krubin's Coin Album

1839 10C No Drapery VF25 PCGS #4571

Why is this coin in the set? F-104a R6 Cracked Obverse. Nearly terminal die state. A cherry pick!

1839 10C No Drapery VF25 PCGS #4571

Why is this coin in the set? F-104a R6 Cracked Obverse. Nearly terminal die state. A cherry pick!

1851-O 10C AU50 PCGS #4596

New F-101a variety and plate coin in Gerry Fortin's Seated Dime web book! There are remnants of the S7. The star appear to be missing. It was struck through debris/grease.

1851-O 10C AU50 PCGS #4596

New F-101a variety and plate coin in Gerry Fortin's Seated Dime web book! There are remnants of the S7. The star appear to be missing. It was struck through debris/grease.

1884-S 10C XF45 PCGS #4693

A nice toner. The scratches near head and breast are on the holder.

1884-S 10C XF45 PCGS #4693

A nice toner. The scratches near head and breast are on the holder.

1884-S 10C XF45 PCGS #4693

A nice toner. The scratches near head and breast are on the holder.

1865-S $5 AU50 PCGS #8299

Though this coin is graded AU-50, due to the luster, color and lack of abrasions this coin has more eye appeal than many higher end AUs. There are only 14 coins finer at PCGS, with 66 total. There are 2 PCGS Uncs! The 1865-s has the second lowest average grade of any Liberty $5.00. It is exciting that this coin has a pedigree of Harry Bass JR and D.L.. Hansen! Harry Bass JR. has donated the funds for a gallery at the ANA museum for his gold! There is a beautiful presentation of the gallery, by the amazing Jeff Garrett: https://www.money.org/money-museum/Harry-W-Bass-Gallery

1865-S $5 AU50 PCGS #8299

Though this coin is graded AU-50, due to the luster, color and lack of abrasions this coin has more eye appeal than many higher end AUs. There are only 14 coins finer at PCGS, with 66 total. There are 2 PCGS Uncs! The 1865-s has the second lowest average grade of any Liberty $5.00. It is exciting that this coin has a pedigree of Harry Bass JR and D.L.. Hansen! Harry Bass JR. has donated the funds for a gallery at the ANA museum for his gold! There is a beautiful presentation of the gallery, by the amazing Jeff Garrett: https://www.money.org/money-museum/Harry-W-Bass-Gallery

1865-S $5 AU50 PCGS #8299

Though this coin is graded AU-50, due to the luster, color and lack of abrasions this coin has more eye appeal than many higher end AUs. There are only 14 coins finer at PCGS, with 66 total. There are 2 PCGS Uncs! The 1865-s has the second lowest average grade of any Liberty $5.00. It is exciting that this coin has a pedigree of Harry Bass JR and D.L.. Hansen! Harry Bass JR. has donated the funds for a gallery at the ANA museum for his gold! There is a beautiful presentation of the gallery, by the amazing Jeff Garrett: https://www.money.org/money-museum/Harry-W-Bass-Gallery

1872 $5 AU55 PCGS #8325

Due to the low 1660 mintage, one can see prooflike surfaces around the date and devices. The total pop at PCGS is 31, with 8 coins finer. There are 6 Uncs graded at PCGS. This seems to be a very undervalued issue!

1872 $5 AU55 PCGS #8325

Due to the low 1660 mintage, one can see prooflike surfaces around the date and devices. The total pop at PCGS is 31, with 8 coins finer. There are 6 Uncs graded at PCGS. This seems to be a very undervalued issue!

1872 $5 AU55 PCGS #8325

Due to the low 1660 mintage, one can see prooflike surfaces around the date and devices. The total pop at PCGS is 31, with 8 coins finer. There are 6 Uncs graded at PCGS. This seems to be a very undervalued issue!

1872 $5 AU55 PCGS #8325

Due to the low 1660 mintage, one can see prooflike surfaces around the date and devices. The total pop at PCGS is 31, with 8 coins finer. There are 6 Uncs graded at PCGS. This seems to be a very undervalued issue!