Civil War era proof with a low mintage of just 500 coins. This piece is CAC approved for quality and boasts a coveted PCGS + grade indicating premium quality. Reflective fields are alight, with the obverse highlighting Liberty in wine and surrounds her in a light ring of violet and blue. The reverse is more colorful with wine and violets dominating the central device and fields and electric blues and lime greens dancing in and around the peripheral lettering, denticles, and rim.
This example of a low-mintage proof issue, just 950 struck, is CAC approved for quality and boasts a PCGS+ grade. It's truly at the top of its class with sunrise hues on the obverse and iridescent electric blues along the top right. The reverse boasts a warm wine glow across the surface with russets along the bottom and a peek of fuscia near the tips of the arrows.
A low-mintage proof issue of just 711 coins, this PCGS+ grade piece showcases a frosty Miss Liberty seated in a field of wine hues that verge on dusty pink. Heavier violets and a touch of blue and green kiss the numerals of the date. Wines and russets dance in a unique pattern across the shield and eagle, bursting into pinks and blues closer to the periphery. Presently this is the only example PCGS has graded at this level, with just 2 grading higher.
This popular Civil War date boasts a PCGS+ grade for premium quality. Grey and charcoal at first glance, in hand this piece features a variety of colors ranging from wine to dusty rose on the obverse and soft hints of russet, dusty rose, and seafoam green on the reverse.
A low mintage date in proof and business strike formats, this example displays gorgeous rose, blue, and magenta rim toning with absolutely fabulous overall surfaces. A truly special piece that stands out due to the amazing eye appeal and clean fields. Just 832 proofs struck.
With a mintage of 15,412 coins, this 1941 Walker is a scarcer proof half, and its CAC approved for quality. A rainbow of colors on the obverse flash in the hand, with wines washing the watery surfaces and seafoam greens, with kisses of dusty pink, in splashes.
Beautiful blue and rose obverse rim toning with a flashy of gold in the center which carries over to the reverse with the inverted color scheme. An absolutely choice and attractive example of this popular Proof issue. Low mintage of just 600 coins struck in proof format. CAC approved for quality.
The key to the Morgan dollar date set in grades Good-MS65 with the exception of perhaps the Proof-only 1895. This piece is CAC approved for quality and original surfaces. In hand, a faint cartwheel of luster can be easily detected on the reverse.
Watery, reflective surfaces and cameo devices are the dominant features of here. Smooth russets belnd into blues along much of the periphery of the obverse, while the reverse boasts a more mottled russet appearance with splashes of shocking blue along much of the rim. This coin is CAC approved for quality.
Tough date that is unusual in affordable grades. This popular obverse mintmark issue is rather heavily cleaned on the obverse with some noticeable scratches on the reverse as well. Mintage of just 17,179 coin struck at the Charlotte mint of this issue.
A stunningly original example of this popular and scarce O-mint issue from a mintage of just 16,400 pieces. Only a single piece is graded finer by PCGS (MS 61), but this piece is the finest to have garnered the coveted CAC seal of approval. CAC approved for quality.
Desirable New Orleans mint issue. Only 2 pieces are graded finer by PCGS, the originality of the surfaces and quality of the piece is absolutely outstanding. Mintage of just 110,000 coins. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
An interesting no motto eagle type coin, this is the finest example that was recovered from the famous SS Republic shipwreck. While there are 3 other pieces graded finer by NGC, none are from the Shipwreck. Stunning luster and fantastic overall eye appeal make this a desirable piece for the historic collector.
This is one of the most sought-after types in the classic commemorative series that spanned 1892 through 1954. Only 4,256 coins of the with-star variety were issued, and this specimen is among the top of its class in lofty MS65+ and bearing a CAC sticker of approval for outstansing eye appeal and overall quality.