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1838
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.
$469
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1838
EF-45 PCGS F-110a ND LS. Frosty luster is toned in wisps of gold and pearl gray. Bold strike. Pleasing.
$359
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1838
VF-35 PCGS Partial Drapery. F-109 R-5. Totally original and choice. Rich pearl gray and gold toning graces well struck design elements. Really nice for the assigned grade.
$389
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1840-O
VF-35   F-101a. R-4. Better date. Sharp motifs. Tinges of soft steel gray toning
$259
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1841-O
AU-53 PCGS Frosty cartwheel luster and mint bloom grace fully struck design details. Lightly toned. Tough issue to find nice.
$449
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1841-O
EF-45 ANACS A perfect, problem-free, original example of the issue with boldly struck motifs, frosty luster and pretty gunmetal blue and gold overtones.
$199
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1841-O
VF-20 PCGS F-104a R-5. Tough variety. Sharp design elements are surrounded by soft silver gray fields.
$249
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1841-O
VF-30 PCGS The present cataloguer could not determine the reverse die of this piece. There is a diecrack from the rim between the AT of STATES that is not listed in the reference work. The coin is lightly toned over clean fields and has a great strike.
$295
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1842-O
EF-40 PCGS Pop of just 15 coins for the grade. Underrated date. Original and choice with gold and ice blue hues over pearl gray fields. Sharp motifs
$569
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1843-O
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.
$695
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1844
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.
$589
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1845
EF-40 PCGS F-105a R-4. Satiny luster is present over well defined devices. Toned in ice blue and gold accents over pearl gray surfaces.
$139
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1846
F-15-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Could you find a more perfect example for the grade? I think not! Well struck, with soft steel gray fields which are problem-free. Choice in every way. Low mintage issue.
$1049
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1849-O
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.
$239
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1858
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.
$1250
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1858-S
VF-30 PCGS Boldly struck design details are graced by lustrous fields toned in gunmetal blue hues. A tough, low mintage, San Francisco Mint issue.
$929
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1865-S
VF-20 PCGS Clean fields and pleasing, light toning. Sharp motifs. Tough date to find nice.
$575
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1865-S
VF-35 PCGS Looks EF. Very well struck and satinlike with a lot of mint bloom and luster present beneath rich, pearl gray toning. Choice and problem-free.
$749
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1866
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.
$1695
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1867-S
AU-55 PCGS Blazing brilliance and luster. Blast white and pretty with frosty accents on the devices. Well struck. One of just 4 coins for the grade at PCGS and a real beauty!
$1595
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1867-S
EF-45 PCGS One of a mere 5 coins for the grade at PCGS. These San Francisco Mint dates from the 1860s are really tough to come by with problem-free surfaces and nice eye appeal. This little beauty is sure to please. It sports, frosty, full mint bloom over satinlike fields and razor sharp motifs. Ever so softly toned. Lovely.
$999
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1868-S
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.
$1499
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1868-S
VF-35 PCGS Well struck. Toned in soft silver gray hues. Lustrous and eye appealing. One of just 3 coins for the grade at PCGS. Underrated.
$469
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1873
MS-62 PCGS Arrows. Blazing white, frosty luster graces well struck motifs. Lovely type set addition.
$599
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1876
MS-64 NGC Pretty rainbow toning graces satiny fields and keenly struck devices. Gorgeous eye appeal and color.
$389
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1877-CC
AU-53 PCGS Frosty and lustrous with golden and pearl gray toning throughout. Great strike. This variety has die rust on Liberty's leg AND die scratches in the lower shield.
$349
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1877-CC
EF-45 PCGS F-101 Pretty halo toning in soft pale orange hues accents frosty, lustrous fields. Well defined motifs. Die cud at UN. Obverse is a late die state of the variety.
$189
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1878-CC
MS-63 PCGS F-102 R-5. Better variety. Full mint bloom and frost. Blast white. Mirrored fields. Keenly struck.
$2650