CAC approved for quality.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size).
Lovely and original with pink, blue and rose tints. High end for the grade with smooth underlying luster. CAC approved for quality.
Popular final year of issue with amazing rainbow rim tones. Gorgeous fiery orange and red tints with light blue highlights, this piece is certainly one of the nicest Barber Dimes we've ever handled. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Scarce first-year, first-type S-mint SLQ with lovely golden-orange rim tones. CAC approved for quality.
Gorgeous proof cameo surfaces with light maroon and blue rim tints. Low mintage in proof and business strike formats. Just 975 proofs struck.
Popular type coin.
Issued to commemorate and finance athletes for the XXV Olympiad in France (Winter) and Barcelona, Spain.
Issued in conjunction with the 2002 Winter Olympic games, held in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Extremely rare token produced by John Walker in Birmingham, England. In the Pacific Northwest these tokens were reportedly exchanged with Native Americans for beaver pelts. All but two of the known issues are holed at 12 o'clock. Strong details and moderate wear expected of the grade. An exciting golden-yellow example that seldom comes to market.
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