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1884-CC $5 Liberty AU55 NGC

1884-CC $5 Liberty AU55 NGC

Long a favorite of coin collectors, gold coins from the Carson City mint also enjoy a strong demand from collectors of Old West artifacts as well. A quick look at the history of this mint will show that there were numerous events that clouded the day to day operations of the mint including illegal activities by the superintendent involving “shaving” gold from the planchets prior to striking. By 1884, the mint has been reduced to producing on Morgan Silver Dollars and gold Liberty coins in $5, $10 and $20 denomination. The present coin offered has an excellent strike with smooth surfaces and plenty of mint luster.

An great example of the Old West mint at an affordable price! $7500

    

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1908 $5 Indian NGC MS66

1908 $5 Indian NGC MS66

First year for the type! Like it’s $2 1/2 counterpart, the $5 Indian was received with mixed acceptance from the general public as it was rumored to allow the spread of disease due to it’s incused design. The rumor was proved to be untrue and the series soon became a favorite of the public with praises for it’s unique design and it’s representation of a Native American Indian. The gem offered here has been graded MS66 (4 points from perfect) and one look at the coin’s beauty and pristine preservation will confirm the grade assigned. With it’s glowing luster and immaculate fields, this specimen would be a wonderful addition to any portfolio or collection. Current population for the coin in MS66 is 32 with only 6 graded higher. $23,500

    

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1916-S $5 Indian PCGS MS63

1916-S $5 Indian PCGS MS63

The $5 Indian series has long been one of my personal favorites. Unlike most other coins issued by the United States, the design elements of the coin are incused, meaning that instead of the head, eagle and lettering of the coin being raised above the surface of the coin, they are actually recessed into the fields making the fields of the coin the key in assigning grade level.

Early in the series release the coin was not accepted by the general public as is was feared that the recessed design would allow for the spreading of disease. But over time the rumors were discredited and the design gained acceptance. In 1916 the $5 Indian was only produced at the San Francisco mint; the first time in US history that a gold denomination was struck only at a branch mint. The coin offered has a warm golden glow with smooth surfaces and gleaming luster. A very attractive coin! $7100

    

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1854-O Small Date $10 Liberty NGC AU55

1854-O Small Date $10 Liberty NGC AU55

In this year there are two die varieties of dates available-large and small numerals- with this one being the small date type. The coin has the lightest amount of high point rub that accounts for the technical grade but the coin has the appearance of a much higher grade with gorgeous luster encircling the obverse and reverse. Great type coin! $2750

    

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1872-S $20 Liberty NGC MS61

1872-S $20 Liberty NGC MS61

Fresh surfaces with strong cart wheel luster highlight this Type #2 $20 Liberty from the San Francisco mint. Type #2 $20s in grades MS61 and higher are becoming scarce as many have been put away by collectors and investors as part of their metals’ portfolio. Population on this coin is 105 with only 13 graded higher. $7350.00

    

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1898 $10 Liberty NGC PR65 UCAM

1898 $10 Liberty NGC PR65 UCAM

Rarity and beauty combine to make this one of the nicest $10 coins that I have handled in quite some time. The image speaks for itself but does not give full justice to this monster gem. Ultra deep mirrors are pristine and crystal clear and the frosty devices are as intense as a coin minted by today’s mint. Proof gold coins of this quality are seldom offered and, with an original mintage of just 67 coins, this is rare opportunity indeed. Beautiful coin and excellent value in today’s market. $47,950

    

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1874-S $20 Liberty PCGS MS62

1874-S $20 Liberty PCGS MS62

The Type #2 $20 series represents the first time for the motto “IN GOD WE TRUST” to grace the surface of this denomination. Coins from this series in MS62 continue to be popular and are becoming more difficult to find in today’s market. This coin has lots of blasty luster and creamy smooth surfaces.

This series has been my strongest recommendations for my clients over the last 20 years and continue to increase in value. The certified population for this coin is 61 with only 6 graded higher. Great opportunity to acquire a seldom seen coin. Trends @ $12,000! $10,450

    

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1894 $20 Liberty NGC MS61PL

1894 $20 Liberty NGC MS61PL

Type #3 $20 Liberty gold coins have enjoyed a strong market presence for a long time and continue to attract attention from collectors and investors seeking to acquire gold coins. One of the ways that we hedge clients into this series is to select certain opportunities that offer better potential for money spent. Proof Like gold coins are an excellent way to acquire something that stands out in the crowd. Typically struck from new dies these coins have strong strikes and mirrored fields much like the proof coins of the same era without the proof coin price tag. Population for this coin is 16 with only 15 graded higher with the “PL” designation by NGC. Pretty eye appeal and always popular. $3375.00

    

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1861 $5 Liberty NGC MS65 “star”

1861 $5 Liberty NGC MS65 “Star”

Talk about a rare coin! This creamy Civil War gem has an intense look with sharply struck devices and gleaming cart wheel luster. You simply don’t find this sort of coin anymore and just the fact that it has survived in pristine condition speaks volumes of it’s rarity. Designated with the “star” on it’s holder by NGC, this coin represents one of the finest examples graded by that service. Great opportunity to acquire a truly beautiful and rare piece of our country’s history. $36,250

    

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1860 $3 Indian Princess PCGS MS62

1860 $3 Indian Princess PCGS MS62

Back in it’s day of issue the idea for the $3 coin was conceived to aid in the purchase of First Class postage. Due to it’s limited demand of the time, few coins were struck in any given year and most issues of this series have mintage’s of less then 10,000 coins. The year 1860 saw a mintage of only 7155 coins. This particular coin has the look of being struck yesterday with tons of lustrous eye appeal. Another popular series designed by mint engraver John Longacre. $7500

    

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1861 $20 Liberty NGC AU58

1861 $20 Liberty NGC AU58

Another popular issue from the Civil War displaying a sharp strike and original bright golden surfaces. Large size coins from this era are in constant demand and are becoming harder to locate as collectors and investors remove these coins from the market for long term positions or holdings.

An attractive, original example that is sure to please. This opportunity will not last long. $4,250.00

    

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1863-S $2 1/2 Liberty NGC MS61

1863-S $2 1/2 Liberty NGC MS61

Civil War era issued coins have long been a sought after area by collectors of coins and Americana as well. Uncirculated examples have been challenging to locate with many issues unknown to exist in grades above extra fine. The current coin has retained it’s original cart wheel luster and has pleasing surfaces.

With an original mintage of 10,800 the surviving certified population in MS61 is 6 with only 3 graded higher. $17,500

    

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1875 Trade $1 NGC PR66

1875 Trade $1 NGC PR66

Lovely violet/lavender patina blankets satiny cart wheel luster of this pretty gem. Originally issued as a means of trade in the Orient, these issues were never intended for use on United States soil. Due to it’s lack of acceptance in contrast to other silver coins in the world trade arena of it’s day, the trade dollar saw limited demand by the public but has become a favorite of type coin collectors of US coins. The original mintage for proofs in 1875 was only 700 and this example has the Type II Reverse. $17,250

    

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1867 $20 Liberty PCGS MS62

1867 $20 Liberty PCGS MS62

A wonderful example of a Type #2 $20 Liberty with razor sharp strike, frosty devices and lots of flash.

In today’s market the Type #2 $20s are becoming more difficult to locate in MS62 and above. From an original mintage of 251,065 total population for this coin in MS62 is only 69 coins with 3 graded higher. Always a popular series that has seen an increase in demand over the last 10+ years. $13,750.00

    

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1895-O Morgan Dollar PCGS AU58

1895-O Morgan Dollar PCGS AU58 “CAC”

Bold slider with lots of original cart-wheel luster under light gold rim toning. From an original mintage of 450,000, this example has been verified by “CAC” and is one of only 19 in AU58 with only 7 labeled higher. Compared to this same coin in grades MS60 or above, this example allows for excellent eye appeal at a fraction of the price demanded by uncirculated examples. $5950.00

   

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$20 Liberty Coins

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