1792 P Early Half Dimes (1792-1836) Half Dime MS64 PCGS\CAC
1792 H10c PCGS/CAC MS64 (Pogue Collection) Early Half Dime Famous Rarity.
The 1792 half disme needs little introduction to serious coin collectors. This PCGS MS64 coin from the famous Pogue Collection is one of just two examples to be CAC approved in this grade, with a single example finer. In our opinion this may be the finest example in terms of pure eye appeal and aesthetic. It’s has full, original mint luster with colorful toning. Simply pristine.
1802 P Liberty Cap, Head Facing Right 1802/1 Two and a half Dollar NGC MS-64
Price: $134,995.00 + $20.00 shipping
1802/1 Turban Head $2 1/2 Gold MS-64 NGC Certified
• This 1802/1 $2 1/2 is of the highest rarity and quality for the date and series. Well struck with soft satiny luster and no adjustment marks.
• NGC population of only 3 coins
1864 P Indian Cents (Proof) L On Ribbon Cent RB PCGS\CAC PR65
1864-L 1c PCGS/CAC Proof 65 RB (L On Ribbon) Major US Rarity
The proof 164-L Indian cent is one of the great numismatic rarities in the entire catalog. On a par with the 1864 Small Motto Proof 2-cent piece and 1867 Shield Nickel in proof, the 64-L is highly coveted as a very low mintage rarity. It is estimated that 20 examples were struck and this gorgeous gem Red-Brown with CAC approval is certainly among the finest 4-5 examples to survive. It is particularly attractive with lots of red remaining over strong, mirrored surfaces. A great coin for an advanced collection. Another PCGS/CAC PR65 RB example sold recently for $135,125 (Heritage: 8/12). Prior to that an example realized $161,000 (Heritage: 10/11)
1851 No Mint Mark Pioneer Gold Fifty Dollar NGC MS-63
1851 Humbert Fifty Dollar, 887 Thous., MS63 Tied for Finest Known 1851 $50 RE Humbert Fifty Dollar, Reeded Edge, 887 Thous. MS63 NGC. K-6. Target Reverse. AUGUSTUS UNITED STATES ASSAY OFFICE OF GOLD SAN FRANCISCO and date around the outer margins of the obverse and majestic eagle center. This is an exceptional Humbert fifty dollar iconic gold slug that is the epitome of all Pioneer Gold coinage. It is a “wonder coin” that has managed to survive for 163 years in remarkable shape. The surfaces still show generous mint luster with orange-gold prevailing, deepening into brownish-gold near portions of the upper obverse and the central reverse. There are none of the usually seen rim bumps or heavy abrasions. This MS63 specimen is tied for the Finest Known Specimen. An MS62 PCGS example brought $440,625 in a January auction. This superior specimen only 295,000