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Rare Modern Eagles Attracting Higher Prices

March 7, 2016

     Another week and another major coin show; this one was in Dallas for the ANA where Heritage Auctions hosted the official sale. There were plenty of top grade rarities available including the 1805 Draped Bust Dime with 4 Berries in PCGS MS66+ and approved by CAC. This coin brought $58,750 which was well above the current Market price of $31,500. There are only five coins certified in MS66 and just two in MS67.

1805 Draped Bust Dime 4 Berries PCGS MS66+ CAC

1805 Draped Bust Dime 4 Berries PCGS MS66+ CAC sold for $58,750 at the Heritage Auctions ANA U.S. Coins Signature Auction in Dallas, Texas, March 3-6, 2016

     Another noteworthy rarity sold was the 1842 Seated Quarter No Motto in NGC PR64 Cameo. There are currently only six known coins with just two grading higher; this coin brought $88,125. Below are some of the other highlights from the ANA Heritage Sale.

1842 Seated Quarter No Motto in NGC PR64 Cameo

1842 Seated Quarter No Motto in NGC PR64 Cameo sold for $88,125 at the Heritage Auctions ANA U.S. Coins Signature Auction in Dallas, Texas, March 3-6, 2016

Date/DenominationGradePrice Realized
1794 Half CentPCGS MS60 BN$15,275
1794 Large Cent Head of 1794PCGS MS62 BN$15,275
1914 D Lincoln CentNGC MS66 Red$31,725
1867 Shield Nickel w/RaysNGC PR65$27,025
1795 Half DimePCGS MS65$31,725
1800 Half Dime LIBEKTYPCGS MS65+ CAC$45,825
1927 D Mercury DimePCGS MS65 FB$11,163
1876 Twenty CentNGC PR68$23,500
1918 D Standing Liberty QuarterPCGS MS66 FH CAC$23,500
1831 Bust HalfPCGS MS65 CAC$16,450
1928 S Walking Liberty HalfPCGS MS65$11,750
1802 Bust Dollar NGC MS64$64,625
1860 Seated DollarPCGS MS65 CAC$50,525
1889 CC Morgan DollarPCGS MS63 P/L$58,750
1855 $1 Gold TIINGC MS65$25,850
1811 $5 GoldPCGS MS64$32,900
1929 $5 Gold IndianNGC MS62$35,250
1867 $10 GoldPCGS MS61$36,425
1862 $20 goldNGC AU58$28,200
1920 S $20 Gold St. GaudensNGC AU58$32,900

     With the metals getting stronger over the last few weeks, more and more dealers are concentrating on modern bullion coins. This is good news for the United States Mint, with an increasing number of sales for Silver and Gold Eagles to an expanding dealer and investor base who are confident that bullion levels will continue to rise. Gold is up to $1,267 an ounce and Silver is now at $15.62. One ounce Proof Gold Eagles in the OGP are trading at $1,542, while the one ounce Proof Silver Eagles are up to $49.25 each. Bags of 90% Silver coins are selling at $12,900 and circulated Silver Dollars in VG and higher are now at $23,625 per bag of 1,000.

     The adjustments are minimal in this week’s Moderns Wholesale Market Dealer Price Guide as most of the common coins remained unchanged. However, we continue to find higher prices for specific MS70 and PR70 Silver and Gold Eagles. These low population coins are a major draw to collectors looking for the finest in today’s minted coins. The 1989 $25 and $50 Gold in MS70 are both higher at $7,250 and $15,000 Market, respectively. Also moving higher is the 1990 $10 Gold in MS70, now at $19,250 Market. Check out the other advances in the Modern Eagles chart.









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