Scarce S-mint from the Civil War era. Just 157,500 coins were struck and few survive in higher grades.
Great draped bust type coin.
A choice type example with lovely golden toning and a strong strike. The arrows and rays half was only struck for one year as the design was quickly modified to remove the rays on the reverse due to wear issues.
An important registry worthy piece, PCGS has graded only four examples finer! Satiny fields feature eye popping, frosty devices and are free of distraction.
PCGS has graded less than ten examples finer than this exceptionally toned gem! Fully struck surfaces displays distract prooflike reflectivity beneath rich tones of blue, violet, rose, and golden tints. The eye appeal is wonderful!
A patina of warm golden toning graces both sides of this boldly struck example. Satiny and distraction free this is an important early Civil War issue from the San Francisco mint. Only two PCGS example are graded finer!
Common date Morgan Dollar.
An exciting commemorative issued to commemorate and support the Baseball Hall of Fame. Also, the first U.S. coin to be struck in concave metal.
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