2003 February Long Beach Signature Sale #314 (Session 5)

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<b>Letter from Bob Korver</b>

<b>Director, Heritage Numismatic Auctions</b>



<p>Dear Bidders,</p>


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Welcome to Heritage's February 2003 Long Beach Signature Sale. We offer herewith 4,300 lots of exquisite rare coins for your bidding consideration in this, our 37th major sale as the official auctioneer of the Long Beach Coin Expo. Since 1985, the Long Beach-Heritage partnership has delivered one exceptional sale after another, and this is another spectacular catalog. Quality coins for the most discriminating collector, investor, or dealer can be found on every page. </p>
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The BTB Collection of Buffalo Nickels
The Gem Buffalo Nickels of the BTB Collection were painstakingly acquired over many years by well-known dealer, Stephen G. Slater. "Patience and perseverance was the key to securing this kind of quality for my client," Mr. Slater said. "Fully 95% of the coins I was offered were not the super high-end examples we were seeking in the assembly of this fine collection. For every 20 coins I saw, I passed on 19. It was a lot of hard work over many years to put this set together." Emphasizing exceptional strike and extraordinary eye-appeal, Mr. Slater and his client have succeeded in their goals; the effort speaks for itself when the beauty and quality of this collection is examined. The excellence of these coins has the BTB Collection currently ranked ninth overall on the PCGS Set Registry.</p>
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The Jay Eisenberg Collection of Mercury Dimes
Mr. Eisenberg's interest in coins started in his youth, and ever since he has enjoyed the simple pleasures of adding coins to his collection out of circulation. A life-long collector across denominations, he never-the-less decided six years ago to specialize - to pursue a world-class collection of Mercury Dimes. His long experience had taught him the value of buying the finest quality that he could afford, and to procure the rarer dates as soon as acceptable specimens could be located. By concentrating his resources, he was able to obtain the keys, then the remaining issues, while upgrading whenever possible. Over the six years, probably one-third of his collection was upgraded when a superior specimen was encountered. His recommendation to younger collectors is to "take your time to learn, look at many coins before buying, and then buy the best that you can afford."</p>
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The Philip Kaufman Collection, Part 4
Philip Kaufman is truly an all-American collector; born in Brooklyn but raised and educated in California, he has traveled coast-to-coast in pursuit of the wonderful coins that make up his collection. Mr. Kaufman started collecting coins in the third grade, filling his "old blue album with Lincoln Cents pulled from circulation, and completed, except for the 1922 'No D' and a 1955 Doubled Die." During the early 1980s, Mr. Kaufman started to seriously pursue rare coins, ultimately concentrating on Seated Liberty Proof Quarters, then expanding his interests to Proof Seated Half Dollars and ultimately to all Proof Seated Coinage. His goal was to obtain one of the leading examples of each denomination and date, constantly upgrading as better coins appeared in the marketplace. For more than a decade, he attended coin shows across America, and bid in scores of auctions (purchasing notably pedigreed examples from Eliasberg, Pittman, Norweb, Starr, and Stack). Mr. Kaufman wishes to thank the many dealers who helped in his pursuit of these marvelous coins (especially ANA Governor Barry Stuppler and Mark Yaffe for aiding the quest) and his wonderful wife Cheryl for sharing his collecting passion. We have been offering Mr. Kaufman's coins over several recent Signature Sales.</p>
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The New York "Eye Appeal" Collection
Extraordinary eye-appeal characterizes the coins in this colorful collection of toned silver Dollars. This visually stimulating trove of originally toned treasures was started with the theme of searching for the finest coins in three categories: 1) Flashy high-end, better date, DMPL & PL cameo Dollars; 2) Toned dollars "with killer colors including PLs, DMPLs, and end-of-roll pieces;" and 3) Rarely seen collector dates with great panache. </p>
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The success of the consignor in obtaining such exalted pieces is apparent. Any aficionado of toning will simply love these coins. We were so impressed that we photographed a special selection in the color plates. Each one of these coins is a testament to original toning, to the beautiful array of colors and patterns that occur naturally when the surface of the coin remains pristine and undisturbed. In addition to their amazing patination, the collection is of uniformly high eye-appeal. As the consignor modestly stated, "each coin has zip."</p>
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The Collection of Colonel Carmine A. Penta, Part 2
Colonel Carmine Penta, U.S. Army Retired, assembled a marvelous collection of type coins, plus specialty collections of Walking Liberty Halves, Dollars, and Silver Commemoratives. During his career in Intelligence, Col. Penta had many postings overseas, and it was during his travels that he because fascinated with numismatics. He has now been an active collector for more than two decades, "pursuing American coins because of a strong liking for the enduring values that they represent." Col. Penta declares himself to be "far more attached to the coins than their current price levels," but he has also been astute enough to recognize the importance of pricing trends. He accurately anticipated growing demand for high-quality Washington Quarters and Franklin Halves, and bought actively before prices began to climb. He looked for "mintage opportunities, finding it fascinating to try to outguess the market." In his retirement, Col. Penta enjoys traveling with his lovely wife, Jan, and writing for Coin World. </p>
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The Hans Poetsch Collection, Part 5
From consignor Hans Poetsch comes more wonderful high-grade coins. His complete set of Standing Liberty Quarters anchored our FUN Signature Sale. With numerous high-grade pieces and significant overall eye-appeal, this collection will excite general collectors and specialists. Mr. Poetsch was introduced to the joys of coin collecting in the late 1960s, when he was invited to join a weekly Saturday afternoon pinochle game in the back room of a coin shop in Elgin, Illinois. All of the other players were collectors, and Mr. Poetsch learned the lingo in self-defense! He started collecting Silver Dollars for the same reasons as every other collector - enormous size and history - and made substantial progress toward completing his set. For several years, he was content to work on "filling the little holes in the little coin books." His business interests required more attention during the 1980s, but he used the time wisely to educate himself about these neat pieces of history. When he became serious about his collecting during the 1990s, he began to specialize in Standing Liberty Quarters, because of their artistry and the challenge of locating superlative examples. Unable to attend many auctions in person, he often used an agent, so the significance of his collection has largely been a secret. Mr. Poetsch admits to being accused of being a "hoarder," but the term doesn't quite fit when so many of his coins are in such extraordinary condition. Part four of his important collection contains his "# 1" set; more than a decade in the making, this set is testimony to one numismatist's pursuit of a series noted for its artistry as well as the challenge of locating superlative examples like these.</p>
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The Dennis Ridings Collection
Mr. Ridings was born in the lovely Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, but grew up in Fairfax County. At the age of eight, he received an 1811 Half Cent from his frugal grandfather as payment for pulling weeds. His father took him to Earl Blaisdell's coin shop in Vienna to find out what the unusual coin was worth. Young Dennis was offered $90, and after the shock wore off, he followed his Dad's advice to keep the coin. The experience sparked an interest in these exciting pieces of American history, and he began to help around Earl's shop (getting paid in coins, naturally). He also accompanied Earl to shows in Vienna and Winchester, where he ran errands for many of the dealers of the day, who often paid him in coins (oftentimes in Quarter Eagles and Half Eagles!). As his experience and knowledge grew, he continued to assemble date sets from the bags searched for Earl, but he also began to focus his buying on better type issues.</p>
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After the age of sixteen, Mr. Ridings began to reap the rewards of what had become his "working hobby." He sold coins to buy his first car, a 1967 Mustang fastback. He married, moved back to the Shenandoah, and sold coins to buy 45 acres in Winchester to build a home for his wife and daughter. He sold more coins to start his construction business, specializing in structural steel. Over the years, his construction projects have included many schools, office buildings, shopping centers, and private residences in Virginia; a hospital in Africa; and reinforcement of the West Wing of the White House. Mr. Ridings is perhaps proudest of his efforts to rebuild Reston's Dogwood Elementary School that burned in Nov.2000; heroic efforts by the community and subcontractors resulted in a new building ready for classes after Christmas 2001. Having accomplished all of his collecting goals, his final sale of coins will purchase a beach-front retirement residence in Antigua. His original 1811 Half Cent "will ultimately go to a grandson, perhaps even for pulling weeds."</p>
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The Ira Rosen Collection, Part 2
Ira Rosen is the Senior Producer of Primetime Thursday, and before that, he was a Producer for 60 Minutes with Mike Wallace. His shows have won twenty Emmy awards, and dozens of other honors. Mr. Rosen started collecting rare coins at the age of ten, looking through bank rolls for Indian cents, Buffalo nickels, silver coins, and other curiosities. He sold his "young collection" in the early 1990s, and then began to focus on a more specialized collection. Mr. Rosen, through his many years as a collector, had come to the conclusion that Morgan Dollars were simply the most attractive coins ever produced (and thousands of fellow collectors would agree with him). In Part 1 of his collection, we offered the marvelous proof examples that were "the most attractive embodiment of how a Morgan should look, combining the beauty of the design with the quality of a high-grade strike." Over the years, Mr. Rosen devoted considerable effort developing his expertise on the Morgan series, "learning the facts and looks of each issue." Now, in Part 2, he brings fellow collectors an extraordinary collection of beautiful rainbow dollars that he has been cherrypicking for years. His success continues to be evident when looking at these masterpieces.</p>
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Once again we thank the 72,000+ registered bidder/members on our award-winning website, HeritageCoin.com, for their enthusiastic support of our auctions - and thanks go as well to our many friends who travel to Long Beach three times every year to say "hello," bid enthusiastically, and procure a few treasures for their growing collections. </p>
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Good luck with your bidding! And see you in Long Beach.</p>
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Sincerely,
</p>
Bob Korver

HNAI Director
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson--Scratched, Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU50. Only lightl8712 - 1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson--Scratched, Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU50. Only lightl
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson--Scratched, Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU50. Only lightly hairlined, but a deep pinscratch above XPOS in E
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS60 Cleaned Uncertified. Well struck except for HA in purchas8713 - 1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS60 Cleaned Uncertified. Well struck except for HA in purchas
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS60 Cleaned Uncertified. Well struck except for HA in purchase, which is opposite the high relief bust truncati
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS66 PCGS. Gorgeous reddish-gold colors envelop surfaces that.8714 - 1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS66 PCGS. Gorgeous reddish-gold colors envelop surfaces that.
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS66 PCGS. Gorgeous reddish-gold colors envelop surfaces that are awash in fulsome mint frost. There are no prob
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS66 PCGS. Orange-gold in color, the surfaces are expectantly.8715 - 1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS66 PCGS. Orange-gold in color, the surfaces are expectantly.
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS66 PCGS. Orange-gold in color, the surfaces are expectantly free of abrasions for the MS66 grade level. There
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS67 NGC. Golden-rose in sheen, the silky smooth surfaces are.8716 - 1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS67 NGC. Golden-rose in sheen, the silky smooth surfaces are.
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/Jefferson MS67 NGC. Golden-rose in sheen, the silky smooth surfaces are comfortably at home at the MS67 level. Razor sharp
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/McKinley--Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU55. A well struck and faint8717 - 1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/McKinley--Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU55. A well struck and faint
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/McKinley--Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU55. A well struck and faintly hairlined representative. Lustrous with honey-g
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/McKinley MS66 NGC. Lustrous and virtually unblemished with orange-gold c8718 - 1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/McKinley MS66 NGC. Lustrous and virtually unblemished with orange-gold c
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/McKinley MS66 NGC. Lustrous and virtually unblemished with orange-gold coloration that is just a bit deeper around the rev
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/McKinley MS66 PCGS. There is no doubt in our minds that this lovely Gem.8719 - 1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/McKinley MS66 PCGS. There is no doubt in our minds that this lovely Gem.
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1903 G$1 Louisiana Purchase/McKinley MS66 PCGS. There is no doubt in our minds that this lovely Gem is completely original. The otherwise evenly distr
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1904 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS65 NGC. Both sides are covered with thick mint luster and the bright oran8720 - 1904 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS65 NGC. Both sides are covered with thick mint luster and the bright oran
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1904 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS65 NGC. Both sides are covered with thick mint luster and the bright orange-gold surfaces are essentially "as struck...
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1904 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS66 PCGS. An Act of Congress dated April 13, 1904 called for an exposition8721 - 1904 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS66 PCGS. An Act of Congress dated April 13, 1904 called for an exposition
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1904 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS66 PCGS. An Act of Congress dated April 13, 1904 called for an exposition to honor Meriwether Lewis and William Clark'...
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1905 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS65 PCGS. The 1905 Lewis and Clark is scarcer than its 1904 counterpart, a8722 - 1905 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS65 PCGS. The 1905 Lewis and Clark is scarcer than its 1904 counterpart, a
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1905 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS65 PCGS. The 1905 Lewis and Clark is scarcer than its 1904 counterpart, and in fact, is the key to the small gold commemora
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1905 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS66 NGC. Our offerings of premium quality Gem '05 Lewis and Clark Gold Dol8723 - 1905 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS66 NGC. Our offerings of premium quality Gem '05 Lewis and Clark Gold Dol
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1905 G$1 Lewis and Clark MS66 NGC. Our offerings of premium quality Gem '05 Lewis and Clark Gold Dollars have been few and very far between, a s...
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar--Scratched, Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU50. A bright an8724 - 1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar--Scratched, Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU50. A bright an
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar--Scratched, Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU50. A bright and glossy piece with a diagonal pinscratch across m
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar AU58 ANACS. This piece represents excellent value as the mint.8725 - 1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar AU58 ANACS. This piece represents excellent value as the mint.
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar AU58 ANACS. This piece represents excellent value as the mint luster is nearly as bright as a technically Uncirc
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar MS65 NGC. Pleasing, abrasion-free surfaces with attractive gol8726 - 1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar MS65 NGC. Pleasing, abrasion-free surfaces with attractive gol
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar MS65 NGC. Pleasing, abrasion-free surfaces with attractive golden-olive coloration on each side. Important notic
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar MS65 PCGS. Dynamic mint luster is seen over each side of this.8727 - 1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar MS65 PCGS. Dynamic mint luster is seen over each side of this.
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar MS65 PCGS. Dynamic mint luster is seen over each side of this beautiful and totally original Gem Gold Dollar. On
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar MS66 NGC. While numerous examples exist of this issue in the b8728 - 1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar MS66 NGC. While numerous examples exist of this issue in the b
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1915-S G$1 Panama-Pacific Gold Dollar MS66 NGC. While numerous examples exist of this issue in the better grades of Uncirculated, this coin stands hea
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle--Cleaned--ANACS. AU Details, Net XF40. The obverse is lig8729 - 1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle--Cleaned--ANACS. AU Details, Net XF40. The obverse is lig
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle--Cleaned--ANACS. AU Details, Net XF40. The obverse is lightly cleaned, and a couple of short scratches impa
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle AU50 ANACS. Perhaps carried as a pocket piece for a short8730 - 1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle AU50 ANACS. Perhaps carried as a pocket piece for a short
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle AU50 ANACS. Perhaps carried as a pocket piece for a short while, as Columbia's thighs have light rub ...
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 PCGS. Uncommonly smooth for the type, both sides are8731 - 1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 PCGS. Uncommonly smooth for the type, both sides are
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 PCGS. Uncommonly smooth for the type, both sides are free of mentionable distractions. The color is ev
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 PCGS. Rich orange-gold color blankets smooth, satiny8732 - 1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 PCGS. Rich orange-gold color blankets smooth, satiny
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 PCGS. Rich orange-gold color blankets smooth, satiny surfaces. The Pan-Pac Quarter Eagle is a challeng
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 PCGS. Both sides are tinged in reddish-gold overtone8733 - 1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 PCGS. Both sides are tinged in reddish-gold overtone
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 PCGS. Both sides are tinged in reddish-gold overtones that highlight the smooth, carefully preserved s
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 NGC. Satiny olive-gold surfaces with a subtle pinkis8734 - 1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 NGC. Satiny olive-gold surfaces with a subtle pinkis
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1915-S $2 1/2 Panama-Pacific Quarter Eagle MS65 NGC. Satiny olive-gold surfaces with a subtle pinkish caste here and there. A few scattered blemishes
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An Original Panama-Pacific Commemorative Display Box. Both the leather-lined box and the velvet inte8735 - An Original Panama-Pacific Commemorative Display Box. Both the leather-lined box and the velvet inte
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An Original Panama-Pacific Commemorative Display Box. Both the leather-lined box and the velvet interior are is VG-Fine condition with tattered edges
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1915-S $50 Panama-Pacific 50 Dollar Round AU58 NGC. This coin was consigned to us by the same collec8736 - 1915-S $50 Panama-Pacific 50 Dollar Round AU58 NGC. This coin was consigned to us by the same collec
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1915-S $50 Panama-Pacific 50 Dollar Round AU58 NGC. This coin was consigned to us by the same collector who consigned the AU58 NGC Octagonal example i
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1915-S $50 Panama-Pacific 50 Dollar Octagonal AU58 NGC. The 1915-S Panama-Pacific Fifty is the secon8737 - 1915-S $50 Panama-Pacific 50 Dollar Octagonal AU58 NGC. The 1915-S Panama-Pacific Fifty is the secon
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1915-S $50 Panama-Pacific 50 Dollar Octagonal AU58 NGC. The 1915-S Panama-Pacific Fifty is the second regular issue coin in U.S. history that depicts
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS63 Uncertified. A well struck and attractive piece that has an exquisite reverse8738 - 1916 G$1 McKinley MS63 Uncertified. A well struck and attractive piece that has an exquisite reverse
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS63 Uncertified. A well struck and attractive piece that has an exquisite reverse, while the obverse is carefully preserved. The se
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS63 PCGS. An impressive honey-gold Commemorative that is well struck and has mild8739 - 1916 G$1 McKinley MS63 PCGS. An impressive honey-gold Commemorative that is well struck and has mild
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS63 PCGS. An impressive honey-gold Commemorative that is well struck and has mildly prooflike surfaces. Perhaps conservatively grad
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS65 PCGS. An exceptionally pleasing Gem example of this popular Commemorative Gol8740 - 1916 G$1 McKinley MS65 PCGS. An exceptionally pleasing Gem example of this popular Commemorative Gol
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS65 PCGS. An exceptionally pleasing Gem example of this popular Commemorative Gold coin. Each side is remarkably clean and covered
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS65 NGC. Smooth from rim to rim, as one would expect for a solidly graded Gem, th8741 - 1916 G$1 McKinley MS65 NGC. Smooth from rim to rim, as one would expect for a solidly graded Gem, th
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS65 NGC. Smooth from rim to rim, as one would expect for a solidly graded Gem, the surfaces are awash in lovely golden-rose color.
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS65 PCGS. The strike is nice and the bright, lustrous surfaces essentially flawle8742 - 1916 G$1 McKinley MS65 PCGS. The strike is nice and the bright, lustrous surfaces essentially flawle
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS65 PCGS. The strike is nice and the bright, lustrous surfaces essentially flawless. A possible candidate for upgrade, and, regardl
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. The lovely, reddish-gold color that overlays both sides is not uncommon8743 - 1916 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. The lovely, reddish-gold color that overlays both sides is not uncommon
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. The lovely, reddish-gold color that overlays both sides is not uncommon for this conditionally challenging issue. The sur
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. A Gem McKinley Gold Dollar with virtually pristine surfaces, with only.8744 - 1916 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. A Gem McKinley Gold Dollar with virtually pristine surfaces, with only.
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. A Gem McKinley Gold Dollar with virtually pristine surfaces, with only one mark of note on the reverse. Sharply struck wi
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. There is not a single distracting abrasion on either side of this beaut8745 - 1916 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. There is not a single distracting abrasion on either side of this beaut
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1916 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. There is not a single distracting abrasion on either side of this beautiful Gem. The surfaces are also free of other kind
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1917 G$1 McKinley--Scratched, Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU50. Orange-gold coloration.From The8746 - 1917 G$1 McKinley--Scratched, Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU50. Orange-gold coloration.From The
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1917 G$1 McKinley--Scratched, Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU50. Orange-gold coloration.From The Collection of Dennis Ridings. Important notice: W
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS64 PCGS. The vivid, reddish-gold features are uncommonly smooth even for the MS68747 - 1917 G$1 McKinley MS64 PCGS. The vivid, reddish-gold features are uncommonly smooth even for the MS6
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS64 PCGS. The vivid, reddish-gold features are uncommonly smooth even for the MS64 designation. With full, satiny luster and overal
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS65 NGC. Beautiful, variegated colors dance across smooth surfaces in reddish-gol8748 - 1917 G$1 McKinley MS65 NGC. Beautiful, variegated colors dance across smooth surfaces in reddish-gol
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS65 NGC. Beautiful, variegated colors dance across smooth surfaces in reddish-gold and golden-rose hues. There are no abrasions of
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. A high grade and very flashy example of this scarcer McKinley issue. Th8749 - 1917 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. A high grade and very flashy example of this scarcer McKinley issue. Th
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. A high grade and very flashy example of this scarcer McKinley issue. The fields on both sides are bright and prooflike wi
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. The surfaces show a significant lilac coloration in the fields and rece8750 - 1917 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. The surfaces show a significant lilac coloration in the fields and rece
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. The surfaces show a significant lilac coloration in the fields and recessed areas with deeper orange-gold accents surroun
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. This reddish-gold Gem is both expertly produced and carefully preserved8751 - 1917 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. This reddish-gold Gem is both expertly produced and carefully preserved
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS66 PCGS. This reddish-gold Gem is both expertly produced and carefully preserved. There are no mentionable distractions, and the l
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS67 PCGS. Well struck and lustrous with pristine surfaces. A wonderful Superb Gem8752 - 1917 G$1 McKinley MS67 PCGS. Well struck and lustrous with pristine surfaces. A wonderful Superb Gem
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1917 G$1 McKinley MS67 PCGS. Well struck and lustrous with pristine surfaces. A wonderful Superb Gem from the second year of issue, and the mintage of
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1922 G$1 Grant MS63 PCGS. A bright and lustrous example that is well struck aside from the tree trun8753 - 1922 G$1 Grant MS63 PCGS. A bright and lustrous example that is well struck aside from the tree trun
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1922 G$1 Grant MS63 PCGS. A bright and lustrous example that is well struck aside from the tree trunk near the window. A planchet flaw (as made) affec
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1922 G$1 Grant MS66 PCGS. This desirable example is housed in an older PCGS slab, and both sides are8754 - 1922 G$1 Grant MS66 PCGS. This desirable example is housed in an older PCGS slab, and both sides are
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1922 G$1 Grant MS66 PCGS. This desirable example is housed in an older PCGS slab, and both sides are sharply impressed with warm, original, orange-gol
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1922 G$1 Grant MS66 NGC. Richly toned for a Gold Commemorative, with olive, orange, and rose hues on8755 - 1922 G$1 Grant MS66 NGC. Richly toned for a Gold Commemorative, with olive, orange, and rose hues on
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1922 G$1 Grant MS66 NGC. Richly toned for a Gold Commemorative, with olive, orange, and rose hues on the obverse, while the reverse has yellow-green c
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1922 G$1 Grant MS66 PCGS. A pleasing Gem that has rich honey-gold color and lustrous surfaces. Exqui8756 - 1922 G$1 Grant MS66 PCGS. A pleasing Gem that has rich honey-gold color and lustrous surfaces. Exqui
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1922 G$1 Grant MS66 PCGS. A pleasing Gem that has rich honey-gold color and lustrous surfaces. Exquisitely preserved, and sharply struck with above av
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1922 G$1 Grant MS66 PCGS. Honey-gold peripheral shadings frame centers that exhibit either light or.8757 - 1922 G$1 Grant MS66 PCGS. Honey-gold peripheral shadings frame centers that exhibit either light or.
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1922 G$1 Grant MS66 PCGS. Honey-gold peripheral shadings frame centers that exhibit either light or moderate reddish-gold highlights. We are unable to
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star--Cleaned--ANACS. AU Details, Net XF40. The obverse has a few speckles of ta8758 - 1922 G$1 Grant with Star--Cleaned--ANACS. AU Details, Net XF40. The obverse has a few speckles of ta
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star--Cleaned--ANACS. AU Details, Net XF40. The obverse has a few speckles of tan-gold patina. A glossy and lightly worn represent
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS66 PCGS. Predominantly bright yellow-gold in color, with a pinkish patina8759 - 1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS66 PCGS. Predominantly bright yellow-gold in color, with a pinkish patina
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS66 PCGS. Predominantly bright yellow-gold in color, with a pinkish patina in the centers. An impressive Gem that is boldly
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS66 PCGS. Warm green-gold color envelops both sides of this carefully pres8760 - 1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS66 PCGS. Warm green-gold color envelops both sides of this carefully pres
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS66 PCGS. Warm green-gold color envelops both sides of this carefully preserved Commemorative. The features are boldly detai
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS66 NGC. A beautiful, well frosted Gem that displays characteristic olive-8761 - 1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS66 NGC. A beautiful, well frosted Gem that displays characteristic olive-
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS66 NGC. A beautiful, well frosted Gem that displays characteristic olive-gold color and vibrant, satiny luster. Important n
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS67 PCGS. An exquisite representative of the type, both the obverse and th8762 - 1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS67 PCGS. An exquisite representative of the type, both the obverse and th
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS67 PCGS. An exquisite representative of the type, both the obverse and the reverse are uncommonly free of distracting abras
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS67 PCGS. Rich pumpkin-orange and yellow-green color. A splendid Superb Ge8763 - 1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS67 PCGS. Rich pumpkin-orange and yellow-green color. A splendid Superb Ge
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS67 PCGS. Rich pumpkin-orange and yellow-green color. A splendid Superb Gem that has immaculate surfaces. The second tree tr
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS67 PCGS. Only 5,016 pieces were struck of the Grant Gold Dollar and few a8764 - 1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS67 PCGS. Only 5,016 pieces were struck of the Grant Gold Dollar and few a
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1922 G$1 Grant with Star MS67 PCGS. Only 5,016 pieces were struck of the Grant Gold Dollar and few are available in Superb condition. This piece is es
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS62 PCGS. Lustrous with rich honey-gold color and a bold strike. The r8765 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS62 PCGS. Lustrous with rich honey-gold color and a bold strike. The r
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS62 PCGS. Lustrous with rich honey-gold color and a bold strike. The reverse has a pair of inconsequential tick marks. A
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 PCGS. Full luster is seen on both sides and the obverse is conside8766 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 PCGS. Full luster is seen on both sides and the obverse is conside
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 PCGS. Full luster is seen on both sides and the obverse is considerably cleaner than the average Choice example. Imp
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Only the occasional surface mark interrupts the generous lust8767 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Only the occasional surface mark interrupts the generous lust
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Only the occasional surface mark interrupts the generous luster on this Choice example. Important notice: We ex
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Bright and eye-clean, with even, shimmering luster on both si8768 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Bright and eye-clean, with even, shimmering luster on both si
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Bright and eye-clean, with even, shimmering luster on both sides. Important notice: We expect to be auctioning
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Few choice uncirculated examples of this type display the att8769 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Few choice uncirculated examples of this type display the att
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Few choice uncirculated examples of this type display the attractive, satiny orange brilliance that this specim
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 PCGS. A lustrous and bold golden-brown representative that has a c8770 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 PCGS. A lustrous and bold golden-brown representative that has a c
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 PCGS. A lustrous and bold golden-brown representative that has a clean obverse and a couple of faint luster grazes i
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Bright and lustrous with a normal strike for the issue and li8771 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Bright and lustrous with a normal strike for the issue and li
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS63 NGC. Bright and lustrous with a normal strike for the issue and light reverse abrasions. Important notice: We expect
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. A pleasing original specimen with overall matte-like luster..8772 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. A pleasing original specimen with overall matte-like luster..
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. A pleasing original specimen with overall matte-like luster. Important notice: We expect to be auctioning lots
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. This lustrous specimen displays fresh golden luster. A few co8773 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. This lustrous specimen displays fresh golden luster. A few co
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. This lustrous specimen displays fresh golden luster. A few copper flecks are noted on the surfaces but do littl
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. Well defined with shimmering mint frost and a small obverse s8774 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. Well defined with shimmering mint frost and a small obverse s
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. Well defined with shimmering mint frost and a small obverse scratch that defines the grade. Important notice: W
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. Full mint frost with nice definition and only a few minor mar8775 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. Full mint frost with nice definition and only a few minor mar
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. Full mint frost with nice definition and only a few minor marks that prevent Gem consideration for this pleasin
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. Fully brilliant with a nice strike, a few minor abrasions, an8776 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. Fully brilliant with a nice strike, a few minor abrasions, an
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 NGC. Fully brilliant with a nice strike, a few minor abrasions, and a small dark spot on the reverse, on the N of UN
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 PCGS. Crisp golden color and a bold strike compliment the lustrous8777 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 PCGS. Crisp golden color and a bold strike compliment the lustrous
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 PCGS. Crisp golden color and a bold strike compliment the lustrous surfaces of this near-Gem specimen. Important not
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 PCGS. Dashing golden luster boldly frames the details of this beau8778 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 PCGS. Dashing golden luster boldly frames the details of this beau
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS64 PCGS. Dashing golden luster boldly frames the details of this beautiful design. Important notice: We expect to be au
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 PCGS. This is an uncommonly smooth coin for the type with lovely,.8779 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 PCGS. This is an uncommonly smooth coin for the type with lovely,.
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 PCGS. This is an uncommonly smooth coin for the type with lovely, orange-gold luster and no bothersome handling mark
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Smooth with fulsome mint frost and original orange and golden8780 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Smooth with fulsome mint frost and original orange and golden
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Smooth with fulsome mint frost and original orange and golden-rose coloration, this coin would do wonders for a
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Every bit the Gem, this frosty, orange-gold example is uncomm8781 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Every bit the Gem, this frosty, orange-gold example is uncomm
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Every bit the Gem, this frosty, orange-gold example is uncommonly abrasion-free for the type. A faint laminatio
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Rich orange-gold color envelops surfaces that are fully lustr8782 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Rich orange-gold color envelops surfaces that are fully lustr
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Rich orange-gold color envelops surfaces that are fully lustrous and virtually abrasion-free. A single alloy sp
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Pleasingly original, both the obverse and reverse are awash i8783 - 1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Pleasingly original, both the obverse and reverse are awash i
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1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Pleasingly original, both the obverse and reverse are awash in scintillating mint frost. Orange-gold in color,
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter AU58 NGC. Traces of luster remain on the gray surfaces, along with pale ir8784 - 1893 25C Isabella Quarter AU58 NGC. Traces of luster remain on the gray surfaces, along with pale ir
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter AU58 NGC. Traces of luster remain on the gray surfaces, along with pale iridescent colors which linger near the borders. An
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS63 PCGS. Sharply defined and minimally marked for the grade with russet.8785 - 1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS63 PCGS. Sharply defined and minimally marked for the grade with russet.
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS63 PCGS. Sharply defined and minimally marked for the grade with russet and violet patina over full underlying luster. A p
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS. While the surfaces appear smooth enough to warrant a Gem rating8786 - 1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS. While the surfaces appear smooth enough to warrant a Gem rating
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS. While the surfaces appear smooth enough to warrant a Gem rating, slightly subdued obverse luster seems to uphold
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS. Lovely waves of copper-gold, powder-blue, lilac, and russet pat8787 - 1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS. Lovely waves of copper-gold, powder-blue, lilac, and russet pat
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS. Lovely waves of copper-gold, powder-blue, lilac, and russet patina enrich the surfaces of this well struck near-G
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS. Rich speckles of tobacco-brown and cobalt-blue patina encroach.8788 - 1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS. Rich speckles of tobacco-brown and cobalt-blue patina encroach.
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS64 PCGS. Rich speckles of tobacco-brown and cobalt-blue patina encroach upon the centers. Lustrous and well struck with cl
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS65 NGC. Both sides are silky smooth in sheen with few blemishes of any k8789 - 1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS65 NGC. Both sides are silky smooth in sheen with few blemishes of any k
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS65 NGC. Both sides are silky smooth in sheen with few blemishes of any kind. The strike is sharp in all areas, and the eye
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS65 NGC. Multiple layers of rich, original toning overlay both sides in a8790 - 1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS65 NGC. Multiple layers of rich, original toning overlay both sides in a
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS65 NGC. Multiple layers of rich, original toning overlay both sides in antique-copper, reddish-champagne, and golden-blue
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS66 PCGS. Rich cobalt-blue peripherally shadings frame equally desirable.8791 - 1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS66 PCGS. Rich cobalt-blue peripherally shadings frame equally desirable.
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS66 PCGS. Rich cobalt-blue peripherally shadings frame equally desirable centers that are overlaid in antique-copper and sl
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS66 NGC. A gorgeous coin for the toning enthusiast, both sides display ov8792 - 1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS66 NGC. A gorgeous coin for the toning enthusiast, both sides display ov
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1893 25C Isabella Quarter MS66 NGC. A gorgeous coin for the toning enthusiast, both sides display overlapping swirls of reddish-copper and cobalt-blue
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1900 S$1 Lafayette Dollar MS60 NGC. DuVall 3-D, "Very Rare." Dot close to first A in AMERICA, second8793 - 1900 S$1 Lafayette Dollar MS60 NGC. DuVall 3-D, "Very Rare." Dot close to first A in AMERICA, second
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1900 S$1 Lafayette Dollar MS60 NGC. DuVall 3-D, "Very Rare." Dot close to first A in AMERICA, second T in STATES repunched at the base. De...
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1900 S$1 Lafayette Dollar MS61 ANACS. DuVall 2-C, Rare. The second S in STATES is repunched. Nicely.8794 - 1900 S$1 Lafayette Dollar MS61 ANACS. DuVall 2-C, Rare. The second S in STATES is repunched. Nicely.
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1900 S$1 Lafayette Dollar MS61 ANACS. DuVall 2-C, Rare. The second S in STATES is repunched. Nicely lustrous with light apricot color and a good strik
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1900 S$1 Lafayette Dollar MS65 NGC. A nearly flawless example of this always-popular commemorative D8795 - 1900 S$1 Lafayette Dollar MS65 NGC. A nearly flawless example of this always-popular commemorative D
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1900 S$1 Lafayette Dollar MS65 NGC. A nearly flawless example of this always-popular commemorative Dollar. The obverse is toned in rich shades of oliv
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1921 50C Alabama MS64 NGC. An attractive specimen for the grade. The luster grazes that account for.8796 - 1921 50C Alabama MS64 NGC. An attractive specimen for the grade. The luster grazes that account for.
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1921 50C Alabama MS64 NGC. An attractive specimen for the grade. The luster grazes that account for the grade are so evenly dispersed and inconsequent
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1921 50C Alabama MS65 PCGS. Every bit the Gem, both sides of this lustrous example are silent on the8797 - 1921 50C Alabama MS65 PCGS. Every bit the Gem, both sides of this lustrous example are silent on the
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1921 50C Alabama MS65 PCGS. Every bit the Gem, both sides of this lustrous example are silent on the subject of bothersome abrasions. There is little
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1921 50C Alabama MS65 PCGS. This well preserved Gem was sharply impressed, and has only acquired a h8798 - 1921 50C Alabama MS65 PCGS. This well preserved Gem was sharply impressed, and has only acquired a h
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1921 50C Alabama MS65 PCGS. This well preserved Gem was sharply impressed, and has only acquired a handful of trivial blemishes. The surfaces are prim
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1921 50C Alabama MS66 NGC. An absolutely stunning Alabama, the surfaces are bright and untoned throu8799 - 1921 50C Alabama MS66 NGC. An absolutely stunning Alabama, the surfaces are bright and untoned throu
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1921 50C Alabama MS66 NGC. An absolutely stunning Alabama, the surfaces are bright and untoned throughout with the thick mint frost that is commonly s
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1921 50C Alabama MS66 PCGS. Wonderfully original with eye appeal to spare, this coin displays soft,.8800 - 1921 50C Alabama MS66 PCGS. Wonderfully original with eye appeal to spare, this coin displays soft,.
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1921 50C Alabama MS66 PCGS. Wonderfully original with eye appeal to spare, this coin displays soft, mottled peripheral shadings on the obverse in oliv
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1921 50C Alabama 2x2 MS63 PCGS. The peripheral legends have traces of PVC residue. A faint die crack8801 - 1921 50C Alabama 2x2 MS63 PCGS. The peripheral legends have traces of PVC residue. A faint die crack
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1921 50C Alabama 2x2 MS63 PCGS. The peripheral legends have traces of PVC residue. A faint die crack (as made) bisects the eagle. An unabraded but typ
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1921 50C Alabama 2x2 MS65 NGC. Much of the original mint brilliance remains in the center of each si8802 - 1921 50C Alabama 2x2 MS65 NGC. Much of the original mint brilliance remains in the center of each si
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1921 50C Alabama 2x2 MS65 NGC. Much of the original mint brilliance remains in the center of each side with deep golden-brown and sea-green toning aro
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1921 50C Alabama 2x2 MS66 PCGS. This is one of the loveliest Gem quality Alabama 2x2 Halves that thi8803 - 1921 50C Alabama 2x2 MS66 PCGS. This is one of the loveliest Gem quality Alabama 2x2 Halves that thi
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1921 50C Alabama 2x2 MS66 PCGS. This is one of the loveliest Gem quality Alabama 2x2 Halves that this cataloger has ever handled. Both sides are smoot
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1936 50C Albany MS67 NGC. Burnt orange hues blend into russet, then deep gray hues on both sides of.8804 - 1936 50C Albany MS67 NGC. Burnt orange hues blend into russet, then deep gray hues on both sides of.
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1936 50C Albany MS67 NGC. Burnt orange hues blend into russet, then deep gray hues on both sides of this distraction free specimen. Only a handful of
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1937 50C Antietam--Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU55. A brilliant and lustrous Commemorative tha8805 - 1937 50C Antietam--Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU55. A brilliant and lustrous Commemorative tha
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1937 50C Antietam--Cleaned--ANACS. Unc Details, Net AU55. A brilliant and lustrous Commemorative that is slightly glossy but free from hairlines. A sm
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1937 50C Antietam MS66 PCGS. Mottled golden-russet toning is noted mostly on the obverse.From the Co8806 - 1937 50C Antietam MS66 PCGS. Mottled golden-russet toning is noted mostly on the obverse.From the Co
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1937 50C Antietam MS66 PCGS. Mottled golden-russet toning is noted mostly on the obverse.From the Col. Carmine Penta Collection. Important notice: We
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1937 50C Antietam MS66 NGC. Deep hues of russet-gray toning are evenly distributed on the surfaces o8807 - 1937 50C Antietam MS66 NGC. Deep hues of russet-gray toning are evenly distributed on the surfaces o
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1937 50C Antietam MS66 NGC. Deep hues of russet-gray toning are evenly distributed on the surfaces of this wholly original specimen. Important notice:
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1935 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS. The borders have rich golden-brown patina, while the centers have pearl8808 - 1935 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS. The borders have rich golden-brown patina, while the centers have pearl
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1935 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS. The borders have rich golden-brown patina, while the centers have pearl-gray color. Boldly struck and exquisitely preserv
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1935 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS. The otherwise dove-gray surfaces exhibit irregular russet-copper shadin8809 - 1935 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS. The otherwise dove-gray surfaces exhibit irregular russet-copper shadin
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1935 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS. The otherwise dove-gray surfaces exhibit irregular russet-copper shadings mainly near the peripheries, a small amount of
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1935-D 50C Arkansas MS67 PCGS. Conditionally rare, and desirable as such, this smooth example is sil8810 - 1935-D 50C Arkansas MS67 PCGS. Conditionally rare, and desirable as such, this smooth example is sil
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1935-D 50C Arkansas MS67 PCGS. Conditionally rare, and desirable as such, this smooth example is silent on the subject of distracting abrasions. Both
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1938 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS. A well struck and brilliant Gem with satiny luster and essentially imma8811 - 1938 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS. A well struck and brilliant Gem with satiny luster and essentially imma
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1938 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS. A well struck and brilliant Gem with satiny luster and essentially immaculate surfaces. Originally issued only as part of
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