An incredibly tough date in this condition. Ideal surfaces with claims to an uncirculated grade, this early Charlotte issue comes from a mintage of just 10,200 coins and displays copious amounts of luster! Mintage of just 10,200. CAC approved for quality.
Pretty, lustrous example of this popular branch mint gold issue from Dahlonega, Georgia. Light wear on the hair above the ear and noticeable on the eagle, but overall a very nice, high-end example of this popular issue. CAC approved for quality.
Gorgeous surfaces with the slightest amount of wear that also could simply be from the weaker strikes that these coins are so known for. Nicely lustrous and high-end for the grade. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
An amazingly choice MS62 example that is tied with 3 others at PCGS as the finest example. Gorgeous, lustrous surfaces with a light orange tint, this piece exhibits everything you could possibly want for an outstanding Charlotte issue quarter eagle. From a mintage of just 7,295 pieces. CAC approved for quality.
Scarce date struck from a mintage of just 29,500 pieces. Often over-looked by even the most learned of collectors, this satiny choice uncirculated piece is actually quite high-end for the grade. Only 4 pieces graded finer by PCGS. CAC approved for quality.
An extremely underappreciated P-mint issue of just3,000 pieces. Only 2 examplles are graded finer by PCGS, none of which have been publicly offered in the last 20 years! An absolutely stunning piece with amazing eye appeal. CAC approved for quality.