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1893 Quarter PCGS MS64 *NEW* 1893 Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS As close to the next grade as these get in MS64 holders. Perfect sharp strike with flashy, reflective, semi-prooflike fields and finished with light a hint of rose patina, deeper and going into violet and royal blue at the peripheries. Completely free of contact marks and other distractions. $1,150.00
1900 Lafayette NGC MS63 *ON HOLD* I can’t remember the last time I bought a Lafayette Dollar in any grade. They are truly scarce devoid of distracting marks or unattractive toning and often have dull luster. This MS63 is top of the grade in every grade. Sharply struck and completely devoid of distracting marks, this coin is brilliant with full luster and just a hint of lovely rose patina. If you know You will be amazing at the quality for the grade. $1,800.00
1900 Lafayette PCGS MS64+ *Henry Hamilton Collection* OMG, I remember the moment I saw this coin. An unknown collector approached me at a coin show and said he was directed by other dealers to my table. He handed me what is probably the most beautifully toned Lafayette Dollar I have seen in all of my 36 years of dealing in amazing toned commems. I can only recall two other examples that would be in the same league. One was a MS66 NGC coin which I sold for $25,000 and another was a MS67 PCGS that would be worth somewhere around $75,000 today. The present coin shows light even rose centers going out to stunning, bright sky blue into the fields and peripheries of the obverse. The reverse is similar with more light rose and a thinner band of rose and blue circling the periphery. The strike is full, surfaces are bright and glowing, and the luster is BOOMING. An absolute STUNNER. $8,500.00
1921 Alabama 2x2 PCGS MS65 *Henry Hamilton Collection* Very sharply struck compared to most of the type, which often display significant weakness at the central high points of the eagle’s feathers. Very light original silvery-rose patina on full, glowing luster. Top of the grade. $1,475.00
1935 Arkansas PCGS MS65 Brilliant and flashy with virtually no marks, full strike and pretty burnt orange / rose peripheral toning, mostly on the obverse. A great Arkansas for the grade. $250.00
1935-S Arkansas PCGS MS66 *Henry Hamilton Collection* 1935-S Arkansas MS66 PCGS Very light rose centers going out to light aqua-blue at the peripheries. Reverse is mostly brilliant with slight rose and blue and finished with golden at the peripheries. Nice luster finishes this lovely Ark. $650.00
1934 Boone NGC (Early Holder) MS66 *Henry Hamilton Collection* (Early NGC Holder) A medium blend of golden, russet, blue and rose overlays immaculate surfaces and full luster. $550.00
1934 Boone PCGS MS67+ ***NEW*(67) Cert. 82616319 Pop: 4, 1 higher Virtually flawless Superb Gem with lovely burnt oragne and rose peripheral patina. $1,950.00
1936-D Boone NGC/CAC MS67+ ***NEW*(67) Cert. 3582377-002 Pop: 1, none higher A virtually flawless example showing lovely light blue green patina going to a violet orange at the peripheries. CAC approved. $2,950.00
1938-D Boone PCGS MS67+ ***NEW*(66+) Cert. 25645274 Pop: 18, none higher A virtually flawless example of this very scarce, low mintage date. Tied for finest and with a mintage of only 2100, few new finds are likely to see the grading room. $2,350.00
1925-S California PCGS / CAC MS65 *Henry Hamilton Collection* California MS65 PCGS / CAC WOW!! What a coin for the lowly MS65 grade. California’s can sparkle and this one is a blaster. Fully struck and completely distraction free with intense glowing semi-prooflike luster. Finished with light violet patina, this coin will blow away most of the MS66’s. $695.00
1925-S California PCGS / CAC MS67+ ***NEW*(66+) Cert. 25681681 Pop: 10, 6 higher An amazing Monster GEM. This California is simply outstanding and has to been seen in hand as my photos do NOT do it justice. Technically almost flawless. The strike is strong and original toning becomes more and more mezmerizing showing a blend of silvery blue, light violet rose and golden-orange on BLAZING Luster!!! CAC Approved. $5,250.00
1893 Columbian PCGS / CAC MS67+ ***NEW*(67) Cert. 25608630 Pop: 3, none higher Absolute FINEST? With a pop of only 3, none higher, full, sharp strike, immaculate surfaces and glowing luster on stunning tone, this may well be the finest '93 Columbian extant. CAC approved to boot. Amazing!!! $23,500.00
1936 Delaware PCGS MS67 A true Superb Gem showing a full strike and luster and finished with lovely silvery blue centers and ringed on both sides with golden-orange. $2,250.00
1936 Elgin NGC MS66 Brilliant white and virtually mark free with blazing luster. Awesome, super flashy Elgin. $375.00
1924 Huguenot PCGS / CAC MS65 *NEW* Original white with a sharp strike and think glowing luster. Just a hint of patina and golden rim toning. $300.00
1936 Lynchburg NGC MS66 *NEW* Fully struck, basically mark free and brilliant white with full glowing luster. $575.00
1921 Missouri NGC MS65 *Henry Hamilton Collection* Missouri (Plain) MS65 NGC Incredibly sharp and detailed strike on this exceptional Missouri. Forget the usual pitted face, a result of weak strikes on virtually every example. This coin looks sculpted. Super clean, distraction free surfaces and lovely pale rose patina. Finished in an almost satin prooflike surface. $2,335.00
1936 Norfolk PCGS MS68+ ***NEW*(68) Cert. 81634866 Pop: 13, 2 higher Among the absolute finest Norfolks on the planet, with only 2 grading higher. $5,000.00
1926-S Oregon PCGS MS65 *NEW* A mundane grade for an absolutely stunning blast white GEM Oregon. Immaculate surfaces, full sharp strike and blasting luster. $325.00


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