Nice type coin. NGC+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Nicely lustrous with faint red-brown tints near the rim. Above average eye appeal and very difficult in uncirculated grades.
Lovely navy blue tones over pretty red surfaces. Very few marks and lovely for the grade.
Bright red gem type coin with plenty of luster and stunning eye appeal.
Beautiful, vibrant toning with orange-red, magenta and lavender highlights. Mintage of just 3,200 coins in proof. CAC approved for quality.
Pretty, subtle obverse and reverse toning with perfect proof surfaces.
Better date San Francisco Mint Lincoln Cent with the Red designation.
Better date Lincoln Cent from the San Francisco Mint with pretty, lustrous surfaces.
Bright red ultra-gem with stunning luster. Only a single piece graded finer by PCGS.
Popular Two Cent Piece key date issue with original coloring and surfaces.
Pretty gem type coin. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Perfect Three-Cent Nickel type coin with lustrous, blast white surfaces making for premium eye appeal.
Proof mintage of just 3,100 coins with gorgeous green, pink and gold pastel toning. Absolutely gorgeous for the grade!
CAC approved for quality.
Mintage of 2,152 coins struck in proof format.
Desirable Type I Denver-mint Buffalo Nickel issue.
First year of issue for the revised reverse design.
Attractive AU example of this better date Buffalo Nickel with subtle toning in the fields and evident remaining luster.
Scarce one-year proof Buffalo Nickel with stunning golden toned surfaces. Just 1,520 coins struck.
Beautiful first year proof Buffalo Nickel with a pretty hue of rose-gold toning covering the reverse. Only 1,514 coins struck of this first-year proof issue.
Lightly toned premium-gem proof Buffalo with stunning luster. Mintage of only 1,275 coins. Very desirable early proof. CAC approved for quality.
Mostly white near-gem type coin for the Liberty Seated Half Dime series with great luster.
An 1860 date was first punched into the die, after which an 1861 date was punched into the die over the 0.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size).
Scarce and underrated Philadelphia Mint Barber Dime.
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