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2006 W GOLD 25 AMERICAN EAGLE BURNISHED DIE PCGS MINT STATE 70 15164 MINTED
2006 w gold 25 american eagle burnished die pcgs mint state 70 15164 minted
$1,250.00
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2000 PCGS 15 Gold Australian Kangaroo WTC Recovery Major Die Crack Error Unique
2000 pcgs 15 gold australian kangaroo wtc recovery major die crack error unique
$5,785.75
quality
1999 W 5 Mint Error Stk W Unfinish Pr Die PCGS MS69
1999 w 5 mint error stk w unfinish pr die pcgs ms69
$1,150.00
quality
1999 W 10 Mint Error Stk w Unfinish Pr Die PCGS MS 69
1999 w 10 mint error stk w unfinish pr die pcgs ms 69
$2,150.00
quality
2007 W PLATINUM 25 EAGLE BURNISHED DIE PCGS MINT STATE 70 3690 MINTED
2007 w platinum 25 eagle burnished die pcgs mint state 70 3690 minted
$775.00
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1972 Doubled Die PCGS MS63 BN Lincoln Cent 1c Error DDO Unc Penny SHIPS FREE 497
1972 doubled die pcgs ms63 bn lincoln cent 1c error ddo unc penny ships free 497
$239.99
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UNITED STATES 1972 DOUBLE DIE OBVERSE LINCOLN CENT PCGS AU58 COIN AS SHOWN
united states 1972 double die obverse lincoln cent pcgs au58 coin as shown
$121.86
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1963 Roosevelt Dime PCGS PR 65 Proof Double Die Reverse Scarce
1963 roosevelt dime pcgs pr 65 proof double die reverse scarce
$135.00
quality
1966 SMS Kennedy Half Dollar PCGS MS 62 Double Die OBV DDO NICE COIN LK
1966 sms kennedy half dollar pcgs ms 62 double die obv ddo nice coin lk
$59.99
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1969 D SMS Kennedy Half Dollar PCGS MS 64 Double Die OBV DDO NICE COIN LK
1969 d sms kennedy half dollar pcgs ms 64 double die obv ddo nice coin lk
$59.99
quality
1878 8TF Morgan Silver Dollar 1 VAM 9 1st Die Pair PCGS VF25 First Morgan
1878 8tf morgan silver dollar 1 vam 9 1st die pair pcgs vf25 first morgan
$512.30
quality
1955 Doubled Die Obverse Lincoln Cent NGC MS62BN
1955 doubled die obverse lincoln cent ngc ms62bn
$2,195.00
quality
1955 Doubled Die Obverse Lincoln Cent PCGS XF45
1955 doubled die obverse lincoln cent pcgs xf45
$1,595.00
quality
1956 TDR PCGS MS64 Jefferson Nickel RARE FS802 TRIPLE DIE REVERSE ERROR 410
1956 tdr pcgs ms64 jefferson nickel rare fs802 triple die reverse error 410
$109.99
quality
1997 1C DDO FS 101 PCGS MS66RD Doubled Die
1997 1c ddo fs 101 pcgs ms66rd doubled die
$575.00
quality
1999 W 10 Mint Error Stk w Unfinish Pr Die PCGS MS 69
1999 w 10 mint error stk w unfinish pr die pcgs ms 69
$2,150.00
quality
1999 W 5 Mint Error Stk W Unfinish Pr Die PCGS MS69
1999 w 5 mint error stk w unfinish pr die pcgs ms69
$1,150.00
quality
1953 ONE CENT PEICE DOUBLE DIE OBVERSE PCGS PROOF 65 RD NICE COIN
1953 one cent peice double die obverse pcgs proof 65 rd nice coin
$350.00
quality
1955 D 1C DDO FS 101 PCGS MS64RD Doubled Die Obverse
1955 d 1c ddo fs 101 pcgs ms64rd doubled die obverse
$250.00
quality
1936 1C DDO FS 103 PCGS MS64RD Doubled Die Obverse
1936 1c ddo fs 103 pcgs ms64rd doubled die obverse
$600.00
quality
1941 1C DDO FS 102 FS 0181 PCGS MS64RD Doubled Die
1941 1c ddo fs 102 fs 0181 pcgs ms64rd doubled die
$999.00
quality
1972 DDO Doubled Die Obverse Lincoln Penny 1C MS 64 RD Red PCGS
1972 ddo doubled die obverse lincoln penny 1c ms 64 rd red pcgs
$575.00
quality
1943 D UNC Double Die D and Doubled 4 in a PCGS MS65 Holder
1943 d unc double die d and doubled 4 in a pcgs ms65 holder
$375.00
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A REAL TWO TAILS COIN PCGS MS62 CHILE 2005 10 peso STRUCK WITH 2 REVERSE DIES
a real two tails coin pcgs ms62 chile 2005 10 peso struck with 2 reverse dies
$2,500.00
quality
100K GOLD 2006 TURKEY MAJOR ERROR STRUCK THRU CAPPED DIE NGC MS61
100k gold 2006 turkey major error struck thru capped die ngc ms61
$750.00
quality
1922 D 1 Peace Dollar PCGS MS65 Obverse Die Break
1922 d 1 peace dollar pcgs ms65 obverse die break
$636.90
quality
1942 S S S PCGS AU50 Triple S Doubled Die 2 MINT ERRORS Lincoln Cent RPM
1942 s s s pcgs au50 triple s doubled die 2 mint errors lincoln cent rpm
$239.99
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1878 8TF Morgan Silver Dollar 1 VAM 9 1st Die Pair PCGS XF40 First Morgan
1878 8tf morgan silver dollar 1 vam 9 1st die pair pcgs xf40 first morgan
$643.90
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1972 DD0 ONE CENT PEICE DOUBLE DIE OBVERSE PCGS MS 65 RD NICE COIN
1972 dd0 one cent peice double die obverse pcgs ms 65 rd nice coin
$200.00
quality
1922 No D Strong Reverse Lincoln Wheat Ears Copper Cent Die 2 PCGS VG08
1922 no d strong reverse lincoln wheat ears copper cent die 2 pcgs vg08
$590.00
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1944 S QUARTER PCGS MS 65 DOUBLE DIE OBVERSE POPULATION 38 WORLD WIDE
1944 s quarter pcgs ms 65 double die obverse population 38 world wide
$100.00
quality
1976 D QUARTER PCGS MS 64 DOUBLE DIE OBVERSE POPULATION 9 WORLD WIDE
1976 d quarter pcgs ms 64 double die obverse population 9 world wide
$100.00
quality
1955 Doubled Die Obverse Lincoln Cent PCGS XF 45
1955 doubled die obverse lincoln cent pcgs xf 45
$1,895.00
quality

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1909 VDB Lincoln Cent PCGS MS65RD DDO FS-1102 Doubled Die Obverse!

What Is "Key", When Collecting Coins?

Key Coin: A coin that is among the toughest and Most Expensive to obtain within a series. In the Lincoln Cent series, for example, the 1909-S VDB would be considered the key, as would the 1914-D and often the 1922-Plain.

A coin somewhat lesser in stature but still among the tougher in a series to collect is called a semi-key; the 1909-S and 1931-S fulfill this role within the Lincoln Cent series for many collectors. Both key coins and semi-key coins are in great demand due primarily to the limited supply of coins available. Since this increases the demand for such coins, the results are higher prices for all such coins. Coins with higher grades are even more difficult to acquire.

The grade of a coin is everything in coin collecting. This entices the rogues and cheats to misrepresent a coin's grade or quality. But this only works with raw coins. A certified and graded coin - by PCGS, NGC, ICG or ANACS - stifles the would be cheat and insures authenticity. In fact, these companies guarantee the coin's Authenticity, Identity, and Grade. I have seen company representatives, at trade shows, pay immediate cash reimbursements where a coin was mis-graded, or had a questionable identity or grade. The extra protection offered by a sealed slab, helps to maintain a coins condition and grade, which in turn keeps the value at a higher level than raw coins. Many people have had their entire collections sent in for certification and grading for the protection and value alone. It certainly increases a coins marketability, and eliminates any doubts about what is being bought or sold.

Other "Key" Dates include the following:

Lincoln Cents: 1909 S, 1909 S VDB, 1914 D, 1922 no mint, 1931 S

Jefferson Nickel: 1938-D, 1938-S, 1939-D, 1939-S and 1950-D

Roosevelt Dimes: 1949, 1949 S, 1950 S, and the 1951 S

Washington Quarters: 1932 D, 1932 S, 1934 - with Double Die Obverse (DDO), 1935 D, 1936 D, 1937 - with Double Die Obverse (DDO), 1937 S, 1938 S, 1939 S, 1940 D, 1942 D - with Double Die Obverse (DDO), 1942 D - with Double Die Reverse (DDR),1943 - with Double Die ?, 1943 S - with Double Die Obverse (DDO), 1950 D/S Over mintmark ( coin is a '50-D, with underlying S mintmark ), 1950 S/D Over mintmark ( coin is a '50-S, with underlying D mintmark ), and the 1955 D

The Concept of "Key" may also apply to the Type or Purpose of the coin collection, rather than the individual coin. For example, if a collector is putting together a collection of Walking Liberty Half Dollars, without regard to the Condition of the coins, then the "keys" are the 1921, 1921-D, and 1916-S.

But, if the Collector is putting together the same set, in Gem BU Condition, the 1919-D and the 1921-S would be considered the "keys" and the 1916-S likely would not, because the 1916-S either not available at all, or is plentiful. Also Key Date may be a replaceable term.

Another example, using Lincoln Cents: The "key dates" for the Lincoln Pennies, from 1909 -1958 (wheat cents) are: 1909s, 1909s VDB, 1914 D, 1922, and the 1931 S.

The "semi-key" dates are: 1910 S, 1911 D, 1911 S, 1912 S, 1913 D, 1913 S, 1914 S, 1915, 1921 S, 1922 D, 1923 S, 1924 D, 1926 S, 1931 D, and 1933 D.

Certain Sellers use the term "Key Date" to generate interest in a coin, whose date may be "Key", however, the Condition of the coin is usually less than desirable. Pay Attention!

Have fun collecting your Perfect Coins!

Robert L Taylor, JD

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About the Author
Robert Taylor is a retired Lawyer with a passion for collecting US coins. To share his Passion, he created http://www.ThePerfect-Coin.Com which features US Coins (from 1960) and http://www.PerfectDollarCoins.Com featuring US Dollars, all certified by NGC, PCGS, ICG and ANACS.

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