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U.S. Postal History and U.S. Gold Goins continued...

$20 Liberty Double Eagles continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
9167   Image$20.00 1882 S (#8998).

MS62 NGC (# 139005011)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $3,000

ESTIMATE: $2,000

MIN. BID W/O BP: $1,600

CONDITION NOTES: Honey-gold with lots of rose in angled light, sharply defined strike, slight friction chatter and a mildly distracting diagonal mark in the field at right

COMMENTS: A large number of Double Eagles -- 1,125,000 -- were minted at San Francisco in 1882. Most of the high-grade pieces come from European bank hoards. (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 8998 ]

$ 2,000.00

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
9168   Image$20.00 1883 S (#9000).

MS63 PCGS (# 11895330)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $4,500

ESTIMATE: $3,000

MIN. BID W/O BP: $2,400

CONDITION NOTES: Beautiful orange gold with flashes of original crimson luster, sharply defined strike, barest traces of friction

COMMENTS: A large number of Double Eagles -- 1,189,000 -- were minted at San Francisco in 1883. Most of the high-grade pieces come from European bank hoards. NGC reports 94 MS63 and 3 64+ (7 higher, but none better than MS64), and PCGS 275 MS64 and 17 64+ (16 higher, none over 64+). (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9000 ]

$ 3,000.00

SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
9169   Image$20.00 1884 S (#9002).

MS63 PCGS (# 21074007)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $3,500

ESTIMATE: $2,300

MIN. BID W/O BP: $1,800

CONDITION NOTES: Gorgeous honey and rose gold luster, sharp strike, minimal friction marks with the most obvious being a diagonal scratch in the left field

COMMENTS: 916,000 Double Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1884. NGC and PCGS report a combined total of approximately 600 in MS63 and 63+ grades (50 higher). (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9002 ]

$ 2,300.00

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
9170   Image$20.00 1885 S (#9005).

MS63 PCGS (# 6624967)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $3,060

ESTIMATE: $2,000

MIN. BID W/O BP: $1,600

CONDITION NOTES: Honey-gold with rose accents in angled light, sharp strike, scattered marks on both surfaces, one on cheek, others mainly confined to fields

COMMENTS: 683,500 Double Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1885. (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9005 ]

$ 2,000.00

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
9171   Image$20.00 1885 S (#9005).

MS62 NGC (# 3775070042)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $2,480

ESTIMATE: $1,600

MIN. BID W/O BP: $1,400

CONDITION NOTES: Honey-gold that flashes rose in angled light, sharp strike, a few scattered marks on both surfaces

COMMENTS: 683,500 Double Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1885. (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9005 ]

$ 1,600.00

SOLD for $1,650.00
Will close during Public Auction
9172   Image$20.00 1887 S (#9007).

MS62 PCGS (# 5629621)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $4,000

ESTIMATE: $2,600

MIN. BID W/O BP: $2,000

CONDITION NOTES: Rose gold with gorgeous original luster, minimal abrasion marks, so few we wonder if this qualifies for an MS63 grade

COMMENTS: 283,000 Double Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1887. High-grade examples are scarce. NGC reports only 214 MS62 and 27 MS63 (none higher). PCGS reports 502 MS62 and 16 62+ (84 higher). (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9007 ]

$ 2,600.00

SOLD for $2,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
9173   Image$20.00 1887 S (#9007).

MS62 PCGS (# 5945655)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $4,000

ESTIMATE: $2,600

MIN. BID W/O BP: $2,000

CONDITION NOTES: Rose gold with gorgeous original luster, scattered abrasion marks

COMMENTS: 283,000 Double Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1887. High-grade examples are scarce. NGC reports only 214 MS62 and 27 MS63 (none higher). PCGS reports 502 MS62 and 16 62+ (84 higher). (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9007 ]

$ 2,600.00

SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
9174   Image$20.00 1888 S (#9008).

MS62+ PCGS (# 83875355)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $2,450

ESTIMATE: $1,600

MIN. BID W/O BP: $1,400

CONDITION NOTES: Honey-gold that flashes rose in angled light, some darker patina on face, sharp strike, some friction chatter and a few tiny marks

COMMENTS: 859,600 Double Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1888. Although NGC and PCGS report nearly 1,200 pieces graded at MS62, between them only 9 are graded 62+ (and 302 higher). (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9008 ]

$ 1,600.00

SOLD for $1,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
9175   Image$20.00 1890 (#9013).

MS63 PCGS (# 25676117)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $7,090

ESTIMATE: $4,500

MIN. BID W/O BP: $3,500

CONDITION NOTES: Deep gold with original luster that flashes crimson in angled light, sharp strike, the surfaces are virtually free of any distracting marks, a few tiny diagonal lines visible in field at right in angled light and one contact mark at top of head, a strong MS63 (MS64 candidate?) and outstanding example of this scarce and desirable Type II year

COMMENTS: Only 75,940 Double Eagles were struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1890, making this year one of the keys” of the series. Discoveries in the past few decades have brought s decent supply to market in grades up to MS62. However, from MS63 the 1890 becomes very scarce. NGC reports 27 at MS63 27 and 2 at 63+ (4 higher). PCGS reports 57 MS63 and one at 63+ (7 higher). (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9013 ]

$ 4,500.00

SOLD for $3,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
9176   Image$20.00 1891 S (#9018).

MS64 NGC (# 598763016)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $4,530

ESTIMATE: $3,000

MIN. BID W/O BP: $2,400

CONDITION NOTES: Honey-gold with lots of rose accents and original luster, sharp strike, some friction chatter on face but virtually no distracting marks

COMMENTS: A large number of Double Eagles -- 1,288,125 -- were minted at San Francisco in 1891. Most of the high-grade pieces come from European bank hoards. NGC reports 72 MS64, one 64+ and 2 65 (none higher). PCGS reports 147 MS64, 7 64+ and one 65 (none higher). Therefore, this 1891-S in MS64 grade may be considered legitimately scarce. (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9018 ]

$ 3,000.00

SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
9177   Image$20.00 1892 S (#9021).

MS64 PCGS (# 50203147)

CDN/CPG® VALUE: $6,250

ESTIMATE: $4,000

MIN. BID W/O BP: $3,250

CONDITION NOTES: Honey-gold that flashes rose in angled light, sharp strike, some moderate friction chatter and a few tiny marks

COMMENTS: The 1892-S Liberty Double Eagle (930,150 minted) is considerably scarcer in MS64 or better grades. NGC reports 63 MS64 and 9 at 64+ (8 higher). PCGS reports 147 MS64 and 7 at 64+ (only one higher). (Image) (image2)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 9021 ]

$ 4,000.00

SOLD for $3,600.00
Will close during Public Auction

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