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Issue year(s):
1900 - 1909

 

LIBERTY HEAD (MOTTO ON REVERSE) FIVE DOLLARS OR HALF EAGLE

 

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1903-S $5 Liberty. NGC graded all MS-65. Outstanding Gems for the connoisseur of this series! Lot of 4 coins (PCGS # 8408) . Estimated Value $10,800 - 11,200. Categories:

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1901-S $5 Liberty. NGC graded all MS-65. Light golden toning. Lot of 3 coins (PCGS # 8404) . Estimated Value $8,100 - 8,400. Categories:

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1900 $5 Liberty. NGC graded all MS-65. All are lightly toned and well struck, all outstanding Gems. Lot of 4 coins (PCGS # 8400) . Estimated Value $10,800 - 11,200. Categories:

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1900 $5 Liberty. NGC graded all MS-65. All well struck and mostly untoned. Lot of 4 coins (PCGS # 8400) . Estimated Value $10,800 - 11,200. Categories:

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1899 $5 Liberty. NGC graded all MS-65. Lightly toned and well struck. Lot of 4 coins (PCGS # 8398) . Estimated Value $10,800 - 11,200. Categories:

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1899 $5 Liberty. NGC graded all MS-65. Frosty and well struck. A remarkable offering to see so many Gems all in one group. Lot of 4 coins (PCGS # 8398) . Estimated Value $10,800 - 11,200. Categories:

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1899 $5 Liberty. NGC graded all MS-65. Untoned. Blazing gems one and all! Lot of 4 coins (PCGS # 8398) . Estimated Value $10,800 - 11,200. Categories:

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1908 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Nice golden toning on this last year of issue example. Full glowing mint luster, the color of frosted gold. Where a collector might expect to see some deviation in the sharp relief, mainly in the centers of the coin where the design sometimes failed to comple ...

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1908 $5 Liberty. NGC graded both MS-65. The mostly bright-gold surfaces on these two Gems display modest, yet pleasing cartwheel luster effects as the light streams over the surface. Lot of 2 coins (PCGS # 8418) . Estimated Value $5,400 - 5,600. Categories:

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1907-D $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. The surfaces are radiant and each side has a nice veneer of golden patina that whips and tosses as it alternates between lighter and darker shades. Almost always, a bold impact was left by dies on these early 20th century dates; that is true also of this ye ...

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1907-D $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Golden toning, warm and beautiful. This boldly detailed representative with sleek, bright metallic frosted features (PCGS # 8417) . Estimated Value $2,700 - 2,800. Categories:

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1907-D $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Nice golden toning and luster that has even more than the usual vigor one expects in a Gem BU Liberty $5. We have handled a fair number of business strikes Gems that come close to perfection, and this is an amost-pristine example. Both sides are richly fros ...

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1907 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Both sides display an exceptional frosty sheen and dazzling satiny brilliance, being predominately light pinkish-gold with a touch of radiance throughout (PCGS # 8416) . Estimated Value $2,700 - 2,800. Categories:

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1906-D $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. After 43 years serving as a government assay office since 1863, the facility that used to house the private gold minter Clark, Gruber and Company was converted into the Denver Mint. The mint opened for business in February 1906. Half Eagles from mint, the 1 ...

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1906 $5 Liberty. PCGS graded AU-58. Attractive subdued golden tones can be seen here and there on both sides. A Premium Quality coin for the grade (PCGS # 8413) . Estimated Value $300 - 350. Categories:

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1906 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Light golden toning. After seeing a number of "just miss" close-to-gems, we wished to expel your ennui and physical fatigue by describing this handsome 1906 for what it is: a highly glossy Gem that has satiny patina whose brilliance seems to stretch to the ho ...

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1905 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Toned gem. Velvety to satin-like fields almost stagger under the weight of its highly lustrous gold color. Any hint of weakness at that is typically seen is missing on this sharply struck 1905, with the key central areas strongly hit by the dies (PCGS # 8411) ...

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1904 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Frosty with rich golden toning. Fully pulsating with lovely patina, gemmy frost, and the devices are free of bothersome striking incompleteness. Struck with exactitude by the dies. If physical fitness is your gospel, then this handsome 1904 half eagle is the ...

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1903-S $5 Liberty. NGC graded all MS-65. Lovely satiny luster on all of these. Lot of 3 coins (PCGS # 8408) . Estimated Value $8,000 - 8,500. Categories:

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1902-S $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Rich golden toning. Strong metal flow augments the already showy mint luster that covers the surfaces of this Gem, giving the coin a brand new, glowing appearance. The mint brilliance is only broken up by a rare overlay of beautiful pale patina (PCGS # 8406 ...

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1902-S $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Light golden toning, a gem which would grade a point higher but for a faint hairline in the left obverse field. The luster on 1902-S is like that seen on 1901-S, bright, gleaming, everything that will thrill an audience of bidders in the room (PCGS # 8406) ...

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1901-S $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. The surfaces glisten with sun-bright golden color that will make your head spin. In the period in which this coin was made, just after the turn of the 20th century, weak strikes were a thing of the past in the half eagle series. That is why it is a pleasure ...

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1901-S $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Nice golden color. Strong metal flow augments the already showy mint luster that covers the surfaces, giving the coin a brand new, glowing appearance. The mint brilliance is only broken up by an rare overlay of pale patina. As far as the strike goes, puttin ...

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1901-S $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Rich golden toning. The surfaces are almost always sleek and glowing on Mint State 1901-S half eagles and eagles, and here we can report a healthy show of beautiful gold color as well. There is vivid toning. Gem-quality surfaces throughout. Yes, a very conv ...

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1901 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Mainly brilliant. Well struck with smooth, velvety luster and Gem quality on both sides. A great deal of discussion also surrounds a coin's strike. This 1901-P has exceptional detail with no sign of weakness to the curls or at the eagle (PCGS # 8402) . Estima ...

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1900 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Nice golden toning. Intoxicatingly fresh luster, virtually undiminished mint frost that is fresh, original, spot-free. On the heels of such active luster, we are pleased to describe a coin faithful to every detail from a full blow by the dies, as well (PCGS # ...

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1899 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Well struck with a hint of gold tone. A solid example of an fresh, original gold Liberty half eagle with no abrasions or marks. Fully struck in all areas includes pinpoint detailing on the tips of the feathers in the eagle and a bold shield. The luster whirls ...

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1899 $5 Liberty. NGC graded both MS-65. Both high quality gems. Lot of 2 coins (PCGS # 8398) . Estimated Value $5,400 - 5,500. Categories:

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1897 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Sharply struck with exceptionally clean surfaces and thick brilliant mint frost. Subtly variegated waves in the luster add even more to the overall attractiveness of this high grade piece (PCGS # 8394) . Estimated Value $2,700 - 2,800. Categories:

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1897 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Well struck and frosty. The surfaces on this handsome Gem are judged by us to be bright gold in color, and quite lustrous, with the grade confirming its terrific quality. Don't expect the usual halfhearted impression left by the striking of the (sometimes wor ...

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1895 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Fresh and original, as befits a coin in which the surfaces are awash in rich reddish-gold color. This is a strongly struck Gem, including nice detail to all the important high points. If your Type Set aches for a coin that is larger than life, then we suggest ...

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1893 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. The devices were struck squarely on the dot at the required force by the dies leaving all design elements plain and clear-cut. Aesthetically tempting and as fine a looking Gem-65 with full strike as you are apt to see of the 1893-P issue, and all the while sa ...

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1893 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Even toning. A beauty, and a solid Gem, with nice snappy reddish golden color on frosted surfaces free of discoloration (PCGS # 8383) . Estimated Value $2,700 - 2,800. Categories:

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1885-S $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. The fully brilliant example we now hand over bidders beats (from a technical angle) practically all of the 1885-S $5s that have passed through the various grading services. A remarkable impression, the design imprinted by the stamp of the dies that struck t ...

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1885 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Lovely golden toning. The surfaces seem to dance from side to side with boiling warm color, and quite lustrous. Our observation of the luster ends but we could expand on it into a lengthy dissertation. Pertaining to the devices, this Gem was struck with the s ...

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1881 $5 Liberty. NGC graded AU-58. Choice surfaces (PCGS # 8354) . Estimated Value $225 - 250. Categories:

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1881 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-62. Frosty and well struck (PCGS # 8354) . Estimated Value $375 - 400. Categories:

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1881 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. It is not all that common to find a Gem Half Eagle struck in the 1880s, but the lucky bidder will instantly recognize this as a rich orange-gold coin that is leaps and bounds ahead of a more normal specimen. The strike is strong, too, with clear definition to ...

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1881 $5 Liberty. NGC graded MS-65. Well struck and mostly untoned. The surfaces gleam with desirable mint bloom so often lacking in lesser grade half eagles of the period. More to the point, the luster is full and complete. Sharply impressed by the dies, as well, the coin displays no weakness ...

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1880 $5 Liberty. NGC graded Proof 67 Cameo. A fully struck, superb gem cameo Proof. The obverse is virtually flawless. The reverse has a minute lint mark in the field above the wreath and several tiny pits that are under the finish and as made. This example is pristine, with great eye appeal. ...

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1879 $5 Liberty. PCGS graded Proof 64 Deep Cameo Plus. CAC Approved. In a new PCGS Secure Shield holder. A lovely gem coin that should be PR65DCAM. Only 30 proofs minted. Pop 1; the finest gold DCAM graded at PCGS. Struck with preciseness only now and then found on Proofs of this vintage, the ...

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1874 $5 Liberty. PCGS graded EF-45. Only 3,488 pieces struck. Well struck and mostly untoned with luster still evident. Pop 9 (PCGS # 8333) . Estimated Value $1,350 - 1,450. Categories:

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1873 $5 Liberty. Closed 3. NGC graded AU-53. Lightly toned, a lustrous example of this scarcer issue. Between 1861 and 1879, when gold "parity" was restored to U.S. paper money, mintage of gold coins was restricted. Moreover, people rarely saw actual gold coins in circulation in those years. M ...

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1907 $5 Liberty. PCGS graded MS-65. Lovely light golden toning. Boldly struck Gem whose luster dances across the surface unimpeded. Pop 82; 16 finer in 66 (PCGS # 8416) . Estimated Value $2,500 - 2,600. The Cypress Estate. Categories:

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1906-S $5 Liberty. PCGS graded MS-64. Light even gold toning. Uncommonly smooth with fully bright metallic, golden-rose features. Pop 29; 16 finer (PCGS # 8415) . Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,350. Categories:
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