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$10 Proof 66 Liberty Gold Coin

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1855 Kellogg Re-Strike Liberty Coin
gold coins 1855 Kellogg Re-strikes

1878 Proof 66 Morgan
gold coins 1878 Proof 66 Morgan

1861 10 cent Proof 66
gold coins 1861 10 cent Proof 66

Former Rare Proof U.S. Coins We Have Owned1804 Proof Gold Liberty Coin

Classic U.S. Mint Gold & Silver Proof Coins are a piece of American history that collectors and investors have enjoyed viewing and owning since before the Civil War. Some of them are so rare that only a few exist today and they are oftentimes extremely valuable. For example, an 1804 Proof $10 (Eagle) sold for five million dollars on September 26, 2007, one of only four known examples in the world. This one graded Proof 65 Ultra Cameo (with star designation) from NGC. The more people who desire to own rarities like the 1804 Proof Eagle, the greater prices will rise over time.

Classic Proof Gold is without a doubt the creme de la creme of numismatics due to their rarity, beauty, and value. We have owned and sold several different Proof Gold coins over the years that may not have been five million dollars, but they have brought impressive sums due to their incredible rarity and desirability.

1903 Proof 66 Gold Liberty Coin

Shown left is a 1903 $10 Liberty Head in graded by NGC in Proof 66 plus. It is the only one known in this lofty grade and there are only two proof 67s known. Its size and flash certainly makes it one of the finest coins we've ever handled, it is the epitome of numismatic craftsmanship and had a mintage of only 96 coins!

1903 U.S. Proof Gold Liberty coin




Gem Proof 1855 Gold Shipwreck $50 CoinShown here is an impressive, modern-minted Proof struck using recovered gold from the 1857 shipwreck of the SS Central America. Known as the 1855 Kellogg $50 S.S. Central America Commemorative Restrike, these coins weigh 2 1/2 ounces of pure gold recovered off the coast of South Carolina in 7,200 feet of water. The San Francisco Mint restruck these out of original Kellogg & Co. gold bars. These are impressive coins indeed, yet relatively affordable given their beauty and high gold content. Only 5,000 of these coins were ever issued.

Gem Proof 1855 Gold Restrik from the SS Central America

Proof Silver 66 MorganHere is a Proof-66 Silver 1878 Morgan Dollar coin with incredibly blue color on the obverse. It is a stunning example of a Morgan Dollar from the first year of issue. Only 500 of these proofs were ever minted and this is one of the finest example you'll find in the world that has survived - especially in this condition.

U.S. Proof Silver 66 Morgan coin

Proof 66 1861 Seated Liberty One Dime Coin This Proof-66 1861 Seated Liberty Dime is a gorgeous specimen. It has remarkable champagne toning with a hints of blue and green. The designer was Christian Gobrecht and the metal composition is 90% silver and 10% copper. The Seated Liberty design appeared on most of the regular-issue silver denominations from 1836 through 1891, and we believe Proof examples in high grades are excellent values in the marketplace today.

Proof 66 1861 Seated Liberty One Dime