By David Lawrence Rare Coin Internet Auctions ……
This week’s sale is full of incredible NGC-, PCGS- and CAC-approved items including a premium-quality 1935-S $1 PCGS/CAC MS66+, a flashy and boldly struck 1889 $3 PCGS Proof 63, and a choice original 1849-D $2 1/2 PCGS/CAC AU58.
Be sure to view these exquisite coins before the auction closes, Sunday, July 19.
First up is an 1834 25c PCGS Proof 64+. One of less than a dozen known examples, this fully struck near gem proof has stunning eye appeal. Beautiful reflective surfaces, especially on the reverse, and amazing rainbow toning on both sides make this coin a rare and exciting opportunity for the specialist. It has been given the PCGS+ designation for premium quality at the top end of the assigned grade.
Our second highlight coin is an 1815/2 50c NGC/CAC XF45 (OH). This lustrous, well-struck XF is the rarest regular issue coin in the Bust half dollar set, as the 1815/2 is the only collectible variety of the 1815 year. Only 47,150 coins were struck of this year, which is a fraction of the next lowest mintage issue in the series. This coin has earned CAC approval for quality at the grade.
The third highlight coin is an 1893-S $1 PCGS XF40. The key to the Morgan dollar date set in grades Good-MS65 with the exception of perhaps the Proof-only 1895. A nice and original example with light, even wear, this is a popular issue missing from many collections.
Some of the other highlights in this auction include:
- 1796 10c PCGS/CAC XF45 (JR-2)
- 1908-D 25c PCGS MS67+
- 1801 50c PCGS AU53 (Overton 102)
- 1837 50c NGC/CAC MS64 (GR-13)
- 1895-S $1 PCGS MS63 (OGH)
- 1902-O $1 PCGS MS67
- 1879 $3 NGC MS63
- 1842-C $5 PCGS VF25 (Small Date)
- 1851-O $20 PCGS AU58
- 1852-O $20 PCGS/CAC AU50
- 1867 $20 PCGS MS61
- 1877-CC $20 NGC AU53
- 1908-S $20 PCGS/CAC AU58
- 1925-S $20 PCGS AU58
- 1995-W Silver Eagle $1 NGC Proof 70 UCAM
There are many other key date David Lawrence Auction highlights, so be sure to browse all lots in this exciting new sale before it closes on Sunday, July 19.
If you have any questions about the key date specimens or any coins in this auction, or items for direct purchase, please call us at 800-776-0560, or send an email and we will get back to you immediately.
Thanks for browsing and participating in our auction!
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READY TO SELL A KEY DATE COIN OR COLLECTION? SELL IT TO DAVID LAWRENCE RARE COINS
David Lawrence Rare Coins always needs coins. When you are ready to sell, we’re here for you. David Lawrence offers three options that provide maximum flexibility to meet your needs while providing the highest quality personal service in the industry:
- You can sell your coins to us outright.
- You can consign your coins.
- You can participate in our Guaranteed Auction Program.
Special Consignment Offering
With DLRC’s Sunday Night Auctions, you can realize more money for your key date or or other rare coins with the quickest turnarounds and most flexible options available.
In an effort to help dealers continue to turn their inventory during this absence of coins shows and in an attempt to help collectors who are looking to turn some of their coins into cash or are just considering a great time to sell, we are offering some of the best consignment specials we’ve ever had at DLRC.
Through the end of June, we are offering the following options that can be combined, or adjusted for your specific needs:
For coins over $10,000, consign with a reserve and receive 90% or consign with no reserve and receive 92%.
Immediate Cash Advance
For collections over $10,000, receive an immediate cash advance of up to 75% on unreserved consignments.
We will get your coins to auction within three to five business days of receipt, ending in approximately two weeks.
Standard Terms That Still Apply:
- Coins from $1,000 to $10,000 – consign with a reserve and receive 85%; consign with no reserve and receive 90%
- No-fee guarantee – no listing fees, no imaging fees, and no buyback fees
- Fast payment – payment within 30 days of sale; for this promotion, we can accelerate payment to two weeks in most cases