PCGS Newsletter
November 17, 2015 | Vol 15 Issue 23
In This Issue
  • Article:
  • A Tale of Two Coins – the Lord St. Oswald 1794 Silver Dollars
  • Article:
  • Important New CoinFlation.com Feature
  • Video:
  • Strike Part II, Quarters & Half Dollars – Grading 102: Qualifiers
  • Video:
  • David Hall’s Rare Coin Market Report
  • Survey:
  • Which Classic 1916 Coin Features Your Favorite Design?
    A Tale of Two Coins – the Lord St. Oswald 1794 Silver Dollars
    by Ron Guth

    In part III of his Lord St. Oswald ’Where Are They Now’ series, Ron Guth investigates the differing paths of the two 1794 Silver Dollars sold in Christie’s 1964 auction. Today, one enjoys a historic pedigree while the other recently sold for twenty times its last auction appearance.

    1913 10C PCGS PR67+

    Deeply mirrored with both sides having a gorgeous swirling mix of totally original pale purple, gold, lilac, blue and aqua green colors. Only 450 pieces were minted with the PCGS Pop at only 5. The last record sold for $5,463. Legend has this rare coin at an amazing price.

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    Attention Silver Buyers – Important New CoinFlation.com Feature
    by Mike Sherman

    There is almost always a premium for silver over melt value. Consequently, anyone looking to purchase or sell silver coins has not been able to get an accurate picture of the real physical market due to the fluctuation in the premium...until now!

    Over $5 Million Realized for U.S. Coins in Baltimore

    An incredible 1879 $4 Flowing Hair Stella certified Proof-65+ by PCGS realized an impressive $188,000 to lead all prices realized at the Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official Auction of the Whitman Coins & Collectibles Baltimore Expo.

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    Strike Part II, Quarters & Half Dollars – Grading 102: Qualifiers

    PCGS Director of Education Mike Sherman explains in full detail the ’Full Head’ designation on Standing Liberty Quarters and the ’Full Bell Line’ designation on Franklin Half Dollars.

    Legend Auctions’ Nearly 500-lot sale for Preview

    Amazing coins like this 1800 Half Cent C-1 PCGS MS64RB from the Missouri Cabinet Collection will be featured in Legend Auctions’ December 17th Regency Auction XV at the Venetian, Las Vegas. Complete lot list with pedigrees are now posted.

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    Tools & Techniques of Grading

    David Hall’s Rare Coin Market Report

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    Which classic 1916 coin features your favorite design?
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    • Standing Liberty Quarter
    • Walking Liberty Half Dollar
    • I can’t pick a favorite – I love them all
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    Last issue's winner of a PCGS Polo Shirt: Brendon Davis

    NEW IMAGES: PCGS #6851 (MS) 1794 $1 See All >
    NEW NARRATIVES: Ron Guth wrote about the 1844-O $10, BM See All >
    NEW CENSUS: Condition Census for 1866 H10C See All >
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