A surprisingly wonderful choice XF of this desirable draped bust type coin. Problem-free coins like this are one in a thousand. The two-left under wing variety is a bit scarcer than the 3-leaves variety. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal. CAC approved for quality.
Large eagle Bust dollar type coin with surfaces that show the slightest amount of wear. The luster is that of a MS63 piece with a light golden tint.
A beautiful early bust dollar with a light grayish tint. Several small toning marks are noticeable, but the wear is so light that it's hardly traceable, save for the high points on the hair of Liberty. A really choice AU example with aspirations of being uncirculated. CAC approved for quality.
The 1839 Gobrecht dollar is much scarcer than the 'type coin' 1836 Gobrecht without any premium. One of the 300 pieces struck in 1839, an estimate of 60-75 pieces are expected to exist, with this example being on of the finest remaining. Frosty gold tints with a light orange from 2 to 7 o'clock on the obverse, this piece displays an unusual attractiveness and is not dark as most examples that we come across. Only 2 pieces are graded finest by PCGS.