Latest Certified Coin Prices
Posted by Brian Ford on July 12, 2013
Certified gold coin prices have again been updated on the Professional Coin Grading Service Price Guide found at www.PCGS.com. After remaining in the red for a number of weeks it appears that many popular certified gold coins are starting to regain some of the ground lost when gold tumbled to sub- $1200 levels.
Common-date (lowest-priced) Liberty Head Double Eagle gold coins are up substantially from the lower grades all the way through MS64 examples. MS62 Lady Liberty one-ounce gold coins are currently valued at $1790 on the PCGS Price Guide, up from last week’s price of $1750 per. Grades 63-64 also saw a rise of $40 per coin to $1990 and $2205, respectively.
St. Gaudens $20 gold coins, the successor of the Liberty Head Double Eagles, now have a national average retail price of $1755 in the MS62 grade, up from $1720 last week. MS63 Saint Gaudens coins are listed at $1850, a $40 increase over the previously listed price, and MS64 Saints went from $1895 to $1935 according to PCGS.
Certified silver coins did not fare as well although the silver spot price broke through the $20 per ounce ceiling this week. While some uncertified silver dollars did rise with silver, common certified coins in grades 63-66 hardly moved. The majority of Morgan silver dollars remained flat and some Peace silver dollars fell slightly, especially in grades 63 and 64.
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