and the Dime grading PR68 (we have the inserts). Of all the sets in that deal, this has always been our favorite.

We actually had $500,000.00 hammer to bid on it. You can not find ANY accurate values for this set. These are coins that have no equals! We can easily see this set selling for $1 million dollars in a strong market. If you seek something completely different-and NOT esoteric-here it is. Its highly unlikely that ANY other GEM PR 1856 sets exist-let alone one in such an incredible state of preservation!

Legend loves matched original proof sets. We would never allow a set like this to be broken up. Its just too great a treasure.

H.01 PCGS PR66RB. CAC. (NGC PR66RB). Amazing everything! Strong mirrors have totally original colors. Every detail is needle sharp and really stands out. The eye appeal is phenomenal!

1C PCGS PR66RB SLANTED 6 CAC. (NGC PR66*RB) WOW! Why is this monster not a PR67? Killer mirrors are more red then brown.

1C FE PCGS PR64+ CAC. (NGC PR65). The ONLY reason we can see as to why this is a 64+-pure spite by PCGS. This coin is perfect!

3CS PCGS PR66 CAC. (NGC PR67 CAMEO). Pristine mirrors do contrast with sharply struck features. the mirrors are super bold! We grade this coin 66+ CA.

H.10 PCGS PR66 CAMEO GOLD CAC (NGC PR67 CAMEO). Deeply mirrored. a just a few die lines probably spooked PCGS. We grade the coin PR67 Cameo.

10C PCGS PR66 CAMEO SM DT CAC. (NGC PR68 CAMEO). Only w/a strong glass can you see some die polishing lines. Awesome mirrors. We grade the coin PR67 CA.

25C PCGS PR67 CAMEO CAC. (NGC PR68 CAMEO). PCGS was clearly spiteful here too! An amazing SUPERB GEM w/deep mirrors! We grade this coin PR67+ Cameo at the very least! 50C PCGS PR66 CAMEO CAC. (NGC PR67 CAMEO). Incredible mirrors are nearly blinding! We fully grade this coin PR67 Cameo.

$1 PCGS PR66+ CAMEO GOLD CAC (NGC PR67 CAMEO). We fought hard w/PCGS about calling it a PR67 Cameo. They had to stick to their guns. they are absolutel wrong here-even CAC backs that up. This is one of the most amazing No Motto PR Dollars that exists-and thats not including the fact it is an 1856!

We can't stress enough the HIGH END qualities each coin has, the matched totally ORIGINAL colors, and how deep and incredibly flashy EVERY coins mirrors are! We rarely see sets in the 1900's anymore with this kind of quality or eye appeal.

Valuaton was not a problem for us. Keep in mind, even in PCGS holders, each coin is pretty much still the finest known. A coin like the dollar we easily value at $150,000.00. We know for a fact we could get at least $125,000.00 WHOLESALE for it if we broke the set (maybe more if we really shopped it). Plus, its a PR66+ which even CAC agrees with was harsh (it had been an NGC PR67). Non Camoed PR65's trade for $60,000.00 (we've seen one that is dark and fugly). Here you have a coin that should a PR67 with gorgeous moderate original toning and killer mirrors. Plus, we did figure 5% for the total set value. This set definately has serious upside potential. Opportunity knocks loud here! Call or email us to discuss how we can help you own this once in a life time set.

Three Cent Silver
Item - 10465
3CS 1860 PCGS PR66
 OUTSTANDING!
$ 8750.00
Stunning!

Deep, glittering, crystal clear, and highly reflective mirrors beam from all over. There is a very teenie planchet disturbance at 7:00 on the obverse-otherwise this coin would be a PR67! Both sides are evenly blanketed by a deeper but NOT dark or dull mix of totally ORIGINAL navy/aqua green/royal blue colors. Every detail is needle sharp in strike and do stand out. The eye appeal is fabulous!

Only 1000 were minted-but most were melted due to poor sale. PCGS 2, NGC 3, CAC 5 (this and another coin are at least 4 beans). PCGS has graded only one coin higher-a PR67+ (which we'd love to buy it). The other PR 66 is housed in the Little Silver Collection that we sold to a collector at the ANA Show. Our computer is showing no auction records for either PR66. The current Collectors Universe value is $10,000.00. The last PR65 sold for $6,613.00 02/2012 Heritage. This is NOT an easy to date to find in ANY state of GEM!


Nickels:Buffalo
Item - 10464
5C 1913 TYI PCGS PR66
 A TERRIFIC PIECE!
$ 3350.00
The originality of this GEM is undeniable! As is the full PR66 quality!

Superb and totally original. The surfaces display full Matte texture. A moderate lustre shows off pale rose/pale blue/deep nickel color on the obverse. The reverse probably sat on felt and has a light gold toning. There are NO spots or problems. Every detail is needle sharp in strike and stands out. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 98, NGC 98, CAC 26. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $4,259.00 04/2014 heritage. Opportunity knocks loud here!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Half Dollars:Seated
Item - 10470
50C 1886 PCGS MS65
 SUPERB!
$ 4750.00
This is a superb example of an extremely rare MS Seated Half.

The surfaces are super clean and have prooflike mirrors. A wonderful mixz of moderate and totally original navy/violet/pale purple colors is evenly spread all over. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fantastic!

ONLY 5000 were minted. PCGS 7, NGC 10, CAC 2. PCGS possibly has graded only 6 coins higher. These are so rare that the last one to sell in auction was way back in 2003! We can't stress enough what a great opportunity this coin represents!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Fora sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 30837282

Dollars:Morgan
Item - 10469
$1 1878 8TF PCGS MS66+ SUNNYWOOD/SIMPSON
 A WEALTH OF RAINBOW COLORS!
$ 20500.00
We'll use Sunnywoods own words from our catalog: "The popular Eight Tail Feathers variety marks the first adopted reverse for the new silver dollars of 1878. The design was later revised to seven tail feathers in accordance with Morgan's original intent, although the even number eight is actually more accurate. (According to Hawk Mountain's Research Center, most large birds of prey including the Bald Eagle have precisely 12 tail feathers, an even number.) This spectacular coin has some prooflike characteristics, exciting eye appeal, and PQ technical qualities - high end for the assigned grade. The color spectrum and quality of this coin are truly memorable."

Truly the ultimate in color and quality for an 8TF! We have only ever seen one even close-and we PAID $25,000.00 for a few years ago. The color scheme on this coin is mindboggling!

We are pleased to offer collectors a second (and maybe final) chance to buy a coin from the record breaking greatest colored dollar set ever assembled. PCGS has graded only 3 coins MS66+ with 2 higher (one sold for $46,000.00 in 2007-non CAC). The color premium is actually small!

For a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 06666306

Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10466
50C 1922 GRANT W/STAR PCGS MS66+
 A VERY HIGH END BORDERLINE MS67!
$ 18500.00
PCGS was a little harsh calling this coin only a MS66+. There really is not anything visible holding it back from a MS67 designation (we make NO promise it will ever 67). Its definitely one of the higher quality Grant W/Stars you will ever see!

The surfaces are incredibly clean. Even with a strong glass all you will see are a few Mint made raised die lines (was struck). A strong luster shows off beautiful moderate ORIGINAL colors of golden brown/pale lavender/silver/light purple that gently cover both sides. All of the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is exceptional!

PCGS 40, NGC 39, CAC 8. PCGS has graded only 3 coins MS66+. NO PCGS CAC MS66+ has sold in auction. A PCGS MS66 NON CAC did sell for $18,800.00 11/2013 Heritage. The last PCGS MS67 CAC to sell brought $48,875.00 01/2012 Heritage. The coin we are offering here is HIGH END and does represent a great value!


Gold:Half Eagles:Liberty
Item - 10467
$5 1846 LG DT PCGS MS62
 VERY HIGH END!
$ 5950.00
This is a more then wonderful example of this hard to find date. The quality is VERY high end!

Overall, the surfaces are exceptionally clean and semi satiny. Only with a strong glass can you find some ever so minor ticks and a scattered line or two. A surprisingly strong luster shows off the beautiful totally original deeper yellow gold color. There are NO spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are extremely well struck and do standout. The eye appeal is super!

PCGS 8, NGC 4, CAC 3. Prior to this coin, the last auction record we could find for ANY MS PCGS MS62 (NON CAC) was from 2010. Back then a MS62 realized $4,025.00. Fast forward to today, these are still very rare coins in MS62 and higher (PCGS has only graded 2 coins higher)!

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