Riverside's Coin Album

1914-D 5C MS65 PCGS #3925

nice strike and color

1913 5C Type 1 PR67 PCGS #3988

1913 5C Type One PR67 PCGS Secure. CAC. From a technical standpoint, this immaculate Type One proof is all that could be desired -- sharply struck with impeccable surfaces and textbook matte finish that attracts specialists of the series to the 1913 Type One design. Pale-gold color surrounds ice-blue centers, with lilac accents for outstanding eye appeal. CAC endorsement recognizes the high quality of this Superb Gem.

1913 5C Type 2 PR67 PCGS #3990

1913 5C Type Two PR67 PCGS. Type Two proofs from this first year of issue were struck to the extent of 1,514 coins. The surfaces of this Superb Gem representative show golden patina at first glance, but iridescent accents appear when the coin is rotated, including peach-orange, rose, sky-blue, and mint green. Finely textured fields and a full strike are expected but no less appealing.

1916 5C PR67 PCGS #3993

1916 5C PR67 PCGS This richly toned specimen exhibits intermingled highlights of powder blue and reddish-gold on mauve-gray patina. Fully struck, as befits a Proof, with a smooth satin texture. This is the Larry H. Miller coin sold by Stack's Bowers auctions in November 2020. It was under graded as a proof 65 in that sale and subsequently regraded as a proof 67. I purchased it from U.S. Coins and Jewelry in March 2021.

1936 5C Satin PR66 PCGS #3994

1936 5C Type One -- Satin Finish PR66 PCGS. Peripheral rainbow toning graces the satiny, iridescent surfaces of this Premium Gem proof, producing a warm visual effect and accenting the craggy features of the chief and bison. The strike is resoundingly sharp throughout both sides.

1936 5C Satin PR66 PCGS #3994

1936 5C Type One -- Satin Finish PR66 PCGS. Peripheral rainbow toning graces the satiny, iridescent surfaces of this Premium Gem proof, producing a warm visual effect and accenting the craggy features of the chief and bison. The strike is resoundingly sharp throughout both sides.

1937 5C PR67+ PCGS #3996

This is essentially a flawless coin. Each side displays multicolored streaks of toning with no loss of the underlying brightness from the mirrored fields. Carbon-free surfaces.

1917 25C Type 1 MS66FH PCGS #5707

Really nice white satin surfaces with almost no marks. Looks much nicer in person than my images.

1917-D 25C Type 1 MS66FH PCGS #5709

Nice high grade 17-D type one quarter. In person the coin has much better luster, my images look darker than the actual coin does. One of the first coins that I purchased with a CAC sticker.

1917-S 25C Type 1 MS65FH PCGS #5711

Really nice full strike with good luster.

1917 25C Type 2 MS66FH PCGS #5715

Good strike with a good full head and nice white satin surfaces.

1917 25C Type 2 MS66FH PCGS #5715

Good strike with a good full head and nice white satin surfaces.

1917-D 25C Type 2 MS66 PCGS #5716

Very lustrous with brighter surfaces than my image can show. Another coin with a CAC sticker.

1917-S 25C Type 2 MS64FH PCGS #5719

I bought this coin raw and submitted it to PCGS for grading. The coin has a very nice white satin surfaces with good luster and good head details.

1918 25C MS65 PCGS #5720

Nice surfaces mostly white in color with some light Amber toning

1918-D 25C MS65FH PCGS #5723

Really nice white satin surfaces with a full strike and full head details. Great eye appeal, a real gem.

1918-D 25C MS65FH PCGS #5723

Really nice white satin surfaces with a full strike and full head details. Great eye appeal, a real gem.

1918-S 25C MS65 PCGS #5724

Nice eye appeal, mostly white color with some light amber toning.

1919-D 25C MS65 PCGS #5730

A tougher date standing quarter with nice original surfaces and partial head details.

1919-S 25C MS65 PCGS #5732

One of the last coins I purchased to complete my set. Very scarce, hard to find in gem mint state condition. This coin has somewhat mottled toning but nice luster and good striking details.

1920 25C MS66 PCGS #5734

Better than average luster with white satin surfaces and very light toning on the reverse. Another coin with a CAC sticker.

1920-D 25C MS65 PCGS #5736

Nice original surfaces with very few marks and gem eye appeal

1920-S 25C MS65 PCGS #5738

Somewhat darker amber colored toning with good strike and partial head details

1923 25C MS65 PCGS #5742

Good eye appeal and good striking details, mostly white color with light amber toning on the reverse

1923-S 25C MS66 PCGS #5744

Really nice original white satin surfaces with overall excellent eye appeal. A good strike with most of the head details showing. A real nice gem coin.