AU-55 NGC F-101a Sm Stars. Frosty luster is toned in steel gray hues. Well struck devices. A tough issue to find nice with the Small Stars obverse.
EF-40 PCGS F-110a Die Cud ND LS
EF-45 NGC Lg Stars F-110a R-5. Tough variety. This coin is lustrous, well struck and beautifully toned in rainbow hues.
MS-63-CAC PCGS F-107 No Drapery. CAC Stickered. Wow, what a great, original, attractively toned piece with frosty mint luster throughout. Sure to please.
VF-25 NGC F-106. Additional base of a 1 to the left of the date. Cobweb crack on the reverse. Sharp motifs. Toned in pearl gray hues.
AU-55 PCGS F-103 ND Chin Whiskers variety. Popular. Pretty pastel halo toning accents lustrous fields and sharp motifs.
VF-35   F-101a. R-4. Better date. Sharp motifs. Tinges of soft steel gray toning
VF-20 PCGS Gunmetal blue and steel gray toning surround boldly defined motifs. Choice and problem-free. Tough to find nice.
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.
AU-50 NGC F-101b. An elusive date in the series. This example has wonderful eye appeal, luster and a great strike. Light pearl gray and gold toning add to the originality of the coin.
VF-30-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Has the beginnings of the advanced die state with the break at the M of AMERICA but no other cracks. Clean, problem-free, steel gray fields accent sharp motifs. Nice.
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-35 PCGS F-102 R-5 No Arrows. Tough variety in any grade. This example is very well struck and has traces of luster in protected areas. Scarce. One of just 6 coins for the grade at PCGS.
VF-30 NGC Arrows. Great strike. Looks EF. Attractively toned. Pleasing in every grade.
AU-55 PCGS F-104 R-3. Repunched Date. Brilliant, lustrous and well struck.
VF-25 NGC F-108a R-4. Clean and eye appealing. Original with pearl gray overtones. Sharp motifs.
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.
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.
PR-65-CAM PCGS CAMEO. CAC stickered. What a pretty coin. Gorgeous ice blue and violet halo toning accent deeply mirrored fields and heavily frosted, well struck motifs. Superb in every regard.
MS-63 PCGS Frosty brilliance over keenly struck motifs. Flashy and eye appealing. Scarce with just 8 coins graded MS-63 at PCGS.
EF-45 PCGS F-101a R-6. A rare variety with clear and pronounced doubling on the ribbon ends. One of only 11 coins for the grade at PCGS. The fields are lustrous and attractively toned in steel gray and gold hues. Original and choice. Well struck. Scarce in all grades.
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-62 PCGS Arrows. Blazing white, frosty luster graces well struck motifs. Lovely type set addition.
PR-64-CAM PCGS No Arrows Closed 3. CAMEO. CAC stickered. Fiery orange and gold toning make a lovely accent to deeply reflective surfaces and richly frosted devices. Bold strike. Terrific eye appeal.
MS-64 NGC Pretty rainbow toning graces satiny fields and keenly struck devices. Gorgeous eye appeal and color.
MS-64 PCGS F-109 R-3. Dazzling mint bloom and frost. Blast white. Sharp strike.
MS-66 PCGS F-103 R-4. Dazzling mint bloom. Gorgeous ice blue toning throughout. Sharp strike. Really aesthetically appealing.
MS-65-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Blast white, frosty mint bloom and luster grace satiny fields and keenly struck devices. Wow, what a lovely example of this popular Carson City Mint issue.
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!
PR-64-CAM PCGS CAMEO. CAC stickered. Razor sharp, heavily frosted devices are surrounded by attractively toned fields that are highly reflective. Really pretty and choice.
EF-45   Pretty pastel toning. Sharp motifs.