Popular and surprisingly affordable early type coin.
Pretty reddish-brown surfaces with bright red tones, especially around the obverse rims. CAC approved for quality.
Type coin. CAC approved for quality.
Nice type coin.
CAC approved for quality.
A beautiful lavender and turquoise toned better date.
The Closed 3 is scarcer than the open 3 variety of this date.
Large Date. This doubled die is evident only by the secondary bar visible below the primary 0. Similar doubling is also known on Philadelphia and Denver mint coins.
Mintage of just 15,872 coins. CAC approved for quality.
Frosty surfaces. Mintage of just 15,872 coins CAC approved for quality.
Key date 2-cent piece. The small motto is a perennial favorite among copper collectors.
Very scarce issue in business strike from a low mintage of just 68,000 coins. CAC approved for quality.
Popular Liberty nickel type coin.
Mintage of 1,620 coins. The third lowest mintage of all the V-Nickel proofs after the 1907 and 1911. CAC approved for quality.
Desirable Type I Denver-mint issue.
Better date. CAC approved for quality.
Better date S-mint housed in an old green PCGS holder. Lustrous with a typical weak S-mint strike in the center.
Key S-mint Buffalo nickel.
Key S-mint Buffalo nickel. CAC approved for quality. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
The 1905-O Micro-O dime is one of the most popular varieties known on the Barber dime series (with the 1893/2) and examples rarely come on the market.
Mintage of 16,557 coins in proof format.
Great proof type piece.
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