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Austin Rare Coins handles many of the finest Pre-1933 United States gold and silver rare coins in the world. Everything we offer is certified by either PCGS or NGC, the top two grading services in the industry. If anything catches your eye or if you have questions, just give us a call. Check back frequently for new inventory updates. Click Here to download our latest Top U.S. & Ancient Coin Picks.

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  • 1858-O S.S. Republic Seated Liberty Half Dollars

    The SS Republic sank in 1865 off the coast of Georgia carrying a large amount of gold and silver coinage. When the recovery effort was made in the early 2000's, for the first time ever a large cache of U.S. Silver was salvaged and because the coins were stacked, they did not become corroded from the salt-water as most silver coins do when exposed to saltwater. Most of the Seated Liberty Half-Dollars date from 1850-1861 and their state of preservation is remarkable. Each coin comes is dated 1858 New Orleans and comes in a collectible wooden box with DVD. NGC certified each coin as "shipwreck effect"---all details are evident but the surfaces can vary based on each individual coin's exposure to salt water. For the price, these are remarkable, authentic shipwreck artifacts that make a great collectible or gift. Learn More

    Regular Price: $586.25

    Special Price $475.00

  • 1907 Philadelphia $20 Liberty Mint State 63

    The $20 Double Eagle was issued for circulation starting in 1850 and ran until 1907 when the design was discontinued---so this represents the final year of issue for the Liberty Head Double Eagle series. They are impressive, nearly one ounce pure gold coins that take you back to a time when $20 actually meant something. The obverse depicts Lady Liberty and the reverse shows a heraldic eagle. Today, these coins can be acquired in certified, mint state 63 condition for a very low premium over their gold content. First and last year issues tend to be popular with colllectors and investors alike, and we feel these offer a solid value at their current price levels. Supplies are limited as this is a harder date to locate as opposed to a common issue like the 1904. Learn More

    Regular Price: $1,606.50

    Special Price $1,599.00

  • MS-63 1893 $5 Liberty NGC Certified

    A top value in Pre-1933 certified US Gold, this 1893 $5 Liberty is certified by NGC in investment-grade Mint State 63. This is an incredibly beautiful and rare coin, yet today's prices do not reflect this fact. This is a slighly better date in the series with 1.52 million being issued. When compared to a more common date like the 1900 Philly $5, this 1893 is SIX times rarer based on surviving populations, yet can be aquired for the same price as a common coin. The overall quality and long-term value at current prices are incredible to us, given their lofty past market highs as recently as ten years ago. Call for quantity discounts and orders of twenty will come in NGC slotted boxes. Photo may not be the actual coin you receive however, it certainly is the quality you can expect. Learn More
    $492.00

  • 1897 S $20 Liberty Gold Coin NGC Mint State 63

    Low Mintage of only 1.47 million coins! We absolutely love the current value that can be found in Double Eagles from the late 1800's and early 1900's. We particularly look for issues with low mintages, low survival rates, and when they can be acquired at a very small premium in price to common dates like the 1904. The 1897-San Francisco Double Eagle is, in our opinion, a significantly undervalued issue in choice uncirculated mint state 63 condition. In fact, only 4500 coins are certified by PCGS and NGC combined in this lofty grade, making it over eighteen times rarer than a common date 1904 issue, for practically no premium in price. Highly recommended and very few available examples available at this price. Coin shown may not be the exact coin you receive, however, it is the quality you can expect. Learn More

    Regular Price: $1,799.50

    Special Price $1,725.00

  • 1841 $10 Liberty NGC MS 60

    Total of only 357 coins certified by PCGS and NGC in all grades combined.This flashy mint state coin is one of only 8 known in MS60 with 15 graded higher. Known to be an overlooked, undervalued sleeper in the series and it is a condition rarity in strict mint state condition. Learn More

    Regular Price: $12,932.00

    Special Price $12,750.00

  • MS - 63 1903-S $20 Liberty Head Gold NGC/PCGS Certified

    Extremely Low Mintage of only 954,000 coins! We absolutely love the current value that can be found in Double Eagles from the late 1800's and early 1900's. We particularly look for issues with low mintages, low survival rates, and when they can be acquired at a very small premium in price to common dates like the 1904. The 1903-San Francisco Double Eagle is, in our opinion, a significantly undervalued issue in choice uncirculated mint state 63 condition. In fact, only 2,999 coins are certified by PCGS and NGC combined in this lofty grade, making it over twenty eight times rarer than a common date 1904 issue, for practically no premium in price. Highly recommended and very few available examples available at this price. Learn More

    Regular Price: $1,799.50

    Special Price $1,695.00

  • 1899 O $10 Liberty Gold PCGS Mint State 61

    From an extremely low mintage of only 37,047, this mint condition New Orleans Eagle is an undervalued sleeper as we see it. Only 550 coins have been certified between PCGS and NGC over the past 30 years! This is one of 143 in MS61 with only 119 finer. When compared to a common date like the 1901 S $10, the 1899 O $10 is 68 times rarer overall with a mintage 75 times lower and it is twenty times rarer in the grade of MS-61. Most importantly, it is 275 times rarer in higher grades than the 1901 S in higher grades than MS-61. Learn More

    Regular Price: $2,016.00

    Special Price $1,885.00

  • 1845 O $5 Liberty Gold Coin NGC About Uncirculated 50

    New Orleans mint gold, especially that struck prior to Civil War in 1861 is becoming more and more popular with US coin collectors. The mintages were low and the survival rates are incredibly tiny for most issues. The 1845 O $5 had a mintage of just 41K coins and today under 270 are certified in all grades combined. Superb coin for the grade and very attractive for an AU-50. Coin pictured is the exact coin you will receive. Learn More
    $3,604.00

  • MS - 64 1907 $10 Indian Head Gold NGC/PCGS Certified

    The $10 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.

    These 1907 $10 Indian Head coins are a first year of issue, and the only year for the coins to not carry the motto In God We Trust.

    There are only 32 total coins in the $10 Indian Head program and there are only 15 coins that have lower mintage numbers than the 1907’s. These rank number 16 out of 32 for overall production, and since they are a first year of issue, they will always be more sought after.

    Compared to the 1932 $10 Indian Head coins the 1907 date is 32 times rarer. There were only 239,406 of the 1907 $10 Indian Head minted, the 1932 $10 Indian Head had 4,463,000. 

    Each coin is slabbed and certified by either NGC or PCGS in MS - 64 condition.

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    Regular Price: $3,840.00

    Special Price $3,750.00

  • 1857-S $20 Liberty PCGS AU-58 - Ship of Gold

    This stunning 1857 San Francisco Double Eagle was recovered from the SS Central America shipwreck, referred to as the "Ship of Gold."It was carefully curated to enhance its natural beauty and has been certified and graded by PCGS to be in About-Uncirculated 58 condition. Each coin in this exclusive release comes sealed in a specially-designed PCGS holder to protect the intricate details of the coin. In addition, each holder contains a pinch of gold dust recovered from the shipwreck. Bob Evans, the Chief Scientist and curator of the find, has hand-signed the PCGS grading certificate and certified that it was indeed an authentic artifact from the recovery effort. We have a very limited amount of these coins available. Each one comes in a unique presentation box as shown in the pictures. Please note that the coin shown here may not be the exact coin you receive, however, you can expect the quality and grade to be in-line with the coin we have displayed. The San Francisco Mint struck a total of 970,000 coins in 1857 and most have been lost or destroyed. High end examples of Double Eagles such as those recovered from the SS Central America are highly prized and sought-after. Supplies are very limited. Learn More

    Regular Price: $6,842.50

    Special Price $6,690.00

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