John Dirnbauer Rare Coins and Collectibles



Updated on Wednesday, March 1, 2017.

A few very interesting items from my personal collection.

* 1797 Early Dollar, 9 Stars left and 7 Stars right, Small Letters, NGC EF-40. This coin boasts clean surfaces with highly desirable steel-gray toning with deeper charcoal highlights in the protected areas on both obverse and reverse. There are no marks, rubs or rim blemishes to distract from the notable eye-appeal. $25,500.

* 1842 Liberty Seated Dollar, PCGS PF-62 CAC. Amazing luster is the hallmark of this rare, beautiful and desirable coin. Both sides display soft golden/blue toning around the rims. Eye-appeal is special as indicated by the highly valued CAC sticker. $35,750  

  * 1949 D Franklin Half Dollar, PCGS MS-65 FBL. This is a stunning coin offering superb color rarely found on this issue. The central portion of the obverse is beautiful as it swirls into a glorious peach, violet and turquoise blend. The color is truly remarkable. The strike is razor sharp with bold, undisturbed bell lines. This coin represents a rare opportunity for a half dollar specialist. $1,795. 

 * 1942/41 D Mercury Dime, NGC MS-63. This important overdate is the second rarest coin in the Mercury Dime series. I firmly believe a designation review is in order for this little beauty. The coin deserves NGC's "Star" designation. It is spot-free, haze-free, and free of any significant blemishes. Nice luster and a strong strike are present. This offering is one of those rare opportunities to add an impressive example to your personal coin cabinet. Jump on it! $4,395. 

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