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Regency Sale XXIII Inspires Market Prices

November 6, 2017

     The recently completed Legend Regency Sale XXIII, conducted in Philadelphia at the PCGS Members Show, offered a wide selection of gem coins that were not only some of the highest grades for the dates but true rarities as well. The prestigious 1892 S Morgan Dollar in PCGS MS67 CAC, once part of the Eliasberg-Coronet Collection, brought $470,000. While there are ten coins certified in this grade, there are only two that qualify for the CAC sticker.

1892 S Morgan Dollar PCGS MS67 CAC

1892 S Morgan Dollar PCGS MS67 CAC sold for $470,000 at the Legend Rare Coin Auctions Regency Auction XXIII in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 26, 2017

     The 1893 O Morgan Dollar in PCGS MS66 P/L with CAC approval sold for an amazing $411,250. This is the highest grade for this date and is also from the Eliasberg-Coronet Collection. Previously listed at $380,000, the FMV for this coin will be advancing.

1893 O Morgan Dollar PCGS MS66 P/L CAC

1893 O Morgan Dollar PCGS MS66 P/L CAC sold for $411,250 at the Legend Rare Coin Auctions Regency Auction XXIII in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 26, 2017

     Also included in this auction was the Crow River Collection of $10 Gold Indians. This is the #2 PCGS Registry Set of $10 Indian Gold. One of the top coins in this portion of the sale was the 1909 S in PCGS MS66+ CAC, selling for $146,875; there are a total of seven graded at this level with just two holding the CAC sticker. There is one in PCGS MS67. Below are just a few of the many highlights from this wonderful sale.

1909 S $10 Indian Gold PCGS MS66+ CAC

1909 S $10 Indian Gold PCGS MS66+ CAC sold for $146,875 at the Legend Rare Coin Auctions Regency Auction XXIII in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 26, 2017

 
Date/Denomination
 
Grade
Price
Realized
1848 Large CentPCGS PR66 CAC$32,900
1868 Two CentPCGS PR67 RB CAC$18,800
1872 Three Cent SilverPCGS MS67+ CAC$52,875
1924 D Buffalo NickelPCGS MS66 CAC$27,025
1831 Capped Bust DimePCGS PR66 Cameo$73,438
1831 Capped Bust Quarter SLPCGS MS66+ CAC$55,813
1802 Bust Half DollarPCGS AU55 CAC$36,425
1839 O Reeded Edge Half DollarPCGS MS65$61,688
1921 D Walking Liberty HalfPCGS MS65+ CAC$55,813
1802/1 Bust DollarPCGS AU58 CAC$19,388
1878 CC Trade DollarPCGS MS64 CAC$70,500
1884 S Morgan DollarPCGS MS63+ CAC$73,438
1884 $1 GoldPCGS MS68 CAC$22,913
1910 S $10 Gold IndianPCGS MS66$141,000
1913 $10 Gold IndianPCGS MS66+ CAC$70,500
1914 D $10 Gold IndianPCGS MS67 CAC$135,125
1915 S $10 Gold IndianPCGS MS65 CAC$85,188
1920 S $10 Gold IndianPCGS MS63+ CAC$152,750
1930 S $10 Gold IndianPCGS MS65+ CAC$123,375









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