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    Gorgeous Cameo!

    1937 1c PCGS/CAC Proof 66+ RD CAM

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    $5,750.00
     

    Watery, golden-orange mirrors are beautifully reflective and contrast nicely against impeccably struck design elements. Mintage of just 9,320 coins CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.


    Gorgeous Toning

    1866 3cS NGC MS67

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    $6,100.00
     

    Beautiful burnt orange tints with rose and blue highlights cascading into a honey-golden center. A brilliant, beautiful, and lustrous example of a superb gem trime. Low mintage trime of just 22,000 coins.


    Rare Civil War Date

    1861 3cS PCGS Proof 67

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    $11,500.00
     

    An extremely tough issue from a low mintage of only 1,000 coins in proof format. Frosty golden centers with beautiful blue and orange rim tints. Stunning blue reverse tints with light rose splashes. An absolutely stunning example that is bested by only 2 pieces at PCGS.


    Superb Gem Key Date

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

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    $30,000.00
     

    Scarce and very popular variety, highly sought after by even non-Buffalo nickel collectors. Gorgeous, high end gem example! Satiny mint luster permits traces of light golden toning on both sides. Outstanding eye appeal, a great coin for a top collection. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.


    Pretty, Early Bust Quarter

    1806/5 25c PCGS/CAC XF40

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    $4,250.00
     

    Choice XF example! Excellent detail remains with bold repunching of the date. Traces of original mint luster glimmer beneath even, light grey patina. Underlying hints of pastel toning can be seen on the obverse when turned in the light. CAC approved for quality.


    Beautifully Original

    1820 25c PCGS/CAC MS65+ (Large 0)

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    $61,500.00
     

    Beautiful rose and orange highlights with fantastic luster. A sliver of blue peaks through the rim tints with outstanding overall eye appeal. Only 4 pieces are graded finer by both services combined for the date and variety, though it would be challenging to find a more attractive example! CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.


    Amazing Gem!

    1831 25c PCGS/CAC MS66 (Small Letters)

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    $44,000.00
     

    Fresh from a collection that was put together in the early 1900s but was only recently graded, this coin is a superb gem that deserves even more bells and whistles! Stunningly original and well-preserved this coin is destined for a fantastic numismatic cabinet. CAC approved for quality.


    Finest Known!

    1874 25c PCGS MS67 (Arrows) ex: Pogue Collection

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    $17,500.00
     

    The single finest known example at PCGS. A crescent of rich toning in shades of blue-green, violet, and rose present to the left of liberty on the obverse while the reverse features orange rim tints surrounded brilliant central devices. Frosty luster and a sharp, full strike. The eye appeal is unmatched!


    Amazing Rainbow Toning

    1870 25c NGC Proof 67

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    $7,000.00
     

    Beautifully preserved, premium gem from a low mintage proof issue of just 1,000 coins. Vivid bands of rainbow toning grace the obverse peripheral while electric tints of blue, violet, and orange span the fields of the reverse. Deep golden toned devices show razor sharp definition. Outstanding technical quality and eye appeal!


    Beautiful Toning

    1907 25c PCGS MS67

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    $7,150.00
     

    An absolutely gorgeous type coin that is very scarce in superb gem condition. There are 7 graded as such, with only 5 at PCGS. Vibrant blue, rose and orange tints with stunning overall eye appeal.


    Famous Key Date

    1913-S 25c PCGS MS66 ex: D.L. Hansen Collection

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    $37,500.00
     

    A beautiful satiny white gem example of this popular key date. One of the big 3 key date Barber quarters, the 1913-S boasts the lowest mintage of any 20th century silver coin issue. Just 40,000 coins were struck and very few are preserved in high grades. The Hansen collection houses a MS67 example of this famous issue.


    Famous Key Date

    1916 Standing Liberty 25c PCGS/CAC MS65

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    $26,750.00
     

    The 1916 is the key to the Standing Liberty quarter series, the 1916 is also the first year of issue. An attractive and original gem, this key date is very difficult to find in gem condition, let alone with the coveted CAC seal of approval. Just 52,000 coins were struck and most were not saved. CAC approved for quality.


    Tied for Finest Known!

    1926 25c PCGS/CAC MS67

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    $4,950.00
     

    Gorgeous, registry quality gem! Tied for finest known at PCGS with 3 other examples, and is one of only two at this level to earn CAC approval for quality. Lustrous surfaces gleam through mingled rose and lavender tints with deeper gold along the rims. Strong strike and great eye appeal! CAC approved for quality.


    Beautiful Toning

    1802 50c PCGS AU53

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    $18,000.00
     

    The 1802 half is very scarce from a mintage of 29,890 coins. Very few high grade specimens survive. Pretty rose, blue and golden rim tints. Flashy central luster with fantastic overall eye appeal.


    Amazing Gem!

    1806 50c PCGS/CAC MS65 (Pointed 6, Stems)

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    $105,000.00
     

    This coin is as fresh as pineapple in Hawaii! Amazingly clean fields with stunning originality, this coin was freshly graded from a collection put together in the early 1900s. A truly special piece, I would put it up against the other examples graded similarly as possibly the nicest overall. It is also the finest graded of the variety O-115a, but we'll leave all of that aside and just state it as an extremely special coin that is deserving of all of the attention it might get. CAC approved for quality.


    Satiny Gem

    1959 50c PCGS/CAC MS66+ FBL

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    $5,750.00
     

    Virtually pristine surfaces exhibit strong luster and a sharply embossed reliefs. The central devices remain brilliant with a crescent of gold and russet toning on the obverse and tints of warm toning along the peripherals of the reverse. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.


    Scarce Date

    1891-CC $1 PCGS MS66

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    $19,750.00
     

    Beautiful gem example of this scarce CC issue. Satiny white fields and crisply struck devices. One of our favorite dates in the series, it is bested by only 10 other examples at PCGS (2/2020). Terrific eye appeal!


    Key Date from New Orleans

    1895-O $1 PCGS/CAC MS63

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    $52,500.00
     

    Delicate russet toning over satiny mint luster that glows on both the obverse and reverse. Sharply embossed reliefs enhance the already superb eye appeal. A must-have for the advanced registry collector. The 1895-O is one of the most popular key dates in the Morgan series. CAC approved for quality.


    Legendary Condition Rarity

    1895-O $1 PCGS MS66

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    $350,000.00
     

    The 1895-O is one of the most popular key dates in the Morgan series. An incredibly fresh and original coin it is one of only 3 graded MS66 by PCGS, with only 1 grading higher at MS67. Dark bluish-gray tints from original album tones cover both sides of the coin with an overall pleasing appearance.


    Rare Early Gold Type

    1802 $2.5 NGC/CAC AU55

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    $26,000.00
     

    From a tiny mintage of 3,035 the 1802 quarter eagle is a wonderful represent of this rare Capped bust type design. Frosty, lustrous surfaces with a lack of significantly detracting adjustment marks, this fresh example is certainly high end for the grade. CAC approved for quality. A wonderful addition to any type set. After a brief hiatus (since 1798) from the minting of gold quarter eagles, the US Mint produced approximately 3,035 pieces in 1802.