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  • Old holders rattlers , 2 OGH CAC approved .
    Old holders rattlers , 2 OGH CAC approved .
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  • A couple more showed up today!
    A couple more showed up today!
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  • A picture is worth a thousand words
    A picture is worth a thousand words
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  • Now that there are more than 10 CACG sample slabs, I had to change my set to a box of twenty set. I'm still missing 2 coins. DM me if you have a 2005-P Witter U sample or an IMEX sample for sale!
    Now that there are more than 10 CACG sample slabs, I had to change my set to a box of twenty set. I'm still missing 2 coins. DM me if you have a 2005-P Witter U sample or an IMEX sample for sale!
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  • Ok now my turn to try a video...
    Ok now my turn to try a video...
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  • So many early coppers suffer weak / uneven strike or rough surfaces. Does anyone know what is the difference between rough surfaces that get the CAC sticker and environmental damage that doesn't sticker or gets a details grade?
    So many early coppers suffer weak / uneven strike or rough surfaces. Does anyone know what is the difference between rough surfaces that get the CAC sticker and environmental damage that doesn't sticker or gets a details grade?
    Sharp strike on this PCGS AU58 CAC. The planchet flaws appear more pronounced in the photo than in hand.
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  • This is a very interesting video. I don't know if conservative is the right word for this type of grading. For some of these, I think "wrong" is a better word. Let me know what you think...

    https://youtu.be/K8D_qDU_-U0?si=FV62C44g2JjLHzZ1
    This is a very interesting video. I don't know if conservative is the right word for this type of grading. For some of these, I think "wrong" is a better word. Let me know what you think... https://youtu.be/K8D_qDU_-U0?si=FV62C44g2JjLHzZ1
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  • Sharing new picture with the CAC/CACG group.
    Sharing new picture with the CAC/CACG group.
    I'll post another coin for this weekend. This Seated half is a better variety with some neat color.
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  • I haven't posted in some time so here is another coin that I hope the community enjoys.
    I haven't posted in some time so here is another coin that I hope the community enjoys.
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  • Booth 1225
    Accepting submissions for both Grading and Stickering this Thursday through Saturday while also showcasing a landmark display at the table. See you there!
    Booth 1225 Accepting submissions for both Grading and Stickering this Thursday through Saturday while also showcasing a landmark display at the table. See you there!
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  • Nothing much... Just a STUNNING piece in auction now at DLRC!
    Nothing much... Just a STUNNING piece in auction now at DLRC!
    DLRC December 3rd Auction Highlight!

    An impressive gem 1878 $3 PCGS/CAC MS66 ex: Bass Collection! The 1878 $3 Princess is by far the most plentiful date in the series and the most available in high grade. As such, it is the ideal choice for type collectors. The collector seeking a visually stunning gem example needs to look no further! From the famed Harry W. Bass Jr. Collection, only two finer examples have earned CAC approval. The present offering features luminous mint luster shining from sharply defined fields complimented by stunning straw-gold coloration. The eye appeal is truly magnificent and included with the coin is the original tag from the collection. View this coin and place your bid now! https://davidlawrence.com/auctions/lot/763852

    #pcgs #cac #rarecoins #uscoins #keydate #coincollecting #coins #numismatics #dlrc #gold #threedollar #gem #unc #original #bass #collection #harrybass #available #auction #forsale #bidnow
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  • Just listed some PCGS CAC coins on the Collectors forum. Feel free to message me here or there (ideally) if interested. Here’s the list:

    https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/1097007/fsho-pcgs-cac-peace-dollars-1921-1922-1927-type-coins-2c-h10c-2-5-indian-all-w-trueview

    1864 2c MS64BN
    1871 H10c AU55
    1921 $1 Peace MS62
    1922 $1 MS65+
    1927 $1 MS64
    1908 $2.5 AU58
    1936 50c Long Is MS65
    Just listed some PCGS CAC coins on the Collectors forum. Feel free to message me here or there (ideally) if interested. Here’s the list: https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/1097007/fsho-pcgs-cac-peace-dollars-1921-1922-1927-type-coins-2c-h10c-2-5-indian-all-w-trueview 1864 2c MS64BN 1871 H10c AU55 1921 $1 Peace MS62 1922 $1 MS65+ 1927 $1 MS64 1908 $2.5 AU58 1936 50c Long Is MS65
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    [FSHO] PCGS CAC Peace Dollars (1921, 1922, 1927) & Type Coins (2c, H10c, $2.5 Indian)—all w/TrueView
    All coins are out of my personal collection, carefully selected for PQ, eye-appealing examples. All prices are all-in delivered.
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  • New purchase. 1858 is the second lowest mintage of all 1850’s Philadelphia mint double eagles. With a mintage of 211,714, only about 1,035 are estimated to survive in all grades. Only 68 through ALL grades are approved by CAC and only 4 in this grade. Ex. Fairmont Collection. This is for sale via private message
    New purchase. 1858 is the second lowest mintage of all 1850’s Philadelphia mint double eagles. With a mintage of 211,714, only about 1,035 are estimated to survive in all grades. Only 68 through ALL grades are approved by CAC and only 4 in this grade. Ex. Fairmont Collection. This is for sale via private message
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  • CACG grades world coins?!
    CACG grades world coins?!
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