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"We predict the balance of 2014 will be rocky at best for the price of gold. However BETTER gold will contnue to be strong as its a pure supply/demand issue." 

The sentence above is how we felt gold would perform from mid 2014 until the end. Sadly, we were right. Looks like it will be a bumpy repeat of 2013. Seems the stock market gained traction (although we can't imagine a correction not happening given the record levels), commodities fell out of favor at the end of 2013 and shhh-inflation was quiet.

Fast forward to the middle of  2014, looks like gold wants to make a rebound. There are whispers of inflation coming back and hard assests are enjoying strong gains in value and attention. Things are changing.

We think gold will make a strong move the second half of 2014. The premiums on generic gold coins are virtually non existant. Rarer gold-is exactly that-RARE. No one can find much in PR gold or Early Gold. Demand is not yet any where near crazy, so you can still buy with some confidence and get good deals (on the better coins). As we like to say "Opportunity knocks" here!

CAC gold-especially better coins in GEM simply do NOT exist. We think the market has clearly proven it not only accepts CAC but that the premium prices for CAC coins are NOT any fad and are only growing larger. The demand is that real. Even if you believe you can do your own grading-a CAC beaned coin will assure you the coin has not been messed with-that is critical.

If you want to buy better gold but are not sure where to start: build a Type set.


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Item - 10257
G $1 1866 PCGS MS68
$ 35000.00
What an unbelievable coin! How it has manged to survive in nearly perfect condition for its 148 year existence is something we marvel over!

Save for some Mint made die clashing, the surfaces of this coin are flawless. We are just amazed at how the surfaces have survived in such a lofty state of preservation. Only under a strong glass can you see the clash marks. A full booming luster along with boldly semi-prooflike surfaces show off the even original two tone gold color vividly. There are NO spots or stains. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck and have thick frost. The eye appeal is sensational!

PCGS 3, NGC 3, CAC 4. Prior to this coin, NO similar coins have been in auction for many years (non were beaned). You will never see quality and rarity combined like this and offered in any frequency.

Item - 10374
G $1 1877 PCGS MS68
$ 24000.00
Save for some minor roughness on the planchet, this wonder coin pretty much is "as minted". it is still housed in its green tag holder.

Boldly prooflike surfaces are also exploding with a mega watt booming luster. You can see some light striations and minor planchet roughness-but NO post Mint imperfections. The color is a totally original electric yellow with faint hints of reddish gold. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and have remarkable needle sharp strikes. The eye appeal is phenomenal!

ONLY 3900 were ever minted. PCGS 3, NGC 8, CAC 4. Prior to this coin appearing, the last time a 1877 PCGS MS68 was sold at auction-was back in 2005! by NO stretch is this anything but a VERY rare date!

This will be a great coin in any GEM Type or G $1 set!

Gold:Quarter Eagles:Liberty
Item - 10534
$2.5 1906 PCGS MS66
$ 1850.00
Now is definitely the time to buy gold! This is a great coin. The surfaces are super clean and smooth. A full booming luster shows off pretty original yellow gold colors. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have extra sharp strikes. The eye appeal is super!


Gold:Quarter Eagles:Indian
Item - 10548
$2.5 1909 PCGS MS65
$ 5750.00
Love this GEM original piece!

The surfaces are remarkably original. The cleanliness is phenomenal. Both sides have superb totally original colors of orange/deep gold colors. There are no spots or discolorations. All of the details are are frosty and have crisp strikes. The eye appeal is beautiful!

PCGS 206, NGC 208, CAC 34. The last one sold in auction for $5,287.0 01/2014 Heriatge. Opportuntiy knocks loud here!

Gold:Quarter Eagles:Indian
Item - 10444
$2.5 1910 PCGS MS65
$ 4750.00
These can be so annoying to grade sometimes. it is refreshing when a stone bold GEM like this appears. There is no question this coin is a true MS65!

We used a strong glass to survey the surfaces. There are NO problems of ANY size, ANY where. A decent luster shows off soft and totally original two tone orange/deep gold colors. There are NO spots or discolorations. All of the details are frosty and are sharply struck. The eye appeal is very pleasing!

PCGS 104, NGC 177, CAC 25. The last PCGS CAC piece that sold in auction brought $6,462.00 09/2013 Heritage. With gold a little off, not is a great time to buy a difficult to find coin like this.


Gold:Quarter Eagles:Indian
Item - 9676
$2.5 1914 PCGS MS65
$ 37500.00
Typical for the series, finding this date (like any) is extremely difficult. So many have been over graded or messed with. We could not buy this coin fast enough when we saw it!

Overall, the surfaces are clean. There are a few very light and scattered die lines you can only see with a glass. An extra strong luster beams the beautiful and fully ORIGINAL orange gold color all over. There are NO spots or discolorations. All of the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 51, NGC 46, CAC 8 (w/none HIGHER). The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $32,900.00 12/2013 Heritage. Prior to that one brought $48,875.00 01/2012 Heritage-thats TWO years ago! If you are building a GEM set, this is coin will be an outstanding citizen!

Gold:Half Eagles:Classic
Item - 10485
$5 1838 PCGS AU58
$ 4750.00
Gee whiz these coins are so hard to find nice and or unmessed with. This coin was an easy buy for us!

Only with a strong glass can you see some abrasions and light ticks. To the naked eye it looks clean. A strong hint of luster shows of lightly toned (semi-dirty) surfaces. The color is a deep original orange gold. Miss Liberty and the details are well struck. There is no discoloration or really visible wear. The eye appeal is very pleasing!

PCGS 29, NGC 127, CAC 15. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $4,406.00 back in 12/2013 Heritage. These are not easy to find at all!


Gold:Half Eagles:Indian
Item - 10207
$5 1910S PCGS MS64
$ 45000.00
Very choice. Impossible to find (even the $1 Simpson set has only an MS63+-he now wants a 65+)! Sadly, too many of these have been messed with or are just low end for the grade. To find a near full GEM like this is extremely rare.

Superb surfaces are extremely clean and semi-satiny. Only with a strong glass can you find a teenie tick or two. A moderate luster shows off gorgeous and totally ORIGINAL colors of deep gold/pale orange gold/pinkish gold. There are NO spots or discolorations on the high points. The Indian and all of the details are lightly frosted and have exceptional strikes. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 20, NGC 19, CAC 7. PCGS has graded 5 coins higher-while CAC has NONE! The last one to sell in major auction brought $48,875.00 01/2012 heritage. No MS65's have been around since 2005! We can not stress enough the great rarity of this date and ALL the $5 S Mints in MS64 and higher!

Gold:Half Eagles:Indian
Item - 10399
$5 1913S PCGS MS64
$ 45000.00
Any one who tries to complete a $5 Indian set in MS64 and higher-is our hero! These coins are impossible to find nice. When we saw this coin, our checkbook was out within seconds!

First, this coin looks like a 13P, more so then a 13S. The surfaces are smooth and are remarkably clean. In fact its very unusual for the reverse to be so clean. A decent luster helps show off the totally original deeper gold colors. Even with a strong glass, there are no spots. There actually is an even deeper ring of color framing the rims. All of the details are sharply struck and do have light frost. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 16, NGC 9, CAC 5. VERY critical pops: PCGS has graded only ONE in MS65 and ONE in MS 66 and that's it. We suspect the pop of 16 is inflated. Prior to this coin selling, a PCGS NON CAC sold for $35,250.00 08/2013 Stacks, then you have to go back to 2012 to find one that sold. These are NOT any where as common as the pops may seem. We can't stress enough that if you are building a choice/GEM set of $5 Indians, not only does this coin belong, but its one heck of an opportunity!

Item - 9704
$10 1887S PCGS MS64
$ 9750.00
After helping to build the all time finest EVER MS Set of $10's-the Simpson Collection we learned an awful lot as to how rare these coins are and how many don't come-nice! So when we see nicer pieces like this, we always try to buy them!

We rank this coin at MS64.6. It does have a few teenie ticks/and small cuts-which you really can only see with a glass, but NONE are distracting. The surfaces are boldly lustrous. Both sides have an ORIGINAL orange gold color. We grade the reverse full MS64+. There are NO spots. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have exceptional strikes. The eye appeal really is quite pleasing.

PCGS 3, NGC 9, CAC 1. PCGS has graded NONE higher, while NGC has one MS65. We could find no earlier auction records for any MS64 CAC ever selling. On Jan 13 a NON CAC sold for $7,050.00 Heritage. The pops are powerful proof as to how this date does NOT come-NICE!

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