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Item - 11920
$ 1150000.00
Legend Numismatics is proud to have acquired the marvelous 1C 1793 Chain America PCGS MS65BN CAC. It defies reality the fact this coin even exists in its unheard of state of preservation. If you seek an unmessed with TRUE GEM Chain cent, THIS COIN IS IT!

Most important, this coin was struck on a pretty much problem free planchet. Only with a strong glass can you see some very minor pin point size ticks. To the naked eye, the surfaces appear smooth and clean. A surprisingly strong luster adds a little gloss to the unquestionable ORIGINAL surfaces. Both sides are an even mellow brown with highlights of gold. Miss Liberty and the details are beyond amazing in strike. You do not need a glass to see all the fine points. We can't stress enough that this coin really does have a jaw dropping killer eye appeal!

PCGS 1, NGC 2, CAC 1. PCGS has graded NONE higher. This coin last sold in 01/2013 at the Cardinal Sale for $998,500.00. It has been off the market with a non US based collector ever since. The only other GEM MS65 Chain (with Periods) sold for $1,350,000.00 01/2012. While the PCGS MS66BN sold for $2,350,000.00 01/2015. This coin has been with a Legend Customer ever since the Cardinal Sale. The t. customer has actually upgraded to something else recently (yeah, wow). Do know this coin is not being sold for any other reason then it is now a duplicate!

Legend Numismatics is proud and honored to present this once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire one of the most famous rarities in all of numismatics-a GEM MS65BN Chain Cent.

Item - 11906
$ 19500.00
What are we missing here? PCGS was as tight on this piece as we have ever seen. It sure looks better then many higher graded pieces we have seen!

Virtually flawless surfaces are smooth. We used a strong glass to examine it, and all we could find was light porosity on the planchet (and we mean ultra light and scattered). In fact, you can say this was struck on a problem free blank. A light luster enhances the super even chocolate brown colors. There are NO spots or imperfections. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck. The eye appeal is special!

PCGS 16, NGC 8, CAC 2. PCGS has graded only 2 coins in MS63+ with possibly 10 higher. The last regular MS63BN brought $21,150.00 04/2013.

We think this piece is an absolute prize. Its 221 years old and looks like it was recently crafted from a chuck of milk chocolate. Keep in mind, back then every coin was hand made. This is a tremendous piece of history. Opportunity (especially at today's levels) can not knock any louder!

Item - 11907
$ 53500.00
We cannot stress enough how rare and how outstanding the quality of this coin is. Once this piece is sold-good luck finding anything remotely close!

Most important, this piece lacks the dark stains so many 1810's seem to have. Both sides are exceedingly clean and smooth. The planchet has no problems either. There s alight luster/gloss that is totally original (this coin has not been brushed or waxed). Both sides are a wonderful even chocolate brown color. The reverse has some faint hints of original Mint Red. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 3, NGC 2, CAC 1. this piece is from the greatest collection of Large Cents ever formed-Naftzger. Even though it is tied for finest graded, our guess-it might be the finest. The last record of any PCGS MS65BN selling was back in 09/2009. That piece was stained and brought a whopping $149,500.00. While a bit extreme, we strongly feel the market has valued the coin offered here at an absolute bargain price!

Cents:Flying Eagle
Item - 11915
1C 1856 FE PCGS PR65 S-9
$ 35000.00
We'd say next to the 09S VDB, the 1856 FE is one of the most popular Cents that exists. Any time we can buy a beautiful fully GEM example we do. Of course this coin is a gorgeous GEM!

For an 1856, this coin displays mirrors that are slightly above average. Typically, you won't see any at all. The surfaces re extremely clean and smooth. The reflectivity is actually good. Both sides are evenly blanketed by a lovely original mix of pale golden brown/pale purple/deep champagne colors. Every detail is needle sharp in strike and has gentle frost. The eye appeal is really super!

PCGS 51, NGC 33, CAC 16. Prior to this coin selling, the last one to sell in auction brought $32,900.00 01/2016. Basically, this date and grade has held its value nicely. Demand has never ceased. We looked at prices from the past 2 years, they range from $29,375.00 to $42,300.00. This coin is also above average in terms of its not dull and actually has some color!

Half Dimes:Seated
Item - 11919
H.10 1857 PCGS MS67
$ 4950.00
Even though we have built the all time finest ever MS Seated Dime set (Law /Simpson set), we must say, we doubt we've seen many coins close to this pieces extraordinary quality!

We looked this coin over and over and found NO flaws. Even using a strong glass yielded NOTHING. The luster is strong and enlivens the totally original pale olive/silver colors. Miss Liberty and the details are lightly frosted and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 7, NGC 13, CAC 11. The last one to sell in auction brought $5,288.00 09/2014. There is no question in our minds this coin was carefully stored since it left the Mint over 159 years ago! This is a very special GEM 1857 Half Dime.


(the image does not do this coin justice).

Half Dimes:Seated
Item - 11912
H.10 1860 PCGS PR66 CAMEO
$ 3350.00
This is one of those glittering beautiful toned GEMS you can see from across the room!

Superior surfaces are clean and sleek. The mirrors have no lines or problems. They are also deep, crystal clear, and have powerful reflectivity. A beautiful and totally original mix of pale golden brown/reddish gold colors swirls all over. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and do have strong frost. The eye appeal is super flashy!

Only 1000 were minted. However due to poor sales, most were melted. PCGS 4, NGC 1, CAC 5 (we're pretty sure this is 2x). NONE are beaned higher. The last PCGS CAC 1860 to sell at auction brought $3,055.00 02/2014 Heritage. This coin is fantastic and you really should consider adding it to your collection!


Item - 11917
10C 1839O ND PCGS MS65+
$ 9500.00
Lookie at what this piece has going for it: its a SUPERB HIGH END GEM from an obsolete Mint that's 177 years old! Did we mention it is very reasonably priced? Whew!

Superior smooth surfaces have no outstanding issues. Only with a strong glass can you find a light frost break or contact mark that is well hidden. For an 1839 coin, the luster is very good. Both sides are a totally original dove/pearl gray color. This is NOT a dull or drab coin. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 2, NGC 2, CAC 4. PCGS has graded only 2 coins MS65+ with possibly 7 higher. Regardless, this is NOT a date you see offered much in GEM. Yet again, opportunity knocks loud here!

Item - 11914
10C 1893 PCGS MS67+
$ 10250.00
If we had seen this coin when we were building the Law Collection of MS Barber Dimes (The finest ever) we would have included it for sure. We rarely have seen early MS Barbers so nice!

A full booming luster illuminates exceptional and neon like color rings. The colors are totally original and include exotic shades of royal blue/lime/violet that open into light golden brown centers. The surfaces are remarkably clean (even using a strong glass we can not find a single mark anywhere) and are clearly visible. Miss Liberty and the details are almost 3-D looking. They standout with crisp sharp strikes and thick frost. The eye appeal is totally jaw dropping!

PCGS 4, NGC 7, CAC 5. There are only 2 MS67+ graded. The last regular MS67 to sell brought $11,162.00 10/2015 and it was untoned. Of course the coin we are offering here is most likely the FINEST 1893 and it blows away most other coins of similar grade! Even if you don't collect MS Barber 10C, this coin will be a star in any great Type set or as a stand alone piece!

Half Dollars:Barber
Item - 11916
$ 18500.00
Can't beat the quality or color of this coin! No matter how picky you are, this piece WILL more then please you.

Sensational surfaces are ultra clean and have a satiny smooth texture. A vibrant strong luster illuminates the gorgeous and totally original colors that beam from all over. Beautiful shades of blue/green/gold/violet/pale tangerine mix wonderfully. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fabulous!

PCGS 10, NGC 8, CAC 9. At the FUN Sale, a lesser piece (with more dusky toning) sold for $16,100.00. We assure you, this piece is far more vibrant and nicer ! Keep in mind, NOW is the BEST time to buy a coin like this. Once the few MS67 Barber Halves that are on the market are gone, prices should pop back up to the low $20G range. We can't stress this enough: OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS LOUD HERE!

Item - 11908
$1 1897 PCGS PR65CAMEO
$ 5750.00
An impressive very pretty GEM Proof Morgan.

Superior deep mirrors boldly beam from all over. They have that deep "watery" look. Using a strong glass will only make you smile. There are NO imperfections or even lines to be found. Both sides are a kaleidoscope of original colors. The mix includes: forest green/aqua blue/gold/violet/deep champagne. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is great!

ONLY 731 were minted. PCGS 8, NGC 10. CAC 2. This coin last sold 07/2013 for $6,462.50. You can't beat the new prices in today's market!


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