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Please refer to these Legends:

Mint Marks: P = Philadelphia Issues; D = Denver Issues; S = San Francisco Issues

FH = FULL HEAD (Standing Liberty Quarters)
#1 = Type 1 Standing Liberty Quarters (1916-1917-S Bare-Breasted)
#2 = Type 2 Standing Liberty Quarters (1917-1930-S Chain-Mail Breasted)
AU = About Un-circulated (50, 53, 55, 58 - Sheldon Scale)
 
Grading Service Abbreviations:
A = ANACS
I = ICG
N = NGC
P = PCGS
S = SEGS

 

Standing Liberty Quarters (1916-1930-S)

TYPE ONE (Bare-Breasted/Raised-Dated/1916-1917-P, D, & S)

TYPE TWO (Chain Mail Breasted/Raised-Dated/1917-1924-S)

TYPE TWO (Chain Mail Breasted/Recessed-Dated/1925-1930-S)

BUFFALO NICKELS (1913-1938-D)

WALKING LIBERTY HALF DOLLARS (1916-1947-D)

MISCELLANEOUS GOLD COINS

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TYPE ONE (Bare-Breasted/Raised-Dated/1916-1917-P, D, & S)

1917-D #1
SLQ PCGS-63
Full Head
(Old Green Holder)

- 3 images - housed in an old green holder, this coins' appearance is of a higher numerical grade displaying frosty luster with a hint of golden rims and a very solid strike - very conservatively graded coupled with superb eye-appeal - $650.00 (P-0054)

1917-D Type 1
SLQ PCGS-64
Full Head

- 3 images - blazing luster with a strong strike throughout easily gives the observer the appearance of being a gem coin - superb quality and original frosty luster - $950.00 (P-6854)

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TYPE TWO (Chain-Mail Breasted/Raised-Dated/1917-1924-S)

1917-P #2   SLQ NGC-63
Full Head
- 3 images - a solid full head with full rivets and an overall strong strike - very original satin luster throughout - outstanding for the grade - $495.00 - (N-10676)
1917-S #2   SLQ PCGS-63
Full Head
(CAC Green Sticker)
- 3 images - worthy of a Green CAC Sticker, an exceptionally well defined head coupled with full rivets, verticals and blazing luster defines this high-end scarce type 2 San Francisco delivery - $1,175.00 - (P-8516)
1918-D  SLQ PCGS-58
Full Head
- 3 images - a rare full head date coupled with totally original and colorful surfaces - only traces of handling - for the full head specialist a rare find indeed - $695.00 - (P-3256)
1919-P   SLQ PCGS-64
Full Head
(CAC Green Sticker) - (Old Green PCGS Holder)
- 3 images - as fine a 64FH one could hope to find for this date and mint-mark - absolutely superb and a 65FH in our opinion - $1,100. - P-9749
1919-D   SLQ NGC-25VF - 3 images - a totally problem-free circulated Key Date to the series displaying a full date and wear commensurate for the assigned grade - as removed from circulation and set aside decades ago - $475.00 (N-14894)
1919-D   SLQ ANACS-40XF Lamination (Mint Error) - 3 images - housed in an original small ANACS holder and off-market in a private collection since the early 1980's, this unique Mint Error for the rare 1919-D displays planchlet delamination on the reverse at 4:00 and is bold and pronounced as one can see on the image - $995.00 (A-4999)
1919-D   SLQ NGC-45XF - 3 images - a really nice circulated Key Date 19-D with well preserved surfaces and wear commensurate for the assigned grade - would fit into any fine SLQ circulated to AU set - a very difficult date at any grade - $695.00 (N-015616)
1919-D   SLQ PCGS-55 Full Head

- 4 images - one of the six rarest SLQ's along with the overdate, 27-S, 19-S, 26-D & 26-S, only 8 have been certified by PCGS at the 55 Full Head level making it exceedingly difficult to locate such a specimen - beautiful original colors from its former album storage, this much sought-after classic full head rarity is desired by collectors attempting to assemble a full-head set of SLQ's - incredible eye appeal and wonderful striking elements throughout - $4,250.00 (P-8268)

1919-D   SLQ PCGS-63

- 3 images - one of the most difficult deliveries to locate in Mint State in today's marketplace, 19-D's are truly rare and seldom encountered - blazing luster, strong date digits and overall splendid eye appeal defines this rarely encountered key to the series - $2,800.00 (P-6598)

1919-D   SLQ PCGS-64
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - CAC stickered due to incredible eye-appeal and strength of strike, this classic rarity within the series could have easily been awarded a 64+ grade on a given day - an outstanding coin and rarely encountered - $3,500.00 (P-6619)

1919-S  SLQ PCGS-55
Full Head
- 3 images - one of the six rarest full head SLQ's along with the overdate, 27-S, 19-D, 26-D & 26-S, the 19-S is regarded as a key without a FH and very rare in Full Head strikes; PCGS population reports only show 8 graded in 55FH - well defined head details with an overall above average strike for the delivery, this would be an excellent addition to a collector attempting to assemble a full head set of SLQ's - $3,995.00 (P-8290)
1919-S  SLQ NGC-61
Full Head
- 4 images - with an NGC pop. of 4 with zero in 60, 3 in 62 and 10 in 63 full heads, the 19-S is prohibitively rare in mint-state full head strikes; this specimen displays an ultimate strike for the delivery with the head virtually ultimate with three sharp hair waves atop the forehead, full rivets, verticals and almost full horizontals - the wave in the gown is clearly defined as are the small pin feathers on the Eagle's wing; this specimen displays an obverse with original golden hues atop solid mint luster; the reverse displays a few hairlines which is the only limiting factor in the overall grade which could easily be 62FH; if you are looking for the almost impossible 19-S full head SLQ, you found one of only a few that exist especially with an incredible strike - $5,995.00 (N-91455)
1919-S  SLQ NGC-62
- 3 images - a totally original Key Date displaying a solid strike and original color atop strong luster - becoming almost impossible to locate in MS grades - $1,600. - N-50962
1921-P   SLQ PCGS-20 VF - 3 images - rarely offered with a full date at the VF-20 level, this totally original circulated survivor projects strong striking qualities and is rarely offered certified and attractive at this grade level - certainly for someone attempting to assemble the Key Dates of this most difficult series - $625.00 (P-1593)
1921-P   SLQ PCGS-35 VF - 3 images - a full date and original surfaces highlights this ever-popular and very scarce Key Date - perfectly suited for a higher-end circulated set of SLQ's - $850.00 (P-1738)
1921-P   SLQ PCGS-45XF
(CAC Green Sticker)
- 3 images - as nice an original circulated Key Date 1921 SLQ one could hope for displaying beautiful surfaces and strike elements - very high-end borderline AU as evidenced by the Green CAC sticker - $1,100.00 (P-4287)
1923-P  
SLQ PCGS-55 Full Head

- 4 images - RARE is an understatement for any 23-P in AU-Full Head evidenced by the PCGS population reports which show (as of 06/06/09) a whopping total of 2 in 55 FH and 13 in 58 FH with none in 50 or 53! Needless to say, this is one of only two in the 55 Full Head pop. report - absolutely solid full head details coupled with totally original surfaces supported by full rivets and overall above-average striking details makes this a most unique candidate for the advanced AU or MS full head collector - $695.00 (P-0431)

1923-P
SLQ PCGS-64
Full Head
(Old Green Holder)
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - one of the finest struck 23-P's we have ever seen - old green holder with a CAC sticker complementing an extraordinary full head, shield and date digits - a 65FH on contemporary standards - $2,100.00 (P-0532)

1923-S 
SLQ PCGS-58 (98%FH)

- 3 images - a just miss full-head key to the series, this 1923-S displays incredibly beautiful original color throughout atop lustrous surfaces - only a slight rub on the knee keeps it out of the MS category - well struck and becoming very difficult to locate at the higher grades - $2,800.00 (P-5077)

1924-P
SLQ PCGS-64
Full Head

- 3 images - a very strong full head, full rivets, verticals and an overall strong strike summarize this exceptional delivery - superb luster and eye appeal - $900.00 (P-1049)

1924-D
SLQ PCGS-55
Full Head
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - rarely encountered in full head, this CAC stickered delivery displays a strong head and beautiful original obverse and reverse color atop a strong strike - very nice for the up-scaled AU-FH collector - $650.00 (P-8120)

1924-D
SLQ PCGS-64
Full Head

- 3 images - one of the best strikes and full heads we have seen on a 24-D - lustrous surfaces displaying a beautiful hint of gold, an absolutely incredible coin for the grade and delivery - $1,400.00 (P-0478)

1924-S  SLQ PCGS-63
(CAC Green Sticker)
- 3 images - a very scarce Semi-Key to the series displaying incredible luster for the assigned grade and an 80% full head - totally worthy of the CAC sticker - $1,200. - P-5227
   

 

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TYPE TWO (Chain Mail Breasted/Recessed-Dated/1925-1930-S)

1925-P  SLQ PCGS-58
Full Head
(CAC Green)
- 3 images - a solid full head coupled with frosty lustrous surfaces with a hint of wear defines this CAC approved exceptional SLQ - wonderful eye appeal - $325.00 (P-1787)
1925-P  SLQ PCGS-55 Full Head - 3 images - PCGS has only graded 9 Full Heads of this date & grade making it most attractive to collectors attempting to assemble the very desirable AU-FH collection of SLQ's - a tremendous strike throughout with wonderful eye appeal - $300.00 (P-4338)
1926-P  SLQ PCGS-64
Full Head
(Rainbow Color)
- 3 images - gold and blue original hues abound atop the very lustrous obverse surfaces of this beautifully struck SLQ displaying outstanding head detailing, full rivets and overall well-struck devices - certainly a beautiful coin to look at - $895.00 (P-5903)
1926-P  SLQ PCGS-64
Full Head
- 3 images - a lustrous borderline gem displaying very strong head details coupled with full rivets, incredible luster with hints of gold and stunning eye appeal - $895.00 (P-3470)
1926-D  SLQ PCGS-64+(Plus)
(Rainbow Color +)
- 3 images - beautiful rainbow color and gem quality luster atop a stronger than normal strike for this issue encapsulates all that is needed to be said - a fabulous looking coin - $650. - P-5617
1926-S  SLQ PCGS-64
(
CAC Green Sticker)
- 3 images - an 80% full head with strong leaves defines the striking characteristics of this very difficult semi-key to the series known for its' horrible strike - unless you are looking for a full head, you won't find many equaling this outstanding piece - $2,500. - P-9235
1927-P  SLQ PCGS-64
Full Head
- 3 images - a solid full head, frosty white luster, strong striking elements and splendid eye appeal define this outstanding delivery - a really pretty coin - $675.00 (P-7622)
1927-D  PCGS-64 FH
"CAC Green Sticker"
- 5 images - solid head details and well above strike defines this very challenging full head delivery - very lustrous original surfaces are mostly white with a hint of original color - an absolute delight to the observer - a very exciting and technically well graded specimen for the demanding collector - $1,450.00 (P-2159)
1928-P  SLQ PCGS-63
Full Head
(Old Green Holder)
(CAC Green Sticker)
- 3 images - someone will get this old green PCGS coin with a CAC sticker into a 64FH holder very quickly - an absolutely beautiful example of this late 1920's delivery - $650.00 (P-0177)
1929-P  SLQ PCGS-55
Full Head
- 3 images - the perfect coin for the AU-FH collector - rarely encountered at this grade-level with a strong full head - $250.00 (P-0719)
1929-D  
PCGS-55 FH - 5 images - very old green PCGS holder - very solid full head details for this delivery - full rivets fully defined - extremely desirable and very rare as such - $895.00 (P-9673)
1929-D  SLQ NGC-62
Full Head
- 3 images - a rarity in full head, a solid full head and overall striking elements including full rivets with beautiful original color defines this very difficult delivery - $995.00 (N-62184)
   

 

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BUFFALO NICKELS (1913-1938-D)

1913-S Type #2  
PCGS-55 AU - 3 images - boasting the third lowest mintage of a regular series Buffalo Nickel at only 1.209 million, this Key to the Series suffered from minimal safe-keeping of a new design coin due to the earlier appearance of the Type 1 1913's - totally original with beautiful rim color resulting from its previous storage in a collectors' album - simply a knock-out coin for both the date and grade assigned by PCGS - $750.00 - (P-1590)
1913-P Type #2 Buffalo Nickel 
PCGS-PROOF-66 (CAC Green) - Forsythe II Collection Pedigree - 3 images - a superb Gem of historical pedigreed background and one of only 18 CAC stickered Proof 66 PCGS specimens of this incredibly beautiful Matte Proof Buffalo Nickel displaying flawless surfaces, wonderful color and perfect striking elements; the last Proof-66 CAC specimen of this vintage brought nearly $3,600.00 at auction - this specimen boasts both a CAC Green sticker in addition to a famous historical Numismatic background so noted on the PCGS holder - incredibly beautiful, colorful and as perfect as Proof Buffalo Nickels could possibly get - destined for a distinguished collection and/or Registry Set structure - $3,950.00 - (P-0875)
1914-P Buffalo Nickel 
PCGS-PROOF-66 (CAC Green) - Forsythe II Collection Pedigree - 3 images - a second superb Gem of this famous historical pedigreed background and one of only 23 at this grade level approved by CAC - pristine luster accentuates the full Matte surface texture complemented by original spot-free gold colors and exceedingly sharp striking elements - absolutely incredible eye-appeal and certainly destined for a distinguished collection and/or Registry Set structure - $3,950.00 - (P-0272)
1915-P Buffalo Nickel 
PCGS-PROOF-66+(PLUS) (CAC Green) - Forsythe II Collection Pedigree - 3 images - a third superb Gem of this famous historical pedigreed background and one of only TWO (2) at this grade level approved by CAC - from a personal point of view, this coin deserves a PROOF-67 holder and was subsequently very conservatively graded initially by PCGS - razor sharp details throughout are complemented by both very strong luster atop Matte Proof surfaces in addition to breath-taking golden colors throughout - destined for a distinguished collection and/or Registry Set structure - $4,750.00 - (P-0273)
1916-P Buffalo Nickel  
NGC-65 GEM - 3 images - this coin grades MS-66 by everyone who has examined it - incredible luster with beautiful original gold colors throughout coupled with flawless surfaces - absolutely exceptional and off the charts for the grade - $400.00 - (N-18582)
1916-D Buffalo Nickel  
NGC-65 GEM - 3 images - a very high-end semi-key to the series worthy of an MS-65+ designation - stunning luster and color with exceptional striking elements - for a very high end collection - $2,100.00 - (N-18551)
1921-S Buffalo Nickel  
NGC-20VF - 3 images - a perfect example of a key-date Buffalo Nickel rarely encountered in the mid-range grades as most were subject to severe wear due to commercial circulation - perfectly graded by NGC with totally original problem-free surfaces - a wonderful opportunity for this classic key to the series - $400.00 - (N-18553)
   

 

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WALKING LIBERTY HALF DOLLARS (1916-1947-D)

 

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MISCELLANEOUS GOLD COINS

1894-P $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-62 - 3 images - a wonderful choice example of this very beautiful double eagle - very difficult to locate at this grade level - email for current pricing - (N-98725)
1895-P $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-62 - 3 images - a wonderful choice example of this very beautiful double eagle - very difficult to locate at this grade level - email for current pricing - (N-98726)
1900-P $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-62 - 3 images - a wonderful choice example of this very beautiful double eagle - very difficult to locate at this grade level - email for current pricing - (N-98762)
1900-S $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-62 - 3 images - a wonderful choice example of this very beautiful branch-mint double eagle - very difficult to locate at this grade level - email for current pricing - (N-98729)
1903-S $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-62 - 3 images - a wonderful choice example of this very beautiful branch-mint double eagle - very difficult to locate at this grade level - email for current pricing - (N-98761)
1903-S $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-62 - 3 images - a wonderful choice example of this very beautiful branch-mint double eagle - very difficult to locate at this grade level - email for current pricing - (N-987210)
1904-S $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-63
CAC Green Sticker
- 4 images - a relatively very high grade for this very desirable double eagle displaying very clean surfaces and outstanding luster - email for current pricing - (N-98767)
1904-P $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-63 - 3 images - a wonderful choice example of this very beautiful double eagle - very difficult to locate at this grade level - email for current pricing - (N-987214)
1904-S $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-62 - 3 images - a more difficult branch-mint classic Liberty Double Eagle displaying wonderful luster and surfaces for the assigned grade - e-mail or call for current pricing - (N-64026)
1907-P $20.00 Liberty Gold 
NGC-63 - 3 images - the last year of issue of this very beautiful double eagle - very difficult to locate at this grade level - email for current pricing - (N-987215)
1908-P No Motto $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle 
NGC-63+ (Plus) - 3 images - assigned the PLUS designation for exceptional quality particularly with outstanding eye-appeal and luster - we grade this one easily a 64 - email or call for current pricing - (N-98776)
1908-P No Motto $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle
NGC-64 - 3 images - outstanding for the assigned grade - beautiful luster, surfaces and eye appeal - great type coin - email or call for curret pricing - (N-98769)
1914-S $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle  
NGC-63 - 3 images - a solid 63 of this incredibly beautiful Double Eagle design - a solid investment opportunity or type coin all the way - email or call for current pricing - (N-98714)
1924-P $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle  
NGC-64 - 3 images -the ever-popular and beautiful Saint Gauden's has forever been so very popular because of its absolute beauty - a very choice example displaying wonderful surfaces, luster and absolute eye-appeal - e-mail for current pricing - (N-640215)
1925-P $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle  
NGC-64 - 3 images - a very high end choice example of this most beautiful design of American coinage - email for current pricing - (N-987320)
1926-P $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle  
NGC-63+ (Plus) - 3 images - when one looks a tthis coin, one can see why the PLUS was assigned as the luster is blinding - another we-grade-it 64 - stunning eye appeal - email or call for current pricing - (N-987716)
1926-P $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle  
NGC-64 - 3 images - this coin deserves a PLUS as its luster and eye-appeal are Gem all the way - simply beautiful - email or call for current pricing - (N-987110)
1927-P $20.00 St. Gaudens  
NGC-63 - we grade this specimen "64" as the surfaces and incredible luster point in this direction - a splendid Tpe of Investment coin, one could hardly argue with the absolutely beautful designs of both obverse and reverse - truly a masterpiece in Numismatic art-work - email or call for current pricing - (N-64093)
1927-P $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle  
NGC-63 - 3 images - super type or investment coin and very properly graded - email or call for current pricing - (N-987718)
1927-P $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle  
NGC-64 - 3 images - outstanding luster and eye appeal defines this wonderful Double Eagle - email or call for current pricing - (N-987616)
1928-P $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle  
NGC-63+ (Plus) - 3 images - the PLUS designation defines the blinding luster and eye-appeal of this beautful Double Eagle - email or call for current pricing - (N-987720)
1928-P $20.00 St. Gaudens Double Eagle  
NGC-64 - 3 images - properly graded with very choice luster, surfaces and eye appeal - email or call for current pricing - (N-987620)

 

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MISCELLANEOUS CATEGORY

 
1870-P PROOF SET (10 Coins Total): This incredible multi-decade private-collector assemblage of 1870-P Proof (non-Gold) coins of 1870 includes all ten different denominations - each and every piece was hand-selected over decades of dedicated numismatic treasure-hunting resulting in the final product which is presented here - each and every one of the 10-pieces is listed in denominational order with specific comments by the SLQ Coins Staff including a minimum of 2-images (obverse and reverse) per individual coin - 6 of the 10 coins have already been awarded a CAC Green Sticker - this incredible Proof Set is available only as a complete set of 10-Coins and is not for Sale on a single-coin basis: Price - 10 Coin 1870-P Proof Set - $15,950.00

Coin #1: 1870-P Indian Cent

NGC-PROOF-65
Red-Brown Gem
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 2 images (serial #178478-005)
- spot-free, gorgeous luster, well struck, could easily have graded Full-Red - outstanding!

Coin #2: 1870-P 2-Cent (Copper)

NGC-PROOF-64
Red-Brown

- 2 images (serial #446741-001)
- no spots, faded red over reflective soft brown fields, immaculate proof fields and devices

Coin #3: 1870-P 3-Cent (Nickel)

NGC-PROOF-64
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 2 images (serial #1736862-003)
- blast white, sharp strike, immaculate proof fields and devices

Coin #4: 1870-P 3-Cent (Silver or "Trime")

NGC-PROOF-64

- 2 images (serial #1816895-009)
- a vibrant electric-blue and rose toning over deeply mirrored fields on both obverse and reverse - as colorful a "tiny" trime as one can possibly imagine

Coin #5: 1870-P 5-Cent Shield Nickel

PCGS-PROOF-64 CAMEO
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images (serial #21454375)
- projects dazzling brilliance on both obverse and reverse - looks Gem and should have been graded (in our opinion) PROOF-65 CAMEO - stunningly beautiful

Coin #6: 1870-P Seated Liberty Half-Dime (or H10C)

NGC-PROOF-64 CAMEO
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 2 images (serial #1778560-014)
- both obverse and reverse display radiant mirrored fields complemented with razor sharp strikes and blast-white surfaces contrasting cameo devices

Coin #7: 1870-P Seated Liberty Dime

NGC-PROOF-64 CAMEO
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 2 images (serial #302762-012)
- incredible and exceptional color on both obverse and reverse - bold striking elements with mirrored fields contrasting cameo devices contribute to outstanding eye appeal

Coin #8: 1870-P Seated Liberty Quarter Dollar

NGC-PROOF-64 CAMEO
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 2 images (serial #4041031-005)
- wisps of golden toning grace deeply mirrored clean fields contrasting cameo devices resulting in stunning eye-appeal

Coin #9: 1870-P Seated Liberty Half Dollar

NGC-PROOF-64

- 2 images (serial #36625034-004)
- totally original color w/deep russet and blue toning complemented by underlying proof lustrous surfaces and contrasting devices - very original and eye-appealing - without a doubt a very rare coin

Coin #10: 1870-P Seated Liberty Dollar

PCGS-PROOF-64

- 2 images (serial #27471995)
- literally speaking, a "just-miss" Proof Cameo displaying obvious white devices both obverse and reverse against beautiful golden-red/brown original color atop brilliant lustrous reflective proof fields - colorful eye appeal with plenty to spare - a magnificent proof of this era and certainly a fitting conclusive coin to this incredible high-end proof-set
 
1936-P PROOF SET (5 Coins Total): This is the classic first-year issue of what some call the early (or pre-WWII) Proof Set Era - Mintages vary by denomination with the Washington Quarter haviing the lowest at 3,837 proof-pieces making this the limiting factor in the number of possible complete Sets available to collectors - generally speaking, the mint sold collectors individual pieces or complete sets according to consumer demand accounting for the variable mintages of the five different members; this incredibly outstanding set boasts four members wearing Green CAC Stickers with all five housed in PCGS holders - the always popular Lincoln Penny resides in a CAC stickered holder with a rarely encountered grade of PROOF-65 RED while the Buffalo Nickel is seriously under-graded at PROOF-64 (CAC Green Sticker) and should be a minimum of a point higher; the two of the three remaining coins are all CAC Green Stickered and all reside in proof-66 (superb gem) holders and rightfully so; we have provided three images (obverse slab, obverse and reverse) of each member of this 5-coin Proof Set of 1936 along with a corresponding description of each individual member as compiled by our staff at SLQ Coins - do enjoy your review of this magnificent set - $13,950.00

Coin #1: 1936-P Lincoln Cent

PCGS-PROOF-65 (RED)
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - fully brilliant and flawless Red surfaces with stunning reflective proof luster accents the "Gem" status of this carefully cared-for original survivor of the Early Proof Sets - (P-6974)

Coin #2: 1936-P Buffalo Nickel

PCGS-PROOF-64
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - we can't imagine that this member of the set did NOT grade PROOF-65, however, PCGS is known for ultra-conservative grading practices - virtually flawless proof surfaces with Gem quality luster - obviously noticed by CAC with their awarding of a Green Sticker - (P-6975)

Coin #3: 1936-P Mercury (Winged Liberty) Dime

PCGS-PROOF-66
(superb Gem)

- 3 images - a flawless brilliant Proof Superb Gem survivor of this ever popular dime series - fully worthy of the assigned grade - (P-6819)

Coin #4: 1936-P Washington Quarter

PCGS-PROOF-66
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - a virtual superb Gem with beautiful rim color surrounding vibrant proof reflective surfaces and devices - the lowest mintage of the five proofs of 1936 at only 3,837 pieces - (P-6820)

Coin #5: 1936-P Walking Liberty Half Dollar

PCGS-PROOF-66
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - another virtual superb Gem to conclude this magnificent proof set - absolutely original flawless surfaces sporting brilliant proof reflective luster with a hint of original rim color - probably the highlight of the set along with the Lincoln Penny - (P-6978)
1937-P PROOF SET (5 Coins Total): This is the second year of what some call the early or Pre-WW-II Proof Set Era. This set is the last set containing the Buffalo Nickel before the advent of the Jefferson Nickel in 1938. Each coin in this complete set was hand-selected by its' original owner for quality, originality and eye-appeal. The set would be very difficult to duplicate and will make an outstanding addition to the most discriminating collector - an outstanding Proof Set of this early era - $5,250.00

Coin #1: 1937-P Lincoln Cent

PCGS-PROOF-64 (RED)
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - fully brilliant red with incredible eye appeal for the assigned grade - (P-9674)

Coin #2: 1937-P Buffalo Nickel

PCGS-PROOF-64
(Green PCGS Holder)
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - simply under-graded as this coin is easily a Proof-65 on today's standards - an original Green PCGS Holder - (P-6975)

Coin #3: 1937-P Mercury (Winged Liberty) Dime

PCGS-PROOF-66

- 3 images - a superb Gem with totally original flawless surfaces - (P-6443)

Coin #4: 1937-P Washington Quarter

PCGS-PROOF-66
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - a superb Gem with totally original flawless surfaces - (P-6445)

Coin #5: 1937-P Walking Liberty Half Dollar

PCGS-PROOF-66
(CAC Green Sticker)

- 3 images - a final superb Gem member of this incredible set with original flawless surfaces- (P-6447)

1876-P Indian Cent

NGC-63 BR

- 3 images - from the same complete set of Indians previously mentioned, the 1876 is a very scarce issue of the series particularly in Mint-State as is this specimen - very desirable for someone trying to complete a high-grade set of this famous series of Cents - $395.00 - (N-33432)

1941-P Lincoln Cent  

NGC-65 RED "MINT ERROR"

- 3 images - a curved clipped planchlet at 8'oclock caused by a late departure from the striking dies - rarely encountered in full RED Cents of this era and grade level - $100.00 - (N-87901)

1892-P Liberty Nickel </