Great first year type coin.
High-end gem! CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
A nice, lustrous type coin with a light tint of golden toning on the obverse with a pretty satiny surfaces throughout. Attractive with nice overall eye appeal! The Hansen collection possesses a pair of MS67+ examples for the date.
Scarce and popular type 2, 3-cent silver type that was only issued from 1854-1856.
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.
Desirable type coin from the scarce type 2 3-cent silver series. This lustrous gem is well-struck and feature pretty lavender and golden tints on both sides.
The type 2 design of three-cent silvers were struck from 1854-58 and represent the scarcest of the three design types.
Superb gem example of this Civil War date with splashes of colorful toning throughout.
High-end gem example of this Civil War date. Blended dusky lavender, blue, and olive tints over sharply struck surfaces.
Flashy prooflike fields with light golden toning throughout. The Hansen Collection boasts the finest known example for the date, a MS67PL.
A low mintage trime of just 22,000 coins with attractive lime, turquoise and golden tints with a hint of rose. A lovely gem example of this underappreciated series.
Brilliant luster and sharp details. Bold clash marks apparent in the fields. Splendid eye appeal. Low mintage trime of just 22,000 coins. CAC approved for quality.
Beautiful burnt orange tints with rose and blue highlights cascading into a honey-golden center. A brilliant, beautiful, and lustrous example of a superb gem trime. Low mintage trime of just 22,000 coins.
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.
Mintage of only 800 coins in proof format.
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.
Nice type coin.
Nice type coin. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Satiny, golden tinted gem with lovely eye appeal. CAC approved for quality.
Satiny, lustrous gem with nice overall eye appeal.
Tied for just one other example at PCGS for finest known. This extraordinary, premium gem displays razor sharp striking detail and brilliant surfaces that are satiny to softly frosted in texture. Essentially untoned with terrific eye appeal!
Lovely silver-gray surfaces with matte-like appearances. A nice registry-quality example of this tougher date. Only a single piece is graded finer by PCGS.
CAC approved for quality.
High-end gem survivor from a low mintage of just 22,200 coins struck. Sharply rendered design elements and smooth fields are bathed in lovely golden color with pretty pink highlights.
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