Half Dimes & Dimes

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    Scarce Issue

    1801 H10c PCGS AU55 ex: Hansen Collection


    A better date in the scarce and desirable early half dime series with the draped bust obverse and heraldic (large) eagle reverse. This charming AU saw wonderful preservation. Gold-grey central devices are framed by beautiful blue, rose, and deep violet toning. Nice luster and bold detail remains, the eye appeal is excellent for the grade level!

    Gorgeous Toning

    1829 H10c NGC MS66


    Stunning, superb gem example of this first year of issue in the capped bust half dime series. Rich aqua, violet, and rose-gold tones span the sharply struck surfaces on both the obverse and reverse. Great eye appeal!

    Colorfully Toned Gem

    1835 H10c PCGS MS66+ (Large Date, Large 5C)

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    Next Bid: $6,900.00
    Closes: 2D 3H

    High-end type coin from the capped bust half dime series. Satiny silver surfaces are crisply struck and overlaid in blended rose, blue, and green toning. A great coin for the advanced collector, especially those who value colorful toning, only two PCGS examples have been graded finer!

    Only 1 Finer!

    1836 H10c PCGS MS66 (3/Inverted 3, FS-301) ex: Pogue

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    PCGS #38729. LM-3 is a plentiful variety however the 1836 Capped Bust half dime as a date is a major condition rarity in MS66 or better! The remnants of the inverted 3 are visible in the open loop of the primary 3 in the date. Lovely luster shines through rich patina of olive-gold tints with deeper touches of charcoal on the reverse.

    Popular Variety

    1837 H10c PCGS MS63 (Small 5c)


    The 1837 Small 5c variety is the scarcest of the widely collected varieties in the popular capped bust half dime series. This select example is richly toned and well-struck with nice luster shinning through the patina of olive, gold, orange toning.

    One Year Type Coin

    1837 H10c NGC MS66 (No Stars, Large Date)


    The no-stars design was quickly changed because the empty field design didn't protect the coins from wear in circulation. This satiny lustrous gem is sharply struck throughout with distraction free fields that are untoned on the obverse while the reverse is blanketed in a handsome blue-green tint.

    Scarce Survivor Date

    1841-O H10c PCGS MS64

    Next Bid: $3,675.00
    Closes: 2D 3H

    While a hefty number of coins were produced (815,000), the date saw heavy circulation and very few survivors of decent quality remain. Mint State pieces are particularly rare and this nicely attractive example with satiny, richly toned surfaces is a highlight in our offerings. Only 4 pieces are graded finer by PCGS.