AU-53 PCGS Reverse of 1839. Snowy white fields are a pretty accent to sharp motifs. Lustrous.
AU-53 NGC A crusty, original, well struck example of this elusive issue. Superb, bold strike. Rich, pearl gray overtones.
AU-58 PCGS Lg O WB-5 R-3. Razor sharp strike. Full mint bloom and frost over clean fields. Blast white. Pretty. Tough to find nice.
AU-58 PCGS Medium Date. Outstanding strike. Frosty accents over lustrous and fields and on the devices. Wisps of champagne gold toning add to the overall eye appeal.
EF-45 PCGS WB-102. Subdued frosty luster is toned in soft steel gray hues. Sharp motifs.
EF-45 PCGS Tall Date. Frosty luster is toned in even, soft gray hues. Well struck devices. Better variety.
MS-62 PCGS A&R. Sharply defined design details are enhanced by frosty luster. Toned in soft golden hues. A popular one-year-only type coin.
AU-50 NGC Frosty luster is accented by a trace of pastel toning. Sharp devices. Nice.
EF-40 PCGS WB-101. Fully struck, lustrous and toned in gunmetal blue accents over pearl gray fields.
EF-45 PCGS WB-22 R-3. Sharp devices. Lustrous fields are graced by golden overtones.
AU-50 NGC WB-9 R-3. Fully struck and eye appealing with light steel gray toning accenting lustrous fields.
MS-62 PCGS Blazing white luster graces satiny fields. Sharply struck except on the eagle's left leg and the breast area of Liberty. Great eye appeal.
EF-45 PCGS A halo of pale golden orange toning accents satiny fields. Sharply defined design elements. Choice.
VF-35 PCGS WB-103. Richly toned over satiny smooth fields. Bold strike. Original.
AU-53 PCGS Tinges of golden toning are toned over satiny smooth fields. Well defined devices. Better date. Popular San Francisco Mint issue. One of just 7 coins for the grade at PCGS.
F-15 PCGS Perfect for the grade. Keenly struck motifs are surrounded by mostly brilliant fields. Scarce and highly desirable in all grades. Low mintage issue.
F-15 NGC The perfect piece for the grade. Sharply struck devices. Very clean, soft gray fields are enhanced by dusty rose overtones. Choice in every way.
VF-25 PCGS Wow, what a great coin! Terrific strike with nice detail on the obverse shield. Lovely, soft gray fields are graced by traces of mint bloom. A tough and highly sought after Carson City Mint issue. Pop of just 6 for the grade at PCGS.
F-12 PCGS A scarce and desirable issue in the series that is well preserved. Soft gray fields surround pleasing devices. The reverse is very sharp with a full legend on the banner and bold design details on the eagle. The obvese has the typical weakness in the shield. Tough to find nice and original like this piece in any grade.
VF-30 PCGS Arrows Quadrupled Lines. Pretty rainbow halo toning. Sharp devices. Popular variety.
AU-58 NGC Outstanding strike and luster. Deep fiery orange and rose toning are a pretty accent. Well struck. Repunched S MM.
PR-66-CAM PCGS CAMEO. Wow, what a beauty! Lilac and ice blue halo toning grace deeply reflective fields which are remarkably free of defects. Heavy mint frost highlights needle sharp devices. So pretty!
MS-64 PCGS Outstanding strike and luster. Full mint bloom throughout. One of just 11,289 business strikes coined this year. Choice.