CAC approved for quality.
Smooth medium brown surfaces glow with soft cartwheel luster and feature rose and pale blue undertones. Fantastic eye appeal! The die cracks that join the stars on the obverse identify this example as the Newcomb-13 variety.
Lovely type coin.
Famous key date from an original mintage of an estimated 1,500 to 2,000 coins. CAC approved for quality.
Scarce last-year of issue for the Copper Nickel Indian cents.
Key date in the Indian cent series.
Scarce first-year Lincoln cent. Almost as scarce as the more famous 'S-VDB' in full red. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Blazing red gem
Very strong doubling is evident on LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRUST, with minor doubling on the date.
Popular key issue.
Type 2 3-cent silver.
Low mintage date of just 22,200 coins struck. Frosty luster on surfaces showing hints of wine.
Mintage of just 1,100 proofs struck. CAC approved for quality.
Scarce, one-year proof type coin. Very popular in proof format. Mintage of 5,219 coins struck.
Key overdate to the Buffalo Nickel series.
Beautiful pastel blue, pink, and golden tints throughout. A gorgeous registry-quality example of this date with stunning eye appeal.
The most affordable of the proof Buffalo nickel issues. Great type coin with a mintage of just 5,769 coins in proof.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size).
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (small size).
Sharply struck and lustrous surfaces display olive-gold and indigo toning along the rimes. Nice eye appeal! Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (small size).
Nice for the grade! Very popular and scarce no stars design for the Seated dime series, issued without stars on the obverse. The obverse was quickly replaced later in 1838 with stars, making 1837(-P) and the 1838-O as the only no stars issues. The O-mint is the scarcer of the two.
Scarce S-mint from the Civil War era. Just 230,000 coins struck and few survive in higher grades.
Underrated two-year type coin with arrows added at the date to adjust the weight of the planchet.
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