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Year Denom Grader Grade
1849 $1 Gold PCGS MS65 *NEW* No L Variety. Needle sharp strike front and back. Basically contact mark free with glowing luster. At the absolute top of the grade, deserving of a “plus” designation IMO. Pop is 35 with only nine higher. $5,500.00
1925-D $2.50 NGC MS62 Very pleasing Mint State with no distracting marks and good luster. Taken in trade and priced to move at $400.00
1925-D $2.50 PCGS MS62 *SOLD* Brilliant and spot free mint state. Very pleasing Indian. $400.00
1928 $2.50 PCGS MS63 *SOLD* Top of the grade. Brilliant and lustrous. $525.00
1878 $3.00 PCGS MS64 This piece was purchased in a local collection. Well struck and lustrous. $3,900.00
1885-S $5.00 PCGS MS65 *NEW* Well struck and lustrous with minimum marks for the grade. Light, original golden patina and undipped. No copper spotting. $2,500.00
1901-S $5.00 PCGS MS64+ *ON HOLD - NEW* A flashy, lustrous and well struck type. Nice, original golden color and fully lustrous. With CU Price Guide at $3300 for a MS65, this just-miss seems like good value. $1,285.00
1909-D $5.00 NGC / CAC MS64 *Henry Hamilton Collection* Another top, top, top of the grade gold coin. I would grade this piece 64+ and consider it in the top 2-3% of the grade. Well struck, with absolute minimum contact marks, with original golden color and full luster. $3,150.00
1910-S $5.00 NGC MS63 *NEW* A very strong example for the grade, well impressed with no distracting contact marks and full luster. Very tough date. $9,750.00
1913 $5.00 NGC MS63 *NEW* A premium specimen, hand-picked and distraction free. Nice original skin and deep golden color. $1,485.00
1926 $10.00 PCGS MS64 *NEW* Just purchased back from a customer, this Indian is an original with lovely glowing surfaces and golden-rose patina. $1,425.00
1878 $20.00 PCGS MS61 *NEW* An attractive original uncirculated example of an early Type 3 $20 Liberty. Starting in 1877, the value “Twenty Dollars” is spelled in the reverse design. Scattered marks consistent with the grade, but nothing distracting. Fully lustrous.` $2,300.00
1904 $20.00 PCGS MS64 *NEW* An attractive, fresh, original. Purchased locally from an older collection of nice raw coins and graded by PCGS at the recent Anaheim ANA. $1,785.00
1909-S $20.00 PCGS MS64 *NEW* A top-end Saint for the date and grade. Well struck with minimum marks and full, bright luster. Spot free and very attractive. $2,125.00
1910 $20.00 PCGS MS65 *NEW* A beautiful original with superb surfaces, deep golden patina and glowing luster. Top of the grade. $7,350.00
1911-D $20.00 PCGS MS65 *NEW* A date that often comes somewhat matte and lackluster. This specimen is well struck with very clean surfaces and bright luster. $2,475.00
1911-D/D $20.00 NGC / CAC MS65 *NEW* A fresh, original GEM example of this scarce and popular D/D variety. Very well struck with immaculate surfaces, no spots and full luster. The only recent comp is a MS65 PCGS / CAC example that realized $4465 in a January, 2016 Heritage auction. $3,150.00
1911-S $20.00 PCGS MS65 *NEW* A beautiful GEM that starts with a solid strike, shows absolute minimum contact marks for the grade and is finished with bright, blazing luster. Spot free and with an eye-popping, super flashy look. $4,950.00
1915-S $20.00 PCGS MS65 *NEW* Another handpicked, top of the grade Saint. Well struck with minimum marks, spot-free and full, bright luster. $2,350.00
1924 $20.00 NGC MS65 *NEW* A premium Gem St. Fully struck and lustrous with minimal marks for the grade and free of copper spotting. $1,800.00


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