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Five small gold denominations
Five small gold denominations   
U.S. gold dollars: * 1849-O EF-40. Shallow surface marks and a few thin scratches * 1852 VF-30, solder; ex jewelry with mount removed from the lower reverse * 1857 EF-40. Scratches on the reverse * 1862 AU-55. Cleaned with resulting hairlines but nic...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Price Realized:
$488.75
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Pair of gold dollars
Pair of gold dollars   
* 1850 AU-50, or better with some lustre and nice surfaces * 1852 AU-50, or nearly so with a small scratch behind Liberty's eye. (Total: 2 pieces)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Price Realized:
$345.00
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1851 G$1 EF-40 DETAILS (ANACS)
1851 G$1 EF-40 DETAILS (ANACS)   
"Bent, cleaned." Warm olive gold and pink toning. Much frosty lustre survives in the protected areas. The die alignment is about 150° rather than 180° as usually seen.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
EF 40 DETAILS
Price Realized:
$172.50
4
1852-C G$1 AU-50 (PCGS)
1852-C G$1 AU-50 (PCGS)   
Orange-gold with a hint of copper in the lettering and with average surfaces. The central reverse has the diagnostic low area at the center, a feature seen on the majority of the survivors from the original mintage of 9,434 pieces. Always avidly coll...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 50
Price Realized:
$1,725.00
5
1853 G$1 MS-66 (NGC)
1853 G$1 MS-66 (NGC)   
A lovely orange-golden hue accompanies smoldering satin-velvet bloom on both the obverse and reverse. The strike is entirely bold, even at the centers, and the surface quality is particularly smooth and fresh. Bid with confidence, as the indicated th...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
6
1853 G$1 MS-61 (NGC)
1853 G$1 MS-61 (NGC)   
An attractive specimen with glittering straw-gold lustre.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 61
Price Realized:
$276.00
7
Pair of gold dollars
Pair of gold dollars   
* 1854 Type I. AU-53. Natural surfaces and yellow-gold color but a scuff on E(S) is noted * 1859 AU-55. A few tiny obverse rim disturbances from circulation. (Total: 2 pieces)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Price Realized:
$362.25
8
1854 G$1 Type II. MS-62 (PCGS)
1854 G$1 Type II. MS-62 (PCGS)   
Boldly struck Indian Princess design type stands out boldly against frosty, fully lustrous fields that are richly toned in amber and red-orange toward the peripheries. Double clash marks (or "suction marks" in the antiquated parlance!) are visible in...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 62
Price Realized:
$2,990.00
9
1855 G$1 MS-62 (NGC)
1855 G$1 MS-62 (NGC)   
Lustrous, pale golden surfaces feature well struck devices on both sides, with some softness of strike noted at the very center of the reverse, where some minor adjustment marks come into view. Two discrete sets of clash marks are visible in the fiel...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 62
Not Sold
10
1856 G$1 Slant 5. EF-45
1856 G$1 Slant 5. EF-45   
Lustrous honey gold with faint lilac highlights and abundant lustre for the grade. Magnification reveals a few faint hairlines but no serious marks.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 45
Price Realized:
$166.75
11
1856-D G$1 AU-53 (PCGS)
1856-D G$1 AU-53 (PCGS)   
This frosty, deep yellow golden example is certainly worthy of a numerical grade equal to or greater than that indicated on the PCGS holder. The strike is quite well balanced for a coin of this elusive, low-mintage date, the U in UNITED is weak as al...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 53
Price Realized:
$10,350.00
12
1857 G$1 AU-55
1857 G$1 AU-55   
Prooflike underlying fields, and touches of mint frost on the devices.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 55
Price Realized:
$276.00
13
1858 G$1 MS-63 (PCGS)
1858 G$1 MS-63 (PCGS)   
Frosty honey gold with underlying lustre and decided olive highlights.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 63
Not Sold
14
1865 G$1 MS-60
1865 G$1 MS-60   
Lightly polished, and exhibiting some light hairlines as such. There is a short scratch on Liberty's jaw and very light traces of clear copper toning. Very scarce, as just 3,725 pieces were coined of this date.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 60
Price Realized:
$805.00
15
1873 G$1 Open 3. MS-66 (NGC)
1873 G$1 Open 3. MS-66 (NGC)   
Deep frosty lustre and exceptional surfaces on both sides give this boldly struck premium quality coin a wonderfully pleasing appearance. Although there are many hundreds of examples certified in the MS-60 to 64 range, specimens grading MS-65 are sca...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
16
1873 G$1 Open 3. MS-60
1873 G$1 Open 3. MS-60   
Virtually of choice quality were it not for a well-concealed obverse scratch hidden in Liberty's hair curls. Attractive bright gold frost. Only a handful of insignificant contact marks in the fields.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 60
Price Realized:
$253.00
17
1874 G$1 AU-58
1874 G$1 AU-58   
cleaned with moderate hairlines on both sides and a bit dull.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 58
Price Realized:
$201.25
18
1878 G$1 PR-64 CAM (PCGS)
1878 G$1 PR-64 CAM (PCGS)   
Among the five finest Proofs of the date certified by PCGS. Medium golden orange with frosty motifs and reflective mirror fields. One of just 20 Proofs of the date struck with perhaps only a dozen or so examples still extant. Only four dates in the d...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 64 CAM
Not Sold
19
1796 G$2.50 BD-2. Rarity-4. No Stars. EF DETAILS
1796 G$2.50 BD-2. Rarity-4. No Stars. EF DETAILS   
"Obverse Repaired, Improperly Cleaned." Net VF-20. Deep golden surfaces border on olive on the obverse, the reverse with far more gold highlights apparent. One of the brightly shining stars in the constellation of U.S. numismatics, the 1796 No Stars ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF DETAILS
Not Sold
20
1831 G$2.50 BD-1. Rarity-4. AU-53 (NGC)
1831 G$2.50 BD-1. Rarity-4. AU-53 (NGC)   
A lovely greenish gold example of this early gold type. Well struck from the only known die pair for the date and exhibiting bold details. A good deal of satiny lustre remains within the protected areas and especially near the rims. A mere 4,520 piec...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 53
Not Sold
21
1834 G$2.50 Classic Head. MS-61 (NGC)
1834 G$2.50 Classic Head. MS-61 (NGC)   
A premium quality example of this first year of issue of the Classic head series. The color is orange-gold with full lustre and highly appealing surfaces. A loupe will reveal minor handling tics but these are primarily located in the open fields. Ful...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 61
Not Sold
22
1836 G$2.50 Script 8. MS-62 (PCGS)
1836 G$2.50 Script 8. MS-62 (PCGS)   
A highly lustrous beauty with the arm's-length eye appeal of a far superior grade. Brightly lustrous honey gold centers give way to fiery orange and crimson highlights at the rims. A few trivial marks come to light under low magnification, the most n...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 62
Price Realized:
$4,600.00
23
1836 G$2.50 Script 8. AU-55 (NGC)
1836 G$2.50 Script 8. AU-55 (NGC)   
Lustrous fields and attractive surfaces for this popular issue. Struck in bright yellow-gold and well preserved. An interesting die crack extends through star 6 to the coronet and out the rim between the last pair of stars.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 55
Not Sold
24
1836 G$2.50 Script 8.  NET EF-40
1836 G$2.50 Script 8. NET EF-40   
AU sharpness but faint old obverse scratch across Liberty’s neck. Deep orange highlights on rich honey gold surfaces.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
NET EF-40
Not Sold
25
1837 G$2.50 VF-20
1837 G$2.50 VF-20   
in terms of overall definition. The reverse is sharper than the obverse. A couple of short hairline scratches in the obverse fields are noted, as is a minor rim mark at 9:00. Natural yellow-gold surfaces with deeper copper accents.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$345.00
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