Gorgeous surfaces with brilliant fields. A scarce gem with very coins of equal caliber. Only 4 pieces graded at PCGS as such with none finer. A popular and scarce Copper Nickel proof issue from a mintage of just 1,000 coins.
Popular and very scarce double die Lincoln cent with full, bold doubling on the date and obverse lettering. CAC approved for quality. NGC+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Very popular and scarce no stars design for the Seated dime series, issued without stars on the obverse. The obverse was quickly replaced later in 1838 with stars, making 1837(-P) and the 1838-O as the only no stars issues. The O-mint is the scarcer of the two. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Great draped bust type coin. A condition census example of the B-3 die variety, it was struck from clashed dies and is rather weakly defined in the central devices, as is typical for the issue. Pretty pink tones highlight the rim with gorgeous, lustrous fields overall. An ideal example for the type coin collector!
Large eagle Bust dollar type coin with surfaces that show the slightest amount of wear. The luster is that of a MS63 piece with a light golden tint.
Mintage of 141,120 commemorating the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Presidents Coolidge and Washington are depicted on the obverse. Single year issue with no D or S mints issued.
Low mintage of only 9,039 coins commemorating the 100th anniversary of the independence of Texas in 1836. General Sam Houston and Stephen Austin, founders of the Republic and State of Texas depicted on reverse. P & S mints also issued in 1936. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
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.