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COINS~GOLD~8 piece US Type Set~Matched PCGS MS 63~with Slab Display Cases For Sale


COINS~GOLD~8 piece US Type Set~Matched PCGS MS 63~with Slab Display Cases



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COINS~GOLD~8 piece US Type Set~Matched PCGS MS 63~with Slab Display Cases:
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This is a reserve sale. The sale starting price for the set has been established somewhere between the current PCGS Price Guide for MS-63 coins of that specific date/mintmark and type, and the Coin World Trends (you can find out this info by signing up at the Heritage website [www.ha.com] for a free account).

I believe that this is a fair starting point price for a set of this quality, and it would give the new owner a built-in margin of value and near-term appreciation considering that physical gold prices are again on the rise.

If your intent is to offer based upon the sets’ bullion value you will be disappointed, as bullion value is nowhere near the numismatic value and Reserve Starting Price.

If you have access, PCGS CoinFacts will show the best of their MS graded coins so that you can compare that image with what is contained in this set and judge for yourself—a free 10-day trial can be selected at www.pcgscoinfacts.com.

RESERVE sale

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Ctrl-Click the following link for High Resolution Images of all 8 : http://img.gg/UKERNb0

If this is such a good set why am I selling it?

It was 2009 when gold started to rise in value. I was a few years away from retirement—I am now retired—and I began to think about another way to both save and invest for appreciation, and also enjoy something as a hobby or avocation. I started to purchase mostly pre-1933 U.S. RAW gold coins on the internet.

Sometimes, what I received did not look as good in hand as when it was pictured in the listing. I did receive an increase in value as gold rose, but I still wanted the coin to have a numismatic value above bullion value. To give some assurance that what I had bought, and what I would buy in the future, could be evaluated based upon an accepted industry benchmark, I had searched out and found one of the coin industries leading dealers and had them put together a REFERENCE Type Set of PCGS-Graded U.S. Gold Coins for me. This set was not inexpensive at the time, but paying many thousands more for gem grade coins was not warranted either as this set is more than sufficient to show how a well-preserved, well-struck, lustrous, with good eye appeal gold coin should look. The dates and mintmark are mostly common, but they were chosen because common date SOLID FOR THE GRADE coins could be had for a more reasonable cost.

If you are interested in the $2-1/2 and $5 Indian series, you will understand that this series is probably the most difficult U.S. coin type to accurately grade because of the sunken relief design. Coins that may visually look good on the details often get knocked down to AU58 to MS-61 because of marks in the fields and poor luster. Knowing what a properly graded Indian should look like could be worth hundreds to thousands of dollars per coin, as many of these offered in sale sell for little above bullion value!

Since I purchased this set, I have acquired many other gold issues—some slabbed—that duplicate the type, and are of a higher grade—SO I NO LONGER NEED THIS SET AS A REFERENCE. I would like to use the proceeds of the Reserve sale for current expenses.

DESCRIPTION & GRADING REFERENCES

Type/Date/Mint Mark/Slabbed

Visual Description

Original Mintage

PCGS Population in MS-63 Grade

PCGS Grading Criteria for MS-63

Coin World’s Making the Grade Comprehensive Grading Guide for U.S. Coins MS-63 Criteria

1907 $2-1/2 Coronet (Liberty) Slabbed Before 03/2002

Variegated Green-Yellow & Copper Gold. Sharp Strike, Satiny Luster.

336,294

2,676

NOTE 1

NOTE 2

1927 $2-1/2 Indian Slabbed between 11/2004 to 06/2005

Variegated Green-Yellow & Copper Gold. Well Struck, Frosty Luster, Minimal Abrasions in Fields.

388,000

2,793

NOTE 1

NOTE 3

1906 $5 Coronet (Liberty) Slabbed between 11/2004 to 06/2005

Variegated Green-Yellow & Copper Gold. Good Strike, Satiny Luster.

348,735

392

NOTE 1

NOTE 4

1909-D $5 Indian Slabbed between 11/2004 to 06/2005

Variegated Copper & Green-yellow Gold. Well Struck, Frosty Luster, Filled “D” Mintmark, Minimal Abrasions in Fields.

3,423,560

9,747

NOTE 1

NOTE 5

1894 $10 Liberty Slabbed between 11/2004 to 06/2005

Variegated Green-yellow & Copper Gold. Good Strike, Frosty Luster.

2,470,778

260

NOTE 1

NOTE 6

1932 $10 Indian Slabbed between 11/2004 to 06/2005

Variegated Green-Yellow & Copper Gold. Well Struck Obverse, frosty Luster.

4,423,560

18,914

NOTE 1

NOTE 7

1904 $20 Liberty Slabbed between 11/2004 to 06/2005

Variegated Green-Yellow Gold. Well Struck, Satiny Luster.

6,256,699

54,651

NOTE 1

NOTE 8

1928 $20 Saint Gaudens Slabbed between 11/2004 to 06/2005

Variegated Copper & Yellow-Green Gold. Very Sharp Strike, Frosty Luster.

8,816,000

12,922

NOTE 1

NOTE 9

NOTE 1 “Moderate number/size marks/hairlines, strike may not be full”. It is my opinion that each of these 8 coins is BETTER than this PCGS generic Grading Standard. PCGS MS-63+ would be: “Moderate number/size marks/hairlines, strike will be close to average. Good eye appeal for grade”. PCGS MS-64 would be: “Few marks/hairlines or a couple of severe ones, strike should be average or above”.

NOTE 2 “No wear, uncirculated. May have minor distracting contact marks or minor blemishes. Luster may be original or slightly impaired. Attractive and appealing to the eye”.

NOTE 3 “No wear. Uncirculated. May have minor distracting contact marks or minor blemishes. Luster may be original or slightly impaired. Attractive and appealing to the eye”.

NOTE 4 “Uncirculated. Slight impairment of mint luster detectable. A few scattered heavy marks and numerous small contact marks permitted. Small hairline scratches visible without magnification. Several scuff marks or detracting defects may be present on design elements or in the fields. General quality of the coin is about average. Overall, the coin is rather attractive”.

NOTE 5 “Uncirculated, no trace of wear. May have a few distracting contact marks in the prime focal areas. May have a few scattered or a small patch of hairline scratches. Luster may be slightly impaired or original. Coin is generally attractive”.

NOTE 6 ”No wear. Uncirculated. May have minor distracting contact marks or minor blemishes. Luster may be original or slightly impaired. Attractive and appealing to the eye”.

NOTE 7 Uncirculated. Slight impairment of mint luster detectible. A few scattered heavy marks and numerous small contact marks permitted. Small hairline scratches visible without magnification. Several scuff marks or detracting defects may be present on design elements or in the fields. General quality of the coin is about average. Overall, the coin is rather attractive”.

NOTE 8 Uncirculated. Slight impairment of mint luster detectible. A few scattered heavy marks and numerous small contact marks permitted. Small hairline scratches visible without magnification. Several scuff marks or detracting defects may be present on design elements or in the fields. General quality of the coin is about average. Overall, the coin is rather attractive”.

NOTE 9 “Uncirculated, no trace of wear. May have a few distracting contact marks in the prime focal areas. May have a few scattered or a small patch of hairline scratches. Luster may be slightly impaired or original. Coin is generally attractive”.

GENERAL The Obverse of a coin is given the most weight in determining the grade. The Reverse may affect the grade that would normally be given the coin by either adding to, or subtracting from, the Obverse grade because of surface preservation, strike, luster, or eye-appeal enhancements or issues. For “Making the Grade” guidelines, the grading is weighted 60/40 (Obverse/Reverse), with Surface Preservation accounting for 40%; Strike 20%; Luster 20%; and Eye-Appeal 20%.

From the criteria specified in NOTES 2 thru 9, it is my belief that all 8 coins meet or surpass the “Making the Grade” guidelines for MS-63, and therefore should be candidates for upgrade by ½ to 1 point if resubmitted to PCGS for their “Reconsideration Service”.

BUYER is responsible for all customs and currency exchange charges. Please check with your local customs/postal authorities for any import or mailing restrictions prior to offerding on the item.

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PLEASE LEAVE POSITIVE response IF YOU ARE SATISFIED WITH THE TRANSACTION, AND I WILL DO THE SAME FOR YOU. Thank you in advance.

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