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1892
AU-58-+ PCGS + CAC stickered. Can a coin get any nice than this? Wow, what a dazzling beauty. Frosty mint bloom and luster accent needle sharp devices. Blast white. One of just 6 coins at PCGS with the plus designation and the only CAC at either service. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$1875
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1892
EF-45 PCGS Gunmetal blue and gray toning grace satiny fields. Well struck motifs. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$249
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1892-O
AU-50-DET PCGS Micro O. The key date to the series and one of an estimated 100 known to exist! This coin has been housed in a PCGS genuine holder alteration of the surface and faint scratches. Extremely well struck with great definition in Liberty's hair and full legend on the reverse banner. Toned mostly in steel gray with light gold and gunmetal blue accents. A prized addition to any Barber half dollar collection. Hurry on this classic rarity. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$13795
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1892-O
MS-62 PCGS Well struck New Orleans mint. Frosty white luster with silver highlights.
$1395
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1892-S
AU-55-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. A fresh, original piece with rich steel gray and sky blue overtones. Frosty mint bloom throughout. Scarce.
$1349
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1893
AU-58 PCGS Frosty mint bloom and brilliance grace satiny smooth fields. Well struck. Blast white. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$599
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1893-O
EF-45 PCGS Lovely soft gray toning with rose accents graces lustrous fields and sharply struck motifs. Scattered marks are noted on the obverse. Tough date. From the Nutmeg Collection Part II
$439
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1893-S
EF-45 PCGS One of just 9 coins for the grade and this example has to be the best struck specimen of the group. Razor sharp design details are surrounded by satinlike fields toned in lovely pearl gray hues. Delightful! From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$1595
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1894
AU-50 PCGS Frosty luster graces well struck motifs. Nice eye appeal. From the Nutmeg Collection Part II.
$375
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1894
MS-63-CAC NGC CAC stickered. A halo of vibrant rainbow toning graces satinlike fields. Keenly struck devices.
$1149
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1894-O
AU-55 PCGS What a beauty! Frosty mint bloom and dazzling cartwheel luster grace satiny smooth surfaces and needle sharp motifs. Wisps of champagne gold toning add to the aesthetic appeal of the coin. Choice in every way. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$695
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1894-S
EF-45 PCGS Exceptional strike, eye appeal and originality. Evenly toned in pearl gray hues. Wow, what a nice coin for the grade. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$295
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1895
EF-40 PCGS Looks nicer than the assigned grade. Needle sharp device are accented by soft silver gray fields which are free of problems. Nice. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$275
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1895
EF-45 PCGS A choice, original, soft steel gray example with bold motifs and nice eye appeal. From the Nutmeg Collection Part II.
$295
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1895-O
EF-45 PCGS Superb strike. Original, steel gray fields are accented by rich pale orange toning. Really pretty. A small mark is noted near Liberty's ear for accuracy. Scarce. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$479
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1895-O
EF-45 PCGS What a great piece! Highly lustrous and attractively toned in medium gray hues. Terrific strike. From the Nutmeg Collection Part II.
$479
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1895-S
EF-40 PCGS An attractive and original piece with soft pearl gray toning. Sharply struck. Better date. From the Nutmeg Collection Part II.
$495
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1896
AU-55-DET PCGS Housed in a PCGS genuine holder due to a light cleaning at one time. Outstanding strike and still a ton of luster remains in spite of the light cleaning. Pretty halo toning in vibrant rainbow hues adds to the eye appeal. Must be seen to be appreciated. Better date. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$650
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1896
EF-40 PCGS Tough and underrated issue in the series. Mottled steely gray, fiery orange and gunmetal blue toning is present over lustrous fields. Sharp devices. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$369
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1896-O
AU-53 PCGS PQ. Pop of just 7 for the grade. A fresh, original, lightly toned example of this difficult issue. Nicely struck. Really nice for the grade. Pretty pastel highlights. Sure to please. From the Colleyville Collection.
$3895
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1896-O
EF-40 PCGS What a great coin for the grade--it looks at least EF-45. The strike is superb. Light to medium gray toning accents lustrous fields. Tough to find this nice.
$1995
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1896-O
EF-40-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Coins don't get any nicer than this for eye appeal, strike and luster for the assigned grade. Perfection and a rare date to boot! Toned in soft pearl gray hues. Lustrous fields surround keenly struck motifs. Wow! From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$2275
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1896-O
F-15 ICG Lightly toned over mostly white fields. Lightly cleaned at one, in our opinion. Tough date.
$275
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1896-O
VF-30 PCGS Sharp design details, especially for a New Orleans Mint issue. Soft silver gray and gold toning is present over what looks to be once cleaned fields. Still faces up well, however. Tough.
$629
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1897
AU-55 PCGS Pretty pale golden orange toning accents flashy cartwheel luster. Well struck devices. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$495
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1897
F-15 PCGS Sharp details. Pearl gray fields.
$85
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1897
MS-63 PCGS Exceptional strike. Full mint bloom and frost grace satiny fields. White. Great type set addition.
$895
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1897-O
VF-35-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. A highly prized issue from the New Orleans Mint, this piece is a fantastic, evenly worn, sharp example with lovely pearl gray surfaces. Great strike with full LIBERTY and headband as well as the legend on the banner. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$1325
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1897-S
AU-58 PCGS Heavy mint bloom and frost are choice accents to fully struck design details. Toned in soft silver gray, gold and rose hues. A tough issue in the series. This is a nice, original example.
$5675
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1897-S
AU-58 ANACS A highly sought after date in the series and this one is a lovely example with just a hint of rub on the high points. Blazing brilliance and luster throughout. White. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$3500
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1897-S
EF-40 PCGS Outstanding design element detail. Lovely, even, soft silver gray toning over clean fields. A tough date in the series and a gorgeous example. Why this coin did not CAC is a mystery. Really choice. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$1395
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1898
AU-53 PCGS Wisps of ice blue and pearl gray toning accent lustrous fields and needle sharp design details. Looks better than the assigned grade. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$419
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1898
AU-58 PCGS Razor sharp motifs are graced by mint frost and are surrounded by somewhat reflective and highly lustrous fields toned in a faint halo of pale gold. Nice eye appeal and quality. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$669
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1898
EF-45 PCGS Well struck. Frosty mint bloom and luster throughout. Softly toned in golden hues around the border. Choice and nice. From the Nutmeg Collection Part II.
$279
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1898
F-15 PCGS Sharp details. Steel gray toning.
$79
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1898-S
EF-40 PCGS Fully struck and highly lustrous. Toned in light to medium gray hues. Scarce. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$389
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1898-S
EF-45 PCGS A perfect piece with superb eye appeal. Original, soft silver gray fields surround keenly struck devices. Problem-free and sure to delight the new owner. From the Nutmeg Collection Part II.
$495
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1898-S
EF-45 PCGS Fully struck motifs are surrounded by satiny fields. Toned in soft golden and ice blue hues. Pleasing.
$419
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1899
AU-58 PCGS Frosty mint bloom and blast white luster grace satiny smooth fields. Keenly struck design elements. Nice type set addition. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$695
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1899
AU-58 NGC Satiny luster is toned in rich gray and blue hues. Sharp devices. From the Colleyville Collection.
$589
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1899
AU-58-CAC NGC CAC stickered. Original and fresh. Frosty luster is toned in soft steel gray hues. Bold strike. Only 6 coins have received the CAC designation out of 120 coins graded at NGC and PCGS combined!
$669
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1899-O
AU-58 PCGS Scarce in this lofty state of preservation and attractive with deep, booming mint bloom over clean fields. Well struck and graced by wisps of soft toning. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$2495
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1900
MS-62 PCGS Pretty wisps of rainbow halo toning grace satinlike fields which are highly lustrous. Well struck.
$749
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1900-O
AU-55 NGC Well struck devices. Toned in rich pearl gray and gold hues over frosty fields. Better date. From the Colleyville Collection.
$749
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1900-O
AU-58 PCGS Exceptionally well struck for a New Orleans Mint issue and dazzling in its brilliance, luster and eye appeal. Blast white surfaces are enhanced by tons of frost and luster. WOW! Pop of just 9 for the grade at PCGS. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$2995
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1900-S
AU-58 PCGS There is a ton of luster on this piece but it is a little subdued, due to the soft golden and rose overtones. Sharp strike. From the Cornhusker Collection.
$550
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1901
AU-58 PCGS PQ. Cartwheel luster and mint bloom are highlighted by beautiful fiery orange toning around the border. Great strike. From the Colleyville Collection.
$495
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1901
EF-40 PCGS Sharp strike. Pleasing and well preserved steel gray fields. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$189
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1901-O
MS-62 PCGS One of a mere 9 coins for the grade and this piece is a satiny, highly lustrous beauty with very clean fields and tons of mint bloom. Blazing brilliance. Lovely. Well struck for a New Orleans Mint issue. From the Colleyville Collection.
$3275
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1901-O
VF-25 PCGS A tough date to find in VF or finer grades. This example has a nice strike for the issue and grade. Lightly toned in fiery orange and gold hues over steel gray fields.
$399
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