Certification PCGS. This features very attractive rainbow hues in a textile pattern on both sides! The two leading third-party grading services are PCGS and NGC. We are also authorized submitters at ANACS, ICG, PMG, PCGS Currency, and NCS.
<p>Gorgeous 1879 50c Liberty Seated Half Dollar for sale in a PCGS PR 64 slab. The color is incredible on this coin. </p><p>Greysheet dealer bid (wholesale) in 64 is $1600, but with the color it’s worth quite a bit more. PR65 jumps to wholesale of $2750. </p><p>See PCGS TrueView photos for yourself and let me know if you have any questions. Please see my other auctions for other great US coins at wholesale prices. Thanks—</p>
1887 Seated Liberty Half. Nice Proof. Three coin dealers might agree on the grade of a coin if two of them were dead. One is a 1915-d penny in a BU holder described as a 1915-s. One is a high grade type one standing liberty quarter described as a type two.
Seated Liberty (1837-1891). Seated Liberty (1838-1891). Seated Liberty (1839-1891). Liberty (1883-1912). Gold - Fractional & Pioneer. Seated Liberty (1840-1873). Standing Liberty (1916-1930). Walking Liberty (1916-1947).
<p dir="ltr">1856 50C SEATED LIBERTY HALF DOLLAR PCGS & CAC PR-64+CAM! POP 1/ONLY 2 ^. <br>%0aA GORGEOUS AQUA BLUE RIM TONED COIN BOTH OBVERSE AND REVERSE!<br>%0aMIRRORS ARE INTACT. THIS COIN REALLY NEEDS TO BE SEEN IN HAND TO ACTUALIZE ITS TRUE ORIGINALITY AND BEAUTY. <br>%0aA SUPER RARE PROOF AND MOST CERTAINLY THE RAREST OF THE 1856'S!!<br>%0aCURRENTLY PART OF THE #1 1856 PROOF SET!(WITHOUT GOLD).</p>
The obverse has a more subdued frost, while the reverse is mildly reflective. 1872 50c PCGS Proof 62. We maintain a HUGE inventory of PCGS and NGC certified coins, many with the independent CAC approval.
Here is another quality selection from The Reeded Edge. This piece is no exception. All coins not graded by third party grading services will adhere to ANA grading standards. All other collectibles will be graded by prevailing standards in their respective hobbies.
But our ICG SP62 is the lone example minted from a different set of dies. And, as the PR30 CSA half evidences, collectors often just want an example of a particular issue, without great concern about the grade.