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1927 $20 Saint Gaudens NGC MS66 gem graded Philadelphia Gold Double Eagle coin

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1927 $20 Saint Gaudens NGC MS66 gem graded Philadelphia Gold Double Eagle coin
1927 $20 Saint Gaudens NGC MS66 gem graded Philadelphia Gold Double Eagle coin

1927 $20 Saint Gaudens NGC MS66 gem graded Philadelphia Gold Double Eagle coin
Gem graded Double Eagle. 100% RISK FREE SATISFACTION GUARANTEE. Until July 1, 2019. Smooth fields and crisp devices. The original mint luster is bright and the eye-appeal is amazing. This Gold Saint Gaudens will make an excellent addition to any collection or investment portfolio. Nice original mint luster. Any comparative pricing and population values were current at the time this listing was created. Pricing and pop values are subject to change. Take your time and check out your merchandise up close and personal and see for yourself that it is everything we say it is! Mint State Gold does not! Love it or send it back! NO hassles, NO excuses, NO delays… PNG membership is an honor and privilege restricted to the world’s most highly respected rare coin and precious metal dealers. About the Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG). PNG’s Code of Ethics and Standards for membership require that PNG only accept the most ethical professionals as members. Every PNG member MUST adhere to the strict Code of Ethics and Standards set forth by PNG. Admittance to PNG is voted upon by the PNG membership. PNG Collector’s Bill of Rights (see below). A note from Barry Stuppler, PNG member since 1982, and the Founder and President of Mint State Gold, a division of Stuppler & Co. Serving on the PNG Board of Directors for the past three years, I have had the privilege of experiencing first-hand why PNG is the premier organization for Rare Coin and Precious Metal Professionals. Barry Stuppler PNG member #334. PNG member since 1982. Currently sits on the PNG Board of Directors; elected to the Board in 2009. 1982 co-founder of The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) and current member of ICTA Board of Directors. ICTA serves as the national trade association for all dealers, collectors, and investors. The ANA is the world’s largest numismatic organization, with over 30,000 members. Current President of the California Coin and Bullion Merchants Association (CCBMA). Founded Stuppler & Company, Inc. (MintStateGold. Com’s parent company) in 1995. One of the nation’s most well known and highly respected coin dealers. 50+ year veteran in the rare coin & precious metal community. PNG Collector’s Bill of Rights. To reaffirm PNG’s commitment to collectors and the numismatic fraternity, the Professional Numismatists Guild has adopted a Collector’s Bill of Rights. This ten-point pledge of consumer protection and education puts extra security into the hands of collectors, letting them know they can do business in the way it should be done — in a professional manner and with dealers of the highest integrity, who will stand behind the merchandise they sell. The Professional Numismatists Guild is proud to present this pledge to the numismatic community. Not use high pressure sales tactics. Do our best to educate our clients or direct them to resources. Submit to PNG arbitration in any unresolved dispute and abide by the arbitrator’s decision. CoinStats is the best investment tool for rare coin investors. Exclusively for clients of Mint State Gold (a div of Stuppler & Co). CoinStats is an investment tool that enables numismatic investors and collectors to maximize their return when selecting rare coins. Through in-depth statistical analysis of popular rare coin series, CoinStats identifies the best. In certified rare coins. We are proud to offer this unique and outstanding investment tool exclusively to our clients. Why is CoinStats so helpful to rare coin investors? Since 1960, our President and Founder, Barry Stuppler, has been helping develop numismatic investment strategies for thousands of highly successful rare coin investors and collectors. About 15 years ago, based on speaking with a number of rare coin investors who were also active in the stock market, Barry realized that there were many similarities between identifying undervalued stocks and undervalued rare coins. He realized that the similarities between stocks and rare coins could be helpful in forming numismatic investment strategies if he could just harvest and properly formulate the needed information. That’s when CoinStats was born. Barry started out with the “market capitalization” (market cap) of each coin in the five most popular series of rare U. Gold and Silver coins. For stocks: market cap = number of shares outstanding X price per share. For Rare Coins: market cap = population X price. Population is determined by the number of coins graded by NGC, plus the number of coins graded by PCGS; Price is based on the PCGS current list price. The first step in identifying undervalued coins is comparing the market cap of coins based on the formula above. CoinStats then goes on to compare the decrease in population of the next higher grade, to the increase in price of that grade. The largest percentage of decrease in population for the next higher grade, combined with the highest percentage increase in price, identifies the. As collectors and investors are priced out of the market for the next higher grade, their attention turns to these. CoinStats has consistently helped investors outperform even the overall market in investment-quality coins for the past 15 years. CoinStats is provided FREE of charge to all current clients! Stuppler & Company (parent company of Mint State Gold) is pleased to provide all current clients with a free copy of our current issue of CoinStats. Our highly experienced numismatist advisors are available to answer any questions regarding CoinStats and look forward to assisting you with your coin investment portfolio. Walking Liberty Half Dollars. A PQ (Premium Quality) sticker is awarded to rare coins that pass a strict grading standard created by Barry Stuppler, a well-known and highly respected dealer with over 50 years of experience in the numismatic industry. The founder of the PQ Approved sticker, Mr. Barry Stuppler, is a former President of the American Numismatic Association, the country’s largest coin association, where he focused on consumer protection. Barry is also one of the original supporters of the first major grading service, The Professional Coin and Grading Service (PCGS). Barry has a long history of helping collectors and investors to build several of the highest quality and most expensive collections of investment quality rare coins in the world! Based on Barry’s experience and expertise he has developed a stringent set of grading standards for PCGS/NGC capsulated coins that when met, those exceptional coins are awarded the esteemed GOLD PQ STICKER. The stringent standards for being awarded a GOLD PQ STICKER are based on the strong desirability of these coins to both beginning and experienced collectors/investors in rare coins. Buyers have shown they want well-struck rare coins that have brilliant surfaces and no planchet problems or die defects. This criteria is not considered by other services that offer stickers, and makes finding a coin with a GOLD PQ STICKER a true beauty to have. Only the highest quality coin, which historically has proven to offer the best appreciation and liquidity compared to similar non-PQ graded coins. CAC (Certified Acceptance Corporation) is a prestigious certification awarded to coins that meet a set of grading standards set by John Albanese with regards to the coins originality. Albanese is the founder of CAC, a leading member of the numismatic community, and an authority on coin grading. For quality-conscious collectors, dealers, and investors, a green CAC sticker on an encapsulated coin has significant meaning and CAC coins often command a premium over their contemporary counterparts. Allow 3-5 days to clear. Credit and Debit cards. All orders in the continental U. We do our best to accommodate special requests, however, extra charges may apply. We haven’t built our business on clients keeping coins they’re unhappy with. If you are unsatisfied with your. Or instructions for returning the item pre-paid. Bullion items are priced according to daily market rates. Sell back to us. (a division of Stuppler & Company). 5855 Topanga Canyon Blvd. 410 Woodland Hills, CA 91367. The item “1927 $20 Saint Gaudens NGC MS66 gem graded Philadelphia Gold Double Eagle coin” is in sale since Thursday, January 3, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Gold (Pre-1933)\$20, Double Eagle”. The seller is “verypq” and is located in Woodland Hills, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Certification Number: 3221951-004
  • Grade: MS66
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Mint Location: Philadelphia
  • Year: 1927

1927 $20 Saint Gaudens NGC MS66 gem graded Philadelphia Gold Double Eagle coin

1923-D St Gaudens $20 PCGS Certified MS66 High End Premium Quality Gold Coin

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1923-D St Gaudens $20 PCGS Certified MS66 High End Premium Quality Gold Coin
1923-D St Gaudens $20 PCGS Certified MS66 High End Premium Quality Gold Coin
1923-D St Gaudens $20 PCGS Certified MS66 High End Premium Quality Gold Coin
1923-D St Gaudens $20 PCGS Certified MS66 High End Premium Quality Gold Coin

1923-D St Gaudens $20 PCGS Certified MS66 High End Premium Quality Gold Coin
Premium Quality Denver Gold. The item “1923-D St Gaudens $20 PCGS Certified MS66 High End Premium Quality Gold Coin” is in sale since Friday, September 28, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Gold (Pre-1933)\$20, Double Eagle”. The seller is “coinstacker” and is located in Vista, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Composition: Gold
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Uruguay
  • Certification Number: 31383764
  • Mint Location: Denver
  • Grade: MS 66
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Denomination: $20
  • Year: 1923

1923-D St Gaudens $20 PCGS Certified MS66 High End Premium Quality Gold Coin

1698, Hungary, Emperor Leopold I the Hogmouth. Gold 1/6 Ducat Coin. PCGS MS66

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1698, Hungary, Emperor Leopold I the Hogmouth. Gold 1/6 Ducat Coin. PCGS MS66
1698, Hungary, Emperor Leopold I the Hogmouth. Gold 1/6 Ducat Coin. PCGS MS66
1698, Hungary, Emperor Leopold I the Hogmouth. Gold 1/6 Ducat Coin. PCGS MS66
1698, Hungary, Emperor Leopold I the Hogmouth. Gold 1/6 Ducat Coin. PCGS MS66

1698, Hungary, Emperor Leopold I the Hogmouth. Gold 1/6 Ducat Coin. PCGS MS66
1698, Hungary, Emperor Leopold I “the Hogmouth”. Gold 1/6 Ducat Coin. Mint Year: 1698 Denomination: 1/6 Ducat Mint Official: J. Mint Place: Nagybanya (N-B) Ruler: Leopold I “the Hogmouth”. Reference: Friedberg 154, KM-189. Certified and graded by PCGS as MS-66 None higher or equal at PCGS and only one in this designation at NGC! Diameter: 13mm Weight: 0.57gm Material: Silver. Obverse: Wreathed and draped bust of Emperor Leopold I right. Fractional ducat value (1/6) in legend below shoulder. Reverse: The Virgin (Madonna) and baby-Jesus child standing on crescent, surrounded by light. Mint initials (N-B) and mint offiicial´s letters (I-B) at sides. Crowned Hungarian arms splitting legend below. Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor name in full. Leopold Ignaz Joseph Balthasar Felician. Habsburg (June 9, 1640 May 5, 1705), Holy Roman emperor, was the second son of the emperor Ferdinand III and his first wife Maria Anna of Spain. His maternal grandparents were Philip III of Spain and Margarita of Austria. He was a younger brother of Ferdinand IV of Hungary and Mariana of Austria. Intended for the Church, he received a good education but his prospects were changed by the death of his elder brother Ferdinand IV, on July 9, 1654 of smallpox, when he became his father’s heir. Leopold was physically unprepossessing. Short and sickly, he had inherited the Habsburg lip to a degree unusual even in his inbred family. One contemporary said of him “His gait was stately, slow and deliberate; his air pensive, his address awkward, his manner uncouth, his disposition cold and phlegmatic”. In 1655 he was chosen king of Hungary and in 1656 king of Bohemia, 1657 king of Croatia and in July 1658, more than a year after his father’s death, he was elected emperor at Frankfurt in spite of the intrigues of Jules Cardinal Mazarin, who wished to place on the imperial throne Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria or some other prince whose elevation would break the Habsburg succession. Mazarin, however, obtained a promise from the new emperor that he would not send assistance to Spain, then at war with France, and, by joining a confederation of German princes, called the league of the Rhine, France secured a certain influence in the internal affairs of Germany. Leopold’s long reign covers one of the most important periods of European history; for nearly the whole of its forty-seven years he was pitted against Louis XIV of France, whose dominant personality completely overshadowed Leopold. The emperor was not himself a man of war, and never led his troops in person; yet the greater part of his public life was spent in arranging and directing wars. The first was with Sweden, whose king Charles X found a useful ally in the prince of Transylvania, György II Rákóczi, a rebellious vassal of the Hungarian crown. This war, a legacy of the last reign, was waged by Leopold as the ally of Poland until peace was made at Oliva in 1660. A more dangerous foe next entered the lists. The Ottoman Empire interfered in the affairs of Transylvania, always an unruly district, and this interference brought on a war with the Holy Roman Empire, which after some desultory operations really began in 1663. By a personal appeal to the diet at Regensburg Leopold induced the princes to send assistance for the campaign; troops were also sent by France, and in August 1664 the great imperialist general, Raimondo Montecuccoli, gained a notable victory at Saint Gotthard. By the Peace of Vasvár the emperor made a twenty years’ truce with the sultan, granting more generous terms than his recent victory seemed to render necessary. The item “1698, Hungary, Emperor Leopold I the Hogmouth. Gold 1/6 Ducat Coin. PCGS MS66″ is in sale since Wednesday, December 19, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Gold”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Grade: MS66
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Composition: Gold
  • Year: 1698
  • Certification Number: 36335927

1698, Hungary, Emperor Leopold I the Hogmouth. Gold 1/6 Ducat Coin. PCGS MS66

1830 2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66 2.50 Early Gold Coin Wow! Amazing Grade Rarity

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1830 2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66 2.50 Early Gold Coin Wow! Amazing Grade Rarity
1830 2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66 2.50 Early Gold Coin Wow! Amazing Grade Rarity
1830 2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66 2.50 Early Gold Coin Wow! Amazing Grade Rarity
1830 2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66 2.50 Early Gold Coin Wow! Amazing Grade Rarity

1830 2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66 2.50 Early Gold Coin Wow! Amazing Grade Rarity
1830 2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66. An amazing survivor from the 1830s, this piece is the finest graded of this date and is truly an opportunity for the advanced collector/investor. The coin displays a light rose tint on the left side of the obverse with frosty, lustrous surfaces. CAC approved for quality. Unless stated otherwise in the description above, the item you see pictured here is exactly the coin you will receive. We will respond to questions as quickly as possible. Don’t ask us for our best price. If an item does not have this feature, then this is our best price. We are David Lawrence Rare Coins : one of the top sellers of coins in the world. Since 1979 we have built a world-class reputation for fair dealings in the rare coin industry. We pride ourselves in our knowledge of rare coins and impeccable customer service. If you are building a coin collection, give us a try. We treat all of our customers the way we want to be treated and we’ve built a 34-year reputation of trust. At David Lawrence Rare Coins, we are dedicated to serving the serious collector and want to help you build your coin collection and enjoy your hobby. We maintain a HUGE inventory of PCGS and NGC certified coins, many with the independent CAC approval. Our raw (uncertified) coins are conservatively graded and described without exaggeration. We want to hear from you. Our staff of four full-time numismatists is here to help you with all kinds of advice for your collection. We’re happy to describe any item for you in detail, explain the value, and we will even negotiate a better price when possible. Customer service is our #1 priority. If you ask us a question here, we will do our best to respond quickly and honestly. Thank you for doing business with David Lawrence Rare Coins! INDUSTRY AFFILIATIONS We are members of all the most prestigious numismatic organizations and networks in the USA. American Numismatic Organization (ANA). Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG) John Brush (619). Florida United Numismatists (FUN). Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Certified Acceptance Corporation (CAC). PNG: John Brush (619) ANA Life Memberships: John Brush. Read this to increase your chances of making a successful offer. On items with make-offer ability, we do our best to consider all reasonable offers. However, we work on very close markups so if your offer isn’t reasonably close to our store price, we probably cannot get together. If you think our prices are out of line with the market value, please let us know with an inquiry and we can explain the value. FAST & FREE is all you need to know! Please do not ask us to make exceptions as we will not be able to honor your request. Sorry, we cannot accept credit cards on any international orders. Other than the following exceptions (see below) all store items qualify for 30-day return privilege with no questions asked. Note: There is no need to let us know in advance of a return, as long as you make the return in the time alotted. The item “1830 2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66 2.50 Early Gold Coin Wow! Amazing Grade Rarity” is in sale since Saturday, December 29, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Gold (Pre-1933)\$2.50, Quarter Eagle”. The seller is “davidlawrencerarecoins” and is located in Virginia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification Number: 84726659
  • Grade: 66
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Mint Location: Philadelphia
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Geography: United States
  • Year: 1830
  • Category: Gold Coinage
  • Series: $2.50 Early Gold (1796-1839)
  • Coinage Type: Capped bust facing left, small size
  • Years for Type: 1829-1834
  • Denomination: Gold quarter eagle
  • Mintage: 4,540
  • Designer: John Reich
  • Metal Composition: 91.67% gold; 8.33% silver & copper
  • Diameter: 18.2mm
  • Weight: 4.37g / 0.14oz
  • Edge Type: Reeded

1830 2 1/2 PCGS/CAC MS66 2.50 Early Gold Coin Wow! Amazing Grade Rarity

1908 $20 Saint Gaudens PCGS MS66 No Motto Double Eagle Gold Coin (05650528)

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1908 $20 Saint Gaudens PCGS MS66 No Motto Double Eagle Gold Coin (05650528)
1908 $20 Saint Gaudens PCGS MS66 No Motto Double Eagle Gold Coin (05650528)

1908 $20 Saint Gaudens PCGS MS66 No Motto Double Eagle Gold Coin (05650528)
The item pictured is the Exact Item you will receive. PNG Member # 590. The item “1908 $20 Saint Gaudens PCGS MS66 No Motto Double Eagle Gold Coin (05650528)” is in sale since Friday, November 17, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Gold (Pre-1933)\$20, Double Eagle”. The seller is “browardcountycoins” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Certification Number: 05650528
  • Grade: MS 66
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Mint Location: Philadelphia
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Composition: Gold
  • Year: 1908

1908 $20 Saint Gaudens PCGS MS66 No Motto Double Eagle Gold Coin (05650528)

1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66

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1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66
1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66
1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66
1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66
1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66
1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66
1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66
1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66

1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66
1924 MS66 PLUS PCGS. This coin is in a new scratch resistance holder. PCGS has laser “fingerprint” on file. The item “1924 $20 ST GAUDENS GOLD COIN PCGS MS 66 PLUS DOUBLE EAGLE. BEST GRADED MS66″ is in sale since Sunday, March 11, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Gold (Pre-1933)\$20, Double Eagle”. The seller is “everetlute_0″ and is located in Montgomery, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Year: 1924
  • Grade: MS 66 PLUS
  • Certification Number: 34101265
  • Mint Location: Philadelphia
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Composition: Gold

1924 $20 St Gaudens Gold Coin Pcgs Ms 66 Plus Double Eagle. Best Graded Ms66