NGC US Coins Among Highlights on

Posted on 7/30/2019

MA-Shops is an online numismatic marketplace with nearly 1 million
coins and other collectibles offered. is pleased to showcase an impressive selection of rare NGC-certified coins that celebrate the rich culture and history of the US and the evolution of US coin design over the last 200 years. These coins are among the nearly 1 million ancient, vintage and modern coins, medals, banknotes, militaria and other collectibles offered for sale on, an online numismatic marketplace founded in 2005.

A 1915-S US Gold Panama-Pacific Round $50 graded NGC MS 66 celebrates the completion of the Panama Canal and San Francisco's recovery from the devastating earthquake of 1906. The obverse depicts a left-facing bust of the Roman goddess Minerva wearing a crested helmet with "United States of America" and "Fifty Dollars" written on the periphery and "In God We Trust" above Minerva’s head. The reverse features an owl perched on a Ponderosa Pine. This round gold commemorative, of which only 483 were sold, is offered at $220,000 (USD).

An 1834 US Capped Bust $5 Motto graded NGC MS 61 was struck in the final year that this coinage type was issued. Those who recognized that the Civil War was approaching tucked these gold pieces away for safekeeping, creating today's supply of pristine pieces. This is one of the last With Motto 1834 Capped Bust half eagles surviving today, and seldom is one found in grades finer than this.  Offered at $74,250 (USD). 

A 1938‐S US Boone Commemorative Half Dollar graded NGC MS 65 is offered at $599.99 (USD). An 1873 US Liberty Seated Arrows Half Dollar graded NGC MS 65 is offered at $10,500 (USD).

An 1873 US Liberty Seated Arrows Half Dollar graded NGC MS 65 is among the finest certified by NGC. Because of its exceptional color and its high grade, this coin is offered at $10,500 (USD).

An 1813 Capped Bust Half Eagle graded NGC AU 53 was the only gold US denomination being produced at the time. Most of these coins were not circulated. It is offered at $7,980 (USD).

A 1904/1 US Indian Head Cent graded NGC MS 65 RD boasts a beautiful red luster and is likely the finest-known example of this neat, repunched date. It is offered at $1,799.99 (USD).

A 1904-S US Coronet Head Double Eagle graded NGC MS 64 was the highest denominations of American coins to circulate. It also offered the highest gold content of any regular issue US gold coin of its era and possesses one of the most arresting reverses on any US coin: an eagle with wings spread. Offered at $1,716.75 (USD).

A 1938‐S US Boone Commemorative Half Dollar graded NGC MS 65 features Daniel Boone, the legendary US folk hero. The reverse depicts Boone and a Native American, Chief Black Fish, facing one another against a stunning backdrop. This silver commemorative is offered at $599.99 (USD).

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Selling and buying collectibles is a matter of trust, founder and CEO Joachim Schwiening noted, which is why MA-Shops screens all its dealers based on strict criteria before approving them to work with the company. The website has been certified for safety and security for buyers, sellers and their transactions.

“We are committed to value and integrity and providing you with a premier collection of distinctive items,” Schwiening said. “Our certified dealers update their shops daily with carefully curated items.”

MA-Shops is based in Bocholt, Germany, near the border with the Netherlands. The company also has an office in Sarasota, Florida, USA.

For more information, please contact Kathy Bender at bender@ma‐ or call 941-210-2677.

This is a guest article. The thoughts and opinions in the piece are those of their author and are not necessarily the thoughts of the Certified Collectibles Group.

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