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    Tough Proof Issue

    1867 1c PCGS Proof 65 RD

    Next Bid: $4,500.00
    Closes: 1D 12H

    A stunning, cherry red gem proof with liquid mirrored fields and sharp devices that seemingly rise up to the surface. Several tiny toning spots do not hold back the grade, but are worth mentioning. They are much less noticeable in-hand.

    Stunning Beauty

    1897-O 10c PCGS/CAC MS64

    Next Bid: $3,350.00
    Closes: 8D 14H

    Scarce and popular New Orleans-mint Barber dime. Pale rose toning (primarily on the reverse) sweeps around the peripheries and fades into softly lustrous, white centers. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.

    Key Date - Rarity in Full Bands

    1916-D 10c PCGS MS63 FB

    Next Bid: $23,000.00
    Closes: 15D 13H

    The key to the Mercury dime business strike set and one of the most popular of all U.S. 20th century coins. A stunning, select example! Brightly lustrous surfaces featured dappled russet, blue-green, and golden tones. Well-detailed with great eye appeal for the grade, this piece is destined for a fine cabinet.

    Scarce Variety

    1942/1-D 10c PCGS MS62 FB

    Next Bid: $5,750.00
    Closes: 8D 14H

    An exceptional white uncirculated example with astounding luster for the grade. Perhaps two bag marks away from an even loftier grade. The overall eye appeal is exceptionally strong. 42/1-D examples are slightly more difficult to find than the 42/1-P examples, in our experience.

    Famous Key Date

    1913-S 25c PCGS/CAC VF20

    Next Bid: $8,750.00
    Closes: 8D 14H

    One of the big 3 key date Barber quarters, the 1913-S boasts the lowest mintage of any 20th century silver coin issue. Just 40,000 coins were struck and very few are preserved in high grades. The present coin is a lovely dove-gray colored circulated example. VF examples are always in high demand. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.

    Complex Toning

    1894 25c NGC Proof 67

    Next Bid: $3,450.00
    Closes: 1D 13H

    Premium gem from a low mintage of just 972 coins struck in proof format. Sharp, impeccably struck mirrors shine beneath a mottled patina of rich olive-gold, electric blue and rose tints.