Beautifully preserved gem proof. Razor sharp strike and glossy brown surfaces that flash with neon tints of lime, indigo, and purple on both sides. CAC approved for quality. The Hansen Collection holds the finest known for the date, a PR64RB.
Nice surfaces with smooth, even wear and strong definition.
Smooth, even wear with nice overall eye appeal.
Satiny mint luster adorns the olive-brown fields of this rare Mint State survivor. Boldly detailed and well-centered with the reverse upset head-to-head rather than the normal head-to-foot die orientation. A important specimen for the early copper collector.
Smooth and lustrous gem example of this popular first year of issue. Lovely golden-tan color with peach highlights. Nice!
Popular Copper-Nickel cent issue.
Popular and scarce S-mint Indian cent.
Design elements standout with needle sharp precision against beautifully reflective red-orange fields with subtle neon pink and lime undertones. Nice!
Scarce first-year Lincoln cent. Almost as scarce as the more famous 'S-VDB' in full red.
The mintmark from this working die was omitted. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Sharp gem example of this popular key date. Especially tough in full red, only 10 PCGS examples have been graded finer.
Select example of this popular and very scarce double die Lincoln cent with full, bold doubling on the date and obverse lettering. Rare with full red surfaces!
PCGS #38249. Bright, sharply struck gem with lovely rose tints.
Astonishing superb gem from a low mintage proof of just 600 coins struck. Beautifully mirrored surfaces are touched with yellow-gold, lime, and rose tints. Impeccably struck with outstanding in hand eye appeal.
Stunning superb gem from a low mintage proof of just 960 coins struck. Bold mirrors are sharply struck with pretty purple and orange-gold tints.
Eye catching superb gem from a low mintage proof of just 960 coins struck. Amazing pinkish-orange tints with smooth, golden fields.
Sharply struck type 2 3-cent silver with lustrous golden tinted surfaces and great eye appeal. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Spectacular premium gem survivor from a low mintage proof issue of just 470 coins struck. Deeply reflective and expertly preserved surfaces are splashed with attractive tints of blue and green-gold on both sides. The eye appeal is terrific!
Exceptionally preserved gem with near perfect surfaces. Scarce proof-only issue from a mintage of just 2,350 coins. CAC approved for quality. The Hansen Collection holds the finest known for the date, a PR67+DCAM.
Lustrous golden gem with wisps of pink toning on the obverse. The primary set contains a MS66+ example for the date.
Tied for finest known between both services! Sharply struck with gorgeous luster and vivid rainbow toning featured on both sides.
From a mintage of 1,790 coins struck in proof format. The reverse of this wonderful gem proof features vivid rainbow.
Essentially flawless surfaces and stand-out devices. Tangerine tints pool along the peripherals and flash when turned in the light. Excellent eye appeal! Proof type coin with a mintage of 4,763. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The Hansen Collection holds one of the two finest known examples for the date, a PR67+DCAM.
Fantastic near-gem example of this scarce date. Lightly frosted and beautifully lustrous with wonderful golden tones on both sides. An excellent example before the price jump for gem pieces.
Fantastic, registry quality example! Razor sharp details highlighted by lovely sunset orange tones. One of the finest known examples for the date, a MS67+ is held in the Hansen Collection number one set.
Fantastic, premium gem example of this key Buffalo nickel in proof format. Low mintage of just 600 coins struck. Pristine surfaces feature scattered gold tints. Great eye appeal! The Hansen Collection is home to a PR68 example for the date.
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