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"We predict the balance of 2013 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 sentense above is how we felt gold would perform from mid 2013 until the end. Sadly, we were right. Spot Gold prices as of January 31st were off 25.8% according the KITCO web numbers. Seems the stock market gained traction, commodities fell out of favor at the end of 2013 and shhh-inflation was quiet.

Fast forward to to 2014, looks like gold wants to make a rebound. There are whispers of inflation coming back, at the end of January, the stock market was having a major correction. Things are changing.

We think gold will make a strong come back in early 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!

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


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Gold:Double Eagles:Saint-Gaudens
Item - 9706
$20 1914S PCGS MS66
$ 9750.00
Quality like this is NOT readily available. We recently bought this coin back from a collector we sold it too. You will NOT be disappointed!

Highlighting both sides is a huge blast of luster. The luster shows off beautiful super clean and semi-satiny surfaces. A nice and totally ORIGINAL yellow gold color is even all over. There are NO spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have exceptional strikes. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 106, NGC 150, CAC 15. The last one to sell in major auction brought $9,693.00 03/2013 Heritage. Opportunity knocks loud here!

Item - 9827
$10 1911 PCGS MS66+
$ 22500.00
We have handled several of the MS67's and can tell you this coin sure is close. You'll save huge $$ buying this vs a MS67 with maybe one less hidden line!

Superb best describes this coins overall quality. The surfaces are super clean and are satiny smooth. Only with a really strong glass can you find a hint of a partial thin line or two-and we mean it when we say you really have to look hard. A full booming luster shows off beautiful totally ORIGINAL yellow gold color. There are NO spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is gorgeous!

PCGS 21, NGC 47, CAC 17. This is the ONLY PCGS MA66+ graded. A regular MS66 last sold in auction for $16,450.00 08/2013 heritage. The last MS67 sold was a PCGS NON CAC which brought $46,000.00 09/09 Heritage. We can not stress enough what a great opportunity this coin offers to any serious $10 Indian or Gold Type collector.

Gold:Quarter Eagles:Indian
Item - 9939
$2.5 1926 PCGS MS64
$ 985.00
This coin was handpicked for its solid MS64 status. A few stray lines and a teenie tick or two can only be seen with a strong glass. A strong luster shows off ORIGINAL gold color. There are NO spots. All of the details are frosty and are well struck. The eye appeal is nice!

All we can say is: can these be any cheaper too (we thought the $2.5 Libs were a steal)?


Item - 9478
$10 1914S PCGS MS64
$ 19000.00
Having built the ALL TIME FINEST EVER MS $10 Indian set and done two others in GEM, we know how these dates come. This coin clearly is way above average!

Typically, we see these dull and crusty (dirty) with lots of lines/hits (ticks and giggles). This coin is quite the opposite. Overall, the surfaces are clean and smooth. Even with a strong glass all you'll find a few scattered stray lines. A surprising full booming shows off beautiful totally original yellow gold colors. All of the details are sharply struck and do stand out. The eye appeal is boldly excellent!

PCGS 63, NGC 29, CAC 8 (NO higher beans). The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in a major auction brought $18,400.00 10/2010 heritage. Need any more proof as to how difficult these are to find? The pop reports do NOT tell the truth about this date in MS64 and higher!

Item - 9501
$10 1910D PCGS MS66+
$ 27500.00
This coin is as great as great gets! We think its one Mint made mark from MS67. Having assembled the all time MS $10 Indian set and the runner up (not on any registry-yet) we know how these should come. We assure you, this coin is really exceptional!

Incredibly clean and smooth surfaces are all over. There is a teenie colors planchet issue on the left obverse field. Otherwise this coin borders perfection! A strong luster also shows off totally ORIGINAL bold yellow gold color. Miss Liberty and the details are lightly frosted and have full strikes. The eye appeal is jaw dropping!

PCGS 34, NGC 47, CAC 14. PCGS has graded 6 coins MS66+. Back in 03/2013 a PCGS/CAC coin sold for $21,150.00 Stacks. A regular NON + MS66 CAC actually sold for $25,850.00 07/2013 Heritage. The lone PCGS MS67 CAC piece sold for $86,250.00 back in 08/2010. Our point to all these numbers-this awesome coin offered here is certainly within reason!

Item - 9655
$10 1913 PCGS MS65
$ 11250.00
Finding TRUE GEM $10 Indians is nearly impossible. So many have been messed with in so many ways. We always try to buy nice fresh pieces like this when we see them!

Super satiny and smooth surfaces have not even a microscopic impairment anywhere. A bold luster shows off totally ORIGINAL deeper yellow gold colors. There are NO discolorations or satins. Miss Liberty and the details are lightly frosted and have full strikes. The eye appeal is beautiful!

PCGS 57, NGC 91, CAC 14 (with only ONE coin higher). The last CAC coin to sell in auction was an NGC piece. That brought $9,200.00 06/2012 Heritage. Looks like your going to have to search along time for another PCGS CAC piece. An NON CC NGC piece sold for $10,575.00 08/2013 Heritage. We know our asking price here is more then reasonable!

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!

Item - 9700
$10 1908 MOTTO PCGS MS65
$ 13500.00
VERY HIGH END! We know $10 Indians better then anyone-having exclusively built the #1 all time finest ever set-the Simpson Collection. We're no wannabes when it comes to ferreting out the best quality pieces like this one here!

Ultra clean and ultra smooth surfaces really are something to see. We used a strong glass and looked really hard-and found NO problems. The only thing keeping this coin from an MS66+ designation are some ultra light lines on the lower part of the face. these are NOT visible to the naked eye. Both sides are a gorgeous totally ORIGINAL bright yellow gold. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do have light frost. The eye appeal is awesome!

PCGS 66, NGC 70, CAC 14. The last one to sell in auction brought $12,925.00 07/2013 Heritage. We'll know this SUPERB high end GEM has few equals!

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!

Gold:Double Eagles:Saint-Gaudens
Item - 9760
$20 1924 PCGS MS66 OGH
$ 4150.00
What a dreamy GEM two tone Saint!

Superb surfaces have just a thin teenie line/microscopic tick or two. They do appear clean to the naked eye. A full booming luster shows off gorgeous totally ORIGINAL two tone yellow/fiery orange god colors. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have exceptional strikes. The eye appeal is gorgeous!

PCGS 8096, NGC 4732, CAC 539. The sightUNSEEN WHOLESALE BID for a PCGS CAC piece is now $3,650.00. This is NOT a sightunseen quality piece as it does have gorgeous colors.


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