Number of Required Coins : 32

Current Finest Possible Set Rating : 60.949

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This is our smallest coin. It's also the only one struck in 75% silver (that's the "type one" of 1851-53 only). There are lots of tiny mintages in the series, many condition rarities, three different types and a lot of history. Why does the set stop in 1872? Because the 1873 is a "Proof-only" issue with no circulation strikes being issued. One more bit of trivia: Only one date in the series has a mintmark. Can you name the date and Mint?

Notes: This set is a work in progress. As new varieties are graded, they may be added to the set.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)View PCGS Era
RankCollection% CompleteWeighted GPASet Rating
1 Scarsdale Click to Contact OwnerClick to view Set Images 81.25% 61.19 50.76
2 chugum Click to view Set Images 81.25% 63.94 50.14
3 The Blue Valley Collection of Silver Three Cent Pieces Click to Contact Owner 68.75% 57.09 37.63
4 N.A.R.C. Click to view Set Images 59.38% 66.07 32.28
5 lostmountainman 43.75% 49.52 17.44
Current Finest
RankCollection% CompleteWeighted GPASet Rating
1 Scarsdale Click to Contact OwnerClick to view Set Images 81.25% 61.19 50.76
2 chugum Click to view Set Images 81.25% 63.94 50.14
3 The Blue Valley Collection of Silver Three Cent Pieces Click to Contact Owner 68.75% 57.09 37.63
4 N.A.R.C. Click to view Set Images 59.38% 66.07 32.28
5 lostmountainman 43.75% 49.52 17.44