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USA 10 Dollars

Country: United States Year issue: 1909 Sale date: 2017-02-18 Bids: 1 Price*: $636.71

Rare coin 1909 year issue - United States. USA 10 Dollars 1909. Coin price 18 February 2017 $636.71 *.

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1893, Morgan Dollar

Country: United States Year issue: 1893 Sale date: 2013-04-04 Bids: 31 Price*: 2400

Rare coin 1893 year issue - United States. 1893, Morgan Dollar. Coinage Type Circulation Coinage. Composition Silver. Catalog Number KM# 110. Coin Name Morgan Dollar. Mint Name U.S. Mint. Mint Location Carson City, New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Francisco. Obverse Description Laureate head left, date below flanked by stars. Reverse Description Eagle within 1/2 wreath. Obverse Legend E.PLURIBUS.UNUM. Reverse Legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Diameter (mm.) 38.1. Fineness 0.9..Weight (g.) 26.73.Actual Weight (oz.) 0.773. Coin price 04 April 2013 2400 *.

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Extremely Rare 1911 D $2.5 AU 58 Indian Quarter Eagle

Country: United States Year issue: 1911 Sale date: 2008-04-01 Bids: 1 Price*: 5950

Rare coin 1911 year issue - United States. The 1911 Denver quarter eagle is the most rare .Only 55,680 minted and only 2700-3100 are beleived to be in existence. Coin price 01 April 2008 5950 *.

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1893-S Morgan Dollar Extremely Rare AU

Country: United States Year issue: 1893 Sale date: 2007-10-21 Bids: 45 Price*: 8800

Rare coin 1893 year issue - United States. This is a Morgan dollar everyone should have in their collection!!!! The second most sought-after date in the series! Only one of a few to come our way, and the ONLY AU!! This is a VERY attractive coin!! Surfaces have TONS of eye-appeal, are pretty smooth, with nice details! You should seriously consider adding this coin to your collection!! WHAT a RARE coin!!! Be sure to check out all the coins up in the next couple of weeks!!! Please consult your personal price guide for an estimated value on this auction. Coin price 21 October 2007 8800 *.

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1909 - S VDB Lincoln Cent ( MS 65 RD ) PCGS GRADED

Country: United States Year issue: 1909 Sale date: 2007-10-20 Bids: 64 Price*: 6214

Rare coin 1909 year issue - United States. Victor David Brenners design for the Lincoln Cent broke new ground by placing the image of an actual person on a coin made for circulation. In another break with tradition, Brenner placed his initials near the bottom of the back of the coin. Despite their small size, the letters V.D.B. were obvious enough to created an uproar with the public and Mint officials, who immediately demanded their removal. This was done later in 1909, resulting in the creation of four varieties: 1909 (with and without V.D.B.) and 1909-S (with and without V.D.B.). The 1909-S V.D.B. is the rarest of the four varieties. In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned the famous American sculptor and artist, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, to prepare designs for a new Small Cent. Initially, Saint-Gaudens design for the obverse featured a Flying Eagle motif similar to James Barton Longacres designs on the Small Cents of 1856-1858. However, this design was scrapped in favor of a head of Victory in profile wearing an Indian headdress. Saint-Gaudens and Roosevelt liked this design so much that they used it on the 1907 $10 instead of on the Cent. Saint-Gaudens died of cancer before making any more progress on the Cent design so it was not until 1909 that Victor David Brenner created the famous bust of Abraham Lincoln with which we are all so familiar today. In fact, the 1909-S V.D.B. Penny has long been considered one of the key dates in the series, filling the dreams of collectors young and old. While the mintage of 484,000 may seem high compared to many other American rarities, one must understand that there are millions of people who collect Lincoln Head Cents. There are simply not enough 1909-S VDB Pennies to satisfy all of the collector demand. Coin price 20 October 2007 6214 *.

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$20 St. Gaudens 1907

Country: United States Year issue: 1907 Sale date: 2007-09-18 Bids: 5 Price*: 35000

Rare coin 1907 year issue - United States. MCMVII (1907) $20 St. Gaudens, High Relief Proof. Very Choice Brilliant Uncirculated Proof example. Soft satiny surfaces with coppery toning around the periphery of the gown. Well struck with sharp details this high quality coin will surely attract much bidding attention. NGC PF 64. Coin price 18 September 2007 35000 *.

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United States 1851 $50 RE Humbert Fifty Dollar, 887

Country: United States Year issue: 1851 Sale date: 2007-08-27 Bids: 27 Price*: 17100

Rare coin 1851 year issue - United States. United States 1851 $50 RE Humbert Fifty Dollar, 887. 100% Original real coin. Original Circulated Condition. Extremely Rare. Coin price 27 August 2007 17100 *.

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Rare 1907 $20 High Relief PCGS MS62

Country: United States Year issue: 1907 Sale date: 2007-07-27 Bids: 5 Price*: 15099

Rare coin 1907 year issue - United States. Rare 1907 $20 High Relief PCGS MS62 No reserve! Coin price 27 July 2007 15099 *.

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1694 Carolina Elephant Token, PROPRIETORS

Country: United States Year issue: 1694 Sale date: 2007-07-26 Bids: 1 Price*: 22000

Rare coin 1694 year issue - United States. Important 1694 Carolina PROPRIETORS "O Over E" Type PCGS Graded Very Fine-30 1694, Carolina Elephant Token, PROPRIETORS with "O Over E" Type, PCGS graded Very Fine-30. This outstanding coin appears to be the finest example we have offered of this major, very rare PROPRIETORS with "O Over E" type. It is a pleasure to behold, being far above average for any typical Elephant Token, never mind this rare Carolina variety. This coin has smooth, hard brown to medium brown surfaces and there are only a few tiny scattered nicks from circulation. The obverse elephant has definite areas of detail that are EF, specially having such a sharply detailed head, ears, tusks, body and tail. The reverse text is well centered and very clear, with only a few letters and designs being weak along the far right side, primarily the word "AND" of the third line. Otherwise, all of the reverse legends are clear and quite even in wear, those remarkable details being a pleasure to read. Rarely do coins of this caliber appear on the market for collectors. As has been the case for such superior quality major rarities of late, we would expect this coin to bring full Guide Book value or greater. An important opportunity for serious Colonial and United States coin collectors. The NGC Population Report indicates that they have not recorded any examples of the Carolina Elephant tokens. The PCGS Population Report records only 9 examples of Carolina Elephant tokens; 1 Uncirculated, 1 AU, 3 in VF (of which this is one), and 3 lower grade pieces. The 2008 Guide Book lists a value for this major type of $13,000 in VF-20 and of $20,000 in EF-40. Coin price 26 July 2007 22000 *.

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1792 Half Disme, Struck in Silver, PCGS Fine-15

Country: United States Year issue: 1792 Sale date: 2007-07-26 Bids: 2 Price*: 58000

Rare coin 1792 year issue - United States. Important Pattern 1792 Half Disme PCGS Fine-15 1792 Half Disme, Struck in Silver, Judd 7, Pollock 7, PCGS graded Fine-15. This is a particularly pleasing specimen of this important Pattern for America"s first official coinage. It has been long estimated that only 1,500 coins or so were struck, and said to be from silverware that was provided by Washington. This coin is very well centered, has an attractive gunmetal-gray even color and smooth, hard surfaces. There is one visible tiny nick in the upper right reverse field, well above and behind the eagle"s head. This coin has the overall appearance and sharpness in detail of Very Fine. In fact, it may be somewhat conservatively graded or perhaps net graded due to a number of light scratches which are hidden within the rich toning. In any event, this is an exciting and pleasing, significant collector type coin that is always treasured as a major highlight of any American Colonial, Pattern or United States Coin collection. Coin price 26 July 2007 58000 *.

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