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1 oz American Silver Eagle (Random Year)

Park Avenues’ Collection of Brilliant Uncirculated America Silver Eagles in Pristine Condition
From $32.74

1892-S Morgan Dollar AU58 PCGS

The unrivaled key Morgan dollar in Mint State is the 1893-S, although a close second is the 1892-S. The latter issue boasts a mintage of 1.2 million coins -- 12 times that of the 1893-S, but few examples were preserved for numismatic purposes. The 1892-S circulated extensively in the late 19th century, and coins that were put into storage were largely paid out by the 1930s. Offered here is a coin as close to Mint State as possible without crossing that prohibitive threshold. It is graded AU58 and displays substantial luster in the fields. Wisps of light golden and russet toning complement little evidence of wear, and eye appeal is pleasing. Finer coins are rare in the context of the series. MARKET PRICE GUIDES value is $12,500 CoinWorld value is $15.000 GreySheet value is $11,000 SOLD!
$11,000.00 $19,500.00

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

1920-S $20 St Gaudens MS62 PCGS

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

1924-S $20 St Gaudens MS65+ NGC

As the only Plus-graded Gem at NGC, with a single coin certified finer, this piece ranks high in the Condition Census. Similarly, PCGS has graded one example in MS65+, with one finer. It is even possible that some duplication exists among these four coins. Certainly, the present coin is second-to-none in terms of eye appeal. The virtually pristine yellow and orange-gold surfaces radiate vibrant mint luster and vivid color on both sides. The design elements are well-detailed, with just a touch of the typical softness on the Capitol. Altogether, a most appealing example of this challenging date.

1886 Liberty Nickel MS64 PCGS

Coin of the Day 1886 Liberty Nickel MS64 PCGS Well struck better date The 1886 Liberty Head nickel is one of the rarest dates of the series in high grade. The present coin is an attractive choice specimen that displays sharply rendered central devices and vibrant surfaces. Offered at $2,975

1880 $4 Flowing Hair Stella PR63CAM NGC

1880 Flowing Hair $4 Stella PR63CAM NGC Rare and Elusive Judd 1657, Rarity 6. Bright and uniformly brilliant, with a touch of frosting on the central devices of both sides. Faint roller marks are visible on the central high points, but the strike was so strong that there is no weakness on the hair details and the striations created by the roller were almost completely obliterated.
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