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    Rare Deep Cameo Proof

    1865 3cN PCGS Proof 66+ DCAM

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    Gorgeous superb gem, one of just 500 coins struck in proof this year with only four PCGS examples graded finer. Rich golden toning coats both the frosty, sharply struck devices and deep watery mirrors. A fantastic piece for the advanced registry collector.

    Gorgeous Key Variety

    1937-D 3 Legs 5c PCGS/CAC MS65+


    Gorgeous, high end gem example! Scarce and very popular variety, highly sought after by even non-Buffalo nickel collectors. Satiny mint luster permits traces of light gold and pale blue toning along the rims of both sides. Outstanding eye appeal, a great coin for a top collection.

    Rare Carson City Issue

    1872-CC 10c PCGS VF35


    Rare Carson City Seated dime from a mintage of 35,480 coins. Very few survivors remain, especially in higher grades and this pleasing VF representative features bold details despite even wear over the highpoints. Original touches of olive and charcoal toning are scattered over the dove-grey surfaces.


    1950-S 25c PCGS/CAC MS67+ ex: D.L. Hansen


    A fantastic piece for the advanced collector, PCGS has graded only two examples finer! Satiny, flawless surfaces display razor sharp design detail and lovely lavender and gold tints on the obverse while the reverse is coated in a lovely olive-gold tint. Excellent eye appeal!

    Tied for Finest Known

    1896 $1 PCGS MS68


    The 1896 is a relatively common date in most grades, but is most difficult to find in ultra gem condition. With only 3 pieces graded this high by PCGS, this coin is certainly perfect for the Morgan collector who desires nothing but the best!

    Fantastic Gem!

    1851 G$1 PCGS/CAC MS66+


    Frosty surfaces are predominantly honey-gold color with original green-gold and rose highlights. Sharply struck and silky smooth this piece is certainly deserving of it's plus designation and CAC approval!

    Civil War Era Gold Dollar

    1862 G$1 PCGS/CAC MS67 ex: D.L. Hansen


    A readily available Civil War-era type Three Gold Dollar, in wonderful premium gem condition! PCGS has graded only four examples finer. Flawless surfaces are a beautiful honey-gold color with subtle peach accents. The sharp is needle sharp and appreciably prooflike luster illuminates the fields. The eye appeal is undeniable!

    Finest Known!

    1880 G$1 NGC MS68 PL


    From a limited mintage of 1,600 pieces this stunning specimen is the sole finest known prooflike example! Glittering surfaces offer bold contrast against the impeccably struck devices. Rich yellow-golden color uniformly coats both sides with no signs of contact whatsoever.