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1878 CC $1 Morgan Dollar PCGS MS 66+ Uncirculated Toned Beauty

West Coast Coins

1878 CC $1 Morgan Dollar PCGS MS 66+ Uncirculated Toned Beauty A stunning 1878 CC silver Morgan dollar graded MS-66+ by PCGS. This coin has beautiful colorful toning throughout the entire obverse with a hint of attractive toning carried onto the rim of the reverse. By far the nicest 1878 CC Morgan dollar we have owned with excellent eye appeal. Only 1 in stock! Buy now ...

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Scarce classic head half cent 1809/6 1/2c PCGS AU53

Scarce classic head half cent 1809/6 1/2c PCGS AU53 Category: Early Copper Series: Half Cents Type: Classic Head Years for Type: 1809-1836 Strike: Business Denomination: Half Cent Mint Location: Philadelphia Designer: John Reich Composition: Copper Weight: 5.44g Edge Type: Plain Edge Mintage: 1,154,572 Degree of Toning: 5/10 Only 1 available! Buy ...

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Rare 1791 Liverpool Halfpenny - PCGS AU55

1791 Liverpool Halfpenny - PCGS AU55 PCGS Price Guide...$5000 Check/Wire Price: $4,414.64 Buy now while it's still available Mintage...Unknown. Baker-17, Musante GW-19, W-10650. Rarity-6. Copper. Lettered Edge. Glossy medium copper surfaces reveal tinges of lighter reddish-brown patina in isolated areas. Sharing the same obverse die as the 1791 Washington Large Eagle cents, the Liverpool halfpenny is part of a large series of tokens that ...

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PCGS graded Gold Medal Coronation of Shah MS63

Daniel Jolliet Sarl

Gold medal for the coronation of the Shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi SH1346, 1966, Iran      Country: Iran      Year: 1966      Grading Service: PCGS      Quality: MS63      Metal: Gold      Weight in gr: 35      Order here ...

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Graded vs Ungraded , Which Do You Prefer?

TrustedPMDealers

If you own a coin that you genuinely believe is of substantial value, then it is worth taking the time and money to have it certified, especially if you are interested in selling it in the future and want to realise its full potential. In the past, coin grading was a vague process and coins were categorized as good, fine, or uncirculated. As time went on, it became evident that a clearly defined and internationally accepted grading system needed to be ...

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