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    Amazing Gem Half Cent

    1854 1/2c PCGS MS66 RB


    This beautifully preserved gem boasts exceedingly sharp details and plenty of original mint red-orange color. The rich red color is especially vibrant on the reverse and is featured along the rims of the obverse while the central devices display a steely blue patina. Only a single red-brown example has been graded finer!

    Tough Early Large Cent

    1813 1c PCGS AU55


    Smooth, well-preserved surfaces feature strong underlying luster and no distractions to take away from the strong eye appeal. Overall an attractive and affordable AU example, before the price jump for mint state pieces.

    Rare Variety

    1873 1c PCGS MS64 BN (Doubled LIBERTY)


    Rare and desirable variety known for the strong doubling on the word LIBERTY on the obverse. Only 7 pieces have been graded by PCGS at this grade with no pieces finer by either service. A truly difficult coin to find that is typically a set-stopper for those looking for major and popular varieties.

    Key Date Rarity

    1877 1c PCGS/CAC Proof 65 RB


    The key to the Indian cent set and desired by nearly all collectors of US coins, and desirable even in proof. Exciting color radiates through the reflective fields. A tiny thread strike thru error on the cheek adds interest. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.

    Tied for Finest Known

    1930-S 1c NGC MS67 RD


    A superb gem example of this conditionally challenging San Francisco issue, tied for finest known between both services! Rich, full-red color spans both sides with no distractions or spots to take away from the outstanding eye appeal.

    Rare, Key Date

    1884 3cN PCGS/CAC AU50


    Very scarce date in the Three Cent Nickel series from a mintage of just 1,700. Attractive, original surfaces are nicely defined with only the slightest hints of friction. Steel-gray with glints of olive-gold, the eye appeal is strong for the grade.

    Only One Finer!

    1888 3cN PCGS MS67+


    Low mintage issue. Just 36,500 coins struck, but becomes exceedingly difficult to locate in such a lofty grade. Creamy luster coats the untoned surfaces helping to highlight the full, sharp striking detail. PCGS pop 11 with only 1 finer, according to CoinFacts.

    Key Date

    1885 5c PCGS MS66


    The key to the business strike set. This registry quality superb gem displays attractive silver-grey surfaces that are silky smooth and feature touches of orange-gold toning.

    Tied for Finest Known!

    1898 5c PCGS MS67


    This magnificent gem is tied for the finest known example between both services. Sharply-struck design elements stand out in full detail. Worthy of the advanced collector, vibrant cartwheel luster that rolls across the smooth, untoned surfaces create spectacular eye appeal!

    Rare Doubled Die

    1916 5c PCGS/CAC AU50 (Doubled Die Obverse)


    The 1916 doubled die Buffalo is one of the most dramatic and exciting varieties of all 20th century issues. Scarce to rare in all grades this is a gorgeous AU example! Generous luster remains beneath a layer of wispy original toning. Extremely clean surfaces are well detailed with the doubling boldly visible at the date and lower feather. The eye appeal is enchanting! This lot is sure to garner attention from advanced collectors of the series. 

    Only 4 Finer

    1928-S 5c PCGS MS66


    A better date S-mint issue with exciting pastel rainbow colors. Very choice for the grade. PCGS lists only 4 finer, but one or two of those may be a resubmission upgrade. At any rate, this is a condition census coin.

    Only 4 Finer!

    1929-S 5c PCGS MS67


    Icy blue and purple toning throughout. A thin die crack shoots through the portrait, adding interest. With only 4 examples certified finer (67+) by PCGS, this coin remains firmly planted as one of the finest known.