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1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS #8922

2010 August Boston, MA Signature Auction 1143 - Lot 3567 - 1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS. This twenty is not specifically attributed to the S.S. Central America, but there are few other logical origins for an MS65 example of this famous Type One issue. The color, too, is similar to many of the better Central America coins, bold sun-yellow with orange overtones that are strongest at the margins. The central detail is impressive, and only a couple of the stars show softness. The scattered wispy marks visible on the obverse are entirely grade-consistent, and an abrasion to the left of Liberty's nose is the only flaw warranting individual mention.

1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS #8922

2010 August Boston, MA Signature Auction 1143 - Lot 3567 - 1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS. This twenty is not specifically attributed to the S.S. Central America, but there are few other logical origins for an MS65 example of this famous Type One issue. The color, too, is similar to many of the better Central America coins, bold sun-yellow with orange overtones that are strongest at the margins. The central detail is impressive, and only a couple of the stars show softness. The scattered wispy marks visible on the obverse are entirely grade-consistent, and an abrasion to the left of Liberty's nose is the only flaw warranting individual mention.

1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS #8922

2010 August Boston, MA Signature Auction 1143 - Lot 3567 - 1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS. This twenty is not specifically attributed to the S.S. Central America, but there are few other logical origins for an MS65 example of this famous Type One issue. The color, too, is similar to many of the better Central America coins, bold sun-yellow with orange overtones that are strongest at the margins. The central detail is impressive, and only a couple of the stars show softness. The scattered wispy marks visible on the obverse are entirely grade-consistent, and an abrasion to the left of Liberty's nose is the only flaw warranting individual mention.

1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS #8922

2010 August Boston, MA Signature Auction 1143 - Lot 3567 - 1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS. This twenty is not specifically attributed to the S.S. Central America, but there are few other logical origins for an MS65 example of this famous Type One issue. The color, too, is similar to many of the better Central America coins, bold sun-yellow with orange overtones that are strongest at the margins. The central detail is impressive, and only a couple of the stars show softness. The scattered wispy marks visible on the obverse are entirely grade-consistent, and an abrasion to the left of Liberty's nose is the only flaw warranting individual mention.

1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS #8922

2010 August Boston, MA Signature Auction 1143 - Lot 3567 - 1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS. This twenty is not specifically attributed to the S.S. Central America, but there are few other logical origins for an MS65 example of this famous Type One issue. The color, too, is similar to many of the better Central America coins, bold sun-yellow with orange overtones that are strongest at the margins. The central detail is impressive, and only a couple of the stars show softness. The scattered wispy marks visible on the obverse are entirely grade-consistent, and an abrasion to the left of Liberty's nose is the only flaw warranting individual mention.

1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS #8922

2010 August Boston, MA Signature Auction 1143 - Lot 3567 - 1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS. This twenty is not specifically attributed to the S.S. Central America, but there are few other logical origins for an MS65 example of this famous Type One issue. The color, too, is similar to many of the better Central America coins, bold sun-yellow with orange overtones that are strongest at the margins. The central detail is impressive, and only a couple of the stars show softness. The scattered wispy marks visible on the obverse are entirely grade-consistent, and an abrasion to the left of Liberty's nose is the only flaw warranting individual mention.

1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS #8922

2010 August Boston, MA Signature Auction 1143 - Lot 3567 - 1857-S $20 MS65 PCGS. This twenty is not specifically attributed to the S.S. Central America, but there are few other logical origins for an MS65 example of this famous Type One issue. The color, too, is similar to many of the better Central America coins, bold sun-yellow with orange overtones that are strongest at the margins. The central detail is impressive, and only a couple of the stars show softness. The scattered wispy marks visible on the obverse are entirely grade-consistent, and an abrasion to the left of Liberty's nose is the only flaw warranting individual mention.

1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS #8978

2010 October Stamford Coinfest Signature US Coin Auction - 1145 - Lot 5026 - 1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS. CAC. The centennial year for America marked the end of the Type Two double eagles, as the 1877 issues had the denomination spelled out TWENTY DOLLARS instead. This is a boldly lustrous MS62 example, yellow-gold with an assortment of marks. Intriguingly, the depression behind Liberty's head has natural luster flow with the rest of the coin, suggesting a planchet flaw rather than a post-striking abrasion.

1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS #8978

2010 October Stamford Coinfest Signature US Coin Auction - 1145 - Lot 5026 - 1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS. CAC. The centennial year for America marked the end of the Type Two double eagles, as the 1877 issues had the denomination spelled out TWENTY DOLLARS instead. This is a boldly lustrous MS62 example, yellow-gold with an assortment of marks. Intriguingly, the depression behind Liberty's head has natural luster flow with the rest of the coin, suggesting a planchet flaw rather than a post-striking abrasion.

1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS #8978

2010 October Stamford Coinfest Signature US Coin Auction - 1145 - Lot 5026 - 1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS. CAC. The centennial year for America marked the end of the Type Two double eagles, as the 1877 issues had the denomination spelled out TWENTY DOLLARS instead. This is a boldly lustrous MS62 example, yellow-gold with an assortment of marks. Intriguingly, the depression behind Liberty's head has natural luster flow with the rest of the coin, suggesting a planchet flaw rather than a post-striking abrasion.

1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS #8978

2010 October Stamford Coinfest Signature US Coin Auction - 1145 - Lot 5026 - 1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS. CAC. The centennial year for America marked the end of the Type Two double eagles, as the 1877 issues had the denomination spelled out TWENTY DOLLARS instead. This is a boldly lustrous MS62 example, yellow-gold with an assortment of marks. Intriguingly, the depression behind Liberty's head has natural luster flow with the rest of the coin, suggesting a planchet flaw rather than a post-striking abrasion.

1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS #8978

2010 October Stamford Coinfest Signature US Coin Auction - 1145 - Lot 5026 - 1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS. CAC. The centennial year for America marked the end of the Type Two double eagles, as the 1877 issues had the denomination spelled out TWENTY DOLLARS instead. This is a boldly lustrous MS62 example, yellow-gold with an assortment of marks. Intriguingly, the depression behind Liberty's head has natural luster flow with the rest of the coin, suggesting a planchet flaw rather than a post-striking abrasion.

1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS #8978

2010 October Stamford Coinfest Signature US Coin Auction - 1145 - Lot 5026 - 1876-S $20 MS62 PCGS. CAC. The centennial year for America marked the end of the Type Two double eagles, as the 1877 issues had the denomination spelled out TWENTY DOLLARS instead. This is a boldly lustrous MS62 example, yellow-gold with an assortment of marks. Intriguingly, the depression behind Liberty's head has natural luster flow with the rest of the coin, suggesting a planchet flaw rather than a post-striking abrasion.

1898-S $20 MS64 PCGS #9034

2009 May Long Beach, CA Signature US Coin Auction #1125 - Lot 1972

1898-S $20 MS64 PCGS #9034

2009 May Long Beach, CA Signature US Coin Auction #1125 - Lot 1972

1908 $20 No Motto MS67 PCGS #99142

2011 January Tampa FUN Signature US Coin Auction 1151 Lot 7454 - 1908 $20 No Motto, Wells Fargo Nevada - Short rays obverse. The famous "Wells Fargo" hoard of 1908 No Motto twenties made the date accessible to a wide range of type collectors. For those whose taste runs to Superb Gem levels, this is a wonderful selection. Rich yellow-to-orange luster surrounds well-defined devices that are just as well-preserved as the fields

1908 $20 No Motto MS67 PCGS #99142

2011 January Tampa FUN Signature US Coin Auction 1151 Lot 7454 - 1908 $20 No Motto, Wells Fargo Nevada - Short rays obverse. The famous "Wells Fargo" hoard of 1908 No Motto twenties made the date accessible to a wide range of type collectors. For those whose taste runs to Superb Gem levels, this is a wonderful selection. Rich yellow-to-orange luster surrounds well-defined devices that are just as well-preserved as the fields

1908 $20 No Motto MS67 PCGS #99142

2011 January Tampa FUN Signature US Coin Auction 1151 Lot 7454 - 1908 $20 No Motto, Wells Fargo Nevada - Short rays obverse. The famous "Wells Fargo" hoard of 1908 No Motto twenties made the date accessible to a wide range of type collectors. For those whose taste runs to Superb Gem levels, this is a wonderful selection. Rich yellow-to-orange luster surrounds well-defined devices that are just as well-preserved as the fields

1908 $20 No Motto MS67 PCGS #99142

2011 January Tampa FUN Signature US Coin Auction 1151 Lot 7454 - 1908 $20 No Motto, Wells Fargo Nevada - Short rays obverse. The famous "Wells Fargo" hoard of 1908 No Motto twenties made the date accessible to a wide range of type collectors. For those whose taste runs to Superb Gem levels, this is a wonderful selection. Rich yellow-to-orange luster surrounds well-defined devices that are just as well-preserved as the fields

1908 $20 No Motto MS67 PCGS #99142

2011 January Tampa FUN Signature US Coin Auction 1151 Lot 7454 - 1908 $20 No Motto, Wells Fargo Nevada - Short rays obverse. The famous "Wells Fargo" hoard of 1908 No Motto twenties made the date accessible to a wide range of type collectors. For those whose taste runs to Superb Gem levels, this is a wonderful selection. Rich yellow-to-orange luster surrounds well-defined devices that are just as well-preserved as the fields

1908 $20 No Motto MS67 PCGS #99142

2011 January Tampa FUN Signature US Coin Auction 1151 Lot 7454 - 1908 $20 No Motto, Wells Fargo Nevada - Short rays obverse. The famous "Wells Fargo" hoard of 1908 No Motto twenties made the date accessible to a wide range of type collectors. For those whose taste runs to Superb Gem levels, this is a wonderful selection. Rich yellow-to-orange luster surrounds well-defined devices that are just as well-preserved as the fields

1928 $20 MS66 PCGS #9189

2010 April-May Milwaukee, WI CSNS US Coin Auction #1139 Lot- 4087 Ex: Jay Brahin and Dr. Steven Duckor This well-pedigreed lemon-gold Premium Gem is sharply struck and thoroughly lustrous. Best of all, it has only a fraction of the marks that accompany the typical Uncirculated 1928.

1928 $20 MS66 PCGS #9189

2010 April-May Milwaukee, WI CSNS US Coin Auction #1139 Lot- 4087 Ex: Jay Brahin and Dr. Steven Duckor This well-pedigreed lemon-gold Premium Gem is sharply struck and thoroughly lustrous. Best of all, it has only a fraction of the marks that accompany the typical Uncirculated 1928.

1928 $20 MS66 PCGS #9189

2010 April-May Milwaukee, WI CSNS US Coin Auction #1139 Lot- 4087 Ex: Jay Brahin and Dr. Steven Duckor This well-pedigreed lemon-gold Premium Gem is sharply struck and thoroughly lustrous. Best of all, it has only a fraction of the marks that accompany the typical Uncirculated 1928.

1928 $20 MS66 PCGS #9189

2010 April-May Milwaukee, WI CSNS US Coin Auction #1139 Lot- 4087 Ex: Jay Brahin and Dr. Steven Duckor This well-pedigreed lemon-gold Premium Gem is sharply struck and thoroughly lustrous. Best of all, it has only a fraction of the marks that accompany the typical Uncirculated 1928.