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  • SOLD 1943 50C MS67 PCGS CAC

    Since its issuance, the Walking Liberty Half Dollar design has remained a favorite among numismatists, with many considering it one of the most beautiful motifs ever used on a circulating coin. This 1943 Walking Liberty Half Dollar is as close to perfection you can get while still maintaining affordability. This PCGS encased example is graded as Mint State (MS) 67 with CAC approval. One small grade jump higher puts these coins in the $20,000 plus range. This distinctive color is seldom observed on Walking Liberty Half Dollars. The obverse showcases a radiant center reminiscent of the day it left the mint. Surrounding this brilliance, a spectrum of colors emerges, transitioning from auburn to vibrant royal purple and infrequently seen chartreuse green. The lower obverse exhibits more subdued lime greens, while the outer right edge displays lively yellows. The reverse is adorned in a blanket of color, ranging from vivid greens on the right edge, progressing through chestnut and russet browns, and culminating in light red and cinnamon tones. Most importantly the coin very beautifully showcases the rising sun in bright neon pink, a lovely touch for this desirable coin. Very few examples have come up to auction but when they do, these sell for very strong. The only CAC toned MS67 example we found was a 1946-D 50C MS67 PCGS CAC for $4,818 05/22 LE and a NGC MS67* CAC for $6,591 04/21 GC, whilst a non-CAC 1947 50C MS67 for $8,400 08/21 HA, which comparatively ours is substantially nicer than all three and perhaps would bring a new record at auction.
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    SOLD 🔵 1943 50C MS67 PCGS CAC 🔵 Since its issuance, the Walking Liberty Half Dollar design has remained a favorite among numismatists, with many considering it one of the most beautiful motifs ever used on a circulating coin. This 1943 Walking Liberty Half Dollar is as close to perfection you can get while still maintaining affordability. This PCGS encased example is graded as Mint State (MS) 67 with CAC approval. One small grade jump higher puts these coins in the $20,000 plus range. This distinctive color is seldom observed on Walking Liberty Half Dollars. The obverse showcases a radiant center reminiscent of the day it left the mint. Surrounding this brilliance, a spectrum of colors emerges, transitioning from auburn to vibrant royal purple and infrequently seen chartreuse green. The lower obverse exhibits more subdued lime greens, while the outer right edge displays lively yellows. The reverse is adorned in a blanket of color, ranging from vivid greens on the right edge, progressing through chestnut and russet browns, and culminating in light red and cinnamon tones. Most importantly the coin very beautifully showcases the rising sun in bright neon pink, a lovely touch for this desirable coin. Very few examples have come up to auction but when they do, these sell for very strong. The only CAC toned MS67 example we found was a 1946-D 50C MS67 PCGS CAC for $4,818 05/22 LE and a NGC MS67* CAC for $6,591 04/21 GC, whilst a non-CAC 1947 50C MS67 for $8,400 08/21 HA, which comparatively ours is substantially nicer than all three and perhaps would bring a new record at auction. - - - SOLD - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1943-50c-ms67-pcgs-cac
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    1943 50C MS67 PCGS CAC
    Since its issuance, the Walking Liberty Half Dollar design has remained a favorite among numismatists, with many considering it one of the most beautiful motifs ever used on a circulating coin. This 1943 Walking Liberty Half Dollar is as close to perfection you can get while still maintaining affordability. This PCGS encased example is graded as Mint State (MS) 67 with CAC approval. One small grade jump higher puts these coins in the $20,000 plus range. This distinctive color is seldom observed on Walking Liberty Half Dollars. The obverse showcases a radiant center reminiscent of the day it left the mint. Surrounding this brilliance, a spectrum of colors emerges, transitioning from auburn to vibrant royal purple and infrequently seen chartreuse green. The lower obverse exhibits more subdued lime greens, while the outer right edge displays lively yellows. The reverse is adorned in a blanket of color, ranging from vivid greens on the right edge, progressing through chestnut and russet browns, and culminating in light red and cinnamon tones. Most importantly the coin very beautifully showcases the rising sun in bright neon pink, a lovely touch for this desirable coin. Very few examples have come up to auction but when they do, these sell for very strong. The only CAC toned MS67 example we found was a 1946-D 50C MS67 PCGS CAC for $4,818 05/22 LE and a NGC MS67* CAC for $6,591 04/21 GC, whilst a non-CAC 1947 50C MS67 for $8,400 08/21 HA, which comparatively ours is substantially nicer than all three and perhaps would bring a new record at auction. PCGS Cert Verification #31391031 • PCGS Coin# - 6618 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • 1878 $10 XF45 PCGS CAC

    With the inception of this issue, ten-dollar gold coin production at the Philadelphia Mint rose to levels not witnessed since before the Civil War. While the 1878 coin is obtainable but proves scarce when compared to numerous later-date issues of the same type where the number of survivors often go up to over 100,000. The survival estimate for this example is 700 out of a mintage of 73,780, compared to the near 3 million survivors for the common dates. This 1878 Liberty Gold Eagle, graded XF45 by PCGS, is CAC approved and has a population of only 1 in the assigned grade which happens to also be the lowest approved CAC example. This coin exhibits only honest wear and a vibrant rose-honey color. Liberty Gold Eagles dated from the 1870s are highly underrated, and finding one with CAC approval is almost impossible. There has been no recorded sale of a CAC example in this grade. No recent CAC sale has occurred since gold reached over $2,000. In fact with melt at approximately $1,100 this seems like a great value buy for a better date crusty CAC eagle.
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    🔵 1878 $10 XF45 PCGS CAC 🔵 With the inception of this issue, ten-dollar gold coin production at the Philadelphia Mint rose to levels not witnessed since before the Civil War. While the 1878 coin is obtainable but proves scarce when compared to numerous later-date issues of the same type where the number of survivors often go up to over 100,000. The survival estimate for this example is 700 out of a mintage of 73,780, compared to the near 3 million survivors for the common dates. This 1878 Liberty Gold Eagle, graded XF45 by PCGS, is CAC approved and has a population of only 1 in the assigned grade which happens to also be the lowest approved CAC example. This coin exhibits only honest wear and a vibrant rose-honey color. Liberty Gold Eagles dated from the 1870s are highly underrated, and finding one with CAC approval is almost impossible. There has been no recorded sale of a CAC example in this grade. No recent CAC sale has occurred since gold reached over $2,000. In fact with melt at approximately $1,100 this seems like a great value buy for a better date crusty CAC eagle. - - - $ 1️⃣,4️⃣5️⃣0️⃣ - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1878-10-xf45-pcgs-cac
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    1878 $10 XF45 PCGS CAC
    With the inception of this issue, ten-dollar gold coin production at the Philadelphia Mint rose to levels not witnessed since before the Civil War. While the 1878 coin is obtainable but proves scarce when compared to numerous later-date issues of the same type where the number of survivors often go up to over 100,000. The survival estimate for this example is 700 out of a mintage of 73,780, compared to the near 3 million survivors for the common dates. This 1878 Liberty Gold Eagle, graded XF45 by PCGS, is CAC approved and has a population of only 1 in the assigned grade which happens to also be the lowest approved CAC example. This coin exhibits only honest wear and a vibrant rose-honey color. Liberty Gold Eagles dated from the 1870s are highly underrated, and finding one with CAC approval is almost impossible. There has been no recorded sale of a CAC example in this grade. No recent CAC sale has occurred since gold reached over $2,000. In fact with melt at approximately $1,100 this seems like a great value buy for a better date crusty CAC eagle. PCGS Cert Verification #43747864 • PCGS POP - 12/467• CAC POP - 1/34 • PCGS Coin# - 8680 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • SOLD 1856 1/2C PR64 BN PCGS CAC

    This CAC-endorsed 1856 Proof 64 Brown ½ Cent is an exceptional specimen showcasing vibrant colors against a chocolate brown background. Spectacular cobalt and aquamarine blues transform into cinnamon red with fuchsia hues when tilted. Its high reflectivity and nearly flawless fields enhance its striking appearance, featuring some field-to-device contrast. The toned nature of this coin adds to its desirability, making it stand out among other ½ Cent Proof coins. Ideal for a type set, this coin boasts eye appeal that sets it apart.

    Out of a mintage of 225, only an estimated 50 are believed to have survived. With a CAC population of 4 in this grade and only 1 finer, its rarity is further underscored. The reverse die, featuring the doubled T in CENT, initially appeared on the 1856 ½ Cent Proof coins, later appearing on the 1857 B-2 1⁄2 Cents, and was subsequently identified by Breen as Reverse B for the first Restrike ½ Cents dated 1840 to 1849 and 1852. Notably, there have been no CAC sales recorded in any grade finer than this. The higher PCGS guide value of $11,000 further accentuates the investment potential of this piece.
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    SOLD 🔵 1856 1/2C PR64 BN PCGS CAC 🔵 This CAC-endorsed 1856 Proof 64 Brown ½ Cent is an exceptional specimen showcasing vibrant colors against a chocolate brown background. Spectacular cobalt and aquamarine blues transform into cinnamon red with fuchsia hues when tilted. Its high reflectivity and nearly flawless fields enhance its striking appearance, featuring some field-to-device contrast. The toned nature of this coin adds to its desirability, making it stand out among other ½ Cent Proof coins. Ideal for a type set, this coin boasts eye appeal that sets it apart. Out of a mintage of 225, only an estimated 50 are believed to have survived. With a CAC population of 4 in this grade and only 1 finer, its rarity is further underscored. The reverse die, featuring the doubled T in CENT, initially appeared on the 1856 ½ Cent Proof coins, later appearing on the 1857 B-2 1⁄2 Cents, and was subsequently identified by Breen as Reverse B for the first Restrike ½ Cents dated 1840 to 1849 and 1852. Notably, there have been no CAC sales recorded in any grade finer than this. The higher PCGS guide value of $11,000 further accentuates the investment potential of this piece. - - - SOLD - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1856-1-2c-pr64-bn-pcgs-cac
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    1856 1/2C PR64 BN PCGS CAC
    This CAC-endorsed 1856 Proof 64 Brown ½ Cent is an exceptional specimen showcasing vibrant colors against a chocolate brown background. Spectacular cobalt and aquamarine blues transform into cinnamon red with fuchsia hues when tilted. Its high reflectivity and nearly flawless fields enhance its striking appearance, featuring some field-to-device contrast. The toned nature of this coin adds to its desirability, making it stand out among other ½ Cent Proof coins. Ideal for a type set, this coin boasts eye appeal that sets it apart. Out of a mintage of 225, only an estimated 50 are believed to have survived. With a CAC population of 4 in this grade and only 1 finer, its rarity is further underscored. The reverse die, featuring the doubled T in CENT, initially appeared on the 1856 ½ Cent Proof coins, later appearing on the 1857 B-2 1⁄2 Cents, and was subsequently identified by Breen as Reverse B for the first Restrike ½ Cents dated 1840 to 1849 and 1852. Notably, there have been no CAC sales recorded in any grade finer than this. The higher PCGS guide value of $11,000 further accentuates the investment potential of this piece. ex $5,280 01/24 HA PCGS Cert Verification #81628321 • PCGS Price Guide - $11,000• PCGS POP - 11/6• CAC Price Guide - $5,500• CAC POP - 4/1 • PCGS Coin# - 1329 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • SOLD 1898-S $10 AU50 PCGS CAC

    This 1898–S $10 Liberty Gold Eagle had one of the higher mintages for the 1890s Gold Eagles from the San Francisco Mint. The mintage of this year was 473,600. Out of the total mintage, only 775 are estimated to exist today. The extant examples are so few due to widespread circulation and use in inter-bank deals. The AU grade for this example is tougher to find but presents a more financially acceptable collector grade than higher-priced mint state examples. Less than 100 AU examples exist. We believe the modest circulation adds to the originality and allure of this piece. This coin presents a buying opportunity for the astute collector who sees the value in acquiring a rare coin that is reasonably priced with a low population. We believe this date is highly undervalued, and as more registry sets emerge over the coming years, it presents a solid numismatic capital investment. There is no recent CAC sale or comparable example. This has a CAC population of 1, with only 15 noted in higher grades!
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    SOLD 🔵 1898-S $10 AU50 PCGS CAC 🔵 This 1898–S $10 Liberty Gold Eagle had one of the higher mintages for the 1890s Gold Eagles from the San Francisco Mint. The mintage of this year was 473,600. Out of the total mintage, only 775 are estimated to exist today. The extant examples are so few due to widespread circulation and use in inter-bank deals. The AU grade for this example is tougher to find but presents a more financially acceptable collector grade than higher-priced mint state examples. Less than 100 AU examples exist. We believe the modest circulation adds to the originality and allure of this piece. This coin presents a buying opportunity for the astute collector who sees the value in acquiring a rare coin that is reasonably priced with a low population. We believe this date is highly undervalued, and as more registry sets emerge over the coming years, it presents a solid numismatic capital investment. There is no recent CAC sale or comparable example. This has a CAC population of 1, with only 15 noted in higher grades! - - - SOLD - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1898-s-10-au50-pcgs-cac
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    1898-S $10 AU50 PCGS CAC
    This 1898–S $10 Liberty Gold Eagle had one of the higher mintages for the 1890s Gold Eagles from the San Francisco Mint. The mintage of this year was 473,600. Out of the total mintage, only 775 are estimated to exist today. The extant examples are so few due to widespread circulation and use in inter-bank deals. The AU grade for this example is tougher to find but presents a more financially acceptable collector grade than higher-priced mint state examples. Less than 100 AU examples exist. We believe the modest circulation adds to the originality and allure of this piece. This coin presents a buying opportunity for the astute collector who sees the value in acquiring a rare coin that is reasonably priced with a low population. We believe this date is highly undervalued, and as more registry sets emerge over the coming years, it presents a solid numismatic capital investment. There is no recent CAC sale or comparable example. This has a CAC population of 1, with only 15 noted in higher grades! PCGS Cert Verification #15021969 • PCGS Price Guide - $1,225• CAC Price Guide - $1,250• CAC POP - 1/15 • PCGS Coin# - 8741 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • SOLD 1876 20C MS64 PCGS CAC

    Derived from a modest mintage of merely 14,640 pieces, this 1876 Twenty Cent piece is a rarity. Obtaining a preferred high-grade specimen can be a challenging endeavor. Despite the lack of favor during its original minting period, attributed to its resemblance to the quarter dollar and the ensuing confusion, this peculiar denomination has garnered interest today. Specialists in the series and type collectors, eager to encompass this short-lived series, actively seek out this denomination. A pleasing near-Gem issue, this coin exhibits highly original features. Its surfaces display a light silver tone with an overlay of pinkish gold and subtle pastel light blue. Notably, a lamination mark prevents it from attaining the Gem grade, situated near Star 1. This coin makes for a fantastic addition for collectors in search of a type coin or a valuable inclusion in a box of 20. This particular near-Gem example, with its low mintage, fetched $2,880 01/24 HA, while a MS65 sold for $5,288 2021 LE.
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    SOLD 🔵 1876 20C MS64 PCGS CAC 🔵 Derived from a modest mintage of merely 14,640 pieces, this 1876 Twenty Cent piece is a rarity. Obtaining a preferred high-grade specimen can be a challenging endeavor. Despite the lack of favor during its original minting period, attributed to its resemblance to the quarter dollar and the ensuing confusion, this peculiar denomination has garnered interest today. Specialists in the series and type collectors, eager to encompass this short-lived series, actively seek out this denomination. A pleasing near-Gem issue, this coin exhibits highly original features. Its surfaces display a light silver tone with an overlay of pinkish gold and subtle pastel light blue. Notably, a lamination mark prevents it from attaining the Gem grade, situated near Star 1. This coin makes for a fantastic addition for collectors in search of a type coin or a valuable inclusion in a box of 20. This particular near-Gem example, with its low mintage, fetched $2,880 01/24 HA, while a MS65 sold for $5,288 2021 LE. - - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1876-20c-ms64-pcgs-cac
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    1876 20C MS64 PCGS CAC
    Derived from a modest mintage of merely 14,640 pieces, this 1876 Twenty Cent piece is a rarity. Obtaining a preferred high-grade specimen can be a challenging endeavor. Despite the lack of favor during its original minting period, attributed to its resemblance to the quarter dollar and the ensuing confusion, this peculiar denomination has garnered interest today. Specialists in the series and type collectors, eager to encompass this short-lived series, actively seek out this denomination. A pleasing near-Gem issue, this coin exhibits highly original features. Its surfaces display a light silver tone with an overlay of pinkish gold and subtle pastel light blue. Notably, a lamination mark prevents it from attaining the Gem grade, situated near Star 1. This coin makes for a fantastic addition for collectors in search of a type coin or a valuable inclusion in a box of 20. This particular near-Gem example, with its low mintage, fetched $2,880 01/24 HA, while a MS65 sold for $5,288 2021 LE. PCGS Cert Verification #16895118 • PCGS Price Guide - $4,500• PCGS POP - 85/63• CAC Price Guide - $3,500• CAC POP - 19/21 • PCGS Coin# - 5299 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • 1839 50C DRAPERY MS65 PCGS

    True to its name, the 1839 "Drapery" Half Dollar is distinctive for its portrayal of Liberty with flowing fabric, the first of its kind. In this rendition, Liberty proudly sits with drapery, a design modifications from the same year 1839 No Drapery. Interestingly, there are more survivors despite a lower mintage for the No Drapery Type 1 50C, yet the No Drapery in MS65 will cost approximately between $125,000-$200,000. For the Drapery type, the most sought-after Mint State example grade lies in MS-63, with only 12 such coins in existence. As you ascend to higher grades, these treasures become increasingly scarce, with only 3 rare MS-65 specimens known, we believe 1 is a duplicate. Two graded examples exist finer and that only at 65+, but none match the eye appeal and visual allure of this coin. This significant 'Drapery' issue stands out as a crucial date and type coin offering for collectors. The obverse showcases chestnut brown, crimson red, aquamarine blue, and light shades of purple. On the reverse, lively russet brown toning is accented by blues around the edge. Notably, there are no signs of the reverse die cracks present in some examples, and the coin is exceptionally well-preserved. Even among advanced collectors and numismatic enthusiasts, this Liberty Seated Half Dollar is unlikely to be surpassed anytime soon. Only one auction comparable exists in the past decade which is perfectly for a PCGS non-CAC example that just sold most recently for $20,400 04/24 SB. Comparatively, this coin is unquestionably superior and has the IT factor.
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    🔵 1839 50C DRAPERY MS65 PCGS 🔵 True to its name, the 1839 "Drapery" Half Dollar is distinctive for its portrayal of Liberty with flowing fabric, the first of its kind. In this rendition, Liberty proudly sits with drapery, a design modifications from the same year 1839 No Drapery. Interestingly, there are more survivors despite a lower mintage for the No Drapery Type 1 50C, yet the No Drapery in MS65 will cost approximately between $125,000-$200,000. For the Drapery type, the most sought-after Mint State example grade lies in MS-63, with only 12 such coins in existence. As you ascend to higher grades, these treasures become increasingly scarce, with only 3 rare MS-65 specimens known, we believe 1 is a duplicate. Two graded examples exist finer and that only at 65+, but none match the eye appeal and visual allure of this coin. This significant 'Drapery' issue stands out as a crucial date and type coin offering for collectors. The obverse showcases chestnut brown, crimson red, aquamarine blue, and light shades of purple. On the reverse, lively russet brown toning is accented by blues around the edge. Notably, there are no signs of the reverse die cracks present in some examples, and the coin is exceptionally well-preserved. Even among advanced collectors and numismatic enthusiasts, this Liberty Seated Half Dollar is unlikely to be surpassed anytime soon. Only one auction comparable exists in the past decade which is perfectly for a PCGS non-CAC example that just sold most recently for $20,400 04/24 SB. Comparatively, this coin is unquestionably superior and has the IT factor. - - - $2️⃣0️⃣,0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1839-50c-drapery-ms65-pcgs
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    1839 50C DRAPERY MS65 PCGS
    True to its name, the 1839 "Drapery" Half Dollar is distinctive for its portrayal of Liberty with flowing fabric, the first of its kind. In this rendition, Liberty proudly sits with drapery, a design modifications from the same year 1839 No Drapery. Interestingly, there are more survivors despite a lower mintage for the No Drapery Type 1 50C, yet the No Drapery in MS65 will cost approximately between $125,000-$200,000. For the Drapery type, the most sought-after Mint State example grade lies in MS-63, with only 12 such coins in existence. As you ascend to higher grades, these treasures become increasingly scarce, with only 3 rare MS-65 specimens known, we believe 1 is a duplicate. Two graded examples exist finer and that only at 65+, but none match the eye appeal and visual allure of this coin. This significant 'Drapery' issue stands out as a crucial date and type coin offering for collectors. The obverse showcases chestnut brown, crimson red, aquamarine blue, and light shades of purple. On the reverse, lively russet brown toning is accented by blues around the edge. Notably, there are no signs of the reverse die cracks present in some examples, and the coin is exceptionally well-preserved. Even among advanced collectors and numismatic enthusiasts, this Liberty Seated Half Dollar is unlikely to be surpassed anytime soon. Only one auction comparable exists in the past decade which is perfectly for a PCGS non-CAC example that just sold most recently for $20,400 04/24 SB. Comparatively, this coin is unquestionably superior and has the IT factor. PCGS Cert Verification #47753330 • PCGS Price Guide - $26,000• PCGS POP - 4/2• PCGS Coin# - 6232 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • 1877 1C PR06 PCGS CAC EEPS

    This PCGS Low Ball stands as the singularly lowest graded coin for an 1877 Indian Head One Cent Proof Coin. In the Indian Head Cent series, the 1877 date is characterized by an exceptionally low mintage for both proof and business strikes. Only 900 proof coins were struck this year, with merely 16 receiving a CAC sticker at a higher grade. The proof strike for this specific year is notably less prevalent compared to the business strike, and is one of the lowest proof mintages in the entire series. Collectors of Indian Head Cents consistently seek this year, and it remains in high demand. This specimen holds appeal in its Low Ball grade, showcasing an appealing chocolate brown color while retaining well-defined devices. The presence of the EEPS seal further confirms its visual charm. This peculiar piece would find a fitting place in a Low Ball collection or registry set. Notably, there has been no sale in this grade nor any similar grade for a CAC example, but a PR30 NON-CAC sold for $1,880 12/22 SB and a PR55 sold for $2,233 01/17 HA.
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    🔵 1877 1C PR06 PCGS CAC EEPS 🔵 This PCGS Low Ball stands as the singularly lowest graded coin for an 1877 Indian Head One Cent Proof Coin. In the Indian Head Cent series, the 1877 date is characterized by an exceptionally low mintage for both proof and business strikes. Only 900 proof coins were struck this year, with merely 16 receiving a CAC sticker at a higher grade. The proof strike for this specific year is notably less prevalent compared to the business strike, and is one of the lowest proof mintages in the entire series. Collectors of Indian Head Cents consistently seek this year, and it remains in high demand. This specimen holds appeal in its Low Ball grade, showcasing an appealing chocolate brown color while retaining well-defined devices. The presence of the EEPS seal further confirms its visual charm. This peculiar piece would find a fitting place in a Low Ball collection or registry set. Notably, there has been no sale in this grade nor any similar grade for a CAC example, but a PR30 NON-CAC sold for $1,880 12/22 SB and a PR55 sold for $2,233 01/17 HA. - - - $2️⃣,1️⃣5️⃣0️⃣ - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1877-1c-pr06-pcgs-cac-eeps
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    1877 1C PR06 PCGS CAC EEPS
    This PCGS Low Ball stands as the singularly lowest graded coin for an 1877 Indian Head One Cent Proof Coin. In the Indian Head Cent series, the 1877 date is characterized by an exceptionally low mintage for both proof and business strikes. Only 900 proof coins were struck this year, with merely 16 receiving a CAC sticker at a higher grade. The proof strike for this specific year is notably less prevalent compared to the business strike, and is one of the lowest proof mintages in the entire series. Collectors of Indian Head Cents consistently seek this year, and it remains in high demand. This specimen holds appeal in its Low Ball grade, showcasing an appealing chocolate brown color while retaining well-defined devices. The presence of the EEPS seal further confirms its visual charm. This peculiar piece would find a fitting place in a Low Ball collection or registry set. Notably, there has been no sale in this grade nor any similar grade for a CAC example, but a PR30 NON-CAC sold for $1,880 12/22 SB and a PR55 sold for $2,233 01/17 HA. PCGS Cert Verification #45310219 • PCGS Price Guide - N/A• PCGS POP - 1/125• CAC Price Guide - N/A• CAC POP - 1/16 • PCGS Coin# - 2318 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • SOLD 1846 $10 XF40 PCGS CAC

    Out of a total mintage of 20,095, only 105 examples of this 1846 Liberty Head Gold Eagle are known to exist, although this figure may be somewhat inflated due to resubmissions. With just two coins graded by PCGS and only twelve in better condition, labeling this as a rare Philadelphia No Motto issue would be an understatement. These early-date Liberty Gold Eagles have experienced a recent resurgence in interest. Discerning collectors recognize the future value inherent in these low mintage dates, especially given the scarcity of MS examples. Choice coins displaying excellent eye appeal in the XF range, coupled with CAC approval, are quickly being bought up. This exceptional coin displays sharp striking and remarkably smooth surfaces, maintaining high-caliber original coloration. In 1988, Akers deemed the 1846 Eagle grossly underrated, echoing sentiments like its 1845 counterpart. Challenging to find in any condition, most specimens are VF/EF, highlighting its true rarity and underappreciation compared to other U.S. coins. Last XF40 CAC sale was for $2,880 08/23 ST, but this is significantly nicer with its patina and skin. Two XF45 PCGS CAC sales at $4,080 03/23 ST and earlier for $4,560 12/22 HA.
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    SOLD 🔵 1846 $10 XF40 PCGS CAC 🔵 Out of a total mintage of 20,095, only 105 examples of this 1846 Liberty Head Gold Eagle are known to exist, although this figure may be somewhat inflated due to resubmissions. With just two coins graded by PCGS and only twelve in better condition, labeling this as a rare Philadelphia No Motto issue would be an understatement. These early-date Liberty Gold Eagles have experienced a recent resurgence in interest. Discerning collectors recognize the future value inherent in these low mintage dates, especially given the scarcity of MS examples. Choice coins displaying excellent eye appeal in the XF range, coupled with CAC approval, are quickly being bought up. This exceptional coin displays sharp striking and remarkably smooth surfaces, maintaining high-caliber original coloration. In 1988, Akers deemed the 1846 Eagle grossly underrated, echoing sentiments like its 1845 counterpart. Challenging to find in any condition, most specimens are VF/EF, highlighting its true rarity and underappreciation compared to other U.S. coins. Last XF40 CAC sale was for $2,880 08/23 ST, but this is significantly nicer with its patina and skin. Two XF45 PCGS CAC sales at $4,080 03/23 ST and earlier for $4,560 12/22 HA. - - - SOLD - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1846-10-xf40-pcgs-cac
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    1846 $10 XF40 PCGS CAC
    Out of a total mintage of 20,095, only 105 examples of this 1846 Liberty Head Gold Eagle are known to exist, although this figure may be somewhat inflated due to resubmissions. With just two coins graded by PCGS and only twelve in better condition, labeling this as a rare Philadelphia No Motto issue would be an understatement. These early-date Liberty Gold Eagles have experienced a recent resurgence in interest. Discerning collectors recognize the future value inherent in these low mintage dates, especially given the scarcity of MS examples. Choice coins displaying excellent eye appeal in the XF range, coupled with CAC approval, are quickly being bought up. This exceptional coin displays sharp striking and remarkably smooth surfaces, maintaining high-caliber original coloration. In 1988, Akers deemed the 1846 Eagle grossly underrated, echoing sentiments like its 1845 counterpart. Challenging to find in any condition, most specimens are VF/EF, highlighting its true rarity and underappreciation compared to other U.S. coins. Last XF40 CAC sale was for $2,880 08/23 ST, but this is significantly nicer with its patina and skin. Two XF45 PCGS CAC sales at $4,080 03/23 ST and earlier for $4,560 12/22 HA. PCGS Cert Verification #80818816 • PCGS Price Guide - $3,500 • PCGS POP - 18/61 • CAC Price Guide - $3,500 • CAC POP - 2/12 • PCGS Coin# - 8594 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • SOLD 1856 $10 XF45 PCGS CAC

    The 1856 Liberty Gold Eagle is exceedingly rare across all grades. Mint State examples from this year are seldom seen. With only an estimated survival count of 325 out of a total mintage of 60,490, scarcity is evident. The CAC population stands at just 4, with only 30 finer specimens known. Notably, there have been no recorded CAC sales in XF45. This coin is particularly attractive within its PCGS assigned grade, boasting genuine originality. Its wear resembles that of an AU example, with abundant luster present around the devices. The CAC endorsement further confirms its authenticity, discernible through the crusty nature surrounding the devices. Its natural coloration exhibits a rosy yellow hue with subtle hints of light lemon in the luster.
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    SOLD 🔵 1856 $10 XF45 PCGS CAC 🔵 The 1856 Liberty Gold Eagle is exceedingly rare across all grades. Mint State examples from this year are seldom seen. With only an estimated survival count of 325 out of a total mintage of 60,490, scarcity is evident. The CAC population stands at just 4, with only 30 finer specimens known. Notably, there have been no recorded CAC sales in XF45. This coin is particularly attractive within its PCGS assigned grade, boasting genuine originality. Its wear resembles that of an AU example, with abundant luster present around the devices. The CAC endorsement further confirms its authenticity, discernible through the crusty nature surrounding the devices. Its natural coloration exhibits a rosy yellow hue with subtle hints of light lemon in the luster. - - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1856-10-xf45-pcgs-cac
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    1856 $10 XF45 PCGS CAC
    The 1856 Liberty Gold Eagle is exceedingly rare across all grades. Mint State examples from this year are seldom seen. With only an estimated survival count of 325 out of a total mintage of 60,490, scarcity is evident. The CAC population stands at just 4, with only 30 finer specimens known. Notably, there have been no recorded CAC sales in XF45. This coin is particularly attractive within its PCGS assigned grade, boasting genuine originality. Its wear resembles that of an AU example, with abundant luster present around the devices. The CAC endorsement further confirms its authenticity, discernible through the crusty nature surrounding the devices. Its natural coloration exhibits a rosy yellow hue with subtle hints of light lemon in the luster. PCGS Cert Verification #39268479 • PCGS Price Guide - $1,750• PCGS POP - 29/201• CAC Price Guide - $1,790• CAC POP - 4/30 • PCGS Coin# - 8619 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • SOLD 1884-CC $1 MS66 PCGS CAC

    The 1884-CC, alongside its counterparts, the 1882-CC and 1883-CC, stands out as one of the more economically accessible CC-Mint silver dollars in lower grades, maintaining popularity within this consistently favored design type. However, in contrast, all three issues are notably scarce in the highest Mint State grades. This scarcity gains significance given the demand for such coins among Morgan dollar and Carson City Mint enthusiasts, making the discovery of these coins a noteworthy find. Carson City mint mark Silver Dollars continue to surge in popularity, commanding a strong premium due to their coveted history in the Wild West. The discovery of the Comstock Lode adds to the allure of these legendary Silver Dollars from the Carson City Mint, with the Comstock Lode being recognized as one of the world's richest silver deposits.This PCGS-encased example, boasting CAC approval, showcases incredible eye appeal. A truly dazzling specimen, its frosty and vibrant white surfaces reveal an intense luster of nearly flawless quality. The current example represents a significant discovery, considering that the date is readily available up to MS65 but becomes scarce thereafter. With only 51 finer examples at CAC, the rarity of this coin is underscored. In the most recent transaction, the last CAC-approved example fetched a strong $2,640 01/24 HA, while a MS67 CAC-approved specimen sold for $9,600 2023 HA.
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    SOLD 🔵 1884-CC $1 MS66 PCGS CAC 🔵 The 1884-CC, alongside its counterparts, the 1882-CC and 1883-CC, stands out as one of the more economically accessible CC-Mint silver dollars in lower grades, maintaining popularity within this consistently favored design type. However, in contrast, all three issues are notably scarce in the highest Mint State grades. This scarcity gains significance given the demand for such coins among Morgan dollar and Carson City Mint enthusiasts, making the discovery of these coins a noteworthy find. Carson City mint mark Silver Dollars continue to surge in popularity, commanding a strong premium due to their coveted history in the Wild West. The discovery of the Comstock Lode adds to the allure of these legendary Silver Dollars from the Carson City Mint, with the Comstock Lode being recognized as one of the world's richest silver deposits.This PCGS-encased example, boasting CAC approval, showcases incredible eye appeal. A truly dazzling specimen, its frosty and vibrant white surfaces reveal an intense luster of nearly flawless quality. The current example represents a significant discovery, considering that the date is readily available up to MS65 but becomes scarce thereafter. With only 51 finer examples at CAC, the rarity of this coin is underscored. In the most recent transaction, the last CAC-approved example fetched a strong $2,640 01/24 HA, while a MS67 CAC-approved specimen sold for $9,600 2023 HA. - - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1884-cc-1-ms66-pcgs-cac
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    1884-CC $1 MS66 PCGS CAC
    The 1884-CC, alongside its counterparts, the 1882-CC and 1883-CC, stands out as one of the more economically accessible CC-Mint silver dollars in lower grades, maintaining popularity within this consistently favored design type. However, in contrast, all three issues are notably scarce in the highest Mint State grades. This scarcity gains significance given the demand for such coins among Morgan dollar and Carson City Mint enthusiasts, making the discovery of these coins a noteworthy find. Carson City mint mark Silver Dollars continue to surge in popularity, commanding a strong premium due to their coveted history in the Wild West. The discovery of the Comstock Lode adds to the allure of these legendary Silver Dollars from the Carson City Mint, with the Comstock Lode being recognized as one of the world's richest silver deposits.This PCGS-encased example, boasting CAC approval, showcases incredible eye appeal. A truly dazzling specimen, its frosty and vibrant white surfaces reveal an intense luster of nearly flawless quality. The current example represents a significant discovery, considering that the date is readily available up to MS65 but becomes scarce thereafter. With only 51 finer examples at CAC, the rarity of this coin is underscored. In the most recent transaction, the last CAC-approved example fetched a strong $2,640 01/24 HA, while a MS67 CAC-approved specimen sold for $9,600 2023 HA. PCGS Cert Verification #35971205 • PCGS Price Guide - $1,300• CAC Price Guide - $1,500 • PCGS Coin# - 7152 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • 1824/2 10C VF20 PCGS

    From an initial mintage of 100,000 coins, it is estimated that merely about 225 of them have endured to the present era. Despite their scarcity, the existing specimens are comparatively affordable and frequently undervalued. This overdate emerged because mint workers utilized older, unused dies from 1822 to produce this series. Every 1824/2 dime distinctly exhibits a numeral 2 underneath the 4. This 1842/2 Type 1, Large Dentils Capped Bust Dime boasts striking target toning. Each side displays a distinctive target pattern, with the central devices standing out amidst a vibrant rainbow of colors. On the obverse, Lady Liberty appears in a cool grey tone, surrounded by a rainbow that transitions from lilac hues to cobalt blue, culminating in an iridescent yellow and crimson finish. Meanwhile, on the reverse, the eagle is set against a backdrop of auburn and oceanic blue highlights. These do not come up for sale with any frequency so think hard about acquiring this example.
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    🔵 1824/2 10C VF20 PCGS 🔵 From an initial mintage of 100,000 coins, it is estimated that merely about 225 of them have endured to the present era. Despite their scarcity, the existing specimens are comparatively affordable and frequently undervalued. This overdate emerged because mint workers utilized older, unused dies from 1822 to produce this series. Every 1824/2 dime distinctly exhibits a numeral 2 underneath the 4. This 1842/2 Type 1, Large Dentils Capped Bust Dime boasts striking target toning. Each side displays a distinctive target pattern, with the central devices standing out amidst a vibrant rainbow of colors. On the obverse, Lady Liberty appears in a cool grey tone, surrounded by a rainbow that transitions from lilac hues to cobalt blue, culminating in an iridescent yellow and crimson finish. Meanwhile, on the reverse, the eagle is set against a backdrop of auburn and oceanic blue highlights. These do not come up for sale with any frequency so think hard about acquiring this example. - - - $9️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1824-2-10c-vf20-pcgs
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    1824/2 10C VF20 PCGS
    From an initial mintage of 100,000 coins, it is estimated that merely about 225 of them have endured to the present era. Despite their scarcity, the existing specimens are comparatively affordable and frequently undervalued. This overdate emerged because mint workers utilized older, unused dies from 1822 to produce this series. Every 1824/2 dime distinctly exhibits a numeral 2 underneath the 4. This 1842/2 Type 1, Large Dentils Capped Bust Dime boasts striking target toning. Each side displays a distinctive target pattern, with the central devices standing out amidst a vibrant rainbow of colors. On the obverse, Lady Liberty appears in a cool grey tone, surrounded by a rainbow that transitions from lilac hues to cobalt blue, culminating in an iridescent yellow and crimson finish. Meanwhile, on the reverse, the eagle is set against a backdrop of auburn and oceanic blue highlights. These do not come up for sale with any frequency so think hard about acquiring this example. PCGS Cert Verification #49013667 • PCGS Coin# - 4502 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • SOLD 1844 50C XF45 PCGS

    Encased in a PCGS holder, this 1844 Liberty Seated Half Dollar (Type 2, No Motto) stands as an underrated gem within the series. Despite a mintage exceeding 1.76 million, only approximately 1,000 have endured to the present day. Serving as stalwarts in American commerce, these coins played a pivotal role in trade and debt settlement during the era of industrialization, contributing to their scarcity in today's numismatic landscape. This specimen boasts a bold strike and is adorned with captivating electric toning. The tonal palette is truly remarkable, featuring vibrant iridescent blue entwined with intense red and sunset hues that command attention. The reverse exhibits a well-matched vibrancy, with desert red colors adding to its overall allure. Securing an affordable, well-preserved example from this date can be a challenging feat, given its historical significance and scarcity. No similarly toned example has sold; however, a CAC toned example with less much less color sold for $692 08/23 HA. Notably, there is no finer example than one graded MS64+ at PCGS, further accentuating the rarity and desirability of this coin.
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    SOLD 🔵 1844 50C XF45 PCGS 🔵 Encased in a PCGS holder, this 1844 Liberty Seated Half Dollar (Type 2, No Motto) stands as an underrated gem within the series. Despite a mintage exceeding 1.76 million, only approximately 1,000 have endured to the present day. Serving as stalwarts in American commerce, these coins played a pivotal role in trade and debt settlement during the era of industrialization, contributing to their scarcity in today's numismatic landscape. This specimen boasts a bold strike and is adorned with captivating electric toning. The tonal palette is truly remarkable, featuring vibrant iridescent blue entwined with intense red and sunset hues that command attention. The reverse exhibits a well-matched vibrancy, with desert red colors adding to its overall allure. Securing an affordable, well-preserved example from this date can be a challenging feat, given its historical significance and scarcity. No similarly toned example has sold; however, a CAC toned example with less much less color sold for $692 08/23 HA. Notably, there is no finer example than one graded MS64+ at PCGS, further accentuating the rarity and desirability of this coin. - - - SOLD - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1844-50c-xf45-pcgs
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    1844 50C XF45 PCGS
    Encased in a PCGS holder, this 1844 Liberty Seated Half Dollar (Type 2, No Motto) stands as an underrated gem within the series. Despite a mintage exceeding 1.76 million, only approximately 1,000 have endured to the present day. Serving as stalwarts in American commerce, these coins played a pivotal role in trade and debt settlement during the era of industrialization, contributing to their scarcity in today's numismatic landscape. This specimen boasts a bold strike and is adorned with captivating electric toning. The tonal palette is truly remarkable, featuring vibrant iridescent blue entwined with intense red and sunset hues that command attention. The reverse exhibits a well-matched vibrancy, with desert red colors adding to its overall allure. Securing an affordable, well-preserved example from this date can be a challenging feat, given its historical significance and scarcity. No similarly toned example has sold; however, a CAC toned example with less much less color sold for $692 08/23 HA. Notably, there is no finer example than one graded MS64+ at PCGS, further accentuating the rarity and desirability of this coin. PCGS Cert Verification #46128656 • PCGS Coin# - 6245 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • SOLD 1843 $10 XF45 PCGS

    1843 Philly mint Eagles have a mintage of 75,462 pieces, but only 175 are estimated today in all grades and as such are considered incredibly rare due to the low number of survivors. High grade specimens are virtually nonexistent for this 1843 $10, as the majority are graded VF. AU level is incredibly scarce and finer only two uncirculated pieces are known. Interestingly, it is still substantially less expensive than the 1842-O and 1843-O, despite higher number of survivors for the surrounding O-Mint Eagles. This is an original example with high quality surface, crustry-look and with original color that truly has no issue, and is only held back from CAC because of one hit in the obverse field that is consistent with the grade. Two comparable auction record exists in the past 5 years 08/23 ST $2,280 for a CAC and $2,424 08/22 HA non-CAC. Next grade up in AU50 PCGS will cost $3,240 11/23 ST or for an AU53 $4,040 03/23 ST for CAC examples. We believe these are incredibly undervalued, and thanks to Fairmont a few have surfaced shedding new light to this other undervalued issue. This coin represents a lot of bang for buck under $2,000 in our opinion.
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    SOLD 🔵 1843 $10 XF45 PCGS 🔵 1843 Philly mint Eagles have a mintage of 75,462 pieces, but only 175 are estimated today in all grades and as such are considered incredibly rare due to the low number of survivors. High grade specimens are virtually nonexistent for this 1843 $10, as the majority are graded VF. AU level is incredibly scarce and finer only two uncirculated pieces are known. Interestingly, it is still substantially less expensive than the 1842-O and 1843-O, despite higher number of survivors for the surrounding O-Mint Eagles. This is an original example with high quality surface, crustry-look and with original color that truly has no issue, and is only held back from CAC because of one hit in the obverse field that is consistent with the grade. Two comparable auction record exists in the past 5 years 08/23 ST $2,280 for a CAC and $2,424 08/22 HA non-CAC. Next grade up in AU50 PCGS will cost $3,240 11/23 ST or for an AU53 $4,040 03/23 ST for CAC examples. We believe these are incredibly undervalued, and thanks to Fairmont a few have surfaced shedding new light to this other undervalued issue. This coin represents a lot of bang for buck under $2,000 in our opinion. - - - SOLD - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1843-10-xf45-pcgs
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    1843 $10 XF45 PCGS
    1843 Philly mint Eagles have a mintage of 75,462 pieces, but only 175 are estimated today in all grades and as such are considered incredibly rare due to the low number of survivors. High grade specimens are virtually nonexistent for this 1843 $10, as the majority are graded VF. AU level is incredibly scarce and finer only two uncirculated pieces are known. Interestingly, it is still substantially less expensive than the 1842-O and 1843-O, despite higher number of survivors for the surrounding O-Mint Eagles. This is an original example with high quality surface, crustry-look and with original color that truly has no issue, and is only held back from CAC because of one hit in the obverse field that is consistent with the grade. Two comparable auction record exists in the past 5 years 08/23 ST $2,280 for a CAC and $2,424 08/22 HA non-CAC. Next grade up in AU50 PCGS will cost $3,240 11/23 ST or for an AU53 $4,040 03/23 ST for CAC examples. We believe these are incredibly undervalued, and thanks to Fairmont a few have surfaced shedding new light to this other undervalued issue. This coin represents a lot of bang for buck under $2,000 in our opinion. PCGS Cert Verification #47787417 • PCGS Price Guide - $2,750• PCGS Coin# - 8588 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • SOLD 1872 2C PR64 BN PCGS

    This 1872 Two Cent Proof Coin immerses you in a vibrant spectrum of colors. The reflective chestnut brown fields on the obverse mirror a captivating array of crimson red, vivid blues, lilacs, and chartreuse green. On the reverse, a segmented pattern unfolds, with a distinctive bright powder blue center surrounded by edges adorned in rose, brown, and honey yellow. With a meager mintage of only 950 total coins for the year, this example stands out due to its exceptional eye appeal. Finding another toned coin of this grade is unlikely, as most counterparts feature glossy brown surfaces with minimal toning. Typically, one would need to purchase at least a 66 grade coin to match the eye-catching appeal of this example. Most non-toned PR64 BN sells between $800-$900, but this is no normal example. Not only do we think it is under-graded but the fields also reflect deeply. There are no relevant comps for this majestic piece.
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    SOLD 🔵 1872 2C PR64 BN PCGS 🔵 This 1872 Two Cent Proof Coin immerses you in a vibrant spectrum of colors. The reflective chestnut brown fields on the obverse mirror a captivating array of crimson red, vivid blues, lilacs, and chartreuse green. On the reverse, a segmented pattern unfolds, with a distinctive bright powder blue center surrounded by edges adorned in rose, brown, and honey yellow. With a meager mintage of only 950 total coins for the year, this example stands out due to its exceptional eye appeal. Finding another toned coin of this grade is unlikely, as most counterparts feature glossy brown surfaces with minimal toning. Typically, one would need to purchase at least a 66 grade coin to match the eye-catching appeal of this example. Most non-toned PR64 BN sells between $800-$900, but this is no normal example. Not only do we think it is under-graded but the fields also reflect deeply. There are no relevant comps for this majestic piece. - - - SOLD - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1872-2c-pr64-pcgs
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    1872 2C PR64 BN PCGS
    This 1872 Two Cent Proof Coin immerses you in a vibrant spectrum of colors. The reflective chestnut brown fields on the obverse mirror a captivating array of crimson red, vivid blues, lilacs, and chartreuse green. On the reverse, a segmented pattern unfolds, with a distinctive bright powder blue center surrounded by edges adorned in rose, brown, and honey yellow. With a meager mintage of only 950 total coins for the year, this example stands out due to its exceptional eye appeal. Finding another toned coin of this grade is unlikely, as most counterparts feature glossy brown surfaces with minimal toning. Typically, one would need to purchase at least a 66 grade coin to match the eye-catching appeal of this example. Most non-toned PR64 BN sells between $800-$900, but this is no normal example. Not only do we think it is under-graded but the fields also reflect deeply. There are no relevant comps for this majestic piece. PCGS Cert Verification #48229071 • PCGS Coin# - 3648 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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  • 1859-S $10 VF20 OGH PCGS CAC

    We affectionately dubbed this coin the Jolly Green Giant, thanks to its Old Green Holder from PCGS, CAC green sticker, and the delightful honey-yellow-green gold coloration that makes it a standout in the realm of circulated GEM coins! Locating this coin is a formidable task, given that only eight examples boast CAC approval from an initial mintage of 7,000 in all grades! That low number is unbelievable but remarkable. Presently, a mere 45 specimens are estimated in all grades with and without CAC. The scarcity can be attributed to the limited number of West Coast collectors in 1859, coupled with the widespread use of these coins in commercial transactions. This coin claims a prominent position in the overall rarity of the $10 Gold Liberty Eagle series, making its appearance at auctions exceptionally rare and a highly coveted date in the series. The showcased example exhibits uniform wear and exceptional eye appeal. Remarkably free of notable marks or hits, there is still a trace of luster between certain devices, rendering it an affordable and problem-free specimen. The 1859 S Type 2 (No Motto) stands as a grossly underrated piece considering its true rarity. Accurately graded examples are a scarcity, and those with CAC endorsement are particularly noteworthy. As one would expect, no example has sold in the past 6 years, though 3 grades lower a F12 PCGS CAC sold for $5,400 03/23 HA whilst a XF45 PCGS CAC for $18,000 02/24 HA. Here is a rare opportunity to acquire our favorite coin this current offering.
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    🔵 1859-S $10 VF20 OGH PCGS CAC 🔵 We affectionately dubbed this coin the Jolly Green Giant, thanks to its Old Green Holder from PCGS, CAC green sticker, and the delightful honey-yellow-green gold coloration that makes it a standout in the realm of circulated GEM coins! Locating this coin is a formidable task, given that only eight examples boast CAC approval from an initial mintage of 7,000 in all grades! That low number is unbelievable but remarkable. Presently, a mere 45 specimens are estimated in all grades with and without CAC. The scarcity can be attributed to the limited number of West Coast collectors in 1859, coupled with the widespread use of these coins in commercial transactions. This coin claims a prominent position in the overall rarity of the $10 Gold Liberty Eagle series, making its appearance at auctions exceptionally rare and a highly coveted date in the series. The showcased example exhibits uniform wear and exceptional eye appeal. Remarkably free of notable marks or hits, there is still a trace of luster between certain devices, rendering it an affordable and problem-free specimen. The 1859 S Type 2 (No Motto) stands as a grossly underrated piece considering its true rarity. Accurately graded examples are a scarcity, and those with CAC endorsement are particularly noteworthy. As one would expect, no example has sold in the past 6 years, though 3 grades lower a F12 PCGS CAC sold for $5,400 03/23 HA whilst a XF45 PCGS CAC for $18,000 02/24 HA. Here is a rare opportunity to acquire our favorite coin this current offering. - - - $9️⃣,2️⃣5️⃣0️⃣ - - - https://paradimecoins.com/products/1859-s-10-vf20-ogh-pcgs-cac
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    1859-S $10 VF20 OGH PCGS CAC
    We affectionately dubbed this coin the Jolly Green Giant, thanks to its Old Green Holder from PCGS, CAC green sticker, and the delightful honey-yellow-green gold coloration that makes it a standout in the realm of circulated GEM coins! Locating this coin is a formidable task, given that only eight examples boast CAC approval from an initial mintage of 7,000 in all grades! That low number is unbelievable but remarkable. Presently, a mere 45 specimens are estimated in all grades with and without CAC. The scarcity can be attributed to the limited number of West Coast collectors in 1859, coupled with the widespread use of these coins in commercial transactions. This coin claims a prominent position in the overall rarity of the $10 Gold Liberty Eagle series, making its appearance at auctions exceptionally rare and a highly coveted date in the series. The showcased example exhibits uniform wear and exceptional eye appeal. Remarkably free of notable marks or hits, there is still a trace of luster between certain devices, rendering it an affordable and problem-free specimen. The 1859 S Type 2 (No Motto) stands as a grossly underrated piece considering its true rarity. Accurately graded examples are a scarcity, and those with CAC endorsement are particularly noteworthy. As one would expect, no example has sold in the past 6 years, though 3 grades lower a F12 PCGS CAC sold for $5,400 03/23 HA whilst a XF45 PCGS CAC for $18,000 02/24 HA. Here is a rare opportunity to acquire our favorite coin this current offering. PCGS Cert Verification #4744735 • CAC Price Guide - $9,380• CAC POP - 1/5 • PCGS Coin# - 8630 Paradime Coins collects Sales Tax when applicable. Please read our Terms & Conditions page for more information.
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