Popular type coin for the Flying Eagle series. Excellent central detail, but struck through grease. A common occurrence in this series.
Scarce last-year of issue for the Copper Nickel Indian cents. Flashy!
Mostly brown but beautiful surfaces.
Popular and scarce S-mint Indian cent.
Popular steel cent manufactured during WW2.
Blazing red gem
High grade, slightly tougher date proof.
Very strong doubling is evident on LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRUST, with minor doubling on the date.
First year of issue type coin.
Popular one-year type coin.
Better date V nickel with flashy luster and attractive, original toning.
Popular Liberty nickel type coin with excellent album toning.
Perfect type coin.
Popular type coin from the capped bust half dime series.
The 1853-O No Arrows half dime had a small mintage of 160,000 pieces, compared to more than 2 million coins for the With Arrows variety. The majority of this tiny mintage is believed to have been melted leaving this issue scarce across all grades. Between both grading services only nine examples have been graded finer than this superb AU specimen. Nice luster remains beneath a rich patina of mottled pleasing gold and russet tones. Boldly defined and free of distraction, the overall eye appeal is great!
Semi-Key date with a low mintage of 83,000 coins. Lovely, dove-gray color and relatively mark-free surfaces for the grade.
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