All 3 coins in the lot are Mint Errors with either a Curved Clip, Broadstruck or Multistruck Error.
Very desirable as an early draped bust type coin with the small eagle reverse. This is a very high-end example of this type coin with its immaculate surfaces and dark toning with vibrant hues of green, gold and rose gold. 16 stars are engraved on the obverse to represent the count of states in the Union at the time of issue.
A desirable early draped bust type coin with the large eagle reverse. Low original mintage of just 10,975 coins and just the second lowest in the series to the 1804. Only 6 others graded higher at PCGS. The pretty dark purple peripheral toning creates for very nice eye appeal.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size). Tied for the finest known example with 2 others, both at NGC. Nice luster and beautiful rose gold and green toning on both the obverse and reverse make for fantastic eye appeal.
Rare Carson City Seated dime from a mintage of 35,480 coins. Very few survivors remain, especially in higher grades. This example is tied for the finest known graded by NGC, although there are 2 others graded higher at PCGS.
An underrated New Orleans issue with only 3 pieces graded finer by PCGS. Incredibly original with premium quality surfaces, the light rose and lavender tints beneath the surfaces highlight this well-pedigreed piece.
Only a single example is graded finer by PCGS (MS67), making this the second finest known. Beautiful pale rose tints with silky smooth surfaces, this underrated P-mint is a perfect example of a high end Seated Quarter. CAC approved for quality.