Gorgeous high end type coin. Booming luster and crisp details with pretty gold and lavender tints. The Hansen Collection holds a MS68 example for the date. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Nice AU example. First year of issue for the Liberty Seated dime series with the stars added to the obverse. This small-stars variety is the scarcer of the two star sizes and quite interesting looking as well. The Hansen Collection holds the finest known for the date, a MS68+.
Mirrored fields flash strongly through sea-green and pink toning. Blue tints highlight the reverse devices. Stunning eye appeal! Mintage of 972 coins struck in proof format. The Hansen Collection holds a PR67 CAM example for the date.
Well-preserved gem! Frosty white devices contrast nicely against reflective mirrors that show hints of pale gold toning. One of the lowest mintage proof issues in the Barber half series with just 575 coins struck. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The Hansen Collection houses a PR67 CAM example that is tied with 6 other pieces for finest known.
Frosty golden tints with plenty of luster and gorgeous reflective fields. The 1895-S is one our favorite dates in the series as a sleeper issue that is surprisingly difficult to locate in AU and above. The number 1 Hansen set possesses another MS65 example.
Frosty design elements and deep watery mirrors under pleasant grey-gold toning. From a lower mintage of 1,100 coins struck in proof format, the 1879 Proof Morgan is seen far less often in the market than it's contemporaries of the 1880's. The number one set displays a PR67CAM example for the date.
Only 20 Struck! A true rarity in a series that is nearly impossible to collect. No circulation strikes of this date were produced, making it a proof only issue. Smooth orange-gold surfaces with a hint of rose, this piece is truly an underrated numismatic rarity for the advanced collector.