Attempted a cross to PCGS from a 1911-D Quarter Eagle NTC MS63 with AU58 set as min and a 1912-S NGCAU58 half eagle with no minimum grade set. Guess what happened?
Neither coin crossed. They got returned with no explanation what so ever. You would figure for $50 in grading fees you would at least get an explanation. Oh well, so much for having my whole collection in one type of holder. Both coins are nice examples and will have to find a home with someone who does not care so much about the ho
Did not really realize how rare this grade is. Minus the Kutasi Collection there are only 4 additional MS66 Indian Eagles registered in any date. No MS67 Indian Eagles registered.
I was a little curious so I checked the registries at both PCGS and NGC and found that if you ignore the Kutasi Collection there is only 1 additional MS66 Indian Eagle in any date registered at PCGS and 3 additional at NGC/(Collectors' Society). That also happens to be 1 graded by PCGS and 3 graded by NGC. This is in
Ever seen a gold Eagle in MS66 with fantastic color and luster?
I have been collecting lower grade eagles as they are more fun to collect when they fit in my budget and I have a better chance of filling the set. Unfortunately I was not able to get any GEM examples. I figured I should have at least one but where and how to get one for a respectable price?
I was recently communicating with the owner of the famous Kutasi collection (Probably the finest set ever assembled anywhere) and he jus