Exceptionally preserved gem. Satiny luster gleams from golden-grey surfaces. Details are sharply defined. Nice! The only mint marked issue of the entire series and quite popular as such. The Hansen Collection holds one of the four finest known examples for the date a MS66+.
Flashy mint luster gleams through silver surfaces with tints of pale gold here and there. Trace die clashes can be seen on the obverse but no surface marks of any significance. Scarce and popular type 2, 3-cent silver type that was only issued from 1854-1856. A MS66+ example for the date is displayed in the Hansen Collection number one set.
High-end premium gem with a needle-sharp strike. Rose gold centers yield outwardly to bands of electric blue, violet, and sea-foam green enhancing already astonishing eye appeal. Mintage of only 300 coins. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The Hansen Collection number one registry set displays a finest known PR66CAM example for the date.
Impeccably preserved, premium gem surfaces reflect vivid shade of purple and indigo on both sides. Sharp details and outstanding eye appeal. Mintage of only 1,000 coins in proof format. CAC approved for quality. The Hansen Collection primary registry set displays a finest known PR67+ example for the date.
An extremely tough issue from a low mintage of only 1,000 coins in proof format. Frosty golden centers with beautiful blue and orange rim tints. Stunning blue reverse tints with light rose splashes. An absolutely stunning example that is bested by only 2 pieces at PCGS.