AU-55 PCGS NS LD FS-101c R-4. Bold strike. Frosty accents. Lustrous fields are toned in pretty pastel hues. Very choice. A pleasing example of this popular two-year-only type coin..
AU-55 PCGS LS SD F-104 R-3. Wisps of soft pastel toning grace lustrous, soft silver gray fields. Well struck devices. Pleasing two-year-only type coin. Sure to please.
MS-63 PCGS NS LS F-113 R-4. Frosty mint bloom accents needle sharp design details. Satiny fields. Blazing white. Lovely!
EF-40 PCGS NS F-102. A perennial favorite among collectors for many reasons. It is a scarce, New Orleans Mint issue and the only one struck without the obverse stars. Additionally, it is hard to get fully struck, which this coin is. Richly toned in pearl gray hues. Satiny luster throughout. A prize for the astute collector.
VF-35   F-101a. R-4. Better date. Sharp motifs. Tinges of soft steel gray toning
AU-53 PCGS F-108a R-4. Tough issue. Sharp motifs are surrounded by frosty fields. Lightly toned. Choice.
EF-45 PCGS F-106. Rich pearl gray toning with rose accents graces keenly struck motifs. Elusive New Orleans Mint issue.
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-64-CAC PCGS F-105a R-4. CAC stickered. Frosty luster surrounds keenly struck design elements. Toned in soft golden hues. Very choice.
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.
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.
AU-55 PCGS F-102. Toned in pearl gray and gold hues over lustrous fields. Nice detail.
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.
VF-20 PCGS Clean fields and pleasing, light toning. Sharp motifs. Tough date to find nice.
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 PCGS F-101. A very well struck example of this underrated date in the series. Soft silver gray toning is present throughout. Choice in every way.
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.
EF-40 PCGS Frosty luster accents pearl gray fields. Well struck.
MS-64-+ PCGS F-105. + CAC Stickered. Full mint bloom and frost. Blast white luster over satiny smooth. Fully struck motifs. Sure to please.
VF-30 PCGS Nice detail and mark-free surfaces. Lightly toned.
MS-63 PCGS F-102 R-5. Better variety. Full mint bloom and frost. Blast white. Mirrored fields. Keenly struck.
MS-63 NGC F-101. Toned in gorgeous rose, pale orange and ice blue hues over highly lustrous fields. Well struck with frosty accents. Nice.
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.