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Item - 10384
$ 110000.00
Most important: this is the real deal of a Proof! This pieces is fully mirrored on both sides. We also can not find much reason as to why it is not a PR65! Plus, this coin is just a great classic rarity!

Impeccable surfaces are covered by smooth and crisp mirrors. The depth, clarity, and flash of them are all bold. A very stable and pretty totally original mix of olive/purple/blue/green/deep silver colors swirl all over on both sides. As you expect on a Proof, the details are microscopic needle sharp and stand out. There is a small thin impression of the face-that apparently was made when the coin was minted. The eye appeal is phenomenal!

The mintage s estimated at a mere 10 coins! Thats rarer then a 94S 10C or even a 1804 $1! PCGS 1, NGC 1, CAC 1. There is one PCGS PR66 (which we have seen-and has questionable color). This coin last sold back in 08/2012 for $88,125.00. it is our strong opinion, this coin offered here should be worth $125-$150,000.00 minimum. Think about it, we just sold an 81S $1 MS68+ in our auction for $44,000.00 and some modern PR70 widget of something sold last year for $85,000.00. Shouldn't a an amazing rare piece like this be worth far more? We assure you, there won't be many-if any similar coins ever offered for sale!

Item - 10279
25C 1853 PCGS MS67
$ 47500.00
This coin looks more like a commoner 1857 in high grade then any other 1853 we have ever seen! It has it all, great colors, super quality, and its 161 years old!

We studied this coin really hard for a long time. The surfaces are basically FLAWLESS and have a light satiny texture. A surprising full booming luster beams from all over and really makes the colors stand out. Both sides are evenly covered by a vibrant and totally original mix of golden brown/reddish gold/blue/pale green/pale violet colors. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and are fully struck. The eye appeal is terrific!

PCGS 2, NGC 3, CAC 3. We're not sure there is another PCGS piece in MS67. Until this coin was auctioned-NO PCGS piece has ever been sold that way. One thing for sure, your not going to see many-if any PRE 1860 SUPERB GEM Seated Quarters ever offered! Opportunity knocks loud for anyone building a monster MS Seated Quarter set or a GEM Type set!

Item - 10007
$ 16500.00
Now this is a total "Legend quality" coin! We rank this piece as a 65.8+!

The surfaces are pretty much immaculate. They have a neat ultra smooth look. The luster is good and nicely illuminates the even and totally ORIGINAL pale olive/blue/pewter colors that are evenly spread around. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have extra sharp strikes. The eye appeal is beautiful!

PCGS 12, NGC 18, CAC 7. The last one to sell in auction brought $14,689.00 07/2013 Heritage. Due to these being accepted for Type sets, they are VERY scarce to find in GEM.

Item - 10390
25C 1887 PCGS MS67
$ 6750.00
We do not understand why the marketplace is so harsh on GEM SM Seated coins. Pieces like this Quarter are genuinely rare in any state of MS. This coin is at the top of its game-and is no where near $10,000.00. Time hopefully will correct this.

We studies this coin long and hard with a strong glass. We are pleased to report-the surfaces are absolutely pristine! They are also slightly satiny and slightly semi-prooflike. A strong luster enhances the moderate mix of rose/pale navy/pale purple/blue colors that swirl all over. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have needle sharp strikes. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 6, NGC 8, CAC 5. PCGS has graded NONE higher. The last one to sell in auction brought $6,463.00 01/2014 heritage. Again. someone explain to us why a great coin like this is not worth $10,000.00?

Item - 10371
25C 1901 PCGS PR67 CAMEO
$ 6750.00
WOW! We really LOVE this SUPERB GEM! You can't ask for mirrors any deeper. This coin is the epitome of a back and white cameo POST 1900 Proof!

Amazing mirrors are borderline ULTRA deep. They also have stunning clarity, cleanliness, and of course intense reflectivity. The mirrors are also well entrenched with that "liquid mercury/watery" look. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and have pinpoint sharp strikes. The eye appeal is totally jaw dropping!

ONLY 813 were minted. PCGS 8, NGC 18, CAC 12. The last auction record we found was for a PCGS CAC piece selling for $6,900.00 05/2012 Goldberg. We can not stress enough how scarce ANY post 1900 PR Cameo is in true GEM. We strongly believe a coin like this makes a great "put away" piece as well a starring piece for any GEM collection.

Item - 10287
25C 1912 PCGS PR67 CAMEO
$ 7750.00
Anytime we can buy a real SUPERB GEM (of any series) we do! This coin certainly makes the grade.

Superior deep (really deep), crystal clear, clean, and highly reflective mirrors beam from all over. They have that wicked cool "liquid mercury/watery" look. Its hard not to want to twirl this coin all day! A subtle hint of gold can be see splashed around. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is great!

ONLY 700 were ever minted. PCGS 6, NGC 10, CAC 9. Its been 2 full years since the last PCGS CAC piece sold at auction. In 2014 a NON CAC PCGS piece brought $6,462.00 02/2014 Heritage. These are still top of our list as a great set to build for long term appreciation.

Item - 10342
25C 1916D PCGS MS66
$ 1950.00
We were told this piece is from a recently discovered 4 roll deal! WOW! This still does happen.

Clearly this coin is VERY high end. Obviously it was carefully stored since it was minted. The surfaces are amazingly clean and smooth. Even with a strong glass all you will see are mint made issue like a long die crack through the stars. An intense mega watt headlight type luster beams from all over. This coin is GEM ORIGINAL white with a pinch of toning. It has NOT been dipped! Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp strikes. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 136, NGC 56, CAC 47. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $1,880.00 03/2013 heritage. We assure you, very few pieces rival this coin! Do not let the pops fool you about this date and grade.


Quarters:Standing Liberty
Item - 10478
25C 1927 PCGS MS66FH
$ 2950.00
No question this wonderful coins has never been dipped or messed with!

The surfaces are actually pristine. We double checked this coin with a strong glass. A good luster shows off the light and totally original pale shade of pewter color. There are one or two teenie toning dots. The strike is phenomenal!! You do NOT need a glass to see the FULL rivets in the shield or the crisp full head. The eye appeal is super nice!

PCGS 50, NGC 31, CAC 11. Do not be fooled by the pops, this is a very difficult date to find-see the last auction record. The last one to sell in auction brought $2,185.00 02/2012 Heritage.



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