Sharply struck gem with electric blue and purple tints highlighting the fields. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The Hansen Collection possesses a PR66RB example for the date.
One of the lowest mintage proof issues in the Barber quarter set. Just 575 examples struck in this format. CAC approved for quality.
Lovely, original gem. Golden and peachy tones throughout with plenty of luster. First year of the revised design. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The Hansen Collection houses a MS67FH for the date.
Beautiful rose, green, and blue tints with splashes of gold, this piece is high end in quality and impressive in eye appeal! Low mintage in proof and business strike formats. Just 832 proofs struck. CAC approved for quality.
Only a single MS67 is graded finer by PCGS and it resides in the number one set. A beautiful satiny gem with gorgeous fields and unbelievable eye appeal, this better D-mint in gem condition is perfect for the advanced collector. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Attractive, uniform gunmetal grey tones with golden highlights and underlying luster. Solid strike, Liberty's hair curls and the stars are all full. Popular millennial issue Bust dollar. Much tougher than the 1798-1799 issues of this type. The Hansen Collection contains a AU50 example for the date.
Rare proof-only Seated dollar issue from a tiny mintage of just 300 coins. There are only 2 examples graded finer (Proof 65+). CAC approved for quality, the lovely golden tints and light gray mint frost are gorgeous and attractive for this scarce gem from a limited mintage of just 300 pieces. The Hansen Collection possesses a coin of the same grade in the primary set.
Attractive and affordable piece before the price jump for gem examples. Sharply struck grey surfaces with flashy highlights of golden-brown, blue and violet especially present on the reverse. Only 1,330 proofs struck this year. CAC approved for quality. The number one set contains a PR65+CAM example for the date.
Flashy golden surfaces with touches of mauve around the peripheral. Nice eye appeal and solid contrast for the grade. Low mintage of just 460 proofs struck during this Civil War year. The Hansen Collection holds a PR66 example for the date.
Premium plus-graded gem with amazingly clear, watery mirrors and frosty devices. Tied for finest known and equal in eye appeal with the Hansen Collection example. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Solid example of this Key date S-mint. Displays hints of mint luster remaining and pleasant tangerine tones throughout. A mintage of 16,000 coins, with no known mint state examples. The Hansen Collection houses the finest known for the date, a AU58.