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Congratulations to the QUANTUM LEAP COLLECTION!

Posted by | Tuesday, September 19, 2017 |

We would like to congratulate the QUANTUM LEAP COLLECTION for adding this hard to locate piece to an already impressive collection! 1882-O $10 Gold Liberty PCGS AU 55 Mintage: 10,820 Population in all grades (NGC/PCGS): 378 Population in AU55 (NGC/PCGS):65 The 1882-O eagle has an original mintage of just 10,820 coins. Today, less than 400 examples are certified in all grades by both NGC and PCGS. When available, the 1882-O eagle is typically found in Very Fine (VF) to Extra-Fine grades (XF). In...

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1893-CC $1 Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS62

Posted by | Friday, July 28, 2017 |

In 1893, the United States witnessed one of the worst economic depressions in its history, known today as the panic of 1893. The national unemployment rate jumped to 11.7% and nearly 600 banking institutions closed. As a result, silver prices fell significantly and confidence in silver as well as the demand for silver coinage fell too. Production of silver dollars at all U.S. Mints saw a sharp decline from 1892 to 1893.For example, in 1892, the U.S. Mint struck over 6.3 million Morgan Silver...

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1992 $25 Gold American Eagle MS 69

Posted by | Friday, July 28, 2017 |

1992 $25 Gold American Eagle MS 69Every year the $5 and $50 Gold American Eagles are produced in the highest quantities each year because they are the most popular denominations for bullion investors. The $5 coin, although small, is produced in large quantities because it is affordable to the masses and the $50 piece is the preferred denomination for bullion investors because it is cheapest per ounce Gold American Eagle you can buy. The $25 Gold Eagle, on the other hand, is in a unique category...

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1841-O $10 Gold Liberty NGC XF 45

Posted by | Monday, June 5, 2017 |

Mintage: 2,500Population: 26The 1841-O is a crucial coin in the New Orleans No Motto Eagle set because it is the first year in which the New Orleans Mint produced the eagle denomination. It is also the second rarest date in the set behind the 1859-O eagle and is very scarce in all grades.In 1841, the New Orleans Mint struck just 2,500 coins, and there are less than 100 survivors known today in all grades. In fact, the 1841-O is one of the rarest gold coins produced in any denomination from the...

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