*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.
*ON HOLD - 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* PCGS Wow!! This is a gorgeous gold piece. A fresh, original GEM that shows beautiful light orange-rose patina on simply superb “skin”. Needle sharp strike and glowing luster finish this stunner. Considerably scarcer than the most common 1901-S date, the 1903-S shows a pop of 23 in MS66 with only 6 grading higher, compared to 1901-S which shows a pop of 197 in MS66 with 20 examples grading higher. Despite this disparity, CU price guide shows only a $300 price premium for the 03-S.
*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* 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.
*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.