One of the best-struck examples of this popular Maryland colonial that we've ever seen. Some very light pockmarks are noticeable around 11 o'clock on the obverse and 4 o'clock on the reverse. However, the strike and quality of the surfaces still far exceed most XF or even AU examples of this collectible piece.
An intriguing piece that was described as AU55-prooflike in the Norweb catalog, but later determined to be a proof, as were all 1831 Half Cents. A few light lines are noticeable, most likely the result of a light camel-hair brushing many years ago. Well-struck with lime highlights and pretty iridescent tones.
First regular issue coin produced at the United States Mint in Philadelphia. A popular, collectible issue, this AU55 example displays splashes of red with light olive tones. Some light rim nicks are noticeable on the obverse under magnification, but are rather trivial compared to the overall look of the coin.
Beautiful chocolate brown surfaces with fantastic obverse luster. The reverse is rotated 90 degrees and displays a satiny finish instead of the lustrous obverse. A truly choice piece with great eye appeal.