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1915-S $5 Indian PCGS MS62 (62)
• Among rarest dates in series
• Key San Francisco issue of type
• Well-struck
• Attractive for the grade

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$8,424.00
1912-S $10 Indian PCGS MS63 (63)
• True condition rarity
• Good eye-appeal for the grade

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$6,879.00
1914-D $10 Indian PCGS MS65 (65)
• Most of original mintage melted down
• Sharply-struck coin
• Excellent mint luster
• Rare in MS65

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$11,331.00
1889 $20 Liberty PCGS MS63 (63)
• Finest business-strike in National Numismatic Collection at Smithsonian Institution is MS61
• Coin is condition census for PCGS
• Attractive for the grade
• Well struck
• Low population

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$16,186.00
2018 SS Central America Gold Pinch (**)
  • Certified in PCGS holders as recovered from the 1857 shipwreck by Chief Scientist Bob Evans on the holder label.
  • Holders are individually numbered.
  • "Pinch of Gold" was a unit of money used in commerce like in saloons to buy drinks.
  • Gold pinch approximates the gold value of private mint 50¢ California fractional gold coins that were in use in 1857.
  • Genuine California gold rush gold dust is rare as it was typically melted for ingot or coin production.
  • Gold dust was discovered in hand-sewn sacks, known as pokes, in a SS Central America safe.
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$99.00
1850 10C S.S. Central America PCGS XF40 (40)
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$920.00
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