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Item - 10885
1C 1860 PCGS MS66+
$ 4250.00
This coin is an Indian Cent lovers delight! We love the coins total originality.

Superb surfaces are just two teenie ticks from having this coin graded an MS67. You need a glass to see the ticks. Overall, the surfaces are smooth and do emit a strong luster. A light beautiful mix of gold/pale rose colors evenly swirls all over. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 46, NGC 36, CAC 13. PCGS has graded only 3 coins in MS66+. PCGS has graded 9 coins higher of which the last one (A NON CAC piece) sold for $18,400.00 2009. We do know this coin last sold for $5,682.00 in auction back in 11/2013 Heritage. We know this coin is priced really right!


Item - 10893
1C 1955/55 PCGS MS64RD
$ 14000.00
We have not owned one of these since early 2012. Saw this and knew right away we had to own it!

No question this coin is a totally original GEM MINT RED with NO fading. The surfaces are actually are clean overall. A very strong luster shows of not only the GEM RD colors, but then is very light toning sprinkled all over. Lincoln and the details are sharply struck and do stand out. Of course you can clearly see the overdate! The eye appeal is superb!

PCGS 149, NGC 46, CAC 18. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $19,975.00 02/2014 Stacks. The current Collectors Universe Value is $16,500.00. We can also tell you we have been searching for a PCGS MS65RD CAC for years. If we can't find one-you won't either!

Two Cents
Item - 10897
2C 1872 PCGS PR65RB
$ 1675.00
This is a gorgeous and VERY HIGH END GEM!

About 70% of the color is GEM ORIGINAL MINT RED. The balance is light brown. There are NO spots or discolorations. Both sides have super clean, crystal clear, and boldly reflective mirrors. All of the details are pin point sharp in strike. The eye appeal is fabulous!

PCGS 130, NGC 76, CAC 18. The last record of a PCGS CAC piece selling in auction was back 02/2014 Heritage. That piece brought $1,645.00. Our piece offered here is fresh to the market and is really nice!


Three Cent Silver
Item - 10909
3CS 1853 PCGS MS67
$ 5950.00
We marvel at how such a tiny coin can survive over 162 years in such a remarkable state of preservation. All we can say is WOW! This coin will be a killer addition to any GEM Type or MS 3CS set.

Pristine surfaces cover both sides. There is a microscopic die break on the obverse and that's it. A full booming luster shows off totally original pearl white color. Every detail is fully struck (there is NO weakness in the center shield) and do stand out. The eye appeal is like the quality-amazing!

PCGS 7, NGC 10, CAC 5. Last year, one brought $7,637.00 04/2014 Heritage. The current Collectors Universe Value is $8,000.00. We bough this piece right and are offering it at a more then fair price.

Three Cent Silver
Item - 10911
3CS 1867 PCGS MS66 GOLD-CAC!!!
$ 23750.00
Having built the #1 all time MS set and the set right below it, we know what these should look like. This coin not only is a real MS piece, but it really is a 66.9++. We did resubmit it once, we think PCGS simply does not understand the coin. Maybe one day!

Super satiny surfaces are ultra clean. Typical to most other rarer dates (1868+1869) this coin does NOT display any prooflike surfaces. A strong luster shows off 100% natural toning shades of blue/burnt orange/gold that swirl all over. The details are so needle sharp in strike you do NOT need any glass to see them. The eye appeal is terrific!

ONLY 4000 were ever minted. PCGS 2, NGC 2, CAC 5 (this coin is at least 2x CAC). PCGS has graded 2 coins higher-which we think is the single coin that is in our #1 Simpson Collection. The coin offered here last sold in auction at Gardner for $20,563.00. We think that was a bargain. You never ever see these MS65 or higher. Opportunity knocks so loud for any 3CS Collector!

Keep in mind, the quality of this piece is considered MS67 by CAC-who did put a a rare GOLD sticker on it!

Item - 10896
$ 23750.00
We shake our heads in disbelief that there are LESS then 10 minted. This coin looks as good as any later Stars Proof!

Glittering mirrors beam from all over. They are clear, clean, and do offer bold reflectivity. Some moderate ORIGINAL purple/pale rose/champagne toning is evenly spread all over. Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike. The eye appeal is VERY nice!

The pops say ONLY 8 were ever struck. That would make this date far rarer then a 94S 10C (and those sell for $1.5 million plus)! The current Collectors Universe Value is $30,000.00. Buying a real rarity now like this should be money in the bank in 5-10 years (we make NO guarantee). Opportunity definitely knocks loud here!

Item - 10905
$ 15000.00
This SUPERB GEM is just one teenie tick from an MS68 designation!

Superior surfaces are ultra clean and have a satiny smooth texture. There are a total of two ticks-one obverse one reverse that you need a glass to see. The luster is unbroken and is strong. Both sides are an original white with a light dusting of golden brown. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and are fully struck. The eye appeal is superb!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. This is the FINEST 14S graded-there is not even a regular MS67 by PCGS (and there are only 2 MS66's). We bought this coin for the Law Set and paid $10,000.00 for back in 2004. Opportunity knocks loud today!

Item - 10889
10C 1939 PCGS PR67
$ 450.00
Have not handled one of these in a year. This was worth the wait!

Deep, crystal clear, clean, and highly reflective mirrors beam from all over. There is NO haze. The color is a bold silvery white. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck. The eye appeal is super!


Item - 10907
10C 1942/1D PCGS MS65 FB OGH
$ 29500.00
As many of you know, Legend never has done a whole lot with Merc Dimes. We have always had a preference for earlier coins. This past week two Mercs stood out-this one and another rarity in MS68FB. We bought them both and we are pleased to present this coin to you today!

We rank this coin as a rock sold and evenly slight high end GEM. The surfaces are super clean and have a satiny texture. The luster is full and is booming all over. There is some light golden toning in the left obverse field, otherwise this coin is totally creamy white. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck. She also has the typical die crack running down the head. The eye appeal is really nice!

PCGS 16, NGC 10, CAC 7. The last PCGS CAC example that sold in auction brought $28,500.00 08/2013 Heritage. Here is a great chance to acquire a 20th Century rarity in GEM condition for your collection.

Half Dollars:Reeded Edge
Item - 10900
50C 1836 RE PCGS MS62
$ 18000.00
This superb piece is SUPER HIGH END. While we can not guarantee it will ever grade MS63, we actually think it might be worth more raw! We did resubmit it seeking an MS63. PCGS may have had a bad day when it was resubmitted.

We love everything about this coin. The surfaces are clean overall and look satiny smooth. Even with a strong glass, all you can find a very MINOR widely scattered lines and a tick or two. A surprisingly strong luster beams well from all over. Both sides are a deeper and totally original pewter color. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck. The eye appeal is great!

Only 1200 were ever minted. PCGS 12, NGC 11, CAC 4. The last auction record we have for one of these selling is from 11/2011 Heritage-that coin brought $12,650.00. Fast forward, we never ever see these offered in ANY grade of MS. So its really hard to figure a correct value-we do are certain this coin is worth more today then it was in 2011. in MS63 PCGS has graded only 4 coins. Opportunity knocks so loud here!

Item - 10888
$1 1881S PCGS MS68
$ 4950.00
What a gorgeous coin this is!

A thin band (a mini crescent) of totally original blue/violet/amber colors frames the obverse rims only. The balance of the coin is an intense silvery white. The surfaces are what you expect for an MS68: intensely lustrous and VERY clean. Even the overall condition of the cheek will impress the pickiest of buyers. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is phenomenal!

PCGS 115, NGC 239, CAC 65. The last auction record we could find for one of these was only $4,112.00 08/2014 Heritage. That coin was not as pretty as this one (an NGC CAC piece brought $4,994.00 01/2015). Plus, the current Collectors Universe value is $5,900.00.


Item - 10901
$1 1883S PCGS MS64
$ 6950.00
Before certification, a coin like this would have been called a GEM. We took one look and knew we had to own it!

First, this HIGH END GEM clearly has moderate cameo contrast. WOW! An intense headlight booming luster really makes that stand out. You can see some scattered ticks-mostly on the obverse. There is a thin cut in the hair-visible only w/a glass. Both sides are a powerful mint white. The obverse has a thin band of reddish gold framing the rims only. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and have thick 80S type PL frosting. The eye appeal is wicked awesome!

PCGS 445, NGC 250, CAC 60. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell at auction brought $6,148.00 08/2014 Heritage. An NGC CAC coin sold for $8,225.00 12/2014. This coin deserves a premium because of the neat cameoed appearance.

Item - 10903
$1 1923 PCGS MS67
$ 6500.00
Can't beat this coin picture perfect looks and crazy SUPERB GEM qualities.

When ever we see really blast frosty white MS67 Peace Dollars, we buy them. This coin is beaming white all over. The surfaces are clean and satiny smooth. The luster will nearly blind you. No, this is NOT a dipped out coin. There is so much frost on it you can almost ski on the coin! Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and have thick frost. The eye appeal is absolutely sensational!

PCGS 57, NGC 97, CAC 21. The last PCGS CAC 23 Peace MS67 to sell in auction brought $7,637.50 08/2014 Heritage. Remember, the coin offered here is a SUPERB blazing white and frosted GEM!

Item - 10890
$ 900.00
No question this coin has sat somewhere totally undisturbed since the day it left the bank!

Ultra clean and smooth surfaces show ZERO imperfections of any size, or any where. A moderate luster (typical for the date) shows off pleasing original colors of mauve/gold/violet/pale purple that swirl all over. All of the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 80, NGC 101 CAC 29. The current Collectors Universe Value is $1,150.00 (research all the numbers, this coin should be a minimum of $1,500.00). We are in strong denial as to how ridiculously cheap these have become!


Item - 10910
$ 8950.00
Can you buy a higher graded Lincoln? YES! BUT, it will NOT have any where near the MS69++ colors like this coin has. Mother Nature really put on a show here!

There are a few teenie ticks that keep this coin from being an MS67+. They are minor and do not detract in any way. A full booming (nearly blinding luster) makes the colors really explode. Mother Nature got out her wildest color set and splashed this coin with multiple shades of original blue/pearl green/russet/violet/gold/amber all over. The reverse is probably the wildest colored one we have ever seen on ANY Lincoln! Of course Lincoln and all of the details are frosty and are sharply struck. The eye appeal is jaw dropping and is one you won't ever forget!

The value of this coin is in the color. Its like a wildly toned 80S MS65 Morgan (we just saw one sell for $14,100.00 in our auction last week). If you collect only really wild colored Commems, this Lincoln will stop you in your tracks! Plus, this colored GEM WILL be the star of your collection.

Item - 10904
$ 9500.00
This coin has so many WOW factors its insane! Its also ultra high end to the point where we have resubmitted it 2X seeking a+ or a crazy MS68 designation. We have been handling wildly toned commems for 35+ years. This coin in our opinion, DOES rank among the very finest! It looks like a decked out Christmas tree!

We cannot find a single reason why PCGS won't + it or grade it MS68. The surfaces are of mind boggling pristine quality. We looked hard with a strong glass and found NO problems of ANY size, ANY where. For an LI, this coin also has a remarkably strong luster. The color would make any modernistic painter jealous! The obverse has stunning original red (rarest color) pearl greens/gold/violet that form a circle and frame the peripheries. The reverse is entirely covered by the same iridescent colors. All of the details are extremely well struck and you do NOT see the typical softness on the faces. The eye appeal is incredible and one that you will NOT see repeated!

PCGS 59, NGC 76, CAC 40. This coins price was determined by the wild colors. Keep in mind, a similar coin brought $32,900.00 in a n MS67+ holder. Think of it as a monster colored bag toned Morgan-you know those do not trade cheap! Our price is VERY fair.

Item - 10902
$ 7500.00
WOW! What is swizzel? A super dazzling coin! No question this is a fresh and totally ORIGINAL SUPERB GEM!

Only one minute well HIDDEN line (we really can not tell if it is a die line or thin scratch) is all we could find that keeps this coin from a full perfection grade of MS68. The surfaces are remarkably clean and smooth. This coin does offer a really strong lowing luster. Both sides have original beautiful colors of plum/champagne/pale blue/pale olive that shimmer like neon sign (almost). All of the details are problem free and have exceptional strikes. The eye appeal is gorgeous!

PCGS 83, NGC 63, CAC 49. The coin that sold in the FUN Auction for $7,637.00 was close to this, but a touch less nicer. Do know the current Collectors Universe Value is $9,000.00 for these. This coin with all its color and quality should be right up there. This will be a great addition to ANY superb colored Commem set!

Item - 10891
G $1 1851C PCGS MS64
$ 12500.00
We learned long ago that the word "awesome" need to be used sparingly and only when deserved. Duh, this coin is more then worthy of being called awesome!

Immaculate surfaces are satiny and have a wonderful smooth texture. Even with a really strong glass it is still hard to find any impairments. The luster is strong. Both sides are a beautiful original gold. There are NO spots. Miss Liberty and the details are amazingly struck and do exhibit light frost. The eye appeal is really special!

PCGS 10, NGC 6, CAC 3. PCGS has graded only 9 coins higher. The last auction sale for one of these is back in 11/12 Heritage. That coin brought $10,575.00. The current Collectors Universe Value is $13,500.00. Opportunity knocks loud here!

Item - 10908
G $1 1886 PCGS MS67
$ 12500.00
At first glance we questioned whether this outstanding coin was a weak proof. It certainly is detailed and has that kind of look!

Immaculate surfaces are strongly mirrored. Only with a strong glass can you see a few light die polishing lines scattered about. The color is a totally original gold. There are two minor copper toning stains-which help prove the coins originality. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and have thick frost giving this coin a slightly cameoed look. The eye appeal is fabulous!

Only 5000 were ever minted. PCGS 4, NGC 15, CAC 5 (we believe this coin is represented 2x on CAC). There is one 67+ higher and that is it. We can not stress enough how rare and undervalued this coin is. In fact we have found NO accurate price guides for this date and grade. Keep in mind, the last PCGS MS67 1886-sold in auction for almost $9G-back in 2006! Even if your building a Type set, this is a great piece to include!

Gold:Half Eagles:Indian
Item - 10899
$5 1911D PCGS AU58
$ 4675.00
Hard to see any real wear with the naked eye. We normally do not buy coins like this, but it looked really good and the price was right.

The wear is super light and you really need a glass to see it. We've seen worse called MS61's. The surfaces are exceptionally clean and smooth. Both sides are an even deeper gold color. There are NO spots. All of the details are well struck. The eye appeal is very nice!

PCGS 118, NGC 518, CAC 43. The last auction record we could find was for one from FUN 2015 for $4,230.00-and we all know that was a very depressed sale! Prior to that they were selling for $4,700.00 to $5,000.00 in 2014 auctions. The current Collectors Universe Value is $5,900.00.


Item - 10898
$10 1862 PCGS AU53
$ 7500.00
We are pleased to have this "old friend" back. You can't ask for a more original coin from the Civil War era!

Only with a strong glass can you detect numerous teenie ticks. To the naked eye you see only a few. Do not think this coin is any horror story. There actually is original luster that beams from around the devices. The color is a light "dirty" deep gold. There are NO spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are all sharply struck. The eye appeal is very pleasing!

PCGS 11 NGC 18, CAC 4. This was the NGC coin that once sold for $8,812.50. Keep in mind, this is a very elusive date in all grades AU and higher. Opportunity knocks loud here!

Gold:Double Eagles:Saint-Gaudens
Item - 10892
$20 1924 PCGS MS66
$ 3750.00
We wish we could clone this coin! ALL Saints should look this good!

Super surfaces are exceedingly clean and smooth. A full booming luster shows of beautiful light two tone original gold/deeper yellow gold/pale orange. There are NO discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is super!

PCGS 8402, NGC 4887, CAC 559. The current WHOLESALE sightUNSEEN BID is $3,450.00-and there are NONE to be found! If you love Saints and or gold, this is a great coin to buy!



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