Coins Certified as of 1/19

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The Stellar-Morelan specimen. Sharply struck and wonderfully lustrous, with full cartwheels front and back. A blush of dusky toning over white silvery surfaces. A tick or two do not detract.

The Boston-Morelan specimen. Held for nearly two centuries in a Boston area family's collection. Famed dollar collector Jack Lee once called this the "only early dollar in true unc" than he had seen. It is wonderfully original with full flowing lu...

The Fairfield-Morelan specimen. This is an old time gem with a classic look. The surfaces are nearly perfect with beautiful multicolored toning and luster about the edges.

Full, flowing cartwheel luster with fairly clean surfaces overlayed with beautiful, original toning. This coin's main flaw is a series of light friction lines on Liberty's cheek ...and there is some debate as to whether or not those are enough to pr...

The Green-Newman-Morelan specimen. Beautiful, flashy obverse with multicolored toning over prooflike surfaces. The devices are nicely frosty, as is the reverse. A small unfortunate scratch in front of Liberty's face prevents a gem classification.

The Green-Newman-Morelan specimen. This coin is an amazing gem with velvety mint frost on the devices and full cartwheel luster under variable golden and rainbow toning. A few ticks hardly distract from the amazing eye appeal of this finest known e...
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