Razor-sharp and nice even brown.
Pretty red-brown gem.
Gorgeous magenta, indigo, and lavender tones with phenomenal eye appeal. A true artistic gem. CAC approved for quality.
Gorgeous red and gold obverse tones with a darker golden and lavender patina on the reverse. CAC approved for quality.
Popular steel cent manufactured during WW2.
Scarce and popular variety.
Proof mintage of just 3,575 coins. CAC approved for quality.
Proof mintage of 3,436 coins. CAC approved for quality.
The 1886 is one of the primary key dates in the V-Nickel set. CAC approved for quality.
One-year type coin.
Low mintage date. Just 120,000 coins struck.
First year of issue for the Liberty Seated dime series with the stars added to the obverse.
Lower mintage issue of 777 coins struck in proof. CAC approved for quality.
A wholesome issue with nice, even wear.
First year of Barber quarter type. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Very desirable and popular key date in the Standing Quarter series. CAC approved for quality.
A lovely example with a light rose tint. CAC approved for quality.
CAC approved for quality.
One of our favorite dates in the Walker series, we seldom have a chance to offer a coin of this caliber. Superb gem in every respect.
Popular date with collectors because of its mintage of 491,600 coins is the lowest of all Walkers minted after 1921. CAC approved for quality.
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