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    Rare Early Large Cent

    1794 1c PCGS AU53 (Head of 1794)


    Beautiful milk chocolate brown color and some luster remaining. This is the Sheldon 55 variety, a Rarity 2, although not noted on the holder. Likely the fifth finest known S-55, according to the Grellman census. Excellent detail throughout and very little wear. The only distractions are a couple small bits of scale on the reverse - quite common for the series.

    Beautiful Gem Large Cent

    1841 1c NGC/CAC MS65 BN

    Vault Value
    Next Bid: $4,000.00
    Closes: 8D 10H

    Incredibly smooth surfaces are sharply struck and richly toned in chocolate-brown with hints of original mint red peeking through on the reverse. The eye appeal is fantastic! Early 40's date Large Cents are exceedingly tough in gem grades, especially with CAC approval.

    Tied for Finest non-CAM

    1940 1c PCGS/CAC Proof 67+ RD


    Stunning gem from a mintage of just 15,872 coins, among the finest known PCGS has graded just five examples finer (all CAM examples). This example actually retains a healthy amount of cameo effect, though not enough for PCGS to grant the designation. Brilliant mirrors are fully struck and beautifully original. Light peachy-gold color uniformly coats both sides making for dazzling eye appeal.

    Registry Worthy

    1863 3cS PCGS/CAC MS66+


    High-end gem example! Beautifully preserved fields offer flashy luster, sharply embossed reliefs, and subtle pale golden tints. PCGS has graded only six examples finer! CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.

    Incredible Rainbow Toning

    1926-D 5c PCGS MS64+


    An amazing toned, better date issue hailing from the Denver Mint. A multitude of bright colors sweep through the peripheries and slowly melt into olive-gold centers. The obverse strike is quite nice, while the reverse remains somewhat flat - a feature that is generally the rule for this date. PCGS has rightfully granted their Plus Grade designation to this unmatched beauty.