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23 Oct '15

1964-2014 PDS Kennedy Half Dollar Set Includes Proofs & Varieties

Stunning Complete 1964-2014

179 Coin Kennedy Half Dollar Set
This is one of the finest Kennedy sets ever put together.  Every coin was individually hand selected for strike, brilliance and eye appeal, taking years to put together.  All of the coins are brilliant white and grade gem brilliant or gem proof plus in quality.  Every business and proof Kennedy Half Dollar minted is contained in this set.  It includes all of the silver proof issues from 1992-2014, 1964 NGC Certified Proof 65  Accented Hair, NGC 1979 S Proof 69 Ultra Cameo Type II, NGC 1981 S Proof 69 Ultra Cameo Type II, 1998 two piece Robert Kennedy Matte Finish Commemorative set and 2014 four piece 50th Anniversary set.  Many of the proof coins are deep mirror proof cameos. 170 piece set is housed in a Dansco Album, 1964 Accented hair, 1979 & 1981 Types II's are in NGC certified coin holders,  1998 Robert F. Kennedy commemorative set and 2014 50th Anniversary set are in pristine boxes with COA's. A one of a kind, must have collection!!!



1964-2014 Kennedy Half Dollar Set

02 Mar '14

1857 O Rare PCGS Type One Liberty Head Double Eagle Twenty Dollar Gold Coin

The 1857 O New Orleans Twenty Dollar Double Eagle Gold Piece was made famous by the discovery of the S.S. Republic. The Republic left New York on October 18, 1865 bound for New Orleans. She was carrying passengers and a cargo of $400,000 in coins, mostly in gold $10 and $20 pieces, intended for use as hard currency after the Civil War. At 4 pm on October 25, 1865, she sank. In August 2003, the wreck of the Republic was located by Odyssey Marine Exploration, Inc., a commercial archaeology company in Tampa, Florida. She was found about 100 miles southeast of Savannah, Georgia, in about 1,700 feet (500 meters) of water. A salvage effort recovered about one-third of the rare 19th century gold and silver coins carried aboard, worth an estimated $75 million. Included in the recovery were three uncirculated 1857 O's to bring the number of uncirculated 1857 O's to six known. The 1857 O is rare in any condition and slightly less rare than the 1858 O. PCGS estimates that there are only 209 pieces known.