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1799/8 Draped Bust Dollar. 15 stars on reverse. BB-141. MS-62. Light golden toning. A frosty, tarnish-free early bust dollar with eruptions of luster in the fields, throughout the obverse and reverse peripheries, and within the major devices. It is s...

1855 1/2C MS64RD PCGS # 1235

A gorgeous fire-red near Gem type coin that has nearly mark-free surfaces. The devices are very well struck, although portions of the dentils are softly brought up. Carbon is microscopic.

1853 1C MS65RD PCGS # 1903

1853 MS65RD. So firey red the coin almost looks like it was minted yesterday, with virtually no marks and only a slight partial fingerprint to justify this grade, as opposed to a higher one.

1857 1C Flying Eagle MS65 PCGS # 2016

1857 Flying Eagle Cent, graded MS-65. Simply outstanding! This coin has a full strike and breathtaking eye appeal. It is a gem in every respect. The color is an even light nickel color with just a light contact marks above the Eagle's left wing. The ...

1908-S 1C MS66RD PCGS # 2234

1908-S 1C MS66RD. This is an outstanding, intensely bright example of the first minor (copper) coinage issue struck at a branch mint in the United States. Judging from the population data, the 1908-S and 1909-S Indian cents are about equal in rarity ...
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