DLRC – Passion meets Expertise

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MA-Shops expands further and welcomes a well known expert from the United States.

David Lawrence Rare Coins is a family business founded in 1979 by David Lawrence Feigenbaum in his spare bedroom. David, a Ph.D. in Marine Biology, was a passionate coin collector his entire life, who made the jump to coin dealing when his collecting desires exceeded his limited professor’s budget. After a long battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) Dave’s son, John, oversaw the company’s growth until 2015. In August of 2015, John became the Publisher of the CDN Publishing and passed along the operation to John Brush.

John Brush partnered with uber-collector Dell Loy Hansen in 2018, and now manages the company with the help of an extremely dedicated staff of 18 employees. The management team has a cumulative total of over 50 years with the company.

DLRC is deeply passionate about all aspects of coin collecting but is equally focused on bringing the latest technology advances to the hobby, and the best customer service possible. Over the years, we’ve helped build some of the greatest collections of our time and are the curators of the D.L. Hansen Collection of U.S. Coins, which is widely considered to be the great private collection of U.S. coins ever assembled. In some cases, we even helped sell these collections, as we did the Richmond Collection in 2004-2005. In fact, it was the first complete collection to garner over $20 million in public auction.

In recent years, David Lawrence Rare Coins has not only handled some great rarities like two examples of the 1894-S Dime, the finest 1901-S Barber Quarter (PCGS/CAC MS68+), the 1815 $5 PCGS MS65, and the finest 1884 Trade Dollar, as well as brokering the finest collection of Seated Dollars; we have also offered what is considered to be one of the largest active inventories of classic U.S. coins. We simply love what we do at DLRC and whether the coin is worth $5 or $5 million, we understand the rarity and the importance that collecting can play in one’s everyday life.

Visit the shop https://www.ma-shops.com/s/davidlawrence

US 1794 Flowing Hair $1

245,000.00 US$

Catalog: 6851
Weight: 26.96 g – Diameter: 39.00 mm
Mintage: 1
Immensely popular and rare first year dollar issue. With a low original mintage of just 1,758 coins, this piece is desirable in any grade as experts suspect fewer than 100 coins remain. Smooth, even wear with choice surfaces. This coin looks VF25-VF30 to us, but we’re happy with a wholesome coin such as this, no matter the grade! CAC approved for quality.
Type: Flowing hair
Mint: Philadelphia
Designer: Robert Scot
Edge: Lettered (HUNDRED CENTS ONE DOLLAR OR UNIT)
Eye appeal: ****
Toning: 3/10

US 1907 High Relief $20 NGC

60,500.00 US$

Catalog: 9135 – Weight: 33.44 g – Diameter: 34.00 mm
Housed in an old NGC “Fatty” Holder, the case displays a light crack at 12 o’clock, but the coin is unharmed and displays eye appeal and quality of a MS66. A beautiful representation of Liberty, it is quite possibly the nicest 65 that we’ve ever offered. A likely “Plus” grade with aspirations of MS66, this piece is truly an amazing gem. The High Relief Saint Gaudens is one of the most popular of all US numismatic items. CAC approved for quality.
Type: Saint Gaudens, no motto
Mint: Philadelphia
Designer: Augustus Saint-Gaudens
Edge: Reeded
Eye appeal: *****
Toning: 1/10

US 1883 $1 NGC/CAC 

15,500.00 US$

Catalog: 7318 – Weight: 26.73 g – Diameter: 38.10 mm
Mintage: 1
Beautiful ultra-gem proof Morgan Dollar in which only 1,039 proofs were struck of this issue. The obverse features stunning rose and golden highlights with a darker lavender and blue-green reverse. CAC approved for quality.
Type: Morgan
Mint: Philadelphia
Designer: George T. Morgan
Edge: Reeded
Eye appeal: *****
Toning: 4/10

US 1904 $1 PCGS

6,700.00 US$

Catalog: 7339 – Weight: 26.73 g – Diameter: 38.10 mm
Mintage: 650
Pretty gem proof Morgan with lovely toning and very nice eye appeal. The obverse and reverse toning consists of rose-gold in the center with blue and green highlights around the rim. The last year of regular proof issues for the Morgan set and we see this date less frequently than many others. Mintage of just 650 coins struck in proof format.
Type: Morgan
Mint: Philadelphia
Designer: George T. Morgan
Edge: Reeded
Eye appeal: *****
Toning: 4/10

US 1871 1c NGC/CAC

2,550.00 US$

Catalog: 2101 – Weight: 3.11 g – Diameter: 19.00 mm
Deeply toned gem example of this scarce date Indian Cent housed in an Old NGC Holder. CAC approved for quality.
Type: Indian Head, Shield Reverse (Bronze)
Mint: Philadelphia
Designer: James B. Longacre
Edge: Plain
Eye appeal: ****
Toning: 3/10

US 1926 Sesquicentennial $2 1/2 PCGS

1,500.00 US$

Catalog: 7466 – Weight: 4.18 g – Diameter: 18.00 mm
Mintage of 46,019 coins commemorating the 150th anniversary of U.S. Independence. Single year issue.
Type: Classic Commemoratives, Gold
Mint: Philadelphia
Designer: John R. Sinnock
Edge: Reeded
Eye appeal: *****
Toning: 2/10

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