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Record Coin Prices for NGC Graded Coins at GreatCollections

GreatCollections features NGC graded coins in our auctions each week and have sold many at record prices (some of which are listed below). We currently have 3,704 NGC certified coins in our auctions available for bidding with professional images of every lot.

NGC is a leading third-party grading service based out of Sarasota, Florida with additional offices in major cities around the world. GreatCollections is an authorized submitter and dealer at NGC and regularly submits coins for grading on behalf of our consignors.

Over the years, GreatCollections has auctioned some amazing collections of NGC graded coins as well as coins pedigreed from well-known collectors such as Eliasberg, Pittman, Garrett and more . Also coins recovered from Shipwrecks, also graded by NGC are regular featured at GreatCollections. NGC originally graded all of the coins recovered from the S.S. Republic shipwreck.

These are just a small selection of the NGC certified coins we have auctioned at GreatCollections. We have sold over 246,650 NGC graded coins since 2011 at GreatCollections. All of our NGC coin auction prices are public record and we maintain a Complete Auction Archive, which is searchable by coin denomination, series and even grading service/grade. GreatCollections offers free coin appraisals. For more information, please contact us.

China Year 3 (1911) Silver Large Tailed Dragon Dollar Pattern L&M-33 NGC Proof-65 (Toned)
K-226; KM-Pn309. Exceedingly rare being one of the only Flying Dragon Dollar patterns not to have been presented at auction in the last ten years. Very similar in appearance to the adopted design but featuring a much bushier full tail end. Incredibly well preserved with full envelope toning over each side belying its untouched state. One of only two examples to be given a proof designation, the finest certified example overall by a full two points and likely one of the finest extant. Deep royal blue hues are present along the rim on each side contrasted nicely with golden yellow and orange highlights around the devices. A fresh and unfettered example of one of the rarest late Qing pieces to come to the open market in quite some time. From the Cherrywood Collection.
Sold $511,875.00
($455,000.00 hammer)
April 21, 2019
1879 Four-Dollar Gold Piece Flowing Hair Stella NGC Proof-65+ UC CAC
Major rarity, superb Ultra Cameo that ranks in one of the strongest Ultra Cameo that we've seen. CAC approved.
Sold $222,187.50
($197,500.00 hammer)
April 26, 2020
China Year 3 (1911) Silver Long Whiskered Dragon Dollar Pattern L&M-29 NGC SP-64 (Toned)
K-223b; KM-Pn305; WS-0040. An extremely rare and important member of the Flying Dragon Dollar pattern series. Missing from many major collections and with only seven pieces having been graded. The finest certified specimen example at NGC. Old envelope toning throughout showing deep toning over much of the obverse with a lighter sheen on the reverse. Both sides showing strong underlying luster and orange and blue highlights in the protected areas in the devices. A coin sure to take a place of prominence in the collection it enters. From the Cherrywood Collection.
Sold $199,687.50
($177,500.00 hammer)
April 21, 2019
1776 Continental Currency CURRENCY, Pewter Double Struck NGC MS-64 CAC
From the Sedona Collection Part IV. Newman 2-C CURRENCY Variety. All Continental Dollars are rare, and those in superb Mint State condition infrequently appear on the market. This particular example was double struck and can be seen on the reverse label containing WE ARE ONE. CAC approved. Exceedingly rare.
Sold $154,687.50
($137,500.00 hammer)
August 26, 2018
1796 Draped Bust Quarter NGC MS-63 (Toned)
A superb rarity from the Benson Collection, with attractive edge toning. First year of issue and one-year type coin. Rarely seen this nice.
Sold $144,100.00
($131,000.00 hammer)
July 20, 2014
1907 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle MCMVII. High Relief, Flat Edge NGC MS-67
Sold $110,000.00
($100,000.00 hammer)
March 18, 2012
China 1994 Gold 500 Yuan Panda PAN-217A NGC Proof-69 UC (AGW = 4.9947 oz.)
Fr-B3; KM-619. From a mintage of only 99 pieces, edge serial #07. Tied with five other examples as the finest certified.
Sold $101,291.62
($90,037.00 hammer)
April 21, 2019
1915-S Panama-Pacific Exposition $50 Gold, Octagonal NGC MS-64 CAC
A superb CAC example of this classic U.S. issue from 1915. Minted in San Francisco, the Octagonal Slug was issued to commemorate the Panama Pacific Exposition. The coin is well struck with some original gold luster present. Only 645 coins were minted of this issue in the Octagonal format, with less suriving over the past 95 years. The high face value, the even higher issue price and the limited availability has ensured an aura surrounding the $50 pieces from the set. To put things in perspective in 1915: a new car cost $390 and a new house just $3,395. The price of gold was fixed at $20.67 an ounce, and the Boston Red Sox won the World Series.
Sold $88,000.00

April 15, 2012
1907 Indian Gold Eagle No Motto NGC MS-68
Sold $95,810.00
($87,100.00 hammer)
July 30, 2017
China Year 3 (1911) Silver 50 Cents Pattern L&M-39 NGC MS-63 (Toned)
K-228; Y-30; WS-0047. The rare Half Dollar companion to the widely adopted Flying Dragon Dollar type. Deeply toned on both sides with strong luster showing itself through golden orange highlights around the devices. From the Cherrywood Collection.
Sold $96,750.00
($86,000.00 hammer)
April 14, 2019
1915-S Panama-Pacific Expostion $50 Gold, Octagonal NGC MS-64
Sold $88,000.00
($80,000.00 hammer)
July 19, 2015
Complete 2007-W through 2016-W First Spouse $10 Gold Set with Extras NGC MS-69 & MS-70/Proof-69 & Proof-70 UC (88 Coins)
A complete set of this mostly low mintage series. Each coin is 0.5 oz. of gold, and includes MS and Proofs of every issue. Most are graded NGC MS-70/Proof-70 (72 coins graded MS-70/Proof-70, 16 coins graded MS-69/Proof-69). The complete set is 82 coins, extra Liberty coins of Jefferson, Jackson and Van Buren in MS-70 and Proof-70, to make 88 coins.
Sold $88,312.50
($78,500.00 hammer)
June 21, 2020
1895 Morgan Silver Dollar NGC Proof-66 (Toned)
Sold $82,698.75
($73,510.00 hammer)
January 27, 2019
1885-CC Morgan Silver Dollar NGC MS-68 CAC OH (Toned)
From the Ultimate Collection of Rattlers and Old Holders.
Sold $81,562.50
($72,500.00 hammer)
January 19, 2020
China ND (1910) Silver Dollar Pattern L&M-24 NGC Proof-64 (Toned)
K-219; WS-0036. An impressive and beautifully toned example of this rare pattern type, made all the more desirable being only one of six pieces to be graded as a proof striking. Old envelope toned on both sides showing vibrant golden yellow, orange, cobalt and plum hues throughout each side. The second finest proof striking, being the finest at NGC. From the Cherrywood Collection.
Sold $79,950.12
($70,789.00 hammer)
April 21, 2019
China 1992 Platinum 100 Yuan Inventions & Discoveries Series 1 Set KM-PS37 NGC Proof-69 UC (APtW = 4.995 oz.) (5 Coins)
Sold $75,937.50
($67,500.00 hammer)
September 15, 2019
1907 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle MCMVII. High Relief, Wire Edge NGC MS-66 CAC
Sold $74,250.00
($67,500.00 hammer)
February 24, 2013
1896 Liberty Gold Double Eagle NGC Proof-64+ UC CAC
From the Catskill Collection.
Sold $73,350.00
($65,200.00 hammer)
June 21, 2020
1806 Capped Bust Right Gold Half Eagle Round 6 BD-6 NGC MS-64+ CAC
With 7 & 6 Stars.
Sold $73,265.62
($65,125.00 hammer)
June 23, 2019
1895 Morgan Silver Dollar NGC Proof-66 (Toned)
Sold $73,125.00
($65,000.00 hammer)
October 21, 2018
1915-S Panama-Pacific Exposition $50 Gold, Octagonal NGC MS-62
Sold $64,000.00

April 08, 2012
1915-S Panama-Pacific Expostion $50 Gold, Octagonal NGC MS-61 OH (CAC Gold Label)
Sold $70,323.75
($62,510.00 hammer)
August 09, 2020
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dime NGC MS-66 ★ (Toned)
Sold $67,100.00
($61,000.00 hammer)
July 30, 2017
China 1994 G1000Y Gold Lunar Series - Dog #79 NGC Proof-69 UC (AGW = 11.9878 oz.)
Fr-B64; KM-650. An exceedingly rare modern Chinese rarity with a total mintage of only 99 pieces (and more than likely a much smaller number exists today). The lunar animal design is based on a mid eighteenth century painting of a Tibetan Mastiff by Giuseppe Castiglione from his Ten Prized Dogs series. Only a scant six examples of this type have been certified by NGC and PCGS with this piece being tied with two others as the finest certified. A seldom offered rarity which has only appeared at auction a few times in the past decade.
Sold $67,624.88
($60,111.00 hammer)
April 21, 2019
Important 1908-1929 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle Complete Set NGC MS-64 (1911-D is NGC MS-64+ CAC) (15 Coins)
A superb MS-64 Indian Quarter Eagle set graded by NGC. The key, 1911-D is graded NGC MS-64+ CAC, and the 1914 is graded NGC MS-64 CAC. The 1909, 1911, 1912, 1915 and 1928 are also verified by CAC. This is a rare offering as a complete set, but also of the quality of the coins. The 1911-D is particularly special and is one of the finest we have handled.
Sold $66,000.00
($60,000.00 hammer)
August 28, 2011