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1836
VG-8-CAC PCGS Gobrecht Original. CAC stickered. What a great example of this classic issue in an affordable grade. Pleasing, soft silver gray fields surround well preserved design elements. Honest wear throughout, but miraculously free of defects, scratches or problems. An opportunity to add this important issue to your collection at a reasonable price! Hurry, she won’t last!
$7295
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1840
AU-53 NGC Extremely well struck. Richly toned in steel gray hues with hints of golden iridescence. A popular and highly desired first year issue in the series.
$1175
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1844
AU-55 PCGS Flashy brilliance. Blast white luster over reflective fields. The device are very sharp and are enhanced by frost. Pleasing. From the Stanford Collection
$2495
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1845
AU-55 PCGS A better date in a nice condition. Highly lustrous and frosty fields are toned in vibrant fiery orange and gold hues with wisps of electric blue. Great strike. From the Stanford Collection
$2495
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1846
AU-58 NGC An outstanding example of the date and grade that would be a fabulous addition to a high grade type set. This coin has it all--eye appeal from vibrant iridescent toning, a sharp strike and dazzling luster. Sure to please. From the Stanford Collection
$1895
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1846
EF-45 PCGS A nice type set addition. This example has a great strike and lustrous fields toned in light to medium gray hues. From the Stanford Collection
$699
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1846-O
AU-58 NGC The first example of this date I have wanted to purchase for inventory in a very long time. Most are cleaned, over graded or ugly. Happily, this coin is a great exception with a very crisp, bold strike, frosty accents on the motifs and satinlike, lustrous, blast white fields. Very pretty.
$3895
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1847
AU-55 PCGS Strong design details are surrounded by mostly white surfaces. From the Stanford Collection.
$995
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1847
AU-58 PCGS Frosty mint bloom and luster is a lovely accent to needle sharp motifs. Blast white with a whisper of champagne gold toning. Really choice and eye appealing. From the Stanford Collection.
$1895
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1847
AU-58 PCGS A twin to the 1841 and from the same deal. This coin is lustrous, frosty and eye appealing. Toned in even, soft gray hues with gold accents. Well struck. Delightful and sure to please.
$2095
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1847
AU-58 NGC A pretty example of the issue with somewhat reflective, lustrous fields surrounding keenly struck, frosty motifs. Wisps of light silver gray and gold toning add to the originality.
$1595
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1850
AU-55 PCGS A highly prized and underrated date in the series. This piece has very well defined design details. The surfaces are mirrored and highly lustrous. From the Stanford Collection.
$4095
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1855
AU-55 PCGS A very tough, low mintage, highly sought-after date in the series. The devices are razor sharp and accented by frost. The fields are somewhat reflective and toned in splashes of gold and pale orange hues with tinges of steel gray throughout. Pop of a mere 16 coins for the grade at PCGS.
$6550
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1859-O
AU-55-DET NGC Housed in a Genuine NGC holder due to cleaning. Well struck. Toned in medium gray hues over flashy fields. From the Stanford Collection.
$550
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1860-O
AU-55 PCGS PQ. Frosty cartwheel luster and mint bloom are enhanced by wisps of champagne gold toning. Keenly struck devices. Nice type set addition. From the Stanford Collection.
$1195
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1860-O
AU-55-DET PCGS Housed in a PCGS Genuine holder due to cleaning. Great strike. Brilliant. Hairlines are noted in the fields from the cleaning. From the Stanford Collection.
$625
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1860-O
VF-30   Sharp devices are complemented by well preserved fields toned in even steel gray hues.
$495
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1861
AU-55-DET PCGS Housed in a PCGS Genuine holder due to the surfaces being smoothed. Light lilac and gold toning graces reflective surfaces. Very well struck. Very tough to find Civil War date at a fraction of the price of a straight grade example. From the Stanford Collection.
$2600
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1863
VF-35 PCGS A rare and highly prized Civil War date with a low mintage and even scarcer survivorship of pieces that are not cleaned or otherwise impaired. Terrific, bold motifs are surrounded by steel gray fields. Honest wear but no unsightly marks. Pop of just 13 for the grade at PCGS.
$3195
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1866
MS-61 NGC WM. A popular transitional year where the motto "In God We Trust" was added to the reverse. Blazing white and highly mirrored with flashy luster and bloom. Sharp strike. Nice type set addition. From the Stanford Collection.
$2695
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1868
AU-55-DET PCGS Housed in a PCGS Genuine holder due to tooling. Pretty lilac toning highlights reflective fields. Exceptional strike. From the Stanford Collection.
$975
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1869
AU-55 PCGS Frosty, white and eye appealing. Exceptionally well struck motifs are surrounded by blazing white fields. Pretty. From the Stanford Collection.
$1795
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1871
AU-55 PCGS Blazing white and flashy. Well struck. Frosty accents on the devices. From the Stanford Collection.
$979
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1872
AU-55-DET PCGS Housed in a PCGS Genuine holder due to cleaning. Well struck, frosty and lustrous. Light hairlines are noted in the fields. From the Stanford Collection.
$525
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1872-S
AU-55-DET PCGS Housed in an NGC Genuine holder due to being improperly cleaned. Such a tough date in all grades. This low mintage issue has a fabulous strike and highly reflective, blazing white surfaces. From the Stanford Collection.
$2050