Auction #1085 Lots Posted. Browse & Bid Now!

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Our Sunday Internet Auction #1085offers a fantastic selection of $20 Gold pieces available with No Reserve, a popular key date Flying Eagle rarity, a key date proof-only Morgan dollar, and a lovely $10 gold piece with copper tints. Don't miss those and other exciting PCGS, NGC, and CAC-certified pieces. In all, there’s a vast selection of over 350 New Items, featuring150 No Reserve lots and 25 Vault Value items. All lots will begin closing at 8pm EST on Sunday, October 6th. Some of the more interesting highlights from this week's sale include:

Our first highlight is an 1856 Flying Eagle 1c PCGS Proof 64 (Eagle Eye Photo Seal). Rare, original proof Flying Eagle cent with Eagle Eye Seal of Approval. Hard coin to find based on the low mintage and popularity of this first year of issue coin.

This week's second highlight is an 1895 $1 NGC Proof 62. The 1895 is generally considered the set-stopping date to a complete Morgan set. Mintage of only 880 coins and no business strikes were issued of this date making it especially desirable for collectors. Frosty mirrors with a light golden tint, this piece is perfect for the advanced Morgan collector.

The final highlight coin is a 1799 $10 PCGS AU50 (Small Stars Obverse, BD-7). A truly beautiful example of an early Capped Bust eagle, this piece has light touches of wear on the high points and is CAC approved for quality. A real treasure from the celebrated Anthony J. Taraszka Collection.

Of course there are many other highlights, so be sure to browse all lots in this exciting new sale before it closes on Sunday, October 6th.

If you have any questions about coins in our auctions, or items for direct purchase, please call us at 800-776-0560, or send an email and we will get back to you immediately.

Thanks for browsing our inventory and participating in our auction!

Sincerely,
The David Lawrence Numismatic Team

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Buyers, seller and auctioneer of U.S. rare coins certified by PCGS, NGC and CAC.

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