*ON HOLD - NEW* (2 Leaf, B4, BB14) Incorrectly designated “3 Leaves” on the PCGS insert, this coin is, in fact a 2 Leaf specimen, the exact variety identified above (my designation) This coin is as pleasing as it could possibly be. Solid, even strike, nice even wear with virgin original surfaces toned a lovely silvery gray with golden peripheral highlights. Surfaces are free of distractions and adjustment marks and considerable luster miraculously emanates from the surfaces. A great coin for the grade.
*NEW* A truly wonderful Flowing Hair dollar. Starting with a full and complete impression from the dies, this coin shows sparkling fields overlaid with lovely silvery gray antique patina, perfectly original and superbly eye-appealing. No distractions or adjustment marks. A great example of our nation’s first dollar design.
*NEW* Well struck on both sides, with all design details crisp, including drapery folds at the bust, full “E Pluribus Unum” and complete lines in the shield. Medium silvery gray antique toning completes this pleasing early dollar.
*NEW* Among the most wholesome, original and pleasing coins you will find of the type. Well struck front and back with all design details bold and sharp. Virgin original surfaces, free of distractions and adjustment marks, with lovely two-tone silvery gray toning and hints of luster in and around the peripheral stars and lettering. Gorgeous type coin.