5/28/22 8:53 AM
Gold: $1,853.11
Silver: $22.08
Platinum: $942.22
Palladium: $2,050.16
G/S: 83.94
Pt/G: 0.51
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Upcoming Auction Highlights

  • The Midwest Summer Sale    View Lots
  • 7/22/2022 - Saint Charles Convention Center
  • See the Auction Schedule for complete details.
  • Lot #808 - 1900-S PCGS MS-65+ CAC
  • Silver Dollar-Morgan
  • 35 graded MS-65+, 150 higher at PCGS. The final three emissions from San Francisco that follow the 1900-S are all scarcer, but the present example qualifies as a condition scarcity on account of the "plus" assigned by PCGS. A rather weakly impressed representative, noticeable parallel striations remain from planchet manufacture, yet the near-perfect fields still emit gorgeous, candescent white luster. Nearly untoned and ready-made for any finer collection of gem dollars.

Previous Auction Highlights

  • The Collectors' Auction - 2021    View Lots
  • 11/5/2021 - Saint Charles Convention Center
  • Download Auction Prices Realized
  • Lot #622 - 1817 O-108a PCGS MS-62 (rattler)
  • Hammer: $15,000
  • Half Dollars-Capped Bust, Lettered Edge
  • Nicholas Jackson Collection. Overton-108a (R.4). Identification of two bold obverse die cracks immediately consummates attribution of this very scarce die-marriage. Of course, PCGS did not attribute half-dollar varieties back during the "rattler" era so there is no reliable condition census, but Overton's fifth edition lists only a single "MS-63" by die-marriage, making this coin a likely contender for any such census. Trivial pepper spots flutter across the obverse but by and large, both sides remain distraction-free and lustrous.

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Scotsman's Trading Sheet
G/S: 83.94  Pt/G: 0.51

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