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-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.
VG-10 PCGS ND. Looks Fine grade. Sharp motifs. Soft steel gray fields. Pleasing.
G-4 NGC Pretty rainbow toning. Better date.
G-6 PCGS LD. Even pearl gray toning is present over clean fields. Sharp date.
MS-62 PCGS Tough to find nice. Heavy mint frost is graced by pale golden orange and steel gray overtones. Terrific strike.
AU-55 NGC Razor sharp design details. Lustrous fields are toned in soft iridescent hues. Nice quality.
AU-50 PCGS Gorgeous rainbow halo toning is present over lustrous fields. Sharp design details. Wow, what a lovely example of the issue.
G-6 PCGS Perfect and problem-free. Original, soft gray surfaces surround sharp motifs. Tough New Orleans Mint issue.
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-35 NGC A&R. Well struck. Frosty luster is richly toned in steel gray and gold hues. Popular New Orleans Mint issue with the Arrow and Rays designation.
EF-45-CAC PCGS Arrows. CAC stickered. Lustrous, well struck and lightly toned.
EF-45 PCGS Arrows. Scarce. Well struck and highly lustrous. Original, steel gray toning throughout. Choice.
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.
EF-45 PCGS PQ. Very choice for the grade and highly lustrous. Original, satiny surfaces exhibit medium gray toning. Very well struck. Tough issue.
F-15 PCGS A mere 67,000 pieces were coined this year. This piece has lovely, problem-free, soft gray fields surrounding sharp design details. Perfect! Pop of just 6 coins for the grade at PCGS.
AU-55 PCGS A date we have not handled for a very long time, especially in this choice state of preservation. A highly desirable Civil War date with a low mintage. Just 3 coins have been graded AU-55 by PCGS. This piece is very well struck, heavily frosted and toned in golden hues. Sure to please.
VF-30 PCGS A scarce and desirable Philadelphia and Civil War date. Toned in gunmetal blue and pearl gray hues over clean fields. Well struck motifs.
F-15 PCGS Arrows. Should have graded VF. Original and fresh. Well struck. Steel gray toning throughout. One of just 2 coins for the grade at PCGS.
MS-63 PCGS A popular and highly desirable Carson City Mint issue. Terrific strike. Frosty fields and devices are toned in lovely pale orange and gold over soft steel gray. Very choice.
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.
AU-53 PCGS Frosty luster accents well struck devices. Important and highly desirable Carson City Mint issue. Looks nicer than the assigned grade. White.
VF-35 PCGS So close to EF overall. Original and choice. Toned in steel gray hues over clean fields. Sharp devices. One of just 3 coins for the grade at PCGS. Sure to please.
AU-58 PCGS Brilliant, flashy and lustrous. Great strike.
MS-65 PCGS Blushes of halo toning in soft rose and gold hues accent highly lustrous and frosty fields. Sharp strike. Pleasing type set addition.