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ANA National Money Show on the Docket

March 6, 2017

     This will be a busy week for most dealers as they head to the ANA National Money Show in Orlando. Kagin’s is the official auctioneer for this major event and there are certainly numerous potential highlights. One of the more important offerings is the 1860 No Motto $10 Gold in PCGS PR65, the finest known with an original mintage of just 50 coins. There is one other certified in PR63 with a handful of lower grades in Cameo and Deep Cameo. Below are a few more highlights from this sale.

1860 No Motto $10 Gold PCGS PR65

1860 No Motto $10 Gold PCGS PR65 will be available at the ANA National Money Show in Orlando, Florida, March 9-10, 2017

1859 S Seated QuarterPCGS XF45$3,950
1873 CC Seated Half w/ArrowsPCGS MS64$24,500
1832 $2 ½ GoldNGC MS61$18,500
1856 $2 ½ GoldPCGS PR65N/A
1875 $2 ½ GoldPCGS PR65 Cameo$58,500
1795 $5 Gold Small EaglePCGS AU55$44,500
1865 $5 GoldPCGS PR65$85,000
1929 $5 Gold IndianPCGS MS63$43,250
1860 $10 GoldPCGS PR65$155,000

     The metals have made another turnaround with Gold dipping back to $1,225 this morning. Most buyers will be interested to see if this presents another buying opportunity on the way to higher levels. Over the last couple of months each downturn has been followed by newer highs.

     In the Half Cent charts this week, the 1808 in AU58 is higher at $1,950 Market and the 1809 9 over 6 in MS63 Brown is up to $2,325. Also, the 1857 in PR65 Brown jumped to $6,350.

     The Large Cents chart contains several advances, mostly in MS64 and higher grades. The 1794 Head of 1795 in MS64 Brown climbed to $24,850 Market and the 1822 also in MS64 Brown moved up to $4,050.

     Indian Cents and Lincoln Cents are mixed but there are increases in dates and grades where collectors have been taking advantage of some of the discounted prices over the last year or so. The 1864 Indian Cent in MS66 Red is higher at $1,650 and the 1882 in the same grade is now at $2,650. The 1905 in MS67 Red increased to $5,000 Market.

     In the Lincoln Cent chart the 1909 S VDB has been mixed for quite some time. There have been so many coins trading over the last two years that prices have bounced back and forth. This week the MS67 Red fell to $68,000 Market but the MS65 Red is higher at $3,725. It looks like buyers are targeting specific dates that are undervalued according to current population levels.

     Half Dimes are showing some surprising strength as there are numerous increases this week. The 1800 Heraldic Eagle in AU50 is higher at $6,350 and the 1835 Capped Bust in MS66 advanced to $4,600 Market. The 1841 O Seated Half Dime in MS67 increased to $14,500. Another tough date, the 1853 O No Arrows in MS65 moved to $24,500.

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