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We have seen a few MS65 W/A 25C. This is the first one we have really liked that was graded MS65. In fact, we grade it MS65.9 (no BS)! If you are a serious student of this Type, then you will know how genuinely rare this date and grade are. Do not be fooled by the pops, these are easy to find looking this coin does!
PCGS showed this coin no mercy by only designating it a MS65+. The surfaces are ultra clean and smooth. There are faint hints of semi-prooflike mirrors. A wonderful rich and totally original mix of deep pewter/pale navy colors cover both sides. This is not a dull or drab coin. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck (hard to find like that) and do stand out. The eye appeal will make any MS Seated purist collector smile!
PCGS 19, NGC 19, CAC 8. PCGS has graded only 2 MS65+ with possibly 5 coins higher. The other PCGS MS65+ CAC piece has never been sold at auction. The current Collectors Universe Value is $13,500.00. The last MS66 (a non CAC of course) sold for $27,600.00-back in 01/2009.
If you are a Type or MS Quarter specialist, this coin represents tremendous opportunity and value. Plus, as we all know, NOW is the time to be buying ANY GEM MS Seated coins you can. If you have any dupes from another series, why not trade them in for this terrific coin? After all, how many GEM 1854 25C have you seen in the past year or so? We have NOT seen many at all (actually one heck of a MS66)!
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