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130953GOLD 1856 $10 AU58 CAC NGC$ 2,175.00
GOLD NO MOTTO LIBERTY. PCGS AND NGC HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 116 IN AU 58 AND ONLY 8 OF THESE HAVE "CAC" CERTIFICATION. MINTAGE ONLY 60,490. VERY SCARCE IN ALL GRADES. Usually seen in only VF or EF grades. MORE RARE THAN THE 1847, 1849, 1850, 1853 AND 1855.SATIN UNCLEANED LUSTER WITH EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL!
 
133280GOLD 1834 $5 AU55+ CAC PC$ 2,475.00
CLASSIC HEAD GOLD HALF EAGLE (1834-1838) 1834 PLAIN 4. MINTAGE: 657,460. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL AND DETAILS. In 1834, the mintage of U.S. gold coinage increased dramatically thanks to the destruction and recycling of older, heavier-weight coins. Of the 2 varieties, the plain 4 is the most common. The only PCGS AU55+ "+" GRADED AND "CAC" CERTIFIED
 
126436GOLD 1835 $2.5 AU55 PCGS$ 1,725.00
EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, LOTS OF MINT LUSTER ON BOTH SIDES. MINTAGE: 131.402 Difficult to find in high grades. Most are weakly struck on the hair curls over Liberty s ear. PCGS GRADED POPULATION: AU55=(23) AU58=(28) MS=(56) Popular CLASSIC HEAD QUARTER EAGLE.
 
129456GOLD 1835 $5 XF45 PCGS$ 975.00
CLASSIC HEAD GOLD HALF EAGLE. PCGS CERTIFIED EXTRA FINE AND CLOSE TO ALMOST UNCIRCULATED, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, MINTAGE: 371,534. VERY COMMON IN ALLGRADES BUT RARE IN GEM CONDITION. IT IS THE ONLY COMMON DATE OF THE TYPE THAT HAS NOT CERTIFIED ABOVE MS64! .
 
131232GOLD 1836 $5 AU55 PCGS$ 2,275.00
MINTAGE: 553,147. SENSATIONAL EYE APEAL, PCGS CERTIFIED ALMOST UNCIRCULATED, SOLID DETAILS FOR GRADE. NO DISTRACTING MARKS OR FLAWS ON SURFACES. The E PLURIBUS UNIUM was omitted from the new, reduced-size half eagle in 1834, to distinguish the old coins that had become worth more than face value. PCGS HAS ONLY GRADED 78 IN AU55 GRADE.
 
105870GOLD 1837 $5 AU53 CAC PCGS$ 1,875.00
POPULAR CLASSIC HEAD GOLD HALF EAGLE. PCGS HAS ONLY GRADED 20 IN THIS GRADE. Total mintage only 207,121. A VERY SCARCE and underrated date. More rare than the 1834 Plain 4, 1835, 1838 and is much rare in choice condition than any of these 4 dates. JUST CAME BACK FROM GETTING "CAC" CERTIFIED.
 
106185GOLD 1838 $5 XF40 PCGS$ 975.00
PCGS CERTIFIED EXTRA FINE. POPULAR CLASSIC HEAD $5 - MINTAGE: 286,588. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, GREAT DETAILS. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 68 IN THIS GRADE. All details sharp. Not nearly as common as the 1834 Plain 4 or the 1836 half eagle.
 
101046GOLD 1846/5 O $10 VG8 CAC NGC$ 1,650.00
MINTAGE: 81,780 NO MOTTO GOLD $10 EAGLE. A MINOR DIE VARIETY. THERE ARE 4 DIFFERENT DIE VARIETIES. NGC CERTIFIED AND "CAC" CERTIFICATION ALSO. .
 
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.
 
106184GOLD 1849 $1 No L MS63 PCGS$ 1,675.00
MINTAGE: 1,000. From the standpoint of mintage and number of specimens offered at autcion, this is the 3rd RAREST GOLD DOLLAR. The designer James Barton Longacre added a tiny initial "L" to the front of the coin. HOWEVER, the initial does not appear on all of the dies of 1849 - thus creating the "NO L" variety. BRILLIANT MINT STATE LUSTER, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, FULLY STRUCK WITH ALL DETAILS SHARP.
 
121759GOLD 1850 0 $1 AU58 CAC NGC$ 2,175.00
PCGS AND NGC HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 81 IN THIS AU58 GRADE. Of the 14,000 minted ONLY 175-250 ARE KNOWN. Well struck with some high point obverse weakness on hair strands. This date is hard to find with good eye appeal and many have mint made defects. YOU WILL REALLY LIKE THIS TYPE ONE NEW ORLEANS AND MOST NEED THIS DATE FOR THE NEW ORLEANS GOLD ONE DOLLAR SET.
 
131356GOLD 1851 O $1 MS64 PCGS$ 4,900.00
MINTAGE: 290,000: TOTAL KNOWN 1150-1450+. HIGHEST MINTED TYPE 1. OBVERSE IS OFTEN SLIGHTLY WEAK AT CENTER WITH HAIR STRANDS ABOVE EAR NOT FULLY IMPRESSED. REVERSE USUALLY FLAT ON LLA IN DOLLAR. USUALLY HEAVILY ABRADED. FROSTY LUSTER RADIATES FROM PRETTY GREENISH-GOLD SURFACES AND NEAR GEM. GEMS ARE RARE. AS ON MANY, THE SECOND L IN DOLLAR IS WEAKLY STRUCK. LIGHT CLASH MARKS ON REVERSE. EYE APPEAL IS HIGH AND ONLY A COUPLE OF SMALL LUSTER GRAZES ON OBVERSE SEEMINGLY KEEP THIS FROM GEM GRADE. POPULATION: 29 IN 64, 26 FINER 12/06.
 
131255GOLD 1852 O $1 MS61 PCGS$ 1,550.00
NEW ORLEANS GOLD DOLLAR. 140,000 MINTED & ONLY 250-300 TOTAL KNOWN! 2ND RAREST GOLD DOLLAR FROM NEW ORLEANS MINT. USUALLY NOT AS SHARP STRIKE AS MOST OTHER O MINT DOLLARS. USUALLY HAS WEAKNESS ON CURLS AROUND FACE. MOST ARE ABRADED WITH MANY SCRATCHES OR DETRACTING MARKS. EXCELLENT LUSTER WITH RICH FROSTY TEXTURE. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL. NEW PRICE!
 
131857GOLD 1852 O $1 MS62 PCGS$ 2,350.00
SCARCEST OF THE TYPE ONE NEW ORLEANS ISSUES. NEEDLE-SHARP DETAILS WITH BRIGHT SUN-GOLD APPEARANCE AND FEWER MARKS THAN EXPECTED. NEW PRICE!
 
120443GOLD 1853 $5 AU58 CAC PCGS$ 1,225.00
 PCGS AND CAC CERTIFIED.MINTAGE: 305,770. The commom date status based on price guides is ver misleading, particularly in AU or UNC grades. MODERATELY SCARCE IN ANY GRADE, AND VERY RARE IN STRICTLY UNCIRCULATED CONDITION. In AU58 PCGS has only graded 54 - NGC 151. Of all these only 9 have CAC CERTIFICATION. BOTH SERVICES HAVE ONLY GRADED 162 IN MINT STATE GRADES. Every detail sharp, exceptional eye appeal, totally original coloration, and smooth surfaces on both sides.
 
128979GOLD 1854 $5 AU58 CAC NGC$ 1,350.00
 NO MOTTO TYPE HALF EAGLE FROM THE PHILADELPHIA MINT. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED136 IN AU58 GRADE AND ONLY 16 OF THESE HAVE A "CAC" CERTIFICATION. MINTAGE: 160,675. THIS DATE IS EVEN MORE RARE THAN THE 1851 AND 1853 AND MUCH RARER THAN THE 1843, 1847, 1852, OR 1861! IT IS ALMOST ALWAYS JUST VF OR EF. THIS DATE IS RARELY SEEN IN AUCTIONS OR ANY INVENTORY FOR. SALE. YOU WILL LOVE THE EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, THE SHARP DETAILS AND CERTAINLY THE ORIGINAL SURFACE COLORATION.
 
114263GOLD 1854 O $3 AU50 PCGS$ 4,175.00
Mintage: 24,000 with only 400-500+ known. THE ONLY $3 GOLD PIECE PRODUCED AT THE NEW ORLEANS MINT. They do not have well defined centers and will have weakly defined curls. The denticles are sharp. Planchets had problems so most it is extremely hard to find one with acceptable surface. LOTS OF MINT LUSTER, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, GREEN GOLD COLORATION. NEW PRICE!
 
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.
 
105110GOLD 1854 S $1 AU TYPE I$ 1,295.00
MINTAGE ONLY 14,632. TYPE I GOLD DOLLAR THAT IS THE FIRST COIN OF THIS DENOMINATION TO BE STRUCK AT THE SAN FRANCISCO MINT. SCARCE IN ALL GRADES AND RARE IN MINT STATE. FULLY STRUCK WITH SHARP DETAILS AND EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL. MOST SLIPPED INTO COMMERCE AND SOON BECAME WORN. DESIGNER: JAMES BARTON LONGACRE. A VERY POPULAR DATE AS THE FIRST AND ONLY SAN FRANCISCO MINT TYPE I GOLD DOLLAR.
 
130202GOLD 1856 $5 AU55 CAC PCGS$ 875.00
PCGS has only certified 48 in AU55 ( NGC 87) and ONLY 10 of all AU55 have "CAC" certification. MINTAGE ONLY 197,900. More rare than the 1843, 1847, 1852 and 1861. EVERY detail bold with only slight high point weakness. Usually you will see only VF or XF grades. PCGS has only certified 38 in all MS grades.
 
128151GOLD 1857 S $2.50 XF45 PCGS$ 675.00
MINTAGE ONLY 69,200. MUCH RARER THAN THE 1856-S WITH A HIGHER MINTAGE OF 72,120. ONLY A COUPLE OF DOZEN HAVE SOLD IN AUCTIONS IN ALL GRADES IN THE LAST DECADE. WELL STRUCK WITH ALL DETAILS BOLD. HONEST WEAR WITH EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL. IT IS OBVIOUS THIS ISSUE SAW EXTENSIVE CIRCULATION IN THE GOLD RUSH DAYS. PCGS POPULATION: XF45(24) AND ONLY ONE XF45+; AU50-58(65); 15(MS GRADES). VERY UNDERRATED GOLD SAN FRANCISCO MINTED GOLD QUARTER EAGLE AND DIFFICULT TO FIND ONE IN ALL GRADES! THIS IS THE ONLY ONE WE HAVE EVER HAD TO SELL!
 
122711GOLD 1859 $2.50 MS60 PCGS$ 2,375.00
OLD REVERSE LIBERTY HEAD QUARTER EAGLE PHILADELPHIA MINT. The old style hub first used in 1840 was still employed on occasion through 1861. This variety was unrecognized until the 1960s, A SCARCE VARIETY IN ALL GRADES, PARTICULARLY IN CHOICE GRADES. BRILLIANT MINT STATE CARTWHEEL LUSTER, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, SOLID STRIKE WITH BOLD DETAILS. SOME HIGH POINT WEAKNESS MOSTLY ON REVERSE.
 
123199GOLD 1859 $5 AU53 NGC CAC$ 2,875.00
MINTAGE ONLY 16,734 THE 1859 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 KNOWN SPECIMENS ARE VF OR EF BEING TYPICAL. PCGS & NGC GRADED POPULATION: AU53 24 (only 2 CAC) -- AU55-58 47 (only 4 CAC) MINT STATE 9 (only 1 CAC) Many gold collectors need this date for their set - do not delay - rarely seen in auctions!
 
120483GOLD 1865 S $2.50 VF35 PCGS$ 1,275.00
MINTAGE: 23,376 The vast majority known of this scarce date grade VF or less. FEW can be found in auctions. THIS DATE HAS THE LOWEST NUMBER OF AUCTION APPEARANCES OF ANY QUARTER EAGLE OF THIS DECADE. All known are softly struck. PCGS GRADED POPULATION: VF35 (6) - (55) IN ALL OTHER HIGHER CIRCULATED GRADES AND ONLY (9) IN MINT STATE GRADES
 
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.
 
127006GOLD 1868 S $2.50 AU55 PCGS$ 1,800.00
LIBERTY HEAD QUARTER EAGLE - MINTAGE: 34,000 - Perhaps all examples of this date utilize an Old Reverse Hub (Hub of 1840-1858?) Slightly more rare as a date than the 1866-S. Uncirculated are rare but even the ones better than EF are rare too. DETAILS ARE ALL BOLD - EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL AND COLORATION.
 
100143GOLD 1869 S $5 VF25 PCGS$ 1,150.00
MINTAGE ONLY 31,000 - A RARE $5 HALF EAGLE GOLD LIBERTY HEAD VARIETY 2 MOTTO ABOVE EAGLE. THE SAN FRANCISCO ISSUES OF THE 1860s WERE ALL VERY HEAVILY CIRCULATED, AND MOST OF THE SURVIVING COINS ARE VERY WELL WORN EXTREMELY RARE IN HIGH GRADES. PCGS POPULATION: AU50-58 (16) MS61-62 (2). MANY ARE WEAKLY STRUCK IN THE CENTRAL PORTIONS AND ON THE EAGLE S NECK AND HEAD. THE MINT MARK IS VERY SMALL AND WEAKLY IMPRESSED.
 
105106GOLD 1869 S $2.50 AU58 CAC PCG$ 2,275.00
PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 37 IN AU58 GRADE AND ONLY 16 OF THOSE AND THE 63 NGC CERTIFIED HAVE A CAC STICKER CERTIFICATION. A SCARCE DATE AND VERY RARE ABOVE EF GRADE. MOST HAVE A BLUNT STRIKE, WITH LITTLE DETAIL ON THE HAIR AROUND LIBERTY S FACE OR THE EAGLE S RIGHT LEG AND NECK. VERY UNDERVALUED PARTICULARLY IN CHOICE CONDITION. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 19 IN ALL MINT STATE GRADES. THE 4 CERTIFIED PCGS MS64 ARE VALUED AT $ 17,000 EACH. A BEAUTIFUL QUARTER EAGLE WITH EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, TOTALLY ORIGINAL SURFACE COLORATION.
 
126109GOLD 1870 S $5 F15 PCGS$ 1,375.00
LIBERTY TYPE 2 WITH MOTTO, MINTAGE: 17,000. Somewhat more rare than the 1868-S, 1869-S, 1871-S or 1872-S. Generally available only in Fine or VF condition. The mint mark is very small and weak, not because of strike, but because it wad weakly punched into the die. PCG CERTIFIED FINE F15. LOW PCGS GRADE POPULATION IS ALL GRADES: F15(2) AND ALL OTHER CIRCULATED GRADES ONLY 79 AND NO MINT STATES PCGS GRADED. An NGC AU55 is for sale @ $8,000
 
120444GOLD 1871 S $ 2.50 AU55 CAC PC$ 1,575.00
PCGS GRADED POPULATION: AU55(21) AU58(18) MS(17) 14 GRADED BY PCGS AND NGC HAVE THE CAC CERTIFICATION! MINTAGE ONLY 22,000. A SCARCE DATE QUARTER EAGLE FROM THE SAN FRANCISCO MINT, PARTICULARLY IN CHOICE CONDITION. THIS ONE DOES NOT HAVE THE WEAK STRIKE ON THE FEW REMAINING. THIS DATE IS UNDERRATED AND UNDERPRICED
 
132220GOLD 1875 S $2.50 AU58 PCGS$ 1,750.00
PCGS CERTIFIED. MINTAGE: 11,600 SCARCE AND VERY DIFFICULT TO OBTAIN ABOVE EF. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL AND ORIGINAL SURFACES AND COLORATION.
 
120010GOLD 1873 $5 OPEN 3 AU55 PCGS$ 575.00
Mintage: 63,200. The 1873 Open 3 is not all all common and is rare in AU or UNCIRCULATED CONDITION. Most known are only VF or EF. The knobs of the Closed 3 are so close that the date can be mistaken for 1878 at a glance. This defect was noticed early in the year and was corrected by opening up the 3 so that no mistake could be make. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 39 in AU55 grade and only 81 in all higher grades.
 
132504GOLD 1867 S $2.50 AU55 PCGS$ 2,000.00
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.
 
132548GOLD 1874 S $5 VF35 CAC PCGS$ 2,450.00
RARE SAN FRANCISCO S MINT GOLD LIBERTTY HEAD HALF EAGLE. MINTAGE ONLY 16,000! A TRUE CONDITION RARITY TOO. CURRENTLY NO MINT STATE KNOWN TO EXIST! RARE IN ALL GRADES. PCGS POPULATION = G-VF30(32) VF35(8) XF40-45(20) AU-AU58(31). OF ALL THESE ONLY 7 HAVE A CAC CERTIFICATION INCLUDING THE ONES GRADED BY NGC. A VERY HEAVILY CIRCULATED GOLD ISSUE. EQUALLY AS RARE AS THE DAHLONEGA AND CHARLOTTE ISSUES. THE MINT MARK IS WEAKLY IMPRESSED IN THE DIES FOR THIS ISSUE. ALL TOTAL KNOWN PROBABLY ONLY 125. THIS COIN IS WORTHY OF BEING IN AN EX40 GRADED HOLDER? CHOICE COLORATION OF NATURAL RUSSET AND GREEN-GOLD SHADE WITH SURFACES THAT ARE FREE OF DETRACTING MARKS
 
130131GOLD 1875 S $2.50 AU55 CAC PCG$ 1,750.00
MINTAGE ONLY 11,600. Very difficult to obtain above EF. Most are weakly struck so you will love the overall details this one has. AN UNDERRATED AND UNDERVALUED DATE, PARTICULARLY IN HIGH GRADE. PCGS POPULATION: 18 (AU55) 10 (AU58) AND ONLY 11 (MS). CAC CERTIFIED! ONLY 12 IN THIS GRADE AND ALL HIGHER HAVE CAC CERTIFICATION.
 
132549GOLD 1877 S $2.50 AU58 CAC$ 775.00
MINTAGE: 35,400. PCGS CERTIFIED WITH CAC CERTIFICATION TOO. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, FULLY STRUCK WITH SHARP DETAILS. PCGS HAS CERTIFIED (63) AND NGC (157) IN THIS AU58 GRADE AND THIS IS THE ONLY 1 WITH A CAC STICKER. GLOWING LUSTER.
 
116685GOLD 1878 S $2.50 AU58 CAC PCG$ 525.00
PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 108 IN THIS GRADE. Only 2 have a CAC STICKER which also includes 253 NGC has graded AU58. Mintage: 148,000
 
116693GOLD 1878 S $5 XF45 GoldCAC Og$ 1,575.00
GOLD "CAC" CERTIFICATION. MINTAGE: 144,700. This date is far from being a common date gold San Francisco Mint half eagle. AU S ARE SCARCE. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 19 (XF45) AND 18 (AU50). VERY HARD TO FIND ONE EVEN IN ANY AUCTION. OLD GREEN LABEL PCGS HOLDER IS A HIGHER GRADE?
 
115079GOLD 1879 S $2.50 AU55 PCGS$ 975.00
MINTAGE: 43,500. The LAST YEAR of quarter eagle coinage at the San Francisco Mint. MORE SCARCE THAN PEOPLE REALIZE. PCGS POPULATION: AU55 (24) AU58 (2) MS GRADES (16). BOLD DETAILS, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, LUSTER WITHIN THE PROTECTED AREAS, SUPER SURFACE COLORATION. RARELY SEEN IN AUCTIONS IN ANY GRADE.
 
119854GOLD 1885 $3 VF35 CAC PCGS$ 2,775.00
PCGS AND CAC CERTIFICATION: PCGS HAS ONLY GRADED 3 IN VF35 AND THIS IS THE ONLY ONE WITH A "CAC" STICKER IN THAT GRADE. MINTAGE: 801. The 2nd lowest mintage of any regularly issued three dollar gold piece and some claim A GREAT RARITY" PARTICULARLY IN CHOICE CONDITION. VERY FEW HAVE BEEN OFFERED IN ANY AUCTION.
 
106186GOLD 1887 $2.50 AU58 PCGS$ 775.00
LIBERTY HEAD NO MOTTO PHILADELPHIA MINT- MINTAGE: 6,160. A very underrated date in uncirculated condition. Bright Flashy Surfaces with just a slight hint of friction on surfaces. SCARCE IN ALL GRADES PARTICULARLY IN HIGHER GRADES. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 37 (AU58) AND ONLY 111 in higher grades.
 
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.
 
126922GOLD 1890 $5 AU58 NGC$ 1,675.00
RARE AND ELUSIVE IN ALL GRADES. MINTAGE ONLY 4,240! Far more rare (except in proof) than the 1889. Most grade EF-AU. STRICKLY UNCIRCULATED ARE EXTREMELY RARE. NGC AND PCGS HAVE ONLY CERTIFIED 43 IN ALL MS GRADES. Details are all bold and exceptional eye appeal.
 
101005GOLD 1891 CC $10 XF45 PCGS$ 1,650.00
CARSON CITY GOLD EAGLE LIBERTY W/MOTTO. MINTAGE: 103,732. ALL DETAILS BOLD WITH ONLY SOME HIGH POINT WEAKNESS, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL AND LOTS OF LUSTER ON BOTH SIDES - WORTH OF THE PCGS GRADE CLOSE TO ALMOST UNCIRCULATED.
 
120383GOLD 1892 $2.50 MS62 PCGS$ 1,750.00
MINTAGE ONLY 2,440. The lowest mintage quarter eagle after 1885. VERY HARD TO FIND IN A CHOICE UNCIRCULATED GRADE. Most are very scuffy! PCGS POPULATION: MS62 24 and only 61 in all higher grades. FULLY STRUCK WITH ALL DETAILS SHARP. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, LIGHT MARKS IN FIELDS AND A SLIGHT CUT JUST BELOW EAGLES RIGHT WING (YOU HAVE TO USE A LOOP TO FIND IT)
 
131366GOLD 1903 O $10 MS64 PCGS$ 5,950.00
MINTAGE: 112,771: TOTAL KNOWN 1300-1600. MOST COMMON & GREAT TYPE COIN. MOST ABRADED WITH ABOVE AVERAGE LUSTER. USUALLY WELL STRUCK. LUSTROUS YELLOW-GOLD WITH FROSTY SURFACES AND SHARP DESIGN FEATURES. EXCEEDINGLY RARE IN HIGHER GRADE. THIS ISSUE REPRESENTS ONE OF FEW COINAGE ISSUES FOR THE NEW ORLEANS MINT IN 1903. INDEED, THE EAGLE WAS THE ONLY GOLD DENOMINATION PRODUCED AT THE SOUTHERN MINT DURING THAT YEAR. POPULATION: 7 IN 64, 1 FINER 11/06.
 
131320GOLD 1904 O $10 MS63 PCGS$ 3,475.00
Mintage: 108,950 The 2nd highest mintage of any With Motto New Orleans Eagles. Total known 900-1000. Fully struck with all details bold. Exceptional Eye Appeal. Lots of Brilliant mint state cartwheel luster. Surfaces only have light abrasions on both side. Frosty with a rich bloom and attractive coloration. NEW PRICE!
 
130771GOLD 1910 $2.50 MS63 CAC PCGS$ 900.00
MINTAGE: 492,000. INDIAN HEAD GOLD QUARTER EAGLE. NO RAISED EDGES WITH THE MAIN DEVICES AND LEGENDS INCUSE - SUNK BELOW THE SURFACE OF THE COIN. DESIGNED BY BELA LYON PRATT, A PUPIL OF THE FAMOUS AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS, WHO BASED HIS STANDING EAGLE MOTIF ON THE REVERSE OF THE 1907 $10 GOLD. THAT EAGLE WAS ITSELF DERIVED FROM THE REVERSE OF THE THEODORE ROOSEVELT S 1905 INAUGURAL METAL. SOLID PREMIUM QUALITY MS63++ GRADE, SUPER EYE APPEAL AND A REAL BEAUTY!
 
130886GOLD 1911 D $2.5 AU55 CAC PCGS$ 4,700.00
 STRONG "D" MINT MARK. OF ALL CERTIFIED BY PCGS=(660) & NGC=(517) IN AU 55; ONLY 46 HAVE "CAC" CERTIFICATION. Gold coins have to have the original surface coloration to obatin a "CAC". Mintage: 55.600. The rarest of the series in all grades. Its mintage is less than 1/4 the mintage of the next rarest date in the series, the 1914. WELL STRUCK, LIGHT ORANGE GOLD COLOR WITH A LIGHT GREENISH TINT. A RAISED KNIFE EDGE ON THE OBVERSE RIM S UPPER RIGHT QUADRANT IS A HALLMARK OF ALL GENUINE PIECES. A famous key date of the 20th century. Exceptional eye appeal.
 
132336GOLD 1913 $5 MS62 PCGS$ 875.00
INDIAN HEAD HALF EAGLE. MINTAGE: 915,901.
 
119027GOLD 1925 D $2.50 MS64 CAC$ 975.00
INDIAN HEAD QUARTER HEAD. DENVER MINT-MINTAGE: 578,000. A COMMON DATE IN ALL GRADES. LUSTROUS AND ATTRACTIVE WITH ORIGINAL SURFACES. FULLY STRUCK WITH COMPLETE DETAILS.
 
132589GOLD 1925 D $2.50 MS64 PCGS$ 775.00
INDIAN HEAD QUARTER EAGLE. MINTAGE: 578,000. TRUE CHOICE UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE QUALITY, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, ALL DETAILS SHARP, GREAT SURFACE COLORATION.
 
133664GOLD SAUDI ARAB 1947 1P AU58$ 2,150.00
Saudi Arabia 1P (1 POUND) 1947 ARANCO (KM.191) NGC CERTIFIED AU58. CONTAINS .2354 Troy Ounces of FINE GOLD - SAME AS 1P SOVEREIGN COINS. Saudi Arabia Kingdom Gold Coin produced by the U.S. Philadelphia Mint. The Abrabian American Oil Company contracted to have these struck to be used as concession payment in gold to the Saudi Arabian Kingdom. Struck in 1947, it was equivalent in value to a sovereign with actual bullion statistics imprinted on the reverse of the coin inself. THE OBVERSE FEATURES AN IMPRINT OF THE MINT SEAL. MOST HAVE BEEN MELTED AND THIS TYPE IS VERY RARE AND HARD TO FIND PARTICULARLY OVER THE 4P CON.
 
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 $1 2000 STATUE LIBERTY$ 45.00
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.