A lovely near-gem example of this popular design type. Though technically a pattern issue, these are collected alongside the early small cents. We actually see less examples from 1857 in this condition than we do the more popular 1856. This fresh example displays lustrous, reflective fields with attractive, original surfaces. CAC approved for quality.
Gorgeous sea foam green tints with a light rose highlight. A gorgeous superb gem that is tied for one Finest known with one other coin. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality.
Pretty obverse rose toning around the rim, with a light hint of purple. Quite pretty! The 1916 is the key to the Standing Liberty quarter series, the 1916 is also the first year of issue. Just 52,000 coins were struck and most were not saved. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal. CAC approved for quality.
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.
Gorgeous matte proof Indian Quarter Eagle that is incredibly rare with the coveted CAC seal of approval. Only 3 pieces are graded finer by PCGS and the amazing eye appeal makes us imagine that none could possibly be more attractive. CAC approved for quality.
A very underrated issue from a mintage of just 12,447 pieces. Lustrous, orange-golden highlights with nice luster. A first year of type issue and often overlooked as a true first year coin. In the Akers landmark auction survey of Gold Eagles, this date ranks in rarity ahead of several scarce dates, such as 1876, 1879-O, 1873-CC, 1920-S to name a few. Meant for the astute eagle collector.
Nice Indian eagle type coin. Well struck with excellent luster. Very pleasing in hand. Just 20 graded MS66+ by PCGS with a single piece graded finer! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
The 1863 Double Eagle is a very tough coin from this exciting and highly chased series of type 1 double eagles. In general the Philly-Mint issues struck during the Civil War are scarce to rare, especially in mint state and the 1863 is the toughest.