*NEW* Cert. 82993956 These little jewels tend to have lots of issues, mainly with breaks in the frost of the CAMEO…and they will still grade PR65, 66 and 67. Not so with this gorgeous GEM. Fully frosted CAMEO devices are unbroken and contrast the Deep Mirrors on both sides. A beauty.
*ON HOLD*NEW* Cert. No. 27703229 Pop: 1, 1 higher (MS65) Absolutely lovely, fresh, original gold. An untouched near GEM showing very clean surfaces, rich golden-orange patina and shimmering luster. It's so nice to see an untouched piece of golden history. CAC approved
*NEW* Cert. No. 3814900-001 NGC Pop: 1, 4 higher; PCGS pop: none higher than PR62 CAM in CAMEO. 35-50 Known. A lovely and rare Cameo Proof, close to DCAM. No PCGS Price Guide value listed as none have been graded higher than PR62 in the CAMEO designation. There is a value for PR66+CAMEO at $85,000
*NEW* Cert. 82186796 Unlike most, this $5 Lib is fully deserving of the plus designation. Well struck front and back with an absolute minimum of minor contact marks and full luster over light golden-rose pastina.
*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.
*NEW* No $10 Indian date can be more beautiful than the 1907 No Motto. Few MS64 examples give me that warm and fuzzy feeling, but here is an exception. Fully struck and virtually without flaw, save a barely noticeable hit on the rim just to the right of the date. Absolutely stunning coin with full cartwheel luster over lovely deep golden and light rose patina.
*NEW* Incredible $10 Indian with the look of a GEM and price of mid grade coin. Fully struck and virtually devoid of contact marks, this coin has a few light hairlines that basically invisible to the naked eye, but account for the grade and price. This one will spoil you for any other of the same grade.