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October 17, 2014

COIN OF THE WEEK

1803 $10 GOLD, SMALL STARS REVERSE
PCGS MS63

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1865 $20 Brother Jonathan PCGS MS63

1803 $10 Gold, Small Stars Reverse, PCGS MS63 - $75,000.00

1803 $10 PCGS MS63 Small Stars Reverse, BD-3. A High Grade, Sharply Struck Example Of This Popular Early Type. 1803 Eagle Small Stars Reverse MS63 PCGS. Breen-6844, Taraszka-28, BD-3, R.4. The 1803 Capped Bust Right, Heraldic Eagle ten dollar gold piece boasts a small mintage. Six different die varieties are known for this issue, with one obverse die used in all six marriages.

Please contact me by email or telephone 1-800-624-1870 to reserve this great coin.

The reverse die used for BD-3 is characterized by the position of the eagle's beak nearly touching the star below its point, and the right foot of E in STATES positioned over a cloud space.Mint State 1803 eagles are rarities, even the "common" varieties. This specimen is not one of the common varieties.

It is an R-4 specimen.Die marriages were of little interest to collectors of the 19th century, and catalogers seldom differentiated between varieties in their lot descriptions. Numismatists became more conscious of these important differences in the early part of the 20th century, and auction catalogs began to describe the small stars reverse in basic detail. In the Stickney Collection (Henry Chapman, 6/1907), lot 623, an 1803 eagle is described: "1803 R. Small stars. Extremely fine. Mint lustre. See plate." The coin sold for $25, a good price at the time.

The present coin is sharply struck, with complete detail on the feathers on the eagle's breast. The surfaces display bright, satiny luster, with attractive reddish patina on each side. A few light obverse abrasions can be detected with a loupe. Rarity, historic interest, and strong visual appeal combine to make this offering an important opportunity for the early gold specialist.


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NEW COINS ADDED - (The week of 10/17/2014)


1849-C G$1 PCGS MS60

1853-D G$1 NGC MS63

1850-O Gold $1 PCGS MS61

1852-C Gold $1 PCGS MS61

1855-D Gold $1 NGC AU58

1853-D Gold $1 PCGS MS62

1853-D Gold $1 NGC MS63

1855-C Gold $1 PCGS AU53

1855-C Gold $1 NGC AU58

1855-C Gold $1 NGC MS61

1855-C Gold $1 NGC MS62

1855-D Gold $1 NGC AU58

1858-D Gold $1 NGC MS63

1859-C Gold $1 NGC MS61

1860-D Gold $1 NGC AU58+

1863 Gold $1 PCGS AU55

1864 Gold $1 PCGS PF64 DCAM

1862 Gold $1 NGC PF65 CAMEO

1865 Gold $1 ANACS MS61

1867 Gold $1 NGC PF66 CAMEO

1870-S Gold $1 NGC MS65

1873 Gold $1 NGC PF65 CAMEO

1876 Gold $1 NGC PF65 ULTRA CAMEO

1878 Gold $1 PCGS MS66 CAC

1858 $3 PCGS AU58

1884-CC $20 NGC XF40

1887 $2.5 NGC MS64 PL

1909-O $5 NGC AU53

1913-S $5 Indian NGC MS63

1911-D $10 Indian PCGS AU53

Very Truly Yours,

Tom Pilitowski
www.usrarecoininvestments.com
Toll Free:
1-800-624-1870
Email: TomPilitowski@yahoo.com


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