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Photo Denom Date Grade TPG Variety GFRC Rating Price Description Buy
Capped Bust 50C 1808 Capped Bust 50C 1808
VF25 PCGS
16349666
O-102a
Original $335 New October 7! Second Year Design Issue, Golden-Gray Patina, Steely Fields, Near-Choice, Sooner Collection.. Early date Capped Bust halves are consistently popular in all collector grades. The Sooner Collection is releasing an 1808 O-102a example with light coin gray patina including golden overtones. Fields bring a steely texture with some luster under angled lighting review. A near-choice offering with heavy obverse die clashing. The O-102 die pairing is easily attributed by a die dot on the left facing wing. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Capped Bust 50C 1811 Capped Bust 50C 1811
Large 8
AU50 NGC
1720923007
O-104a
Original $850 New October 7! Large 8, Steely Luster, Golden-Gray Patina, Crusty Reverse, Sooner Collection.. Steely granular luster is readily apparent for this original 1811 O-104a half given the mint bloom surrounding stars and date. Surfaces are coin gray with a shift to golden overtones under bright light. The reverse brings a thick crusty gray patina that mutes the residual luster. The O-104a die state captures heavily arcing obverse die cracks and a polished out lower reverse. Previously part of the massive Skidaway Island Collection with essentially all Overton varieties. Housed in newer NGC holder with edge view insert and Skidaway Island Collection label.
Capped Bust 50C 1817 Capped Bust 50C 1817
Single Leaf
EF45 PCGS
29724987
O-106a
R3
Choice $650 New October 7! Single Leaf Reverse, Lovely Antique Gray Toning, Choice Surfaces, Sooner Collection.. A pleasing 1817 O-106a "single leaf" reverse example with pristine surfaces. Toning is mostly antique gray with traces of olive-gold at the reverse periphery. An R3 rarity die state and collected by those wishing for a higher degree of challenge for their Overtons. Fully choice. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder.
Seated 50C 1853 Seated 50C 1853
Arrows & Rays
EF45 ANACS OWH
960262

Choice $425 New October 7! Partially Mirrored, Charcoal Gray Patina, Superb Eye Appeal, Sooner Collection.. I'm calling an immediate JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation for this super 1853 A&R half. A stately museum class piece with charcoal gray toning that fully transitions to olive-gold with angled lighting. Partially mirrored fields provide ample reflectance. Heavy die cracks encircle the obverse. Yes, it is housed in ANACS old white holder which is a badge of honor for this superb Sooner Collection offering.
Seated 50C 1859S Seated 50C 1859-S
EF45 PCGS
38222202
WB-2
Choice HOLD
$550
New October 7! Large S, Crusty Olive-Gray, Choice Original, Sooner Collection.. The crusty olive-gray patina is 100% original land easily detected via images. Super choice and fairly graded. Immediately sold upon being showcased in the Daily Blog. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Seated 50C 1861 Seated 50C 1861
EF40 PCGS
31896027

Choice HOLD
$225
New October 7! Crusty Coin Gray, Steely Fields, Choice Surfaces, Sooner Collection.. A choice Sooner Collection offering with natural coin gray toning and steely fields. Immediately purchased when showcased in the Daily Blog. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder.
Seated 50C 1864S Seated 50C 1864-S
AU50 ANACS OWH
2368738
WB-1
Choice HOLD
$875
New October 7! Superb Eye Appeal, Lightly Mirrored Fields, Choice Surfaces, Sooner Collection.. A perfect 1864-S WB-1 at grade! Yes, the ANACS old white may turn off some collectors for long term marketability but we still buy coins and not holders. Worthy of a JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation though immediately sold when showcased in the Daily Blog. Housed in ANACS old white holder.
Seated 25C 1858S Seated 25C 1858-S
EF40 PCGS
04364114
Briggs 2-B
Choice HOLD
$3600
New October 6! Key Date, Rare Grade, Gun Metal Gray-Blue, Pleasing Surfaces, City By The Bay Collection. The year 1858 begins a four-year stretch within the Seated quarter series where San Francisco coins at the EF level and above are especially elusive. This condition rarity was only recognized within the last 20 years or so, as grading population data became more well known. The City by the Bay consignor has recently upgraded and is releasing this choice duplicate. Surfaces are lightly worn with uniform gun metal gray-blue in the fields. Angled lighting review indicates steely fields that are essentially unabraded. The strike is complete with distinct star centers. Mintage is only 121,000 with all reaching western frontier circulation as a workhorse denomination. PCGS population is 16 at grade with only one auction appearance in the past decade. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Seated 50C 1839 Seated 50C 1839
With Drapery
AU58
PCGS
28257211
WB-5
Choice HOLD
$1850
New October 6! With Drapery, Near-Gem Original, Sooner Collection. This richly toned example exhibits deep gold and burgundy hues with the central figures a shade lighter. The piece is well-struck with mostly complete star centers and complete feather detail in the eagle. Surface are near smooth with some chatter evident above the eagle. Bugert notes this variety sometimes comes with slight die rotation, as seen here. The eye appeal is wholesome, an opinion shared by CAC. Ex. Seal Beach and Grey Soldier Collections. Housed in a PCGS Gen 5.0 (2014-2015) Dupont hologram holder.
Seated 50C 1840O Seated 50C 1840-O
EF45 PCGS
21860943
WB-3
Choice HOLD
$600
New October 6! Shattered Reverse, Choice Surfaces, Gun Metal Blue-Gray Patina, Conservatively Graded, Sooner Collection. Ex. Grey Soldier Collection. Yet another case where GFRC photography is unable to accurate illustrate the beauty of an offered silver piece. The Sooner Collection is releasing a splendid 1840-O WB-3 half with bold reverse die cracks. Struck from early die state dies that were well polished. The result is fields with a partially mirrored appearance plus strong reflectance under angled lighting. Grading is conservative for this EF45 certified example. The Grey Soldier consignor was an active GFRC client during the early years whereby GFRC sold his entire collection via the fixed price list. Sadly, our friend passed away during the early months of the Covid-19 pandemic. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Seated 50C 1842 Seated 50C 1842
Medium Date, Rev 1842
EF45 PCGS
37248027
WB-12
Choice HOLD
$325
New October 6! Repunched Date, Rose-Gray Toning, Steely Fields, Sooner Collection. A classic WB-12 example with bold repunching below the 8 and 4 digits along with obverse die cracks. This repunched obverse die is paired with two reverse, this offering being the second marriage. Note the heavy die crack at (HALF DO)L with a potential cud being formed with additional strikes. This is choice example with steely fields and a base layer of rose-gray patina. Bright light viewing accentuates peripheral gold on both sides. A few micro marks in the right obverse field do not bother me as this piece has so much going for it. Yet another great offering from the Sooner Collection. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Seated 50C 1843 Seated 50C 1843
EF45 NGC
2661339002
WB-29
Choice $475 New October 6! Shattered Reverse, Residual Steely Luster, Choice Surfaces, Sooner Collection.. A beautifully preserved 1843 Seated half struck with late die state WB-29 die pairing. Many collectors strike to locate the later WB-29 die states due to spectacular reverse die cracks. Surfaces still retain some steely reflectance while being covered by intermixed rose-blue toning. Angled lighting review is eye catching. A superior example for the certified grade and typical of the Sooner Collection offerings. Housed in newer NGC holder with edge view insert.
Seated 50C 1845O Seated 50C 1845-O
EF45
PCGS
37425410
WB-1
Gem HOLD
$475
New October 6! Repunched Date, Gem Original, Pristine Surfaces, Sooner Collection.. A marvelous 1845-O WB-1 at grade with unabraded surfaces protected by a moderately crusty coin gray patina. This piece screams originality along with a complete strike. Weakness on stars 1 through 3 is a function of die preparation and maintenance. Immediately purchased upon being showcased in the Daily Blog. A fantastic offering from the Sooner Collection. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval. The label documents RPD FS-303 WB-108 attribution.
Seated 50C 1846 Seated 50C 1846
Medium Date
EF45 PCGS
26561320
WB-9
Choice HOLD
$350
New October 6! Choice Original, Charcoal Gray Patina, Residual Steely Luster, Well Struck, Old Time Conservative Grading, Sooner Collection. 1846 Medium Date Seated halves are readily available therefore collectors should focus on above average examples that provide value. This is the case for the choice original specimen from the Sooner Collection. As with other Sooner offerings, quality is high while being a desireable late die state WB-9 die variety. Reverse is heavily cracked well beyond the Bugert descriptions in his new Philadelphia Register for the series. Surfaces are a combination of steely luster and natural charcoal gray patina. Residual reverse luster is crisp and pleasing. Grading is conservative at the assigned EF45 level. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.5 (2012-2013) holder.
Seated 50C 1848 Seated 50C 1848
AU55 PCGS
27651182
WB-4
Original HOLD
$1000
New October 6! Repunched 4, Steely Luster, Steel Gray Patina, Near-Choice Surfaces, Sooner Collection. Ex. Oregon Beaver Collection. 1848 Philadelphia strikes are a better date in all grades. Mintage was a moderate 580,000 pieces with the surviving population peaking at the AU grade level; typical for Philadelphia struck issues. This near-choice original example is well balanced and pleasing. Steely reflective is a primary highlight along with sei-transparent gun metal gray patina. During bright light viewing, the obverse coloring melts away leaving faint gray with some peripheral gold. Revers toning is light center rose with peripheral blues; very pretty! . Strike is typical with some areas of weakness at the upper obvers and on the reverse eagle's left leg and claws. Some obverse field hairlines keep this offering a Choice quality rating. Housed in PCGS 4.6 (2013-2014) holder.
Draped Bust $1 1800 Draped Bust $1 1800
12 Arrows
VF35
PCGS
42294971
B-17 BB-196
Gem $4550 New October 4! 12 Arrows, Natural Olive-Gray, Gem at Grade, Port Matilda Collection. Consignor Buyout - Price Reduction. Little needs to be said for this 1800 B-17 BB-196 Draped Bust dollar as the images accurately captured the coloration and moderately circulated cameo eye appeal. Surfaces are essentially unabraded and certain to please the advanced collector. An obverse die crack is seen from rim up through the lower curls. A truly distinguished offering that warrants its offer premium. One could wait years before seeing such a pleasing circulated 12 Arrows. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2022) holder with CAC approval.
Indian 1C 1871 Indian 1C 1871
AU55
PCGS
14577487

Choice $750 New October 4! Semi-Key Date, Conservative Grading, Choice Original, Golden-Brown Coloration, Port Matilda Collection. Consignor Buyout - Price Reduction - When first inspecting this 1871 Indian with a 10x, the first question was where is the rub? This certified AU55 is conservatively graded at least to AU58. Surfaces have a golden-brown coloration along with being absolutely pristine. Strike is also hammered to round out the superlatives. I'm going with a JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation for this semi-key date Indian. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder with CAC approval.
Indian 1C 1879 Indian 1C 1879
MS64RB
PCGS
84260726

Choice $400 New October 4! Copper-Orange, Frosted Orange Luster, Near Gem Original, Port Matilda Collection. Consignor Buyout - Price Reduction. Ex. Iowa Collection. An old friend returns to GFRC by way of a consignor with recent buyout. This near-gem 1879 Indian presents frosted orange luster when exposed to angled lighting. In-hand viewing is a lovely copper-orange. Fully struck with unabraded surfaces. A little bolder luster would push this piece to full gem certification. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Seated 50C 1854O Seated 50C 1854-O
MS62 NGC
1922231008
WB-1
Choice $1225 New October 1! Creamy Frosted Luster, Light Gold Toning, Moderate Cartwheels, Hammered Strike. A classic 1854-O WB-1 Mint State example with heavy machine doubling at the date and stars. Die cracks are consistent with a later die state per Bugert's reference. Granular mint bloom covers both sides leading to a creamy textured frosted luster. Cartwheel action is moderate given the heavy mint frost. A light gold patina exhibits deeper shades at the peripheries. Accurate graded due to some obverse field chatter but with eye appeal of a higher grade. Housed in NGC Gen 17 (2004-2008) holder.
Capped Bust 50C 1808 Capped Bust 50C 1808
F12
PCGS
24740259
O-110
R4
Choice HOLD
$400
New September 30! Better Overton Die Pairing, Circulated Cameo Eye Appeal, Natural Coin Gray. This 1808 O-110 offering features circulated cameo eye appeal and an R4 rarity rating. Substantial demand resulted when posted in the Daily Blog and being immediately sold. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.5 (2012-2013) holder with CAC approval.
Capped Bust 50C 1821 Capped Bust 50C 1821
VF20
PCGS
26837999
O-106
Choice HOLD
$235
New September 30! Superb Eye Appeal at Grade, Choice Original, CAC Approval. An evenly worn 1821 O-106 Capped Bust half with superb eye appeal at the certified grade. Promptly sold upon being posted in the Daily Blog, Housed in PCGS Gen 4.5 (2012-2013) holder with CAC approval.
Capped Bust 50C 1823 Capped Bust 50C 1823
EF45
PCGS
37048360
O-105
Choice HOLD
$475
New September 30! Crusty Light Gray, Residual Frosted Luster, Choice Surfaces. Strict originality is readily evident as the crusty light gray patina is the primary attribute of this choice 1823 O-105 Capped Bust half. Angled lighting expose peripheral gold shades and a reasonable amount of frosted luster. "Dirt' is present in several of the protected device area. An earlier dated half that is priced at the CDN CAC price guide. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Flying Eagle 1C 1857 Flying Eagle 1C 1857
MS64
NGC
3318599007

Choice HOLD
$2200
New September 30! Glowing Frosted Luster, Orange-Brown Coloration, Bold Strike, Near-Gem, Westend Avenue Collection. The fact that the Flying Eagle design was a short lived issue probably explains its constant demand as a type coin. Struck for high volume circulation for only two years if one ignores the rare 1856 proof strikes. The Westend Collection is back with more of his top of the ladder releases including this near-gem 1857 cent. Bright light viewing brings about glowing frosted luster with orange-brown centers and peripheral orange and yellow copper gold. Strike is fully impressed along with unabraded surfaces. The GFRC images are woefully inadequate in terms of illustrating the "just minted" natural beauty that this piece offers. Housed in newer NGC holder with edge view insert and CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1880S Morgan $1 1880-S
MS67
PCGS
25571104

Gem HOLD
$1150
New September 30! Brilliant Frosted Luster, Aquamarine-Gold Obverse Toning, Vibrant Cartwheels, Unquestionable Gem, Westend Avenue Collection. The Westend Avenue continues to release top of the ladder offerings including this superb gem 1880-S Morgan. One can't help but notice the interaction between micro-granular frosted luster and the aquamarine-gold toning. Cartwheels are all there and as expected at the certified grade. Surfaces are essentially pristine with a single luster break within the lower right obverse field. Guaranteed to please those with high expectations! Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1880S Morgan $1 1880-S
MS67
NGC
6343555007

Gem HOLD
$1150
New September 30! Exceptional Eye Appeal, Gem Original, Westend Avenue Collection. An accurately graded 1880-S Morgan with lightly mirrored fields resulting in moderate cameo effects. The presentation is exceptional and warrants a JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation. Immediately purchased upon being posted in the Daily Blog. Housed in new large font NGC holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1884CC Morgan $1 1884-CC
MS65DMPL PCGS
45381160

Gem HOLD
$1700
New September 30! Heavily Mirrored, Sharp Reflective Luster, Light Peripheral Gold, Unqualified Gem, Westend Avenue Collection. Deep mirrored Morgan dollars are a pleasure to handle when located at the gem grade level. This Westend Avenue release exhibits sharply mirrored fields and corresponding reflective luster. As with all DMPLs, field abrasions are amplified leading to difficulties being certified as a gem. Obverse and reverse mirrors are consistent with ample die polish lines visible under 10x. The die area surrounding the tail feathers has been poorly finished with a host of randomly orientated die polish lines. Faint peripheral copper-gold is more prevalent on the obverse. A worthy specimen for those that wish to own a higher end DMPL Morgan, especially with Carson City mintmark. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2022) holder.
Seated 50C 1856O Seated 50C 1856-O
MS64 PCGS
36759675
WB-14
Choice HOLD
$2350
New September 30! Repunched 56, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, Lightly Toned. A thoroughly pleasing 1856-O WB-14 Seated half with continuous mint bloom on both sides. The active surfaces result in brilliant luster when viewing with angled lighting. Swirling cartwheels are consistent with the certified grade. Lightly toned with rose-gray and teal shades. Eye appeal is superb. The obverse and reverse strikes are hammered in the centers will exhibiting minor weakness at the edges. Yes, this piece has been to CAC for review which considerable disappointment when it did not sticker. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Gold G$10 1882 Gold G$10 1882
Liberty
MS63
NGC
4274962012

Choice $2000 New September 25! Rose-Gold Coloration, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Pretty Near-Gem, Wisconsin Gold Collection. Consignor Price Reduction. A differentiated $10 Liberty gold offering from the Wisconsin Gold Collection that warrants your attention. Both sides feature rose-gold coloration which is in the small minority for U.S. gold. Luster is best described as frosted brilliant with swirling cartwheels. Some scattered field ticks are consistent with the certified grade. I am compelled to go with a near-gem quality rating as the overall eye appeal, including the rose toning, should please the new owner for years to come. CAC approval further validates the premium quality. Housed in newer NGC holder with edge view insert.
Gold G$10 1906S Gold G$10 1906-S
Liberty
MS62 PCGS
33051453

Choice $1400 New September 25! Underrated Date, Brilliant Frosty Luster, Accurately Graded, Wisconsin Gold Collection. Consignor Price Reduction. Mintage for the 1906 $10 gold San Francisco issues was reported to be 457,000. The survival rate is surprisingly low with the majority graded at the MS61/MS62 level. 1906-S $10 gold becomes rare at the MS63 level followed by being extremely rare as a near-gem. Surface abrasions typically are the grade limiting issue. The Wisconsin Gold Collection is releasing a choice specimen with brilliant frosted luster and dancing cartwheels. Coloration is honey-gold. Field abrasions are accurately captured by the certified grade though the eye appeal is better. An underrated date and offering that is a compelling value. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Gold G$2.5 1926 Gold G$2.5 1926
Indian
MS64+ PCGS
81622584

Choice $975 New September 25! So Close to Full Gem! Satiny/Steely Textures, Honey Green-Gold, Wisconsin Gold Collection. Consignor Price Reduction. A lovely 1926 Indian $2.5 gold piece that would be ideal for type or a full set. This example has the right combination of complete strike coupled with obverse satiny luster with its embedded granular textures. Reverse is closer to steely surfaces. Coloring is a pretty honey green-gold for those who prefer those shades. This piece is just a few micro ticks away from being certified as a full gem. Another great offering from Wisconsin Gold. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Gold G$2.5 1927 Gold G$2.5 1927
Indian
MS64+
PCGS
81123773

Choice $1300 New September 25! Thick Satiny Luster, Superior Eye Appeal, Near-Gem Original, Wisconsin Gold Collection. Consignor Price Reduction. Even honey-gold shades are readily evident on this near-gem 1927 $2.5 gold offering from the Wisconsin Gold Collection. Luster has a rich satiny texture and is consistent on both sides. Strike is nicely executed and complete. A single contact mark at the upper reverse holds this one back from a full Gem quality rating thought the eye appeal is certainly at the gem level. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Gold G$5 1893 Gold G$5 1893
Liberty
MS63
PCGS
83617433

Choice $950 New September 25! Superb Eye Appeal, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Honey-Gold Coloration, Fully Choice, Wisconsin Gold Collection. Consignor Price Reduction. The Wisconsin Gold Collection 1893 $5 strike is a joy to view with angled lighting. As the description is written, this gold half eagle is sitting at 60 degrees as angled lighting. One sees a rich honey coloration with micro granular mint frost. Swirling the holder releases brilliant waves of frosted luster. The overall eye appeal is a function of coloring and luster trumping any tiny field abrasions that are expected on an MS63 piece of gold. I've got to go with a JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Gold G$5 1901S Gold G$5 1901-S
Liberty
MS64 PCGS
32201486

Choice $950 New September 25! Type Candidate, Honey Green-Gold, Steely Fields, Swirling Cartwheels, Wisconsin Gold Collection. Consignor Price Reduction. Honey green-gold coloring and steely reflective luster come together nicely on this 1901-S $5 gold offering from the Wisconsin Gold Collection. The lack of a CAC green bean should not be a consideration given the overall eye appeal and essentially unabraded surfaces. The date is ideal for type as one can purchase a premium piece at an attractive offer level. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder.
Seated 5C 1839 Seated 5C 1839
MS64 NGC
1667623005

Choice $900 New September 25! No Drapery Type, Superb Eye Appeal, Multi-Color Patina, Hammered Strike. The say that "every picture tells a story" which is the case for this superbly toned 1839 No Drapery half dime. Under the multi-color toning is original mint bloom that yields crisp frosted luster during angled light inspection. Strike is hammered with deeply impressed motifs. Every color of the rainbow is intermixed on this near-gem. The question becomes that of storage leading to this type of toning pattern. That is where the story remains to be finished by the next owner. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Shield 5C 1876 Shield 5C 1876
PF66CAMEO NGC
6453442011

Gem $1200 New September 25! Gorgeous Toning, Sharp Reflective Luster, Full Cameo, Great Type Piece. One never knows what might be offered to GFRC in larger deals. Case in point is this gorgeous 1876 cameo proof Shield nickel. This piece just excels when placed under a bright light let alone in-hand viewing. Mirrored surfaces radiate sharp reflective luster on both sides. Obverse toning consists of center rose, in the shield, surrounded by golden shades while the reverse has faint center gold and attractive peripheral blue ring. Surface are unabraded with a few foreign material deposits on the obverse. A super type coin candidate with eye appeal. Yes, this piece went to CAC and was not approved. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Capped Bust 50C 1812 Capped Bust 50C 1812
AU58
PCGS
11411162
O-108
Gem HOLD
$2450
New September 24! Brilliant Frosted Luster, Light Gold Patina, Gem Original. One of the finest AU58 certified 1812 Capped Bust halves that I've had the pleasure of handling. Widespread mint bloom is impeccably preserved. Swirling cartwheels are thoroughly pleasing. These attribution and pristine fields lead to a Gem quality rating. Promptly purchased upon being showcased in the Daily Blog. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder with CAC approval. The label captures the Meyer Collection pedigree.
Gold G$1 1854 Gold G$1 1854
Type 2 Indian Princess
AU58 PCGS
45564424

Choice HOLD
$775
New September 24! Scarce Type 2 Gold Dollar, Brilliant Reflective Luster, Honey-Gold Coloration, Choice Surfaces. 1854 brought a transitional year for the $1 gold obverse design as strikes were made from both Type 1 and Type obverse hubs. The Type 2 strikes are in constant demand due to type coin status. This example is fully choice at the assigned AU58 grade level. Bright light inspection reveals fields that are partially mirrored resulting is crisp reflective luster. Coloration is honey-gold which shifts to yellow hues under angled lighting. Surfaces are well preserved and pleasing. A great example for those in search of the challenging Type 2 design variety. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2022) holder.
Gold G$20 1895 Gold G$20 1895
Liberty
AU58 PCGS
21082327

Original $2150 New September 24! Brilliant Frosted Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, Honey-Gold Coloration, Twin Lakes Collection. A pleasing 1895 $20 Liberty gold piece that is being released by the Twin Lakes consignor. Bright light inspection exposes brilliant frosted luster and swirling cartwheel action. Coloration is a uniform honey-gold. Several obverse marks preclude a Choice quality rating. If considering adding combination numismatic and bullion gold to a collection, this piece is worthy of consideration. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.0 (1998-2002) holder.
Gold G$20 1896 Gold G$20 1896
Liberty
AU58 PCGS
15754611

Choice $2150 New September 24! Dazzling Reflective Luster, Dancing Cartweels, Super Eye Appeal, Twin Lakes Collection. Twin Lakes is well known for offering premium duplicates with this 1896 double eagle ranking high on the quality scorecard. One promptly notes the lightly mirrored fields and brilliant reflective luster when viewed with angled lighting. Dancing cartwheels further add to the viewing pleasure. Accurately graded with a hint of rub on the cheek and without any major marks. Fully choice and worth the asking price regardless of where spot gold might be trending. A perfect numismatic and bullion gold acquisition. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Morgan 50C 1884CC Morgan 50C 1884-CC
MS64 NGC
6061134007

Gem $500 New September 24! Exceptional Eye Appeal, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Dancing Cartwheels. A marvelous 1884-CC Morgan with tons of brilliant frosted luster originating from micro-granular mint frost that covers both sides. Bright light viewing is lots of fun given the rose obverse toning nicely framed by a peripheral blue ring. Cartwheel action is vibrant, especially on the reverse where the center toning is faint. The cheek is pristine with only two field ticks of no consequence. Submitted to CAC and not approved but still a compelling offering for those that enjoy toner Morgans. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Seated 50C 1861O Seated 50C 1861-O
MS64+
NGC
3462107001
W-6/W-7?
Choice HOLD
$6000
New September 24! Superb Eye Appeal, Popular Civil War Multi-Administration Issue, Near-Gem Surfaces . Civil War buffs have long appreciated the research conducted by Randy Wiley which defined the die usage sequencing for the 1861-O issue across Union, State of Louisiana, and Confederate States administrations. Many have attempt to collect all 15 die pairings except for the four piece W-12 extreme rarity. GFRC is pleased to be offering a near-gem specimen struck during the Louisiana administration. Images accurately capture the obverse center gold toning and its peripheral blues with similar shades on the reverse. Overall eye appeal is superb as the surfaces emit ample frosted luster with vibrant cartwheels. Strike is nearly complete with stars 7 and 8 lacking center points as the only deficiency. This piece has proven to be difficult to attributed even for this experienced specialist. Since struck for fresh dies, there are no die cracks whatsoever. The reverse has an obvious die lump on AME(R)ICA which isolated Reverse D (W-6). The obverse date position and slope indicates Obverse 4 (W-7). However there is no published die pairing of Obverse 4 with Reverse D. Is this a new die pairing? Housed in NGC Gen 17 (2004-2008) holder with CAC approval. The label captures the Dick Osburn Collection pedigree.
Seated 5C 1862 Seated 5C 1862
MS62 NGC
6327621006

Choice HOLD
$285
New September 24! Brilliant Frosted Luster, Lovely Peripheral Gold, Heavy Die Clashing. A pretty 1862 half dime that provides an enjoyable viewing experience. Luster is frosted and brilliant on both sides with light gold toning throughout. Obverse toning brings darker shades at the periphery. Heavy die clashing is more obvious on the obverse. Submitted to CAC and not approved. Regardless, I really like this piece as going with a JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Walking Liberty 50C 1916 Walking Liberty 50C 1916
AU58
PCGS
30650086

Choice HOLD
$895
New September 24! First Year Issue, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Coveted CAC Approval. A nicely frosted 1916 Walking Liberty half that generators amples amount of luster. Light peripheral gold toning is noted on both sides. Immediately purchased upon being showcased in the Daily Blog. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder with CAC approval.
Seated 10C 1840 Seated 10C 1840
With Drapery
EF40 PCGS
9570395
F-101
Choice HOLD
$985
New September 22! With Drapery Type, Crusty Patina, Superb Preservation, Challening Date Choice. . Promptly purchased upon being showcased in the Daily Blog. Housed in PCGS Gen 3.0 (1990-1993) green label holder.
Seated 10C 1851O Seated 10C 1851-O
AU50 PCGS
32285974
F-101a
Choice HOLD
$1750
New September 22! 12 Stars, Missing Star 7, Superb Preservation, Choice Surfaces, Rare Seated Dime Error. A rare New Orleans mint era that was immediately purchased after being showcased in the Daily Blog. Following is an excerpt from this piece's listing in The Definitive Resource for Liberty Seated Dime Collectors online reference. "During late July 2015, Ken Rubin contacted the author concerning an 1851 New Orleans dime purchased in PCGS AU50 with completely missing Star 7. His concern was that a Chinese counterfeit might be at hand a no 1851-O dimes were known with a missing Star 7. The coin in question was shipped for study. Inspection clearly indicated the Seated dime in question was genuine. The missing Star 7 was the result of a minting error; most likely a greased filled die for a short period of time. The fact that Star 6 and Liberty's facial details are not disturbed is amazing. The foreign material that filled the Star 7 crevice on the die was localized leaving only a faint impression of the star at top most point." Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder.
Seated 10C 1865S Seated 10C 1865-S
VF30
PCGS
32749228
F-103
Choice HOLD
$1150
New September 22! Low CAC Population, Bold Strike, Natural Coin Gray Patina, Perfectly Choice. Locating strictly original 1865 San Francisco strike with choice surfaces takes patience. CAC has approved only 24 pieces in all grades with two at the offered grade level. This F-103 example brings a bold strike though the mintmark is weak yet typical of the issue. Surfaces are toned a natural coin gray with slight planchet delamination in the mid-right obverse field. Otherwise the fields are pristine with some "dirt" in the protected area. A great selection for those seeking the best possible circulated Liberty Seated coinage. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Seated 10C 1866 Seated 10C 1866
G06
PCGS
32749229
F-102a
Gem HOLD
$1400
New September 22! Civil War Philadelphia Strike, Honest Wear, Natural Patina, Gem at Grade. What a special offering when checking the CAC population report! This evenly worn 1866 dime is the lowest graded example approved by CAC with the next graded piece being a VF20. Few 1866 dimes went into circulation and remained there for extended periods leading to a high rarity status when found this optimally worn. Worthy of a gem quality rating and a place in an advanced Seated dime collection. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Seated 10C 1868S Seated 10C 1868-S
AU53
PCGS
80653538
F-101
Choice HOLD
$1350
New September 22! Near-Gem Original. Challenging Date. JUST BUY IT NOW!. A fantastic 1868-S Seated dime strike that rivals those in Mint State grades. Huge demand resulted upon being posted in the Daily Blog. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Seated 5C 1864S Seated 5C 1864-S
AU58 NGC
4837009004
V-1
Original HOLD
$1100
New September 22! Challenging Civil War Date, Near-Choice, City By The Bay Collection. Frosted luster radiates from both sides of this challenging Civil War era half dime date. Mint frost is readily evident throughout the motifs. Promptly purchased upon being showcased in the Daily Blog. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Gold G$1 1850D Gold G$1 1850-D
Type 1 Liberty Head
EF40 PCGS OGH
3173071

Choice $2800 New September 20! Scarce Dahlonega Issue, Yellow-Gold Coloration, Choice Original.. Consignor Price Reduction. The Dahlonega one-dollar gold piece series consists of 13 coins, spanning the years 1849 to 1861. The present sale includes a near-complete set, less the 1861-D stopper, of which only 1,250 examples were struck. All of the coins in the series are scarce, and this 1850-D is typical, with a mintage of 9,882 pieces. This yellow-gold example reveals remaining luster in the protected areas, and the strike is typical for the issue, with a few soft stars noted. The reverse die is rotated 30-degress clockwise, not an unusual feature in this series. Housed in PCGS Gen 3.0 (1990-1993) old green holder.
Seated 25C 1872S Seated 25C 1872-S
AG3
NGC
5970713001
Briggs 1-A
Choice $2750 New September 20! Key Date, Natural Coin Gray, Honest Wear, Tiny CAC Population. Consignor Price Reduction. 1872 San Francisco struck Seated quarters were limited to a mintage of 83,000. As with most dates of that era, low survival rates abound leading to difficulties for present day collectors. A review of the CAC population report indicates only eight piece certified as choice in all grades. Two of the nine are at the AG03 level. GFRC is pleased to be offering on of those two AG03 examples. Please check the images that illustrate natural coin gray patina and surprisingly unmarked surfaces given the extensive time in circulation. An excellent specimen until a higher graded example appears on the market. Housed in new large font NGC holde with CAC approval.
Gold G$1 1873 Gold G$1 1873
Type 3 Indian Princess
AU58
PCGS
15070789
Open 3
Choice $550 New September 19! Open 3, Near-Gem, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Superb Eye Appeal, Twin Lakes Collection. A lovely 1873 Open 3 gold dollar with sharp frosted luster and tons of eye appeal during bright light review. A JUST BUY IT NOW call is warranted for this Twin Lakes release as the new owner is quarantined to be pleased. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder with Open 3 attributions on the label and CAC approval.
Gold G$5 1889 Gold G$5 1889
Liberty
AU58 PCGS OGH
4476292

Choice $2000 New September 19! Scarce Low Mintage Date, Lightly Mirrored, Rich Honey-Gold, Choice Surfaces, Twin Lakes Collection. U.S. gold specialists should take note of this Twin Lakes offering given the tiny mintage of 7,520. The 1889 date is a very scarce issue in all grades. Most survivors are found with partially mirrored surfaces as is the case for this example. Angled lighting review reveals bright reflectance and a melting of the darker honey-gold in-hand coloration. Surfaces are nicely preserved and choice. Housed in PCGS Gen 3.1 (1993-1998) old green label holder.
Seated $1 1844 Seated $1 1844
MS63 PCGS
82924218

Choice $12500 New September 19! Rare Grade, Doubled Die Obverse, Golden Coloration, Partially Mirrored Fields . Consignor Price Reduction - Only 20,000 1844 dated Seated dollar were struck with a doubled obverse die which easily validates this offering as a circulation strike. With 10x, four stripes on each of the vertical shield lines is easily confirmed. This is a challenging date which is seldom offered at the Mint State level. PCGS population report indicates nine at grade with four finer. Light golden toning is evident on both sides with darker shades at the date and a horizontal toning band on the reverse. Partially mirrored fields result in reflective luster under angled lighting. A lovely example for the advanced collector. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder. This piece has proven difficult to photograph leading to the decision to employ the PCGD TruView for proper presentation.
Seated 10C 1850 Seated 10C 1850
MS63
PCGS
60118829
F-101
Choice HOLD
$850
New September 19! Lightly Frosted Surfaces, Rose-Aquamarine Coloration, Choice Surfaces, Massachusetts Collection. A well preserved 1850 duplicate from the Massachusetts Collection that warrants consideration. Coloration is rose and aquamarine with deeper toning on the obverse. Motifs and fields are lightly frosted resulting in pleasing luster during bright light assessment. Fields are unabraded while strike is typical for the date. Accurate graded and worthy of its CAC green bean. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.1 (2002-2004) holder.
Seated 10C 1860S Seated 10C 1860-S
EF45 PCGS
31916908
F-102
Choice $1000 New September 19! Tough Date, Natural Coin Gray, Steely Fields, Massachusetts Collection. 1860 brought the final usage of the With Stars obverse hub design at the San Francisco mint while the Philadelphia mint converted to Longacre's new With Legend design. Mintage for the old design was only 140,000 pieces with the usual western frontier survival rate issues. This newly released Massachusetts Collection duplicate has been carefully preserved with natural coin gray patina on both sides. Strike is close to complete with just the top of Liberty's head lacking full definition. Steely fields are noted under angled lighting. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder.
Seated 10C 1877 Seated 10C 1877
Type 1 Reverse
MS64 PCGS
41468390

Choice $650 New September 19! Lazy D(I)ME, Thick White Mint Frost, Brilliant Luster, Vibrant Cartwheels, Massachusetts Collection. Ex. Gerry Fortin Reference Collection. This Massachusetts Collection duplicate has a storied past as the 1877 Type 1 reverse F-107 plate coin within The Definitive Resource for Liberty Seated Dime Variety Collectors online reference. It was sold into this collection followed by being crossed by the consignor into a new PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2022) holder. The original GFRC description reads as follows; "1877 Philadelphia strikes have a huge mintage of over 7,000,000 but locating choice Mint State examples will be challenging. One would expect to see many offered on the market place at any one time but that is not the case. Offered here is a brilliant frosted example from my reference collection and the Type 1 reverse F-107 web-book plate coin. Strike is hammered with bold devices including upper reverse wreath grains and the corn ears. Under a light source, cartwheel luster is quite vibrant." The F-107 die variety can be easily attributed by a lazy I in DIME. Purchased January 2001 and in the Fortin collection until being sold during December 2018.
Seated 10C 1877 Seated 10C 1877
Type 2 Reverse
AU58 PCGS
30718075

Choice $225 New September 19! Perfect AU58, Frosted Luster, Old Album Toning, Complete Strike, Massachusetts Collection. A perfect 1877 Type 2 reverse F-110 dime with old album toning. Obverse colors include center gray surround by aquamarine along with some peripheral gold. That same coloration extends over to the reverse and nicely frames copper-gold inner shades. Strike is complete and surfaces are pristine. Sold into the Massachusetts Collection during my early years as a Seated dime researcher via eBay and being a raw piece. Our consignor has done all the heavy lifting with grading and CAC approval. Let's see how long this one lasts on the price list. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder.
Seated 50C 1841O Seated 50C 1841-O
Baseball Crack Rev
EF40 PCGS
25544491
WB-2
Original $2450 New September 19! Baseball Die Crack Reverse, Original, Cumberland County Collection. Consignor Price Reduction, September 2022. The Bugert reference identifies the WB-2 as a scarce variety, popular with collectors due to the web of reverse die cracks. Commonly referred to as the “baseball die crack reverse,” a patchwork of reverse lines is easily visible to the naked eye, making for a distinct appearance. This is a middle die-state example, with the crack below OF A(MERICA) not yet forming. The patina of this piece is silver-gray, with sandy overtones more evident on the reverse. Marks are scattered, apart from some chatter inside star 6. Many varieties within the Liberty Seated series require a glass (and related eyestrain) to make a positive attribution – this is not such a coin! Housed in a PCGS Gen 4.6 (2013-2014) holder with "Medium Mintmark WB-102 Baseball Die Crack Pattern" attribution on label.
Seated 50C 1844O Seated 50C 1844-O
Doubled Date
AU50 PCGS
19585884
WB-22
Original $4500 New September 19! Popular Doubled Date, Original, Cumberland County Collection. Consignor Price Reduction, September 2022. The 1844-O doubled date is a perennial favorite, plainly visible with the naked eye and honored with its own Red Book listing. Die preparation was still an involved affair in this era, and coiners were forced to ignore quality control from time to time. This is a prime example, with a second 1844 clearly punched into the rock and the field above the date. This piece exhibits rose-tan shading on both sides, with additional maroon splashes on the obverse. Remaining luster is minimal, but the real story here is the dramatically doubled date, a variety that is especially prized in higher circulated grades. Housed in a PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder with "RPD FS-303 WB-108" label attribution.
Seated 50C 1861O Seated 50C 1861-O
AU58 raw
W-3
Cleaned $450 New September 19! Louisiana Strike, Boldly Struck Motifs, Hairlined, Cumberland County Collection. Consignor Price Reduction, September 2022. An 1861-O Liberty Seated half and the initial striking of coinage by the New Orleans mint while under Louisiana Administration. Motifs are fully struck and fun to inspect under a 10x loupe. Steely luster has been marginally impacted by an old cleaning that left light hairlines in the fields on both sides. Ideal for a high grade Dansco album project where device details trump technical preservation.
Seated 50C 1861O Seated 50C 1861-O
AU53 raw
W-11
Cleaned $2950 New September 19! CSA Obverse Strike, Full Die Crack From Nose to Rim, Complete Strike, Old Clean, Cumberland County Collection. Consignor Price Reduction, September 2022. The 1861-O CSA Obverse strike is a coin that has been desired by specialized collectors since first cataloged by Beistle in 1929. It is found with same die crack at nose as the four CSA-muled halves. The landmark article by Randall Wiley in The Gobrecht Journal #94 discusses the various die states and marriages in great detail. From die state analysis, Wiley further identifies other Confederate strikes (W13-W15), also highly collectible, but not as dramatic. The Cumberland County Dansco contain a high grade CSA Obverse W-11 specimen that presents itself well and showcases a strong die crack from Liberty's nose to the rim. Strike is deeply impressed and pleasing. Unfortunately, this piece has been cleaned with polished surfaces and hairlined fields. The result is considerable reflective luster without cartwheel action. This rare die variety is difficult to price given the high grade and surface conditions. GFRC has taken the best shot at a fair number. Offers are welcomed.
Seated 50C 1870S Seated 50C 1870-S
EF45 raw
WB-1
Market Acceptable $395 New September 19! Challenging San Francisco Date, Mottled Gold Toning. Cumberland County Collection. Consignor Price Reduction, September 2022. A challenging San Francisco date regardless of a mintage slightly exceeding 1,000,000 pieces. This date becomes quite scarce in AU or better. The Cumberland County Dansco has yielded a pleasing 1870-S specimen with reflective luster and mottled gold toning. This iridescent appearance is occasional seen and straight graded by the TPGs. The reflective surfaces are just too bright to be strictly original per my experience, thus a Market Acceptable quality rating. An ideal candidate for another Whitman or Dansco bookshelf album project.
Seated 50C 1873 Seated 50C 1873
No Arrows Open 3
VF30 PCGS
06640838
WB-101
Original HOLD
$5500
New September 19! No Arrows, Open 3, Under Appreciated Rarity, Cumberland County Collection. Consignor Price Reduction, September 2022. The No Arrows Open 3 is a key piece in the Seated half series, struck for only a brief period of time, between the production of the closed 3 and With Arrows varieties. The Guide Book gives a mintage of 214,200 coins, but the PCGS population, at 46 pieces in all grades, speaks more effectively to the actual availability of this issue. By way of comparison, the PCGS census for the 1878-S is 34 coins. This example exhibits nice contrast between gray surfaces and lighter high points, with russet hints present in protected areas and more intensely at stars 3-4. A slightly creamy texture suggests an old cleaning, but the piece is pretty nonetheless, and there is no denying the rarity of the variety. Housed in a PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Seated 50C 1874CC Seated 50C 1874-CC
With Arrows
VF20 PCGS
19647206
WB-3a
Original $3950 New September 19! Railroad Tracks Reverse, Original, Cumberland County Collection. Consignor Price Reduction, September 2022. The popular "railroad tracks" variety is marked by a series of parallel die lines running across (STA)TES on the reverse. The exact cause of the damage is unknown, which likely increases the collector fascination with this plainly visible die defect. Silver and gray patina marks the surfaces of this VF piece, along with a few obverse hints of russet. The coin is slightly glossy from an old clean, but only to a degree considered acceptable by PCGS. Housed in a PCGS Gen 4.5 (2011-2013) holder. The label captures the variety attribution as "Large Arrows WB-102 'Railroad Tracks' Rev" - but even without the attribution this coin remains an 1874-CC, and highly desirable in its own right.
Seated 50C 1875S Seated 50C 1875-S
Micro S
EF45 PCGS
80816575
WB-19
Choice $3750 New September 19! Micro S, Finest Certified, Choice Original, Cumberland County Collection. Consignor Price Reduction, September 2022. Steely luster hosts mottled olive and gray shades, with generous amounts of silver remaining in the protected areas. Hairline-free fields are original and the aesthetic appeal is strong. WB-19, the micro-S variety, with a tiny mintmark and die lump in the obverse shield. The Bugert references notes 29 examples of this die pair traced, with the great majority in lower circulated grades. Strike is typical, with a few stars lightly impressed. This is an attractive example of a scarce variety that can easily be attributed without a glass. Housed in a PCGS Gen 6.0 holder with "Micro S WB-105" attribution on the label.
Trade $1 1876 Trade $1 1876
VF25 PCGS
34415902
II/II
Original $1850 New September 19! Extremely Rare 1876 II/II Die Pairing, No Auction Records, Original Light Gray Surfaces, Steely Fields, Accurately Graded, Cumberland Country Collection. Consignor Price Reduction, September 2022. An extremely rare 1876 Type II/II design hub pairing that is without auctions records. In the new Whitman Mega Red Book, Bowers lists the die pairing without pricing estimates and indicates extremely rare in the footnotes. Most surviving 1876 Trade dollars will be found with Type I/II design hub. GFRC is most excited to handling an example of this major die variety rarity that has nice original surfaces. A light gray patina covers both sides. Under a light source, steely fields comes to life with light gold coloring on the obverse. Fields have a few scattered micro ticks but well within the range of what can be expected at the VF grade level. Housed in 2015 style PCGS holder with "Obv 2 Rev 2" specified on the label. A major die variety offering from the Cumberland County Collection. Please that the GFRC images illustrate light rose coloring on the lower obverse and reverse. This coloring is an artifact of the photography process and not on the coin. This piece is even light gray.
Seated 10C 1853O Seated 10C 1853-O
With Arrows
AU55 PCGS
19600973
F-101
Choice HOLD
$1650
New September 18! Important Full Strike, Choice Original, Massachusetts Collection. Note the important full strike for this high end AU F-101 example. Few come this well struck. Immediately purchased when showcased in the Daily Blog. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Seated 50C 1848 Seated 50C 1848
VF35
PCGS
33674138

Choice HOLD
$435
New September 18! Underrated Date, Choice Surfaces, Medium Gray/Brown Patina, Accurately Graded, Port Matilda Collection.. An underrated Philadelphia date that always garners attention when available choice. This VF35 release, from the Port Matilda Collection is essentially perfect for the grade. Pristine surfaces are layered with natural coin gray shades with wear points lightly toned. Strike is typical with some weakness at the eagle's lower left leg. The strict originality definitely floats "my boat" and hope that someone sees it the same way. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
3Cent Nickel 3C 1882 3Cent Nickel 3C 1882
AU55 NGC
4179279006

Choice $450 New September 17! Low Mintage, Limited Availability, Choice Original, Lakeland Collection. The 1882 three cent nickel mintage amounted to only 22,200 pieces as the Philadelphia mint ramped down this design and denomination. This date is scarce and difficult to locate in all grades. The Lakeland Collection has released a choice and accurately graded example with dirty pewter coloration. One must grade this issue by the reverse as the obverse comes weakly struck as a rule. Note the filled "2" digit in the date and unabraded surfaces. Housed in newer NGC holder with edge view insert.
Barber 25C 1906O Barber 25C 1906-O
AU58 PCGS
14832124

Choice HOLD
$500
New September 17! Brilliant Frosted Luster, Vibrant Cartwheels, Faint Rose, Twin Lakes Collection. A choice 1906 New Orleans struck Barber quarter that is scarce in certified AU grades. This Twin Lakes release exhibits brilliant frosted luster and vibrant cartwheels. Accurately graded as light rub is visible on the cheek and lower bust. Fields are essentially unabraded while the reverse has a host of die cracks through the legend and denomination. A light rose patina is noted on the obverse. Overall, a pleasing example of a tough date when certified AU58. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Early Copper 2C 1869 Early Copper 2C 1869
MS64RB PCGS
19384740
FS-302
Choice $3150 New September 17! Rare Repunched Date Offering, Steely Fields, Premium Eye Appeal, Lakeland Collection. The Lakeland Collection is releasing a rare 1869 FS-302 2 cent piece along with being in the condition census for that variety. Bold repunching is easily seen about the 1 and 8 digits. PCGS has graded and attributed only two examples at the MS64 level with none finer. This example offers premium eye appeal given its orange rose-brown coloration along with more prevalent orange-red on the reverse. Fields have a steely texture and provide ample luster during bright light review. Strike is complete with deeply impressed motifs. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2022) holder.
Lincoln 1C 1918S Lincoln 1C 1918-S
MS63RB ANACS
NJ0391

Choice $285 New September 17! Red-Brown, Satiny Luster, Choice Surfaces, Lakeland Collection. A choice 1918 San Francisco struck Lincoln cent with excellent preservation. Struck from heavily worn dies leading to metal flow fields and satiny luster. Surfaces are choice and unabraded. Lastly, this piece is housed in an infrequently seen first generation ANACS old white holder with alphanumeric serial number. Overall a quality offering from the Lakeland Collection.
Lincoln 1C 1921S Lincoln 1C 1921-S
MS63RB NGC
5854588014

Choice $295 New September 17! Classic Red-Brown Toning, Choice Original, Lakeland Collection. Classic red-brown toning and frosted luster are readily evident on this 1921-S Lincoln. Accurately graded and well preserved with choice surfaces. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Lincoln 1C 1931D Lincoln 1C 1931-D
MS65RB PCGS
08995317

Gem $395 New September 17! Red-Brown, Brilliant Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, Gem Original, Lakeland Collection. A lovely gem 1931-D Lincoln cent arrives to the price list courtesy of the Lakeland Collection. This example exhibits brilliant luster and swirling cartwheels. Coloration is copper-orange. GFRC images accurately capture the surface conditions and overall eye appeal. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Seated 10C 1839O Seated 10C 1839-O
EF45 NGC
6442948002
F-104a
Original $525 New September 17! Repunched Mintmark, Bisecting Reverse Die Cracks, Near-Choice, Lakeland Collection. The Lakeland Collection is back with a Top 100 Variety offering that should garner attention. The 1839-O F-104a die variety features a boldly repunched mintmark (bottom) and a long horizontal bisecting die crack on the reverse. This long die crack must be present for inclusion in a Top 100 set. Surfaces are covered by a crusty gray patina with some "dirt" at the stars. Note the sharply repunched star 8. Strike is excellent and typical for the issue. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Seated 10C 1889 Seated 10C 1889
MS65 PCGS
45061352
Unlisted
Gem $675 New September 17! Glowing Satiny Luster, Superb Bright Light Eye Appeal, Lakeland Collection. A marvelous 1889 unlisted Seated dime that warrants a JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation. When I first laid eyes on this piece, the immediate thought was a CAC submission given the gem surfaces, glowing satiny luster, and oh, the beautiful toning. This dime brings on the eye appeal. The GFRC images suggest obverse finger print toning which is correct. However, my images are again worse case with the coin in hand showcasing more uniform obverse toning. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2022) holder.
Seated 20C 1875S Seated 20C 1875-S
AU50 NGC
4179147008
BF-7
Choice $350 New September 17! 20c Type Candidate, Natural Coin Gray Patina, Choice Surfaces, Lakeland Collection. A solidly original 1875-S BF-7 double dime that is well preserved. Natural coin gray patina is consistent on both sides. Residual steely luster appears during angling lighting review. LIBERTY is nicely raised and well struck while the reverse wingtips are weak. Surfaces are entirely pristine during 10x inspection. Overall, a pleasing example that could be selected for type or whatever reason for a purchase. Housed in newer NGC holder with edge view insert.
Seated 50C 1880 Seated 50C 1880
AU58 PCGS
18382602

Original $1800 New September 17! Low Mintage Issue, Lightly Mirrored Fields, Frosted Devices, Near-Choice, Twin Lakes Collection. Only 8,400 Seated half dollars were struck during 1880 along with an additional 975 as proofs. Most 1880 halves come prooflike as is the case for this Twin Lakes release. Fields are partially mirrored while the motifs are lightly frosted. Light rose-gold toning is more obvious near the peripheries. Fields are lightly hairlined leading to an original quality rating. A challenging date that is fairly priced. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Seated 50C 1887 Seated 50C 1887
AU58 PCGS
13759400

Choice HOLD
$1975
New September 17! Tiny Mintage, Partially Mirrored, Light Silver-Gray, Twin Lakes Collection. 1887 continued the miniscule for Liberty Seated halves with only 5,000 struck for East Coast collectors. Undoubtedly, some of the mintage ended up in circulation. This survivor was probably saved that fate given the lightest of rub on high points. This issue is known for being proof like as is the case here. Fields are sharply reflective during angled lighting review as contrast nicely with the moderately frosted motifs. Silver gray coloration is seen on the obverse while a light rose band is evident on the reverse. A choice example, courtesy of the Twin Lakes Collection, that will please the new owner. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Walking Liberty 50C 1936S Walking Liberty 50C 1936-S
MS64
NGC
2554489004

Choice HOLD
$525
New September 17! Silky Luster, Striated Rose Patina, Near-Gem Original, Lakeland Collection. A gorgeous and seriously original 1936-S Walker with silky frosted luster and striated rose patina. Immediately purchased upon being showcased in the Daily Blog. Housed in newer NGC holder with edge view insert and CAC approval.
Barber 25C 1901O Barber 25C 1901-O
AU58 PCGS
26811648

Choice $4000 New September 15! Semi-Key Date, Frosted Luster, Vibrant Cartwheels, Choice Surfaces, Twin Lakes Collection. The little sister to the rare 1901-S but still not to be underestimated in terms of collecting challenge in better grades. GFRC welcomes this choice example to the price list courtesy of the Twin Lakes Collection. This is an evenly frosted piece with the resulting granular textured luster plus vibrant cartwheels. Strike is completely executed. Thought the mintage amounted to 1,612,000, PCGS has certified only 7 at the offered grade. An important opportunity for Everyman collectors to add a quality semi-key date to their holdings. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.6 (2013-2014) holder.
Seated 10C 1852O Seated 10C 1852-O
AU58 PCGS
14536288
F-101
Choice $1450 New September 15! Scarcer New Orleans Date, Popular Collector Grade, Hammered Strike, Indiana Collection. The Indiana Collection is back with a release from his superior Seated dime die variety set. Knowledgeable collectors will immediately the significant of this release as 1852 New Orleans strikes are scarce and always popular given the low 430,000 mintage. This example brings brilliant frosted luster, but more important, a hammered strike. The F-101 variety is easily attributed by the large thin O mintmark. Fields are essentially unabraded with the slightest of ticks that will not bother even the selective collector. PCGS population at grade is a scant seven pieces. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Seated 25C 1872S Seated 25C 1872-S
AU58 PCGS
25377416
Briggs 1-A
Original $9750 New September 15! Key Date and Rare Grade, Original Brilliant Satiny Luster, Mottled Gray Patina, Accurately Graded, Few Known Better.. Mintage of 83,000 and a key date in the Liberty Seated quarter series. This important offering is a grade rarity at the AU55 level with only five in all AU grades, per PCGS population report, and five designated as Mint State. This specimen is strictly original with mottled silver gray patina on the obverse while the reverse offers satiny luster with pale golden highlights. Under a 10x loupe, there is minimal observed wear; therefore the assigned grade is unquestionably accurate. Strike is essentially complete with only a few stars on the upper obvere lacking connected star points. Liberty's facial details and hair curls are adequate for the issue while the reverse is fully struck. Bright light viewing reveals ample amounts of vibrant satin luster on both obverse and reverse which GFRC images are unable to capture. The 1872-S date is the no question rarest San Francisco Mint quarter of this type, when compared to earlier challenging issues such as the 1860-S, 1861-S and 1864-S for this honor. Survivors are elusive even in the lower grades with speculation that many examples were melted when the Act of February 12, 1873 changed the weight of this denomination. With only a handful of Mint State survivors, this important AU-55 is included among the finest known. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder and ready for a home in one of the finest Liberty Seated quarter collections being assembled.
Seated 50C 1866S Seated 50C 1866-S
With Motto
AU58 PCGS
30728042
WB-9
Choice HOLD
$1550
New September 15! Misplaced 86 in Denticles, Copper-Gold Coloration, Shimmering Luster, Choice Surfaces, Twin Lakes Collection. Though not as rare at the earlier No Motto version, this 1866-S With Motto issue still become quite challenging in the AU grades. The PCGS population report indicates 14 certified but this seems high given that few enter the marketplace. Twin Lakes is back with a superb example with dazzling luster that just drips off the surfaces. Strike is nearly complete with only stars 7 and 8 lacking center points while Liberty's hair curls are nicely defined. Dies are heavily clashed, so don't confuse clash lines with field anomalies. This is indeed an impressive example that is securing a JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation. You will be pleased with the decision once the GFRC package arrives to your door. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder.
Walking Liberty 50C 1923S Walking Liberty 50C 1923-S
AU58
PCGS
42527456

Choice $5400 New September 15! Dirty Gray Patina, Frosted Luster, Choice Original, Important Grade, Twin Lakes Collection. From 1923 to 1928, the San Francisco mint issued coinage for only three years; 1923-S, 1927-S, and 1928-S. The 1923-S is the better date among the three with an AU58 CAC approved example being released by Twin Lakes. This is a light gray toned example with the typical high rims and "dished" appearance. Frosted luster originates from granular textured mint bloom. Fields are pristine and pleasing. Everyman set builders should take a close look at this choice example. Priced at the CDN CAC Guide. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2022) holder.
Seated 10C 1838O Seated 10C 1838-O
No Stars
AU55 PCGS
29401699
TOP #3
F-101
Choice HOLD
$1975
New September 13! Repunched Date, Old Album Toning, Top 100 Varieties Set Candidate, Upstate New York Collection. The 1838-O F-101 dime with repunched mintmark has notable collecting credentials. Since being the only New Orleans no stars date, collectors will often use for that type rather than the common 1837 Philly strikes. Secondly, the repunched mintmark is included in the Top Varieties set. The Upstate New York Collection has released an accurately graded example with colorful ring toning on both sides. Bright light viewing is must as multiple colors are amplified by steely reflective luster. There is one reverse line above the top right wreath that requires mention. This piece is certain to sell at the upcoming Manchester and Baltimore shows if still around. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder.
Capped Bust 25C 1815 Capped Bust 25C 1815
AU58 PCGS
34370779
B-1
Original $5150 New September 12! First Year of Design Issue, Hammered Strike, Untoned, Near-Choice, Twin Lakes Collection. 1815 brought the new Capped Bust quarter type with a limited mintage of 89,235. The date is semi-scarce overall, with most survivors being well worn and found between Good and Very Fine grades. At the AU level, the PCGS population drops off quickly with only 9 at the AU58 level. This Twin Lakes release features ample mint bloom with light rub. Device are deeply impressed from a single die pair. Angled lighting exposes brilliant frosted luster and some cartwheel action. Surfaces are untoned as a old dip is likely. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Capped Bust 50C 1809 Capped Bust 50C 1809
AU50 PCGS
6445868
O-106
Gem HOLD
$1350
New September 12! Gem Original, Bold Strike, Attractive Toning, Gray-Gold Luster, Conservative Grading Upstate New York Collection. Challenging Overton 106 die variety with R3 rarity. A marvelous 1809 Capped Bust half with hammered obverse strike that allows the collector to view all minor hair curl details and each star point. I've assigned a Gem quality rating given the old time original surfaces that have never been molested. Obverse coloring consist of gray center surrounded by golden-aquamarine ring at the stars. Luster is most evident and brings the coloring to life under a bright light. Reverse coloring is similar with the same shades at the rims but an untoned area between the scroll through the eagle body and wings. Surfaces are blemish free. Housed in PCGS old green holder and conservatively graded at assigned AU50 level. The Overton 106 die variety is easily diagnosed by a diagonal die line extending from the upper right shield into the right wing and doubling on U(N)ITED. A marvelous offering that was previously located in Osprey's PCGS box of 20. A check of the Sales Archive will reveal the details.
Seated 10C 1837 Seated 10C 1837
No Stars, Small Date
MS61 NGC
1923602009
F-103
Original $1650 New September 12! Small Date, Old Album Obverse Rainbow Toning, Original Surfaces, Well Struck, Upstate New York Collection. For fans of old album rainbow toning, this 1837 F-103 dime is worthy of consideration. The full rainbow spectrum is available on the obverse including a colorful arc at the upper rim that proceeds to Liberty's midsection. The balance of the obverse is rose and deep blue. Reverse has a thin ring of peripheral blue that transition to light gold across the remaining surfaces. Strike is hammered with bold devices. This F-103 example comes with a reverse rotated 5 degrees left. Overall, a fairly graded piece given an old dipped before being placed in a high sulfur paper album for a decade or more. Housed in newer NGC holder with edge view insert. A quality consignment from the Upstate New York Collection.
Seated 10C 1888 Seated 10C 1888
MS64
PCGS
40802656
F-107
Gem $575 New September 12! Misplaced Digits in Shield, Fabulous Frosty Cartwheels, Green-Gold Colors, Upstate New York Collection. Ex. Fortin Reference Collection. A gem example of the 1888 F-109 die variety with a doubled punched base of an 8 digit that is clearly visible in the lower shield. The misplaced digit is located between shield stripes 6 thru 9. This obverse is typically found with a flat head and strike weakness as is the case for this F-109 plate coin within The Definitive Resource for Liberty Seated Dime Variety Collectors online resource. A lovely gem with rich frosty luster and swirling cartwheels. Green-gold shades cover the obverse while the reverse features a light green center surrounded by burnt gold. A magnificent example that is certain to please. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2021) holder with CAC approval.
Seated 10C 1891 Seated 10C 1891
Doubled Die Obverse
AU58 PCGS
18119524
TOP #95
F-109
Choice $750 New September 12! Double Die Obverse, Golden-Gray, Frosted Luster, Heavy Die Clashing, Choice Overall, Twin Lakes Collection. The 1891 F-109 double die obverse die variety will always be located with heavy die clashing more frequently seen on the New Orleans counterpart. Listed as #95 in the Top 100 Varieties set and deservedly so. The newest Twin Lakes consignment contains a choice original AU58 specimen with natural golden-gray and rose toning. Angled lighting exposes frosted luster that is subdued by the thick toning. Ditto for the cartwheels. The vertical shield lines are obviously doubled along with the C in AMERICA. A quality example at a fair offer price. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.1 (2002-2004) holder.
Seated 25C 1852O Seated 25C 1852-O
AU55 PCGS
34624917
Briggs 1-A
Original $10000 New September 12! Key New Orleans Issue, Rare Grade, Original, Mirrored Fields, Twin Lakes Collection. The Twin Lakes Collection is releasing one of the top 3 graded 1852-O quarters certified by PCGS. This example shares the same reverse as the Briggs 1-A 1851-O quarter. Briggs makes it clear that the 1852-O is "rare to nonexistent in grades XF or finer" and the rarity of this New Orleans issue cannot be denied. The example displays pale golden-gray toning over reflective and partially lustrous surfaces. Angled lighting exposes partial mirrors on both sides. A few light field lines are noted but none are distracting. A seldom offered grade, with characteristic rounded rims and tremendous appeal for Seated quarter date and mint collectors. One of the CoinFacts plate coins with TruView available. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Seated 25C 1861 Seated 25C 1861
AU58
PCGS
29835172
II/II
Choice HOLD
$500
New September 12! Near-Gem Original, Copper Gold Patina, Hammered Strike, Accurately Graded, Upstate New York Collection. Type II/II design hubs. Ex. Iowa, Seated Appalachian and Hoosier Collection sales. A new-gem Seated quarter that has seen multiple owners in the GFRC community. This piece sports a light rose-gray skin and essentially no marks. A hammered strike and lovely copper gold patina lead further enhance the desirability. Bright light viewing accentuates the golden luster under the fairly thick toning. Accurately graded and housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 Dupont holder along with CAC approval.
Seated 25C 1866 Seated 25C 1866
With Motto
AU55 PCGS
21732596
Briggs 1-A
Original $3500 New September 12! Low Mintage Civil War Issue, Rose-Gray and Aquamarine, Steely Fields, Twin Lakes Collection. Another Twin Lakes release arrives to the price list. This 1866 Civil War era Philadelphia strike is one from a mintage of only 16,800. A dusky russet-gray patina is lighter on the obverse coupled with irregular aquamarine at the stars and date. A well struck example overall including center reverse weakness from a damaged die. This turbulent period saw limited silver circulating coinages, since those pieces were replaced by fractional currency. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Seated 25C 1878S Seated 25C 1878-S
AU55 PCGS
21601777
Briggs 1-A
Original $3250 New September 12! Underated Date, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, Near-Choice, Twin Lakes Collection. 1878 San Francisco strikes amounted to 140,000 pieces but with a low survival rate that leaves few examples for present day collectors. PCGS has certified only four at the offered grade with an incremental five in AU58. Intermixed copper-gold shades are more concentrated on the obverse periphery while the reverse is ever so lightly toned. This piece exhibit brilliant frosted luster and swirling cartwheels under a light source. A 10x reveals faint obverse field micro-lines that precludes a full Choice quality rating. Strike is nearly complete with a touch of definition weakness at the top of Liberty's head. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.1 (2002-2004) holder.
Seated 5C 1839 Seated 5C 1839
MS63 NGC
4433199004

Choice $675 New September 12! No Drapery Type, Superb Eye Appeal, Frosted Luster, Upstate New York Collection. This choice 1839 half dime beings on marvelous eye appeal and would be a super type candidate. Brilliant frosted luster radiates from both sides and amplifies the charming coloration. A complete strike adds to the desirability. Housed in new large font NGC holder. Previously sold by GRC into the Upstate New York Collection without CAC attempt.
Seated 10C 1839O Seated 10C 1839-O
No Drapery
EF40
PCGS
28659609
F-101
Choice $400 New September 11! Small O, Crusty Gray-Blue, Near-Gem, Gerry Fortin Reference Collection. An 1839-O F-101 duplicate from the Fortin reference collection that has proven difficult to release back to the market. Incredibly original with thick crusty gray-blue patina and steely fields. Accurately grade. The F-101 Small O die pair is one of three mintmark sizes found for this date. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.6 (2013-2014) holder with CAC approval.
Seated 10C 1843 Seated 10C 1843
AU58 PCGS
30447869
TOP #25
F-102
Choice HOLD
$575
New September 8! Repunched Date, Rose-Gray Toning, Choice Surfaces, Twin Lakes Collection. The 1843 F-102 repunched date continues to gain collector following once included in the Top 100 Varieties set. I remember this variety being separately listed in Coin World price guide during the "early" days. Twin Lakes is releasing a choice example with rose-gray toning and lightly frosted surfaces. Luster approaches a steely texture with active cartwheels, more so on the reverse due to a thicker obverse patina. Strike is close to complete with only star 7 lack fully defined center point. Surface quality and coloration reminds me of the web-book plate coin. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) holder.
Seated 10C 1851O Seated 10C 1851-O
AU58 PCGS
82128697
F-101
Original $4250 New September 8! Rare Grade, Bold Early Die State Strike, Untoned, Twin Lakes Collection. 1851-O dimes have been underrated for years in AU55 or better. Most are either white and frosty or having funky toning colors. This Twin Lakes example falls in the frosty lot with white luster and active cartwheels. Light rub is seen on the left breast therefore the grading is accurate. After years of research, only a single die pair has been identified for the date. The dies were used extensively and lapped along with way. This example was struck during a middle die state most of the drapery remains. PCGS population is all of four pieces at grade. An important offering from the Twin Lakes Collection. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Seated 10C 1853 Seated 10C 1853
With Arrows
AU58 PCGS
32591632
F-125
Choice $415 New September 8! So Choice! Thick Frosted Luster, Light Gold Shades, Fully Struck, Twin Lakes Collection. I've got to call a JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation for this choice 1853 With Arrows F-125 dime from the Twin Lakes Collection. This piece is perfectly balanced and ideal for type or an AU58 CAC date set. Strike is hammered from dies with hand punched date and arrows. Frosted luster is ideal for the grade as are premium surfaces. An offering that just screams originality and warrants its CAC green bean. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Seated 10C 1854O Seated 10C 1854-O
With Arrows
AU58 PCGS
04114406
Unlisted
Choice HOLD
$475
New September 8! Unlisted Near-Gem, Granular Frosted Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, Twin Lakes Collection. Hopefully, I won't use up too many JUST BUY IT NOW recommendations as this unlisted 1854-O dime deserves one. Previously from the Fortin reference collection and sold to Twin Lakes. Why do I like this piece so much. First is the eye catching mint frost and corresponding luster during angled lighting review. This luster rocks.... Second is the complete obverse strike, though the lower reverse wreath leaves are not fully defined. Lastly, are the unabraded surfaces and cool reverse die clashing. I was not able to match up this offering with any of the previously listed varieties in the web-book. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder.
Seated 10C 1864S Seated 10C 1864-S
AU55 PCGS
31594082
F-101
Original $1800 New September 8! Civil War San Francisco Issue, Thick Frosted Luster, Speckled Gray Toning, Twin Lakes Collection. When any of the Civil War San Francisco dates appear on the market in higher AU grades, collectors will take notice. Such is the case for the Twin Lakes 1864-S offering. This piece features thick mint bloom across both sides resulting in a frosted luster experience during bright light inspection. Some specked gray appears on the obverse periphery while the reverse less so. Strike is typical of the issue with weak head details. An obverse line in the lower wreath precludes a higher quality rating. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) holder.
Seated 10C 1868 Seated 10C 1868
AU58 PCGS
35602489
F-111
Choice $650 New September 8! Scarce Grade, Frosty White, Complete Strike, Twin Lakes Collection. I really don't think that 1868 Philadelphia strikes secure the respect deserved in AU or better. Many struck found their way to Europe and returning in rolls with problem surfaces. This Twin Lakes AU58 example needs to garner attention for its rich frosted luster and complete strike. Cartwheel action is vibrant and better than expect for the certified grade. Surfaces are untoned with a high probability of being dipped at one point. Please have a close look at the images if in the market for this date. Few better have appeared on the GFRC price list. PCGS population is only 4 at grade. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Seated 10C 1879 Seated 10C 1879
AU58 PCGS Rattler
9014936
F-104a
Choice HOLD
$750
New September 8! Choice Original, Twin Lakes Collection. Housed in PCGS Gen 1.2 (1986-1989) Ratter holder.
Seated 10C 1881 Seated 10C 1881
AU58 PCGS
21533384
F-101a
Choice HOLD
$750
New September 8! Choice Original, Twin Lakes Collection. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.1 (2002-2004) holder.
Seated 10C 1886S Seated 10C 1886-S
AU58 PCGS
35804035
F-101
Choice $625 New September 8! Better San Francisco Date, Choice Preservation, Nicely Frosted Surfaces, Twin Lakes Collection. This Twin Lakes 1886-S is a better With Legend Seated dime San Francisco date with limited availability. Nearly all 1886-S dimes will be struck with the F-101 die pairing and rarely with the F-102 dies. This F-101 is nicely balanced with brilliant frosted luster that is slightly muted by light gray toning. This piece is exactly how an AU58 dime should look with ample mint frost and active cartwheels. Strike is complete too. If needing a premium 1886-S example in your collection, then hurry on this offering. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
Seated 10C 1860S Seated 10C 1860-S
AU58 PCGS
35377468
F-101
Original HOLD
$2000
New September 7! Challenging Grade, Frosted Luster, Silver-Gold Coloration, Bold Strike, Twin Lakes Collection. The 1860-S date brings the With Stars design type to a close. A challenging date in AU, especially at the AU58 level given PCGS population of only four pieces. This new Twin Lakes release was promptly purchased upon being posted in the Daily Blog. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.