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1914-D Barber Quarter MS62

Price: $245.00$219.95

Grade: 62
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Description: Nice strike with lustrous surfaces. The obverse is mostly white, and the reverse has a slight golden tone. Some hairlines limit the grade.

1915 Barber Quarter AU58+

Price: $195.00$165.00

Grade: 58 +
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Description: A fully lustrous, original untoned coin that really is unc, but has a couple of light hairlines on the face. Very nice type coin.

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1946-S Washington Quarters MS65

Price: $22.50

Grade: 65
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Description: A bright white, lustrous coin that is nearly mark free.

1946-S Washington Quarters MS65

Price: $22.50

Grade: 65
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Description: A bright white, lustrous coin that is nearly mark free.

1961 Washinton Quarter PCGS PR68

Price: $34.95

Grade: 68 PR (PCGS)
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Description: SOLD: An essentially flawless coin with no toning and decent cameo contrast when viewed head on.

19817-S Philippines 50 Centavos AU50

Price: $94.95

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Catalog #: KM-171

Description: A decent example of this lower mintage date in the series. Light silver with a lot more lustre in the devices and fields than the photos show.

1906 (h) VBP GJ Denmark 2 Kroner PCGS MS64

Price: $62.50

Grade: 64 (PCGS)
Catalog #: KM-803

Description: SOLD: Death of Christian IX and ascension of Frederik VIII. A brilliant white example with frosty lustre.

1888 (h)HC;CS Denmark 2 Kroner NGC AU58

Price: $59.50

Grade: 58 (NGC)
Catalog #: KM-799

Description: SOLD: A light golden toned, semi-prooflike coin that looks unc to the eye. Fully struck to show off the details.

1941-S Large S Mercury Dime PCGS AU58(FB)

Price: $125.00$94.95

Grade: 58 FB (PCGS)
Catalog #: FS-511

Description: SOLD: Large S (Trumpet tail); Rare variety, only 2 dies used. Very tough in FB! This one has strong FB, and nice white lustre. PCGS doesn't grade 58's in FB, but would look good in an unc set.

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1915 Barber Quarter AU58+

Price: $195.00$165.00

Grade: 58 +
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Description: A fully lustrous, original untoned coin that really is unc, but has a couple of light hairlines on the face. Very nice type coin.

1880 Newfoundland Five Cents EF40

Price: $400.00$335.00

Grade: 35
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Description: Nice obverse, a few small ticks on the reverse. Scarce. CCN Trends = $250/500

1912 Liberty Nickel MS63

Price: $135.00$125.00

Grade: 63
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Description: Lustrous blue toned obverse, some russet on the reverse. Nice.

1937-S/S Buffalo Nickel MS65

Price: $74.95$54.95

Grade: 65
Catalog #: RPM-2

Description: RPM #2; A fully struck and brilliant coin with a nice S/S to the east.

1923-S Monroe Half Dollar MS62

Price: $95.00$65.00

Grade: 62
Catalog #: Monroe

Description: Monroe; Lustrous, light toning.

1755 FWoF Saxony Pfennig PCGS MS65

Price: $129.95$109.95

Grade: 63 +
Catalog #: KM-894

Description: IN STACK'S BOWERS AUCTION: A sharply struck coin with nice lustre. Scarce this nice! Pop=1 at PCGS, sole graded example. Highest at NGC MS64

1826 Capped Bust Half Dollar EF45

Price: $195.00$159.95

Grade: 45
Catalog #: O-117, R2

Description: SOLD: Orange and blue rim toning with lustre in the peripheral devices.

1940-C Newfoundland Five Cents AU50

Price: $14.95

Grade: 50
Catalog #: KM-19

Description: A lustrous, light silver coin.

1938-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar AU55

Price: $245.00$200.00

Grade: 55
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Description: A lustrous, well struck example of this key date coin.

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.

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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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