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7001
1817 L1C N-14. Rarity-1. MS-64 RB (NGC)
1817 L1C N-14. Rarity-1. MS-64 RB (NGC)   
A lovely specimen having frosty devices and satiny fields. Perhaps 40% mint orange deepening to golden brown with delicate pink and blue iridescent highlights. Almost certainly from the celebrated Randall Hoard. NGC has certified relatively few 1817 ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 64 RB
Not Sold
7002
1881 5C PR-66 (PCGS)
1881 5C PR-66 (PCGS)   
Partially brilliant surfaces with wisps and blushes of ice blue and gold. Sharply struck in all areas. A splendid Gem from a scant mintage of just 3,575 Proofs.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 66
Not Sold
7003
1881 5C PR-66 (NGC)
1881 5C PR-66 (NGC)   
Essentially brilliant surfaces with just a whisper of gold. The devices are sharp and satiny; the fields are nicely mirrorlike, especially on the obverse. Outstanding both technically and aesthetically.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66
Not Sold
7004
1882 5C PR-66 (PCGS)
1882 5C PR-66 (PCGS)   
A lovely Gem that has a lot going for it: sharp frosty devices, nicely reflective fields, vivid blended gold and violet toning, and exceptional eye appeal. From a scant Proof mintage of just 3,100 pieces, the second-smallest production figure of any ...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 66
Not Sold
7005
1902 5C MS-65 (PCGS)
1902 5C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Frosty cartwheel lustre and warm golden toning characterize this beauty. Sharply struck in virtually all areas save for two or three obverse stars together with a single cotton leaf and ear of maize on the reverse. An excellent choice for inclusion i...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7006
1926 5C MS-66 (PCGS)
1926 5C MS-66 (PCGS)   
Blended gold and lilac toning complement satiny surfaces. The bison's head and hump both show bold definition.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
7007
1929-D 5C MS-64 (PCGS)
1929-D 5C MS-64 (PCGS)   
Blended gold, pink, lilac, and blue iridescence. The fields have a texture intermediate between satiny and mirrorlike—an unusual characteristic for a Buffalo nickel of the 1920s. The strike is about typical with a touch of softness at the Indian's br...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64
Not Sold
7008
1937 5C MS-67 (PCGS)
1937 5C MS-67 (PCGS)   
Highly lustrous with a bold strike and superb eye appeal.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 67
Not Sold
7009
1937 5C MS-67 (PCGS)
1937 5C MS-67 (PCGS)   
A beauty with bold lustre, strike, and eye appeal.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 67
Not Sold
7010
1937 5C MS-67 (PCGS)
1937 5C MS-67 (PCGS)   
Boldly struck and highly lustrous with excellent eye appeal.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 67
Not Sold
7011
1937-D 5C 3-Legged. AU-50 (PCGS)
1937-D 5C 3-Legged. AU-50 (PCGS)   
Warm golden gray with underlying lustre and great overall eye appeal despite a few tiny, well-hidden marks. Sharper overall than typically found for examples of our ambulatory challenged bison friend.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 50
Not Sold
7012
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-67 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-67 (PCGS)   
A lustrous and gorgeous example of the terminal issue of the Buffalo nickel series. Pale pastel highlights abound.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 67
Price Realized:
$396.75
7013
1839 H10C No Drapery. MS-65 (PCGS)
1839 H10C No Drapery. MS-65 (PCGS)   
Essentially brilliant and sharply struck virtually everywhere save for a touch of softness at the I in DIME. A very scarce issue in MS-65 and higher grades. PCGS has certified examples as MS-65 or finer on fewer than 45 occasions since the establishm...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7014
1885 10C MS-65 (PCGS)
1885 10C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Sharply struck. The obverse is frosty and warmly toned in blended gold, pink, blue, and violet. The reverse is satiny with just a whisper of gold iridescence. Scarce this nicely preserved. We estimate that the total number of Gem-quality survivors is...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7015
1901 10C PR-65 (PCGS)
1901 10C PR-65 (PCGS)   
Frosty motifs and mirror fields deeply toned in varied golden hues. Choice in all regards.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 65
Not Sold
7016
1911 10C MS-65 (PCGS)
1911 10C MS-65 (PCGS)   
A satiny beauty with swirling cartwheel lustre, a bold strike, and pale champagne highlights.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7017
1942/1-D 10C AU-58 (NGC)
1942/1-D 10C AU-58 (NGC)   
A high degree of lustre and rich golden highlights add to the enjoyment of this scarce and popular overdate. Close examination reveals a well-hidden scratch in Liberty's cap folds and the back of her neck, though much diligence is needed to uncover t...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 58
Not Sold
7018
1909 25C MS-65 (PCGS)
1909 25C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Frosty and lustrous with a strong strike and richly varied golden toning highlights.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7019
1917-D 25C Type II. AU-58 (PCGS)
1917-D 25C Type II. AU-58 (PCGS)   
Pleasing satiny lustre. Mostly pearl gray surfaces with wisps and splashes of blue-gray and violet-brown.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 58
Not Sold
7020
1923 25C MS-65 (NGC)
1923 25C MS-65 (NGC)   
A gorgeous specimen with frosty, mattelike surfaces that display pale pastel toning highlights. Boldly struck in most areas but with some lightness of impression at Liberty's head and the bottoms of the date numerals.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7021
1929-S 25C MS-66 FH (NGC)
1929-S 25C MS-66 FH (NGC)   
Intensely lustrous with rich gold and splashes of crimson iridescence. Crisply struck with just a bit of weakness at a few shield rivets. Gem quality exemplified.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 66 FH
Not Sold
7022
1866 50C Motto. PR-64 (NGC)
1866 50C Motto. PR-64 (NGC)   
Smoky golden gray with rich peach and gold iridescence in the protected areas. A sharply struck Proof from the first year of the denomination to incorporate the motto IN GOD WE TRUST in the design.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 64
Not Sold
7023
1939 50C MS-67 (NGC)
1939 50C MS-67 (NGC)   
Frosty lustre. Beautiful intermingled pearl gray and orange-gold iridescence with hints of blue and pink. The toning on the obverse is arrayed in an appealing woodgrain pattern.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 67
Price Realized:
$719.90
7024
1878 S$1 8 Tailfeathers. MS-65 * (NGC)
1878 S$1 8 Tailfeathers. MS-65 * (NGC)   
Intensely lustrous and boldly struck with brilliant centers that yield to rich rainbow iridescence at the rims; the reverse rim is so colorful that NGC put the coin in the holder reverse side out.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 65 *
Price Realized:
$1,380.00
7025
1878 S$1 7 Tailfeathers, 2nd Reverse. MS-65 (PCGS)
1878 S$1 7 Tailfeathers, 2nd Reverse. MS-65 (PCGS)   
A lovely, frosty Gem example toned in intermingled blue, gray, pink, and gold. Sharply struck in virtually all areas. A scarce variety this beautifully preserved.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$1,857.25
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