A gorgeous later date issue in the Indian Head Cent series that is better than most, especially in superb gem condition. Beautiful red highlights with fantastic luster throughout, this piece is bested by only 3 other examples at PCGS.
Fascinating mint error that is very scarce on this Indian Cent.
Key date Buffalo nickel.
Very desirable as an early draped bust type coin with the small eagle reverse. This coin is important as the first US dime issue as well. CAC approved for quality.
Classic key date Barber quarter. One of the 'big 3' keys along with the 1901-S and 1913-S.
Popular first year Silver Commemorative issued for the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago during 1893. Coins minted in 1892 and 1893. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
These tokens were issued holed to trappers and used at company trading posts. Deep brown surfaces with the date still legible. A rare example struck in Copper with the majority of surviving tokens showing some environmental damage.
An especially rare gem example of this popular Spanish Dollar-size coin. The final date of the Phillip V issue, this date also includes Ferdinand VI in the shield side legend, with the Philip V type priced slightly higher. We know of possibly another example of the type in gem grade, but it is exceedingly rare.
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