We Buy & Auction Paintings From $5,000 to $500,000!
We are competitive buyers of all U.S. (and non-U.S.) Gold, Silver and Copper Coins dated 1792 to the 1950's. PCGS, NGC or Non-Certified coins. However, unlike any other coin dealer in the world, after we buy your coins we will put them up at auction with any of the Top 10 numismatic auction houses --- and split the profit with you! If there is no profit, the original price is yours to keep. This is not a cash advance. It is a guaranteed minimum payment.
PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT www.AmericanArtAdvisor.com TO READ ABOUT HOW OUR UNIQUE AUCTION PARTNERSHIP WORKS. We do it exactly the same way with coins as we do with 19th and 20th Century Art. $1,000,000+ Cash Available at all times. After we agree on terms, we will travel to pick up your collection, or you can ship it to us via Registered Mail or armored vehicle at our shared expense.
Please email list or photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org .In the 1980's Les built the legendary multi-million dollar "Amazing Gold Rarities"collection which included dozens of Finest Known specimens of Uncirculated and Proof U.S. Gold Coins featuring numerous specimens from the Eliasberg collection and other famous pedigrees. This collection was sold at auction in the Grand Ballroom of the Plaza Hotel in New York on October 5, 1988. Les Fox is ANA Life Member # 1339 and PCGS Dealer # 2032.
WHY SELL YOUR COINS TO ANYONE ELSE? NO ONE WILL MATCH OUR OFFER!
Photo of 1794 Silver Dollar Courtesy Rare Coin Wholesalers / Steven L. Contursi Other Photos Courtesy Of www. HeritageAuctions.com
Call (201) 891-7170 or email: email@example.com for further details. Or call me on my Cell Phone at (201) 264-7450.
EAGLES OF AMERICA is owned and operated by Les and Sue Fox, two of America's most well known and trusted rare coin dealers for over 35 years. The Foxes are the authors of 7 books about rare coins. (See "About Us" for our background.) Back in the 1970's we managed the Gold and Rare Coin department for the Deak-Perera Bank in Rockefeller Center at 630 Fifth Avenue in New York City. More recently, we have provided a wide variety of private financial services to collectors and investors including the acquisition of American Eagle Gold Coins at prices as low as $300 per ounce. For those who believe in Gold as the only real form of American money (since 1795), we continue to recommend the systematic purchase of American Eagles Gold Coins through the popular investing technique known as "Dollar Cost Averaging."
EAGLES OF AMERICA Trading Cards For Coin Collectors
SERIES 1 NOT YET PUBLISHED - MAKE ADVANCE RESERVATION NOW!
Important: Eagles Of America Trading Cards are still in the design and development stage. Sample cards have been produced in the hope of launching a new series of collector cards that will entertain and educate coin collectors and patriotic Americans. Further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Investor, Venture Capital & National Distributor Inquiries Welcome
EOA Trading Cards For Coin Collectors. Learn About & Collect U.S. Coins In A Revolutionary New Way! PLUS - WIN VALUABLE PRIZES! From N.Y. Times bestselling authors Les and Sue Fox.
Suggested Retail Price: $5 - $6 Per Pack of 10 Cards Including Lucky Penny Card & Bonus Card!
The 3 Coins Shown Above Are Worth More Than $12,000,000! (Also Available In Packs Of EOA Rare Coin Trading Cards At $5 - $6 Per Pack)
EOA: Promotional & Development Concept
The suggsted retail price of EOA Rare Coin Trading Cards is $5 - $6 per pack of 10 cards. Including 1 Lucky Penny card.
Future Series: Rare Coins & Other Sweepstakes Prizes
(Read More About The 1804 Silver Dollar Below)
WIN A FREE VACATION TO WASHINGTON D.C.! Wow! An all-expenses paid vacation (Family of 4) to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. First Class accommodations, museum tours and 4-Star restaurants await the lucky winner. Plus --- WIN thousands of PCGS Certified Silver Dollars, Gold Coins & important autographs! (See below)
The Smithsonian - Washington, D.C.
America's Bicentennial Coin Artists
CLICK HERE to tour the Smithsonian National Coin Collection. Click on image above to visit all Smithsonian museums.
10,000 Prizes In The EOA Sweepstakes - How It Works
VISIT OUR "WIN EOA SWEEPSTAKES" PAGE TO READ MORE
10,000 Prizes include PCGS coins autographed by Presidents Ford and Bush & America's 1976 Bicentennial artists, plus PCGS certified Morgan Dollars and St. Gaudens $20 Double Eagle Gold Coins.
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
We hope that "Series 1" of Eagles Of America Rare Coin Trading Cards will be released soon. When you buy a pack of 10 foil-wrapped cards at your favorite coin or hobby shop, you are automatically eligible to win valuable Sweepstakes Prizes. Rare Coin Trading Cards contain randomly inserted prize cards as well as beautiful and collectible trading cards featuring color photos, history & current market values of every U.S. coin from 1652 to 1976.
Great American Rarities On Rare Coin Trading Cards
The 1804 Silver Dollar - EOA Trading Card # 478
Every Great Rarity in U.S. Coinage - including the "Big 3" (the 1804 Dollar, the 1913 Nickel and the 1894-S Dime) is included in Series 1 of Eagles Of America / Upper Deck Rare Coin Trading Cards. In addition, Series 1 (500 different coins + 100 bonus cards) includes the entire Silver and Gold Commemorative Coin series (1892-1954), all 24 Peace Dollars, all 35 Franklin Halves, 50% of the Morgan Silver Dollar series including all of the CC's and San Francisco issues (highlighted by a PCGS MS67 1892-S) - plus every Type Coin from 1792 to 1976, 10 Colonial Coins, the whole St. Gaudens $10 and $20 series, dozens of other gold coins including $4 Stellas and $50 Territorials, and a complete set of Early Silver Dollars, 1794 to 1804.
PHOTOS OF KING OF SIAM 1804 SILVER DOLLAR COURTESY RARE COIN WHOLESALERS / STEVEN L. CONTURSI
THE 1804 SILVER DOLLAR is considered by many collectors and dealers to be "The King Of American Coins."
Believe it or not, no U.S. Silver Dollars dated 1804 were actually minted in 1804. Mint records show that 19,570 Silver Dollars were struck in early 1804. However, it is now known that all of these coins were dated 1803! In 1834, President Andrew Jackson requested a number of Proof Sets of U.S. Coinage for diplomatic purposes. Two were given as gifts to The King Of Siam and the Imam Of Muscat in 1838. It was believed that the last U.S. Silver Dollars (and $10 Gold Eagles) produced were dated 1804. Therefore, when the 1834 Proof Sets were assembled, newly minted 1804 Silver Dollars (and gold coins) were included. Little did the U.S. Mint know that they were creating the first 1804 Silver Dollars in history! Additional coins were struck from 1858 to 1860, but these coins may not be officially authorized. Click on the photo of the King Of Siam Proof Set to read more. (Purchased for $8.5 Million in 2005.)
The King Of Siam Proof Set
The 1913 Liberty Nickel - EOA Trading Card # 338
PHOTOS OF 1913 LIBERTY NICKEL COURTESY OF BOWERS & MERENA AUCTIONS
The 1913 Liberty Nickel is one of America's most prized numismatic rarities. Since only 5 specimens are known to exist, of which two are permanently impounded in museums, even the wealthiest collectors must often wait decades for the opportunity to add a 1913 Nickel to their rare coin cabinet. Oddly enough, two people each owned all 5 coins in the early 20th century, and recently all 5 coins were reunited in a special exhibition. Fortunately for the average collector, the 1912 Liberty Nickel is an affordable rarity priced at $100 to $1,000 in Mint Condition, and at only $30 in Extremely Fine condition. Similarly, the 1913 Buffalo Nickel is very reasonaby priced.
Collect all of these coins on EOA / Upper Deck Rare Trading Cards.
Ask your favorite coin dealer about helping you find a nice 1912 Liberty Nickel or 1913 Buffalo.
The 1894-S Barber Dime - EOA Trading Card # 368
CLICK ON IMAGE OF 1894-S BARBER DIME TO READ ITS AMAZING STORY.
PHOTOS OF 1894-S BARBER DIME COURTESY OF www. HeritageAuctions .com
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EOA: Promotional And Development Concept
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We Support America's Rare Coin Dealers & The American Numismatic Association
ALSO COMING SOON - A NEW ART & COIN BOOK BY LES & SUE FOX
The Gold Coins Of Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907)
America's Greatest Sculptor
The Sherman Monument - New York City
The Shaw Monument - Boston
CLICK ON IMAGES ABOVE TO ENLARGE AND READ MORE. Les and Sue Fox are currenty working on their new book titled "The Gold Coins Of Augustus Saint-Gaudens" which will feature the artist's sculpture, his public monuments and his famous $10 and $20 Gold coins. Featuring stories and fantastic color photos of all 90 dates and mint marks. Visit the St. Gaudens National Historic Site at: www.sgnhs.org
How Would You Like To Collect Every U.S. Coin Ever Minted?
Impossible? Not any more. Collect Rare Coin Trading Cards!