Gorgeous and original example of this last year of issue. Only a single MS68FH is graded finer by PCGS! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality.
Rare restrike of the Confederate States of America half dollar. There are only four known of the originals, making these restrikes the only collectible designs. Only 500 struck around 1879. Very desirable for collectors of Confederate coinage.
Finding any type of variety or mint error in the $20 Double Eagle series is very unusual, but this early date piece displays a clearly repunched date and is quite nice for the grade. Nice luster and a pretty light orange-tinted gold patina, this piece is sure to please the variety collector or the $20 specialist.
Exciting double eagle gold coin from the famous SS Central America shipwreck. Even rarer, this piece has the matching box and COA from the original distribution of the coins from the shipwreck. Most of the cards and boxes have since been destroyed but this piece comes with all of the fixin's!
Rare, limited edition Founders set from the SS Republic Odyssey Marine Exploration. Only 50 of these were produced for the shareholders that helped finance the shipwreck recovery.
Very tough Civil War era gold piece struck at the San Francisco mint. Beautifully lustrous and difficult to locate as part of the Brother Jonathan find.
(1) 1889 1c NGC/CAC PF64BN, (1) 1889 3CN NGC/CAC PF65, (1) 1889 5c NGC PF66, (1) 1889 10c NGC PF63, (1) 1889 25c NGC PF64 Cameo, (1) 1889 50c NGC/CAC PF64, (1) 1889 $1 NGC PF64.
A scarce low mintage issue of just 4,769 pieces. Unfortunately, very few survived and it's a very difficult piece to evaluate, but similar, less rare examples of this issue from different mints have consistently brought over $10k recently.
Beautiful near mint state example of this popular three-year type. Rare and desirable in this quality. In fact, there are only 3 other examples graded as such.