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PCGS Graded Most Valuable Top 20 United States Coins Sold In 2022 (Warning: Serious Eye Candy)

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 Posted 02/02/2023  5:11 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add CCFPress to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
PCGS - PCGS notched one of its most stellar years on the auction circuit, as all the top 20 most valuable U.S. coins sold in 2022, as of the time of this printing, were graded and encapsulated by PCGS. The coins, more than half of which sold for over $1 million, include some of the rarest coins to cross the auction block. "It's a true testament to the industry-wide acceptance that the best coins end up in PCGS holders," said PCGS President Stephanie Sabin. "We are proud to see all 20 of the most valuable coins to trade hands in public auctions were all in PCGS holders. Auction houses know, just like dealers and collectors around the world, that PCGS holders offer superior security and maximize the value of their coins," added Sabin. "So, it makes sense that so many of the coins claiming headlining hammer prices are in our holders."

The list of the top 20 coins sold in 2022 reads like a "Who's Who" of rare coins and includes the following:

#1 1821 Capped Bust Half Eagle, PCGS PR65CAM


#2 1927-D Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, PCGS MS66


#3 1825/4/1 Capped Bust Half Eagle, PCGS PR67CAM


#4 1795 Draped Bust Eagle BD-3 9 Leaves, PCGS MS63+


#6 1804 Draped Bust Eagle Plain 4, PCGS PR63


#7 1796 Draped Bust Quarter Eagle No Stars, PCGS MS62+


#8 1874 Bickford $10 J-1373 Pattern, PCGS PR65+CAM+


#8 1861 Liberty Head Double Eagle, PCGS PR66DCAM


#9 1796 Draped Bust Quarter, PCGS MS66


#10 1860 Liberty Head Double Eagle, PCGS PR65+CAM


#11 1792 Disme J-10, PCGS SP64BN


#12 1907 $10 Indian Eagle Rolled Edge, PCGS MS67


#13 1875 Liberty Head Eagle, PCGS AU53


#14 1863 Liberty Head Double Eagle, PCGS PR65+CAM


#15 1793 Half Cent Cohen 3, PCGS MS66BN


#16 1885 Liberty Head Double Eagle, PCGS PR67DCAM


#17 (1839) Daniel Morgan at Cowpens Gold Medal Betts-593 Julian MI-7, PCGS SP63


#18 1924-S Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, PCGS MS67


#19 1792 Disme J-10, PCGS SP62BN


#20 1876-CC 20 Cent, PCGS MS65
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Out of my league too.
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Yes eye candy for sure. Anyone have a feeling why that Daniel Morgan medal brought in so much? It is gorgeous to be sure, but is there much of a market for those things? Out of my swim lane, so just trying to learn here.
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Unfortunately, I don't need any of them. I'll have to wait for the good stuff!
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 Posted 02/02/2023  6:32 pm  Show Profile   Check CarrsCoins's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add CarrsCoins to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
here is an article about that medal: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/daniel...ery-auction/
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Ok yes awesome thx for that info @carr!
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I wonder if I can find one on eBay or Esty..


Probably quite easily, but it would be harder to guarantee the authenticity.
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Stunning coins!
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Fantastic coins indeed.
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I can afford these! If they let me pay $10 a month with no interest. I would pay it off in 10,000 years. I'm good for it, really! Just let me have the coin first ;-)
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CarrsCoins: Thanks so much for the link on the Daniel Morgan at Cowpens Medal story. I'm sure that just made JK's whole year if not decade, finding that one in a box-O-stuff. I've heard him tell some pretty crazy discovery stories online and in person, like the 1795 time capsule from Massachusetts State house cornerstone "Sam Adams and Paul Revere items"
https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/book/540239

and his story of the broke guy living in a house with no roof (only a tarp over it) digging up a 1792 half disme in his tomato garden in New Jersey.
https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/book/560149

Go to around 10:22 in and watch from there, but the whole video is great. John goes on to tell some real doozies of the crazy stories on that 2005 EAC talk along with Mark Borckardt.

The fact the 1839 medal, in gold, a fairly soft metal, survived in such lofty condition as a SP63. Though it wasn't buried as suspected and it showed up in the original mint case wrapped in tissue paper helped I'm sure. "A wild find and real history!"
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