|Image||Item ID||Description||Sales Price|
|124291||GOLD 1843 O $10 XF45 CAC PCGS||$ 1,875.00|
|ORIGINAL SURFACES COLORATION WITH BOLD DETAILS, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL. MINTAGE:
171,162. The 2nd most available NEW ORLEANS MINT NO MOTTO EAGLE. Nearly 75%
known are lightly struck and the sharper struck specimens sell for a premium.
Usually found with better surfaces with average to below average eye appeal.
ONLY 250-300+ KNOWN.|
|101046||GOLD 1846/5 O $10 VG8 CAC NGC||$ 1,775.00|
|MINTAGE: 81,780 NO MOTTO GOLD $10 EAGLE. A MINOR DIE VARIETY. THERE ARE 4 DIFFERENT DIE VARIETIES.
NGC CERTIFIED AND "CAC" CERTIFICATION ALSO.
|103787||GOLD 1846/5 O $10 AU53 CAC PCG||$ 6,900.00|
|OGH -- RARE 6/5 NOT NOTED ON THE HOLDER! A REAL AU55! UPGRADE WITH OVERDATE.
VARIETY 3. LOTS OF MINT LUSTER, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL.|
|114118||GOLD 1847 O $10 XF40 CAC PCGS||$ 1,475.00|
|MINTAGE: 571,500 with 750-1000+ KNOWN. QUITE RARE IN UNCIRCULATED. GENERALLY WELL STRUCK but with WEAKNESS
ON LIBERTY S CURL BELOW EAR and the EAR; REVERSE USUALLY has WEAKNESS on EAGLE S
LEG and WING TIP. YOU WILL LOVE ALL OF THE REMAINING MINT LUSTER ON SURFACES
WHICH ARE ORIGINAL UNDIPPED WITH YELLOW/GOLD COLORATION. OGH OLD GREEN HOLDER
PCGS CERTIFIED and MANY WOULD CLAIM A HIGHER GRADE? EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL! NO DISTRACTING MARKS. WORTH A PREMIUM. CAC CERTIFICATION - ONLY 9 in this grade by PCGS & NGC HAVE A CAC LABEL.|
|131859||GOLD 1851 O $10 AU55 CAC PCGS||$ 3,350.00|
|NO MOTTO NEW ORLEANS MINT. VERY EXPENSIVE IN MINT STATE. BRIGHT GREEN-GOLD
COLOR WITH A NUMBER OF SMALL ABRASIONS SCATTERED OVER EACH SIDE, NONE OF WHICH
ARE INDIVIDUALLY SIGNIFICANT. THE PERIPHERAL STARS ARE A BIT SOFT, BUT THE
CENTERS ARE FULLY DEFINED. CAC CERTIFICATION|
|132885||GOLD 1853 O $10 XF45 CAC PCGS||$ 1,975.00|
|LOTS OF MINT LUSTER ON SURFACES, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, FULLY STRUCK WITH ALL
DETAILS BOLD AND SHARP. RICH ORANGE-GOLD SURFACE COLORATON. MINTAGE ONLY 51,000.
EXTREMELY HARD TO LOCATE WITH CHOICE SURFACES SO YOU WILL REALLY LIKE THIS ONE!
MOST WILL HAVE NUMEROUS ABRASIONS. TOTAL KNONW ONLY 250-300.|
|100682||GOLD 1854 O $10 SM AU53 CAC||$ 2,975.00|
|PCGS CERTIFIED. MINTAGE (Large Date & Small Date) 52,000. TOGETHER FAIRLY
COMMON WITH GRADED POPULATON NUMBERS CLOSE TO SAME. THE LARGE DATE IS CONSIDERED
TO BE THE RARER OF THE 2 VARIETIES. WELL STRUCK WITH BOLD DETAILS, EXCELLENT EYE
APPEAL. MOST ARE EXCESSIVELY ABRADED AND LACK ATTRACTIVE NATURAL COLORATION.
TOTAL KNOWN ONLY 150-175.|
|127776||GOLD 1854 O $10 LG AU50 CAC PC||$ 2,675.00|
|LARGE DATE - DATE PUNCHED THAT WAS INTENDED FOR SILVER DOLLAR! A huge date - scarcer than the 1854-O in terms of overall rarity. TOTAL KNOWN ONLY 100-125. Surfaces are usually heavily abraded. This variety has a distinctive appearance - a number have a peculiar sunken appearance. ORIGINAL SURFACE COLORATION and one of the few with CAC CERTIFICATION.|
|114119||GOLD 1857 O $10 AU53 CAC PCGS||$ 11,000.00|
| MINTAGE: 5,500 - The 3rd lowest of any No Motto Eagle from this Mint. It is among the scarcest New Orleans issue of this type. This date has an average quality strike but usually better than the 1855-O and 1856-O. Excellent mint luster for the PCGS AU53 grade. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, ORIGINAL SURFACE COLORATION OF GREEN-GOLD & "CAC" CERTIFICATION LABEL. GRADED POPULATION: AU53 (PCGS 11) (NGC 14) CAC(2)..... AU55 (PCGS 4) (NGC 12) CAC (1) AU58 (PCGS 6) (NGC 10) CAC (3). NO MINT STATES GRADED BY EITHER PCGS OR NGC.|
|119329||GOLD 1859 O $10 XF45 CAC PCGS||$ 22,450.00|
|VARIETY 1, Mintage: 2,300. The RAREST TEN DOLLAR GOLD COIN FROM THE NEW ORLEANS
MINT. TOTAL KNOWN: 45-55. Lightly worn EXTRA FINE with a decent strike that
shows some softness on the stars and rims. ATTRACTIVE GREENISH-GOLD SURFACES
with only minor abrasions, with prooflike reflectivity in sheltered areas.
Population 8 in XF45, 25 AU S, NO MS. This is the only XF45 W/CAC and only 2 of the few graded higher have CAC.|
|100226||GOLD 1860 O $10 AU50 CAC PCGS||$ 6,350.00|
|MINTAGE 11,100. TOTAL KNOWN 115-135. BOLD STRIKE & DETAILS, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, BRILLIANT BRIGHT MINT LUSTER STANDS OUT WITHIN THE PROTECTED AREAS. PCGS has graded 25 (AU50) -- 36 (AU53-58) -- 6 (MS): NGC has graded 20 (AU50) ---103 (AU53-58) ---- 6(MS). Of all these CAC LABELS ARE ONLY ON 4 (AU50) 10 (AU53-U58) 0 (MS). WOW! THIS ONE IS A BEAUTY! A popular pre civil war date too.|
|131777||GOLD 1880 O $10 XF45 CAC PCGS||$ 3,850.00|
|MINTAGE: 9,200. This date is not often encountered in any GRADE! A SURVIVOR OF
JUST 9,200 COINS. Usual light abrasions but very pleasing with MEDIUM YELLOW
COLOR. OF 32 PGCS & 29 NGC GRADED XF45 - ONLY 2 have CAC. A very undervalued with motto gold eagle from the New Orleans Mint.|
|124160||GOLD 1882 O $10 AU55 CAC PCGS||$ 3,850.00|
|Mintage Only 10,820 - only 200-250 total known. UNDERVALUED! Obverse denticles sharp, radial lines on stars, strong date, and only slight weakness on curl above ear. All reverse details sharp and complete. Some surface abrasions but not as bad as most will have. Very bright and flassy mint luster inside protected areas. Excellent eye appeal. Bright yellow gold coloration. "CAC" CERTIFICATION. Of the 34 PCGS graded AU55 & same # of NGC - ONLY 5 of all have CAC.|
|131362||GOLD 1892 O $10 MS62 CAC PCGS||$ 2,950.00|
|MINTAGE: 28,688: TOTAL KNOWN 750-950+. AMONG MORE COMMON AND MOST NEVER
CIRCULATED. OBVERSE OFTEN SHOWS WEAKNESS ON HIGH SPOTS AND STARS. REVERSE MAY
BE SLIGHTLY WEAK ON EAGLE S NECK. MOST OFTEN EXTENSIVE ABRASIONS. WELL STRUCK
AND FROSTY WITH LIGHT ABRASIONS AND A FEW COPPER SPOTS ON THE YELLOW-GOLD
PBVERSE. WHILE MOST SURVIVORS ARE HIGH GRADE, IT IS DIFFICULT TO FIND A FINER COIN. PCGS GRADED POPULATON: MS62 (177) MS62+ (5) MS63 (7) MS63+ (1). Of those certified by PCGS & NGC in MS62 only 36 have CAC none of the few higher graded are CAC.|
|124881||GOLD 1894 O $10 MS62 CAC PCGS||$ 2,850.00|
|MINTAGE: 107,500 but scarcer than the 1888-O, 1892-O and 1896-O. This date actually saw commercial use. Fully struck with all details sharp. Nearly every one known have a number of surface abrasions but acceptable on some like this one. Excellent eye appeal. Total Known: 550-750+|
|131351||GOLD 1895 O $10 MS63 CAC PCGS||$ 7,900.00|
|MINTAGE: 98,500: TOTAL KNOWN 600-800+ NOTHING GRADED HIGHER WITH A CAC. MINTAGE: 98,500 with a total known of 600-800+. A group of hoards were discovered making this date more available. FULLY STRUCK WITH ALL DETAILS SHARP. Most have numerous abrasions - thus the lack of high grades. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, ORIGNAL SURFACE COLOATION and one of the few with CAC CERTIFICATION.|
|133066||GOLD 1895 O $10 MS61 PCGS||$ 1,575.00|
|SHARPLY STRUCK, EXCEPTIONALO EYE APPEAL. BRIGHT SEMI PROOFLIKE YELLOW-ORANGE
SURFACES. MINTAGE: 98,500 ALMOST ALWAYS WILL HAVE THE SCATTERED ABRASIONS LIKE
THIS ONE DOES. TOTAL KNOWN ONLY 600-800+|
|131271||GOLD 1897 O $10 MS62 CAC PCGS||$ 2,950.00|
|MINTAGE: 42,500. TOTAL KNOWN: 350-450+. SCARCER EAGLE FROM THIS DECADE.
USUALLY SHARP AT CENTERS BUT MANY ARE WEAK ON STARS. USUALLY HEAVILY ABRADED.
VERY PLEASING OVERALL EYE APPEAL. PCGS has only graded 39 in higher grades and only 11 of those w/CAC.|
|114329||GOLD 1899 O $10 AU58 CAC PCGS||$ 2,150.00|
|NEW ORLEANS GOLD EAGLE--- PCGS OLD GREEN LABEL HOLDER with CAC
CERTIFICATION. Mintage: 37,047. The 1883-O is the only O MINT EAGLE that
is rarer. WELL STRUCK with all details bold and clear.
Almost all are heavily abraded. Original surface coloration.
TOTAL KNOWN ONLY 250-350+ ------A RARE NEW ORLEANS MINT EAGLE in UNCIRCULATED CONDITION.|
|124100||GOLD 1901 O $10 MS63 CAC PCGS||$ 4,100.00|
|A number of these were located overseas and this is an easy date to locate in gradesup to and including MS62. FULLY STRUCK WITH SHARP DETAILS, THIS ONE IS NOT HEAVILY ABRADED LIKE MOST ARE. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL WITH A FROSTY MINT LUSTER. GREEN-GOLD ORIGINAL SURFACE COLORATON WITH "CAC" CERTIFICATION. OF THE 72,041 MINTED ONLY 700-900 TOTAL KNOWN. ONE OF 20 IN THIS GRADE WITH CAC AND ONLY 7 WITH CAC IN HIGHER GRADES.|
|112070||GOLD 1903 O $10 MS63 CAC PCGS||$ 3,275.00|
| MINTAGE: 112,771 The most common New Orleans $10 Eagle but PCGS has only certified 170 in this grade (NGC 44) and only 28 have "CAC" certification. Only 39 have been certified by PCGS & NGC in higher grades. ONLY 7 all these have CAC certification. LARGE QUANTITIES were and have been found overseas in the past decade. FULLY STRUCK with all details very sharp and bold. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL and OUTSTANDING SURFACE ORIGINAL COLORATION. Most are heavily abraded so therefore the MS63 grade from PCGS. REALLY LUSTROUS. TOTAL KNOWN; 1300-1600 but not with these certifications like this one.|
|131366||GOLD 1903 O $10 MS64 CAC PC||$ 7,950.00|
|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: 23 IN 64, 2 FINER. ONE OF 6 IN PCGS & NGC MS64 W/CAC|
|131320||GOLD 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.|