*NEW* A stone virgin original first year Half Dime showing a strong, even strike, with all lettering, date and design details bold. Very nice, distraction free surfaces and perfect even medium to deep silvery gray antique patina, just the way you want it to look. I can’t begin to tell you how scarce early half dimes are in well struck, original condition. Easily in the top 5% of the grade.
*ON HOLD - NEW* A wonderful example of the type for the price. Well struck overall with original silvery-gray patina and blue highlights in the obverse fields. Free of marks and distractions and finished with good luster.
*NEW* A beautifully toned original GEM. Complete and full strike, with every design detail bold. Beautiful original rose centers going out to a lovely bright sky blue at the peripheries on both sides and finished with full, glowing luster. GREAT type coin.
A beautifully toned Superb Gem. Needle sharp strike with light rose patina at the center going out to gorgeous intense blue at the peripheries. Reverse is mostly brilliant with light golden and blue peripheral toning. A stunning and fully lustrous MONSTER.
Needle sharp strike front and back with every detail well defined. That alone distinguishes this coin from the great majority of its type. Fully brilliant white with clean surfaces and blazing luster. Very top of the grade in every way.
*NEW* Fresh out of grading at Long Beach, this lovely Half Dime shows a strong strike, impeccable surfaces and a lovely blend of rose and sky blue patina on both sides. Finished with strong, full luster.
Gorgeous original Superb Gem. Needle sharp strike on both sides and graced with a beautiful blend of rose and blue toning going to rosy gold at the peripheries. Reverse is a lovely blend of blue and rose. Flawless surfaces and full blazing luster. Among the nicest of this type I have seen.
*NEW* A completely wholesome, well struck and problem free example of the first United States dime. All design elements are complete and fully struck. No adjustment marks. Medium to deep even silvery gray toning finish this pleasing first year type.
I love all Draped Bust coinage and view every dime of the type at every opportunity. This denomination is plagued by the same problems as all Draped Bust coinage, mostly weak and uneven strikes and often planchet irregularities. Finding a wholesome, original piece without a problem is unusual, in all grades, including higher MS specimens. This coin shows a full and even impression of the dies on both sides. Full rim, complete hair and drapery, sharp lettering and date. The reverse is equally well struck with complete lettering, eagle feathers and shield details. Complete “E Pluribus Unum”. Additionally, this piece is completely original with lovely light to medium even silvery gray antique patina with decent underlying luster. No adjustment marks, abrasions, contact marks or other distractions. Recently graded and housed in a fresh “Edgeview” holder.
Just as nice as this scarce type coin can be for the grade and super appealing in every way. First, this piece exhibits a very strong strike with complete head detailing along with needle sharp detail in very aspect of the design, front and back. Surfaces are fresh and mark free and the color is light golden overall with pretty rose and blue along parts of the periphery. Strong, glowing luster finishes this GREAT coin. Easily in the top 5% of the grade and fully deserving of a "plus" designation IMO.
*NEW* A beautiful type coin showing a complete and solid strike on both sides. Semi prooflike obverse fields are further enhanced by bright blue peripheral toning from about 7 o’clock, up and around the top and back down to 5 o’clock in a perfectly symmetric pattern. Tons of eye-appeal.
Brilliant to light rose centers going out in a bullseye pattern to rose, violet and blue at the peripheries on both sides. Fully struck with glowing luster. Star designated by NGC for superior Eye-Appeal