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Gold has had a rocky start to the year. However, the demand for better gold coins and today, even generic gold coins has sky rocketed. Collectors and investors apparently feel gold has hit a near bottom level. 

We can not locate hardly ANY PCGS MS66 W/M Saints at todays prices. And with items like $5 Lib in MS64 selling for around $800.00, those are long gone off the market. Pick your areas carefully, sure seems like the smart gold bug can make some money down the road! 

If you have any questions, please contact us. We've navigated the gold market since the late 1970's! 

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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Gold:Quarter Eagles:Liberty
Item - 11269
$2.5 1856 PCGS MS65
$ 6950.00
WOW! This is a 159 year old GEM that's looks nearly as good as the day it left the bank! How in the world did it survive so nice after all these years?

A full booming luster greets you from far away. This is NOT a dipped out or messed with coin. The surfaces are clean overall. Only when using a strong glass can you detect a few frost breaks and a tick or two. Both sides are a beautiful original yellow gold color. There are no spots. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 6, NGC 7, CAC 3. Prior to this coin selling recently, a PCGS NON CAC piece sold for $7,475.00-2009. Having none sell for 6 years in auction is a forever time and proves how rare they are! Opportunity knocks loud here!

Item - 10703
$10 1914 PCGS MS66
$ 31500.00
Superb in every respect! No question this coin was carefully stored and never touched since the day it left the bank!

Superb satiny surfaces have virtually ZERO imperfections of any kind, any where. Even frost breaks are MIA. A strong luster shows off heart pounding and totally original light two tone shades of yellow gold/pinkish gold colors. There are NO spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and stand out. The eye appeal is quite powerful!

PCGS 9, NGC 7, CAC 5 (this coin is 2x). The last one of these to sell in a major auction brought $32,200.00 01/2012 Heritage. Three years to us qualifies as eternity-and the fact the coin is a no question rarity in this date and grade! Opportunity knocks loud here for the picky $10 Indian or Gold Type collector.

Gold:Double Eagles:Saint-Gaudens
Item - 11049
$20 1911 PCGS MS65+
$ 26750.00
We could imagine this coin one day in an MS66 holder. It is sure close!

Superb surfaces are sating smooth and are remarkably clean. Even using a strong glass and really hunting will lead you to no real marks. A decent luster shows off even deeper gold color. There are no spots or stains. Miss Liberty and the details are well struck and have light frost. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 42, NGC 46, CAC 13. PCGS has only graded 2 coins in MS65+ and 11 higher. No MS65+ has ever sold at auction. A PCGS CAC MS66 did sell for $42,300.00 01/2013 Stacks. Opportunity knocks loud here!


Gold:Three Dollar
Item - 11126
$3 1868 PCGS AU58
$ 3350.00
We can't imagine a better AU58. There is little to no wear anywhere!

Lightly prooflike surfaces are have some light and scattered contact ticks and lines. nothing stands out or detracts. Both sides have and original two tone mix of orange/deep yellow gold. There are no spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fabulous!

ONLY 4850 were minted. PCGS 36, NGC 123, CAC 8. The last record we found for one selling in auction was $3,525.00 08/2014. We think these are such cool coins!


Item - 11127
$10 1912 PCGS MS65+
$ 17500.00
We easily rank this coin as a "headlight" and classify it as being VERY high end as well!

You can easily see this coin full booming luster from across the room. When you inspect the surfaces are delighted to see only a few tiny and widely scattered hidden ticks. Its a myth that $10 Indians come clean. Both sides are an original beaming deep yellow gold with a splash of pale pink. There are NO spots. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do stand out. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 30, NGC 58, CAC 15. This is the only MS65+ graded. PCGS actually has graded 10 in MS66-and if you found a PCGS CAC piece it would cost you close to $30,000.00! The last PCGS MS65 CAC to sell in auction brought $15,275.00.

Gold:Half Eagles:Indian
Item - 11195
$5 1913S PCGS MS64
$ 42500.00
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. It is extremely HIGH END!

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 - 11259
$10 1868 PCGS AU55
$ 3950.00
Very difficult date and grade to find. The overall quality is quite pleasing!

As you would expect, there are scattered tiny ticks on the surfaces. None are big or distract. There are traces of light semi-prooflike mirrors that are enlivened by a mild luster. Both sides are an even deeper yellow gold color with highlights of light copper color. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally well struck. The eye appeal is pleasing!

PCGS 14, NGC 22, CAC 4. The last PCGS CAC coin to sell in auction brought $4,025.00 back in 2012-thats a long time now!


Item - 11274
G $1 1886 PCGS MS67
$ 7250.00
Everything about this coin is spectacular! And it is priced at NO real premium.

Bold semi-prooflike surfaces are clean and smooth. They do offer strong flash. You can clearly see some light die clashing. There are no spots or problems. Both sides have a jaw dropping mix of original gold/lemon gold colors. Miss Liberty and every detail is needle sharp n strike-including the recut 6 in the date. We were dazzled by this GEM from a table away. The eye appeal is that stunning!

ONLY 5000 were minted. PCGS 5, NGC 15, CAC 6. According to our records, the last one of these to sell in auction brought $8,625.00 in 11/2006 (non CAC of course). The current Collectors Universe is $9,000.00. We bought this coins really right and will pass the deal on to you. This is a great coin just to "put away"

Gold:Three Dollar
Item - 11291
$3 1867 PCGS MS63
$ 15750.00
This coin is clearly a borderline MS64! PCGS was tough on it.

Superior surfaces are clean and sleek. You can see die polishing lines (Mint made and do NOT detract) all over. There clearly are traces of semi-prooflike mirrors. A full booming luster shows off the moderate original gold color. There are no spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fantastic!

ONLY 2600 were ever minted. PCGS 3, NGC 1, CAC 1. PCGS has graded only 5 coins higher (including a MONSTER MS68)! According to our records, until this coin surfaced, NO PCGS MS63's had been sold at auction since 2010 (and that was a NON CAC piece which brought $11,500.00). We strongly feel ALL pricing guides are totally out of whack on the rarer $3 pieces like this. The reason is simple: they make so few appearances. This coin will be a tremendous addition to any choice set of $3!

Item - 11304
$10 1914S PCGS MS64
$ 16950.00
Now here is a date and grade you seldom see offered. This is unquestionably a VERY pleasing coin!

Super surfaces are slightly satiny and smooth. The surfaces are also pretty clean overall. You need a strong glass to see any scuffs which are only HIDDEN and are light on the face. This is NOT a typical hacked up coin. Both sides are a totally ORIGINAL gold color. There are NO copper spots or stains. Miss Liberty and the details are very well struck. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 61, NGC 29, CAC 11 (with NONE beaned higher)! The last coin to sell in auction was back in 09/2013. If you want a ratty one-you can spend $11,000.00 and easily find one. If you seek real quality, then this is a seldom seen opportunity!


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