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NostoNews, September 1, 2005
by Tommy Jasmin and James Laudon

And now the Nosto 100

This month we debut the Nosto 100. For each collectible category, we list the 100 most valuable items in our database, in the benchmark high grade most commonly referred to. We emphasize in our database because for various reasons, there will of course exist items that are not yet listed on Nosto. For example, there are U.S. coins where only a handful are known to exist, and we have yet to determine an accurate initial value. These items will eventually be recorded, and therefore this list will evolve over time.

The items listed here, however, give an accurate view into the top end of the current markets. Unlike other speculative Top 100 lists, ours are driven entirely by actual sales. As a result, our lists have some interesting differences from other Top 100 lists you might be familiar with. We'll discuss some of the more interesting differences before we present each table.

Finally, note this table does not necessarily imply any item listed truly exists in that grade. For example, it is quite possible there may be no copies of Detective Comics 1 remaining extant in NM 9.4. Regardless, based on our collected sales data we can compute a value at that grade and therefore we are able to make a pricing comparison at a single grade to give each item a fair shake. Besides, who knows, maybe that elusive 9.4 Detective Comics 1 is waiting to be discovered in someone's attic right now!

Comics

We compared our Top 100 list with the Top 100 Golden Age and Top 20 Silver Age lists in the 2005 Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide (35th Edition). A number of interesting comparisons can be made. First, with our Top 100, not only do we list the 100 most valuable comics, we also show you which issues rose and which fell and by how much over the last three months. We also present the three month, one year, and three year gains (or losses). And these gains and losses show something savvy collectors have known for awhile about the current comic market. Namely, that Silver Age is smoking hot, and Golden Age is definitely not, with most Golden Age items being on a steady price decline for the past three years.

Three year gains on Showcase #4, Amazing Fantasy #15, Fantastic Four #1, The Brave and the Bold #28, and Incredible Hulk #1 would make most stock investors green with envy. In contrast, Golden Age is mostly a sea of red for the past three years. What has worked best for Golden Age are the major keys, which are mostly flat to slightly up, and a few books that have been traditionally undervalued in the Overstreet Price Guide. A good example of the latter is Suspense Comics #3, a scarce item that has been on many collectors' short list since they saw the fantastic Schomburg cover in the Gerber photo guides. This comic currently ranks #15 on our Top 100 list. This book is up a whopping 140% over the past three years, although a significant portion of that gain may be the result of our sales-driven pricing catching this comic up to its true value. This comic is a nice example of the difference between our sales-driven list and the Overstreet lists. Overstreet has this item in their Golden Age list at position #65 with a NM- value of $20,000.

Another interesting difference between our list and Overstreet's results from our ability to use actual sales to compute prices for items in grades for which they might not actually exist. A good example here is Detective Comics #1. This scarce and important comic takes a well-deserved position #5 on our list. Overstreet has this comic in their Golden Age list at slot #13 based on a VF value of $60,000 compared to the NM- value of most other comics on their list.

Having a top 100 list comprised of all comics instead of separate lists for Golden Age and Silver Age leads to some interesting items showing up in our Top 100. A number of ashcans (quickly produced comic prototypes used to secure copyright) for key Golden Age comics appear on the list, starting with the Superman Comics Ashcan at position #72. Another interesting item to note is the appearance of a 60's "underground" comic, God Nose #1, breaking into the list at slot #96. Overstreet doesn't track prices for either ashcans or underground comics.

Finally, one other interesting difference between our list and Overstreet's is where the price of the keys start rolling off. On our list, the big two (Action Comics #1 and Detective Comics #27) have a NM value of around 2.5 times the third most valuable comic, Superman #1, and values rapidly trail off from there until position #15 or so is hit, and at that point the values start to trail off more slowly. Overstreet has a big four (Action Comics #1 $485,000 in NM-, Detective Comics #27 $410,000 in NM-, Marvel Comics #1 $365,000 in NM-, and Superman #1 $300,000 in NM-), with a big jump to All-American Comics #16 at $180,000 in NM- in slot #5. We feel our list more accurately represents the current market, where the demand and prices willing to be paid for the first appearance of comic book icons Superman and Batman (including a $1,000,000 offer for a NM Action #1 made almost two years ago) are much higher than for other key Golden Age comics. In any event, comparing our list to Overstreet's proved very informative to these two long-time collectors and we encourage our readers to do the same!

Change Position Issue NM 9.4 Value Three Month Gain One Year Gain Three Year Gain
1 Action Comics 1 $1,100,000 -4.3% 3.8% 17.5%
2 Detective Comics 27 $1,060,000 -4.5% -0.9% 0.0%
3 Superman 1 $433,000 -3.3% 9.3% 28.1%
4 Marvel Comics 1 $413,000 5.4% 16.3% -34.7%
5 Detective Comics 1 $408,000 5.2% 16.6% 36.5%
6 All-American Comics 16 $345,000 -4.2% -3.9% 0.0%
7 Flash Comics 1 $269,000 -5.9% -9.1% -11.8%
8 More Fun Comics 52 $249,000 -5.3% -8.1% -11.4%
9 Batman 1 $240,000 -4.8% -1.6% 32.6%
1 10 Captain America Comics 1 $224,000 3.7% 4.7% -8.6%
-1 11 New Fun Comics 1 $213,000 -4.5% -4.1% -2.7%
12 Whiz Comics 1 $206,000 1.5% -12.3% -37.4%
13 Adventure Comics 40 $173,000 -4.9% -2.8% -0.6%
14 Detective Comics 33 $146,000 -4.6% -1.4% -16.1%
15 Suspense Comics 3 $146,000 2.1% -11.5% 140.1%
4 16 Marvel Mystery Comics 9 $136,000 2.3% -8.1% 42.9%
-1 17 More Fun Comics 53 $132,000 -4.3% -3.6% -16.5%
-1 18 Detective Comics 29 $131,000 -4.4% -1.5% 6.5%
3 19 Showcase 4 $130,000 2.4% -12.8% 62.5%
-1 20 All Star Comics 3 $129,000 -4.4% 1.6% -19.4%
-3 21 Detective Comics 38 $129,000 -5.8% -3.7% -11.6%
-1 22 Detective Comics 31 $125,000 -4.6% -0.8% -1.6%
4 23 Amazing Fantasy 15 $116,000 8.4% 10.5% 69.6%
-1 24 Adventure Comics 48 $115,000 -6.5% -10.2% 11.7%
-1 25 All Star Comics 8 $110,000 -5.2% -6.0% -9.1%
-1 26 Action Comics 2 $106,000 -4.5% -2.8% -1.9%
-1 27 New Fun Comics 6 $104,000 -4.6% -4.6% -4.6%
2 28 Detective Comics 2 $102,000 6.8% 25.3% 28.1%
-1 29 Green Lantern 1 $93,200 -4.8% -5.2% -27.2%
-1 30 New Fun Comics 2 $90,800 -5.2% -5.3% -5.8%
2 31 Human Torch, The 2 (1) $88,100 3.2% -1.8% -20.6%
2 32 Wonder Comics 1 $87,800 3.7% -7.9% -20.2%
4 33 Captain Marvel Adventures nn $84,300 1.1% -15.4% -42.3%
-3 34 Sensation Comics 1 $83,900 -11.2% -11.0% -16.9%
-3 35 Amazing-Man Comics 5 $82,800 -3.9% -11.5% -14.4%
4 36 Sub-Mariner Comics 1 $79,900 4.0% 4.7% -13.5%
-2 37 New Comics 1 $79,600 -5.6% -7.9% -16.6%
-2 38 New York World's Fair 1939 $79,100 -5.7% -10.1% -33.0%
17 39 Mickey Mouse Magazine V1 #1 $79,100 31.4% -20.3% 25.2%
-2 40 Wonder Woman 1 $78,100 -5.7% -3.9% -21.9%
27 41 Silver Streak Comics 1 $76,000 45.6% 30.1% 2.6%
1 42 Fantastic Four 1 $74,500 4.8% 24.6% 43.8%
1 43 Marvel Mystery Comics 128 Page Issue $73,400 5.5% 15.4% -13.5%
19 44 Walt Disney's Comics And Stories 1 $73,400 32.0% -16.4% 32.7%
-6 45 Action Comics 7 $73,200 -5.1% -3.3% 5.2%
-5 46 Detective Comics 28 $71,500 -5.3% -5.9% -6.5%
-5 47 Action Comics 3 $68,700 -5.2% -5.5% -6.1%
48 Daring Mystery Comics 1 $67,800 4.8% 9.2% -22.1%
-3 49 Famous Funnies Series 1 $67,500 3.5% -2.6% -50.4%
1 50 Detective Comics 3 $65,500 5.1% 18.0% 17.4%
-1 51 Incredible Hulk, The 1 $64,500 1.7% 5.4% 119.4%
-7 52 New Book of Comics 1 $64,400 -5.6% -6.9% -9.7%
4 53 Marvel Mystery Comics 5 $61,900 4.7% 9.0% -20.8%
-7 54 More Fun Comics 14 $61,600 -5.4% -6.1% -7.8%
3 55 Motion Picture Funnies Weekly 1 $61,500 5.7% 16.7% 2.2%
-7 56 Big Book of Fun Comics 1 $60,600 -5.2% -5.2% -5.8%
3 57 Marvel Mystery Comics 2 $59,200 5.2% 11.9% -43.6%
-6 58 All-American Comics 19 $58,800 -5.3% -6.2% -7.0%
-6 59 Double Action Comics 2 $58,400 -5.2% -5.5% -6.1%
38 60 Four Color Series I 4 Donald Duck $58,300 33.7% -8.5% 57.6%
-7 61 Comics Magazine, The 1 $58,200 -4.3% -11.7% -19.8%
38 62 Four Color Series I 16 Mickey Mouse $56,300 30.6% -21.1% 33.1%
-8 63 World's Best Comics 1 $56,100 -7.3% -17.0% -19.2%
12 64 Jumbo Comics 1 $55,700 12.5% 23.5% -42.9%
40 65 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Comics 1 $55,400 33.2% -7.7% 54.3%
3 66 Amazing Spider-Man, The 1 $54,700 5.0% 4.0% -5.0%
-1 67 Green Giant Comics 1 $54,200 3.0% -3.4% -1.3%
-1 68 Mystery Men Comics 1 $54,000 3.3% -9.7% -25.2%
13 69 More Fun Comics 54 $53,900 11.1% 10.0% 25.6%
1 70 Showcase 8 $53,700 5.5% -5.6% 26.7%
-9 71 Action Comics 10 $53,100 -4.8% -1.3% 4.9%
-11 72 Superman Comics Ashcan nn $52,800 -6.2% -1.9% 18.7%
-9 73 Desert Dawn nn $52,800 -4.0% -6.5% -
74 All Winners Comics 1 $52,200 5.0% 11.8% -31.0%
75 Silver Streak Comics 6 $52,000 4.6% -2.1% -40.2%
3 76 Captain America Comics 128 Page Issue $51,700 5.7% 17.2% -10.9%
-7 77 Terrific Comics 5 $51,200 0.2% -17.0% 95.4%
3 78 Famous Funnies 1 $50,500 4.1% -0.2% -48.6%
-14 79 More Fun Comics 73 $50,400 -4.7% -1.2% -9.7%
7 80 Fantastic Comics 3 $50,200 6.4% 7.0% 1.0%
-22 81 All-American Comics 17 $49,800 -12.2% -20.3% -20.7%
1 82 Archie Comics 1 $48,500 0.2% -11.3% -33.6%
7 83 Century of Comics nn $48,000 3.2% -6.1% -
-12 84 Superman 2 $47,600 -5.0% -0.2% -4.8%
3 85 Thrill Comics 1 $47,300 1.1% -15.2% -
-13 86 More Fun Comics 55 $46,800 -6.0% -10.3% -17.6%
-9 87 Action Comics Ashcan 1 $46,700 -4.9% -3.9% -
-11 88 Action Comics 4 $46,300 -5.9% -6.3% 11.6%
8 89 Detective Comics 8 $46,000 5.3% 17.6% 20.7%
-10 90 All-Flash 1 $45,700 -6.4% -18.2% -5.2%
-2 91 Daredevil Comics 1 $45,700 -1.9% -18.1% -27.2%
-7 92 Adventure Comics 61 $44,800 -5.5% -5.7% -15.9%
-7 93 New Fun Comics 3 $44,800 -5.3% -4.5% -3.2%
10 94 Red Raven Comics 1 $44,600 5.4% 15.2% -13.2%
-11 95 New York World's Fair 1940 $44,600 -6.5% -17.4% -29.1%
68 96 God Nose 1 $44,100 58.6% 14.0% -
5 97 Mystic Comics 1 $43,900 2.8% 4.8% -23.9%
3 98 Brave and the Bold, The 28 $43,600 1.9% 0.2% 147.7%
-5 99 Action Comics 6 $43,400 -3.8% 3.3% 8.2%
-8 100 Adventure Comics 73 $43,300 -5.3% -5.3% -7.9%


Coins

Change Position Issue MS/PF 63 Value Three Month Gain One Year Gain Three Year Gain
1 Nickel Five-Cent Pieces, Liberty Head 1913 Proof $6,790,000 2.0% 129.4% 90.7%
2 Silver Dollars, Draped Bust 1804 Proof Original $6,270,000 -1.4% -12.1% 10.4%
1 3 Three Dollar Gold Pieces 1870S $2,510,000 -10.4% -31.4% -43.5%
-1 4 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Head to Left 1822 $2,440,000 -18.1% -42.2% -25.8%
5 Dimes, Liberty Seated 1873CC No arrows $1,870,000 15.4% -3.6% -35.1%
6 Large One-Cent Pieces, Draped Bust 1803 Large date, small fraction $1,300,000 -9.1% 155.9% -
7 Silver Dollars, Liberty Seated 1870S $1,260,000 -3.8% -24.1% -19.7%
8 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Head to Left 1825 5 over 4 $913,000 -7.4% -5.8% 6.2%
9 Half-Cent Pieces, Liberty Cap 1797 Gripped edge $898,000 3.9% 28.7% 27.2%
2 10 Gold Dollars, Liberty Head 1849C Open wreath $806,000 5.6% -14.3% -26.1%
-1 11 Half Dollars, Draped Bust 1806 Knobbed 6, stem not through claw $780,000 -0.3% 24.6% 17.1%
-1 12 Large One-Cent Pieces, Draped Bust 1799 9 over 8 $719,000 -6.5% 161.5% 147.9%
2 13 Half-Cent Pieces, Draped Bust 1802 2 over 0, reverse of 1800 $695,000 6.6% 31.4% 54.8%
5 14 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1798 Small eagle $646,000 8.4% -6.1% -12.9%
-1 15 Half Dollars, Liberty Seated 1853O No arrows $639,000 -9.0% -33.3% -42.4%
16 Silver Dollars, Trade Dollars 1885 Proof $616,000 -3.8% 35.1% 35.1%
-4 17 Large One-Cent Pieces, Draped Bust 1799 $612,000 -13.7% 125.0% 107.5%
-1 18 Dimes, Barber or Liberty Head 1894S Proof $589,000 -5.6% 40.9% 6.7%
23 19 Silver Dollars, Flowing Hair 1794 $588,000 78.7% 85.5% 157.9%
20 Quarter Dollars, Liberty Seated 1873CC No arrows $550,000 -5.0% -25.0% -39.4%
1 21 Half Dollars, Liberty Cap 1838O Proof Reeded edge $545,000 -3.4% - -
7 22 Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold Pieces), Liberty Cap 1796 No stars $542,000 8.0% 27.5% 51.0%
3 23 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1795 9 leaves below eagle $537,000 3.3% 1.3% 98.2%
4 24 Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold Pieces), Liberty Cap 1796 Stars $536,000 5.5% 36.0% 66.5%
25 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1797 Small eagle $531,000 2.1% -6.5% 103.4%
-5 26 Large One-Cent Pieces, Liberty Cap 1794 Starred reverse $519,000 -8.0% 39.9% 51.3%
5 27 Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold Pieces), Liberty Cap 1804 13-star reverse $518,000 6.6% 19.1% 48.0%
-4 28 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1798 8 over 7, 7 stars left, 6 right $518,000 -2.4% -24.8% 41.1%
-2 29 Large One-Cent Pieces, Draped Bust 1807 7 over 6, small date $489,000 -4.9% 215.5% 442.1%
30 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Head to Left 1832 Curved base 2, 12 stars $473,000 -5.6% 1.7% 17.1%
-13 31 Stellas ($4.00 Gold Pieces) 1880 Proof Coiled hair, Cameo $465,000 -23.8% -32.2% -
-1 32 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Head to Left 1815 $439,000 -10.0% -16.5% -8.7%
-10 33 Stellas ($4.00 Gold Pieces) 1880 Proof Coiled hair $428,000 -23.4% -34.6% 111.9%
4 34 Double Eagles ($20.00 Gold Pieces), Saint-Gaudens 1927D $413,000 13.2% 29.5% -18.2%
-1 35 Half Dollars, Liberty Cap 1817 7 over 4 $396,000 -9.8% -38.0% -35.6%
36 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Head to Left 1829 Small date $395,000 -6.6% -1.5% 11.6%
-2 37 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1854S $373,000 -14.4% -56.1% -66.1%
-5 38 Stellas ($4.00 Gold Pieces) 1879 Proof Coiled hair, Cameo $354,000 -25.2% -34.6% -
1 39 Large One-Cent Pieces, Liberty Cap 1794 Starred reverse, Red-Brown $345,000 -0.3% -15.0% -
-3 40 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Head to Left 1829 Large date $339,000 -8.4% -16.7% -9.1%
41 Half Dimes, Liberty Seated 1870S $329,000 -2.9% -29.2% -47.7%
1 42 Half Dollars, Draped Bust 1796 16 stars $328,000 4.1% 64.0% 51.2%
1 43 Large One-Cent Pieces, Draped Bust 1799 9 over 8, Red-Brown $327,000 5.8% 16.4% -
1 44 Large One-Cent Pieces, Draped Bust 1799 Red-Brown $322,000 5.2% 15.8% -
-6 45 Stellas ($4.00 Gold Pieces) 1879 Proof Coiled hair $293,000 -19.3% -43.4% 80.9%
4 46 Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold Pieces), Liberty Cap 1797 $287,000 7.9% 30.5% 66.9%
47 Large One-Cent Pieces, Liberty Cap 1793 $276,000 -1.8% 126.2% 162.9%
48 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1796 $274,000 2.6% -2.8% 101.5%
2 49 Half-Cent Pieces, Liberty Cap 1796 No pole, Red-Brown $272,000 3.8% -11.1% -
2 50 Half Dollars, Draped Bust 1796 15 stars $271,000 5.0% 66.3% 51.4%
-2 51 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Indian Head 1933 $267,000 0.0% -18.1% 29.0%
1 52 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1798 8 over 7, 9 stars left, 4 right $257,000 1.6% -3.0% 82.3%
3 53 Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold Pieces), Liberty Cap 1806 6 over 5 $248,000 5.5% 14.8% 46.7%
3 54 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1797 Large eagle, 7 over 5 $244,000 6.6% -10.6% -15.0%
6 55 Quarter Dollars, Liberty Cap 1823 3 over 2 $241,000 8.1% 68.5% 142.9%
4 56 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1797 Small eagle, 15 stars $238,000 6.2% -9.2% -12.8%
6 57 Half Dollars, Draped Bust 1797 $237,000 7.2% 70.5% 57.0%
1 58 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1797 Small eagle, 16 stars $237,000 5.3% -10.6% -12.5%
3 59 Half Dollars, Liberty Cap 1838O Reeded edge $236,000 6.3% 6.3% 14.0%
11 60 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1875 $227,000 8.1% 36.7% 69.4%
-3 61 Silver Dollars, Trade Dollars 1884 Proof $220,000 -3.5% 35.0% 37.5%
-8 62 Double Eagles ($20.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1870CC $219,000 -10.6% -30.5% 13.5%
1 63 Half-Cent Pieces, Liberty Cap 1796 No pole $218,000 0.0% -0.9% 5.3%
3 64 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1795 13 leaves below eagle $217,000 1.4% -18.4% 85.5%
7 65 Half-Cent Pieces, Draped Bust 1802 2 over 0, new reverse, Red-Brown $216,000 3.8% 0.0% -
23 66 Large One-Cent Pieces, Flowing Hair, Chain Reverse 1793 Periods $205,000 28.1% 310.8% -
-21 67 Double Eagles ($20.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1856O Proof $204,000 -27.9% -54.1% -
68 Silver Dollars, Liberty Seated 1873CC $203,000 -5.1% -15.8% -5.1%
69 Quarter Dollars, Liberty Cap 1827 Proof Original, curled base 2 in 25c $203,000 -5.1% 0.5% 59.8%
20 70 Large One-Cent Pieces, Flowing Hair, Chain Reverse 1793 AMERICA $201,000 26.4% 306.9% 347.7%
4 71 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1870CC $201,000 6.9% 40.6% 71.8%
-2 72 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1842C Small date $198,000 -7.0% -27.2% -39.3%
20 73 Large One-Cent Pieces, Flowing Hair, Chain Reverse 1793 AMERI. $197,000 25.5% 212.7% 292.4%
-9 74 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Head to Left 1828 8 over 7 $191,000 -12.4% -29.0% -25.7%
1 75 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust to Left 1810 Large date, small 5 $187,000 0.0% 2.2% 16.1%
-10 76 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1875 $187,000 -13.4% -51.6% -62.7%
-22 77 Stellas ($4.00 Gold Pieces) 1879 Proof Flowing hair, Deep Cameo $185,000 -22.6% -26.3% -
2 78 Twenty-Cent Pieces 1876CC $185,000 5.1% 34.1% 45.7%
3 79 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1795 Large eagle $181,000 6.5% -10.4% -13.8%
4 80 Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold Pieces), Liberty Cap 1798 Close date $180,000 7.1% 26.8% -
-2 81 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust to Left 1810 Small date, small 5 $179,000 -3.2% -17.9% -12.7%
-8 82 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1870CC $177,000 -6.8% -28.3% -39.6%
8 83 Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold Pieces), Liberty Cap 1798 Wide date $168,000 6.3% 19.1% 55.6%
14 84 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1796 6 over 5 $156,000 6.8% -6.6% -8.8%
85 Half Eagles ($5.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Head to Left 1819 $156,000 -6.6% -4.3% 7.6%
-9 86 Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold Pieces), Turban Head 1821 Proof $156,000 -16.1% - -
10 87 Half-Cent Pieces, Liberty Cap 1796 With pole, Red-Brown $154,000 4.1% 3.4% -
-15 88 Stellas ($4.00 Gold Pieces) 1879 Proof Flowing hair, Cameo $153,000 -23.9% -39.0% -
11 89 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1863 $153,000 5.5% 43.0% 76.7%
-7 90 Silver Dollars, Morgan or Liberty Head 1893S Prooflike $150,000 -10.7% -31.8% -
29 91 Half Dollars, Liberty Seated 1878S $150,000 20.0% 103.0% 77.1%
7 92 Half Dimes, Draped Bust 1802 $149,000 2.1% -26.6% -6.9%
3 93 Three Dollar Gold Pieces 1854D $149,000 0.7% -5.1% -37.1%
15 94 Double Eagles ($20.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1856O $145,000 7.4% -9.9% 8.2%
-17 95 Gold Dollars, Indian Head, Small Head 1855 Proof $144,000 -22.6% - -
16 96 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1879CC $143,000 9.2% 68.2% 119.3%
13 97 Large One-Cent Pieces, Liberty Cap 1793 Red-Brown $141,000 5.2% 13.7% -
10 98 Half-Cent Pieces, Liberty Cap 1796 With pole $141,000 4.4% 30.6% 66.1%
4 99 Double Eagles ($20.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1871CC $141,000 -0.7% 468.5% 505.2%
14 100 Eagles ($10.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1859O $138,000 7.0% 51.2% 90.6%


Prizes

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