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Miami, FL 33137
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1 oz American Silver Eagle (Random Year)

Park Avenues’ Collection of Brilliant Uncirculated America Silver Eagles in Pristine Condition
From $29.90

1926 $20 St Gaudens MS64 PCGS Dropped R Mint Error

This is the first error of its kind that we've seen in our 35 years specializing in St. Gaudens Double Eagles and the only one we know of that might exist! "The Dropped R Variety" or any dropped letter for that matter is as unusual as it is fascinating to anyone who might specialize in a series and have the opportunity to add a Mint Error of this type to their set.

1934 Peace Dollar MS67 PCGS

Almost a million pieces were struck of the 1934-P, however it is extremely scarce in the better grades of Mint State. Only eleven pieces have been certified by PCGS in MS67 condition, and none are finer. This remarkable rarity has a PCGS market value of $105,000 and most recent auctions have seen prices from $88,000 to $105,000 for CAC examples. The most recent sale reported is $93,000. The obverse and reverse are brilliant with virtually flawless surfaces consistent with the MS67 grade assigned. Strong mint luster with well struck devices. An exceptional 1934 and among the finest known. This Ultra Rarity is for the collector seeking among the finest examples. PCGS Value $105,000 PCGS Population 11/0

1839/39-C $2.5 Classic Quarter Eagle VP-001 AU55 NGC

Prominent Repunched Date 1839/39-C $2 1/2 AU55 NGC. Breen-6150, Winter-2, Variety 22, R.4. The pleasing wheat-gold and aquamarine surfaces lack detrimental marks. The portrait displays a trio of small strike-throughs, as made. Nicely struck and desirable. The 3 in the date is widely repunched south. The 9 is repunched west. NGC assigns an in-house designation as VP-001. The reverse exhibits lengthy cracks through the beak and above the left (facing) wing. Two die marriages are known for the issue, despite a low mintage of 18,140 pieces. The second and final Charlotte Classic quarter eagle issue.

1920-S $20 St Gaudens MS62 PCGS

Elusive Date 1920-S $20 St. Gaudens MS62 PCGS
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