Great type coin.
Gorgeous gem type coin with smooth copper-brown surfaces and fantastic luster. CAC approved for quality.
Copper-nickel type coin.
Popular and scarce S-mint Indian cent.
Gorgeous red and gold obverse tones with a darker golden and lavender patina on the reverse. CAC approved for quality.
Pretty, original reddish-orange toning.
A popular semi-key date that is very scarce in gem grades with the red designation. In fact, only 5 pieces are graded finer by PCGS. CAC approved for quality.
Desirable Type I Denver-mint issue.
Key date Buffalo nickel.
Popular type coin from the capped bust half dime series.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size).
Underrated two-year type coin with arrows added at the date to adjust the weight of the planchet.
Great Bust half type coin. CAC approved for quality.
Mintage of 21,120 coins. CAC approved for quality.
CAC approved for quality
Better date Morgan with DMPL surfaces.
Popular mintmark variety.
Gorgeous superb gem with frosty, white surfaces and a light golden tint.
Original mintage of 17,671 commemorating the 250th anniversary of the city charter. Single mint issue only stuck in Philadelphia. CAC approved for quality.
Mintage of just 5,506 coins marking the 100th anniversary of the admission into the Union. P & D mints also issued in 1937.
The state of North Carolina issued a large variety of fractional and low-denomination notes during the Civil War. This $1 is Criswell-38, dated October 21st, 1861. This variety is distinct by its watermarked paper.
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