A gorgeous registry-quality gem, the 1924-S is the 2nd rarest date in gem Red condition (behind the 1926-S), amongst all of the Lincolns. It is however the toughest date to find with the Red designation as very examples maintained the color in uncirculated condition. Tied with 9 others as the finest known at PCGS.
Scarce Buffalo nickel variety that Is scarcely seen. Lovely original grayish-maroon surfaces with nice luster. Only 3 pieces have been graded finer by PCGS. CAC approved for quality.
Popular, scarce Carson City Morgan dollar issue. This example has great luster and eye appeal. As nice as you can get without getting to gem condition. NGC+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
A historic Civil War medal that was struck to commemorate one of the great generals of the Confederate States of America. In fact, PGT Beuregard as he was more often referred, was the commander that ordered the firing on the walls of Fort Sumter in the Charleston Harbor as the beginning of the Civil War. 92% silver, 6% copper and 17.7 mm, this reeded edge issue is one of the crown jewels of Civil War numismatics and nearly impossible to find without damage or a hole which was created for suspension of the coin on a necklace.
Grade: Choice XF, Strike: 5/5, Surface Quality: 3/5 Fine Style (Light smoothing). Reverse of Salus seated at altar. A bold, precise strike and a portrait of truly amazing style. A remarkable sestertius.