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1901-Mo-M Mexico One Peso Gold MS63

Price: $299.95

Grade: 63
Catalog #: KM-410.5

Description: Nice lustre, a few marks limit grade. Low mintage!

1855 Germany-W├╝rttemberg 6 Kreuzer PCGS MS65+

Price: $134.95

Grade: 65 + (PCGS)
Catalog #: KM-592

Description: SOLD: A blazing white, fully struck little coin with the tiniest of marks. Looks like it was minted yesterday! Pop=1, with 2 66 higher and 1 67 at NGC.

1940-D/D Washington Quarter PCGS MS65

Price: $424.95

Grade: 65 (PCGS)
Catalog #: FS-1, RURS3

Description: SOLD: RPM #2; A very scarce RPM, totally left of final one. Unknown in EDS and MDS per books. The coin has some natural multicolored rim toning on overall light ice blue toning.

1921 Straits Settlements 50 Cents PCGS MS62

Price: $65.00

Grade: 62 (PCGS)
Catalog #: KM-35.1

Description: SOLD: Fully struck with blazing white cartwheel lustre.

1955 Dominican Republic Peso PCGS MS64

Price: $214.95

Grade: 64 (PCGS)
Catalog #: KM-23

Description: SOLD: 25th Anniversary of Trujillo. A lustrous coin with full blazing cartwheel lustre. A tough coin to find any higher with only 4 65's at PCGS.

1838 Zs OM Mexico 8 Reales NGC AU58


Grade: 58 (NGC)
Catalog #: KM-377.13

Description: SOLD: Decent strike and lustre.

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1880 Newfoundland Five Cents EF40

Price: $400.00$335.00

Grade: 35
Catalog #:

Description: Nice obverse, a few small ticks on the reverse. Scarce. CCN Trends = $250/500

1939-S Rev '38 Jefferson Nickel PCGS MS66

Price: $80.00$59.95

Grade: 66 (PCGS)
Catalog #:

Description: Rev '38; Lustrous and mark free with just a touch of pastel toning. I figured a 67 on this beauty, as the lustre is full, there are no spots ir even any significant bag marks! probably should go back again!

1950-S/inverted S Roosevelt Dime PCGS MS65

Price: $150.00$110.00

Grade: 65 (PCGS)
Catalog #: FS-501

Description: Old FS-014.5; Lustrous near white with some flecks of gold toning. Used to be called an S/D. Near full bands. There are none graded at PCGS in any grade.

1942 Washington Quarter ANACS PF64 trace cameo

Price: $105.00$85.00

Grade: 64 PF (ANACS)
Catalog #:

Description: IN GREAT COLLECTIONS AUCTION: Light cameo obverse. Nice deep mirrors, just a couple of hairlines to get the grade. A trace of rim tonng on both sides.

1858 Three Cents Silver AU58

Price: $225.00$194.95

Grade: 58
Catalog #:

Description: ON HOLD: Type 2; Light gold toning on a coin that is really well struck for the type 2 variety.

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.

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.

1906/1906 Liberty Nickel ANACS MS64, discovery piece

Price: $325.00$275.00

Grade: 64 (ANACS)
Catalog #: RPD-009

Description: Discovery coin; Full cartwheel lustre and well struck. the whole date is lightly repunched. Nice looking coin.

1842-O Seated Dime MS details, scratched

Price: $1,450.00$1,050.00

Grade: 60 scratch
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!

1912 Liberty Nickel MS63

Price: $135.00$125.00

Grade: 63
Catalog #:

Description: Lustrous blue toned obverse, some russet on the reverse. Nice.

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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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