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1852 3CS MS65 PCGS #3666

CAC. A strong luster shows off the surfaces and a gorgeous crescent of reddish gold/gold/green/navy colors-mostly on the obverse. All of the details are sharply struck. The eye appeal is fantastic!

1856 3CS MS65 PCGS #3672

CAC. The generous mintage of three cent silvers in 1856 was more than 1.45 million coins. The Gem level is the finest usually encountered, however. This MS65 Type Two specimen offers lovely hues of pink, gold, and lilac with excellent luster and eye appeal. Population: 21 in 65, 3 finer (7/10)

1862 3CS MS66+ PCGS #3680

CAC. This Civil War Premium Gem has mildly prooflike fields and only a hint of tan toning. No marks are visible, and the strike is decidedly above average. PCGS has certified just 11 pieces finer (10/09).