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Half Dollars:Bust
Item - 11434
50C 1826 PCGS MS66
$ 26750.00
We assure you this coin is the real deal. It is not a drab so/so just made it MS66. There is nothing not to love about this GEM!

It is a pleasure to examine the pristine surfaces. Even with a strong glass there are NO impairments of ANY size, ANY where. The surfaces actually appear slight prooflike. A really strong luster beams from all over. It also enhances the beautiful and totally original colors of pale olive/gold/reddish gold. Of course Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fabulous!

PCGS 8, NGC 19, CAC 10. Prior to this coin appearing on the market, the last auction record for an 1826 PCGS MS66 CAC is $29,375.00 07/2013. Do NOT let the pops fool you, these are NOT common. This coin is housed in an older holder and was off the market for a long time.

Half Dollars:Seated
Item - 11298
50C 1882 PCGS PR67 CAMEO
$ 13750.00
When we first saw this coin it was love pure love. We still have trouble putting it away!

Stunning mirrors are super clean, crystal clear, deep, and boldly reflective. The mirrors appear like a freshly made sheet of ice being hit by the morning sun. A mellow and totally ORIGINAL mix of pale golden brow/blue splashes on part of the right obverse and a little of the reverse rims. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and have thick white frost. The eye appeal is stunning!

PCGS 4, NGC 5, CAC 4 (we do know this coin is 2x). A lesser example sold in auction for $11,750.00 04/2015. Yes, this coin IS worth the difference. If you are building a PR Seated set or Type set, this coin is a "must see"!


Half Dollars:Barber
Item - 11331
50C 1893O PCGS MS66
$ 22000.00
Boom! We rarely ever see this date and grade looking this fine.

Boldly semi-prooflike surfaces are near miss fully prooflike. You can definitely see the mirrors. The surfaces are also smooth and super clean. There is no toning anywhere and this coin is a crisp white. Miss Liberty and the details (especially the eagle) are sharply struck. typically the reverse comes flat. The details are also frosted. The eye appeal is gorgeous!

PCGS 6, NGC 2, CAC 2. Prior to this coin selling, the last one of these to sell in auction brought $20,700.00 08/2010. Five years is a VERY long time! We rarely see quality like this on O Mints!

Half Dollars:Barber
Item - 10817
50C 1896 PCGS PR66 CAMEO
$ 6350.00
WOW does this coin look awesome. We wish all PR Barbers could look like this!

Outrageous ultra deep mirrors seem endless. They have remarkable clarity, cleanliness, and of course intense reflectivity. With a strong glass you can see the die polishing lines which are Mint made (this date is famous for them). When you twirl them they have the dramatic rolling "liquid mercury" look. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and have strong silvery white frost. The eye appeal is intense you can see this coin from yards away!

ONLY 762 were minted. PCGS 11, NGC 12, CAC 7. There are no DCameos graded for the date. We can't believe the fact that NO PCGS CAC piece has ever sold at auction. We will say this, if this piece is in an auction its the type of coin that is so dramatic it will create a bidding war! if you collect GEM ultra cameoed coins, then this is a "must see" at the very least.

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 11407
$ 35000.00
Hard to believe there has not been a 1916 Walker PCGS MS67 sold at auction since 1998! This coin (and the recent ANA Sale coin) were both worth the wait! You can not top this coins magnificent "all there" quality.

Superb surfaces are highlighted by a satiny smooth texture. Even when using a strong glass there are no real problems to find any where. The dreaded right field has a tiny line that can only be seen by a strong glass. A full booming luster shows off original satiny white color. The reverse has some faint hints of gold by the rims. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is like the coin-SUPERB!

PCGS 5, NGC 12, CAC 4. The ANA coin (which had gold toning) sold for $35,250.00. This coin is 100% comparable-but untoned.

If you are building a top Walker Set, First year of Type, or Type set in general, this coin will be a star! It has been off the market w/the same collector since we placed it back in 2011. The Dakota Collection was a huge collection of over 10,000 MS65 and higher Walkers!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 10986
50C 1916D PCGS MS66
$ 6000.00
We have not seen or handled anything remotely similar in years. This is one funky neat SUPERB GEM!

Overall, the coin is totally MS66 calibre. The surfaces are pretty clean. Only with a glass can you see some lines and light scuff HIDDEN in the dreaded right field. A surprisingly strong luster shows off the peripheral colors of purple/navy/golden brown all over. Miss Liberty and the details are well struck (this date does not come stuck up like 1943P's). The eye appeal is terrific!

PCGS 63, NGC 37, CAC 13. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $5,405.00 01/2015 in a depressed auction. We paid more for this coin! We rarely see these offered. Opportunity knocks here for sure!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 11312
50C 1933S PCGS MS 66
$ 5500.00
A small group of really nice 1933S Walkers popped up about 2 months ago. We bought three-one of which was an MS67+ CAC, the finest known! This coin appears to be similar to those-and for sure is extremely high end!

The surfaces are the epitome of perfection! Even the dreaded right field is flawless (you never see that on 1943)! The luster is moderate. Both sides are evenly bathed in a light champagne/pale purple original color mix. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck-you do not need a glass to see the 100% full skirt lines. The eye appeal is wonderful!

PCGS 88, NGC 80, CAC 29. We assure you, this coin has few equals. Hard to believe that we could not find a record of any PCGS CAC piece selling since 01/2013. That piece brought $5,875.00. If you are super picky, this piece will survive your requirements!

Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 11412
50C 1937 PCGS MS67+
$ 3250.00
We're not big fans of + Walkers or Morgans unless they are all there and then some. Of course this coin is BOTH!

This is such an outstanding coin. Look like went from the bank direct into a PCGS holder. The surfaces are pristine ALL over. Even the dreaded right field is satiny smooth. A full luster shows off the beautiful original creamy white/pale gold colors. Miss Liberty and the details are lightly frosted and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 133, NGC 88, CAC 58. PCGS has graded only 16 coins MS67+. The last PCGS MS67+ CAC to sell in auction brought $4,994.00 01/2014. Opportunity knocks loud here!


Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 11256
50C 1941S PCGS MS66
$ 1700.00
We bought this coin from one of the most successful "crackout" dealers int he biz. he was moaning that this coin started life to him as a MS66+. He did NOTHING to the coin. We do believe it could have been an MS66+. PCGS got really tight! We make no promises it will be an MS66+ again.

Amazing surfaces are ultra clean and have a satiny smooth appearance. Even the dreaded right field is virtually PERFECT! A strong luster illuminates bold original white all over. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 561, NGC 232, CAC 112. MS66 CAC 41S sell for around $1,500.00 while MS66+ sell $2,000.00-$2,500.00. We bought this coin really right. If your ultra picky, this is a coin you WILL LOVE!


Half Dollars:Walking Liberty
Item - 10546
50C 1944S PCGS MS66+
$ 3250.00
We unhesitatingly grade this coin a real MS66.9! An ever so teenie tick or two that can only be seen with a glass is all that keeps it from full MS67!

Outrageous surfaces are remarkably clean and satiny. Most important, the dreaded right field is PERFECT! You can't even find that on 1942 P's! A full booming luster shows off crisp frosty white surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are above average in strike. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 505, NGC 212, CAC 107 with NONE beaned higher. PCGS has graded 54 MS66+ pieces. The last one to sell in auction brought $2,585.00 03/2014 Heritage. We assure you, this piece BLOWS it away! If an MS67 PCGS CAC existed it would cost you at least $22,000.00. This certainly is the next best thing!



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