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1856 S $1 Gold PCGS MS65+ from the SS Central America sunken treasure will be displayed at the ANA World’s Fair of Money in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 14-18, 2018...finest known for the grade with a single MS64+ as the next highest grade. The highest NumisMedia Market value listed is in MS64 at $42,500....

August 6, 2018 - Exceptional Ship of Gold Type Set Exhibited at ANA

The ANA World's Fair of Money will host a variety of exhibits in this year's event but none may be more superlative than the six coins to be displayed from the latest recovery of the SS Central America, the legendary �Ship of Gold�. These coins are either the finest known for the grade or tied for the finest known and now make up the finest San Francisco Mint denomination type set of U.S. minted Gold coins which includes the $1, $2½, $3, $5, $10 and $20. These SS Central America coins will…

1849 C $1 Gold Open Wreath PCGS MS62 was sold for $528,750 at the Heritage Auctions FUN Show U.S. Coins Signature Auction in Tampa, Florida, January 6-11, 2016...While the 1894 S Barber Dime was the highlight of the sale, there were several other top rarities that found new homes. The 1849 C $1 Gold with Open Wreath sold for $528,750; this is the finest known for this date and it is certified by PCGS as MS62...

January 11, 2016 - True Rarity Dominates Heritage FUN Sale

The Heritage FUN Sale proved that truly rare coins are still heavily coveted by high-end, advanced collectors and dealers. The 1804 Dollar, 1913 Liberty Nickel, and 1894 S Barber Dime make up the numismatic �Big Three�, the most desired coins and biggest draws in today�s major auction market. One of the Big Three was auctioned off in Florida and when the final gavel pounded, the Branch Mint PR66 1894 S Barber Dime realized $1,997,500; it is certified by PCGS and has the CAC sticker attached…

1855 D $1 Gold PCGS MS64 CAC sold for $164,500 at the Heritage Auctions ANA World’s Fair of Money U.S. Coins Signature Auction in Chicago, Illinois, August 12-16, 2015....This date had an original mintage of just 1,811 and there are only 99 coins certified by PCGS and NGC total. There are none grading higher than this MS64.

August 17, 2015 - Duckor's Gold Dollars Fetch Almost $2 Million

The just concluded ANA World�s Fair of Money was considered a success by most standards. The thousands of dealers and collectors who attended were kept busy with exhibits, seminars, and an active bourse. With the metals ramping up in the last week, the level of confidence seems to have increased as well. There were numerous awards presented throughout the show for dealers who have offered so much of their time to numismatics. PNG presented the Lifetime Achievement Award to Jeff Garrett who…

1849 C $1 Gold Open Wreath MS62 PCGS is available at the Heritage Auctions ANA World’s Fair of Money U.S. Coins Signature Auction in Chicago, Illinois, August 12-16, 2015...This is an exceptionally rare coin and is the finest known to date. The current FMV is $662,500; this coin should command well above this figure....

August 10, 2015 - Two Major Auctions at the ANA World's Fair of Money

Thousands of dealers and collectors are heading to Rosemont, Illinois this week for the most anticipated coin show of the year, the annual ANA World�s Fair of Money. This show will have plenty of educational exhibits and seminars including Fundamentals of Grading, Coin Collecting Basics, and Boy Scout Merit Badge and Girl Scout Patch Workshops, among many others. With the metals beginning the week on a high note, dealers are hopeful that the bourse floor is active with confidence on the…

G$1 1886 PCGS MS67 CAC | Legend Rare Coin Auctions, LLC

G$1 1886 PCGS MS67 CAC for auction. Even though both PCGS and CAC refer to this coin as Mint State, it looks like a Proof to us, especially at first glance. The flash is mesmerizing! Boldly prooflike, 4” mirrors have exceptional clarity, cleanliness, and reflectivity. Both sides are a breathtaking, original orange gold with yellow gold highlights, and there are some very faint microscopic copper stains visible with a strong glass. Regardless, these only help to prove the coin’s originality…

Because the strike for the first two types of the American gold dollar rare coin series was often weak, the obverse design of the classically beautiful Indian Princess Head Gold Dollar Type III (1856-1889) was adopted directly from the three-dollar gold piece.

Cactus Bowl - Fiesta Bowl

Measuring only 13 millimeters in diameter, the Liberty Head Gold Dollar Type I (1849-1854) has the distinction of being the smallest of the U.S. gold dollar coins.

Cactus Bowl - Fiesta Bowl