AU-53 PCGS One of just 13 coins for the grade at PCGS and this coin is a terrific, well struck, lustrous example. Toned in a halo of steel gray with gold accents.
VF-25 NGC Sharp motifs. Soft gray fields.
EF-40-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Could a coin be any more perfect for the grade? I think not. Well struck, lustrous, original and evenly toned in pearl gray hues. So tough to find nice. Just 3 pieces have received the CAC designation for the grade! The Nutmeg Collection
F-12 ANACS Looks far nicer than the assigned grade. Toned in pearl gray hues over clean fields and very well defined motifs.
VF-20 PCGS Even steel gray toning over sharp devices. Better date.
F-15-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Sharp motifs. Rich pearl gray toning over clean fields. Tough date.
F-15-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Strong legend on the banner and sharp hair and LIBERTY. Totally original, pearl gray fields surround sharp motifs. Perfect for the grade.
EF-40 PCGS Pretty pastel and soft pearl gray toning accent lustrous fields and keenly struck motifs. A key date in the series and hard to find with nice detail. This coin is pleasing in every regard. The Nutmeg Collection.
F-12 ANACS Gunmetal blue and pearl gray toning accent sharp motifs. Better date and a pleasing example.
F-12 ANACS Was in a PCGS F-15 holder at one time. Sharp details. Soft silver gray fields.
AU-55 NGC An underrated date in the series. This coin is flashy, highly lustrous, well struck and attractively toned in pale orange and gold accents over steel gray fields.
F-15 PCGS Strong LIBERTY on the headband as well as overall design details. Richly toned. Better date.
AU-55 PCGS Full mint bloom and frost over satiny fields. Great strike. White.
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!
VF-30 PCGS Close to EF. Frosty, lustrous and well struck. Wisps of light toning lend to the originality of the coin.
F-12 ANACS Very clean and choice. Bold devices. Light steel gray toning.
VF-30 PCGS Sharp strike. Rich, steel gray toning. Elusive issue in the series.
EF-40 PCGS Richly toned over well defined motifs. Pleasing.
EF-45 PCGS Highly lustrous over satiny fields. Bold strike. Lightly toned. Choice.
F-15 ANACS Richly toned. Sharply struck.
EF-40 PCGS A better date and a fresh and original. Steel gray toning graces frosty luster. Boldly defined motifs. Nice. From the Nutmeg Collection.
EF-45 PCGS Outstanding strike and design element details. Frosty luster. Wisps of pearl gray toning add to the originality.
EF-40 PCGS Wisps of pastel iridescence grace steel gray fields. Lustrous. Well struck motifs.
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.
AU-53 PCGS A series key and a highly sought after date in grades VF-30 or finer. This piece is highly lustrous, well struck and lightly toned. Looks nicer than the assigned grade.
F-15 PCGS A perfect, problem-free, original example of this popular San Francisco Mint issue. Toned in soft silver gray hues over clean fields. Sharp details.
VF-30 PCGS Sharp and original. Toned in soft gray hues.
VF-30 PCGS Fiery orange and gold toning grace frosty fields. Bold motifs. Better date.
VF-25 NGC Frosty fields are toned in pearl gray hues. Nice detail. Scarce.
VF-25-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Steel gray fields are a nice accent to keenly struck design elements. Scarce. Choice in every way.
VF-20 PCGS Nice detail. Steel gray overtones.
EF-45-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. One of just 3 for the grade at PCGS and NGC combined. Wow, what a great example of this desirable and underrated issue. Original, soft steel gray surfaces are devoid of digs or scratches and accent nicely struck motifs. Lovely. The Nutmeg Collection
F-12 ANACS Better date. Soft silver gray toning. Nice detail.
EF-40 PCGS Bold strike. Frosty fields are graced by golden overtones. Nice aesthetic appeal and quality. From the Nutmeg Collection.
VF-20 PCGS An underrated Philadelphia Mint in the series. This coin has clean surfaces, a bold strike and wisps of light halo toning. Great eye appeal.
VF-30 PCGS Great strike. An underrated date and a choice, frosty, original example with soft steel gray overtones. Sure to please.
AU-58-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Flashy cartwheel luster graces keenly struck motifs. Great eye appeal and quality. White.
EF-45 PCGS Small rim tick noted at 9:30 on the obverse for accuracy. Well struck and lightly toned. Lustrous. From the Nutmeg Collection
VF-20 ANACS Original, pearl gray fields accent bold motifs.
EF-40 PCGS Champagne gold toning accents well struck motifs and lustrous fields. Nice. From the Nutmeg Collection
MS-64 PCGS Ice blue and pale orange toning are pretty accents to frosty mint bloom and well defined motifs. The perfect addition to high grade type set.
AU-55 NGC Dusty rose and gold toning grace lustrous fields. Well struck motifs.
VF-25 PCGS Frosty fields are pearl gray in color. Sharp motifs.
VF-20 ANACS Strong LIBERTY and design details. Soft silver gray fields.
VF-30 PCGS Frosty luster is lightly toned in a halo effect. Sharp devices.
EF-45 PCGS Extremely well struck with claims to AU condition based on detail, but there are a couple of contact marks on Liberty's jaw and on the front of the neck that are noted for accuracy. Toned in steel gray hues. A tough date in this nice state of preservation. The Nutmeg Collection
VF-25 PCGS Sharp strike. Richly toned in somewhat mottled hues. Frosty surfaces. Nice for the grade. Tough issue.
VF-25 PCGS Better date. Sleeper in the series. Even pearl gray toning graces bold motifs.
F-15 ANACS Great strike. Toned in steel gray hues.
EF-40 PCGS Clean fields and sharp motifs. Light silver gray toning throughout. From the Nutmeg Collection.