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.
Famous key date from an original mintage of an estimated 1,500 to 2,000 coins. CAC approved for quality.
Lustrous fields and original color. A famous key date from an original mintage of an estimated 1,500 to 2,000 coins. CAC approved for quality.
Rare, original proof Flying Eagle cent with Eagle Eye Seal of Approval. Hard coin to find based on the low mintage and popularity of this first year of issue coin.
A gorgeous superb gem example of this copper-nickel type coin. Gorgeous reddish-orange tints with plenty of luster, this piece is perfect for the advanced type set! CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Pleasing, reflective surfaces on this Red proof with oh-so lightly frosted (but not true cameo) devices. One of 17 certified by PCGS at this grade and just 2 higher. Accompanied by an Eagle Eye Photo Seal signed by numismatic expert Richard Snow.
One of the primary keys to the Lincoln cent collection and a rare date that is coveted by all collectors. Our favorite key date of the 20th century, the lovely reddish-brown tints shine through the lightest of brown surfaces. CAC approved for quality.