Choice specimen, perfect in every way for the grade. Lovely, problem free surfaces with superb detail and attractive undertones of blue-green and gold brought out when turned in the light.
Fresh to the market, this piece is from an earlier strike for the date as can be determined from the light die polish lines and the 2 noticeable lint marks. Lovely peripheral golden tints with impressive luster, this piece is destined for the finest of Bust Dollar collections! CAC approved for quality.
Olive-gold surfaces display nice underlying luster. A pleasing example with sharp details for the grade. The Hansen Collection contains a AU58+ example for the date.
Attractive XF lightly toned golden-grey with smooth surfaces, that show minimal wear and strong details. Nice remaining luster and wonderful eye appeal for the grade! The prominent die lump between the letters I and C in AMERICA identifies the BB-65 variety.
Splendid silver mint luster gleams over the surfaces of this impressively preserved, choice AU example. Well defined design elements are highlighted by tints of lavender, peach, and gold. The original lot description at Stacks Bowers notes, "A flaw in the planchet obscures much of the T in LIBERTY, though the surfaces are lacking in notable post-Mint blemishes. The dies are heavily fatigued in this state, with dramatic cracks and evidence of clashing visible on each side." The Hansen Collection possess the finest known example for the date, a MS64.
Even deep gun-metal grey surfaces with attractive undertones of olive and gold. Liberty's hair is nicely defined and reaming luster surrounds the devices. Choice AU example! The Hansen Collection possess the finest known examples for the date, a MS64.
Exceptionally preserved XF example with no individually significant abrasions and plenty of remaining luster. The primary Hansen Collection set displays a MS62 example for the date.
Magnificent bands of rainbow toning highlight bold central devices. No individually significant abrasions to distract from the excellent eye appeal. The 1798 small eagle is the final year of issue and a tougher date in the small eagle series. The primary set displays a XF45 example for the date.
Highly attractive AU with original surfaces lightly toned in gunmetal gray with olive and gold undertones. Strong details for the grade with only trivial circulation marks. Large eagle Bust dollar type coin. The Hansen Collection possess a AU55 example for the date.
Choice XF example! Gorgeous darker example with olive and golden highlights surrounding the devices and nice underlying luster. Strong details and great eye appeal for the grade. Large eagle Bust dollar type coin. CAC approved for quality. The primary set displays a AU55 example for the date.
Pleasing darker example! Attractive piece with subtle blue and pink undertones and generally inconsequential circulation marks. Popular millennial issue Bust dollar. Much tougher than the 1798-1799 issues of this type. The Hansen Collection displays a AU50 example for the date.
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.
Absolutely beautiful near mint state example. Deep blended tones of blue-green, peach, and violet glimmer over well-preserved surfaces. The strike is sharp throughout with no significant contact marks. The eye appeal is superb! The Hansen Collection holds the finest known example for the date, a MS64.