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Congratulations to the ELLE COLLECTION!

Posted by | Thursday, September 21, 2017 |

Congratulations to the ELLE COLLECTION on adding this superb Type 1 No Motto New Orleans Gold Eagle! In 1844, the New Orleans Mint struck 118,700 $10 gold coins, and today just 593 coins have been certified in all grades. That's just one-half of one-percent of the original mintage that is known to have survived.

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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 69 Every 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...

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