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These are just some of the notable coin auction results achieved by GreatCollections. This demonstrates the extensive bidder base that GreatCollections participating each week in our certified coin auctions. We also have our complete coin auction archive available, which now contains xxx,xxx coin auction records with high quality images.

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1924 Peace Silver Dollar NGC MS-65 OH at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
 
Typically a $100 coin in this grade, although this particular example is quite nice under the toning. It attracted multiple bidders to sell for 7 times the usual price.
Sold $790.88
 
 
At the time of the auction, the PCGS Price Guide was just $6,900. None have appeared in auction in this grade, and no MS-67s have appeared in almost 10 years. Peace Dollars have been bringing stronger and stronger prices for the high end market.
Sold $28,186.88
 
1926-S Peace Silver Dollar PCGS MS-66+ CAC at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
1895 Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS Proof-67+ CAMEO CAC (Toned) at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
 
Over 150 people tracking, over 5000 page views. This was a recently graded rarity that last traded for just $500 in 1960. The realization exceeded the PCGS Price Guide and set the all-time record for a Proof 1895 dollar.
Sold $205,312.50
 
 
Typically a $50-$60 coin, but this coin had attractive toning and was graded in the late 1980s by NGC. This type of NGC holder is sometimes called a "fatty".
Sold $1,139.62
 
1883-O Morgan Silver Dollar NGC MS-63 OH (Toned) at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
1944-D Washington Quarter PCGS MS-66 (Omaha Bank Hoard) at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
 
Typically a $50-$80 coin. Omaha Bank Hoard perhaps contributed, but the coin was superb. High end for a MS-66.
Sold $505.12
 
 
Typically a $60 coin, this is the first generation of PCGS holder - a "rattler" - which typically attract premium prices. This sold for a significant premium due to the quality (and old holder).
Sold $902.25
 
1945-S Mercury Dime PCGS MS-65 FB OGH (1st Gen) (Toned) at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
1883-O Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS-66 CAC (Toned) at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
 
PCGS Price Guide $400. Yes, it sold for almost 40 times the Price Guide value. A great example of the advantages of using GreatCollections to auction your coins.
Sold $15,936.75
 
 
PCGS Price Guide $2500. A premium example of this coin that attracted aggressive bidding.
Sold $5,250.38
 
1918-D Standing Liberty Quarter PCGS MS-66 at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
1880-S Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS-63 OGH (1st Gen - White Rattler) at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
 
A coveted White Rattler, which has the prefix 108xxxx - these are among the very first coins graded by PCGS back in 1986. Collectors are usually buying the holder, more than the coin in this case.
Sold $928.12
 
 
Typically a $1000 coin, this coin attracted significant bidding due to the toning. It was part of the Landmark Collection that GreatCollections sold in 2018.
Sold $12,106.12
 
1929 Standing Liberty Quarter NGC MS-66 ★ FH (Toned) at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
1940 Mercury Dime PCGS Proof-67 (CAC Gold Label) (Toned) at Greatcollections current Online Coin Auction
 
 
A PCGS Proof-67 of this date generally sells for about $250-$350. This brought 10 times the normal amount, due to the quality. CAC awarded a Gold CAC sticker, which means CAC believes the coin is under-graded. Bidders agreed!
Sold $2,925.00
 
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