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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 coin is one of an estimated 40-50 struck coins and has been considered a prized rarity by numismatists for over 100 years. It is also listed as a Top 100 coin in the popular reference book on that subject. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
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    • Coming in at #3 in the Top 100 Greatest US Modern Coins Book by Schechter and Garrett, it is estimated that fewer than 2 dozen coins exist. A major modern rarity where the S mintmark was inadvertently omitted from the die. This PR68 is one of the finest of the handful known of this exciting rarity. A great coin for a top registry collection. Tied for finest graded at PCGS, including a few CAM exam...(more)
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    • Wonderful and rare quality for this no motto Seated dollar. From a low mintage of just 470 proofs struck during this Civil War year, this coin is one of the finest known. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
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    • Here's a beautiful and rarely-seen draped eagle $10 gold piece in AU58 with the elusive CAC approval for quality and eye appeal. CAC-approved early gold is the hardest segment to locate in the market and this coin is choice for the grade. A great value at current market levels. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
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    • With a reported mintage of fewer than 10 coins in proof format and considered a rarity as a business strike, this 1846 Seated dime is a wonderful coin for the specialist. A superb coin with sharp mirrors and pretty, medium toning. Ex: Gardner. Previously sold in 2006 Stacks sale of Byers Collection (lot 1312).
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    • This amazing proof Morgan is among the finest known examples of this date. A pristine gem with colorful toning. Mintage of 1,100 coins struck in proof format. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal. CAC has stickered a total of 5 in PR67 (including non-CAM and DCAM) and a few in PR68, so this coin certainly ranks among the finest known.
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    • Collectors of early gold are acutely aware that any of the late capped-bust half eagles are extremely rare in any grade. Almost never seen on the market and type sets everywhere are missing this elusive issue. The 1834 is one such example, and happens to be the most affordable we've ever handled. A great coin that you will not want to miss.
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    • An almost impossible monster-gem Morgan dollar with the DMPL designation. For the ENTIRE Morgan dollar series there are only 5 coins each certified as MS68 DMPL. None higher. This is one of those very few and it was certified many years ago as the holder is one of NGC's early slabs. Also interesting to note that no MS68 DMPL has appeared in auction since 2005. This beauty has russet peripheral ton...(more)
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    • 1895-S $1 PCGS MS65     [3]
      A lovely, superb gem example of this key date Morgan. Lightly toned with very fresh surfaces and frosty devices. The 1895-S is one our favorite dates in the series as a sleeper issue that is surprisingly difficult to locate in AU and above.
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    • This amazing gem proof is tied with one other as the finest DCAM's for the date. PCGS has graded a few coins finer, but only one has met CAC approval. The 1881 is a proof-only date and a great type coin with a mintage of just 960 coins struck overall. This coin has it all! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
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    • While the 1904-S is a popular key date in all mint state grades, gem MS66 examples are rarely seen. In fact the last live auction appearance of a PCGS MS66 was back in 2011, where one realized $34,500 (Heritage: 1/11). The gem is beautiful and among the finest known for the issue.
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    • This amazing gem prooflike 1887/6 Morgan dollar is tied with just 2 other coins for finest graded of this scarce overdate. The coin is 98% white with very light golden highlights and strong, reflective prooflike surfaces that match perfectly on both sides. A great coin for the Morgan dollar specialist.
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    • An amazing gem proof with wonderful, colorful toning on both sides. Exquisite. Low mintage of just 600 coins struck in proof format. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
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