Rare Coin Inventory: Bret Leifer was a public accountant for a number of years. This demonstrated attention to detail comes in handy in the selection of rare coins. Every coin listed is hand picked for lack of marks and eye appeal- that we would want for our own collection. All the other coins we buy end up in the inventories of the usual suspects!
|1881||$5 Liberty MS 65 NGC over looked Gem gold piece. These just are not found in great numbers. This piece is well struck and has bountiful pleasing original peripheral film on the coin. Coppery reddish color. bid is $4,000.||$3,590|
|sets||Franklin Half Dollar circulated set , along with a Walking Liberty half dollar set, and most of the Barber half dollar set-in old stlye Wayte Raymond beige boards. [4 coins missing]We would like these boards to go to a coin collector. The person who put these together stopped collecting in 1959. [the Franklin Set ends with that year also]||$4,290|
|set||A complete above average circulated set of Walking Liberty half dollars in Dansco album. A very nice circulated set of coins.||$1,650|
|1834||Bust Quarter MS 65 PCGS old green holder CAC. Approved. An incredible example of this difficult issue. A sparkling Gem with full frosted devices and a strong sharp strike on both sides of the coin.||$39,900|
|set||a complete Mercury Dime set, in folder. [1942/1 available XF by pcgs] wonderful collection.||$1,550|
$10 Indian MS 65 PCGS-CAC Approved. A knock-out Gem gold piece. The most breath-taking design of all coins, as desribed by some knowledgable numismatists. A better dated piece at a VERY FAIR price. A coin for the advanced collector. Not many of these exist like this.
|1909SVBD||Lincoln Cent- MS 64 RB. A light Hickory color as this coin was in a cardboard holder for 6 decades. 2 well hidden minor scratches keep this away from being a $5,500 item. A lovely near Gem axample of the most desirable Lincoln cent.||$1,750|
|1885-CC||Morgan Dollar MS 66 PCGS. Tremendous white clean cheek and clean surfaces highlight this desirable coin. One of the better dates in the series.||$2,750|
|1926||Buffalo Nickel MS 65 PCGS CAC- A needle sharp example. Looks drastically undergraded to us.||$210|
|1926-D||Buffalo Nickel, MS 63 PCGS. CAC Approved. A true difficult issue. We thought this coin would come back in an MS 64 holder. A Very original coin.||$1,195|
|1936||Original proof set. we cut the coins from the tissue paper. Cent PF 64 red, Buffalo Nickel-satin- Proof 66, Dime Proof 66, Quarter proof 65, Half proof 66. ""PCGS and CAC"" Original film and color still intact on the coins.||$10,950|
|1937||ORIGINAL proof set. another beauty, with light green overtones. Cent PF 66 Red, nickel 67, dime 67, quarter 66 half 67. All cut from the tissues. coins have light aqua greenish tone. All graded by PCGS with CAC stickers, just an amazing set of coins. Born in 1937 ??||$6,500|
|1929-S||Buffalo Nickel MS 65 CAC. another stellar coin. This piece has a golden cast to it probably from being in the Wayte Raymond board for decades.||$400|
|1868||Seated Dollar Proof 65 PCGS CAC approved. A superior gold blue toned piece highlighted by reds near the devices on both sides. A stunning coin from an original set put away by a local family. Would fit any advanced collection of silver type coins. Deep icy Mirrors. Wayte-Raymond style color--||$15,500|
20 cent piece MS 65 NGC, CAC Approved An old holder- square style., circa 1992. A magnificent piece with astonishing surfaces-, almost white with gleeming pizzazz. A Crisp well struck piece. We think it is probably an MS 66? worthy of an advanced collection.
|1864||Seated Dime PR65 NGC older square holder CAC Gorgeous multi-color piece that seems under graded to us. Golden yellow obverse fields and blues on the reverse. This coin could be housed in a PF 66 holder with no problem in our opinion. Civil War era coin. Very Low mintage of only 470 coins. -Undergraded-||$3,850|
|1864||Seated Half Dime PF 64 PCGS. mintage only 470. A nice original toned piece,||$925|
|1937||Walking Liberty Half. MS 66 PCGS CAC. An amazing original coin. Full strike, natural gray color with abundant luster produced by sitting in a cardboard Wayte Raymond board for 70 years.||$450|
|1937-D||Walking Liberty Half MS 65 PCGS CAC part of the year set for those born in 1937. Glorious surfaces, edge toning from the sulfur board. Magnificent.||$725|
|1937-S||Walking Liberty Half MS 65 PCGS CAC- The final coin from this year set. All these coins were placed in the board by a customers grandmother. She collected in the 1920-s through 1958. An amazing array of originality-in coin form.||$655|
|1942-S||Walking Liberty Half MS 65 PCGS CAC. A well struck example for the San Francisco mint. This coin was in the same board as the 1937 set above. A delicious piece of cake.||$525|
|1937||Walking Liberty Half Proof 65+ PCGS CAC- Gorgeous original super Gem. Strike is excellent and the fields are mostly white with traces of color and very lustrous. The condition is what you would want in a coin graded 66.||$975|
|1939||Walking Liberty Half Proof 66 NGC A matching coin with the 1937. It came from the same group. This large piece of coin Americana. CAC Approved.||$675|
Walking Liberty Half Dollar Proof 65 by PCGS Original This is indication of full originality; no distracting marks or scuffs. Put away long time ago and CAC approved.
|1846||Seated Dime AU 50 PCGS - A super Nice example of this important date. The total mintage was only [31,300 coins]. This piece has VERY original steely gray color with no distracting marks whatsoever. A pleasing stars obverse type coin of this very rare and desirable item.||$8,250|
|1878 7tf||Morgan Dollar PCGS MS 63. We were lucky to buy an original roll from a collector who stopped collecting in 1964. These are the real McCoy! White coins with abundant original LUSTER. The man who bought these coins lived in San Francisco in the 1930's-- 1950's. Obvious eye popping original dripping white luster that looks like an 1881-S. Very frosted cheek. Seems like a good value for the collector. We also have a few similar 1878-s MS 63 pieces @ $110.||$145|
|1881-S||Morgan Dollar MS 66+ PCGS Another superior piece. Exceptionally clean cheek with swirling luster everywhere. Very crescent rainbow color CAC Approved looks like a 67 to us.||$395.|
|1884||Morgan Dollar MS 66+ PCGS. Very nice superb Gem with buff clean cheek and incredible original luster. From a collection put together in the early 1980's. CAC Approved.||$1,400|
|1900-o/cc||Very neat Morgan Dollar coin. MS 65+ PCGS with a CAC sticker. Tough item this nice. Put away 28 years ago by an astute collector. A lovely steely quality.||$2,800|
|1924||Peace Dollar. MS 66 NGC A superior example of the type. Tremendous white frost everywhere over clean surfaces. One coin out of twenty rolls. A true masterpiece of a silver dollar for the collector.||$595|
$3 Princess PCGS MS 65. Nice flashy boomer from Old West Era dated piece. In a family for generations. The way you would want it to look. The coin has that new paint luster finish to it. undergraded in our opinion. CAC in an old green doily holder. A frightening flashy gold coin.
5 Cent, first year of issueXF 45 PCGS CAC approved. A competely original well struck coin. Off the market for many years. This half-dime looks AU to us. A superior example of the type. No distracting marks or scuffs, whatsoever-justa bit of honest wear. All the eagles feathers are quite visible and sharp.
|1927||$2.5 Indian MS 64 PCGS,. A great coin- super phopherescent talc-like white luster surrounds both surfaces. At first glance, this coin looks like an MS 65. white luster everywhere, with a splash of burnished toning on an edge. in our opinion and fully original. CAC Approved.||$1,090|
|1932||$10 Indian MS 65 NGC Another VERY choice uncirculated eagle. This one coined in the Indian design. This early Philadelphia minted coin has a slightly reddish gold color with original white luster in the hair curls, headdress and face of the Indian. Satiny clean surfaces. From an old time collection.||$3,550|
|1904||$20 Liberty MS 64+ PCGS. A superior Gem example of the double eagle. The premiums on these have way gone down, too far in our opinion. This Very Nice Gem with booming circular luster and clean surfaces is definitely a keeper. Much better quality than usually encountered.||$2,350|
|1906||$20 Liberty MS 65 PCGS. A very choice uncirculated original example of the type. A Better dated piece from the end of the issue. An Extremely original pink gold and frosty coin. This is a keeper. CAC approved||$46,500|
$20 Double Eagle MS 64 PCGS; Seems like a VERY Fair price. A nicer example of the type that is not a 1904 CAC Approved
|1924||$20 St. Gaudens. MS 66 PCGS Lovely very old coin from a hoard. With Motto variety. Exceptionally clean and lustrous. The high points of the coin are sharp and crisp. We think if re-submitted, it could be a plus. Swirling luster.||$2,950|
|1925||$20 St. Gaudens MS 65 PCGS Gorgeous reddish gold. Talc-like white luster highlights the devices most prevalent on the legs. A full strike on both sides of the coin. CAC Approved||$3,075|
|1927||$20. St Gaudens MS 65 PCGS CAC Approved Superb white lustrous Gem Plus example of the $20 Gold piece. A super nice lustrous addition to the collection. The coin looks wet with white talc frost everywhere. Just an amazing example of what many refer to as the most beautiful of all gold coins. This coin is really an MS 66 in an old Green holder, [In our opinion] If you want to own a true highlight gold coin, to keep on your desk to look at, This Is It!||$3,250|
|Proof Sets||Original sets - 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958 available!||$ bid/ask|
|Gold Type Set||
8-Piece Gold Type Set All graded MS63 - Picked one at a time by Bret Leifer. Price is extremely fair.
|Gold Type Set||8-Piece Gold Type Set MS64 - Hand-picked by Bret Leifer. These sets are super nice... ONE SET IN STOCK||$11,000 -$13,450|
|-||Rolls of 20 franc gold pieces, napoleons, Swedish 20 Krona, Ceres, roosters, etc. - Great prices . Remember---we Buy or Trade your coins||$ call|
BU Rolls of Morgan Dollars Monsters from new hoard - (Also, Franklin Half GEM ROLLS around ) Roosevelt 10 cent and Washington 25cents more original proof sets too...