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Half Cents
Item - 11856
H.01 1809 PCGS MS65BN
$ 6250.00
Love this totally original GEM Half Cent. The quality is so high end, we did resubmit it for a +. Obviously, no +.

The surfaces are immaculate and are velvety smooth. There actually is a trace of genuine luster around the devices. The fields are slightly glossy-we do not think this coin was camel brushed or messed with. Both sides are an even slightly deeper chocolate color. There are a few pinpoint stains that you really need a glass to see. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck and have gentle frost. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 4, NGC 5, CAC 3. PCGS has graded only ONE higher. Before we bought it, this coin sold for $7,637.00 08/2014 Heritage. This is not a date or grade you encounter much at all in MS63 or higher. In fact prior to 2014, NONE were sold at auction since early 2010! This piece will be a wonderful addition to GEM Type or Half Cent set.

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!

Item - 11874
$ 33500.00
Its no secret one of Legends favorite coins is earlier Large Cents. If we could keep most of the coins we sell-this one would not be posted here! This coin is a tremendous example for an 1812. It is not only SUPER HIGH END, it is one of the few chances you'll ever see the date offered!

Outrageously clean surfaces have no abnormalities-especially in the planchet. A teenie OLD tick is hidden in the field. A bright 'gloss" beams from both sides. The color is an ORIGINAL deeper brown-but NOT dark. You can actually see some faint hints of Mint Red on the reverse. This coin definitely has NOT been messed within any way. Miss Liberty and the details are incredibly struck and of course stand out. The eye appeal is just stunning!

PCGS 8, NGC 0, CAC 1. PCGS has only graded a 65+66 higher. You think this is solid proof as to the rarity of this coin: the last one sold in auction was back in 2006 (for $20,125.00) before this exact coin sold in 01/2014 for $35,250.00. This coin will make a great addition to ANY Large Cent or Type Collection. It also maybe one of the few opportunities you ever will have to buy a GEM Classic Head PCGS CAC!

Item - 11875
$ 45000.00
How in the world did this killer piece survive so fresh and near total perfection for its 201 years of existence? Every thing about this coins quality is ridiculously amazing. We rank the coin as being ULTRA high end! !

Absolutely flawless surfaces are all over. You don't need a strong glass to find anything-as there really are NO impairments. A light gloss/luster is evenly spread all over. There is NO question this coin 100% original (and not brushed or chemically enhanced). The color is a rich but NOT dark chocolate brown. Now, with a strong glass if you looked really hard you could see tiny things of red. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp needle sharp strikes. The eye appeal is like the quality-sensational!

PCGS 4, NGC 1, CAC 2. After 30 years of operations, there re NONE graded higher. The only record of one selling in auction we could find was for $55,813.00 07/2105 (not this coin). We have seen one of the other 1814's (a NON CAC) and can tell you this coin is way better. Adding this coin to any collection would uplifting and make the set special . Opportunity could not knock any louder!

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!

Item - 11853
$ 6250.00
Does this coin ever have vivid contrast-WOW! ANY date in the 1870's-or even 80's is super rare camoed!

Super deep mirrors beam boldly from all over. They do expose a lint mark, but are clean overall. They also have great clarity and reflectivity. There is some faint light toning splashed about. The color is definitely stable. Miss Liberty and the details are pinpoint sharp in strike and have thick bright frost. The eye appeal is bold!

PCGS 2, NGC 0, CAC 1 . PCGS has graded one higher (and its CAC too). Prior to the recent FUN Sale, this coin last sold for $7,343.00 01/2013 (in a very weak auction). Opportunity knocks loud here!

Item - 11883
1C 1881 PCGS PR66RB
$ 2000.00
This coin really explodes with stunning color and superior quality!

Super deep mirrors beaming boldly from all over. They are clean. You need a glass to see a few microscopic Mint made die lines. The clarity and reflectivity of the mirrors is off the charts. Both sides are bathed in a totally original vivid RED/gold/pale violet bath of colors. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do have frost. The eye appeal is jaw dropping!

PCGS 29, NGC 39, CAC 3. The last pretty one sold in auction brought only $1,470.00 06/2015. This coin blows it away by miles! When you first see it WOW will be stuck in mind! Hard to believe, this coin was one of our favorite purchases from FUN.


Item - 11855
$ 1750.00
We think the only reason why this coin did not PR66+RB, there is a little light streaky toning (no, the color is not turning) on the reverse. The quality is high end for sure.

The mirrors are super deep an have remarkable clarity. Both sides are about 80% GEM Mint Red with highlights of original gold/pale green colors. There are NO spots. Every detail is needle sharp in strike and has generous frost. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 39, NGC 7, CAC 6. This is a much rarer date then the pops indicate. Prior to this coin selling, the last one sold at auction brought $1,762.50 11/2014. Regardless, this coin is worth a lot because of its impeccable quality and grand eye appeal!


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