This astoundingly beautiful proof 1904 is one of only three graded at this level by PCGS with none finer. Purchased from the mint by Mercer when issued (he tried to corner the market), this coin was first sold at auction on May 2, 1931 in the Barnet, Mercer, Broadford and Zolotzeff collection.
Our price: $29,950.00
This 1914-D $10 GEM is simply gorgeous with excellent surfaces and luster. Not only rare, but these only come up for auction about once a year or so. For an advanced collector or registry set.
Our price: $11,250.00
This is one of the great rarities of 20th century gold coins. Lovely original Near Gem. A paltry `164,000 were minted and of those only 47 have been graded by PCGS in MS63 with just 10 and MS64 and two in MS64+ None Finer!! A special opportunity for an advanced gold collector. CAC Approved!
Our price: $17,500.00
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: $449.00
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: $1,250.00
An exceptional superb gem with gold and red toning by areas of the rims, and soft red pastels in the central areas. And, this coin is one in a million. Literally. PCGS has only graded 30 at this level with just one higher. Given a mintage of more than 32 million coins - well, you can do the m...
Our price: $1,299.00
Accented Hair! It is estimated the fewer than 195,000 of the 1964 Proof Kennedy's were minted with the Accented Hair design - or about 5% of the mintage. Rare in this lofty condition of preservation. PCGC has only graded 31 at this level and just 19 finer.
Our price: $4,250.00
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: $1,495.00