EF-45 NGC Lg Stars F-110a R-5. Tough variety. This coin is lustrous, well struck and beautifully toned in rainbow hues.
VF-35   F-101a. R-4. Better date. Sharp motifs. Tinges of soft steel gray toning
F-15 PCGS A very tough New Orleans Mint issue in the series. Sharp devices. Toned in pearl gray and soft rose hues. Clean fields.
F-15 PCGS The ever popular, low mintage issue in the series, this coin has great design detail and eye appeal. Toned in rich gunmetal blue hues. Scarce
G-6 PCGS One of the series keys and a choice little piece with surprisingly nice detail remaining. Clean, pearl gray fields.
VF-30 PCGS Scarce and highly sought after in all grades. This is an attractively toned, well struck and nice preserved piece, even though it is a lower grade. Pleasing.
MS-62 NGC No Arrows F-101a. Frosty mint bloom accents clean fields and needle sharp motifs. Blast white with just the faintest tinge of champagne gold halo toning.
VF-30 NGC Arrows. Great strike. Looks EF. Attractively toned. Pleasing in every grade.
AU-53 PCGS Lg Date F-101 R-3. Pop of just 3 for the grade at PCGS. Terrific bold strike. Lustrous with light halo toning.
VF-25 NGC F-108a R-4. Clean and eye appealing. Original with pearl gray overtones. Sharp motifs.
PR-63 PCGS Gorgeous iridescent toning graces deeply mirrored fields. A couple of lint marks in the right obverse field are all that keep this piece from a higher grade. Razor sharp motifs. Low mintage issue.
AU-50-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. F-101 Lg O. Original surfaces are toned in ice blue highlights over satiny luster. Sharp strike.
EF-40 PCGS One of just 3 coins for the grade at PCGS. A highly desirable New Orleans Mint issue in the series. Pretty golden toning over soft pearl gray fields. Well struck devices. Pleasing.
AU-53 NGC F-102. Pop of just 3 for the grade at PCGS and 2 at NGC. Lustrous fields are toned in wisps of pastel toning. Sharp motifs. Tough to find nice.
EF-45 NGC F-102. Frosty luster is toned in soft gray, gold and pale orange hues. Terrific strike. Scarce issue.
VF-20 PCGS Clean fields and pleasing, light toning. Sharp motifs. Tough date to find nice.
PR-64-CAM PCGS Cameo. Deeply mirrored fields are blazing white and complement fully struck, heavily frosted motifs. One of just 725 Proofs coined for the year.
MS-61 NGC One of just 3 coins for the grade at NGC and a tough coin to find nice. Pretty golden toning accents somewhat reflective, lustrous fields. Keenly struck.
EF-45-CAC PCGS F-101. Bold motifs are enhanced by lots of luster and pretty golden and soft gray toning. Scarce and desirable issue.
EF-40   Arrows. Sharp motifs. Rich, pearl gray overtones. Pleasing type set addition.
MS-61 PCGS Arrows. Great strike. Frosty mint bloom throughout. A halo of golden toning highlights highly lustrous fields. Pleasing type set addition. Really nice for the grade.
MS-65 NGC MM Above Bow. Scarce issue. Frosty luster throughout. Typical weakness in some of the border details. Choice. White.
MS-64 PCGS F-109 R-3. Dazzling mint bloom and frost. Blast white. Sharp strike.
MS-64 NGC Pretty rainbow toning graces satiny fields and keenly struck devices. Gorgeous eye appeal and color.
AU-50 NGC Totally original and choice. Well struck devices are surrounded by pearl gray fields. Choice.
EF-40 PCGS Wisps of pastel toning grace frosty fields. Bold strike.
MS-66 PCGS F-103 R-4. Dazzling mint bloom. Gorgeous ice blue toning throughout. Sharp strike. Really aesthetically appealing.
VF-30 PCGS Looks EF. Well struck. Rich pearl gray toning.
MS-63 PCGS F-102 R-5. Better variety. Full mint bloom and frost. Blast white. Mirrored fields. Keenly struck.
MS-63 NGC Frosty, full struck design elements are surrounded by blazing white fields. Nice contrast. A low mintage issue and a real beauty!
MS-64 PCGS Dazzling cartwheel luster accents keenly struck design elements. Toned in wisps of gold.
EF-45   Pretty pastel toning. Sharp motifs.