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A beautiful Gem example of this important San Francisco mint $5 Indian. The surfaces are very clean and mark free and the strike is outstanding. The luster and color are absolutely out of this world. The coin has gorgeous original iridescent gold color and tons of eye appeal. All $5 Indians are rare in Gem condition, with the San Francisco mint issue being especially rare. Tremendous quality and rarity!...

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      The Market Update

Velvet Tray March 2017

The market has good demand, but there are now very, very few coins on the market. We have a major supply problem. We feel this is absolutely one of the most high potential areas of the current coin market. These are all-time classic issues, and the prices seem very reasonable to us. Both the early (pre-1839) “Bust” coins and the Liberty Seated (1839-1891) issues have big demand. There are very few MS/PR65 or better coins available today, especially if with want attractive, high end coins with lots of eye appeal. And it has to be the right coin and the quality/eye appeal issue is extremely important. The right “look” is now bringing strong prices. What buyers want is original surfaces and great eye appeal. You have to be patient and buy great coins! The rare dates are doing well in all grades and prices are strong. The entire rare coin market has been moving...(read more)

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