Once believed to be America's first native trade token. This early die state with impressively smooth fields features a rounding of the obverse field is typical of this issue. is An unusually thick Mott token example with die crack extending from the left bottom of the clock. Tied for finest graded by PCGS with just one other coin. CAC approved for quality.
These coins were struck by France as general issues for Colonial usage in the New World. This piece is one of just six P-mint examples certified by PCGS. Mostly silver with slate toned centers. Well struck example with solid underlying luster. Just one example graded higher.
The 1767-dated coins were struck in Paris and intended for use in the West Indies. Pretty red-brown glossy surfaces with solid luster. A choice example with lovely eye appeal deserving of a 5-star rating. Population of just 2 in 63 Brown with only 1 finer.
An extremely popular issue, it gets its name from the 94 tiny stars around the border of the reverse die. As is typical for the date, the reverse is of a much lower grade than the obverse but the obverse is so nice that it carries the piece to a VG8.
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.
Original and flashy proof with an Eagle Eye Seal of Approval. A rare and underrated proof issue of just 200 coins that is vastly undervalued in comparison to the key 1856 proof cent.