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.
Beautiful rose and orange highlights with fantastic luster. A sliver of blue peaks through the rim tints with outstanding overall eye appeal. Only 4 pieces are graded finer by both services combined for the date and variety, though it would be challenging to find a more attractive example! CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Wonderful gem with light peach toning overall. Scarce, low mintage date. The 1879 is the first of the low mintage issues of the late Seated quarter series. Just 13,600 coins struck. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Only 3 pieces graded finer for the variety. Nice remaining luster with attractive blue-gray tints. Popular and desirable variety with the extra date punched far to the south of the original 1795. An interesting die crack is noted from the top of Liberty's head through the ER in LIBERTY to the rim.
Gorgeous rose and gold obverse rim tints, converting to blue on the reverse. A gorgeous superb gem example of this popular type coin that becomes very difficult in high grades. In fact, only a pair of MS67+ examples are graded finer by PCGS. CAC approved for quality.
A very rare Carson City mint seated dollar from a tiny mintage of 3,150 coins. Only a pair of MS63 examples and a MS65 is graded finer by PCGS, this piece hails from an extremely limited survivorship of the already low mintage. Attractive smoke-gray and copper-gold surfaces with a solid strike and ample luster. The last example of this date and grade sold for $39,950 in April 2017, with this example coming in at quite a bit less. An attractive example of this scarce date and desirable coin, there are not many opportunities finer (only 2!) that are likely to be available in a generation.
The 1895 is generally considered the set-stopping date to a complete Morgan set. Mintage of only 880 coins and no business strikes were issued of this date making it especially desirable for collectors. CAC approved for quality. Beautiful mirrors with the lightest hint of golden rose.
Gorgeous original surfaces with light orange tints in the fields. A gorgeous example of this later issue of the Charlotte mint that is only bested by 16 other pieces at PCGS. Only 9,056 coins struck.
One of our favorite dates in the series, this rare quarter eagle hails from a tiny mintage of just 640 coins. With plenty of remaining luster, this piece faces up with bright, shiny mirrors and stunning overall eye appeal.