Own a piece of numismatic history. This coin was in the Dr. Steve Duckor collection. Attractive light peach-orange toning which is more vibrant on the reverse. To date, PCGS has only graded four higher. CAC Approved!
Our price: $1,999.00
TOP POP!! PCGS has only graded three at this level with NONE FINER. In fact, it is the third most valuable Jefferson in the entire series (based on the PCGS Price Guide). Only the 1954-S in MS67FS and the 1953-S in MS66FS are more expensive.
Absolutely blast surfaces with brilliant pastel tones. In non-full steps MS67+ is the highest graded by PCGS. This has to be one of the finest known of this type and it has stronger eye appeal than the three coins shown on Coin Facts.
Our price: $799.00
Several dates in the 1950's minted at San Francisco are notorious for being weakly struck and those with Full Steps are quite rare. 1952 is one of those dates. In Premium GEM PCGS has only graded 13 in 66 FS with just two in 66+ FS - none finer.
Our price: $2,950.00
Superb Gem proof deep cameo Franklins from the early 50's can be extremely hard to find. This outstanding example has frosty devices and deep mirrors. PCGS has only graded 17 finer.
Our price: $9,950.00
It is hard to imagine a more stunningly beautiful 55-D. Between rarity (Neither PCGS nor NGC has graded on higher), incredible toning, and just four at this level receiving CAC stickers, this will be a prize for an advanced Washington Collector. (PCGS 3/0, NGC 32/0, CAC 4/0)
Our price: $7,500.00
Condition Rarity! NGC has only graded 11 at this level, with just one finer (69). Of note, you can see die polish on the base of the portrait extending into the field. We have seen this on another coin of the same date and grade.
Our price: $2,795.00