1802/1 $2.50 NGC MS 64 - This 1802/1 $2 1/2 is of the highest rarity and quality for the date and series! Seldom ever seen in even MS-60 quality, the existence of this coin in this condition,almost defies belief! Well struck with soft satiny luster and no adjustment marks. This coin belongs in the finest collection.
1809 1/2C CIRCLE INSIDE 0 PCGS VF Details- Cleaned - VF Details - PCGS denotes cleaning. Very scarce variety.
1815/2 50C NGC MS 64 - This 1815/2 Capped Bust Half Dollar in NGC MS-64 would make a fine addition to your collection. This piece is the key date coin to the Capped Bust Half Dollar set and is a true high-end ultra rarity. With absolutely breathtaking eye-appeal, the coin exhibits nearly mark free obverse and reverse surfaces, with diagnostic die clashing for the date visible. The specimen exhibits stunning, original Wayte Raymond toning. The radial color transitions form deep steel blue, to violet, to red, to a light golden hue at the coin's center. The coin retains flashy luster beneath the richly toned surfaces. The population for this date is virtually nonexistent. There are only 28 total uncirculated examples graded by either grading service, a number of these certainly being resubmissions. There are only 2 MS-64 coins graded by NGC, with only 1 graded MS-65. The true population is likely somewhat less than the population numbers. Trends presently lists this coin at $60,000, and the current asking price is a great value. This coin is severely undervalued when compared to other key date coins and coins of similar rarity. Previously pedigreed to the Pryor collection
1834 50C SMALL DATE, SMALL LETTERS PCGS UNC Details Cleaned - The obverse is toned in neat shades of greens, golds and blues. Great eye-appeal.
1851 1C PCGS AU Details - cleaning - Coin is AU-55+ quality with a light cleaning. Really nice looking coin.
1853 1C NGC AU 55 BN - Nice original coin.
1853 G$10 PCGS AU 55 - Nice original problem free-coin with good luster and eye-appeal.
1854 1C PCGS MS 63 BN - Nice original mint state coin.
1858 1C SMALL LETTERS PCGS F 15 - This is a nice original Flying Eagle cent in a collectible grade.
1862 1C NGC AU 58 - This is a nice original Indian cent in a collectible grade.
1864 2C LARGE MOTTO PCGS AU 58 BN - This is a fresh original coin with with good luster and clean surfaces.
1864 2C LARGE MOTTO REPUNCHED DATE ANACS VF 35 BN - This is a lustrous original coin with clean surfaces. Large Motto and Repunched Date.
1865 1C PLAIN 5 PCGS MS 64 BN - This is a nice original Flying Eagle cent in a collectible grade.
1865 2C PCGS AU 50 BN - This is a fresh original coin with with clean surfaces
1865 2C Repunched date ANACS XF 45 BN - This is a lustrous original coin with clean surfaces. Plain 5 variety and Repunched Date.
1865 THREE CENT NICKEL NGC AU 55 - This is a nice original coin in a very collectible grade.
1866 2C PCGS XF 40 BN - This is a fresh original coin.
1869 1C PCGS XF Details -Damage - This coin has nice XF detail, can't see any "damage"
1869 5C NGC MS 62 - This is a nice original example of this better date shield nickel.
1871 2C NGC AU 55 BN - This is a fresh original coin with with good luster
1875-S 20C PCGS VF 25 - This is a nice original coin in an affordable grade.
1876 G$2.50 NGC MS 65 - This is a very rare quarter eagle. With an original mintage of only 4176 pieces, this coin being offered is the finest known for the date. This is the only gem MS-65 coin graded by either PCGS or NGC and has to date never appear for sale at public auction. This gem has prooflike surfaces and booming luster over cameo devices. Of all the quarter eagles, David Akers considers this date to be the 2nd rarest in the series. This coin IS the plate coin in the Akers book! A tremendous opportunity to acquire the best!
1877 1C NGC AU Details Damaged - This is the key date in the series and aside from a couple of small scratches, I don't see any "damage" per se. The coin has AU-55 detail and deep chocolate brown surfaces.
1878 G$3 PCGS MS 65 - Although common as a date, gem MS-65 examples are not common in this condition. This coin displays beautiful original color and luster, and very clean surfaces. These are tough to find right now.
1878-S S$1 NGC MS 63 - This a a fresh original coin with clean surfaces and a neatly toned reverse.
1878-S S$1 PCGS MS 64 - Lightly toned on the obverse with beautiful original multicolor end of the roll toning on the reverse.
1878-S S$1 PCGS MS 64 - Here's another 1878S that is lightly toned on the obverse with beautiful original multicolor end of the roll toning on the reverse.
1882 G$3 NGC MS 62 PL - This a fantastic example of this rare date $3 gold. Certified as an MS-62 Proof-like by NGC these are seldom available in mint state, let alone proof-like. NGC population of only 6 coins.
1883 HAWAII 10C PCGS VF 25 - This is a nice example the scarce Hawaii dime.
1883-S S$1 PCGS AU 50 - Nice original example of this scarce date dollar.
1886 5C PCGS G 4 - This is a very collectible example of this key date liberty nickel. Just honest wear.
1886 5C PCGS P/Fair Details - Damage - This is a nice hole filler for this key date Liberty nickel.
1887 S$1 NGC MS 65 - Frosty white gem coin.
1887 S$1 NGC MS 65 CAC - Frosty white gem coin. CAC stickered for premium quality.
1891 S$1 NGC MS 64+ - This is a fresh white near gem with a clean cheek and frosty luster. As close to a 7K MS-65 as you can get!
1891 S$1 PCGS MS 62 - White with just a hint of gold. Nice original coin.
1892-S 50C PCGS VG 10 Details - Damage - This is a super tough date in any condition. "Damage" is just a couple of scratches in front of the face, otherwise an original coin.
1894-O 10C PCGS VF Details - Env Damage - This is a nice example of this rare date Barber dime.
1895 G$2.50 NGC PR 66 Ultra Cameo

- This is how you want all of your proof gold coins to look!! Spectacular original orange-peel surfaces with ultra deep cameo devices over hairline-free surfaces. Very PQ. NGC population of only 15 coins.
1896 25C PCGS AU 53 - This is a nice original coin with medium color and good luster.
1896 S$1 PCGS MS 64 - Toned in neat pastel colors on both sides.
1896-O S$1 PCGS AU Details Cleaned - This is a lightly cleaned AU-55 coin. Nice look.
1897-O 10C PCGS VF Details - Cleaning - This is a nice example of this rare date Barber dime.
1897-S 25C PCGS G 04 - This is a nice original example of this scarce date Barber quarter.
1900-S 50C PCGS F 15 - This is a nice problem free original coin.
1902 10C PCGS MS 62 - This is a nice mint state barber dime toned in neat shades of blues, greens and lavender.
1908-S 1C PCGS F 12 BN - This is a nice original Indian cent in a collectible grade
1908-S 1C PCGS VF 25 BN - This is a nice original Indian cent in a collectible grade
1908-S 1C PCGS VG 10 BN - This is a nice original Indian cent in a collectible grade
1909 1C INDIAN PCGS AU 58 BN - This is a nice original Indian cent in a collectible grade.
1909-S VDB 1C LINCOLN PCGS AU 58 BN - This is about as nice and original as they get! From an old time collection and freshly graded.
1911-D G$5 NGC AU 58 - The 1911-D Indian half eagle is the second rarest date in the series. This well-detailed AU-58 specimen exhibits attractive orange-gold surfaces with nice mint luster.
1911-S 1C PCGS VG 10 BN - This is a nice coin in an affordable grade.
1912 10C PCGS MS 62 - This is a nice mint state barber dime toned in neat shades of lavender.
1913-D 5C TYPE 2 PCGS XF 40 - This is a nice original coin with clean surfaces.
1914-S 1C PCGS VF 20 BN - This is a nice original coin in an affordable grade.
1915-S PANAMA-PACIFIC 50C PCGS MS 66 - This is super nice original coin with soft satiny luster, a good strike and very clean surfaces. These are very cheap right now.
1918-D 5C PCGS VF 25 - This is a nice original coin with clean surfaces.
1919-D 5C PCGS F 12 - This is a nice original coin with clean surfaces
1920 PILGRIM 50C PCGS MS 64 - This is a lightly toned coin with clean surfaces.
1921 MISSOURI 50C PCGS MS 65 - This is a super original gem coin with booming luster and just the lightest hint of golden color. Well struck with no rub on the frontiersman's cheek. PQ
1921 S$1 MORGAN NGC MS 65 - This is a fresh satiny white gem with great eye-appeal.
1921 S$1 MORGAN PCGS MS 65 - This is a satiny white well struck coin with super clean surfaces.
1921 S$1 PEACE, HIGH RELIEF PCGS AU Details Cleaning - Nice AU detail with a light cleaning
1921 S$1 PEACE, HIGH RELIEF PCGS UNC Details Cleaning - Nice mint state coin with a light cleaning.
1921-S 5C PCGS VG 08 - This is a nice hole filler.
1921-S 5C PCGS VG 10 - This is a nice original coin with clean surfaces.
1922 GRANT 50C PCGS MS 62 - Great original color and clean surfaces, looks better.
1924-S 5C PCGS VG 10 - This is a nice original coin.
1925 STONE MOUNTAIN 50C NGC MS 65

- Original white with just a hint of gold, this Stone Mountain has clean gem surfaces and nice eye-appeal.
1925 STONE MOUNTAIN 50C PCGS MS 64 - This is a flashy original gem with just a hint of color.
1925 STONE MOUNTAIN 50C PCGS MS 64 - This is a flashy original gem with just a hint of color.
1925 STONE MOUNTAIN 50C PCGS MS 64 - This is a flashy original gem with just a hint of color.
1925 STONE MOUNTAIN 50C PCGS MS 64 - This is a flashy original gem with just a hint of color.
1925 STONE MOUNTAIN 50C PCGS MS 65 - This is a flashy original gem with just a hint of color.
1925 STONE MOUNTAIN 50C PCGS MS 65 - This is a flashy original gem with just a hint of color.
1926 1C PCGS MS 63 RB - This is a lustrous original coin with clean surfaces
1926 S$1 PCGS MS 64 - Original and lustrous with clean surfaces and good eye-appeal.
1926-S 5C PCGS F 12 - This is a nice original coin with clean surfaces
1927 VERMONT 50C PCGS MS 66 CAC - This coin is super fresh and original with great luster and a light silvery-gold patina. This is about as nice as Vermonts get. Held back from a MS-67 by just some light contact marks on Ira Allen's cheek. Great eye-appeal. CAC Stickered for premium quality.
1928 S$1 PCGS AU Details - Cleaned - This is a nice collectible example of the key date peace dollar
1928 S$1 PCGS AU Details Cleaning - This is a nice collectible example of the key date peace dollar.
1928-S S$1 PCGS MS 63 - Nice original coin with light color
1931-S 1C PCGS VF 30 BN - This is a lustrous original coin with clean surfaces.
1932-D 25C PCGS F 12 - This is a nice original example of this key date.
1934 S$1 PCGS MS 63 - Lightly toned with good luster.
1934-S S$1 NGC AU 53 - This is a nice collectible example of the key date peace dollar.
1936-S CINCINNATI 50C PCGS MS 65 - Here we have the toughest of the Cincinnati halves in gem MS-65 condition. The obverse is toned in light golds and reds from the being in the original three card holder while the reverse is blazing white. Very scarce and underrated.
1937-D 5C 3 LEGGED PCGS F 15 - This is a nice original coin with clean surfaces, looks VF.
1938-D 5C BUFFALO PCGS MS 65 - This is a nice flashy gem coin with clean surfaces.
1938-S 1C PCGS MS 66 RD - This is a lustrous original gem coin with clean surfaces.
1939-S 5C PCGS MS 64 - This is a super nice coin with clean surfaces and great luster.
1941 10C PCGS PR 65 - This is a super fresh original coin with haze free surfaces and booming luster. Housed in an old green label PCGS holder.
1941 50C NGC PR 65

- Fresh original coin with great luster. CAC Stickered for premium quality.
1941-D 25C PCGS MS 65 - This is a nice flashy coin with light color.
1942 50C PCGS MS 64 - This is a lustrous white coin with neat peripheral toning and super clean surfaces PQ.
1942 50C PCGS MS 65 - This is a lustrous coin with light lavender color.
1944 50C NGC MS 65 - Fresh coin with just a touch of color, very nice eye-appeal.
1944 50C PCGS MS 64 - This is a lustrous blast white coin with clean surfaces PQ.
1944 50C PCGS MS 65+ - This is a lustrous blast white coin with super clean surfaces PQ.
1944 50C PCGS MS 66 - This is a lustrous white coin with just the lightest wisp of color. super clean surfaces PQ.
1945-D 25C PCGS MS 64 - This fresh original white near gem coin PQ.
1945-D 50C PCGS MS 65 - This is a lustrous coin with clean surfaces.
1945-D 50C PCGS MS 66 - This is fresh original coin with nice luster and neat golds and greens framing the rims. The coin is also well struck. Just a few ticks in the field keep this coin from grading 67, PQ with great eye appeal.
1945-S 25C PCGS MS 64 - This fresh original white near gem coin PQ.
1946 BOOKER T. WASHINGTON 50C PCGS MS 66 - This is a flashy original gem with neat color.
1946 IOWA 50C NGC MS 68*

- WOW!! Thats all I can say about this Iowa. This coin has it all, great color, luster, surfaces and mind blowing eye-appeal. Graded MS-68* by NGC. CAC approved for premium quality.
1946-S 25C PCGS MS 66 - This fresh Blazing white gem coin PQ+.
1946-S BOOKER T. WASHINGTON 50C PCGS MS 65 - This is a fresh blast white coin with a touch of color. Great eye-appeal
1946-S BOOKER T. WASHINGTON 50C PCGS MS 65 - This is a nice originally toned gem.
1947-D 25C PCGS MS 65 - This is a nice flashy coin with light color, looks better.
1948-D 25C PCGS MS 64 - This is a nice flashy white coin.
1948-S 25C PCGS MS 65 - This is a nice flashy white coin.
1952-S 25C PCGS MS 65 - This is a nice flashy white coin.
1954 25C PCGS MS 66 - This fresh gem has the neatest electric blue and violet toning, great eye-appeal.
1956 50C TYPE 2 PCGS PR 66 PC - Bright white coin with good cameo contrast.
1956 50C TYPE 2 PCGS PR 67 - Bright white coin with good cameo contrast.
1958-D 25C PCGS MS 66 - This is a neat multicolored toned gem coin with great eye-appeal.
1959 10C PCGS MS 66 - This is a neat multicolored toned gem.
1964 50C PCGS MS 65 - This coin has great luster, surfaces and neat multi-color toning on the obverse. Fantastic eye-appeal!
1964 50C PCGS MS 66+* - This coin has great luster, surfaces and neat multi-color toning on both sides. Suprisingly tough to find with a PCGS population of only 20 coins with just 36 graded better.

 

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