Tag Archive for: US Type Coins from The Tyrant Collection

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Coin 401 – 1907. No periods $10 Indian PCGS MS-67

Coin Number 401 Absolutely stunning with radiant mint luster, a bold strike and unending eye appeal. The surfaces are memorable and completely free of any marks, hairlines or ticks. Resplendent yellow gold with a dash of green. While not the…
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Coin 402- 1907. Rolled edge $10 Indian PCGS MS-66

Coin Number 402 This is the "Rolled Edge" variety and one of just a net 42 pieces released by the Mint. These were not struck as patterns but intended for circulation. The majority of those struck were melted, but some did get released and…
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Coin 403 – 1908. With motto $10 Indian PCGS Proof 67+ Matte

Coin Number 403 In early 1908 the Motto IN GOD WE TRUST was added to the reverse of these magnificent Saint-Gaudens eagles, although a modest number were struck for circulation prior to the addition of this Motto. Proof coins from this series…
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Coin 404 – 1908-S. With motto $10 Indian PCGS MS-68

Coin Number 404 This is one of just two coins so graded by PCGS with a single coin above with the "+" designation. The surfaces are virtually pristine, with just a few microscopic signs of handling. Classic San Francisco luster which coruscates…
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Coin 405 – 1910 $10 Indian PCGS Proof 67+

Coin Number 405 This is the finest certified 1910 Indian eagle seen by PCGS. It is as close to perfection as one could imagine, with sparkling bright surfaces, luminous yellow-gold color throughout and a perfectly sharp strike. While mint records…
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Coin 416 – 1907, large letters $20 St. Gaudens PCGS Proof 64Matte

Coin Number 416 This is believed to be the first proof grouping issued of the revised Augustus Saint-Gaudens design that was reworked substantially by Charles Barber in order to get it into a more normal coining mode which required one strike.…
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Coin 417 – 1908. No motto, Wells Fargo $20 St. Gaudens NGC MS-68

Coin Number 417 Incredible eye appeal and luster for this stunning gem. This is one of the finer examples from the immense Hoard of 9,900 gold coins found in Nevada that became known as the Wells Fargo Hoard of 1908 No Motto pieces. The surfaces…
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Coin 418 – 1909 $20 St. Gaudens PCGS Proof 67

Coin Number 418 Amazing quality and here is the first example of the Roman Finish that was introduced in 1909. The color is more lemony and lighter than the darker matte finish of prior years. The surfaces of the fields and devices are entirely…
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Coin 419 – 1913 $20 St. Gaudens NGC Proof 67

Coin Number 419 A total of 58 coins were struck in proof to represent this year. Fateful as it was, with the founding of the Federal Reserve, the year after the sinking of the Titanic and while the world was on the brink of the First World…
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Coin 420 – 1923-D $20 St. Gaudens PCGS MS-67+

Coin Number 420 This is the finest PCGS certified 1923-D double eagle, and the sole example that has earned the grade of MS-67+. The periphery is bathed in radiant yellow luster, with the centers showing a deeper russet gold color. Amazing…