*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.
*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.
*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* 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.`
*NEW* Cert. 81628795 Looking for a great example of this date rarity without breaking the bank. Compare this to a MS64 coins and you will be amazed. Fully struck with flashy semi-prooflike fields. Virtually free of contact marks, but a few stray hairlines account the grade without taking away from the awesome eye-appeal. A MS63 is price guide at $17,500 and MS64 at $45,000. This beauty is probably more attractive that either if you were fortunate enough to find one and afford it.