Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 75

September Pre Long Beach


$20 Liberty/With Motto
 
 
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Lot 2183
1871. NGC gradede AU Details. Rev. Rim Filed. Delicate rose color toning rests within the devices. Only 80,150 struck (PCGS # 8960) Estimated Value $1,500 - 1,600
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$2,300
Lot 2184
1875-CC. PCGS graded Genuine. Altered Surface - UNC Details. One of the affordable dates struck during the Type 2 period which lasted from 1866 until 1876. The three CC dates, 1874, 1875, and 1876 average EF to AU, sometimes choicer. Because they were struck at the height of the Comstock Lode era of gold and silver mining, mintage was high (for the period) with ready availability (PCGS # 8974) Estimated Value $2,200 - 2,400
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$2,990
Lot 2185
1882-S. PCGS graded AU-50. (PCGS # 8998) Estimated Value $1,400 - 1,450
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$1,328
Lot 2186
1883-S. PCGS graded MS-61. Delicately toned and lustrous. An example struck at San Francisco in what was sometimes referred to as the "Mauve Decade" by literary personages (PCGS # 9000) Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,350
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$1,668
Lot 2187
1890-S. PCGS graded AU-58. (PCGS # 9015) Estimated Value $1,350 - 1,400
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$1,328
Lot 2188
1893. PCGS graded MS-61. (PCGS # 9022) Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,350
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$1,409
Lot 2189
1895. NGC graded MS-60. (PCGS # 9027) Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,350
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$1,409
Lot 2190
1899. PCGS graded MS-60. In an OGH (PCGS # 9035) Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,350
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$1,409
Lot 2191
1900. ANACS graded MS-64. Frosty with some coppery spots, one quite prominent on the reverse. in a new style ANACS holder. Estimated Value $1,900 - 2,000
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$1,524
Lot 2192
1900. NGC graded MS-64. CAC Approved. A very choice well struck example. Frosty and sharply struck, the smooth surfaces would settle for nothing less than the MS64 grade. Far in advance as the luster goes, so too are the designs: Fully struck in all areas of Liberty with pinpoint detailing on the coronets beaded edge and elsewhere (PCGS # 9037) Estimated Value $1,700 - 1,800
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$2,653
Lot 2193
1900. PCGS graded MS-63. Delicately toned with some light coppery spots (PCGS # 9037) Estimated Value $1,600 - 1,700
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$1,524
Lot 2194
1900. NGC graded MS-61. Brilliant and untoned (PCGS # 9037) Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,350
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$1,380
Lot 2195
1900-S. PCGS graded MS-62. (PCGS # 9038) Estimated Value $1,450 - 1,500
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$1,466
Lot 2196
1901. NGC graded MS-63. Uncommonly smooth with fully metallic, golden-bright features (PCGS # 9039) Estimated Value $1,500 - 1,600
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$1,668
Lot 2197
1903-S. PCGS graded MS-64+. CAC Approved. A splendid pinkish-golden beauty. A fresh gold-surfaced coin whose high-end depth of detail in the design complements the equally rolling mint bloom. Where an ineffectual imprint is sometimes left by the rebound of the dies that struck Liberty $20 coinage, the opposite is in fact the case here: devices show unusual clarity and fine detail in the centers. Bidders be advised, you may experience serious competition.Pop 6; 12 finer all in 65. (PCGS # 9044) Estimated Value $2,000-UP
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$4,485
Lot 2198
1904. PCGS graded MS-64+. A gorgeous golden example exhibiting mint bloom colors, the 1904 is by all accounts the most plentiful issue, but that means collectors have a wider variety from which to cherry-pick a good looking specimen. And this, for its MS64 grade and color is top-of-the-line! (PCGS # 9045) Estimated Value $1,800 - 1,850
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$2,185
Lot 2199
1904. PCGS graded MS-63. CAC Approved. Housed in an Old Green Holder. Lovely golden-orange colors. It is absurd to go on writing lengthy descriptions in these days for a normal-sighted public. The growing tenseness of life, with its small print, its bombastic internet blogs read on LCD screen, and its fast-motion action videos and Youtube flood, is whittling down the section of the populace which has perfect sight to a mere handful of appreciative numismatists who can enjoy a coin such as this 1904 Liberty double eagle at their leisure (PCGS # 9045) Estimated Value $1,700 - 1,750
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$2,243
Lot 2200
1904. NGC graded MS-63. Untoned surfaces. Estimated Value $1,700 - 1,750
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$1,725
Lot 2201
1904. NGC graded MS-63. Star PL. CAC Approved. A glittering Proof-like example. Pop 1; 3 finer in 64. Estimated Value $1,600-UP
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$2,530
Lot 2202
  1904. PCGS graded MS-62. Housed in a First Generation Holder. Bright and lustrous. (PCGS # 9045). Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,350
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$1,466






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