Master_Ho's Coin Album

1880-S $1 MS64 PCGS #7118

"Double rainbow"; looks very flashy, or even proof-like, under a beautiful golden-russet with rainbow toning on both front and back. Looks only a mark away from being a full gem MS65

1880-S $1 MS64 PCGS #7118

"Double rainbow"; looks very flashy, or even proof-like, under a beautiful golden-russet with rainbow toning on both front and back. Looks only a mark away from being a full gem MS65

1881-S $1 MS65 PCGS #7130

Picture is the MS64 coin; strong obverse toning - with copper and some rust and blue-green

1882-S $1 MS65 PCGS #7140

"Fire & Ice Woman" - Amazing Sunburst Rainbow toning with deep reds, oranges, yellows into cobalt and perrywinkle blues. A semi-PL reverse, with golden-toned rim.

1884 $1 MS64PL PCGS #7151

Charcoal and deep purple color with rainbow hue, more rainbow depending on the angle you view it, with on obverse.

1885-O $1 MS63 PCGS #7162

Rainbow on obverse corner. Interesting hue covering the reverse of this example. It''s a cross between ''charcoal and deep purple'' depending on the viewing angle.

1885-O $1 MS63 PCGS #7162

"Golden Girl" - Rainbow on obverse side, primarily gold that lights up the face and with striking touches of oranges, reds and blues. The color is truly gorgeous.

1886 $1 MS63 PCGS #7166

"Wild Sunset Rainbow"; pretty (some neon) sunset colors blanket the complete reverse. The obverse is brilliant.

1886 $1 MS64 PCGS #7166

"Double Rainbow" - Incredible rainbow toning on both sides - primarily a deep rich orangy copper color with deep reds, into cobalt, perrywinkle blues and greens. The color is rich, dark and intense. Good luster and cartwheel.

1887 $1 MS64 PCGS #7172

Copper colored toning, in light to dark shades, on obverse and rim of blast white reverse; great eye appeal - great strike, strong hairlines & feathers, double sharp.

1887 $1 MS64 PCGS #7172

Copper colored toning, in light to dark shades, on obverse and rim of blast white reverse; great eye appeal - great strike, strong hairlines & feathers, double sharp.

1887 $1 MS64 PCGS #7172

"Rainbow Aura" - Very unique pattern on the obverse with purple, blue, yellow, and magenta ringing a gorgeous rich copper area - hence the look of an "aura" shining from Miss Liberty's face - and a dark purple-gray rim on the right side of the coin. There is a russet-copper toning on the reverse. All the colors are much darker and fuller than the picture suggests.

1888 $1 MS64 PCGS #7182

Great luster and toning, obverse is mainly grey but hints of gold, blue and green on rim. The reverse is more a grey-ish copper color.

1926 $20 MS62 PCGS #9183

The error (a strike thru) is at the top of Miss Liberty's right leg. A scrap of gold, which apparently had fallen onto the gold planchet and was struck into the coin. I think it looks like the outline of a mouse (tail and all) running down Miss Liberty's gown. On the back, there is another larger one, and smaller one, on the eagles wings!