Gorgeous remaining red tints in the obverse fields with bright golden red reverse surfaces. One of the finest in existence for this key date in the middle Large Cent years, a few scattered spots account for the color designation, but we have seen darker, less attractive pieces designated as "Red" in recent years. Tied with 2 other pieces at PCGS as the finest graded.
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.
The 1794 half dime is an exciting first-year of draped bust type, as well as the first year of the denomination, unless one counts the famed 1792 half dime which is likely a trial piece. NGC has graded just 10 of these in AU50. This coin has a pleasing overall look, with its gunmetal gray appearance. Two light scratches in the face are apparent under magnification, and in our view do not detract from the beauty of this rare piece.
Lovely NGC star rated example with coppery golden toning. Flashy fields and well-struck devices. NGC+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Popular date as business strikes are quite scarce on 1895. Mintage of 880 coins in proof. Beautiful rainbow obverse tones with blazing lavender and turquoise highlights. A gorgeously beautiful piece with amazing eye appeal. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
A choice VF of this underrated early New Orleans quarter. The 1842-O quarter with small date is a rarity in any grade and this coin is one of just a handful we've ever handled in over 20 years. Only 10 coins graded at the VF30 level by PCGS.
A beautiful early bust dollar with a light grayish tint. Several small toning marks are noticeable, but the wear is so light that it's hardly traceable, save for the high points on the hair of Liberty. A really choice AU example with aspirations of being uncirculated. CAC approved for quality.
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.