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1795 Dollar NGC AU50 A truly wonderful Flowing Hair dollar. Starting with a full and complete impression from the dies, this coin shows sparkling fields overlaid with lovely silvery gray antique patina, perfectly original and superbly eye-appealing. No distractions or adjustment marks. A great example of our nation’s first dollar design. $17,250.00
1799 Dollar PCGS AU50 *NEW* Well struck overall with strong hair and drapery detail and bold lettering on the obverse. Reverse is needle sharp and virtually devoid of wear, grading AU55 or better. Completely free of distractions and adjustment marks this original is lightly toned with deeper peripheral patina circling the obverse. Reverse is a medium silvery gray. Good luster over the both sides. $7,100.00
1841 Dollar PCGS / CAC MS61 *NEW* Fully struck with distraction free, lustrous surfaces and finished in a gorgeous medium to deep violet blue on both sides. Awesome eye-appeal. $4,200.00
1847 Dollar NGC AU55 Fully struck with strong detailing front and back. Virgin original with medium to deep grayish toning. Great looking No Motto type. $1,385.00
1859-O Dollar PCGS MS61 *NEW* Fully struck and flashy brilliant white with full, cartwheel luster. Scattered contact marks, but no train tracks as are often seen on the lower mint state examples. Top of the grade in every way and very appealing. $2,575.00
1867 Dollar PCGS MS64 *NEW* Wow, this coin is just a stunner. Incredibly flashy Cameo proof-like, bright and brilliant with just a bit of peripheral toning mostly at the bottom left obverse rims. Sharply struck with all design details bold. $9,850.00
1876-S Dollar PCGS MS64 *NEW* Although mint state Trade Dollars are a type I always seek, you may have noticed that I have not offered one in 2-3 years. They are generally not appealing, even in MS64 grade. Many have strike issues, particularly on the head and will come with big gashes or unattractive toning. Finally an exception that is premium quality and deserving of a “plus” designation IMO. Very well struck overall on both sides, this example shows minimum contact marks and nothing at all distracting. Very light silvery rose patina overall with light rose and blue interspersed throughout. The surfaces are creamy smooth and the luster is intense. Absolute top of the grade for both technical quality and eye-appeal. $3,850.00
1882 Dollar PCGS PR65 DEEP CAMEO Gorgeous Black and White CAMEO with thick, snowy white CAMEO devices contrasting deeply mirrored fields on both sides. Obverse is basically brilliant with light golden peripheries. Reverse shows just a hint of golden patina, slight deeper at the peripheries. Phenomenal Eye-Appeal. $12,850.00
1880-S Dollar PCGS MS67PL *NEW* Thick, rich, snowy white CAMEO devices on both sides contrast deeply mirrored, distraction and haze free fields. Right on the border of “DEEP CAMEO” designation that would have added thousands to the price. $1,950.00

 



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