VF-20 PCGS O-101. Incredibly nice. The perfect example of this elusive date and a high-end piece for the grade. Lovely blushes of rose and soft gray toning highlight clean fields and sharply struck motifs. A prized piece for the quality conscious collector. From the Guilford Collection.
F-12 PCGS O-107 R-4. Pleasing and problem-free. Nice detail remains. Toned in soft gold and silver gray hues over clean fields. Better date and variety.
F-12 PCGS O-112. Choice in every way. Soft silver gray fields are remarkably free of defects. Sharp and well centered design elements. Pleasing in every regard. From the Guilford Collection.
VG-10 PCGS Pt 6 Stem O-115a. Sharp devices for the grade. Clean, pearl gray fields. A small rim bruise is noted above the Y on the obverse. From the Guilford Collection.
EF-40 PCGS O-102. It is this cataloguers experience that this date does not come along very frequently with gorgeous original surfaces, frosty luster and a good strike. If you feel likewise, you will be pleased with this beauty! It has it all along with lovely, soft gray overtones. A prize for the picky collector.
VF-30 NGC O-110a. Assorted contact marks are what keep this coin from a higher grade. You need a loop to see them. Soft pearl gray toning is even throughout. Well struck devices. From the Guilford Collection.