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Item - 11275
5C 1937 PCGS PR68
$ 16750.00
If your a perfectionist and demand killer eye appeal, then this is your coin!

Deep mirrors go all the way to the opposite end of the planet. They have superior reflectivity, cleanliness, and clarity. Even using a strong glass there are zero imperfections or spots. Both sides are a luscious light original lilac/pale gold/brilliant nickel color. Every detail is pinpoint sharp and stands out. The eye appeal is phenomenal!

PCGS 21, NGC 49, CAC 10. The last PCGS CAC piece our record show that sold in auction was back in 02/2014. That piece brought $16,450.00. This piece looks very similar (the serial numbers do not match).

If you seek a special and great looking 1937 PR Buffalo, this is your coin!

Half Dimes:Early
Item - 11280
H.10C 1795 PCGS MS65+
$ 57500.00
Can't believe how this tiny coin has managed to survive 220 years in such a magnificent state of preservation. We think it sat somewhere undisturbed for over 100 years. That's just mind boggling!

Remarkably clean and smooth surfaces are highlights. The luster is above average. Both sides are coated by a no question totally original mix of deep pewter/olive/pale navy/blue/green colors. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck. There are some light adjustment marks (Mint made) on the reverse. They do NOT affect the grade. The eye appeal is terrific!

PCGS 12, NGC 8, CAC 5. This is the ONLY MS65+ by PCGS. PCGS has graded 12 coins higher. It is important to note, that MS65 CAC pieces were bringing $46-$58,000.00 2015-2015 in auction. This coin obviously is worth more. Its Collectors Universe Value is $69,000.00. An MS66 would cost you around $110,000.00-if you could find one!

This coin represents the best of Early Classic coinage. You also can't beat the now as the time to buy a great coin like this! Oh does opportunity knock loud here!

Item - 11286
$ 25500.00
This coin ranks among the all time truly magnificent Proof Seated Dimes that exist! It is the FINEST KNOWN for the date.

Deep mirrors beam from all over. They are crystal clear, ultra clean (we would only find one thin line), and have bold reflectivity. They look like a freshly formed sheet of ice. Mother Nature gave this coin an awesome mix of original blue/aqua green/purple colors that really sparkle all over. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have razor sharp strikes. The eye appeal is stunning!

PCGS 1, NGC 1, CAC 1. This special coin is more then worthy of the best PR Collection or as a 'put away" piece. It last sold in auction 06/2014 for $25,850.00. Opportunity knocks loud here!

Item - 11278
$ 26500.00
This coin is nothing less then breathtaking! We always felt it is the prettiest of the 4 1895 MS 67 Dime PCGS has graded (yes we have seen them all)!

Superior surfaces are satiny smooth and offer nothing but sheer perfection. We looked all over this piece when we originally found it back in 2006. The luster is really strong and does enhance the colors. The obverse has a gorgeous original mix of royal blue/green/gold/rose colors while the reverse is navy/olive colors. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is spectacular!

PCGS 4, NGC 1, CAC 4 (we believe this is 2x). This coin sold in our December sale for $22,325.00. The buyer has since decided to move into other areas. Back in 2005 one sold for $46,000.00 in auction. We purchased this for inclusion in the then Law Collection (2011) we PAID $40,000.00! Sadly, Superb GEM MS Barbers like this have fallen out of favor (which is when you buy them)! Opportunity knocks so loud here!

Item - 11289
25C 1889 PCGS PR68
$ 18500.00
This wonderful specimen is the FINEST graded by PCGS for the date in any designation. It is certainly more then worthy of its lofty status!

Deep and glittering mirrors beam from all over. They are clear, super clean, and have strong reflectivity. When you twirl the coin you get the 'watery" look. The peripheries of the obverse and the entire reverse are blanketed by a totally original mix of lavender/deep champagne/pale purple colors. We believe the reverse had been lying on felt (the mirrors do beam through the toning). Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have needle sharp strikes. The eye appeal is wonderful!

Only 711 were ever minted. PCGS 1, NGC 4, CAC 3 (we believe this is 2 of the 3). The current Collectors Universe Value is $19,500.00. Of course no PCGS PR 68 CAC piece has ever been sold via auction. This certainly is a coin worthy of inclusion in the FINEST PR or Type set!


Half Dollars:Bust
Item - 11290
50C 1814 PCGS MS63
$ 4850.00
We bought this coin raw and resubmitted 2X seeking an MS64. We used to know how to grade these. Can't promise it ever will MS64, but its one heck of a 63!

The surfaces are a thick satiny texture and are smooth. There are numerous die lines, clashing lines, and other clear Mint made things you find only on these Bust Halves. A surprisingly strong luster shows off a light and even deep champagne/pewter mix of original colors. There is a thin Mint grease stain on the reverse. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have really crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is VERY nice!

PCGS 29, NGC 31, CAC 4 (as you can see, CAC is VERY tough on these). No MS63 PCGS piece has sold in auction since 2004! An NGC NO CAC sold for $4,406.00 03/2015. This is a very nice and high end Bust Half that will fit in any collection!


Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 11277
50C 1933S PCGS MS67
$ 29500.00
WOW! We technically grade this coin MS68! It has to be seen to be believed.

Absolutely flawless surfaces are satiny smooth. You can use a neutron microscope and you won't find a single flaw. The luster is moderate and does enhance the thicker colors. Both sides have a totally original mix of semi rainbow colors of golden brown/pearl green/reddish gold/violet that swirl all over. We think the thickness of the colors (the coin not being white) are what keep it from an MS68 grade. Miss Liberty and the details are perfectly struck and clearly stand out. You don't need a glass to see every skirt line or the eagles leg feathers. The eye appeal is very sweet!

PCGS 13, NGC 6, CAC 7. In 2015 three ULTRA HIGH END NGC pieces came on the market that had been away forever. They sold at prices ranging from $23-$33,000.00. If you collect Walkers, love pretty toned pieces, and demand perfection-this is your coin!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 11284
50C 1947D PCGS MS67
$ 7500.00
You can tell this coin has been carefully stored since it left the bank 68 years ago. Its not easy to find a 47D in this state of preservation!

Shimmering surfaces are also satiny and smooth. The luster is intense and unbroken. There are NO marks and the dreaded right field is clean! Both sides have a totally original swirling patina of golden brown/gold/pale green colors that mix with creamy white centers. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have exceptional strikes. The eye appeal is fabulous!

PCGS 24, NGC 59, CAC 15. The current Collectors Universe Value is $7,500.00. Do not let the pops fool you-these are really hard to find in REAL MS67!

Item - 11281
$ 75000.00
This out of this world GEM is one of 4 coins we left early bids on and won (88% of the 64 coins were sold to collectors). We've never ever seen another 80CC remotely close to it.

Here is our catalog description: Ever since the Coronet Collector first laid eyes on this monster, he knew it was one of the finest 1880-CCs to ever exist! Real, 4” mirrors have great clarity, cleanliness, and strong reflectivity. This coin actually has more flash than a few 80-CC DMPLs we’ve seen. There is no toning on this undipped, unaltered piece, and strong contrast is visible. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and sharply struck. The eye appeal is jaw dropping!

PCGS 1, NGC 1, CAC 1. This coin was bought via private treaty and has never appeared at auction. The current Collectors Universe value is a ridiculous $30,000.00, but the Coronet Collector paid substantially more. Not only is this the finest 1880-CC, it’s one of the finest Morgan Dollar CCs, and will be a stunning prize in any gem Morgan or CC set.

We'd like to add, this is one of the great CC's that survives in ANY Date.

Item - 11282
$ 7000.00
This is one of four pieces we left early bids on and won! Its a spectacular coin and was every bit worthy of inclusion in the worlds finest set of MS Morgans!

Yet another outstanding common date. It took an awful long time to find this beauty! Intensely lustrous, unaltered surfaces reveal few trivial ticks or lines, while both sides are a pleasing, undipped silvery white. Miss Liberty and the details have both light contrast and frost. The details are sharply struck and the cheek is magnificently clean. The eye appeal is phenomenal! PCGS 115, NGC 240, CAC 67. The last one to sell at auction brought $4,113.00 (8/14). Good luck!

We'd like to add, all the hard work was done for you by the Coronet Collector and us! This is not a low end or so/so piece. Its a HIGH END, EYE APPEALING, and totally SUPERB GEM! Now is your chance to add this GEM to your set for inclusion.


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