Flashy surfaces with great luster. Also known as Blundered Date Breen-7161, the date was first punched slanting upwards. NGC has graded 1282 1853 $20, out of which only 20 1853/1--3 VP-001 have been attributed. There is 206 1853/2 $20 graded by NGC, making this a much scarcer variety for a fraction of the price.
Scarce early S-mint half eagle. Only 105,100 coins were struck of this date. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Exciting double eagle gold coin from the famous SS Central America shipwreck. CAC approved for quality.
The 1866-S No Motto double eagle is a very rare coin indeed. Struck in the final year of the no-motto design, just 120,000 coins were struck compared to over a million for 1865-S. This example displays beautiful tangerine surfaces with plenty of luster. The Hansen Collection possesses a MS61 example for the date.
First year of Type 2 Liberty double eagle, this piece displays beautiful orange and rose-gold tints with fantastic luster. A truly high-end piece with ultimate eye appeal and prooflike mirrors. Finest Known of only 4 attributed of the misplaced date variety.