Baer was the coin in the shop in a slab? If they were professionally graded at the upper end this coin can fetch a few hundred to over 1000. For that price the shop is saying its an MS 66 or better or they have high prices for what they deem a 65. Shops all price differently and some will over price everything or certain items quite a bit. You could get a 65 version of that on ebay for 60-80 bucks from what the completed showed on a brief check.
Some people will disagree with me but when it comes to raw unslabbed coins I could really care less what a dealer grades it at. Just because he says its a 66 or 67 doesn't mean if you sent it in to be slabbed and graded it would get that grade. I often feel they over grade their coins anyway when trying to sell and if they were so confident they would have sent it in to be graded as it would raise the price and make it easier to sell. So personally they can tell me its a 66 all day long but unless its in a PCGS
or NGC slab I'm not paying a 66 price for it. Theres just to many sources to get coins now with the internet where its very easy to shop around unless its an exceptionally rare coin.
Again people might disagree with me but personally once a coin gets into the $100+ range I will only buy slabbed coins anyway. To much risk for me for raw coins and I like the slabbed better for a couple reasons. Theyre easier to sell if I need to and they hold their value better, and I like to be able to handle them and look at them which the slab lets me do without harming the coin. Also a heads up PCGS
coins will carry a premium over other coins right now so all things being equal a 66 from PCGS
will be more expensive than one from NGC. NGC carries the 2nd best premium and ANACS has a small premium. ICG has virtually no premium but I would suggest sticking with PCGS
or NGC if you go the slabbed route (which again will anger some people) but they are the two biggest and are basically cornering the market at this point.