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Such a passed by series. Patterns are NOT a scarey place to build a collection. In fact, they have as much or more sound fundamental reasons to buy today vs any "regular" issue coin!

In many cases you can buy a GREAT Pattern with only 4-12 (R-7) EVER minted for equal or even LESS then the cost of the design that went into regular production!

Also, within the series there are hundreds of sets you can build. Or, Patterns can be an awesome addition to ay REGULAR set you've built.

Take the time and do some research about this way overlooked series. We like it because of of the value it offers and it has some of the rarest and coolest coins!

If you have any questions, please call or email us at

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Item - 10635

Item - 10796

Item - 10952

Item - 10601
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Item - 10635
J- 154 $1 1853 PCGS PR64RB ELIASBERG
$ 24500.00
We consider this to be a very important pattern, especially since this date is extremely rare in regular silver proof! This pattern is an R-7 with LESS then 12 known struck in copper.

We grade the coin a stone PR 65. We think PCGS is holding it back due a teenie planchet chip hidden in the right field. The mirrors are surprisingly deep. They also have great clarity, depth, cleanliness, and of course strong reflectivity. The colors are totally original. There are some splashes of blue/pale gold that mix with the even chocolate. Miss Liberty and the details are boldly struck and do stand out. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. Hard to believe PCGS has graded 2 in PR 65 (we strongly believe its only one). This coin we are offering here has been off the market since 1998-when the Eliasberg Collection was sold. The last public record of one of these trading in auction was when the 64 sold back in 2003! That coin brought $27,600.00. Opportunity knocks so loud here!

Item - 10952
J- 835 1870 PCGS PR66+ CAMEO
$ 15500.00
This is a R-7 (4-12 Minted) Standard Silver Design struck in aluminum.

Aluminum typically does not afford deep mirrors. Somehow, this piece exhibits deep and "watery" mirrors. The mirrors are also clear, clean, and have outstanding reflectivity. Save for a small planchet chip, we can't see any real problems. Miss Liberty and the details are pinpoint sharp in strike. The eye appeal is really neat!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. In 2013, an PR66 CA sold for $8,813.00. This coin is far superior to any other J-835 we have seen! The current Collectors Universe Value for a PR66 CA is $18,500.00. We're not asking much for this extreme rarity!

Item - 10601
J- 852 10C 1870 PCGS PR66RB
$ 11000.00
90%+ GEM ORIGINAL MINT RED! This is a R-7 (4-12 minted) struck in copper Standard Silver Dime.

The mirrors are incredible. They have the ultimate in clarity, cleanliness,depth, and booming reflectivity. The copper is a brilliant GEM ORIGINAL RED. There are NO spots or problems anywhere. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and have needle sharp strikes. The eye appeal is jaw dropping!
,br>PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. The ONLY record we found for one selling, was a PCGS PR65RB that sold back in 2004 for $6,738.00 Stacks. The Judd Book Values this date in PR65 at $11,000.00-and the coin we have here is a PR66! We feel this is a tremendous representative of a Stand Silver Dime struck in copper.


Item - 10796
J-1221 $1 1872 PCGS PR66RB EX NEWMAN
$ 40000.00
This is an R-7 (4-12 minted) Longacre Dollar Dollar Pattern struck in copper. Every thing about this GEM oozes in originality. This piece is the FINEST J-1221 that exists.

We believe only a few microscopic and invisible planchet issues keep this coin from grading PR67RB. This coin actually does exhibit mirrors. They are incredibly clean and sleek. They also have bold clarity and good reflectivity. The colors are no question original. Both sides offer about 75% faded GEM MINT RED. Some slashes of light brown are visible. There are NO spots or stains. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have full strikes. The eye appeal is remarkable!

PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. In 04/2014 Heritage this piece sold for $44,025.00. Simspon has a coin much less in grade. If you love really cool patterns, this coin is a "must see'.


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