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A third example proffered by Certified Asset Management International is an 1896 Morgan $1 PF 68 ULTRA CAMEO NGC, with estimated value of $35,000, Higgins elaborates further, “As the 1890s unfolded, the Philadelphia Mint seemed to master their technique in producing proof silver coins. Many show exceptional frost and pristine surfaces, as the collectors also learned how to maintain the surfaces without cleaning their coins. Today some of these 1890s silver coins are simply stunning for their colorful tones and superb surfaces. This example is one of 6 with the Star designation with only 1 certified higher in NGC.” This 50th annual show features over 200 dealers in US and world coins, currency, stamps, ancients, jewelry and collectibles, seminars, supplies, exhibits and young collector activities. Free numismatic gifts will be given to the first 300 attendees per day!  The expo will be held March 1-3, 2013 at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino, 2411 W. Sahara, Las Vegas, NV and opens Friday at 10am to 6pm. Saturday hours are 10am to 6 pm, Sunday opens at 10am and closes at 3pm.  Dealer set-up and early bird entry hours are Thursday, February 28 from 2pm to 7pm.  
Rare Coins Spotlighted at the 50th Las Vegas Numismatic Society Coin Show The Las Vegas Numismatic Society 50th Anniversary Coin Show will showcase rare coin and currency dealers from around the country on March 1-3, 2013.  Rare coins spotlighted at the event include an exceptional 1794 Large Cent MS66 BN Head of 1794 PCGS.  There are only 1 of 3 known with estimated value $200,000, shown courtesy of Leo Frese Coins and Collectibles.  Three coins will also be presented by Certified Asset Management International, headlining an 1827 50C PF65 CAMEO NGC, with an estimated value of $125,000. The 1827 Bust Half Dollar was a mintage of only ten coins, and although there is one NGC coin graded in MS67, this is the only example certified as a cameo.  Also exhibited is a 1929 Saint Gauden’s $20 gold piece in MS65 PCGS estimated at $75,000. PCGS has certified 26 examples in MS65 of the 1929 Saint Gaudens with only five certified higher.  Robert Higgins, co-president and chief numismatic offer of Certified Asset Management International, gives the back story of this popular issue, “This issue starts the beginning of the rare, late date Saint Gaudens Double Eagles. It is the most obtainable of the group from 1929 to 1932, but is still very rare and seldom available. The American stock market crashed in 1929 and the world economies sank into depression. Very few of this date were sent to Europe and many of the survivors seen are the result of some small hoards that surfaced over the years. A small hoard of 40 coins was discovered in 1984 in England. With banks failing at alarming rates, it should be no surprise that many individuals squirreled away some hard assets. Today, just a few hundred are estimated to have survived the great gold melts of the 1930s. Most seen can be graded MS 62 to MS 64. Gems are very rare.” 

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