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Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10782
$1 LAFAYETTE PCGS MS67
A MASTERPIECE!
$ 87500.00
A Lafayette that is as good as they come! We do consider this coin to be a real MS67!

Outstanding surfaces are satiny smooth and are super clean. Even when using a strong glass you won't even see microscopic imperfections. A full booming luster really brings out the pizzazz of the original colors. Both sides are a heart pounding mix of lime/aquamarine/blue/pale magenta that open into creamy white/burnt orange centers. Washington and the details are lightly frosted and do have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 3, NGC 9, CAC 1. Hard to believe this is the ONLY CAC beaned MS67. There are two graded MS67+. No CAC pieces have been sold at auction prior to this coin. The current Collectors Universe Value is $85,000.00. Back in 2005 we bought and sold one for $80,000.00! Finding an MS67 Lafayette is extremely rare. Its been 6 years since ANY have even appeared in auction. If you love SUPERB GEM Commems or are serious about building one of the FINEST sets, then this coin is a must own and will be the super star of your collection!

Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10503
25C 1893 ISABELLA QUARTER PCGS MS66
A HEADLIGHT!
$ 4975.00
We saw this wonderful coin from a a few feet away! We have had trouble putting it away since we bought it.

An intense booming headlight luster highlights the surfaces. Just a few thin teenie ticks can be seen. If they didn't exist, this coin would be a $15,000.00+ MS67! A heart pounding ring of original golden brown/pale blue frames the peripheries only.Every detail is needle sharp in strike and stands out with light frosting. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 196, NGC 146, CAC 74. The last one that sold in auction brought $4,406.00 02/2014 Heritage. Even if you are super critical when it comes to eye appeal-this coin WILL please you! NOTE: this is NOT the piece we have had posted recently-we sold that at the show and found this killer!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10832
50C 1923 MONROE PCGS MS65+
HIGH END AND COLORFUL!
$ 1875.00
Monroes can be very challenging to get just the "right" look. Tor us, this coin looks great!

One thing that is quite impressive: this coins full booming luster. It shows off the semi satiny surfaces that are surprisingly clean. Both sides are sprinkled with slightly speckled colors of golden brown/reddish gold/pale violet/blue. All of the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is beautiful!

PCGS 454, NGC 382, CAC 85. PCGS has graded only 16 pieces MS65+. The last PCGS CAC piece that sold in auction brought $2,530.00 04/2012 heritage. hard to believe its been nearly 3 years since one appeared at auction!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10867
50C 1926 OREGON PCGS MS67+
A SUPERB PLUS!
$ 3875.00
We think if the totally ORIGINAL colors had been slightly brighter, PCGS would have designated this coin a MS68.

Technically this coin is all there with perfect surfaces. An unusually strong luster enhances the cleanliness and the totally ORIGINAL colors. Moderate shades of pretty golden brown/pale green/olive/faded purple/warm gold all freely swirl on both sides. You can clearly see the original cardboard ring pattern of the reverse. All of the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is superb!

PCGS 79, NGC 60, CAC 35. PCGS has graded only 7 coins MS67+. So far, we have only seen one with any real color close to this piece! The last one to sell in a major auction brought $2,875.00 04/2012 Heritage. PCGS has graded only 2 in MS68-good luck finding one (we assume one would cost $20,000.00+ if it were CAC).

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10890
50C 1928 OREGON PCGS MS67
BEAUTIFUL ORIGINAL TONING!
$ 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!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10864
50C 1933D OREGON PCGS MS67+
THE REAL DEAL!
$ 2250.00
Ever since we started being dealers (40 years ago) this date has always been our Favorite in MS67. We never really saw many-at least ones we liked. Its much scarcer then most people realize-and to find a really pretty one (with a + too)-super tough!

We went over this coin several times with a strong glass. We are pleased to report is has ZERO imperfections of ANY size, ANY where. The surfaces have that light satiny texture. A strong luster shows off the original light pewter colors that mix with reddish gold rim toning. All of the details are well struck. The eye appeal is really good looking!

ONLY 5008 were ever minted. PCGS 99, NGC 49, CAC 31. PCGS has graded only 7 coins in MS67+ with just 2 coins finer. An MS67+ PCGS CAC piece did sell in auction for $2,056.00 04/2014 Heritage. We think this date and grade is cheap!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!


Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10783
50C BAY BRIDGE PCGS MS67+
AWESOME EVERYTHING!
$ 3750.00
We rarely ever see these with this much true color!

The technical quality is all these and then some. The surfaces are clearly visible and you can't find any imperfections. A moderate luster shows off swirling original colors of reddish gold/deep golden brown/olive/pewter that cover the obverse. The reverse is a mix of silver and reddish gold by the rims. All of the details are needle sharp in strike. The eye appeal is what you'd expect for an MS67+ super!

PCGS 154, NGC 91, CAC 57. PCGS has graded only 12 in MS67+. The last one that sold in auction brought $3,819.00 02/1204 heritage. Seems kinda cheap since we know we never ever see them!

WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!

Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10931
50C CLEVELAND PCGS MS67
A MOTHER NATURE MASTERPIECE!
$ 6975.00
ON HOLD
If you buy only WILD colored Commems, the this coin should be owned by you! Recently we sold an MS67+ that was gorgeous-but this coin has nicer colors. Mother Nature really worked overtime here!

First, the technical qualities are of VERY high end stature. We can't guess why its not an MS67+. Even using a strong glass we really can not find any imperfections. A full booming luster makes the colors explode all over. Splashes of totally original reds/greens/golds/purple colors sparkle and swirl wildly. All of the details are well struck. The eye appeal of this coin will make your jaw drop and lock while your eyeballs fallout and roll around!

The value of this coin are the killer colors Mother nature blessed on it. Like a toned Morgan, the wilder the colors the more value.

We rarely see Clevelands like this or the MS67+ we recently sold. And we have been looking for wildly colored Commems for over 35 years.


Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10785
50C HAWAIIAN PCGS MS66+
A SERIOUSLY DAZZLING PIECE!
$ 16750.00
Superb! Not your typical dull greenish hoard coin for sure. This piece has very pretty colors!

First, the technical grade of this GEM is all there. The surfaces are exceptionally clean and sleek. Only with a strong glass can a few faint ticks be found. A surprising FULL booming luster beams from all over. Unlike 99% of HI's you will see, this coin has real original colors-not the typical sea green hoard colors. A spectacular rainbow ring of violet/blue/green/gold frames the rims only (more on the reverse then the obverse). The centers are a beautiful light lilac/gold color. All of the details are sharply struck and so do stand out. The eye appeal is stunning!

PCGS 87, NGC 76, CAC 24 (w/none beaned higher). PCGS has graded 10 in MS66+. The last one to sell in auction brought $19,380.00 01/2014 Heritage. You could offer us $25,000.00 and give us 2 years, and we highly doubt we'd ever be able to find a HI comparable to this!

Commemorative:Silver
Item - 10786
50C HUGENOT PCGS MS67+
REMARKABLE!
$ 10000.00
Now this is something you rarely ever see-a high grade AND colored Huguenot!

No question this piece is more then worthy of its lofty designation. The surfaces are ultra clean and satiny. A full booming and unbroken headlight type luster beams from all over. Both sides are graced by an original huge crescent of deeper reddish gold/golden brown/green/navy color that open into undipped silvery centers. Every detail is razor sharp in strike. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 49, NGC 49, CAC 16. PCGS has graded only 8 in MS67. We see no early auction records for any ever selling. We paid strong for this because its unlike any other Huguenot we have seen in years!

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