Low mintage issue of 184,618 coins struck.
Wonderful AU representative of this low mintage issue of 184,618 coins struck. Boldly struck with nice luster and a pleasing olive-grey patina that reveals lovely golden and orange undertones when tilted under a light.
Low mintage issue of 165,100 coins struck. Pretty blue-green and purple toning frame the obverse while deep blue and lime span the reverse.
Evenly worn AU example with great remaining luster and beautifully untoned surfaces.
Only 110,600 coins struck.
Lustrous, silver-grey surfaces with mottled russet and indigo toning throughout. Strong details for the grade. Only 110,600 coins struck. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The primary set displays a MS65 example for the date.
Eye catching Mint State survivor, struck from a mintage of 59,000 coins. Boldly detailed and nicely lustrous surfaces are toned a light olive-grey and reveal wonderful blended tones of peach, violet, blue, and rose when light hits the fields.
Only 140,750 coins struck.
Well-struck details and smooth surfaces and coated in antique golden-gray with lovely peach and lavender undertones. Only 140,750 coins struck.
Brightly lustrous AU survivor from a mintage of just 15,000 coins. Beautifully untoned and sufficiently bold, the eye appeal is great for the grade level.
Handsome XF example of this scarce, very low mintage issue of just 7,500 coins struck. Untoned save for touches of golden rim toning with fantastic luster remaining in the protected areas.
Well-detailed example olive toned surfaces that show tints of gold highlighting the devices when turned in the light. Nice! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The Hansen Collection hosts the finest known example for the date, a MS66+.
Only ten PCGS examples have been graded finer than this flashy golden specimen!
Scarce Civil War issue from a very low mintage of just 30,700 coins struck. Evenly circulated example with bright, untoned central devices framed by olive-gold and violet peripheral toning.
Flashy luster shines from the boldly detailed, golden toned fields touches with scattered multicolor toning on both sides.
A fantastic candidate as a with motto type coin. Attractive and affordable before the price more than doubles at the MS64+ level. Crisply detailed surfaces glow with luster between a pleasing patina of peach and gold tones on the obverse while the reverse displays touches of blue, and rose coloration as well.
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