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1832 Half Dime PCGS MS64 I love this type and look at every available coin at every show, buying maybe 2 or three a year. As usual, I reject the great majority, but this one was a winner. Very sharply struck on both sides, a trait that separates it from most. Basically free of marks and mostly brilliant with light silvery patina overall with some deep blue peripheral toning front and back. Finished with full, original mint luster. $1,350.00
1837 Half Dime NGC MS66 *ON HOLD*A lovely original GEM, show a full sharp strike with silvery blue toning and light rose highlights. Fully lustrous and a scarce ONE-YEAR type. $4,250.00
1840 Half Dime PCGS/CAC PR65 *ON HOLD*NEW* No Drapery Cert. No. 25283824 PCGS Price Guide: $100,000. Pop: 1, none higher, with only one other graded (PR64) 5 Known Exceeding rare No Drapery Half Dime in Proof, the finest of only two graded. Absolute needle sharp strike with every detail at pinpoint. Deep silvery blue with bright blue and rose highlights. CAC approved. $95,000.00
1856 Half Dime NGC PF66+ *NEW* (J. W. Garrett Pedigree) Cert. 3814549-006 Pop: 1, none finer at NGC, with one grading event at PR66 at PCGS. With only 40-50 known, this coin is apparently the finest of this scarce date. Coin Universe Price Guide is $12,500 with no pricing available for the plus grade. $15,500.00
1857 Half Dime PCGS MS67 *ON HOLD*NEW* Cert. 81626208 Pop: 12, 1 higher. Very light silvery blue patina, mosting at the peripheries of this little GEM. Fully struck and fully lustrous. $3,250.00
1861 Half Dime NGC MS65 A little Gem showing a needle sharp strike front and back and finished with beautiful aqua-blue and rose toning on both sides. Fully lustrous with superb Eye-appeal. Great type coin for the toning enthusiast $850.00
1805 Dime PCGS VG08 A wonderful original showing nice even wear and light to medium antique gray patina. Finding a well struck example of this type in any grade is tough. In this grade, the present piece is truly scarce with complete stars, lettering, date and eagle designs intact. Distraction free surfaces finish this little jewel. $1,100.00
1859 Dime PCGS PR66 CAMEO *NEW* Cert. 81196816 Pop: 5, with 5 higher. An original GEM with splashes of blue and rose on deep, deep mirrors, making it appear very dark, but in reality it is just extremely reflective, hence the phrase “black and white” when describing a deeply mirrored CAMEO proof. CU price guide is $7500, but most recent auction prices are $7600-$9200. $8,250.00
1870-S Dime PCGS/CAC MS66 *ON HOLD*NEW* Cert. No. 02093929 Pop: 5, none higher. Very rare date with only 21 grading events in mint state and probably half of those are resubs. Well struck with glowing problem free surfaces layered with just a light touch of golden patina. CAC approved. $22,800.00
1890 Dime NGC MS66 *NEW* Cert. 3316910-001 Brilliant white, fully struck and lustrous. Pretty much as made. $1,175.00
1892 Dime PCGS/CAC MS67+ *ON HOLD*NEW* Cert. No. 83575622 Pop: 2, none higher One of the most beautifully toned Barber Dimes I have viewed. Add first year of issue and among the finest graded and you have a centerpiece to any Barber Dime collection. Fully struck with stunning golden rose centers going to bright blue at the peripheries. Reverse is mind boggling in irridescent blue and rose. Blazing luster finishes this masterpiece. Mint State Barber coinage is flat out scarce with great toning. CAC approved. $7,250.00
1894 Dime PCGS PR66 *NEW* Flashy brilliant CAMEO on bright, fully reflective fields. Light golden toing at the obverse and reverse periphery add to the great eye-appeal. $2,350.00
1909 Dime NGC PF66 *Henry Hamilton Collection* A light cameo with medium to deep rose and blue patina on bright, reflective surfaces. $1,650.00
1909 Dime PCGS PF66 A beautifully toned GEM specimen that starts with a full, sharp strike and shows rose on Liberty cheek, going out to bright blue. Reverse is light blue and rose in the center and deeper bright blue at the peripheries. Gorgeous type coin. $2,600.00
1938 Dime PCGS PR68 *ON HOLD*NEW* Cert. No. 33695246 Pop: 16, 1 higher. Light silvery patina going to golden rose at the peripheries on both sides of this basically perfect Proof. $5,000.00

 



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