Attractive golden toned example with appreciable cameo contrast between mirrored fields and frosty, crisp devices. Key proof-only issue from a mintage of just 510 coins. Very desirable. CAC approved for quality. The primary set contains a PR67+CAM example for the date.
Superb gem! Lustrous, near perfect surfaces gleam with tints of blue-green and gold. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The number one set holds a MS68+ example for the date, tied for finest known with just one other piece.
Lustrous golden toned example with exceptional details and attractive pastel tints along the peripherals. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The Hansen Collection number one set displays a MS67 example for the date.
Perfectly original example of this scarce and desirable early half dime with the draped bust obverse and heraldic (large) eagle reverse. A flaw in the R of LIBERTY resulted in the word LIBEKTY. Nicely defined details with attractive lilac and peach toning on each side. The striking details are sharp, except on the eagle's breast. CAC approved for quality. The Hansen Collection number one set displays a MS64 example for the date.
Supremely original and eye appealing example. Vibrant mint luster gleams beneath overlay of seafoam, violet-blue and russet toning. Sharp details throughout. Better date S-mint Barber dime. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The Hansen Collection holds one of the two finest examples for the date, a MS67.
Beautifully original type coin from the 1820's. Bold strike and attractive deep toning over lustrous surfaces. CAC approved for quality. The number one set contains a MS65 example for the date.G43
Splendid silver mint luster gleams over the surfaces of this impressively preserved, choice AU example. Well defined design elements are highlighted by tints of lavender, peach, and gold. The original lot description at Stacks Bowers notes, "A flaw in the planchet obscures much of the T in LIBERTY, though the surfaces are lacking in notable post-Mint blemishes. The dies are heavily fatigued in this state, with dramatic cracks and evidence of clashing visible on each side." The Hansen Collection possess the finest known example for the date, a MS64.
Pleasing surfaces display considerable luster under deep steel-blue surfaces with gold tones along the peripherals. Nice! The number one set displays a MS65 example for the date.