AU-53 PCGS WD. Sharply struck devices are graced by lots of mint luster and wisps of soft iridescent toning. Better date and terrific example. One of only 7 coins for the grade at PCGS.
EF-40 NGC ND. A lovely example of this elusive issue. Well defined devices are enhanced by pearl gray overtones. Pleasing in every way.
VF-30 PCGS ND. Original and choice with soft gray toning over clean fields. Sharp motifs. Better date.
VF-35 PCGS ND. Great strike, especially for the grade. Tough New Orleans Mint issue. Totally original with rich pearl gray fields. Sure to please the fussy collector.
G-6 PCGS Small Date. Incredibly clean fields--free of defects. Toned in rose, gold, ice blue and soft silver gray hues. Sharp details. A key date in the series and a perfect, for the grade example.
AU-55 PCGS Blazing brilliance. Frosty mint bloom is present over well struck design elements. A mere 11 coins for the grade at PCGS.
AU-55 NGC Wisps of ice blue toning grace highly lustrous fields. Well struck design details. Nice aesthetic appeal.
MS-62 PCGS A&R. Pretty iridescent pastel toning accents satiny fields and keenly struck motifs. A pretty example of this one-year-only type coin.
EF-40 PCGS A&R. An underrated date in the series. This example is totally original with pearl gray toning over clean fields and needle sharp motifs. Choice in every way.
VF-30 PCGS A&R. Sharp strike. Richly toned.
EF-40 PCGS Arrows. Surprisingly scarce in and tough to find when you want one. Lustrous pearl gray fields surround bold motifs and are toned in pale orange and gold highlights. Nice.
AU-53 NGC Tough date in all grades EF or finer. Well struck motifs are surrounded by original, lustrous fields. Richly toned in pastel hues over pearl gray surfaces. Choice.
AU-53 PCGS A mere 9 pieces for the grade at PCGS. This coin is a lovely, blazing white, frosty and highly lustrous example of an elusive New Orleans Mint issue. Sharply struck.
EF-40   Deep, steel gray toning over keenly struck motifs.
VF-20 PCGS One of only 5 pieces for the grade at PCGS. Nicely struck. Even, steel gray overtones. Tough San Francisco Mint issue.
AU-50 NGC Pop 1 at NGC for the grade, with just 2 pieces at PCGS! Incredibly tough Civil War and Philadelphia Mint issue. Well struck motifs are surrounded by highly lustrous fields toned in pretty rainbow hues. Lovely!
PR-64 PCGS Gorgeous, vibrant rainbow halo toning over highly mirrored fields. Razor sharp motif are accented by mint frost. Outstanding in every way.
F-12 PCGS Looks nicer than the assigned grade. Bold motifs are surrounded by soft golden toned fields. Pleasing in every way. Pop of a mere 4 coins for the grade at PCGS.
PR-66-CAM PCGS CAMEO. Heavily frosted, razor sharp motifs are surrounded by deeply reflective fields that are immaculate. Blazing brilliance. Wow, what a beauty! Pop of just 7 for the grade at PCGS.
MS-64 NGC Arrows. Satiny mint bloom and luster grace clean fields and needle sharp design elements. Tinges of champagne gold toning add to the eye appeal. Choice in every way.
AU-50   Tough date to find nice. This is a pretty, well struck example with lustrous fields toned in fiery orange and soft gold hues.
PR-65-CAM PCGS Cameo. Frosty, fully struck design elements contrast nicely with deeply mirrored surfaces. Wisps of gold and fiery orange toning add to the overall eye appeal. Choice in every regard.