Click title/picture for details. offer US $3,375.00 1925-D $2 1/2 MS65 NGC. After a decade-long break, production of the quarter eagle series resumed in 1925, although only in Denver. Although easily located in most grades, the 1925-D is scarce in grades higher than Gem. Glistening luster radiates from the medium-yellow surfaces of this carefully preserved piece. The strike is sharp, and there are no detracting marks. NGC has certified only 42 examples finer.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $1,550.00 1910-D St. Gaudens $20 gold piece in really wonderful condition for its age. I see nothing worn off or down on this coin. I can still read all of the writing on the coin without any trouble.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $1,380.00 spectacular burnished die type 2007 - W mintmark $50 (one troy ounce) American Gold Eagle coin. This coin is NGC graded MS - 70, blue label early release, and as the photos show, this coin is perfect. Great strike, great color, full luster, and without any visible imperfections .
Click title/picture for details. offer US $2,929.00 This well-struck beauty is a 1932 $10 Indian gold eagle graded Choice MS64 by PCGS. The devices are intricately detailed on both sides of the coin, and the satin-smooth fields glow with brilliant original mint luster. With far fewer bagmarks than the standard MS64 from this mintage, in my opinion this gold beauty just barely misses the Gem MS65 designation and is worth a substantial premium over the average MS64 in this mintage. The Philadelphia Mint produced an original mintage of just over 4.4 million $10 Indian gold coins in 1932. Most of this original mintage has been lost to circulation or the massive bullion melts of the 1930's. PCGS has certified this gorgeous gold gem at Choice MS64
Click title/picture for details. offer US $1,695.00 1882 S $5 Gold Half Eagle, graded by NGC MS64. This is a beautiful, problem-free coin, with plenty of original mint luster. Hard to find in this grade. -