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Sold & Closed. Coin Auction! With a few great surprises!! - September 20, 2018

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1.DESCRIPTION: Please read all terms and conditions for this auction. It should answer any questions that you may have, ie: if you require shipping, if you are unable to remove your own items, about bringing your own labor, etc. It explains the process during the auction and how it all works. If you have any questions at all!! Call me, Marilyn 406-570-3922 and I will help in any way I can.
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4.DESCRIPTION: 1838 Half Dime. A weight of 1.34 grams at a composition of .900 silver. Regular strike, no drapery, small stars. A quality coin at 180 years old would be a great coin of American History to add to your collection.
5.DESCRIPTION: 1900-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
6.DESCRIPTION: Three Vintage Italian Banknotes. 1969 - Banca D'Italia - Lire Mille; 1935 - 10 Lire; 1966 - 500 lire Republic -52nd Anniversary.
7.DESCRIPTION: 72 - 1940s Lincoln Cents (seller's count and dates). 15 - 1942, 1 - 1942-D, 5 - 1943, 2 - 1944-D, 1 - 1944-S, 18 - 1944, 11 - 1945, 10 - 1946, 2 - 1946-S, 1 - 1947, 1 - 1948, 5 - 1949.
8.DESCRIPTION: 1837 Centre Market Accommodation 14th Ward Token N.York Hard Times Token.
9.DESCRIPTION: 1880-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The New Orleans minted 1880 Morgans are worth more than the other minted versions. These coins don't sell very often but when they do its for a pile of money. Most recent sells noted coming from 2016 for $22k.
10.DESCRIPTION: 22 Steel War Pennies. In the year 1943 the United States issued the steel penny because the copper was needed for World War II. The steel look is actually the result of the mint using a Zinc coating.
11.DESCRIPTION: 1893 Columbian Half Dollar. The 1892 and 1893 Columbian half dollars were the first commemorative coins issued by the United States. They were coined to commemorate the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. This event, also known as the Chicago World's Fair, was to be held in 1892.
12.DESCRIPTION: 41 Old Foreign Coins. United Kindom, Canada, Great Britain, Spain, etc. Please see photos for more info. Coins are so great for many uses from jewelry design to just coin collecting. They can be great gifts for weddings, the celebration of an anniversary or birthday and they are great as good luck tokens.
13.DESCRIPTION: Two Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver: 1889-O and 1901-O.
14.DESCRIPTION: Misc. tokens to include Great Smoky Mtns. National Park - North Carolina, Federal Tires, Beacon Gasoline 1951 good luck penny, Union Pacific, Lucky Tillicum - Rebuild with Roosevelt, Reader's Digest Savings, NYC transfer, 5 - East Bay Street Railways, 1946-Knoxville Transite . Plus two RARE OPA ration tokens (VY and XT) - redpoint celluloid tokens. Rationing began in 1942 and the OPA used stamps, coins and chits for rationing. Canned Goods, meats, sugar, etc. were rationed. These tokens were used in 1944-45, Red for Meat and Fats. Retailers gave them as change for OPA coupons. We also added a genuine bronze, the state of Texas pin with three medals attached.
15.DESCRIPTION: Two Franklin Half Dollars, 90% Silver: 1961-D and 1963-D.
16.DESCRIPTION: 1798 Draped Bust One Cent, 2nd Hair Style.
17.DESCRIPTION: 1902 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
18.DESCRIPTION: 2002-P Mint Set in plastic. Sacagawea Dollar, Kennedy Half Dollar, Roosevelt Dime, Jefferson Nickel, Lincoln Cent.
19.DESCRIPTION: Nine old coins. 1944-S, 1945-S, 1960 Jefferson nickels. 1943-S, 1959-D, 1967, 1968-S, 1970-D, 1972-S Lincoln cents.
20.DESCRIPTION: 1923-D Peace Dollar, 90% Silver. Just 10% of all the 1923 Peace dollars were minted at the Denver mint. These are the rarest of the 1923 peace dollars according to mint reports.
21.DESCRIPTION: 1844 Braided Hair One Cent. The designer of these coins is Christian Gobrecht. Obverse has head facing left with braided hair within circle of stars and date is below and on the reverse has value within a wreath.
22.DESCRIPTION: 44 old United Kingdom One Shilling, 50% Silver. obverse features the bare head of King George V facing left, with the surrounding legend: 'GEORGIVS V DEI GRA: BRITT: OMN: REX'. The reverse shows a lion standing on the royal crown, with the date divided to either side. The main design is surrounded by a legend reading 'FID: DEF: IND: IMP:', with the words 'ONE SHILLING' below.
23.DESCRIPTION: 1847 Braided Head Large Cent.
24.DESCRIPTION: Baseball Hall of Fame Legends in First Day issue stamps in plastic folder. St. Vincent Official First Day Cover. Babe Ruth (George Herman Ruth "BABE") Dec 7, 1988, Lou Gehrig (Henry Louis Gehrig "The Iron Horse") July 23, 1989, Ty Cobb (Tyrus Raymond Cobb "The Georgia Peach") July 23, 1989.
25.DESCRIPTION: 45 early 1900s Lincoln Cents (seller's count and dates). 3 - 1910, 3 - 1911, 2 - 1912, 3 - 1913, 3 - 1916, 6 - 1917, 2 - 1918, 5 - 1919, 9 - 1920, 3 - 1925, 3 - 1926, 2 - 1927, 1 - 1928.
26.DESCRIPTION: 1879 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
27.DESCRIPTION: 1902 United Kingdom 3 Pence, 92.5% Silver. The 1902 UK threepence obverse features the bare head of King Edward VII facing right, with the surrounding legend: 'EDWARDVS VII D:G:BRITT:OMN:REXF:D:IND:IMP:' The reverse shows the royal crown above the number '3', with the date divided to either side. A wreath with a bow at the base surrounds the main design.
28.DESCRIPTION: Two Peace Dollars, 90% Silver: 1922 and 1924. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
29.DESCRIPTION: Two 1943-D Steel War Pennies. In the year 1943 the United States issued the steel penny because the copper was needed for World War II. The steel look is actually the result of the mint using a Zinc coating.
30.DESCRIPTION: 1900-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
31.DESCRIPTION: 1863 Union Forever, Patriotic Civil War Token.
32.DESCRIPTION: 1922-D Peace Dollar, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
33.DESCRIPTION: Three Eisenhower Dollars: 1971-D, 1974, 1974-D.
34.DESCRIPTION: 1863 Indian Head One Cent. The designer of these coins is James B. Longacre. Obverse has an Indian head with headdress facing left with the date below and reverse has the value within a wreath and shield above.
35.DESCRIPTION: Two Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver: 1881 and 1881-S.
36.DESCRIPTION: 1875-S Twenty Cent, 90% Silver.
37.DESCRIPTION: Misc. cancelled stamps, see photos.
38.DESCRIPTION: 1900-O/CC Morgan Silver Dollar. This coin features a New Orleans "O" mintmark struck over a Carson City "CC" mint mark - which resulted in parts of the underlying "CC" being visible around the "O" on the reverse of the coin. At first it seems bizarre how a Carson City "CC" mintmark could even appear on this coin considering the fact that the Carson City Mint stopped producing dollar coins in 1893 - 7 years earlier. The Philadelphia Mint is responsible for producing the coin dies before shipping them out to the branch Mints. One theory is that since Carson City was no longer producing Morgan dollars - The Philadelphia Mint simply took the old dies and partially defaced the "CC" mint mark and replaced it with the "O" mint mark before sending them to the New Orleans Mint. Another theory is that the engraver accidently punched the "CC" mintmark onto the coin and later replaced it once the mistake was found.
39.DESCRIPTION: 20 old Great Britain 3 Pence, 0.9250 Silver. Obverse: King George bust left, Reverse: Crowned denomination divides date within oak wreath.
40.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922-S Peace Dollars, 90% Silver.
41.DESCRIPTION: 1927 Standing Liberty Quarter, 90% Silver.
42.DESCRIPTION: Two Indian Head Pennies: 1901 and 1907. This coin was designed by James Barton Longacre, Head Engraver at mint.
43.DESCRIPTION: 1891-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
44.DESCRIPTION: 1857 Flying Eagle One Cent. In 1857 we bid farewell to bulky large cents, and welcomed smaller one cent pieces. Actually, the limited number of Flying Eagle pennies that were made in 1856 served as patterns and weren't authorized as an official U.S. Mint issue. As the first issue of small cents for circulation, the 1857 Flying Eagle Cents were coined in huge numbers for the period.
45.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922-S Peace Dollars, 90% Silver.
46.DESCRIPTION: 61 Various Lincoln Cents (seller's count and dates). 4 - 1930, 2 - 1934, 4 - 1935, 4 - 1936, 2 - 1937, 6 - 1938, 7 - 1939, 6 - 1940, 18 - 1941, 1 - 1965, 7 - 1981-D.
47.DESCRIPTION: Two Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver: 1887-S and 1901-O.
48.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922 Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
49.DESCRIPTION: 1875 Indian Head Penny.
50.DESCRIPTION: 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar, 90% Silver. PCGS graded AU50, Trace of wear now seen on higher points of design. Bits of luster may remain.
51.DESCRIPTION: 1922-D and 1923-S Peace Dollars, 90% Silver.
52.DESCRIPTION: 1846 Liberty Head Large Cent, F Details.
53.DESCRIPTION: 1845 Seated Liberty Dime, 90% Silver. Regular Strike, VF Details. The 1845 Liberty Head Large Cent is a coin that is attractive to collectors from all over the world and from all walks of life. The coin, though simple in design, is not only a piece of American history, but also a truly remarkable design feat for the time it was minted. Naturally, the number of these coins available for sale is decreasing all the time, so there has never been a better time than now to get your hands on one.
54.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922 Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
55.DESCRIPTION: 1891 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
56.DESCRIPTION: 1927 Mercury Dime, 90% Silver. The United States Mercury dime was actually named the Winged Liberty dime.
57.DESCRIPTION: 6 United Kingdom, Queen Victoria 3 Pence, 92.5% Silver. (3) 1877, 1890 (bent), 1898, 1900.
58.DESCRIPTION: 1885-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. 1885-O Morgans have sold reliably for between $150 and $180 over the last 2 years.
59.DESCRIPTION: 1926-D Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
60.DESCRIPTION: 1899 and 1912 Liberty Head V Nickel.
61.DESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
62.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922 Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
63.DESCRIPTION: 1845 Liberty Head Large Cent, XF Detail. The 1845 Liberty Head is a coin that is attractive to collectors from all over the world and from all walks of life. The coin, though simple in design, is not only a piece of American history, but also a truly remarkable design feat for the time it was minted. Naturally, the number of these coins available for sale is decreasing all the time, so there has never been a better time than now to get your hands on one.
64.DESCRIPTION: 29 - 1930s - 1970s Nickels.
65.DESCRIPTION: Two 1921-S Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. Many of the 1921 Morgans are actually older Morgans and peace dollars melted down and re-coined. The Pittman Act, passed in 1918, authorized the melting and recoining of millions of silver dollars.
66.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922-S Peace Dollars, 90% Silver.
67.DESCRIPTION: 66 - 1940s - 1980s Dimes.
68.DESCRIPTION: 1880 Indian Head Penny, VG Details. This coin was designed by James Barton Longacre, Head Engraver at mint.
69.DESCRIPTION: 1884-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1884 Morgan Silver Dollar minted in San Francisco is one of the most valuable Morgans issued ever. Because of this very few are bought and sold, making it even harder to verify the value. Current listings for the coin at online marketplace start the bidding for MS-65 versions at $150,000.
70.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922 Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
71.DESCRIPTION: 1962-D and 1963-D Ben Franklin Half Dollar. 1963 was the final year for the Ben Franklin Half Dollars, and they were quickly replaced by the 1964 JFK Half Dollars after the assassination of JFK.
72.DESCRIPTION: Brown vinyl coin book with misc. coins. 8 - Kennedy Half Dollars, 1 - 1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollar, 5 - 1976 Ike Dollars, 24 - Washington Quarters, 6 - Jefferson Nickels, 4 - other Ike Dollars.
73.DESCRIPTION: Three stamp books. 1) Modern Postage Stamp Album, fully illustrated, designed and written by Theresa M. Clark. Scott Publications, Inc., c. 1940. This big book has stamps on nearly all the pages, some pages are full. 2) The Majestic Stamp Album, Grossman Stamp Co., c. 1961. The Great Britain page is the only page with stamps on it. 3) World Stamp Album, the ideal book for the beginning collector. Minkus Publications Inc., c. 1962, Grosset & Dunlap. There's a few stamps in it but so much for you to collect!
74.DESCRIPTION: 1890 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
75.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922-S Peace Dollars, 90% Silver.
76.DESCRIPTION: Vintage Poland Banknotes. 5 - 1931 20 Zlotych and 1 - 1932 100 Zlotych.
77.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
78.DESCRIPTION: 1843 Liberty Head Large Cent, env. Damge, VF details, Petite Head, Small Letters. The 1843 Liberty Head is a coin that collectors from around the world will do anything to get their hands on. The coin, having been produced so long ago, is quite rare and not so easy to find.
79.DESCRIPTION: Two 1921 Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted. Due to the Pittman Act, passed in 1918, many of the 1921 Morgans are actually older Morgans and Peace dollars melted down and re-coined.
80.DESCRIPTION: Four shiny old Lincoln Cents: 1945, 1958, 1958-D, 1964.
81.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
82.DESCRIPTION: 1942-S Walking Liberty Half Dollar, 90% Silver.
83.DESCRIPTION: 13 Great Britain Bronze Pennies, Victoria Seated Britannia and a 1916 France 10 Centimes. Years of the Great Britain pennies include: 1862, 1889, 1890, 1892, 1894, 1895, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1904, 1915, 1920 and one is unreadable.
84.DESCRIPTION: 1885 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
85.DESCRIPTION: 1865 3 Cent Nickel. The Three Cent Nickel was produced by the U.S. Mint from 1865 to 1889. Because the series was only produced by the mint for a 25 year period, several of its editions may be considered rare and collectible. In fact, rare dated coins may trade for over three times the premium of common date coins.
86.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922-S Peace Dollars, 90% Silver.
87.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
88.DESCRIPTION: 1841 Liberty Head, VG Details. The 1841 Liberty Head is one of many Large Cent produced by the US Mint, but is also one of the most popular. Having been produced so long ago, collectors from around the world will do anything they can to get their hands on one of these coins. With that being said, the fact that the coins were produced so long ago means that there are only a limited number remaining.
89.DESCRIPTION: 1921 and 1921-S Morgan Silver Dollars. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted.
90.DESCRIPTION: Misc. vintage foreign coins: Canada, Russia, Great Britain, etc. Most are silver. We also found a small pendant that also appears to be silver and a Bavarian Budweiser Michelob Busch magic money multiplier token.
91.DESCRIPTION: Four old Kennedy Half Dollars: (2) 1964, 1966, 1968-D.
92.DESCRIPTION: 1922 and Unreadable Date Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
93.DESCRIPTION: 1853 Seated Liberty Half Dime with Arrows, 90% Silver. F15, regular strike.
94.DESCRIPTION: 1921-D Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1921 Denver minted Morgan was the only Morgan ever minted at the Denver mint.
95.DESCRIPTION: 1868 Two-Cent, XF Details. The 1868 two-cent piece is an extremely valuable coin in the eyes of most every collector out there. To that end, these coins also have historical significance in that they were produced right around the end of the Civil War. With two different types of people striving to get their hands on these coins, it goes without saying that acquiring one of your own is no easy feat.
96.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver. This one is very shiny. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
97.DESCRIPTION: Two Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver: 1887 and 1880-S.
98.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922-D Peace Dollars, 90% Silver.
99.DESCRIPTION: 1840 Liberty Head Large Cent, small date, VG details. The 1840 Liberty Head is an example of a coin that draws the attention of collectors from all over the world. Due to it being produced such a long time ago, it goes without saying that the number of Liberty Heads on the market is decreasing all the time. As such, there has never been a better time than now to get your hands on one.
100.DESCRIPTION: Dansco, United States Type Coin Book. It starts with a 1800-08 Draped Bust area and ends with 1979 Susan B. Anthony area. Not all coins are present. Coins included: 1943 and 1959 Lincoln cent, 1883 No Cents, 1907 Cents, 1938 Indian Head Nickel, 1943 and 1968 Jefferson Nickel, 1914 Barber Dime, 1936 Mercury Dime, 1964 and 1965 Roosevelt Dime, 1962 Franklin Half Dollar, 1964 and 1965 Kennedy Half Dollar, Washington Commemorative Half Dollar, 1971 Ike Dollar, 1964 and 1965 Washington Quarter, 1976 Washington Quarter, 1976 Kennedy Half, 1976 Ike Dollar, 1979 Susan B. Anthony.
101.DESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
102.DESCRIPTION: 1925 Lexington-Concord Sesquicentennial Half Dollar, 90% Silver, VF30. Sometimes called the Patriot half dollar, a commemorative fifty-cent piece struck by the United States Bureau of the Mint in 1925 in honor of the 150th anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord. It was designed by Chester Beach.
103.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, toned.
104.DESCRIPTION: 1890-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
105.DESCRIPTION: 1856 Liberty Head Large Cent, env. damage, AU details, Upright 5. The 1856 Liberty Head is one of those coins that collectors simply cannot get enough. These pieces are quite old. As time wears on, the total number is decreasing, meaning there has never been a better time than now for collectors to get their hands on one.
106.DESCRIPTION: Unknown date silver Morgan dollar, 1973-D Roosevelt dime, 1944 and 1946 Jefferson nickels, unknown date buffalo nickel and a bronze foreign coin.
107.DESCRIPTION: 1892-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
108.DESCRIPTION: 1851 Liberty Head Large Cent, G Details. The 1851 Liberty Head is a highly collectible coin that was first introduced such a long time ago. Though the coin is old, it is popular amongst collectors nowadays for a number of different reasons, ranging from its extremely attractive design to its overall historical significance.
109.DESCRIPTION: Two 1921-S Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. Many of the 1921 Morgans are actually older Morgans and peace dollars melted down and re-coined. The Pittman Act, passed in 1918, authorized the melting and recoining of millions of silver dollars.
110.DESCRIPTION: 1893 Columbian Exposition Half Dollar, 90% Silver, AU53. The 1892 and 1893 Columbian half dollars were the first commemorative coins issued by the United States. They were coined to commemorate the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. This event, also known as the Chicago World's Fair, was to be held in 1892.
111.DESCRIPTION: 1882 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
112.DESCRIPTION: Two 1923-S Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. The 1923 (s) Peace dollars (minted in San Francisco) are the most valuable of the 1923 silver dollars.
113.DESCRIPTION: 1839 Liberty Head Large Cent, VG details, head of 1838 Liberty Head. An attractive coin to collectors from all over the world, and are getting ever more popular all the time. With that much said, because the coins are so old there are only a limited number of them available to be purchased.
114.DESCRIPTION: 1899-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
115.DESCRIPTION: 1838 Liberty Head Large Cent, F Details. There is an almost infinite number of collectible coins out there, but few are more popular or more sought after than the 1838 Liberty Head Large Cent. This coin, though produced a very long time ago, is still incredibly popular amongst collectors in the US and abroad.
116.DESCRIPTION: 1921 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted.
117.DESCRIPTION: 1850 Liberty Head Large Cent, XF Details. The 1850 Liberty Head is one of the last editions of a coin whose history is as rich as the history of the US Mint itself.
118.DESCRIPTION: 1878 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. This was the first year that the Morgan Silver Dollar was minted.
119.DESCRIPTION: 141 old Lincoln pennies, 1950-1980.
120.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922 Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
121.DESCRIPTION: 1946 Iowa Half Dollar, 90% Silver, graded MS65. The 1946 Iowa Centennial Half dollar stands as a monument to effective and equitable distribution of a commemorative coin. As opposed to many other issues in the classic commemorative era, there was no corruption of any sort associated with the coin's production or sales. Additionally, the design of the coin was quite attractive, which is more than can be said of many other commemorative coins of the era.
122.DESCRIPTION: 1901-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, graded MS63.
123.DESCRIPTION: 1977-D Eisenhower Dollar.
124.DESCRIPTION: 1921-S and 1921-D Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. The 1921 Denver minted Morgan silver dollar was the only Morgan ever minted at the Denver mint.
125.DESCRIPTION: 1922-D Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, toned.
126.DESCRIPTION: 1878-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
127.DESCRIPTION: Three Eisenhower Dollars: (2) 1976-D, 1978-D.
128.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
129.DESCRIPTION: 1897-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The New Orleans 1897 Morgan Silver Dollars seem to be selling for much more than the ones minted in San Francisco or Philadelphia.
130.DESCRIPTION: 1921 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
131.DESCRIPTION: 1849 Liberty Large Cent, XF Details. The 1849 Liberty Head is a coin that is of the utmost importance to collectors both in the United States and around the world. Nowadays, the coin is sought after not only because of its attractive design, but also due to the fact that the piece represents a part of American history.
132.DESCRIPTION: 1901-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
133.DESCRIPTION: 1923-S Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded AU53.
134.DESCRIPTION: 1889-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
135.DESCRIPTION: 1879 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
136.DESCRIPTION: 1923-S Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, toned.
137.DESCRIPTION: 1880-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
138.DESCRIPTION: Two Silver Morgan Dollars: 1901-O and 1921-D. The 1921 Denver minted Morgan was the only Morgan ever minted at the Denver mint.
139.DESCRIPTION: A set of historic diamond models. Comprising fifteen glass models of the 'largest diamonds in the world' including the Pigot, Sancy, Shah, blue Hope (small chip on bottom, see photo), Pasha, Koh-i-Noor (new), Nassak, Large Mogul, Florentine, Koh-i-Noor (old), Regent or Pitt, Empress Eugenie, Orlov, Polar Star and the Star of the South. Late 19th century, in fitted black case. I found this same exact set on Christie's and it sold for $8,856.57 in December of 2007!
140.DESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, 7 tail feathers, slanted top arrow feather.
141.DESCRIPTION: 1848 Liberty Head Large Cent, VF details, env. damage. The 1848 Liberty Head is one of those coins that is attractive to just about every coin collector. Not only is it very old, it is of great historical significance simply because of the time period during which it was minted.
142.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
143.DESCRIPTION: 1889-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
144.DESCRIPTION: 1883 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
145.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
146.DESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, 7 tail feathers, slanted top arrow feather.
147.DESCRIPTION: 1809 Classic Head Large Cent, AG details, env. damage.
148.DESCRIPTION: 1972 Eisenhower Dollar.
149.DESCRIPTION: 1880 Morgan Silver Dollar, 90% Silver.
150.DESCRIPTION: Two 1923-S Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. The 1923 (s) Peace dollars (minted in San Francisco) are the most valuable of the 1923 silver dollars.
151.DESCRIPTION: 1900-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
152.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
153.DESCRIPTION: Two 1921 Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted. Due to the Pittman Act, passed in 1918, many of the 1921 Morgans are actually older Morgans and Peace dollars melted down and re-coined.
154.DESCRIPTION: 1885-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned. 1885-O Morgans have sold reliably for between $150 and $180 over the last 2 years.
155.DESCRIPTION: 1921 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
156.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
157.DESCRIPTION: 1876 Indian Head Penny, XF details, env. damage. 1876 is another great year for those collecting Indian Head Cents. The mintage/production numbers dropped from 13.5 million in the previous year to just under 8 million in 1876. Shortages make for value in this supply and demand world we live in.
158.DESCRIPTION: 1883 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
159.DESCRIPTION: 1899-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
160.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922 Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
161.DESCRIPTION: 1886-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1886 Morgan Silver Dollar coin is tricky to price. MS-65 is valued somewhere around $140,000.
162.DESCRIPTION: 1921-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
163.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922-S Peace Dollars, 90% Silver.
164.DESCRIPTION: 1923-D Peace Dollar, 90% Silver. Just 10% of all the 1923 Peace dollars were minted at at the Denver mint. These are the rarest of the 1923 peace dollars according to mint reports.
165.DESCRIPTION: 1814 Classic Head Large Cent, holed, G details, Crosslet 4 in date. The 1814 Classic Head is just one of many Large Cents that have been produced by the US Mint in the last 200+ years. With that being said, it is also one of the rarest coins produced by the US Mint seeing as it was only in circulation for a short period of time.
166.DESCRIPTION: 1883-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
167.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
168.DESCRIPTION: 1881-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
169.DESCRIPTION: Two Silver Morgan Dollars, 1891-S and 1921.
170.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922 Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
171.DESCRIPTION: 1921-D Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned. The 1921 Denver minted Morgan was the only Morgan ever minted at the Denver mint.
172.DESCRIPTION: 1886 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1886 Morgan Silver Dollar coin is tricky to price. MS-65 is valued somewhere around $140,000.
173.DESCRIPTION: Two 1922 Peace Dollars, 90% Silver. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
174.DESCRIPTION: 1891-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
175.DESCRIPTION: 1923 and 1923-S Silver Peace Dollars.
176.DESCRIPTION: 1828 Liberty Head Large Cent. The 1828 Liberty Head is a coin that serious collectors will do anything to get their hands on. Being that the coins were produced so long ago, it follows that there are not so many left to be purchased.
177.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
178.DESCRIPTION: 1896-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
179.DESCRIPTION: 1925 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
180.DESCRIPTION: Two Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver: 1879-S and 1887-O.
181.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
182.DESCRIPTION: 1883-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. Graded 1883-S Morgan Silver Dollars are regularly breaking $20,000+ per coin at high end auctions. These coins are coveted by those who love Morgans.
183.DESCRIPTION: 1921 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned.
184.DESCRIPTION: 1855 Braided Hair Half Cent, tooled, AU details. Of all the dates in this series, the 1855 is the most common in full red condition by far. This is a go-to date for exceptional color and quality. Both of the 5's in the date are slanted, which was typical of the 1850-1855 Half Cents.
185.DESCRIPTION: 1922 and 1922-S Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
186.DESCRIPTION: 1882-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
187.DESCRIPTION: 1899 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned.
188.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
189.DESCRIPTION: 1990-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
190.DESCRIPTION: 1921-D Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1921 Denver minted Morgan was the only Morgan ever minted at the Denver mint. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted.
191.DESCRIPTION: 1806 Draped Bust Large Cent, with hole, G details. The 1806 Draped Bust Large Cent is one of those coins that collectors will do absolutely anything to get their hands on. Not only is the coin extremely old, it is a piece of American history and one of only a few remaining.
192.DESCRIPTION: 1880-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
193.DESCRIPTION: 1886-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1886 Morgan Silver Dollar coin is tricky to price. MS-65 is valued somewhere around $140,000.
194.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
195.DESCRIPTION: 1891 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
196.DESCRIPTION: 1924 and 1923-S Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
197.DESCRIPTION: 1890-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
198.DESCRIPTION: 1837 Liberty Head Large Cent. The 1837 Liberty Head is not only a piece of American history, it is a coin that collectors of all walks of life absolutely cannot wait to get their hands on.
199.DESCRIPTION: 1921-S Morgan Silver Dollar, 90% Silver, toned. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted.
200.DESCRIPTION: 1899-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
201.DESCRIPTION: 1923 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
202.DESCRIPTION: 1886-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1886 Morgan Silver Dollar coin is tricky to price. MS-65 is valued somewhere around $140,000.
203.DESCRIPTION: 1889-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
204.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
205.DESCRIPTION: 1879 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
206.DESCRIPTION: 1884 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
207.DESCRIPTION: 1835 Liberty Head Large Cent, VG details, env. damage, head of 1836. The 1835 Liberty Head is a coin that was produced a long time ago, but is extremely popular nowadays. The total number of 1835 Liberty Head Large Cents remaining is constantly decreasing. As such, there has never been a better time to get your hands on one.
208.DESCRIPTION: 1887 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
209.DESCRIPTION: 1834 Liberty Head Large Cent.
210.DESCRIPTION: 1922-S Peace Dollar, 90% Silver.
211.DESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, 7 tail feathers, slanted top arrow feather.
212.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
213.DESCRIPTION: 1896 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned.
214.DESCRIPTION: 1833 Liberty Head Large Cent, VG Details. The 1833 Liberty Head Large Cent is a coin that most collectors cannot simply pass on. Whether it is due to the historical significance, attractive design, or the simple fact that there are only a few left on the market, there is always a demand for these pieces.
215.DESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
216.DESCRIPTION: 1921-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
217.DESCRIPTION: 1921-D Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1921 Denver minted Morgan was the only Morgan ever minted at the Denver mint.
218.DESCRIPTION: 1832 Liberty Head Large Cent, with hole, F details, medium letters. When it comes to coins like the 1832 Liberty Head, there is, quite frankly, no serious collector who does not want to get their hands on one.
219.DESCRIPTION: 1890-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
220.DESCRIPTION: 1881-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
221.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver. This one is very shiny. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
222.DESCRIPTION: 1890-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
223.DESCRIPTION: 1807 Draped Bust Large Cent, G details, small fraction. This variety of the 1803 Draped Bust Large Cent (Penny) features a large date on the obverse and a small 1/100 fraction on the reverse of the coin. This is the rarest and most valuable of the major 1803 large cent varieties.
224.DESCRIPTION: 1922-D Peace Dollar, 90% Silver. This one is very shiny. 1922 was the 2nd year that the 1922 Peace dollar was minted.
225.DESCRIPTION: 1921-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
226.DESCRIPTION: 1889 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned.
227.DESCRIPTION: 1922 Peace Dollar, 90% Silver, PCGS graded MS63.
228.DESCRIPTION: 1899-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned.

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