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1864 1C Copper Nickel PR66CAM PCGS #82265

CAC. A honey-gold and rose obverse with a solid gold reverse combined with a rare PR66 Cameo make this Indian head cent a beautiful coin. PCGS 5/1 (12/09) PCGS 6/1 (05/15) EX: Five Point Collection

1859 3CS PR65 PCGS #3708

CAC. Rich gold, green, and blue-plum patina embraces each side of this immensely reflective proof three cent silver. Great eye appeal for early in the series and a simply gorgeous coin, appreciably better-preserved than the "PR65" label on the insert in the first-generation holder.

1880 5C PR67+ CAM PCGS #83835

3/1 (12/15)

1883 5C No CENTS PR67CAM PCGS #83878

CAC. This stunning piece fully merits the Cameo label, with excellent field-device contrast over the lightly gold-kissed surfaces. A real beauty in hand. PCGS 11/0 (11/09) PCGS 13/0 (11/13) PCGS 18/0 (05/15)

1874 10C Arrows PR64CAM PCGS #84770

CAC. Both sides are covered by deep, clear, clean (there are only a few light stray lines), and highly reflective mirrors. The contrast is vivid and there is NO toning anywhere. Miss Liberty and the details are boldly frosted and are fully struck.

1862 25C PR64CAM PCGS #85558

CAC. An incredible Choice Cameo proof, this Seated Liberty quarter is fully brilliant with nary a trace of toning on either side. All of the design motifs are boldly detailed with frosty silver luster inside a mirrored frame. Population: 5 in 64 Cameo, 5 finer (8/10). - 6/6 (5/13)

1884 25C PR66 PCGS #5585

CAC. An absolutely incredible Gem proof that has gorgeous gold, violet, and blue toning on each side. The devices are boldly defined and lustrous, with surrounding deep mirrored fields, creating excellent contrast. (Upgrade from PR65).

1893 25C PR66+ PCGS #5679

CAC. The 1893 was considered an afterthought by many contemporary collectors, after the issuance of the first-year 1892. But the 1893 is equally well produced and makes a wonderful type coin. This piece appears to us to have enough frost over the devices to warrant a Cameo designation, but apparently PCGS disagreed. The centers are mostly untoned and the margins are accented with rich rose and cobalt-blue toning. Population: 1 in 66+, 18 finer (1/11)

1874 50C Arrows PR64CAM PCGS #86435

CAC. Razor-sharp definition is apparent on all design elements, and the frosty devices contrast boldly with the deeply mirrored fields. The surfaces are virtually pristine and display attractive champagne-gold and cobalt-blue toning, with the color strongest on the reverse rims. Population: 17 in 64 Cameo, 1 finer (9/11).

1903 50C PR64 PCGS #6550

The mirrors are super clean, have amazing clarity, are deep, and of course have super strong reflectivity. They do appear glass like. A wild mix of ORIGINAL blue/navy/purple/violet/gold colors swirls all over. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do stand out. The eye appeal is terrific!

1878 T$1 Trade PR63CAM PCGS #87058

CAC. Patinated in vivid, iridescent shades of green, blue, and lavender, with deeply reflective fields beneath the toning. The boldly impressed devices ensure profound cameo contrast. Population: 31 in 63 Cameo, 25 finer (10/10).