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    Tough Date

    1840-O H10c PCGS AU58 (No Drapery)


    Heavily clashed dies created a muddy strike, as is the case with many of this date/mint, but the coin itself is virtually uncirculated. Full mint luster! A tough date with a mintage of 695,000, and a much lower survival rate. Only 19 finer at PCGS according to CoinFacts.

    Rare, Underrated Date

    1853-O H10c NGC/CAC AU58 (No Arrows)


    The 1853-O No Arrows half dime had a small mintage of 160,000 pieces, compared to more than 2 million coins for the With Arrows variety. The majority of this tiny mintage is believed to have been melted leaving this issue scarce across all grades. Between both grading services only nine examples have been graded finer than this superb AU specimen. Nice luster remains beneath a rich patina of mottled pleasing gold and russet tones. Boldly defined and free of distraction, the overall eye appeal is great!

    Registry Quality Type Coin

    1853 H10c PCGS MS67 (Arrows) ex: D.L. Hansen


    The first year to boast the arrows signifying a change in weight. This conditionally rare piece boasts delicate teal and rose toning on both sides and brilliant details throughout. The eye appeal of this lustrous, original coin is outstanding. Only 5 are graded finer by PCGS than this present example - All of which are MS67+. Great arrows type coin.

    Rainbow Toning!

    1863 H10c PCGS MS66+ ex: D.L. Hansen


    Magnificent eye appeal has perfectly toned proof-like surfaces to blame! Terrific Rainbow toning circles the obverse while the reverse is more calm with lilac-grey and teal toning. Flashy fields contrast well with detailed frosty devices - almost prooflike and luster abounds. Desirable Civil War era issue. Very low mintage of just 18,000 coins. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.

    Lustrous Original Gem

    1863-S H10c PCGS/CAC MS65 ex: D.L. Hansen


    Light golden toning and pleasing patina hold this coin back from a 1/10 toning score. This coin has all the detail you could hope for or expect from a gem Half Dime. Stunning cartwheel luster blends with the gold toning in a bright display. Popular Civil War date S-mint. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.

    Only CAC Example for the grade!

    1865 H10c PCGS/CAC MS65 ex: D.L. Hansen


    This is the only MS65 or MS65+ to earn the coveted CAC sticker! Semi-reflective lustrous surfaces shine through pleasing patina. Rose toned devices stand out against fields beautifully toned with teal, gold, and rose. Full details on Liberty's head are visible and only slight wear on the shield. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.