*NEW* Solid, even strike overall with good hair and drapery details, full feathers and shield details, NO adjustment marks and deep original silvery gray color, finished with flashes of golden blue and considerable remaining luster, particularly at the peripheries.
*NEW* As good as it gets for the grade, this early dollar started life with a full, even strike and has “aged” to perfection. Wonderful two-tone original silvery gray toning on problem free surfaces. Fabulous Eye-appeal on this popular Red Book variety.
*NEW* Just out of grading at the PCGS Members Only show, this super flashy brilliant Proof shows unbroken snowy white CAMEO devices contrasting VERY deep (close to DCAM) fields. Great looking near GEM proof.
*NEW* Borderline Deep Cameo obverse shows snowy white CAMEO devices contrasting very deeply fields and enhanced by a ring of gorgeous blue and violet peripheral toning. Reverse is light champagne golden patina over fully CAMEO devices and strong mirrors. A beauty.
*NEW* An original Gem with medium silvery rose patina overall and highlights of sky blue pulsing throughout the design, around the portrait and periphery. Reverse is an even light rose with blue peripheral toning.
*NEW - Battle Creek Collection* My reverse grade MS66+. Holdered obverse facing up. A 2-sided toner and extremely rare as such. Obverse shows a beautiful distinct arc of golden rose, going to sky blue , then golden green. Reverse is completely toned, starting at right, golden, to golden rose to violet to sky blue at the left periphery. The hazy circular pattern on the top reverse is a scuff on the holder. The coin is perfectly toned continuation of the same color patter at the right left of the holder scuff. Bright and beautiful. From the Battle Creek Collection. Much more intense and colorful than the photo indicates.
*NEW - Battle Creek Collection* My reverse grade MS66+. Holdered reverse facing up. A 2-sided toner and extremely rare as such. Beatifully toned reverse from the original bag shows bright green in the center going out to violet and golden. Superb, lustrous fields add to the stunning effect. The obverse also exhibits bag toning, an even light golden overall with deeper violet and blue at the left upper periphery. From the Battle Creek Collection. Much more intense and colorful than the photo indicates.
*NEW* What am I doing with a brilliant white Morgan Dollar? OK, it came to me in trade at the Long Beach show, but the coin is high end, brilliant, lustrous white and sports the ever popular Green Bean, making it very valuable.