CAC approved for quality.
Pretty gem Large Cent type coin with attractive brown surfaces that have some red shining through the reverse. Some subtle luster still visible on both sides of the coin.
Popular issue. We find the small letters variety to be slightly tougher and more desirable than the Large Letters.
Popular, one year type coin.
Scarce off-center struck Indian Cent from the Civil War era.
First year Indian cent struck on bronze planchet.
Scarce first-year Lincoln cent. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Bright, full red premium gem!
Scarce Matte proof Lincoln. CAC approved for quality.
Mintage of just 13,520 coins
The only mint marked issue of the entire series and quite popular as such. Beautifully preserved gem! Sharply struck details framed by russet toning.
Attractive golden tinted gem. Great type coin.
Silky gem with nice luster.
The key to the business strike set. CAC approved for quality.
Lustrous and boldly defined! A gorgeous, golden toned example of this first year of issue for the revised reverse design.
Better date S-mint. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size).
PCGS #38782. Gorgeous example of this scarce variety, only a single example is graded finer by PCGS. Sharp details and nice mint luster that shines through attractive olive-gold toning. Interestingly, the reverse is of a clever variety type. Considered the Office Boy Reverse variety, the engraver repunched and misplaced the reverse letters, hence the unique name...a fun variety that's a part of numismatic history.
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.
Popular no drapery type coin. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
The final year of stars obverse design without arrows surrounding the date, which would last until 1855.
Key S-mint. Only 140,000 coins struck of this date and few survive above VG-F grades. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Scarce S-mint from the Civil War era. Just 157,500 coins struck and few survive in higher grades.
Scarce S-mint from the Civil War era. Just 175,000 coins struck and few survive in higher grades. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
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