Lovely choice red-brown coin with glossy surfaces.
Scarce variety with bottom feather of headdress pointing between C and A of AMERICA. Much tougher than the type 1.
A sharp gem with a sharp strike and lovely rich red-orange color on the obverse and a satiny golden reverse. The eye appeal is lovely!
Popular Liberty nickel type coin.
Key date Buffalo nickel.
Popular type coin from the capped bust half dime series.
Desirable and ideal type coin issue for the capped bust design (large size).
Scarce S-mint from the Civil War era. Just 230,000 coins struck and few survive in higher grades.
First year of issue.
A very tough date to locate in all grades. In fact only 4 pieces have been graded as mint state by both services combined. A choice XF example with lovely blue, cherry, and golden highlights, this piece is sure to please.
Classic key date Barber quarter with solid details and no individually significant marks or abrasions that would take away from its charming eye appeal. One of the 'big 3' keys along with the 1901-S and 1913-S.
Scarce O-mint Barber quarter that is much tougher than the mintage suggests. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Mintage of 22,329 coins in proof format.
A lovely example of this tougher Overton variety, the surfaces display a gorgeous apricot, blue and rose tint. Nicely struck with beautiful curls in the hair, the reverse faces up a touch lighter than the obverse of this overall very attractive piece.
Great Bust half dollar type coin.
Mintage of 128,800.
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