Nice type coin.
Gorgeous blue and magenta tints with stunning eye appeal.
Sharply defined and full of bright red-orange color.
Popular steel cent manufactured during WW2.
With only one PCGS graded example finer, this is a truly original registry quality example! Beautifully mottled surfaces showcase tantalizing hints of red coloration. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal! Better date.
Popular Liberty nickel type coin with pale, champagne toning and great luster. CAC approved as high end for the grade.
Scarce and desirable as the only D-mint V-Nickel. This well-detailed gem is beautifully lustrous beneath attractive gold, lavender, and light blue tints.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (small size).
Affordable Civil War date with satiny luster beneath patina of aquamarine, rose, and violet tones. The number one set contains a MS67 example for the date.
Nice type coin with complex, colorful tones.
Scarce and popular New Orleans-mint Barber dime.
Deep grey toning with hints of iridescent blue! A handsome example of this O-Mint issue.
Rare, low mintage issue from the Civil War of just 67,000 business strikes, but much scarcer than even the mintage suggests.
A pleasing example of one of only 9 prooflike Seated Liberty Quarters.
Classic key date Barber quarter. One of the 'big 3' keys along with the 1901-S and 1913-S.
Great type coin. Final year of issue.
Frosty gem with a lovely silver patina and mottled russet tints highlighting the well-struck devices.
Famous overdate SLQ. Quite rare in all grades, examples above VF are especially tough.
Very desirable and popular key date in the Standing Quarter series. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
A registry worthy piece with touches of multicolor toning throughout the sharply defined surfaces.
Nice details are present and surfaces are colorfully toned. Great draped bust half dollar type coin.
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