AU-58 NGC ND. Wow, what a lovely example of this difficult to obtain, first year issue. The surfaces are highly lustrous and satinlike and are graced by a whisper of gold toning. The design elements are struck to full advantage. The nicest example of this issue we have had for quite some time.
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.
EF-40 NGC Medium Date. Well struck. Original with pleasing pearl gray color over clean fields.
MS-60 PCI Extensive reverse diecracks and cuds have formed on this neat piece. Frosty mint bloom and luster are present over satiny fields and needle sharp motifs. White and pleasing.
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-55 NGC Arrows. Really clean and choice surfaces exhibit full mint bloom and frost. Well struck devices. White. From the Guilford Collection.
VF-35 PCGS Arrows. Pearl gray fields are lustrous and surround sharp motifs.
EF-45 PCGS Rich pearl gray toning over clean fields. Sharp devices.
EF-45 PCGS WB-22 R-3. Sharp devices. Lustrous fields are graced by golden overtones.
VF-35 PCGS Original and choice. Bold motifs. Rich pearl gray and gold toning throughout.
EF-45 PCGS Original and choice with frosty mint bloom present over satiny fields. Well defined design elements. Richly toned in pearl gray and gold hues. Better date.
AU-55   Well struck and lustrous. Gorgeous rainbow iridescent toning throughout. Great eye appeal.
EF-40 PCGS Sharp, frosty and lightly toned.
EF-45 PCGS WB-7. Outstanding strike. Highly lustrous fields are toned in pearl gray hues. Great eye appeal.
PR-64 PCGS What a stunning beauty! Deeply mirrored fields are toned in dazzling fiery orange centrally with concentric rings of lilac and electric blue tone peripherally. Great strike.
AU-50 NGC WB-9 R-3. Fully struck and eye appealing with light steel gray toning accenting lustrous fields.
EF-45 PCGS CSA Obverse. The diagnostic die crack from the rim to Liberty's nose is clearly visible. This is a very well struck, frosty and lustrous piece which is mostly brilliant. Choice in every way. Cool history to this neat variety.
EF-40-CAC PCGS WB-6 R-3. CAC stickered. Soft gray and gold toning accents clean fields and sharp motifs.
EF-40 ICG Sharp motifs are surrounded by lustrous, soft gray fields. Great eye appeal.
EF-45 PCGS Great strike. Light to medium gray toning over clean fields. Tough Civil War issue. Pop of just 18 for the grade at PCGS.
EF-45 NGC WB-3. Sharp strike. Silvery gray fields with wisps of halo toning. Tough issue to find nice. Pleasing in every way.
VF-35 PCGS A richly toned example of this popular Civil War date issue. Well struck. One of just 14 coins for the grade.
MS-62 PCGS A date we rarely encounter in middle grades from AU-55 to MS-63. This coin is fantastic! Full mint bloom and frost are toned in soft golden hues. Totally original and problem-free. Sharp strike. Sure to delight the new owner. Hurry on this beauty!
EF-40 PCGS Crisp design details. Rich light to medium gray toning. Lustrous. From the Guilford Collection.
VF-35 PCGS WB-103. Richly toned over satiny smooth fields. Bold strike. Original.
AU-53 NGC Motto. FS-302 Misplaced Digit. Gorgeous satiny fields are toned in soft pearl gray and pale golden orange hues. Terrific bold strike. Great eye appeal. From the Guilford Collection.
AU-55 PCGS An underrated and popular Philadelphia Mint issue. One of just 12 coins for the grade at PCGS. Outstanding strike and design details. Satiny fields are toned in rich gold and gunmetal blue hues. Somewhat reflective surfaces.
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.
AU-58 NGC WB-6 R-3. Satiny mint bloom and cartwheel luster grace very clean fields and razor sharp motifs. Toned in gold and ice blue accents. Choice in every way and very eye appealing.
VF-25 PCGS Even, soft gray color throughout. Well defined devices.
VF-30 PCGS An original, well struck, eye appealing piece with steel gray toning over clean fields. Choice in every way.
F-12 PCGS WB-4 R-3. Errant 68 in denticles. Soft gray fields are nicely preserved and surround sharp motifs. From the Guilford Collection.
EF-40 PCGS Fully struck. Soft gray toning over clean fields. Choice. From the Guilford Collection.
VF-30 PCGS Sharp strike. Steel gray fields. Popular San Francisco Mint issue.
EF-45 PCGS WB-102 Recut 1 R-5. Frosty luster. Sharp motifs. Mostly brilliant. From the Guilford Collection.
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.
EF-40 PCGS Well struck. Toned in steel gray and golden hues.
AU-53 PCGS WB-102 R-5+. Wisps of fiery orange halo toning accent frosty fields. Keenly defined design elements. Nice eye appeal. From the Guilford Collection.
AU-53 PCGS No Arrows Closed 3. Dazzling cartwheel luster and frost over satiny smooth fields. Wisps of rose and pale orange toning add to the aesthetics of the coin. Great strike. From the Guilford Collection.
F-15 PCGS Arrows. Perfect for the assigned grade. Totally original surfaces are remarkably well preserved and are toned in rich pearl gray hues. Well struck.
AU-55 PCGS Vibrant electric blue, gold and pastel toning over highly lustrous fields on the reverse. The obverse is lustrous with a hint of blue and gold toning at the rims. Well struck.
AU-50 PCGS Outstanding strike and luster. Original surfaces are toned in steel gray hues with gold and rose accents. From the Guilford Collection.
VF-20 PCGS Nice for the grade. Gunmetal blue and pearl gray toning throughout. Sharp motifs. From the Guilford Collection.
PR-65-CAM PCGS Cameo. Radiant, deeply mirrored, dazzling white fields are well preserved and surround razor sharp, heavily frosted motifs. Lovely black and white contrast.
MS-64 PCGS Outstanding strike and luster. Full mint bloom throughout. One of just 11,289 business strikes coined this year. Choice.