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1857 1C Flying Eagle MS64 PCGS #2016

This attractive Choice example offers sharply detailed design elements and lightly marked surfaces with vibrant mint luster throughout.

1796 10C AU53 PCGS #4461

JR-6; R5.3;A Mintage of 22,135; only 253 certified. 98 finer.

1839 10C No Drapery MS66 PCGS #4571

CAC. A stunning Premium Gem representing the second design modification to the Seated Liberty type, this piece has light champagne toning over frosty and brilliant surfaces with bright underlying mint luster. Small splashes of tan toning are evident on the slightly rotated reverse. Population: 11 in 66, 9 finer Fortin-106b

1804 1/2C Plain 4, No Stems MS64RB PCGS #1064

CAC. 9 at MS64, none finer. Manley Die State 2.0 with indistinct dentils on the obverse and upper reverse. Although Cohen lists 13 varieties, C-13 is promptly attributed by its Plain 4 and absent stems. This boldly struck near-Gem retains ample brick-red, although the portrait and fields are gunmetal-gray. Refreshingly free from abrasions. EAC grade MS63

1804 1/2C Plain 4, No Stems MS64RB PCGS #1064

CAC. 9 at MS64, none finer. Manley Die State 2.0 with indistinct dentils on the obverse and upper reverse. Although Cohen lists 13 varieties, C-13 is promptly attributed by its Plain 4 and absent stems. This boldly struck near-Gem retains ample brick-red, although the portrait and fields are gunmetal-gray. Refreshingly free from abrasions. EAC grade MS63

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1802 1C AU53BN PCGS #1470

A medium brown cent with glimpses of lighter mahogany toning. Marks are trivial save for wispy field abrasions near the hair ribbon

1802 1C AU53BN PCGS #1470

A medium brown cent with glimpses of lighter mahogany toning. Marks are trivial save for wispy field abrasions near the hair ribbon

1802 1C AU53BN PCGS #1470

A medium brown cent with glimpses of lighter mahogany toning. Marks are trivial save for wispy field abrasions near the hair ribbon

1814 1C Plain 4 AU50BN PCGS #1576

CAC. This is a high grade example with much underlying glossy luster still evident beneath golden-brown and gunmetal surfaces. Well struck overall and only lightly abraded.Ex: Ramont (2/1995), Jules Reiver Collection (Heritage, 1/2006)(as NGC AU55)

1814 1C Plain 4 AU50BN PCGS #1576

CAC. This is a high grade example with much underlying glossy luster still evident beneath golden-brown and gunmetal surfaces. Well struck overall and only lightly abraded.Ex: Ramont (2/1995), Jules Reiver Collection (Heritage, 1/2006)(as NGC AU55)

1837 1C Medium Letters MS65BN PCGS #1735

Plain Cords, Medium Letters, N-7, N-8, R.1. A lengthy die crack runs from the left reverse rim through STATES to the center OF, to the rim over A. Elsewhere, a bold dot between EN of CENT is diagnostic. The lack of die scratches above MERIC suggest the N-7 designation, a late state of the dies. Delightful chestnut-brown color covers both sides of this glossy Gem, which is sharply struck with excellent eye appeal. EAC grade MS60.

1837 1C Medium Letters MS65BN PCGS #1735

Plain Cords, Medium Letters, N-7, N-8, R.1. A lengthy die crack runs from the left reverse rim through STATES to the center OF, to the rim over A. Elsewhere, a bold dot between EN of CENT is diagnostic. The lack of die scratches above MERIC suggest the N-7 designation, a late state of the dies. Delightful chestnut-brown color covers both sides of this glossy Gem, which is sharply struck with excellent eye appeal. EAC grade MS60.

1837 1C Medium Letters MS65BN PCGS #1735

Plain Cords, Medium Letters, N-7, N-8, R.1. A lengthy die crack runs from the left reverse rim through STATES to the center OF, to the rim over A. Elsewhere, a bold dot between EN of CENT is diagnostic. The lack of die scratches above MERIC suggest the N-7 designation, a late state of the dies. Delightful chestnut-brown color covers both sides of this glossy Gem, which is sharply struck with excellent eye appeal. EAC grade MS60.

1837 1C Medium Letters MS65BN PCGS #1735

Plain Cords, Medium Letters, N-7, N-8, R.1. A lengthy die crack runs from the left reverse rim through STATES to the center OF, to the rim over A. Elsewhere, a bold dot between EN of CENT is diagnostic. The lack of die scratches above MERIC suggest the N-7 designation, a late state of the dies. Delightful chestnut-brown color covers both sides of this glossy Gem, which is sharply struck with excellent eye appeal. EAC grade MS60.

1857 1C Flying Eagle MS64 PCGS #2016

This attractive Choice example offers sharply detailed design elements and lightly marked surfaces with vibrant mint luster throughout.

1857 1C Flying Eagle MS64 PCGS #2016

This attractive Choice example offers sharply detailed design elements and lightly marked surfaces with vibrant mint luster throughout.

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1853 3CS MS64 PCGS #3667

type I

1853 3CS MS64 PCGS #3667

type I

1853 3CS MS64 PCGS #3667

type I

1853 3CS MS64 PCGS #3667

type I

1861 3CS MS65 PCGS #3679

Type III

1861 3CS MS65 PCGS #3679

Type III

1866 5C Rays MS63 PCGS #3790

DDO &RPD FS-05-1866-102

1866 5C Rays MS63 PCGS #3790

DDO &RPD FS-05-1866-102

1883 5C Shield MS64 PCGS #3813

FS-305 overdate

1883 5C Shield MS64 PCGS #3813

FS-305 overdate

1883 5C No CENTS MS66 PCGS #3841

CAC, multiple die cracks, "full corn"

1883 5C No CENTS MS66 PCGS #3841

CAC, multiple die cracks, "full corn"

1941-D 5C MS66+ FS PCGS #84011

Full Steps

1941-D 5C MS66+ FS PCGS #84011

Full Steps

1941-D 5C MS66+ FS PCGS #84011

Full Steps

1941-D 5C MS66+ FS PCGS #84011

Full Steps

1943-D 5C MS67FS PCGS #84020

Full Steps Silver "War Nickel". Golden/Amber toning in center of coin. Heavier toning on Obverse than on the Reverse.

1943-D 5C MS67FS PCGS #84020

Full Steps Silver "War Nickel". Golden/Amber toning in center of coin. Heavier toning on Obverse than on the Reverse.

1943-D 5C MS67FS PCGS #84020

Full Steps Silver "War Nickel". Golden/Amber toning in center of coin. Heavier toning on Obverse than on the Reverse.

1943-D 5C MS67FS PCGS #84020

Full Steps Silver "War Nickel". Golden/Amber toning in center of coin. Heavier toning on Obverse than on the Reverse.

1943-D 5C MS67FS PCGS #84020

Full Steps Silver "War Nickel". Golden/Amber toning in center of coin. Heavier toning on Obverse than on the Reverse.

1854 H10C Arrows MS63 PCGS #4358

A heavily toned Choice uncirculated half dime, with iridescent greens and pinks. Just a 3 year run for the variety 3 arrows at date type.

1854 H10C Arrows MS63 PCGS #4358

A heavily toned Choice uncirculated half dime, with iridescent greens and pinks. Just a 3 year run for the variety 3 arrows at date type.

1854 H10C Arrows MS63 PCGS #4358

A heavily toned Choice uncirculated half dime, with iridescent greens and pinks. Just a 3 year run for the variety 3 arrows at date type.

1854 H10C Arrows MS63 PCGS #4358

A heavily toned Choice uncirculated half dime, with iridescent greens and pinks. Just a 3 year run for the variety 3 arrows at date type.

1796 10C AU53 PCGS #4461

JR-6; R5.3;A Mintage of 22,135; only 253 certified. 98 finer.

1796 10C AU53 PCGS #4461

JR-6; R5.3;A Mintage of 22,135; only 253 certified. 98 finer.

1807 10C AU53 PCGS #38770

1807 10C JR-1 AU53 PCGS. Only 6 Finer. Struck from a late die state, with a noticeable die bulge at ERT of LIBERTY and extensive die clashing on the obverse. The strike is diagnostically weak at the left obverse stars and on the reverse legend, although the hard-used dies held up remarkably well in their final use to strike 165,000 pieces. Light silver-gray surfaces show almond-gold toning at the margins and glimpses of remaining mint luster.

1807 10C AU53 PCGS #38770

1807 10C JR-1 AU53 PCGS. Only 6 Finer. Struck from a late die state, with a noticeable die bulge at ERT of LIBERTY and extensive die clashing on the obverse. The strike is diagnostically weak at the left obverse stars and on the reverse legend, although the hard-used dies held up remarkably well in their final use to strike 165,000 pieces. Light silver-gray surfaces show almond-gold toning at the margins and glimpses of remaining mint luster.

1807 10C AU53 PCGS #38770

1807 10C JR-1 AU53 PCGS. Only 6 Finer. Struck from a late die state, with a noticeable die bulge at ERT of LIBERTY and extensive die clashing on the obverse. The strike is diagnostically weak at the left obverse stars and on the reverse legend, although the hard-used dies held up remarkably well in their final use to strike 165,000 pieces. Light silver-gray surfaces show almond-gold toning at the margins and glimpses of remaining mint luster.

1807 10C AU53 PCGS #38770

1807 10C JR-1 AU53 PCGS. Only 6 Finer. Struck from a late die state, with a noticeable die bulge at ERT of LIBERTY and extensive die clashing on the obverse. The strike is diagnostically weak at the left obverse stars and on the reverse legend, although the hard-used dies held up remarkably well in their final use to strike 165,000 pieces. Light silver-gray surfaces show almond-gold toning at the margins and glimpses of remaining mint luster.

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

JR-9. The 83 in the date are repunched. This sharply struck and lustrous representative has a brilliant obverse. The reverse displays light olive-green and lavender shades.

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

JR-9. The 83 in the date are repunched. This sharply struck and lustrous representative has a brilliant obverse. The reverse displays light olive-green and lavender shades.

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

JR-9. The 83 in the date are repunched. This sharply struck and lustrous representative has a brilliant obverse. The reverse displays light olive-green and lavender shades.

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

JR-9. The 83 in the date are repunched. This sharply struck and lustrous representative has a brilliant obverse. The reverse displays light olive-green and lavender shades.

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date AU58 PCGS #4561

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date, F-101b, R.2, AU58 PCGS. Dual radial cracks on the lower obverse, and the absence of clash marks on the reverse, confirm the intermediate die state for the Large Date variety. A satiny stone-white representative that has an even strike and few marks.

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date AU58 PCGS #4561

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date, F-101b, R.2, AU58 PCGS. Dual radial cracks on the lower obverse, and the absence of clash marks on the reverse, confirm the intermediate die state for the Large Date variety. A satiny stone-white representative that has an even strike and few marks.

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date AU58 PCGS #4561

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date, F-101b, R.2, AU58 PCGS. Dual radial cracks on the lower obverse, and the absence of clash marks on the reverse, confirm the intermediate die state for the Large Date variety. A satiny stone-white representative that has an even strike and few marks.

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date AU58 PCGS #4561

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date, F-101b, R.2, AU58 PCGS. Dual radial cracks on the lower obverse, and the absence of clash marks on the reverse, confirm the intermediate die state for the Large Date variety. A satiny stone-white representative that has an even strike and few marks.

1839 10C No Drapery MS66 PCGS #4571

CAC. A stunning Premium Gem representing the second design modification to the Seated Liberty type, this piece has light champagne toning over frosty and brilliant surfaces with bright underlying mint luster. Small splashes of tan toning are evident on the slightly rotated reverse. Population: 11 in 66, 9 finer Fortin-106b

1839 10C No Drapery MS66 PCGS #4571

CAC. A stunning Premium Gem representing the second design modification to the Seated Liberty type, this piece has light champagne toning over frosty and brilliant surfaces with bright underlying mint luster. Small splashes of tan toning are evident on the slightly rotated reverse. Population: 11 in 66, 9 finer Fortin-106b

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1898 10C MS66 PCGS #4815

only 12 Finer in PCGS. Pleasing Olive/Aqua toning on both obverse and reverse on this Gem example.

1898 10C MS66 PCGS #4815

only 12 Finer in PCGS. Pleasing Olive/Aqua toning on both obverse and reverse on this Gem example.

1898 10C MS66 PCGS #4815

only 12 Finer in PCGS. Pleasing Olive/Aqua toning on both obverse and reverse on this Gem example.

1898 10C MS66 PCGS #4815

only 12 Finer in PCGS. Pleasing Olive/Aqua toning on both obverse and reverse on this Gem example.

1875-S 20C MS64 PCGS #5298

Shimmering orange and rose patina crosses parts of the fields of this type-issue twenty cent piece. Vibrantly lustrous and well-defined with striking visual appeal. Scared or Sad Liberty face.

1875-S 20C MS64 PCGS #5298

Shimmering orange and rose patina crosses parts of the fields of this type-issue twenty cent piece. Vibrantly lustrous and well-defined with striking visual appeal. Scared or Sad Liberty face.

1875-S 20C MS64 PCGS #5298

Shimmering orange and rose patina crosses parts of the fields of this type-issue twenty cent piece. Vibrantly lustrous and well-defined with striking visual appeal. Scared or Sad Liberty face.

1875-S 20C MS64 PCGS #5298

Shimmering orange and rose patina crosses parts of the fields of this type-issue twenty cent piece. Vibrantly lustrous and well-defined with striking visual appeal. Scared or Sad Liberty face.

1832 25C MS63 PCGS #5351

B-2 (Browning). This lovely Select Mint State example is tied for the eighth finest according to the Rea-Koenings-Haroutunian Condition Census that is presented in Early Quarter Dollars of the US Mint (2010). The obverse is cracked from the hair curl to the three lowest stars on the right, apparently as always. This variety was produced before 1832 B-1. Both sides exhibit frosty mint luster with delicate gold, champagne, and steel toning on the ivory surfaces. Population: 13 in 63, 16 finer

1832 25C MS63 PCGS #5351

B-2 (Browning). This lovely Select Mint State example is tied for the eighth finest according to the Rea-Koenings-Haroutunian Condition Census that is presented in Early Quarter Dollars of the US Mint (2010). The obverse is cracked from the hair curl to the three lowest stars on the right, apparently as always. This variety was produced before 1832 B-1. Both sides exhibit frosty mint luster with delicate gold, champagne, and steel toning on the ivory surfaces. Population: 13 in 63, 16 finer

1832 25C MS63 PCGS #5351

B-2 (Browning). This lovely Select Mint State example is tied for the eighth finest according to the Rea-Koenings-Haroutunian Condition Census that is presented in Early Quarter Dollars of the US Mint (2010). The obverse is cracked from the hair curl to the three lowest stars on the right, apparently as always. This variety was produced before 1832 B-1. Both sides exhibit frosty mint luster with delicate gold, champagne, and steel toning on the ivory surfaces. Population: 13 in 63, 16 finer

1832 25C MS63 PCGS #5351

B-2 (Browning). This lovely Select Mint State example is tied for the eighth finest according to the Rea-Koenings-Haroutunian Condition Census that is presented in Early Quarter Dollars of the US Mint (2010). The obverse is cracked from the hair curl to the three lowest stars on the right, apparently as always. This variety was produced before 1832 B-1. Both sides exhibit frosty mint luster with delicate gold, champagne, and steel toning on the ivory surfaces. Population: 13 in 63, 16 finer

1840-O 25C No Drapery MS62 PCGS #5393

Briggs 2-B, Flynn RPD-002. The 0 in the date is repunched south. This MS62 No Drapery quarter has ivory-gray surfaces with specks of gunmetal coloring near the borders. Softly lustrous and fairly sharp for an early O-mint product. Population: 8 in 62, 8 finer

1840-O 25C No Drapery MS62 PCGS #5393

Briggs 2-B, Flynn RPD-002. The 0 in the date is repunched south. This MS62 No Drapery quarter has ivory-gray surfaces with specks of gunmetal coloring near the borders. Softly lustrous and fairly sharp for an early O-mint product. Population: 8 in 62, 8 finer

1840-O 25C No Drapery MS62 PCGS #5393

Briggs 2-B, Flynn RPD-002. The 0 in the date is repunched south. This MS62 No Drapery quarter has ivory-gray surfaces with specks of gunmetal coloring near the borders. Softly lustrous and fairly sharp for an early O-mint product. Population: 8 in 62, 8 finer

1840-O 25C No Drapery MS62 PCGS #5393

Briggs 2-B, Flynn RPD-002. The 0 in the date is repunched south. This MS62 No Drapery quarter has ivory-gray surfaces with specks of gunmetal coloring near the borders. Softly lustrous and fairly sharp for an early O-mint product. Population: 8 in 62, 8 finer

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1883 25C MS66 PCGS #5515

CAC. PCGS has seen 19 submissions in MS66 (one in MS66+) and three finer. This is among six in this grade with the CAC green bean.The stars on this lavishly patinated Premium Gem show full centers and radial lines. Definition is equally bold on Liberty's head, the eagle's wing feathers, claws, and arrow fletchings. Briggs 2a. Perhaps 800 total survive.

1883 25C MS66 PCGS #5515

CAC. PCGS has seen 19 submissions in MS66 (one in MS66+) and three finer. This is among six in this grade with the CAC green bean.The stars on this lavishly patinated Premium Gem show full centers and radial lines. Definition is equally bold on Liberty's head, the eagle's wing feathers, claws, and arrow fletchings. Briggs 2a. Perhaps 800 total survive.

1883 25C MS66 PCGS #5515

CAC. PCGS has seen 19 submissions in MS66 (one in MS66+) and three finer. This is among six in this grade with the CAC green bean.The stars on this lavishly patinated Premium Gem show full centers and radial lines. Definition is equally bold on Liberty's head, the eagle's wing feathers, claws, and arrow fletchings. Briggs 2a. Perhaps 800 total survive.

1883 25C MS66 PCGS #5515

CAC. PCGS has seen 19 submissions in MS66 (one in MS66+) and three finer. This is among six in this grade with the CAC green bean.The stars on this lavishly patinated Premium Gem show full centers and radial lines. Definition is equally bold on Liberty's head, the eagle's wing feathers, claws, and arrow fletchings. Briggs 2a. Perhaps 800 total survive.

1883 25C MS66 PCGS #5515

CAC. PCGS has seen 19 submissions in MS66 (one in MS66+) and three finer. This is among six in this grade with the CAC green bean.The stars on this lavishly patinated Premium Gem show full centers and radial lines. Definition is equally bold on Liberty's head, the eagle's wing feathers, claws, and arrow fletchings. Briggs 2a. Perhaps 800 total survive.

1883 25C MS66 PCGS #5515

CAC. PCGS has seen 19 submissions in MS66 (one in MS66+) and three finer. This is among six in this grade with the CAC green bean.The stars on this lavishly patinated Premium Gem show full centers and radial lines. Definition is equally bold on Liberty's head, the eagle's wing feathers, claws, and arrow fletchings. Briggs 2a. Perhaps 800 total survive.

1874-S 25C Arrows MS66 PCGS #5495

Briggs 1-A. Forest-green and tobacco-brown toning accompanies the borders, while the fields and motifs are principally brilliant. A crisply struck, frosty, and thoroughly lustrous Premium Gem that boasts superior eye appeal. PCGS reports just five numerically finer examples. Population: 36 in 66 (2 in 66+), 5 finer

1874-S 25C Arrows MS66 PCGS #5495

Briggs 1-A. Forest-green and tobacco-brown toning accompanies the borders, while the fields and motifs are principally brilliant. A crisply struck, frosty, and thoroughly lustrous Premium Gem that boasts superior eye appeal. PCGS reports just five numerically finer examples. Population: 36 in 66 (2 in 66+), 5 finer

1874-S 25C Arrows MS66 PCGS #5495

Briggs 1-A. Forest-green and tobacco-brown toning accompanies the borders, while the fields and motifs are principally brilliant. A crisply struck, frosty, and thoroughly lustrous Premium Gem that boasts superior eye appeal. PCGS reports just five numerically finer examples. Population: 36 in 66 (2 in 66+), 5 finer

1874-S 25C Arrows MS66 PCGS #5495

Briggs 1-A. Forest-green and tobacco-brown toning accompanies the borders, while the fields and motifs are principally brilliant. A crisply struck, frosty, and thoroughly lustrous Premium Gem that boasts superior eye appeal. PCGS reports just five numerically finer examples. Population: 36 in 66 (2 in 66+), 5 finer

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1929 25C MS66FH PCGS #5773

A well struck and lustrous gem that shows a light dusting of russet-slate toning. Pleasing for the grade.

1929 25C MS66FH PCGS #5773

A well struck and lustrous gem that shows a light dusting of russet-slate toning. Pleasing for the grade.

1838 50C Reeded Edge MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C Reeded Edge MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C Reeded Edge MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C Reeded Edge MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C Reeded Edge MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C Reeded Edge MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1850-O 50C MS63 PCGS #6265

This Select 1850-O half is largely untoned and frosty, showing abundant luster amid a few small scrapes. A scarce variety, with doubling on the upper vertical obverse shield lines and shield edge. Two knocks on Liberty's knees are the only mentionable marks, making this an appealing and well-struck candidate for a type, date, or variety set.

1850-O 50C MS63 PCGS #6265

This Select 1850-O half is largely untoned and frosty, showing abundant luster amid a few small scrapes. A scarce variety, with doubling on the upper vertical obverse shield lines and shield edge. Two knocks on Liberty's knees are the only mentionable marks, making this an appealing and well-struck candidate for a type, date, or variety set.

1850-O 50C MS63 PCGS #6265

This Select 1850-O half is largely untoned and frosty, showing abundant luster amid a few small scrapes. A scarce variety, with doubling on the upper vertical obverse shield lines and shield edge. Two knocks on Liberty's knees are the only mentionable marks, making this an appealing and well-struck candidate for a type, date, or variety set.

1850-O 50C MS63 PCGS #6265

This Select 1850-O half is largely untoned and frosty, showing abundant luster amid a few small scrapes. A scarce variety, with doubling on the upper vertical obverse shield lines and shield edge. Two knocks on Liberty's knees are the only mentionable marks, making this an appealing and well-struck candidate for a type, date, or variety set.

1883 50C MS64 PCGS #6365

Only 8000 struck,perhaps 200 Unc. survive. 31 finer. Brilliant aside from delicate wisps of golden-russet toning at the borders, this frosty near-Gem is irregularly struck with needle-sharp centers and a hint of softness at the upper obverse and corresponding area on the reverse

1883 50C MS64 PCGS #6365

Only 8000 struck,perhaps 200 Unc. survive. 31 finer. Brilliant aside from delicate wisps of golden-russet toning at the borders, this frosty near-Gem is irregularly struck with needle-sharp centers and a hint of softness at the upper obverse and corresponding area on the reverse

1883 50C MS64 PCGS #6365

Only 8000 struck,perhaps 200 Unc. survive. 31 finer. Brilliant aside from delicate wisps of golden-russet toning at the borders, this frosty near-Gem is irregularly struck with needle-sharp centers and a hint of softness at the upper obverse and corresponding area on the reverse

1883 50C MS64 PCGS #6365

Only 8000 struck,perhaps 200 Unc. survive. 31 finer. Brilliant aside from delicate wisps of golden-russet toning at the borders, this frosty near-Gem is irregularly struck with needle-sharp centers and a hint of softness at the upper obverse and corresponding area on the reverse

1883 50C MS64 PCGS #6365

Only 8000 struck,perhaps 200 Unc. survive. 31 finer. Brilliant aside from delicate wisps of golden-russet toning at the borders, this frosty near-Gem is irregularly struck with needle-sharp centers and a hint of softness at the upper obverse and corresponding area on the reverse

1883 50C MS64 PCGS #6365

Only 8000 struck,perhaps 200 Unc. survive. 31 finer. Brilliant aside from delicate wisps of golden-russet toning at the borders, this frosty near-Gem is irregularly struck with needle-sharp centers and a hint of softness at the upper obverse and corresponding area on the reverse

1938-D 50C MS66+ PCGS #6605

CAC, Key Date

1938-D 50C MS66+ PCGS #6605

CAC, Key Date

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1870 $1 MS60 PCGS #6963

WE and STATES are nicely die doubled, one of the few DDR varieties overlooked by Kevin Flynn in his recently published reference to the series. Brilliant and appealing for the designated grade. The strike shows minor softness on portions of the eagle and the right-side stars. Housed in an old green label holder.

1870 $1 MS60 PCGS #6963

WE and STATES are nicely die doubled, one of the few DDR varieties overlooked by Kevin Flynn in his recently published reference to the series. Brilliant and appealing for the designated grade. The strike shows minor softness on portions of the eagle and the right-side stars. Housed in an old green label holder.

1870 $1 MS60 PCGS #6963

WE and STATES are nicely die doubled, one of the few DDR varieties overlooked by Kevin Flynn in his recently published reference to the series. Brilliant and appealing for the designated grade. The strike shows minor softness on portions of the eagle and the right-side stars. Housed in an old green label holder.

1883 G$1 MS65 PCGS #7584

10800 minted. 682 PCGS certified, 83 in MS 65. Coinfacts- 65 or better R-5.8

1883 G$1 MS65 PCGS #7584

10800 minted. 682 PCGS certified, 83 in MS 65. Coinfacts- 65 or better R-5.8

1883 G$1 MS65 PCGS #7584

10800 minted. 682 PCGS certified, 83 in MS 65. Coinfacts- 65 or better R-5.8

1883 G$1 MS65 PCGS #7584

10800 minted. 682 PCGS certified, 83 in MS 65. Coinfacts- 65 or better R-5.8

1839-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7701

A historically significant gold coin, the first gold coin struck in New Orleans, the only Classic Head type to be struck there, and the only quarter eagle to have the New Orleans mint mark on the obverse. A true collector grade piece showing olive-green gold patina. The reverse is rotated 180 degrees (Medal Alignment). Breen 6153 low date. Survival estimates at 400 total in all grades.

1839-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7701

A historically significant gold coin, the first gold coin struck in New Orleans, the only Classic Head type to be struck there, and the only quarter eagle to have the New Orleans mint mark on the obverse. A true collector grade piece showing olive-green gold patina. The reverse is rotated 180 degrees (Medal Alignment). Breen 6153 low date. Survival estimates at 400 total in all grades.

1839-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7701

A historically significant gold coin, the first gold coin struck in New Orleans, the only Classic Head type to be struck there, and the only quarter eagle to have the New Orleans mint mark on the obverse. A true collector grade piece showing olive-green gold patina. The reverse is rotated 180 degrees (Medal Alignment). Breen 6153 low date. Survival estimates at 400 total in all grades.

1839-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7701

A historically significant gold coin, the first gold coin struck in New Orleans, the only Classic Head type to be struck there, and the only quarter eagle to have the New Orleans mint mark on the obverse. A true collector grade piece showing olive-green gold patina. The reverse is rotated 180 degrees (Medal Alignment). Breen 6153 low date. Survival estimates at 400 total in all grades.

1834 $5 Classic-Plain 4 XF45 PCGS #8171

First year of issue for Classic Head Half Eagle

1834 $5 Classic-Plain 4 XF45 PCGS #8171

First year of issue for Classic Head Half Eagle

1834 $5 Classic-Plain 4 XF45 PCGS #8171

First year of issue for Classic Head Half Eagle

1834 $5 Classic-Plain 4 XF45 PCGS #8171

First year of issue for Classic Head Half Eagle

1845 $5 AU58 PCGS #8223

No Motto. 16 in AU 58, 47 finer.

1845 $5 AU58 PCGS #8223

No Motto. 16 in AU 58, 47 finer.

1845 $5 AU58 PCGS #8223

No Motto. 16 in AU 58, 47 finer.

1845 $5 AU58 PCGS #8223

No Motto. 16 in AU 58, 47 finer.

1894 $5 MS64 PCGS #8387

With Motto. Only 7 finer at PCGS. While examples of this Philadelphia five are generally available up to the MS63 level, Choice coins are notably scarce and full Gems are rare. This near-Gem coin displays natural medium-gold coloration and frosty luster befitting its elusive high grade. Population: 42 in 64.

1894 $5 MS64 PCGS #8387

With Motto. Only 7 finer at PCGS. While examples of this Philadelphia five are generally available up to the MS63 level, Choice coins are notably scarce and full Gems are rare. This near-Gem coin displays natural medium-gold coloration and frosty luster befitting its elusive high grade. Population: 42 in 64.

1842 $10 Small Date AU55 PCGS #8585

Only 8 finer. Mintage of 18,623 but possibly only 75 survive. PCGS R-8.2. Appealing khaki gold color, with an extremely bold strike. In his classic reference David Akers wrote of this date: “rare in any condition, and when available, the typical specimen grades VF or EF...Almost Uncirculated examples are extremely rare and i have never personally examined a strictly uncirculated specimen.”

1842 $10 Small Date AU55 PCGS #8585

Only 8 finer. Mintage of 18,623 but possibly only 75 survive. PCGS R-8.2. Appealing khaki gold color, with an extremely bold strike. In his classic reference David Akers wrote of this date: “rare in any condition, and when available, the typical specimen grades VF or EF...Almost Uncirculated examples are extremely rare and i have never personally examined a strictly uncirculated specimen.”

1842 $10 Small Date AU55 PCGS #8585

Only 8 finer. Mintage of 18,623 but possibly only 75 survive. PCGS R-8.2. Appealing khaki gold color, with an extremely bold strike. In his classic reference David Akers wrote of this date: “rare in any condition, and when available, the typical specimen grades VF or EF...Almost Uncirculated examples are extremely rare and i have never personally examined a strictly uncirculated specimen.”

1842 $10 Small Date AU55 PCGS #8585

Only 8 finer. Mintage of 18,623 but possibly only 75 survive. PCGS R-8.2. Appealing khaki gold color, with an extremely bold strike. In his classic reference David Akers wrote of this date: “rare in any condition, and when available, the typical specimen grades VF or EF...Almost Uncirculated examples are extremely rare and i have never personally examined a strictly uncirculated specimen.”

1883 $10 MS63 PCGS #8699

Only 8 finer. Eagle production at the Philadelphia Mint declined to just 208,000 coins in 1883 (down from more than 2.3 million pieces in 1882), and survivors are proportionately elusive in high grade. This Select example is well-struck and displays frosty wheat-gold luster, with prairie-gold hues around the peripheries.

1883 $10 MS63 PCGS #8699

Only 8 finer. Eagle production at the Philadelphia Mint declined to just 208,000 coins in 1883 (down from more than 2.3 million pieces in 1882), and survivors are proportionately elusive in high grade. This Select example is well-struck and displays frosty wheat-gold luster, with prairie-gold hues around the peripheries.

1883 $10 MS63 PCGS #8699

Only 8 finer. Eagle production at the Philadelphia Mint declined to just 208,000 coins in 1883 (down from more than 2.3 million pieces in 1882), and survivors are proportionately elusive in high grade. This Select example is well-struck and displays frosty wheat-gold luster, with prairie-gold hues around the peripheries.

1883 $10 MS63 PCGS #8699

Only 8 finer. Eagle production at the Philadelphia Mint declined to just 208,000 coins in 1883 (down from more than 2.3 million pieces in 1882), and survivors are proportionately elusive in high grade. This Select example is well-struck and displays frosty wheat-gold luster, with prairie-gold hues around the peripheries.