The 1796 quarter is a one-year type coin that is highly sought by collectors as a first year issue of all quarter dollars. Smooth surfaces with light lavender and blue highlights around the central devices. A true beauty with fantastic eye appeal.
Great draped bust type coin. A condition census example of the B-3 die variety, it was struck from clashed dies and is rather weakly defined in the central devices, as is typical for the issue. Pretty pink tones highlight the rim with gorgeous, lustrous fields overall. An ideal example for the type coin collector!
The 1839 Gobrecht dollar is much scarcer than the 'type coin' 1836 Gobrecht without any premium. One of the 300 pieces struck in 1839, an estimate of 60-75 pieces are expected to exist, with this example being on of the finest remaining. Frosty gold tints with a light orange from 2 to 7 o'clock on the obverse, this piece displays an unusual attractiveness and is not dark as most examples that we come across. Only 2 pieces are graded finest by PCGS.
Popular, scarce Carson City Morgan dollar issue that is so close to gem grades, but for a fraction of the price. Lovely, white surfaces with great overall eye appeal. NGC+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
The 1895 is generally considered the set-stopping date to a complete Morgan set. Mintage of only 880 coins and no business strikes were issued of this date making it especially desirable for collectors. This stunning dark grey toned example exhibits deep watery fields with colorful bands of blue along the lower rims.
An affordable Key Date issue with the lightest of cleanings on the obverse. In fact, we've seen worse quality coins with straight grades and not blinked an eye! The 1895 is generally considered the set-stopping date to a complete Morgan set. Mintage of only 880 coins and no business strikes were issued of this date making it especially desirable for collectors.
An amazing survivor from the 1830s, this piece is the finest graded of this date and is truly an opportunity for the advanced collector/investor. The coin displays a light rose tint on the left side of the obverse with frosty, lustrous surfaces. CAC approved for quality.
An incredibly unusual find, this 1904 Proof Set is perfectly matched with fantastic eye appeal across the board. The cent, nickel, and dime are CAC approved, while the dime, quarter and half are not. Typically dark and hazy, these pieces exhibit plenty of "flash" with pristine surfaces.
An especially rare gem example of this popular Spanish Dollar-size coin. The final date of the Phillip V issue, this date also includes Ferdinand VI in the shield side legend, with the Philip V type priced slightly higher. We know of possibly another example of the type in gem grade, but it is exceedingly rare.