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1795 50C Flowing Hair
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1795 50c Flowing Hair XF 45 NGC 2 Leaves Variety - Overton 110 (O-110) There is probably no more coveted design in numismatics than the flowing hair design that graced our nation's one-dollar and half-dollar coins in the late 1700's. This Flowing Hair design was struck on half-dollar coins in the U.S. for only two years (1794-1795) This coin appeals to a large audience of collectors. This is one of just 86 coins known in this grade. Most 1795 Half Dollars are found in Good to Fine grades....

1843-O $5 Small Letters Gold Liberty
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There are two different varieties of the half eagles struck at the New Orleans Mint in 1843. The first is the Small Letter variety that used leftover reverse dies of the 1842. It is by far the rarest of the two varieties, and it has an estimated mintage of just 19,075 coins. Today, there are just 100 to 150 coins known in all grades. The 1843-O SL half eagle is most frequently found in VF to XF grades and locating one in AU grades can be quite challenging. NGC and PCGS combined have only...

1845-O $10 Gold Liberty VP-003
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The 1845-O eagle has an original mintage of 47,500 coins. Today, NGC and PCGS combined have certified just 410 coins in all grades. Interestingly, the 1845-O eagle is just one of three No Motto eagles from the New Orleans Mint that the Smithsonian does not have an example of in its famed collection. This issue is typically found in VF (Very Fine) to XF (Extra Fine) grades. It becomes difficult for collectors to acquire in AU (About Uncirculated) grades and nearly impossible in Mint State...

1908 $20 St. Gaudens No Motto
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In 1907, Roosevelt insisted the Motto "IN GOD WE TRUST" be removed from our coinage. He believed that by eliminating the Motto form our Nation's coinage, he was protecting the sanctity of the phrase. The President did not want God's name to appear on coins that would be used for mundane (and even some profane) transactions.Citizens were outraged by the removal of the Motto. In 1908, Congress passed an act that required the Motto to appear on all gold and silver coins. However, by this time the...

1914-S $20 Gold Saint Gaudens
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In 1914, the San Francisco Mint struck close to 1.5 million $20 gold pieces and most have been lost to circulation or bullion melts. Today, only a small percentage -- about 1% -- are known to have survived in Choice MS 63 grade.This makes the 1914-S $20 Saint more than 13 times rarer than a common date $20 Saint in MS 63 grade. However, this particular coin can be acquired today at the exact same price as the most common date saint in MS 63 grade!This is a no brainer for any astute gold coin...