Description: A lustrous white fully struck coin.
Description: SOLD: A fully struck coin with brilliant cartwheel lustre on spot free surfaces. A superior example. I waited nearly 7 months to get this back from PCGS, and they undergraded it. Looks like a 65 to me!
Description: A coin snatched from a mint set with iridescent obverse speckled gold toning with areas of sea green and crimson interspersed. Appears to me to be FB on the reverse which has much less toning.
Description: Bugs Bunny variety; A brilliant, untoned example of this popular variety.
Description: SOLD: Orange and blue rim toning with lustre in the peripheral devices.
Description: Sharply struck with a blush of toning over smooth surfaces with only the tiniest of marks.
Description: Nice obverse, a few small ticks on the reverse. Scarce. CCN Trends = $250/500
1906/1906 Liberty Nickel ANACS MS62PQ, Discovery coin
Grade: 62 PQ (ANACS)
Catalog #: Flynn-007
Description: Discovery coin for the variety in Flynn's book. Light repunching seen on all digits. Very nice lustre and complete full strike. A couple of small carbon spots limited the grade.
Description: FS-005; Reverse Clashed with 25c; one ding reverse in "E" CENT
Description: Original color, 3/4 horn, clear top bar 3. See pictures, the 3 is very clear.
Description: Cut out for jewelry. A well made piece with better details than many. Priced to sell.
Description: Scarce in higher grades. Nice even grey surfaces, strong OMM.
Description: ON HOLD: Double die obverse; Problem free example of this popular variety.
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.Read More