Very tough date to locate in full red.
Gorgeous golden orange tints with stunning eye appeal.
Gorgeous cherry red surfaces.
Gorgeous magenta, indigo, and lavender tones with phenomenal eye appeal. A true artistic gem. CAC approved for quality.
Smooth, virtually flawless olive-brown surfaces show tints of bright purple when turned in the light. Sharp details and fantastic eye appeal! Mintage of 3,942 coins struck in proof format.
Low mintage of 2,175 coins. Desirable final year of issue proof.
CAC approved for quality.
The mintmark from this working die was omitted. CAC approved for quality.
Popular and very scarce double die Lincoln cent with full, bold doubling on the date and obverse lettering. Solid example with nice remaining red highlighting the well struck devices.
Lovely satiny gem.
The only mint marked issue of the entire series and quite popular as such.
Low mintage proof of only 975 coins struck. Wonderful eye appeal with russet-green-gold colors exhibiting. AC approved for quality.
Classic key date Barber quarter. One of the 'big 3' keys along with the 1901-S and 1913-S. Very attractive example with a fully sharp Liberty AND the complete line under the word Liberty, which we usually use to define an XF! In this case, PCGS correctly observed that there was ample wear elsewhere and designated the coin a VF30. A great pickup for the Barber specialist as VF's of this date are few and far between. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal. CAC is a third party grading service that grades the grading services (PCGS & NGC) and only approves the best coins in holders. CAC coins have been bringing significant premiums at auctions as more and more collectors are demanding the sticker before they buy. CAC approved for quality.
A beautiful, silky smooth gem example of this tough early date in the SLQ series.
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