If you think our iAuction events are a numismatic dumping ground for lower-quality and otherwise common coins, perhaps you should think again. Among the offerings in our upcoming iAuction is an outstanding MS-64 1914-D half eagle in an old-style green PCGS holder. Its deep golden surfaces are alive with bold luster, rich rose iridescence, and smooth surfaces that reveal nary a mark. The modest mintage for the date of 247,000 pieces is among the lowest in the design type — surprisingly, Philadelphia struck the exact same amount of half eagles in 1914. We also note that fewer than 20 grading events have occurred for the date at PCGS in a finer grade than MS-64. With this in mind, perhaps a strong bid on this Mint State-64 1914-D half eagle is a smart move. Another smart move? Why not become acquainted with our new iAuctions. You will be amazed at the offerings in this “something for everybody” venue. All of our customers, new and old, are cordially invited to enjoy one of the best internet auction presentations in numismatics today — the Stack’s Bowers Galleries iAuctions.