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Capped Bust Halves, Gold Quarter Liberty Eagle in OGH, Sitting Liberty Quarters

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OLDER POSTINGS OF COINS STILL FOR SALE if you see these in my ebay store, please contact me before you buy.


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Some new additions to the whole bunch


An outstanding and scarce 1820 O-108 in ANACS VF-35

All 1820's are scarce. And big time sleepers.

At this grade level, they are usually destroyed by over zealous cleaning

This one is gorgeously patinated with a blanket dove grey/brown and iridescent blue at the peripheries. Truly a very nice piece.


$520.00 includes registered mail







I couldn't resist this 1817 (O-110). There is a thin line extending out from the chin, but you have to look at this coin and I'll bet you couldn't put it down. Lovely golden iridescence peripherally with cartwheel luster in the protected areas and an undercurrent of that silver turn blue effect often seen on well protected surfaces that have aged for over a hundred years.


$350 with certified first class mail included








Despite the ancient wipe on this 1819 O-103 (raw), I bought it because overal, it's a lovely coin, with entirely natural patination acquired over the years. I would grade it a VF 20/25


$ 125.00 includes certified first class mail











Wow! This is a PERFECT VF 25, coppery brown patination, excellent surfaces, in my opinion PERFECT for the grade and PQ for the grade, no question.


$120 includes first class mail certified/signature required










I'm always on the lookout for curled base 2, 1827's.

The toning on this one is a little lighter than I usually go for, but it's a great coin, and hard to find, despite it's being an R.2


This coin is natural, light to moderate toning, and very appealing. Grade is VF 20. The coin is raw.


I'm asking $203.00 for this coin, which includes postage (priority mail)


No questions asked return privilege for 7 days.




I picked up this incredibly beautiful 'gem' (although it's graded PCGS 63 in an old green holder) of a Liberty Quarter Eagle, in Baltimore.


I found it really difficult to photograph, and while sometimes I'll adjust the contrast on a coin, these photos are TOTALLY unretouched, except for cropping, using a tungsten lamp in different lighting angles. It is a sparkling, beautifully colored piece of gold. I'll let the photos speak for themselves.


If it doesn't sell, it stays in my collection, vaulted, at the bank.


$995.00 includes registered insured mail. That's a bargain for the pizazz that this little lady has.









much, much, prettier than the washed out junk you usually see for auction (just look at auction archives).


A nicely toned 1845 Quarter, in PCGS XF 45, true to grade, and very natural.

$425.00 includes certified first class mail.
















This is a really, really nice, 1877 Quarter in PCGS 58. A bit lighter than the photo, with an iridescent golden encrustation peripherally. Quite beautiful, if you like originality. I certainly do.


$325.00 includes certified first class mail.








1873 S Quarter, Arrows in PCGS XF 40. Another nicely original SLQ that belongs in a serious collection. The surfaces are reflective under a light, with a golden iridescence peripherally. I like this coin very much.


$620.00 includes REGISTERED mail







Another organic, natural, Bustie. Coppery brown, more coppery on the devices.

True to grade. Clean surfaces, exceptional for the grade.

I love these little ANACS holders. Ther are tons of Busties in these old holders, it would even be nice to collect them that way and store in a box, or crack them out and put them in a Dansco album, or any other idea for display you might have.

This is one Bustie I would be very confident in displaying. PQ for the grade, no doubt. Of course this is a matter of opinion, but I'm very confident with this.


$130.00 includes certified first class mail


Thanks for looking!










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