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ImageItem IDDescriptionSales Price
 
131648GOLD 1843 $2.50 AU53 PCGS$ 750.00
MINTAGE ONLY: 100,546 RAREST QUARTER EGLE OF THE YEAR, EVEN MORE THAN THE CHARLOTTE 1843-C and 1843-D DAHLONEGA. MINT STATES ARE VERY RARE. THIS IS THE ONLY ONE WE HAVE EVER HAD TO SELL SINCE STARTING BUSINESS IN 1996. PCGS POPULATION: AU53 (20 AU55-58 (31) MINT STATE (19) REMAINING MINT LUSTER, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, BOLD DETAILS WITH EXCEPTION OF THE EAGLE S LEG.
 
131757GOLD 1846 $10 XF45 PCGS$ 3,975.00
MINTAGE ONLY 20,095 Very similiar in rarity and grade distribution to the elusive 1845. A GROSSLY UNDERRATED DATE IN THE MOST UNDERRATED U.S. COIN SERIES. IT IS NOT EASY TO LOCATE AN 1846 EAGLE "IN ANY CONDITION" --- PCGS has only certified 92 in all circulated grades and only 3 IN MS!
 
126356GOLD 1847/47 $5 AU55 CAC NGC$ 1,450.00
One of the most common of the NO MOTTO HALF EAGLES HOWEVER THIS IS AN INTERESTING VARIETY WITH THE LAST DIGIT OF THE DATE SHARPLY RECUT. 1847/47 VP-004. NGC CERTIFIED 30 AU55 (PCGS 4) AND THIS IS THE ONLY ONE WITH A CAC STICKER. SENSATIONAL EYE APPEAL, ORIGINAL SURFACE COLORATION, FULLY STRUCK WITH ALL DETAILS SHARP, SLIGHT HIGH POINT WEAKNESS.
 
129785GOLD 1847 $2.50 MS60 PCGS$ 3,550.00
WOW! MINTAGE ONLY 29,814 - PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 4 IN THIS MINT STATE GRADE AND ONLY 12 IN HIGHER MINT STATE GRADES. This is the only one DGSE has ever had to sell in over 22 years of being in business. VERY SCARCE AND UNDERRATED DATE. Fully struck with sharp details except for some reverse high point weakness. RARELY OFFERED IN ANY AUCTION.
 
101246GOLD 1850 $10 XF45 CAC PCGS$ 1,875.00
 1850 Small Date $10 GOLD EAGLE LIBERTY HEAD NO MOTTO. The small date utilizes the smaller logotype intended for the LARGE CENTS AND HALF EAGLE denomination. The small date is about 2 1/2 times rarer than the Large Date. Both are RARE IN MINT STATE. PCGS GRADE POPULATION: XF45 (39) AU (50) MS(4). THE SMALL DATE EAGLE IS A VERY SCARCE AND UNDER-APPRECIATED, MAJOR VARIETY. LOTS OF MINT LUSTER ON SURFACES, ALL DETAILS BOLD, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL WITH NICE SURFACE COLORATION. CAC CERTIFICATION LA BEL - ONLY 8 OF 64 CERTIFIED BY PCGS & NGC HAVE A CAC LABEL. ONLY 8 OF THE HIGHER GRADED HAVE A CAC TOO.
 
119111GOLD 1850 MOFFAT $5 VF35 CAC$ 6,550.00
 The 2nd most commonof the various Moffatt gold coins. They mimic a regular 1850 U.S. HALF EAGLE. The obverse features a LIBERTY HEAD wearing a coronet bearing the words MOFFAT & CO." Instead of the usual "LIBERTY". The reverse features an eagle with the wings spread just as on the regular issue U.S. $5. HOWEVER, instead of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA the legend reads . S.M.V. CALIFORNINA GOLD. These had wide spread circulation, respect, and acceptance, as opposed to the many California gold coins that were of inferior weight and purity. MINT STATES ARE VERY RARE, AND CIRCULATED EXAMPLES ARE SCARCE BUT PRICEY. THIS ONE has the ORIGINAL CRUST UNLIKE MANY and HAS NOT BEEN CLEANED and is FREE from DEFECTS. ROTATED DIE TOO. ONLY 27 of all CERTIFIED in ALL GRADES BY PCGS & NGC HAVE "CAC" CERTIFICATION. IN VF35 PCGS has only CERTIFIED 10 (NGC 4) and ONLY 2 HAVE A "CAC"
 
132290GOLD 1851 $1 AU50 PCGS$ 275.00
LIBERTY HEAD TYPE 1. (1849-1854) MINTAGE: 3,317,671. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, SILVER DOLLAR COINAGE FOR THE YEAR WAS VIRTUALLY NON EXISTENT. PCGS CERTIFIED ALMOST UNCIRCULATED - SOLID DETAILS.
 
130498GOLD 1852 $10 AU55 CAC NGC$ 1,750.00
LIBERTY HEAD HALF EAGLE GOLD $10 NO MOTTO; MINTAGE: 263.106 Very scarce in ALL GRADES and RARE IN AU GRADES. NOT A COMMON DATE TYPE COIN THE MINTAGE WOULD LEAD YOU TO BELIEVE. NO PROOFS WERE STRUCK. ONLY "16" OF THE 259 GRADED BY NGC & PCGS HAVE "CAC" CERTIFICATION.
 
131646GOLD 1854 O $3 AU50 PCGS$ 3,775.00
- $650 TO 106567
 
131775GOLD 1854 O $3 XF45 PCGS$ 3,450.00
THREE DOLLAR GOLD PIECE FROM THE NEW ORELANS MINT. INDIAN PRINCESS, SMALL LETTERS REVERSE - 1854 ONLY. PLEASING EF+ EXAMPLE WITH LIGHT GREEN-GOLD COLOR AND EVEN WEAR, WITH FEE MARKS THAT ARE TYPICAL FOR THIS GRADE. ONLY ONE YEAR ISSUE! TOTAL MINTAGE ONLHY 24,000! Typicall not well defined at the centers. Nearly always heavily marked. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL AND ATTRACTIVE.
 
125450GOLD 1855 $1 AU55 PCGS CAC$ 650.00
INDIAN PRINCESS HEAD, SMALL HEAD (1854-1856). In 1854, the dollar coins were made larger in diameter and thinner. The design was changed to a feather headdress on a female, generally referrred to as the Indian Princess Head or large-sized type (TYPE II) BOLD DETAILS EXCLUDING THE TYPICAL REVERSE WEAKNESS. EVIDENCE OF CLASHED DIES ON BOTH SIDES. MINTAGE: 758,269 PHILADELPHIA MINT. TOTALLY ORIGINAL SURFACES AND COLORATION. "CAC" CERTIFIED. ONLY "28" OF ALL GRADED AU55(1,780) HAVE A "CAC" LABEL. THIS ONE HAS A STRONG DATE AND "DOLLAR" DETAILS WHEN MOST DO NOT HAVE.
 
106557GOLD 1856 $3 AU58 CAC PCGS$ 2,650.00
Mintage only 26,010. Mint state are rare. WELL STRUCK with Denticles, date and year, and all feathers SHARP, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL! PCGS CERTIFIED ALMOST UNCIRCULATED AND 1 of 30 with a CAC CERTIFICATION from 340 certified by PCGS & NGC in Grades AU58/AU58+ You will love the original surface coloration.
 
120484GOLD 1861 $2.50 MS62 PCGS$ 1,000.00
LIBERTY HEAD - NEW REVERSE. COMMON DATE but choice examples are quite scarce. The new reverse has a ROUND "O" and not a OVAL "0". A GREAT DATE AND POPULAR MEMENTO OF THE CIVIL WAR YEARS, ACTUALLY HAS A RELATIVELY SMALL PREMIUM OVER OTHER COMMON DATE QUARTER EAGLES. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, ORIGINAL SURFACE COLORATION THAT IS VERY ATTRACTIVE. FULLY STRUCK WITH ALL DETAILS SHARP. LOTS OF MINT LUSTER WITH THAT OLD CRUSTY LOOK.
 
119771GOLD 1868 S $5 VF20 NGC$ 975.00
MINTAGE ONLY 16,734, The 1859 Gold Half Eagle is a RARE, LOW MINTAGE DATE ----More rare than the 1858 or any of the other Philadelphia Mint Half Eagles from 1843-1857 with the possible exception of the underrated 1850. Most are well worn with VF or EF being typical. IN ALL CIRCULATED GRADE PCGS AND NGC COMBINED HAVE ONLY GRADED 142 IN ALL GRADES AND ONLY 9 IN MINT STATE.
 
132220GOLD 1875 S $2.50 AU58 PCGS$ 1,675.00
PCGS CERTIFIED. MINTAGE: 11,600 SCARCE AND VERY DIFFICULT TO OBTAIN ABOVE EF. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL AND SURFACE COLORATION WITH ALL DETAILS SHARP.
 
132504GOLD 1867 S $2.50 AU55 PCGS$ 1,700.00
MINTAGE ONLY 28,000. Scarce in ALL GRADES! EXTREMELY RARE BETTER THAN EF. In fact, stricktly graded EF specimens are rare. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 14 in this grade and only 21 in all higher grades.
 
120226GOLD 1877 S $5 AU55 PCGS$ 3,250.00
Lots of mint luster on both sides, excellent eye appeal, Mintage only 26,700. RARE in ALL GRADES. Especially hard to find in EF. PCGS POPULATION: AU55 (9); AU58 (2) MS (3)
 
116694GOLD 1881 $5 AU55 PCGS CAC$ 580.00
MINTAGE: 5,708,802 ---The highest mintage of the entire Liberty Head series. FULLY STRUCK with all details sharp, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, Original surface coloration with lots of luster. "CAC" POPULATION - ONLY 4 in AU55 grade OF 425 PCGS & NGC 319.
 
120378GOLD 1886 $5 XF45 PCGS CAC$ 575.00
GOLD LIBERTY HEAD WITH MOTTO. PCGS has ONLY CERTIFIED 12 in this grade! MINTAGE 388,360. Very difficult to obtain than the common dates of the series BOLD DETAILS & EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL
 
116698GOLD 1889 $1 MS64+ CAC PCGS$ 1,050.00
PCGS HAS ONLY GRADED 9 MS64 WITH A "+" PLUS DESIGNATION -- OF ALL THE 1,071 GRADED MS64/MS64+ BY PCGS AND NGC ONLY 80 HAVE A "CAC" CERTIFICATION. MINTAGE ONLY 28,950 -- The last year of issue for GOLD DOLLARS. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL & FULLY STRUCK WITH RAZOR SHARP DETAILS. Brilliant Uncirculated Mint State ORIGINAL LUSTER AND SURFACES. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL TOO.
 
100789GOLD 1904 $20 MS63 PCGS CAC$ 2,900.00
PCGS MS63 "RATTLER" with CAC LABEL CERTIFICATION. SENSATIONAL EYE APPEAL, BRILLIANT LUSTER, SHARP DETAILS and a HIGH QUALITY $20 DOUBLE EAGLE WITH MOTTO - VALUE TWENTY DOLLARS . MINTAGE: 6,256,699. A COMMON DATE for this SERIES and a GREAT TYPE COIN for collectors.ORIGINAL SURFACES and COLORATION.
 
119042GOLD 1916 S $5 AU55 PCGS CAC$ 4,950.00
GOLD $5 HALF EAGLE INDIAN HEAD. MINTAGE: 240,000. SAN FRANCISCO MINT ISSUE WITH EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, ORANGE/GOLDEN COLORATION. A DATE THAT AT THE HIGHER GRADE LEVELS IS STILL QUITE RARE. WELL STRUCK, MINT MARKS ARE BOLD BUT LACK DEFINITION. FROSTY SURFACES WITH VERY PLEASING LUSTER.
 
120423GOLD 1927 $20 MS64+ CAC PCGS$ 3,550.00
GOLD SAINT GAUDENS $20 PCGS CERTIFIED MS64+ "CAC". TOTALLY ORIGINAL SURFACES, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL. BOLD STRIKE AND DETAILS. MINTAGE: 2,946,750. A VERY ATTRACTIVE GOLD SAINT - INCREDIBLE LUSTRE, COLOR AND OVERALL APPEARANCE.
 
131663GOLD 1929 $2.50 MS64+ CAC$ 1,275.00
INDIAN HEAD QUARTER EAGLE. MINTAGE: 532,000. PCGS CERTIFIED BRILLIAMT UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, GREAT STRIKE WITH BOLD DETAILS. MINTAGE: 532,000. This is the final year of issue for the INDIAN HEAD series. Most are lustrous and show a decent strike. DIFFICULT TO FINE IN GEM QUALITY. PCGS POPULATION: 178 OF 3,325 PCGS & NGC GRADED MS64 & MS64+ ONLY 403 HAVE "CAC" CERTIFICATION.
 
123500CONCEPT $1 2000 LIBERTY HEAD$ 45.00
2000 GALLERY MINT TOKEN - LIBERTY HEAD - ICG CERTIFIED. REVERSE FINALIST FOR U.S. $1 DESIGN. MINTAGE: 2,500. Privately Minted Pattern for the new dollar coin produced in 1998 to provide the Washington decision makers an example of what the new golden dollar could look like. Ron Landis, Gallery Mint engraver, first designed the Flowing Hair type and mated it with a reverse to symbolize peace in the new millennuium. Rep. Micheal Castle, then chairman of the International Monetary Policy Committee, decided that the more familiar Statue of Liberty would be more recognizable. He found this statue design in the Mint archive designed earlier by James Ferrell, a Mint engraver. To help promote this design, Gallery Mint made this second type of pattern that was distributed to members of the House and Senate. This design was actually written into the original bill. The bill passed with the exception that the design be left to the Secretary of Treasury. Robert Rubin formed a selection commitee and the rest is history. DOUBLE THICK PIEDFORTS (NOT GOLD) with ititial price being $25. Due to Ron s participation in the design competition, the Gallery Mint was not able to promote these designs in any way, so as not to influence the selection process. After the selection of the Sacagawea Dollar, the remaining 250 of each style were offered as a last chance to purchase this historic pattern by the Gallery Mint. The reverse design was one of four designs that made it to the final round and was very close to being accepted. The design selected was the work of Thomas Rogers, an outstanding Mint engraver, and friend of Gallery Mint.
 
123673CONCEPT $1 2000 STATUE LIBERTY$ 40.00
2000 GALLERY MINT TOKEN - PRIVATELY MINTED PATTERN - REVERSE FINALIST FOR U.S. $1 DESIGN. MINTAGE: 2,500. Pattern for the new dollar coin produced in 1998 to provide the Washington decision makers an example of what the new GOLDEN DOLLAR could look like. RON LANDIS, Gallery Mint engraver, first designed the Flowing Hair type and mated it with a reverse to symbolize peace in the new millennuim. Rep. Micheal Castle then chairman of the International Montetary Policy Committee, decided that the more familiar Statue of Liberty would be more recognizable. He found this statue design in the Mint archive designed ealier by James Ferrell a Mint engraver. To help promote this design, Gallery Mint made this second type of pattern that was distributed to members of the House and Senate. This design was actually written into the original bill. The bill passed with the exception that the design be left to the Secretary of Treasury. Robert Rubin formed a selection committee and the rest is history. Made of DOUBLE THICK PIEDFORTS (NOT GOLD) with the initial price being $25. Due to Ron s participation in the design competition, the GALLERY MINT was not able to promote these designs in any way, so as not to influence the selection process. After the selection of the SACAGAWEA DOLLAR, the remaining 250 of each style were offered as a last chance to purchase this historic pattern by the GALLERY MINT. The reverse design was one of four designs that made it to the final round and was very close to being accepted. The design selected was the work of Thomas Rogers, an outstanding Mint engraver, and friend of GALLERY MINT.