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    • The 1920-S Saint is one of the real keys to the exclusive set of Saint Gaudens double eagles. From an original mintage of 558,000 coins, the vast majority were melted down leaving only a handful of survivors. This beautiful, high grade example has the luster and eye appeal of other dates that grade MS65, but PCGS is tough when it comes to key dates like this. Only a few coins are known finer at PC...(more)
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    • The proof 164-L Indian cent is one of the great numismatic rarities in the entire catalog. On a par with the 1864 Small Motto Proof 2-cent piece and 1867 Shield Nickel in proof, the 64-L is highly coveted as a very low mintage rarity. It is estimated that 20 examples were struck and this gorgeous gem Red-Brown with CAC approval is certainly among the finest 4-5 examples to survive. It is particula...(more)
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    • Amazing quality for this date, with nearly pristine surfaces. Intense, orange-gold color, with outstanding eye appeal. A true prize for the advanced collector. This date started with a huge mintage of 1,779,750, but has turned out to be one of the top rarities in the series.
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    • Barber half collectors know that the Micro O is the rarest widely-collected issue in the series. There are only a few dozen known in all grades and even low grade examples are really scarce and shouldn't be passed up. This MS63 coin hails from the Gardner Collection and is one of the precious few uncirculated examples known. Light-medium toning over sharply struck surfaces, this is a coin you don'...(more)
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    • This monstrous ultra-gem 1940-S Walker is tied with 8 others at PCGS in this grade, with just (2) coins graded finer - both MS67+. Neither of them has appeared in live auction. The coin offered here has incredible luster with golden toning and faint rose at the periphery.
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    • This is a very important coin for the Seated specialist, Carson City collectors, or anyone else who seeks rarity. The 1874-CC is a set stopper and problem-free pleasing examples number less than a couple dozen total. This choice XF45 is one of the best examples in existence -- in any grade! And one of the few known to be CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
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    • A superb high grade example of this famous and popular key date SLQ. This coin is truly one of the best struck 1916 quarters we've seen in any grade. Lustrous with pale rose toning. The 1916 is highly sought by all collectors of key date coinage as a low mintage first-year issue. Full head examples are especially tough. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
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    • Wow! Here's a stunning gem example of this underrated high grade Morgan. Only 2 examples have been graded finer (both PCGS MS66+) and this coin might be one of the prettiest of the known gems. Pastel rose, teal and blue toning matched evenly on both sides with an uncommon strike for the date. The last auction record we show for this grade is $21,150 (Heritage: 1/14)
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