50C 1837 RE PCGS MS65


How could we not buy this coin?  While we do not call it an out of this world high end killer, we do consider it a very solid GEM MS65. Plus, we can not figure why these are so cheap.

The surfaces display virtually NO marks. Using a strong glass, all you can find are 2-3 microscopic ticks at most. Good start! The surfaces are also satiny smooth in texture too. Both sides display a full booming luster. Nice and even totally original toning covers both sides. The obverse is more of a deeper pewter/blue, while the reverse is more blue/pale reddish gold centers. There is a LIGHT patch of toning on Miss Liberty’s cheek-which a photo makes it look darker then it is. All of the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is excellent!

PCGS 19, NGC 44, CAC 16. Until this coin just sold, the last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $17,625.00 12/2015. These too have been terribly overlooked in the marketplace. We think ALL Bust coins in GEM are good values today. Your not going to go to a coin show and come home with any! Opportunity knocks loud here!