Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Morgandude11, Jun 29, 2022.
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So I'll go with $11,500 total (that includes the b.p.)
No, there are 67s out there, but few that are super attractive.
Here is a link to the auction: https://www.greatcollections.com/Coin/1186667/1857-S-Liberty-Gold-Double-Eagle-PCGS-MS-65-CAC
I am not certain I understand the not shipwreck comment, or the significance.
I also do not understand that it may be the finest known that is not, or the significance, regardless of the TPG Grade.
We each have our favorites. Many years ago, I found a puppy under the hood of my car. I tried to find out who the owner was, but to no avail. Everyone told me that the puppy was the ugliest one they had ever seen and that I should take him to the pound. I was dead set against that, so I finally decided to keep him, even though others thought he was ugly. That puppy slept with me for 12 years and I knew there would be a time that I wouldn't have him anymore. That day finally came. He is still with me buried in the back yard. I put a brick where he lays with his name on it... Chewy. I didn't think I could ever get another puppy. It took me three years, but my vet called me. He said he had something he wanted to show me. When I went to him, he told me to hold out my hands. When I did, he placed a puppy in my right hand and then he told me to hold out my left hand, and there was the ugliest puppy I had ever seen. They were chi-weenies... a boy and a girl. My vet told me that someone had left them in a box at the door of his office. After I paid him, I took them home and put them in a playpen that Chewy had slept in when I was at work. One is a boy, named Beau (Beaucephus) and the other is Belle (Belladonna). I now have 2 bed partners.
We all have our favorites, whether it's a dog, a cat, or a gold coin. There will come a time that you will make a change.
Best of luck to you all, and thank you for sharing you love of collecting coins. I have learned a great deal from you.
I think this one is more attractive than the Spanish shipwreck coin.
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