1909 1C Lincoln PR65RB PCGS # 3304

Ex. BWRC, Stefano. BWRC Plate Coin. Drop Dead GORGEOUS! Sometimes you just have to wonder. This is simply the most attractive 1909 cent that I have ever owned, counting two 66RBs and a currently owned 66RD, which is also quite amazing. So, what were ...

1909 1C Lincoln PR66RD PCGS # 3305

Ex. Watkins. Mr. Lincoln is on fire! Obviously a very special coin. The red on this coin pops like it was struck yesterday. And the luster, the surfaces, the detail, originality, it's all there. There is a slight rose tint to the bust, surrounded by...

1910 1C PR66BN PCGS # 3306

Quite the nice blue copper coin. Obverse appearance of a cameo, and nearly spot-free surfaces, save for a teensy spot a 3 o'clock. Coin is a bit more dark than the photos would suggest, but in-hand, it is easy to produce the desired effect, as the co...

1912 1C PR66+ BN PCGS # 3312

Ex. Slattery, Wagner. Stunning spot-free original toned gem! Add to that the highest numerically graded 1912 in a PCGS holder, earning the first "Plus" designation at the 66 level. The obverse of this coin is so incredibly pretty, it's not hard to se...

1915 1C PR66RB PCGS # 3322

Ex. Slattery. A breathtakingly original target toned coin, with a bright brassy center surrounded by beautiful green. Thanks, Jack for this wonderful piece!

1936 1C Satin PR66RB PCGS # 3331

Who says Satin Proofs aren't pretty? Not quite a Matte, not quite brilliant, but definitely beautiful. This crescent toned gem sure didn't take long to decide on, with its perfectly blended greens and magentas approaching copper red centers. Even jad...
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