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    Scarce Date

    1871 1c PCGS MS65 RB


    Only 5 PCGS examples are graded finer! Bright attractive luster explodes from almost fully-red surfaces that are obstructed by hints of brown around the peripheries. A stunning example of this scarce date!

    Bright and Frosty!

    1951-S 1c NGC/CAC MS67+ RD


    Tied for the finest known example AND a coveted CAC sticker! Beautiful frosty surfaces bursting with originality and cartwheel luster! Truly captivating! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal!

    Registry Quality

    1871 2c PCGS/CAC MS66 BN


    With only one PCGS graded example finer, this is a truly original registry quality example! Beautifully mottled surfaces showcase tantalizing hints of red coloration. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal! Better date.

    Gorgeous Rainbow Toning

    1919-D 5c NGC MS63+


    Rainbow toned buffaloes are exploding in popularity, and this lovely specimen will surely command a premium. Known for their historic design and wide range of varieties, the overall demand for Buffalo Nickels is rising. Color aside, this piece appears to be conservatively graded. From the Skyline Drive Collection.

    Cartwheel Luster!

    1943 10c PCGS MS67+ FB ex: D.L. Hansen


    This is a relatively affordable example before the price skyrockets for an MS68 example. This piece boasts warm orange-gold toning across both sides with strong luster bursting through. As the grade suggests, this example is well-struck! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of the end of the assigned grade.

    Key Date Early Draped Bust Quarter

    1804 25c PCGS Good-04


    Extremely popular due to its major-rarity silver dollar cousin and to the fact that the 1804 quarter is quite scarce. Only 6,738 coins were struck and very few survive in sound condition. It's much scarcer than the 1796 quarter as few were saved. The present example is a handsome specimen with even wear and the outline of all major design elements still present. Uniform golden-grey color spans both sides. Overall an attractive and great example for the grade!

    1962 25c PCGS MS65 (Type B Reverse, FS-901)


    The reverse die was inadvertently produced using a Type B hub, intended for use with Proof Dies from 1936 to 1964, and from 1968 to 1972. The Type B reverse exhibits enhanced eagle feathers, and greater separation between the E and S of STATES.