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Sale 72

February 2-5. 2013


Dollars
 
 
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Lot 1471
1888-S. PCGS graded MS-64+ CAC Approved. Very close to MS65. Lower mintage issue (PCGS # 7186) .
Estimated Value $800 - 850.
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$1,553
Lot 1472
1889-CC. PCGS graded AU-58. Popular key date. Untoned and well struck. It is time for us to say up front we are more than a little pleased to describe this first-rate 89-CC which has lovingly cared-for fields, devices. The surfaces are of the finest order for its grade class. A coin whose supportive cartwheel luster still adorns the barely touched devices. Pleasingly sharp for the date, easily finer in sharpness than many in nominally higher grades (PCGS # 7190) .
Estimated Value $8,000 - 9,000.
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$13,800
Lot 1473
1889-CC. ICG graded EF-45. Low mintage issue (only 350,000 were struck). The Carson Mint had closed in 1885, only to be reopened late in 1889 when there was time to strike this small mintage of Morgan Dollars. Little was it known at the time how this would create a future numismatic rarity (PCGS # 7190) .
Estimated Value $1,500 - 1,700.
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$2,185
Lot 1474
1890-CC. Tail Bar. PCGS graded MS-63. Housed in an oversize PCGS green holder that is seldom seen. Fully struck and brilliant throughout with no limited bagmark abrasions present.VAM-4, Top 100 Variety, the popular and curious 'Tail Bar' variety was probably caused by the slip of an engraver's tool when finishing the die (PCGS # 87198) .
Estimated Value $700 - 800.
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$3,105
Lot 1475
1891-CC. NGC graded MS-64. CAC Approved PQ. Frosty and untoned, this is a lustrous example of the '91-CC issue (PCGS # 7206) .
Estimated Value $850 - 900.
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$1,783
Lot 1476
1891-CC. NGC graded MS-63. CAC Approved. Well struck and frosty (PCGS # 7206) .
Estimated Value $525 - 550.
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$805
Lot 1477
1891-CC. NGC graded MS-63. CAC Approved. Well struck and frosty (PCGS # 7206) .
Estimated Value $525 - 550.
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$587
Lot 1478
1891-CC VAM-3 Top-100 Spitting Eagle. NGC graded MS-62. Frosty white coin (PCGS # 7206) .
Estimated Value $450 - 500.
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$431
Lot 1479
1892. PCGS graded MS-64. A nice white coin. A lovely, frosty-white specimen, there are no objectionable bagmarks on either side, just a routine few for the assigned grade (PCGS # 7212) .
Estimated Value $675 - 700.
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$891
Lot 1480
1892-S NGC graded Unc Details. Improperly cleaned. Boldly struck and lightly toned. A popular key date and seldom offered this well struck. This is a minimally abraded and very attractive example of this key issue in the Morgan series, barring the light cleaning (PCGS # 7218) .
Estimated Value $2,500-UP.
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Lot 1481
1893-CC. NGC graded VF-30. A nice example (PCGS # 7222) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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Lot 1482
1893-S NGC graded XF Details. Improperly cleaned. Even toning on both sides which, as it deepens over time, will lessen any impact from the earlier cleaning. Well worth considering since 1893-S is one of the major Key Dates in Morgan dollars. Only 100,000 were minted. Most, after many years in circulation, are now extensively worn (PCGS # 7226) .
Estimated Value $5,000 - 5,500.
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$5,290
Lot 1483
1893-S. Fine-12. Nice natural toning. Consigned too late for 3rd party grading. A coin for the collector desiring an attractive specimen to fill in this always-challenging space in a Morgan Silver Dollar album.
Estimated Value $2,700 - 2,800.
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$3,105
Lot 1484
1893-S. ANACS graded Good-6 Details. Cleaned. Key date.
Estimated Value $1,500 - 1,600.
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$1,553
Lot 1485
1894 NGC graded XF Details. Scratches. A popular key date. Scarce, only 110,000 business strikes were produced this year (PCGS # 7228) .
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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Lot 1486
1894-S. PCGS graded MS-62. Semi-reflective fields one this sharply struck example from the San Francisco Mint (PCGS # 7232) .
Estimated Value $750 - 775.
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$863
Lot 1487
1895-O. NGC graded AU-58. A satiny white example of the finest order for this affordable About Uncirculated grade. Extensive remaining cartwheel luster graces the light silvery surfaces. Sharply struck for the 95-O date as well, easily finer in sharpness above the hair and on the eagle than many Mint States we have seen over the decades. Best of all, the surfaces are highly attractive, free of blemishes (PCGS # 7236) .
Estimated Value $2,000 - 2,500.
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$3,163
Lot 1488
1895-O. PCGS graded EF-45. Nice even toning (PCGS # 7236) .
Estimated Value $600 - 625.
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Lot 1489
1895-S PCGS graded Genuine Unc Details. Questionable color. Attractive prooflike surfaces. Well struck and pleasing to look at. A desirable coin for the Morgan Dollar collector (PCGS # 7238) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,250.
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$2,128
Lot 1490
1896. NGC graded Proof 68 Ultra Cameo. A superb brilliant white cameo treasure. Only 762 minted. A pristine snow white-capped gem! Over the years, we have been consigned several spectacular Cameo Proof 1896 Morgan Dollars. Few of them can compare to this lovely piece, however. Certainly among the most impressive is the NGC-certified 68 Ultra Cameo grade on the holder's insert. One hundred percent struck over all elements of the design, both sides are most noteworthy for their razor-sharp detail. The surfaces combine two qualities. The fields, a mirror-deep effect to a point almost beyond comprehension. At direct light angles, the field looks almost black, as though looking into a Black Hole in space. Meanwhile, the devices are ultra frosted by the dies. This was intentional. The mint took great pride in its know-how and skill in prepping the dies for just such an outcome. Silky smooth in texture, both sides are expertly preserved and readily deserving of the Proof 68 grade for the ultimate in beauty. To cap it all, everything is glistening white. Pop 12; 9 finer, 6 in 68 Star, 2 in 69, 1 in 69 Star (PCGS # 7331) .
Estimated Value $18,000 - 20,000.
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$29,900
Lot 1491
1896-O. PCGS graded AU-58. A hint of light tone and lustrous. Scarce in all higher grades (PCGS # 7242) .
Estimated Value $800 - 850.
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Lot 1492
1898-S. PCGS graded MS-64. Semi-reflective fields (PCGS # 7256) .
Estimated Value $500 - 525.
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$529
Lot 1493
  1900-O. PCGS graded all MS-64. Lot of 9 coins (PCGS # 7266) .
Estimated Value $525 - 550.
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$633
Lot 1494
1901-S. PCGS graded MS-63. Nice even old time toning over frosty surfaces (PCGS # 7276) .
Estimated Value $575 - 600.
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$591
Lot 1495
1901-S. PCGS graded MS-63. Nice even old time toning another choice example that has good eye-appeal from the supporting luster (PCGS # 7276) .
Estimated Value $575 - 600.
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$590
Lot 1496
1902 VAM-4 Top 100 Doubled Ear. PCGS graded MS-64. Ear strongly doubled at right outside and left inside. Hairline doubled just above ear and Liberty head profile doubled along nose, lips and chin. This is a surprisingly difficult VAM variety to find, especially in higher grades. The doubling is less evident than some other doubled ears but it is visible on even worn coins. Choice, lustrous coin. Pop 2; 1 finer in 65 (PCGS # 133966) .
Estimated Value $2,300 - 2,400.
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Lot 1497
1902-S. PCGS graded MS-63. A hint of tone. A few bag marks on the obverse (PCGS # 7282) .
Estimated Value $490 - 500.
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$506
Lot 1498
1903-O. PCGS graded MS-65. CAC Approved PQ. Lovely blue and golden toning. A wonderful coin. For many years until a group of '03-O dollars was released, these were considered very rare. Nice, flashy luster under the toning (PCGS # 7286) .
Estimated Value $550 - 600.
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$805
Lot 1499
1904-S. PCGS graded AU-53. A nice untoned coin of this scarcer S-mint issue. High grade examples are becoming more elusive by the year as the available supply shrinks due to collector demand (PCGS # 7294) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$633
Lot 1500
  1880-S and 1881-S BU Rolls. Coins grade MS60+ to MS65. A total of 2 BU Rolls . Lot of 40 coins.
Estimated Value $1,700 - 1,800.
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$2,128
Lot 1501
  A Set of Five 1878 BU Silver Dollars. Consists of: 8TF, 7/8TF, 7TF, '78-CC, and '78-S. Coins will grade MS60 to MS63. Housed in a Lucite holder.
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$610
Lot 1502
  A Collection of Silver Dollars 1878 to 1935-S. Missing the 1878 8TF, 1878 7/8, 1881-CC, 1895-P, and 1928-P. Coins grade AG to BU. The following coins are housed in GSA black holders: 1880-CC, 1883-CC, 1884-CC, and 1885-CC. All the GSA coins are in Unc condition. The 1893-S is NCS AG Details obverse scratch.
Estimated Value $6,000-UP.
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$8,338
Lot 1503
  A Nice Lot of Morgan and Peace Dollars. Consists of: 1878 8TF MS64 (1), 1878-CC Good (2), 1883-S XF (1), 1884-S XF some marks (1), 1885-S AU (1), 1887-S AU spots (1), 1893-CC About Good (1), 1893-O About Good (1), 1894-O XF (1), 1894-S VG (1), 1899 AU (2), 1900-O/CC XF (1), Pre 1921 Morgans AU to Unc (6), 1904-O PCI MS65 (1), 1921 Peace AU scratches (1), and mixed date Peace Dollars XF to AU (6). A nice lot.
Estimated Value $1,400-UP.
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$2,300
Lot 1504
  1878-S Morgan Dollars. Grades range from MS60 to MS63. Lot of 20 coins.
Estimated Value $900 - 1,000.
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$1,064
Lot 1505
  A Group of NGS Slabbed Morgan Dollars. Consists of: 1878-S MS67, 1881 MS66, 1897 MS67, 1881-O MS67, 1888 MS67, and 1896 MS67. All are overgraded. Lot of 6 coins.
Estimated Value $700 - 800.
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$403
Lot 1506
  A Group of PNGS Slabbed Morgan Dollars. Consists of: 1878-S MS67, 1884 MS67, 1887-O MS65, 1888-O MS66, 1891 MS65, and 1921 MS67. All are overgraded. Lot of 6 coins.
Estimated Value $700 - 800.
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$414
Lot 1507
  1878-S. PCGS graded all MS-62. Lot of 13 coins.
Estimated Value $650 - 700.
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$719
Lot 1508
  1878-S. PCGS graded all MS-63. Lot of 10 coins.
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$661
Lot 1509
  A Lot of Better Date Silver Dollars. Consists of: 1878-CC, 1878 7/8TF, 1878 8TF (2), 1883-S (2), 1884-S, 1893 (2), 1894-S, 1900-O/CC, and 1904-S. A total of 12 coins grading AG to AU.
Estimated Value $550 - 600.
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$776
Lot 1510
  A Lot of "S" Mint Morgan Dollars. PCGS graded all MS-63. Just graded by PCGS. Dates include: 1878-S, 1879-S (2), 1880-S (4), and 1881-S (5) . Lot of 12 coins.
Estimated Value $525 - 550.
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$719
Lot 1511
  A Set of Five 1878 BU Silver Dollars. Consists of: 8TF, 7/8TF, 7TF, '78-CC, and '78-S. Coins will grade MS60 to MS63. Housed in a Lucite holder.
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$575
Lot 1512
  A Lot of Morgan Dollars. PCGS graded all MS-64. Freshly graded coins. Dates include: 1879-S (2), 1880-S (2), 1881-S, 1882-S, 1883-O, 1884-O (4), 1885, 1886, 1888, 1899-O (2), 1900-O, 1901-O, and 1902-O. Lots of PQ coins. Lot of 19 coins.
Estimated Value $1,100 - 1,200.
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$1,380
Lot 1513
  A Lot of "S" Mint Morgan Dollars. PCGS graded all MS-65. Many are housed in Old Green Holders. Lot of 10 coins.
Estimated Value $1,100 - 1,200.
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$1,495
Lot 1514
  1879-O. Coins grade AU58 to MS61. Lot of 11 coins.
Estimated Value $450 - 500.
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$460
Lot 1515
  1880-S. PCGS graded all MS-65. Lot of 19 white coins.
Estimated Value $1,900 - 2,000.
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$2,358
Lot 1516
  A Lot of Fifty Silver Dollars. Dates range from 1880's to 1921. Most have been retoned and are in ungraded plastic holders. Lot of 50 coins.
Estimated Value $1,200 - 1,300.
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$1,898
Lot 1517
  A Lot of Morgan Dollars. PCGS graded all MS-63. Just graded by PCGS. Dates include: 1880, 1881, 1881-O, 1882, 1883 (2), 1885 (3), 1886, 1887 (4), 1888 (2), 1889 (2), 1896, and 1897. Lot of 20 coins.
Estimated Value $900 - 950.
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$1,150
Lot 1518
  A Lot of Morgan Dollars. Dates range from 1880's to 1921 all in 3rd party grading service holders. Overgraded and artificially toned. Lot of 36 coins.
Estimated Value $700 - 750.
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$1,208
Lot 1519
  A Lot of Morgan Dollars. Dates range from 1880's to 1921. Some are retoned. Grades range from XF to Unc . Lot of 24 coins.
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$863
Lot 1520
  A Lot of U.S. Silver Dollars. Consists of: 1880-S PCGS MS63 (2), 1884 PCGS MS64 (1), 1887 PCGS MS62 (1), 1881-S and 1887 ICG MS63, 1878-CC XF cleaned (1), 1887 MS63 (1), 1887-O MS60+ (1), 1897-S MS60+ (1), 1900 AU55 (1), 1921 Peace VG8 (1), 1924-S XF cleaned (1), and 1935 MS60+ (2) . Lot of 15 coins.
Estimated Value $500 - 600.
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$863



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