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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 - 9794
G$1 1854S PCGS MS64
$ 14750.00
One look and we knew we had to own it. The quality unquestionably is VERY high end!

Only with a strong glass can you see a few light and scattered lines. There are NO marks or other problems of ANY size, ANY where. A bold luster shows off the totally ORIGINAL deeper yellow gold color. We'll never understand how they do this but the struck is needle sharp with all details boldly standing out. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 7, NGC 7, CAC 3. PCGS has graded only ONE coin higher. The last 1854S to sell in auction was a PCGS NON CAC which brought $10,925.00 03/2009 Heritage (remember, that's FIVE years ago now)! We can stress the importance of this offering to any S Mint or serious gold dollar collector.

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:Quarter Eagles:Indian
Item - 10155
$2.5 1929 PCGS MS65
$ 6250.00
A fantastic GEM!

Both sides are exceedingly clean and smooth. Even if you use a strong glass you will not find any problems. A strong unbroken luster shows off totally ORIGINAL moderate gold colors. There are NO spots or stains. All of the details are crisply struck and have light frost. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 132, NGC 228, CAC 8. These are exceedingly impossible to locate w/the CAC bean. The last one to sell brought $6,462.00 01/2014 Heritage. This coin last for $6,325.00 06/2010 Heritage. Opportunity knocks loud here if you are building a quality $2.5 GEM Indian set!

Gold:Half Eagles:Liberty
Item - 10144
$5 1877 PCGS AU55
$ 9500.00
This is a very nice example of an EXTREMELY rare date!

It reminds us of a 1901S more than a 1877. The surfaces do have very minor ticks and giggles-which you need a glass to see. To the naked eye the coin does look clean. There are faint traces of semi-prooflike mirrors. Both sides do have a very good luster. The color is an even and totally ORIGINAL deeper gold. There are NO spots or discolorations on the high points. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and standout with exceptional strikes. The eye appeal is great!

ONLY 1132 were minted for circulation. PCGS 7, NGC 3, CAC 1. The last auction record we could find for a PCGS AU 55 (NOT CAC of course) was from 2000! Back then the coin sold for $3,819.00 B+M. Any gold specialist will know how extremely rare this date is. After 25+ years of operations, PCGS has possibly only graded 12 coins higher. Most of the higher graded coins have not been publicly offered for 5+ years-or more! NO published prices are correct given how infrequently these have traded. Opportunity knocks so loud it hurts!

Gold:Half Eagles:Liberty
Item - 9988
$5 1902S PCGS MS67
$ 26500.00
Finding any thing non 1901S in MS67 is difficult. This coin is well worthy of its lofty designation!

Superb surfaces are satiny smooth and are super clean. Even using a strong glass you will find NO impairments of any size, anywhere. A full booming luster shows off even ORIGINAL yellow gold colored surfaces. There are NO spots. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is amazing!

PCGS 5, NGC 8, CAC 4. This coin sold for $23,500.00 01/2014 Heritage. We did sell a different coin earlier this year. You will NOT be disappointed!

Gold:Half Eagles:Indian
Item - 10121
$5 1911S PCGS MS63+
$ 6250.00
This is clearly a VERY high end piece. Hard to say why its not a MS64.

Impressive surfaces are extraordinarily clean. Only with a strong glass can you find a few microscopic ticks scattered about. Lines are held to a minimum as well. The surfaces do appear satiny. A full booming luster shows off beautiful and totally ORIGINAL colors of pale orange gold/deeper yellow gold. There are NO spots. All of the details are frosty and are well struck. The eye appeal is terrific!

PCGS 238, NGC 79, CAC 36. PCGS has graded only 6 coins MS63+. We bought this coin from a major "crackout" dealer who paid $8,000.00 for it thinking it was alock MS64. Not happening! The last one of these to sell in auction brought $5,463.00 back in 09/2010 Heritage. This coin will be a great addition to any choice set!

Item - 10165
$10 1849 PCGS MS62
$ 9750.00
No question this is a very choice and good looking piece!

Overall, the surfaces do appear clean. Only with a strong glass can you find the teeniest of ticks and giggles scattered about. A light to moderate luster is visible. Both sides have a superb totally ORIGINAL gold color that is highlighted by light gold (NOT dirty) toning. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is really nice!

PCGS 12, NGC 11, CAC 3. Get this: the last one to sell in a major auction (prior to this coin) according to our records, was back in 2006 B+M. In MS63, one hasn't sold since 2000! WOW! The current Collectors Universe Value is $9,250.00. Opportunity knocks loud here for any No Motto $10 Liberty Collector!

Item - 10109
$10 1862 PCGS AU58
$ 31500.00
TIED FOR FINEST GRADED! That says an awful lot about how these do NOT come. 25+ years of operations at PCGS and there are possibly only 6 graded-with NONE higher? WOW-that's not a lot at all.

Nearly full MS surfaces are not hacked up or show any harmful to the grade issues. Only with a strong glass can you detect minor ticks scattered about. To the naked eye they surfaces look smooth and clean. There definitely is a strong luster that illuminates the totally ORIGINAL pale orange gold colors. There is NO real wear or discolorations visible on the high points. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck. Again, no visible wear is on them. The eye appeal is fabulous-especially for an AU58!

PCGS 6, NGC 10, CAC 2. This coin last sold in auction for $28,200.00 03/2014 Heritage. We have always liked it, so when the time arose that it was for sale, we bought it. We regretted not buying it out of the auction. The other PCGS AU58 CAC has never been to auction. We can not stress enough how extremely rare Civil War $10 Libs like this are.

Item - 10145
$10 1869S PCGS AU50
$ 9500.00
VERY HIGH END quality. We think the coin should have been designated an AU53. But then its PCGS call, not ours!

Impressive surfaces have only light ticks and giggles. You can clearly see light semi-prooflike mirrors and a strong luster. There are NO spots or discolorations. This coin clearly has NEVER been messed with. Both sides are a totally ORIGINAL deeper gold. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is really great!

ONLY 6432 were minted. PCGS 10, NGC 4, CAC 4. NO PCGS CAC piece has ever sold at auction. An NGC piece did sell for $8,225.00 04/2014 Heritage. PCGS in 25+ years of operations may have graded only 11 coins higher-while CAC has only beaned one finer. This coin will be a great addition to ANY GEM AU $10 set!

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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