The mark-free, semi-reflective fields give the impression of an uncirculated coin, but closer inspection reveals some wear on the portrait. Neat die cracks and small rim cuds on the obverse. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Nearly impossible to locate with mint red remaining. The obverse fields are moderately prooflike in appearance. The color is unquestionably original. Only 7 coins are finer, according to PCGS CoinFacts, including 4 RD examples.
Lovely milk chocolate hues throughout with excellent surface quality. Newcomb 5 variety. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Semi-reflective, glossy chestnut brown color. Sharply struck. Newcomb 7 variety. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
An important and beautiful Coronet Head Large Cent hailing from the Twin Leaf Collection. A whisper of wear can only be seen on the cheek and forehead, as full luster beams throughout. A rare 58+ and CAC combo!
A razor sharp strike and moderately prooflike fields create an extremely attractive coin and raises the question of "why not a higher grade?" In any case, a no-brainer for CAC.
Though properly designated as "Brown," this coin retains some traces of original mint red color tight against the devices. Muted violet hues flash in direct lighting. Excellent eye appeal!
A healthy amount of minty red-orange coloration spans across both sides of this choice UNC example. The luster is strong and unbroken. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Tremendous luster for the assigned grade and nice reddish/light brown original color. Newcomb 24 variety.
Newcomb 31 variety with a bold overdate. Minimal wear. Dark chocolate color.
A sharply struck type coin with no spots and even milk chocolate color. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Great type coin. Newcomb 9 variety. No distracting spots or marks.
Great milk chocolate color with traces of original mint red on the reverse clinging tightly to the devices. Newcomb 4 variety. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Nice type coin with flashy mint luster and lovely chestnut brown coloration. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Nice type coin with flashy mint luster and warm mahogany color. Spot free and gorgeous. Newcomb 43.
Nice luster and plenty of remaining mint red. Newcomb 40 variety.
Great type coin with a healthy amount of mint red remaining, though not enough to qualify it for the designation. A few scattered toning spots serve to bear witness to its originality. Newcomb 6 variety.
Great type coin. Even, milk chocolate color. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Newcomb 7 variety.
Newcomb 10, easily identified by the "missing" star on the obverse. A lovely example.
Popular, one year type coin in wonderful gem condition! Luster radiates from the clean, well-struck surfaces beneath a charming patina of warm golden-tan tones. Nice!
First year Indian cent struck on bronze planchet.
Popular key variety.
Popular key date.
Key date in the Indian cent series.
Tons of dynamic orange and mint red hues throughout. No spots or distractions. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Popular and scarce S-mint Indian cent.
A hefty amount of original mint red remains on this lovely example.
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