An excellent, fully original example in affordable collector grade. Deep gray patina and nice eye appeal.
Exceptional example! Satiny silver centers yield outwardly to deep purple rim toning. Rainbow bands apparent on the obverse to the left of liberty and show boldly on the reverse peripheral. Lovely eye appeal and strong details for the grade. CAC approved for quality. The Hansen Collection number one set holds a MS64+ example for the date.
Great draped bust type coin. Browning 5, Rarity 5, though not noted on the holder. PCGS Price Guide values this variety at $1500 in G04, though they do not often sell at these levels.
Great draped bust type coin.
Great draped bust type coin. Naturally toned and accurately graded. (For accuracy, the obverse of the holder has a scratch, though it does not affect the integrity of the holder at all).
Great draped bust type coin with choice surfaces and color for the grade. Never cleaned or altered in any way, which is a rarity for this series.
Deep tones of rose, blue-green, and violet enhance the already impressive eye appeal of this example. The overdate is clear and visible without magnification. The Hansen Collection possess a MS64+ example for the date.
A handsome original with dove gray toning and touches of iridescent color throughout. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Terrific album toning has developed at the peripheries. Excellent eye appeal.
This circulated example is as original as it gets. Grey surfaces still boast nice details and trace amounts of underlying luster. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Nice color throughout with splashes of muted blues and pinks. Nicely detailed for the assigned grade and very attractive.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size). The present coin has excellent album toning at the rims that quickly fades into white centers. Small 9 variety.
Tough to find in problem-free, as they were the workhorse coins of the era.
A wholesome original bust quarter from a low mintage of just over 64,000.
Low mintage of only 64,080 for this date. Very few were saved, as these were the "workhorse coins" of the era.
An extremely scarce and desirable large-size Bust quarter issue. From a low mintage of 24,000 very few survive.
An extremely scarce and desirable large-size, overdate Bust Quarter. From a low mintage of 24,000 very few survive. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
An extremely scarce and desirable large-size Bust quarter issue. From a low mintage of 24,000 very few survive, especially with such natural beauty as this example. Natural toning that flashes with iridescent colors in direct light. Never altered or cleaned, which is a rarity in this highly used and abused series.
Natural dove-gray toning throughout from honest circulation.
Though not on the label, this is the 1825/4/(2) variety.
Nice original color with some luster remaining. A great example of this overdate.
PCGS #38975. A delightfully clean XF with nicely defined dove-grey surfaces and plenty of bold detail despite light highpoint wear.
PCGS# 38975. A crisply defined AU example of this scarce variety! Borderline uncirculated with great luster and pleasing russet tints framing mostly untoned centers.
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