Nice type coin.
CAC approved for quality.
This piece has nice, even chocolate brown surfaces and nice luster, too. It is CAC approved for quality.
Sharply struck design elements outlined by bright mint orange. Great eye appeal! CAC approved for quality.
Scarce last-year of issue for the Copper Nickel Indian cents.
Scarce off-center struck Indian Cent from the Civil War era.
Popular proof issue from a mintage of 3,955 coins struck.
High end gem! Beautiful, satiny luster and sharply struck design elements. Popular first-year issue with designer's initials (VDB) added to the reverse. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Nice red with russet-magenta toning streaks. Very pretty.
Fiery orange cameo mirrors are watery and near flawless. Mintage of just 9,320 coins
Lustrous silver surfaces are boldly struck and feature scattered pastel tints on both sides. Great eye appeal!
Popular Liberty nickel type coin. Frosty, mostly white coin with wonderful eye appeal.
Impeccably preserved example of this scarce date in the V-Nickel proof series. Low mintage of just 1,475 coins. CAC approved for quality. The Hansen Collection contains a PR67+ example for the date.
Better date in the V-Nickel proof series with a low mintage of just 1,733 coins.
Desirable Type I San Francisco-mint issue.
Sharp gem details and satiny surfaces awash in bright tones of sea-green, gold, and pink. Fantastic eye appeal! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The primary set is home to a MS66+ example for the date.
Very tough underrated date.
Only a single example is graded finer by both services combined! This beautiful, registry-quality gem displays stunning golden tinted surfaces with frosty, eye-appealing luster.
Beautifully lustrous example of this better date S-mint. The number one set contains a MS65+ example for the date.
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