The 1910-S is a better S-mint to locate with the Red designation that is impossible to find in higher grades. This lovely reddish-orange example is a stunning example of what a superb gem should look like. Dripping with luster and eye appeal, this piece is ideal for the Registry collector!
From a mintage of only four pieces, this early dime is housed in an old PCGS Holder and hails from the Starr collection. Fresh and off the market for over 20 years, this piece exhibits beautiful rose, blue, and golden highlights and is ideal for the collector who truly appreciates rarity. CAC approved for quality.
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.
Frosty, lustrous surfaces. A perfect slider that could easily grade as uncirculated. One of the big 3 key date Barber quarters, the 1913-S boasts the lowest mintage of any 20th century silver coin issue. Just 40,000 coins were struck and very few are preserved in high grades.