US Coins  :  Commemoratives

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    Popular Gold Commem

    1903 Jefferson G$1 PCGS/CAC MS66

    No Reserve
    Next Bid: $1,200.00
    Ends Today @ 10:39 PM EST

    Nearly prooflike mirrors with stunning eye appeal. Mintage of only 17,500 coins. Two $1 gold varieties struck in 1903, one with Thomas Jefferson and one with William McKinley. Mintage and reverse of each coin the same. CAC approved for quality.


    1903 McKinley G$1 PCGS/CAC MS64

    $675.00
     

    Mintage of only 17,500 coins. Two $1 gold varieties struck in 1903, one with William McKinley and one with Thomas Jefferson. Mintage and reverse of each coin the same. CAC approved for quality.


    1903 McKinley G$1 PCGS/CAC MS64

    $750.00
     

    Mintage of only 17,500 coins. Two $1 gold varieties struck in 1903, one with William McKinley and one with Thomas Jefferson. Mintage and reverse of each coin the same. CAC approved for quality.


    1903 McKinley G$1 NGC MS65

    Next Bid: $775.00
    Ends Today @ 10:39 PM EST

    Mintage of only 17,500 coins. Two $1 gold varieties struck in 1903, one with William McKinley and one with Thomas Jefferson. Mintage and reverse of each coin the same.


    1903 McKinley G$1 PCGS MS66

    $1,125.00
     

    Mintage of only 17,500 coins. Two $1 gold varieties struck in 1903, one with William McKinley and one with Thomas Jefferson. Mintage and reverse of each coin the same.


    1903 McKinley G$1 PCGS MS66

    $1,125.00
     

    Mintage of only 17,500 coins. Two $1 gold varieties struck in 1903, one with William McKinley and one with Thomas Jefferson. Mintage and reverse of each coin the same.


    Stunning Gem

    1903 McKinley G$1 PCGS/CAC MS66+

    No Reserve
    Next Bid: $1,200.00
    Ends Today @ 10:40 PM EST

    Mintage of only 17,500 coins. Two $1 gold varieties struck in 1903, one with William McKinley and one with Thomas Jefferson. Mintage and reverse of each coin the same. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality.


    1903 McKinley G$1 NGC MS67

    $3,000.00
     

    Mintage of only 17,500 coins. Two $1 gold varieties struck in 1903, one with William McKinley and one with Thomas Jefferson. Mintage and reverse of each coin the same.


    Popular Design

    1915-S Panama-Pacific $2 1/2 PCGS MS65

    $3,950.00
     

    Beautiful gem with attractive lovely maroon tints scattered along the rims. One of the most popular of all the gold Commemorative issues, the Pan-Pac $2 1/2 gold is quite scarce and desirable for it's beautiful design. Only 6,749 coins struck. $1 gold Pan-Pac coins were also issued in 1915 with a different design.


    Popular Design

    1915-S Panama-Pacific $2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66+

    No Reserve
    Next Bid: $6,055.00
    Ends Today @ 10:41 PM EST

    One of the most popular of all the gold Commemorative issues, the Pan-Pac $2 1/2 gold is quite scarce and desirable for it's beautiful design. Only 6,749 coins struck. $1 gold Pan-Pac coins were also issued in 1915 with a different design. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.


    Rare Gold Commemorative

    1915-S Panama-Pacific Round $50 PCGS MS64 ex: Trompeter

    $125,000.00
     

    Wow! Here's a great opportunity to pick up a mint state example of the famous Pan-Pac Round gold commemorative! Only 483 minted and these are much tougher in our experience than the Octagonals of the same issue. An exciting example from the legendary Trompeter collection, the coin is nicely original and housed in a slightly older style PCGS holder. Due to the time-sensitive nature of this offering, the coins have not been sent to CAC.


    1915-S Panama-Pacific Octagonal $50 PCGS MS64 ex: Trompeter

    $110,000.00
     

    Only 645 struck and highly coveted. 483 also struck with Round design. An exciting example from the legendary Trompeter collection, the coin is nicely original and housed in a slightly older style PCGS holder. Due to the time-sensitive nature of this offering, the coins have not been sent to CAC.