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    Rare Near-Gem

    1821 1c PCGS MS64 RB


    Gorgeous remaining red tints in the obverse fields with bright golden red reverse surfaces. One of the finest in existence for this key date in the middle Large Cent years, a few scattered spots account for the color designation, but we have seen darker, less attractive pieces designated as "Red" in recent years. Tied with 2 other pieces at PCGS as the finest graded.

    Famous Key Date

    1901-S 25c PCGS/CAC MS67+


    The 1901-S quarter is by far the most famous key date in the Barber quarter series. It's so popular as a date that this issue transcends the series and key date collectors seek this coin out. Gorgeous pastel tints, this piece is absolutely outstanding for the grade with pleasing patches of violet and russet toning. PCGS has just 2 specimens of this extremely rare coin in this grade and only 1 higher. CAC approved for quality. The MS68+ example is housed in the Hansen Collection and this would be the finest example that is available for collectors. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.

    Beautiful Toning

    1907 25c PCGS MS67


    An absolutely gorgeous type coin that is very scarce in superb gem condition. There are 7 graded as such, with only 5 at PCGS. Vibrant blue, rose and orange tints with stunning overall eye appeal.

    Fresh Key Date

    1924-S 25c PCGS MS65 FH


    Very desirable and popular key date in the Standing Quarter series. Sharply struck gem surfaces are lustrous and overlaid in attractive peach and golden-olive tints. Freshly graded, this piece is quite high end for the grade.

    Key Early Bust

    1797 50c PCGS/CAC F15


    CAC approved for quality with superb original surfaces and excellent strike. Pinkish grey fields with lighter grey devices and inscriptions give this a pleasing overall look and outstanding eye appeal. CAC approved for quality.

    Beautiful Gem

    1876 Trade$ PCGS MS66 (OGH)


    Beautiful and original gem. Sharply embossed reliefs and impeccably preserved surfaces that feature lovely blended tones of pale blue, gold, pink, and sea-green. Wonderful eye appeal! Only a single piece graded finer by PCGS.

    Scarce Charlotte Issue

    1842-C $5 PCGS XF40 (Small Date)


    Lustrous, lightly marked surfaces and with original, golden-yellow color. Moderate high-point friction is present, although the coin retains wonderful detail. Incredibly scarce Charlotte issue from a low mintage of just 4,595 coins with sharp details for the assigned grade.