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1893-S
AU-53 PCGS Lovely halo rainbow toning accents flashy, cartwheel luster. Well struck. One of just 9 for the grade at PCGS. From the Stanford Collection.
$1695
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1894
EF-40 PCGS Even pearl gray toning over lustrous fields and sharp motifs. Nice. From the Stanford Collection.
$239
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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.
$625
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1894-O
VF-30 PCGS Even pearl gray toning. Sharp devices.
$239
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1895
AU-50 PCGS PQ. Gorgeous halo toning in iridescent hues accents flashy luster. Boldly struck devices. Really pretty. From the Stanford Collection.
$395
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1895
AU-58 NGC If you like original surfaces on a coin, they don't get any more choice than this piece. Well struck and very frosty with cartwheel luster toned in varying shades of gray.
$489
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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.
$399
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1895-O
VG-10-+   Close to full LIBERTY. Even pearl gray toning. Better date.
$119
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1896-O
EF-45 PCGS Very lustrous and flashy with pretty golden toning accenting the devices and fields. A tough date in any grade, but particularly scarce in EF or better grades. Bold strike.
$2150
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1896-S
AU-58 PCGS Razor sharp devices are complemented by blazing white fields exhibiting a ton of luster and frost. Scarce and choice. From the Stanford Collection.
$2995
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1896-S
VF-20 PCGS An original and choice example of this tough to find date. Well struck. Choice for the assigned grade.
$519
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1896-S
VF-30 PCGS A truly choice, original piece with sharp motifs and clean fields. Soft steel gray toning throughout. Semi-key date and a lovely example.
$695
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1897
MS-63 PCGS Exceptional strike. Full mint bloom and frost grace satiny fields. White. Great type set addition.
$825
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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.
$4395
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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.
$1275
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1898
AU-58 PCGS Dazzling brilliance, mint bloom and luster over satiny smooth fields. Blazing white. Sharp strike. From the Stanford Collection.
$550
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1898
EF-40 NGC PQ. Looks EF-45. Well struck, lustrous and attractively toned in soft pearl gray hues.
$249
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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.
$459
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1899
AU-58 NGC Satiny luster is toned in rich gray and blue hues. Sharp devices. From the Colleyville Collection.
$579
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1899
AU-58 PCGS Cartwheel luster and mint bloom. Toned in wisps of champagne gold and pale orange. Sharp strike.
$579
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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!
$610
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1899-O
AU-58 PCGS Housed in a first generation PCGS rattler holder. Rich, deep, pearl gray toning is present over needle sharp motifs. Highly lustrous. From the Stanford Collection
$1395
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1900
MS-62 PCGS Pretty wisps of rainbow halo toning grace satinlike fields which are highly lustrous. Well struck.
$719
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1900-O
VF-35 PCGS So close to EF overall. Very well struck. Toned in even pearl gray hues. Better date. From the Stanford Collection.
$295
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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 PQ. Choice for the grade. Frosty luster accents well defined motifs. Light silver gray overtones. From the Stanford Collection.
$200
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1901-O
F-12   Original surfaces. Toned in gray and gold hues. Better date.
$85
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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.
$2995
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1901-O
VF-35 PCGS Tough date in the series. This coin has a lot of luster, is nicely struck and has pretty light pastel toning highlights. From the Stanford Collection.
$489
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1901-S
AU-53 PCGS Outstanding strike. Lustrous and flashy with pretty wisps of ice blue and gold toning adding to the appeal. One of the toughest dates in the series. Pleasing in every regard.
$2095
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1901-S
EF-45 PCGS A lovely example of this highly desirable San Francisco Mint issue. Original mint frost and bloom are present over lustrous fields and keenly struck devices. Wisps of light champagne gold and pearl gray toning add to the originality and eye appeal. From the Stanford Collection.
$1449
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1902
AU-55 PCGS Highly lustrous and flashy brilliance accent keenly struck design details. Blast white. From the Stanford Collection.
$425
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1902-O
AU-53-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Why this coin didn't grade at least AU-55 is a mystery. The design elements are sharp and graced by mint frost. Blast white luster throughout. From the Stanford Collection.
$600
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1902-S
AU-53 PCGS A tough, underrated date in the series with fully struck devices and satiny fields accented by rich, pearl gray toning. From the Colleyville Collection.
$789
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1904
MS-63-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. Satiny mint bloom and luster grace very clean fields and keenly struck motifs. Lightly toned.
$889
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1905
AU-55-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. A tougher date than one would antricipate. Satiny cartwheel luster accents bold motifs. Wisps of champagne gold toning add to the aesthetic appeal. From the Stanford Collection.
$599
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1905-S
AU-55 PCGS Deep steel gray toning is present over highly lustrous fields and keenly struck motifs. From the Colleyville Collection.
$455
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1906
AU-55 PCGS Golden toning accents highly lustrous fields. Sharp strike. From the Stanford Collection.
$399
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1906
AU-58-+ PCGS + designation. Pop of just 4 with the + designation. The perfect addition to a high grade Everyman Registry collection. This coin has incredible flash and cartwheel effect. Fully struck and toned in traces of gold and pale orange. Nice eye appeal.
$1275
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1906-O
AU-55 PCGS Razor sharp motifs are graced by highly lustrous surfaces exhibiting traces of champagne gold toning. Frosty accents add to the eye appeal. From the Stanford Collection.
$575
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1907-D
EF-45 PCGS Well struck. Toned in soft gray hues over clean fields. Nice. From the Stanford Collection.
$239
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1907-O
VF-20   Sharp strike. Tinges of luster in protected areas. Lightly toned.
$119
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1908
AU-58 PCGS Wisps of golden toning accent highly lustrous fields which are satinlike and complement fully struck motifs. Great eye appeal.
$595
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1908-D
AU-53 NGC Frosty luster graces well struck motifs. Wisps of champagne gold toning add to the eye appeal.
$295
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1908-O
AU-55 PCGS A halo of golden toning accents frosty luster. Well struck motifs. From the Stanford Collection.
$395
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1908-O
F-15   Even soft gray toning. Nice quality.
$75
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1908-S
AU-50 PCGS One of just 11 coins for the grade at PCGS. A tough date that is hard to find with eye appeal. This piece has it all. Pretty, soft toning over frosty fields. Sharp design elements. From the Stanford Collection.
$629
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1909
AU-58 PCGS Highly lustrous fields are deeply toned in steel gray hues. Original and choice. From the Colleyville Collection.
$459
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1909-O
AU-58 PCGS Better hurry on this beauty! A mere 8 coins have been graded AU-58 at PCGS! This piece is a dazzling example of the date and mint with a fabulous strike for a New Orleans mint coin. Blazing white luster over satinlike fields. From the Stanford Collection.
$2079
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1909-S
AU-55 PCGS Light halo toning in steel gray hues. Flashy, cartwheel luster is a nice complement to needle sharp design elements. From the Colleyville Collection.
$585
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