This beautifully preserved gem boasts exceedingly sharp details and plenty of original mint red-orange color. The rich red color is especially vibrant on the reverse and is featured along the rims of the obverse while the central devices display a steely blue patina. Only a single red-brown example has been graded finer!
Attractive gem with a bold strike and plenty of remaining red!
Popular and scarce S-mint Indian cent.
Lovely gem proof example with fully struck details and uniform golden-orange color with light touches of rose-brown. Nice!
Nice red type coin with stunning overall eye appeal.
Popular Liberty nickel type coin. Lightest hint of golden toning over silky smooth surfaces. PCGS population of 8 with just two 67+ examples higher.
Tied for finest known between both services! Sharply struck with gorgeous luster and vivid rainbow toning featured on both sides.
Better date S-mint.
Perfect type coin.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size). Well-struck surfaces are brightly luminous beneath rich indigo, violet, and golden toning.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size).
An important and popular numismatic rarity -- this is the famed 'Little Orphan Annie' Seated dime which is legendary among Seated collectors.
Scarce with-arrows issue struck in San Francisco. Satiny, smooth surfaces glow with luster beneath touches of lavender-grey and gold toning.
Nicely defined AU example of this scarce variety. Solid luster and pleasing golden-grey tints on both sides, with only the slightest high-point rub. The 1905-o Micro-o dime is one of the most popular varieties known on the Barber dime series (with the 1893/2) and examples rarely come on the market.
This stunning ultra gem example is tied for finest known with just one other PCGS example. Sharp, full striking detail is showcased throughout. Frosty lustrous surfaces are untoned save for touches of mottled multicolor toning featured along the peripherals. A perfect piece for the registry collector!
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