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1900 Lafayette NGC MS63 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 NGC 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 PCGS MS65 *NEW* Lovely light pastel violet rose overall with some sky blue and burnt orange highlights. Unusually pretty toning for an issue that is almost impossible to find with attractive toning. Nice surfaces and full luster. $1,575.00
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
1937 Antietam PCGS (OGH) MS66 *Henry Hamilton Collection* (Old Green Holder) Original creamy white, not dipped, although many people would call this brilliant white, as it has that look and is not nearly as “toned” as the photo appears. Bright and lustrous. $835.00
1925-S California PCGS MS66 *SOLD - NEW* Fully struck and brilliant with full, blazing luster and beautiful rose-orange and bright blue peripheral toning. A stunning original GEM. $950.00
1892 Columbian PCGS / CAC MS66+ Silvery-violet with a ring of beautiful, sparkling blue around the periphery. Medium to deep toning on superb surfaces and full luster. Outstanding eye-appeal. $2,150.00
1935 Connecticut NGC MS66 *ON HOLD - Henry Hamilton Collection* Fully impressed with light even golden rose patina over the entire obverse. Reverse is a light pastel blue-rose. Finished with cartwheel luster. $665.00
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
1924 Huguenot NGC MS66 *Henry Hamilton Collection* A true original GEM with a beautiful blend of light violet-rose and blue patina on superb surfaces and glowing luster. $885.00
1936 Long Island PCGS MS66 *SOLD - Henry Hamilton Collection* A wonderful Gem with splashes of medium to deep violet toning, completely original to the card of issue. Reverse shows the same tone framing the periphery, an imprint of the slot used to house the coin in the mint packaging, known as “tab toning.” This exceptional Long Island is finished with full cartwheel luster. $800.00
1923-S Monroe NGC MS65 *ON HOLD - NEW* Probably the nicest Monroe in MS65 holder that I have seen in many years. It's unfortunate that I cannot get a decent photo. If you are looking for this issue, you need to see this coin in hand. High end of the grade with light rose patina on incredible, glowing, lustrous surfaces. $1,400.00
1934 New Rochelle PCGS MS65 Mostly brilliant and semi prooflike with a hint of golden patina. $550.00
1938 New Rochelle NGC MS67* A beautifully toned Superb Gem. Light silvery rose overall with aqua-blue and burnt orange peripheral toning. Immaculate surfaces and glowing cartwheel luster. Sold year's ago to a customer and now back in inventory. Pretty much the only way I can come up with Commems of this quality. NGC Star desgnated. A STUNNER. $2,650.00
1938 PDS Oregon Set NGC MS66, 66, 67 *Henry Hamilton Collection* 67 An original matching set of GEM ’38 Oregons in consecutively numbered holders. With a low mintage of only 6000 per date, sets like this are scarce. Each coin is original creamy white with just a hint of golden rim patina. Virtually flawless surfaces with the usual satiny luster that is an attribute of the ‘38 Oregon date. $1,685.00
1935 Spanish Trail PCGS (OGH) MS65 *Henry Hamilton Collection* (Old Green Holder) An original Gem, fully struck, with just a hint of silvery-golden patina overall. $1,350.00
1925 Vancouver PCGS / CAC MS65 *Henry Hamilton Collection* Beautifully toned and much prettier than the photos suggest. Lighter, yet bright and beautiful with GLOWING Luster!!! Very light rose overall with deeper violet rose and bright blue at the top periphery of the obverse and completely circling the reverse perimeter. $900.00
1927 Vermont NGC MS65 *Henry Hamilton Collection* A glowing original with light silvery rose patina on front and deeper rose and silvery blue mostly at the top half of the reverse. Virtually devoid of contact marks and finished with full cartwheel luster. $650.00


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