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1838
VF-35 PCGS No Drapery. Popular first year issue. Nice, bold strike. Pleasing steel gray fields are nicely preserved. Lovely type set addition.
$319
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1840-O
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.
$739
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1840-O
EF-40 NGC ND. A nice original, well struck and satiny example of this elusive issue. Toned in even pearl gray hues. Nice.
$459
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1841-O
EF-40 PCGS Bold devices are surrounded by lustrous fields which are lightly toned in soft silver gray and gold hues. Nice.
$295
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1841-O
MS-61 PCGS FS-101 Doubled Die Obverse. Fully struck motifs are enhanced by mint frost. Dazzling luster and brilliance. Tough variety. Nice. Pop 1 for the grade and variety.
$1229
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1850-O
G-6 PCGS Perfect and problem-free. Original, soft gray surfaces surround sharp motifs. Tough New Orleans Mint issue.
$135
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1851-O
FR-2 PCGS So clean and choice for the grade. Mark-free fields are toned in soft gray hues and are strictly original. A surprising amount of detail remains for the grade. Very tough date in the series and a problem-free example.
$259
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1853
VF-35 PCGS A&R. Popular type coin. Sharply struck. Rich pearl gray overtones. Clean fields.
$99
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1853/4
VF-35 PCGS A&R. Terrific strike, luster, frost and originality. Toned in even pearl gray hues with light pastel accents. Tough issue to find. Pop of just 13 for the grade at PCGS.
$499
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1853-O
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.
$399
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1855
VF-35 PCGS Arrows. For a supposed common date, we can never find this issue when we need it. Very underrated in our opinion. This coin is superb with original, pearl gray fields accenting keenly struck devices. Satiny luster throughout.
$140
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1857
MS-63 PCGS A fresh and original piece with subdued mint bloom and luster toned in rich steel gray hues. Great strike.
$695
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1857-O
EF-45 PCGS PQ. Very choice for the grade and highly lustrous. Original, satiny surfaces exhibit medium gray toning. Very well struck. Tough issue.
$495
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1857-O
VF-35 PCGS Just a whisper away from EF status. Fully struck and lustrous with light pale orange and pearl gray toning throughout.
$219
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1858
EF-45 PCGS Wisps of gunmetal blue toning accent lustrous, steel gray fields. Keenly struck motifs.
$129
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1858-O
F-12 PCGS One of just 4 coins for the grade at PCGS. Rich pearl gray toning. Pleasing.
$119
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1859
EF-45 PCGS Sharp strike. Frosty luster. Nice eye appeal.
$115
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1860-O
VF-35 PCGS Lustrous fields are softly toned and surround keenly struck design details.
$175
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1862-S
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.
$550
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1868
VF-35 PCGS One of just 28,800 business strikes coined for the issue. Toned in steel gray hues. Well struck. Nice quality for a tough issue. Just 10 for the grade at PCGS.
$699
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1872
PR-66-CAM PCGS CAMEO. Wow, what a stunningly lovely piece! Immaculate surfaces are deeply mirrored and accent fully struck motifs. Frosty accents add to the eye appeal. White. One of just 7 coins for the grade at PCGS.
$3995
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1872
VF-35 NGC One of only 5 coins for the grade at NGC. The devices are nicely struck and accented by lustrous fields toned in soft gray and pastel iridescent hues. Better date.
$329
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1874-S
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.
$99
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1876-CC
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.
$969
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1877-CC
MS-62 PCGS Boldly struck motifs are surrounded by satinlike fields. Flashy, lustrous and white. Nice.
$879
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1880
PR-65 PCGS PQ. Frosty accents and pretty electric blue, rose and gold toning grace reflective fields. Keenly struck devices. Great eye appeal.
$1895
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1882
AU-53 PCGS A low mintage date and a lovely example. A halo of fiery orange toning accents frosty fields. Sharp strike. Pop of just 3 for the grade at PCGS.
$829
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1891-O
VG-10 PCGS Underrated date and the last issue in the series. Sharp details. Clean, steel gray fields.
$699