PCGS Set Registry®
Legend Collection - The Number One Finest Set of All TimeHOF 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2015 2016
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From the Rep. Hayes Collection of first year type. Amazing multicolor toning over swirling luster.
A completely original gem from the Vermeule collection. Full flowing luster is graced by warm golden toning. Fantastic!
A stunning coin! Dripping with luster, the fields are extremely clean - especially the reverse. The obverse has multicolored mottled toning that is very attractive in hand.
Almost mark-free surfaces are visible through a light, original multicolored patina. Very lustrous for a Philadelphia coin.
Carter pedigree. Beautiful periphrial toning frames glowing golden surfaces. Absolutely riveting quality.
Satiny and nearly mark free. Well struck.
Fairfield Pedigree. This is the famous Marc Emory coin as related in Bower''s Trade Dollar Encyclopedia. Utterly perfect surfaces covered by just the lightest original toning.
Carter Pedigree. The finest Carson City trade dollar in existance. Partially prooflike and cameod with original periphrial toning. Outstanding eye appeal!
Carter Pedigree. Absolutely amazing luster with superb toning. This is the most common date in high grade, but quality such as this is rare indeed.
Yowza! Hands down the finest colored trade dollar in existance! Dripping with luster, the surfaces have only the slightest imperfections. The reverse is full MS69 quality.
Eliasberg Pedigree. The rarest trade dollar in mint state, with this being the only example graded above MS63. Completely original with a fabulous multicolored original patina covering glowing surfaces.
Eliasberg Pedigree. Lilac and grey toning over lustrous and clean surfaces. Extremely rare in true gem condition.
A completely original superb gem example of a date that almost never comes fully struck.
An amazing coin. The dies clashed and were repolished prior to striking this glittering gem. Fully cameod and possessing lovely periphrial toning.
Satiny, original multicolored toning over perfect surfaces. Has the eye appeal of an even higher grade.
White and flashy, with a hint of periphrial toning. Full cartwheel luster. Very well struck, the clean surfaces have just a few tiny planchet flakes in the fields.
The finest of the Seattle hoard [25 blazing unc coins found in a safe deposit box in 1990]. Completely original with just a bit of periphrial toning. The luster stands up and does cartwheels!