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YEAR CATEGORY GRADE SERVICE PRICE
Classic Head (1834-1839)
$2-1/2 Gold (Quarter Eagles)
$18,741 Add to Cart
Seated Liberty (1836-1873)
One Dollar (Silver)
$8,650 Add to Cart
1896
Morgan (1878-1921)
One Dollar (Silver)
MS-67 NGC $8,398 Add to Cart
1903 MS-67 PCGS $7,549 Add to Cart
OnHand
Liberty Head - Type III - (1877-1907)
$20 Liberty Double Eagles
MS-64 CERT $3,030 Add to Cart
OnHand
Liberty Head - Type III - (1877-1907)
$20 Liberty Double Eagles
MS-63 CERT $2,139 Add to Cart
OnHand
Saint Gaudens (1907-1933)
Saint Gaudens High Relief (1907)
MS-64 CERT $2,104 Add to Cart
OnHand
Saint Gaudens (1907-1933)
Top Level Mint State
MS-63 CERT $1,883 Add to Cart
Saint Gaudens (1907-1933)
Saint Gaudens High Relief (1907)
MS-64 CERT $1,820 Add to Cart
Saint Gaudens (1907-1933)
Saint Gaudens High Relief (1907)
MS-63 CERT $1,717 Add to Cart
Common
Saint Gaudens (1907-1933)
Saint Gaudens High Relief (1907)
MS-63 CERT $1,712 Add to Cart
1882-
Morgan (1878-1921)
Silver Type Coins (Testing)
MS-65 NGC $605 Add to Cart
1922
Commemorative Coins(Gold)
Commemoratives
MS-66 NGC Call For Price On Hold
1881
Liberty Head - Type III - (1877-1907)
$20 Gold (Double Eagles)
PR-65-DCAM PCGS Call For Price Available
Liberty Head - Type III - (1877-1907)
$20 Gold (Double Eagles)
MS-63 CERT $1,758 Add to Cart
Common
Indian Head (1908-1929)
$2-1/2 Gold (Quarter Eagles)
MS-63 CERT $659 Add to Cart
Common
Indian Head (1908-1929)
$2-1/2 Gold (Quarter Eagles)
MS-64 CERT $894 Add to Cart
Common
Indian Head (1908-1929)
$5 Gold (Half Eagles)
MS-63 CERT $1,379 Add to Cart
Common
Indian Head (1908-1929)
$5 Gold (Half Eagles)
MS-64 CERT $2,236 Add to Cart
Common
Indian Head (1907-1933)
$10 Gold (Eagles)
MS-63 CERT $1,223 Add to Cart
Common
Indian Head (1907-1933)
$10 Gold (Eagles)
MS-64 CERT $1,478 Add to Cart
Common
Liberty Head (1840-1907)
$2-1/2 Gold (Quarter Eagles)
MS-63 CERT $677 Add to Cart
Common
Liberty Head (1840-1907)
$2-1/2 Gold (Quarter Eagles)
MS-64 CERT $814 Add to Cart
Common
Liberty Head - With Motto (1866-1908)
$5 Gold (Half Eagles)
MS-63 CERT $696 Add to Cart
Common
Liberty Head - With Motto (1866-1908)
$5 Gold (Half Eagles)
MS-64 CERT $925 Add to Cart
Common
Liberty Head - With Motto (1866-1907)
$10 Gold (Eagles)
MS-63 CERT $1,248 Add to Cart
Common
Liberty Head - With Motto (1866-1907)
$10 Gold (Eagles)
MS-64 CERT $1,528 Add to Cart
Liberty Head - Type III - (1877-1907)
$20 Gold (Double Eagles)
MS-64 CERT $2,102 Add to Cart
Common
Liberty Head - Type I - (1849-1854)
One Dollar (Gold)
MS-63 CERT $678 Add to Cart
Common
Liberty Head - Type I - (1849-1854)
One Dollar (Gold)
MS-64 CERT $1,006 Add to Cart
Common
Indian Head - Type III - (1856-1889)
One Dollar (Gold)
MS-63 CERT $718 Add to Cart
Common
Indian Head - Type III - (1856-1889)
One Dollar (Gold)
MS-64 CERT $805 Add to Cart
Common
Three Dollars (1854-1889)
$3-$4 Gold
MS-63 CERT $5,599 Add to Cart
Common
Three Dollars (1854-1889)
$3-$4 Gold
MS-64 CERT $7,278 Add to Cart
1879
Stella (1879-1880)
$3-$4 Gold
PR-61 NGC Call For Price Available
1800
Draped Bust (1796-1807)
Half Dollars
AU-58 NGC Call For Price Available
1915 MS-66 NGC $2,332 Add to Cart
1915-S
Commemorative Coins(Gold)
Commemoratives
MS-65 NGC Call For Price On Hold
1798
Draped Bust (1795-1804)
One Dollar (Silver)
XF-40 PCGS $6,019 Add to Cart
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The year that appears on a coin, which is usually and legally the year of manufacture. There are some exceptions to this rule. A letter following the year indicates at which mint the coin was manufactured.
Category
List of U.S. rare coin types. Click on a coin's description for more information about the coin.
Grade
The condition or state of preservation of a coin. One of the main determining factors of value.
Service
With the exception of certain uncertified circulated coins, each coin sold by Blanchard and Company, Inc. has been graded by either the Professional Coin Grading Service (“PCGS”) or by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (“NGC”).
CAC
A coin that has been identified as a premium quality coin within any particular grade, using the superior standards set forth by CAC Founder, John Albanese. Just look for the CAC verification sticker.
Price
Rare U.S. coins price value is almost solely based on condition, demand and rarity.
Quantity
The number of coins in stock