Copper-nickel type coin.
The key to the Indian Cent set and desired by nearly all collectors of US coins. Very nearly XF. CAC approved for quality.
Popular and scarce S-mint Indian cent with gorgeous woodgrain surfaces. CAC approved for quality.
Key date D-Mint with pretty reddish-brown surfaces. Clean fields with nice overall eye appeal. Popular in any grade but especially tough with red coloring. CAC approved for quality.
Lovely Red-Brown gem. Pretty eye-appeal with lovely lavender tones.
One of just 725 coins struck in proof this year, and only 23 grading PR66.
One of just 625 coins struck in proof this year, with only 57 grading PR65. CAC approved for quality.
Mintage of 1,620 coins. The third lowest mintage of all the V-Nickel proofs after the 1907 and 1911. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Desirable Type I San Francisco-mint issue. Satiny, almost matte like surfaces. More sharply struck than many. Has the lowest mintage of all Type I Buffalo Nickels.
Gorgeous better date gem with light golden-yellow tints.
Classic key date Barber quarter. Attractive and original. One of the 'big 3' keys along with the 1901-S and 1913-S. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Gun metal gray surfaces, very original.
Doubling is evident, with a very strong spread, on LIBERTY, the date, and the motto. The is one of the most popular Washington quarter varieties.
Popular and scarce over Mintmark. The upper left curve of the underlying S is evident west and north of the D.
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