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NumisMedia is a community of U.S. rare coin dealers featuring printed and online, dealer and collector, wholesale and retail price guides.
NumisMedia is a community of U.S. rare coin dealers featuring printed and online, dealer and collector, wholesale and retail price guides.

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....Heritage Auctions held the official sale for the Long Beach Expo with a pair of $50 Gold coins highlighted, both bringing prices just under the current NumisMedia Market values. The 1915 S $50 Gold Pan-Pac Octagonal in PCGS MS63 sold for $72,000, our current Market value is at $75,000. There are 277 coins certified in this grade by PCGS and NGC combined. The 1915 S $50 Gold Pan-Pac Octagonal in NGC MS64 sold for $90,000, the Market value for this grade is at $95,000. The population for this grade of MS64 is 293 coins total certified and there are an additional 89 grading higher with the highest being NGC MS67....
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....At the Heritage Auctions Platinum Night, the newly discovered 1854 S $5 Gold in NGC XF45 sold for $2,160,000. This is one of only four known coins, two others are in private hands and one is in the Smithsonian. Also highlighted, the 1796 Liberty Cap Half Cent with Pole in PCGS MS66+ CAC sold for $630,000; this is the finest known coin for the date....
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....The 1857 S $20 Gold in PCGS MS67+ is the finest known although there are 18 listed in MS67 combined for PCGS and NGC. The NumisMedia Market for the MS67 is $82,500....
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....The RanJack Collection of nearly completed Morgan Dollars started the sale with some extremely active bidding. The very first lot was an 1878 7TF Reverse of 1878 in PCGS MS66+ CAC; with a presale estimate of upwards of $14,000, it finally realized $43,475 with no less than seven active bidders. There are currently 12 coins listed as certified in MS66+, but this coin is CAC approved with none finer at PCGS....
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....The rarely encountered 1921 Chapman Morgan Dollar in NGC PR65 brought a premium bid of $72,000. There were no Proofs officially made for collectors, however, PCGS and NGC have combined to certify 64 in all grades of PR60 through PR67. There are 4 coins certified in PR65 with another 6 coins grading higher. The current Market for the PR65 is $68,500....
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....The J & L Collection of Silver Commemoratives, ranked as both the current finest and all-time finest in the PCGS Set Registry, will be on display at the ANA World’s Fair of Money in Philadelphia, August 14-18. This is an amazing 144-piece set of spectacular, original toned Classic U.S. Silver Commems, with all issues from 1892 through 1954 including each date and mintmark, and includes 27 of the finest known certified....
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....There were plenty of other highlights from the Fairmont Collection. The 1857 O in PCGS MS60 brought $78,000; there are only three coins certified in MS60 and another three grading as high as MS63. The 1859 O in PCGS AU53 realized $66,000, a strong premium above the current NumisMedia Market price. There are 18 coins certified in AU53 with another 29 in higher AU grades. There are just two coins certified in the highest grade of MS60....
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...The response from dealers and members this week for the new NumisMedia Weekly Extra Wholesale Market Dealer Price Guide PDF was tremendous, thank you to all for the very positive feedback. The next Weekly Extra will be available this Wednesday (and every Wednesday) with an estimated upload of 1:00 PM Pacific Time. For more information go to numismedia.com/extra...
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....A date and variety extremely rare in all grades of Mint State, the 1793 Chain Cent with Periods in PCGS MS65 BN CAC will also be available in this Heritage Sale. There are a total of only 4 coins certified in MS65 and MS66. The current Market value for this date and grade is $425,000 and our CAC value is listed at $610,000; with so few examples available, this coin could bring a strong premium....
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....The 1927 D Peace Dollar in PCGS MS66 CAC was a hot commodity as it realized $41,125, which is basically on par with the NumisMedia CAC value of $41,300. Formerly from the Jack Lee Collection and the Crow River Collection, this coin is 1 of 6 graded MS66 CAC with only a single coin certified higher at MS66+....
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