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1888 Congo Free State 2 Centimes MS65BN

Price: $54.95

Grade: 65 BN
Catalog #: KM-2

Description: A spot free coin with full lustre and some mint red remaining in the devices. A nice type coin for this short lived country.

1898 Ceylon 1/4 Cent MS66BN

Price: $34.95

Grade: 66 BN
Catalog #: KM-90

Description: A lustrous brown, fully struck coin without any marks or spots.

1852 L2 Upper Canada Penny AU58RB

Price: $149.95

Grade: 58 RB
Catalog #: Charlton-PC6B5

Description: KM-Tn3; Large 2, coin alignment; An eye appealing coin with 15-20% red lustre remaining on semi-prooflike blue-brown fields that make the coin look unc. A glass shows some wear though.

1928 Canada Five Cents AU50

Price: $22.50

Grade: 50
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Description: Nice remaining lustre.

1928 Canada Five Cents AU50

Price: $27.50

Grade: 50
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Description: Lustrous, problem free.

1924 Canada Five Cents EF45

Price: $6.50

Grade: 45
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Description: Lots of emaining lustre for grade.

1904 Canada Five Cents EF40

Price: $15.00

Grade: 40
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Description: Traces of blue at reverse rims.

1952 Libya 2 Millimes MS66RD

Price: $14.95

Grade: 66 RD
Catalog #: KM-2

Description: A basically full red coin but for some blue spotty toning. Fully struck and booming lustre.

1922 Latvia 10 Santimi AU55

Price: $7.50

Grade: 55
Catalog #: KM-4

Description: A one year type with nice lustre on the obverse, muted on the reverse.

1922 Latvia 50 Santimi AU58

Price: $13.95

Grade: 58
Catalog #: KM-6

Description: One year type; A lustrous coin with the barest trace of wear.

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1842-O Seated Dime PCGS AU details, scratched

Price: $1,450.00$1,050.00

Grade: 58 scratch (PCGS)
Catalog #: F-105, R3

Description: Med O;Rusted dies, reddish tone, micro surface roughness as typical. Light scratch from flag to star 13, which is very old and toned with the rest of the coin. Rare!

1939-S Lincoln Cent PCGS MS64RD

Price: $15.00

Grade: 64 RD (PCGS)
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Description: IN GREAT COLLECTIONS AUCTION: Nice blazing full red coins from an original roll.

1958 Washington Quarter PCGS MS66

Price: $45.00$34.95

Grade: 66 (PCGS)
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Description: This coin is from a mint set with light overall toning, mostly light blue with some yellow on the reverse.

1942-D/Horiz D Jefferson Nickel EF45

Price: $125.00

Grade: 45
Catalog #: FS-027

Description: Scarce in higher grades. Nice even grey surfaces, strong OMM.

1981 German Democratic Republic 5 Marks MS64, Riemenschneider

Price: $49.95$39.95

Grade: 64 (PCGS)
Catalog #: KM-79

Description: 450th Anniversary of the death of Tilman Riemenschneider, sculptor; Bright, semi-prooflike surfaces.

1839-O Huge O Seated Dime, VF35

Price: $594.95$394.95

Grade: 35
Catalog #: F-108, R6

Description: Huge O; A very rare variety with dark grey surfaces. Light staple scrape on obverse at top. Only 10 coins graded at PCGS of both die states.

1940-C Newfoundland Five Cents AU50

Price: $14.95

Grade: 50
Catalog #: KM-19

Description: A lustrous, light silver coin.

1925-D Wiemar Republic 5 Marks PCGS MS63

Price: $195.00$155.00

Grade: 61
Catalog #: KM-47

Description: Sharply struck with decent silver lustre. just back from PCGS.

1830-W France 5 Francs EF45

Price: $164.95$139.95

Grade: 45
Catalog #: KM-728.3

Description: An attractive old silver coin with some blue toning and lustre at the rims.

(1909) Hudson Fulton Celebration Medal NGC AU50

Price: $179.95$159.95

Grade: 50 (NGC)
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Description: Hudson Fulton Celebration Medal, 51mm.

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About Dr. Eugene Bruder

Like many collectors, I started collecting coins as a 12 year old in 1959 when the Lincoln Cent had a change in design. I was quickly hooked, and by my later teenage years I was collecting Liberty Seated proofs and some Bust coinage. I was also entranced by postage stamps, enjoying the intricate engravings on the early issues of the US and Canada. I delivered three paper routes daily in order to have enough money to buy coins and stamps.

College caused me to have to dispose of my collections in order to pay for school. After my internship in Hawaii, where I met my wife Diann, I again picked up the collecting bug while deployed in the Army in Alaska. Coins and stamps kept me busy as a hobby until I moved to California in 1986, whereupon I began dealing in coins part time by attending local coin shows.

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