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1893 CAM El Salvador Peso NGC MS62

Price: $545.00

Grade: 62 (NGC)
Catalog #: KM-115.1

Description: Well struck with light grey toning.

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1939 Canada Royal Visit School Medal MS63BN

Price: $9.95

Grade: 63 BN
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Description: A nice example of this thick bronze school medal. Lustrous even brown surfaces, spot free.

1927 Canada Confederation Jubilee Medal MS62BN

Price: $9.95

Grade: 62 BN
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Description: A nice example of this thick bronze school medal. There is mint red remaining along with some brown and light blue toning.

1927 Palestine One Mil MS65+BN

Price: $27.50

Grade: 65 +BN
Catalog #: KM-1

Description: 5% RD; Sharply struck and spot free.

1929(k) Iceland 10 Aurar MS64

Price: $74.95

Grade: 64
Catalog #: KM-1.1

Description: SOLD: A nice example that is fully struck and lustrous. No bothersome marks or spots too!

1948-D Washington Quarter MS65

Price: $32.50

Grade: 65
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Description: SOLD: A pure white coin with clear mirrors.

1957 Washington Quarter PR65

Price: $9.00

Grade: 65 PR
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Description: SOLD: A pure white coin with clear mirrors.

1949 Washington Quarter MS65

Price: $45.00

Grade: 65
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Description: SOLD: A lustrous coin with a light coating of pastel toning from residing in an album in the back of my safe for over 30 years.

1964-D Washington Quarter MS65

Price: $5.00

Grade: 65
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Description: SOLD: A flashy white coin.

1955 Washington Quarter PR65

Price: $17.00

Grade: 65 PR
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Description: SOLD: A flashy white coin with clear mirrors.

1959 Washington Quarter PR65

Price: $8.00

Grade: 65 PR
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Description: SOLD: A flashy white coin with clear mirrors.

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1857 FE One Cent, F12, reverse clash with 25c

Price: $150.00$120.00

Grade: 12
Catalog #: S-8

Description: FS-005; Reverse Clashed with 25c; one ding reverse in "E" CENT

1942 Washington Quarter ANACS PF64 trace cameo

Price: $105.00$85.00

Grade: 64 PF (ANACS)
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Description: Light cameo obverse. Nice deep mirrors, just a couple of hairlines to get the grade. A trace of rim tonng on both sides.

1859 Indian Cent PCGS EF45

Price: $110.00$95.00

Grade: 45 (PCGS)
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Description: Well struck with even copper nickel brown color.

1851 Large Cent EF45, N-22,R4

Price: $225.00$145.00

Grade: 45
Catalog #: N-22, R4

Description: Scarce variety. Discounted because of some marks on cheek I missed.

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.

1923-S Monroe Half Dollar MS62

Price: $95.00$65.00

Grade: 62
Catalog #: Monroe

Description: Monroe; Lustrous, light toning.

1906 Indian Cent, MS63BN, cud and strike thru

Price: $100.00$80.00

Grade: 63 BN
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Description: Nice color and lustre. Retained cud reverse 1-2:30 and small strike through on UR corner of shield. A nice error combo!

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.

1933 Australia Florin NGC AU55

Price: $750.00$500.00

Grade: 55 (NGC)
Catalog #: KM-27

Description: IN HANS SCHULMAN AUCTION: Nice looking coin with adequate lustre and details for the grade, although a little softly struck in the centers. One of the key dates in the series. Krause prices: $800 in EF, $7500 Unc.

1923-S Monroe Half Dollar AU55

Price: $50.00$40.00

Grade: 55
Catalog #: Monroe

Description: Monroe;

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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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