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1958 Franklin Half Dollar, Gem Uncirculated
Year: 1958
Condition: PCGS MS-66
Description: Out of an original 1958 U. S. Mint Set. A bright coin with light splashy or "speckled" toning highlights, a basic charcoal gray with green and red tones mixed in - an attractive coin.
Price: $95.00
Item Id #006488    See Details...
1958 Washington Quarter, Gem Uncirculated, Interesting Color
Year: 1958
Condition: PCGS MS-66+
Description: Out of an original 1958 U. S. Mint Set. The commonly seen "speckled" toning, with a mix of purple, red and gray. Fairly scarce as a "+" coin; auction records to $175 (on ebay of all places). The toning does not hide the bright flashy luster underneath - a very nice coin. If you like 1950's toned Silver coinage, this should appeal.
Price: $75.00
Item Id #006496    See Details...
1958 Franklin Half Dollar, Gem Proof, Old Rattler
Year: 1958
Condition: PCGS PR-66
Description: A Gem Proof example in a First Generation "Rattler" holder. A nice looking coin with a hint of Cameo contrast, just enough to set off Franklin's features. A nice clean holder as well, not all beat up as many are after 30+ years. There are some very light old glue remnants on the back from old stickers, easily removed by the new owner (I did not want to risk scratching the holder).
Price: $74.00
Item Id #006768    See Details...
1958-D Franklin Half Dollar, Gem Uncirculated, Fabulous Mint Set Color!
Year: 1958D
Condition: PCGS MS-66FBL
Description: Out of an original U. S. Mint Set, with stunning Reverse sheet toning in pink-orange with green undertone, with similar shades as highlights along the Obverse edge. My images do not begin to give it justice - not as dark as many toned coins of this date. This is certainly worth a premium over a plain jane 66FBL for the color, in my opinion.
Price: $210.00
Item Id #005690    See Details...
1958-D Washington Quarter, Gem Uncirculated, Interesting Color
Year: 1958D
Condition: PCGS MS-66
Description: Out of an original 1958 U. S. Mint Set. I find that the Denver Mint issues out of these sets tend to have less interesting color for some reason. This coin however shows multicolored splashes of sea green and bright pink-red scattered over both sides. An interesting looking coin. The toning does not hide the bright flashy luster underneath - a very nice coin. If you like 1950's toned Silver coinage, this should appeal.
Price: $35.00
Item Id #006497    See Details...
Las Vegas Souvenir Morgan Dollar Replica
Year: 1960
Condition: AU/Unc
Description: Souvenir token/medallion from Las Vegas, NV, showing the sign from the Golden Nugget and the Strip on one side, a Morgan Dollar head on the other. Circa the 1950's/60's, 51mm cast in type or white metal, made in Japan (marked). Somewhat crude as is the nature of such souvenirs. Basically as made with complete plating except a touch of wear on the highest points. A great cross-collectible for any Silver Dollar collector!
Price: $48.00
Item Id #006627    See Details...
Lincoln's 10,000 Silver Dollar Bar Souvenir, Morgan Dollar Replica
Year: 1960
Condition: AU/Unc
Description: Souvenir token/medallion from the famous Lincoln's 10,000 Silver Dollar Bar, in Haugen, Montana, Circa the 1950's/60's. 51mm cast in type or white metal, made in Japan (marked). Somewhat crude as is the nature of such souvenirs. Basically as made with complete plating except a touch of wear on the highest points. A great cross-collectible for any Silver Dollar collector!
Price: $48.00
Item Id #006628    See Details...
Lincoln's 10,000 Silver Dollar Bar Souvenir
Year: 1960
Condition: AU/Unc
Description: Not strictly speaking "exonumia", but listed here as it is related to the other similar items I am also offering. A souvenir saucer/plate from the famous Lincoln's 10,000 Silver Dollar Bar, in Haugen, Montana. About 5" diameter (don't have it in front of me to measure precisely), Circa the 1950's or 60's. Made to hang on a wall - that is what the two small holes in the back are for. Basically as-made, no damage and the gilt and image transfer are all complete. A great cross-collectible for any Silver Dollar collector! Anyone interested in a "package" deal on all the related Lincoln's Bar items, just give me a holler. This will be very carefully packaged for shipment.
Price: $48.00
Item Id #006629    See Details...
Lincoln's 10,000 Silver Dollar Bar Souvenir Teacup!
Year: 1960
Condition: AU/Unc
Description: Not strictly speaking "exonumia", but listed here as it is related to the other similar items I am also offering. A souvenir teacup from the famous Lincoln's 10,000 Silver Dollar Bar, in Haugen, Montana, circa the 1950's/60's. Somehow, I have a problem associating this type of item with an Eastern Montana cowboy bar, so it says something about how many tourists floated through just to see the famous bar top! A great cross-collectible for any Silver Dollar collector! Anyone interested in a "package" deal on all the related Lincoln's Bar items, just give me a holler. This will be very carefully packaged for shipment.
Price: $48.00
Item Id #006630    See Details...
Lincoln's 10,000 Silver Dollar Bar Postcard
Year: 1960
Condition: Unused
Description: Not strictly speaking "exonumia", but listed here as it is related to the other similar items I am also offering. Souvenir postcard from the famous Lincoln's 10,000 Silver Dollar Bar, in Haugen, Montana, circa the 1950's/60's. Unused, obviously a souvenir of a stop at this famous watering hole. Some light edge wear and a small stain are noted. A great cross-collectible for any Silver Dollar collector! Anyone interested in a "package" deal on all the related Lincoln's Bar items, just give me a holler. This will be very carefully packaged for shipment.
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #006631    See Details...
1962 Jefferson Nickel, Gem BU, Very PQ
Year: 1962
Condition: PCGS MS-65
Description: A nice Gem BU PCGS certified example of this early 1960's date. Due to high mintages and generally ignoring quality of production, nice well struck coins are not all that common. It also shows the difference in grading standards applied to modern coins, as if this was dated in the 1950's it would have likely certified a 66.
Price: $22.00
Item Id #004991    See Details...
1970 Lincoln Cent, Choice Uncirculated, Outrageous Mint Set Toning!
Year: 1970
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: (SOLD December, 2016 for $59) A frankly stunning example of a modern toned Lincoln Cent, out of a 1970 Mint Set. This bears the unmistakable parallel vertical lines of toning across the Obverse that seem to be a feature of coins from sets of this period for some reason. Otherwise a darker brick red Obverse with bright green toning on the right side, a dark mauve-orange on the Reverse with some of the same green as highlights. This color typically develops when a small hole is worn or punched through the covering plastic film, allowing air to enter and cause a reaction with the cardstock insert used to stiffen 1970's Mint Set packaging. However, it is rarely this significant or extraordinary - a perfect case of taking a 25 Cent coin and adding implied value for how "pretty" it becomes. Realizing that this is not to everyone's taste, this is offered here for the lover of original color ... the viewer will have to decide if it merits the price.
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #005616    See Details...
1972 Lincoln Cent, Doubled Die Obverse, Nice Uncirculated Example
Year: 1972
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: (SOLD September, 2016 for $349) A nice Uncirculated example of this Doubled Die Obverse, nicer than most you will see that are not still fully Red. As this variety was discovered after coins hit circulation, most examples have at least minor issues with fingerprints, spots, stains, etc., or have been cleaned. This is original and shows an interesting darker brick red color with some greenish toning highlights. One small spot at Lincoln's chin would keep this to a 64, otherwise with mark free surfaces. This would almost certainly certify as a "Brown", but is definitely much nicer than most of those you see in that color.
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #005459    See Details...
1972 Lincoln Cent, Doubled Die Obverse #2, Gem BU
Year: 1972
Condition: Gem Uncirculated
Description: (SOLD January, 2017 for $85, on ebay) Once the first 1972 Doubled Die Cents were discovered in circulation, the hunt was on (to be repeated in 1995). A number of other DDO dies were found, currently eight known on Business Strikes, plus one on a Proof die, so the Philly die shop had some problems this year for some reason. This coin is an example of the second die found, Coneca DDO-002, Cherrypickers FS-01-1972-102. A fully Red blazing Gem BU - examples of Dies #2 and onward are nicer than most examples you will find of the #1 DDO, as most examples of #1 were handled with less care than the later discoveries. Although this die is not recognized by PCGS or NGC, other certification services such as ANACS do certify these, and this should have no problem grading a 65. If the coin looks a bit odd in my main images, that is because I imaged it within a Kointains holder (included with the coin).
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #005307    See Details...
1984 Lincoln Cent, Doubled Die Obverse
Year: 1984
Condition: NGC MS-65 RD
Description: (SOLD May, 2015 for $289) A nice fully Red example of this famous variety, with Lincoln's "doubled ear" plainly visible. Trends $300.
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #004332    See Details...
1988 Silver Eagle, Better Date - Monster Toning!
Year: 1988
Condition: PCGS MS-68
Description: (SOLD April, 2018 for $375, cheap I think ...) Ignore the date, the grade and even the fact that this is a PCGS graded coin. The price is based upon one thing only -that this has some of the most outrageous original color that I have ever seen on a Silver Eagle. The coin and color are brighter than shown here, due to the difficulty of properly imaging toning. The 1988 is a tougher date in grades better than this, due to spotting and problems with poor handling, the 1986 to about 1990 Eagle dates being widely sold simply as Silver bullion rather than as a collectible. The 68 grade is accounted for by one small bright spot, which appears to be a stack mark. If this was in a 70 holder, it might be a five figure coin.
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #006376    See Details...
1994-D Jefferson Nickel, Unusual Full Step Example
Year: 1994D
Condition: Gem Uncirculated
Description: Perhaps a bit odd, especially coming from Denver which traditionally has produced better quality coinage, this date is very difficult to locate with Full Steps. This is an original Gem BU coin out of an original roll I once had in stock, out of which I slabbed a PCGS MS-67FS coin, only the third so certified. Amazingly enough, this is a $1,000+ coin, quite something for a Modern issue. I make no claims to that lofty status for this example, but in my experience this would likely certify as MS-65FS.
Price: $29.00
Item Id #005740    See Details...
1999 Jefferson Nickel, Broadstruck, Gem Uncirculated
Year: 1999P
Condition: PCGS MS-66
Description: An almost perfectly centered broadstruck specimen, with problem free lustrous surfaces. Well struck and with obvious Full Steps, although not so designated on the PCGS label. Oddly enough, most centered broadstrikes are FS as the very nature of the error promotes a full, deep strike. Perhaps oddly enough, this particular date is relatively commonly found with this type of error, probably simply due to an increase in mintage means more chance for a mistake during production. Not commonly found this nice however as the nature of the error also means that the coins tend to catch a lot of "flack".
Price: $115.00
Item Id #005062    See Details...
2000 Lincoln Cent, Wide AM Variety
Year: 2000
Condition: NGC MS-66RD
Description: FS-901. A Gem Uncirculated example of this error Hub Reverse, the design meant to strike Proofs only - similar to the Close vs. Wide AM varieties of the early 1990's. While untold Billions of coins were produced this year, only about 1000 certified at NGC, and about 100 at PCGS.
Price: $79.00
Item Id #005601    See Details...
2005-D Jefferson Nickel, Bison Design, Speared Bison Variety
Year: 2005D
Condition: PCGS MS-64
Description: (SOLD November, 2016 for $200, on ebay) Bison on Plain design, the new "Buffalo Nickel" which proved very popular. This is an example of the Speared Bison variety, caused by a die gouge that leaves the impression of a spear passing through the Bison's back. A no problem coin with the variety being obvious, as shown. Even given the immense popularity of the Lewis & Clark Nickel program, not a lot of these certified - less than 650 in Unc at PCGS. It seems harder to locate these now, as most rolls would have been searched already for potential submissions.
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #005313    See Details...