A spectacular $50 1877 Half Union Pattern J-1547 PCGS gilt PR-63RB CAC, considered the second finest known, is just one of the PCGS graded featured items being offered unreserved in Kagin’s Auctions ANA National Money Show March 28-29 in Pittsburgh, PA.
Hundreds of newly certified PCGS U.S. type coins from the Centennial Collection will be sure to attract considerable attention. Not only are they new to the market, but most specimens also sport beautiful original toning and luster.
Another new-to-the-market rarity featured in the Kagin sale is one of less than two dozen known 1860 $20 Clark, Gruber, & Co. pioneer gold pieces. It is graded PCGS Genuine-Graffiti-AU Details but also displays luster and originality. Known as the iconic “Mountain Twenty” due to its popular design erroneously depicting the mountain Pike’s Peak, it has long been one of the most popular of all pioneer gold coins.
Other popular, rare, and beautiful PCGS coins featured in the sale include the only Mint State 1796 Draped Bust cent in MS-62BN, a 1937-D 3-Legged Buffalo nickel in EF-40, and a 1795 Flowing Hair half dollar in VG-10 for the average type collectors.
More advanced collectors may want to acquire the popular 1836 Gobrecht dollar J-60 in PR-40 CAC, an 1888 $3 PR-65CAM gold beauty, a 1799 $10 MS-61, or the 1907 $20 high relief in MS-65+.
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Press release courtesy of the Professional Coin Grading Service.