Key overdate to the Buffalo Nickel series. This coin is desirable in every grade, and one of the most recognized and important coins of the 20th century. This coin has the good detail you'd expect from an XF40, with the tip of the horn there (under magnification). LIBERTY is also full, as well as the date, and easily seen overdate. It is in our opinion one of the best coins to own. PCGS has grade just 36 of these in XF40.
The 1794 half dime is an exciting first-year of draped bust type, as well as the first year of the denomination, unless one counts the famed 1792 half dime which is likely a trial piece. NGC has graded just 10 of these in AU50. This coin has a pleasing overall look, with its gunmetal gray appearance. Two light scratches in the face are apparent under magnification, and in our view do not detract from the beauty of this rare piece.
A desirable early draped bust type coin with the large eagle reverse. Of the 27,550 mintage NGC has graded only this one as AU53, and only 34 in higher grades. Beautiful coin in hand with a pleasing gunmetal finish.
Extremely popular due to its major-rarity silver dollar cousin and to the fact that the 1804 quarter is quite scarce. Only 6,738 coins were struck and very few survive in sound condition. It's much scarcer than the 1796 quarter as few were saved.
Popular New Orleans Mint seated half dollar with subtle, yet beautiful rainbow tones just inside the stars, encircling the image of Liberty. A gorgeous gem example with beautiful eye appeal overall, this piece is destined for a top quality cabinet!
No definitive mintage is known, but perhaps 6-10 pieces can be identified. Struck for Proof sets to be given to dignitaries and VIPs, this is an underrated rarity in the world of American numismatics. Lovely and original with light rainbow tones, this piece is sure to please the collector. CAC approved for quality.
This coin is beautiful in hand, blooming with originality. The luster is medium and consistent. The strike is good. The toning it throughout, however the obverse rim is colorfully toned, yet lightly so, with beautiful hues of green-russet-magenta.
The finest graded for the date with the added bonus of the coveted CAC sticker. This wholly oriiginal coin displays light honey-gold tints across a lovely silky field. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality.
The 1889 Carson City Morgan is one of the most highly sought key dates in the Morgan dollar series. This example has attractive, original surfaces that have very light, even wear giving it nice eye appeal for the grade.
The 1889 Carson City Morgan is one of the most highly sought key dates in the Morgan dollar series. Satiny, lustrous surfaces with light golden tints beneath the surface. A pretty coin for the grade with very few marks for the grade.
Frosty obverse surfaces with nice eye appeal. An especially well-struck reverse with a with a strong mintmark. From a very low mintage Charlotte quarter eagle. Just 7,913 coins struck. Less than 5-6 pieces are graded finer by both services.
A low mintage issue of 10,960 coins struck. Silky rose-gold tints with beautiful underlying satiny luster. A beautiful piece! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality.