Better date S-mint that is rarely seen in gem grades. Typically poorly struck, this 1918-S is struck as nicely as you'll typically see with full luster and light evenly-toned golden devices. A true delight in gem grades that is often underappreciated.
One of the big 3 key date Barber quarters, the 1913-S boasts the lowest mintage of any 20th century silver coin issue. Just 40,000 coins were struck and very few are preserved in high grades. CAC approved for quality.
Mintage of 50,030 coins authorized to commemorate the centennial celebration of Cleveland, Ohio on the occasion of the Great Lakes Exposition in 1936. Single year issue with no D & S mints.
Produced for employees of the Kahului & Wailuku Railroad, these coins were compensation items that circulated widely throughout the Hawaiian Islands around 1879.
An impressively matched set with beautiful, original toning. Many high end pieces with quality, original eye appeal. Set consists of: 1c NGC/CAC PF65 RB, 1879 5c PF67, 1879/8 5c NGC/CAC PF66, 10c NGC/CAC PF65, 25c PF67, 50c NGC/CAC PF65, and T$1 PF65.