Popular type coin for the Flying Eagle series. Pearly surfaces with lovely orange-pink highlights. CAC approved for quality.
A lovely near-gem example of this popular design type. Though technically a pattern issue, these are collected alongside the early small cents. We actually see less examples from 1857 in this condition than we do the more popular 1856. This fresh example displays lustrous, reflective fields with attractive, original surfaces. CAC approved for quality.
A beautiful mostly red (90%+!) gem with well-struck, pristine surfaces and very strong luster. In fact, this coin looks Red to us. This Closed 3 featured here is much scarcer than the open 3 variety of this date.
The key to the Indian cent set and desired by nearly all collectors of US coins. Beautiful red-blue tints with amazing surfaces. Actually looks nicer than is graded. This the highest graded RB designated coin with CAC approval.
The doubling on this variety is evident as extra thickness on all obverse letters and numbers, but it is most noticeable on the date. The upright strokes of the letters of LIBERTY are also thicker than normal, and die chip within upper loop of the R