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Top Grade 1920 Saint Gaudens Sold at Regency Auction XXV

February 5, 2018

     The PCGS Members Only Show in Las Vegas featured the Regency Auction XXV hosted by Legend Rare Coin Auctions, a sale that typically includes top quality coins for the grade with rarity of the utmost importance. Highlighted was a 1920 $20 Gold Saint Gaudens in PCGS MS65 which brought $188,000. This is one of just two coins certified by PCGS at this top grade, and although the NGC population report has one certified in MS65+, it is reported to be this very same coin. In MS64 the Market value is $3,050 and in MS65 the new Market price is $92,500. With this extreme gap, it is likely that buyers will be searching for any MS64 coins that could upgrade to the MS65 level upon resubmission.

1920 $20 Gold Saint Gaudens PCGS MS65

1920 $20 Gold Saint Gaudens PCGS MS65 sold for $188,000 at the Legend Rare Coin Auctions Regency Auction XXV in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 25, 2018

     Also included in this sale was the 1852 Original Seated Dollar in PCGS PR65 CAC that sold for $129,250. It is the finest known of possibly only three coins in existence. The previous Market price of $73,500 has been adjusted up to $88,500, and the CAC value is now at $135,000. The following list contains some other highlights from the Regency XXV sale.

1852 Original Seated Dollar PCGS PR65 CAC

1852 Original Seated Dollar PCGS PR65 CAC sold for $129,250 at the Legend Rare Coin Auctions Regency Auction XXV in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 25, 2018

 
Date/Denomination
 
Grade
Price
Realized
1800 Half CentPCGS MS64 RB CAC$49,938
1814 Large Cent Crosslet 4PCGS MS65+ BN CAC$49,938
1915 Lincoln CentPCGS PR67 RB CAC$12,925
1871 Two CentPCGS PR66+ Red CAC$11,750
1866 Three Cent SilverPCGS MS67+ CAC$20,563
1869 Three Cent SilverPCGS MS67 CAC$28,200
1870 Three Cent SilverPCGS MS67 CAC$27,025
1915 Buffalo NickelPCGS PR68 CAC$34,075
1923 S Buffalo NickelPCGS MS65+ CAC$19,388
1925 S Buffalo NickelPCGS MS65 CAC$20,563
1795 Flowing Hair Half DimePCGS MS66 CAC$79,313
1921 D Mercury DimeNGC MS67 FB$23,500
1926 S Mercury DimePCGS MS66 FB CAC$24,675
1875 CC Twenty CentPCGS MS65 CAC$17,038
1812 Bust Half DollarPCGS MS65+ CAC$21,150
1836 Reeded Edge Half DollarPCGS MS64 CAC$64,625
1860 Seated Half DollarNGC PR67 CAM$24,675
1921 Walking Liberty HalfPCGS MS65$24,675
1893 $2 ˝ GoldPCGS PR67 DCAM CAC$47,000
1802/1 $5 Gold Heraldic EaglePCGS MS64+ CAC$76,375
1836 $5 Gold ClassicNGC MS65$52,875
1797 $10 Gold Heraldic EaglePCGS AU55$38,775

     The metals are holding steady with Gold currently at $1,334. Silver is at $16.74, however, premiums are very slender as silver supplies are typically in excess of current demand.










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