*NEW* PCGS Super pleasing stone original with a good, even strike showing virtually all design details. Some weakness in the obverse right stars, but all other design and lettering strong. Definitely at the top of the heap for strike. Even wear with distraction free surfaces and deep original gray toning. Truly exceptional for the grade.
*NEW* WOW, this first year of issue is absolutely exceptional in EVERY way. Starting with a solid strike front and back showing sharp detailing. Light even wear and distraction free and finished with virgin original surfaces, medium silvery gray patina with blue highlights and tinges of sparkling luster around the peripheries. the photo does not do this coin justice. It must be seen to get the lustrous effect. You will not find a better example for the grade.
A perfect, original circ. Showing a full, complete strike front and back and considerable remaining luster in the around the stars and lettering on both sides. Wonderful even medium silvery gray patina with rose and blue highlights.
*ON HOLD - NEW* So much coin for the grade. Full, needle sharp strike front and back, this wonderful half shows complete, sharp hair, drapery and clasp detail on the front and a sculpted eagle and shield on the reverse. Full “E Pluribus Unum” of course. Virtually free of marks and certainly free of any distractions, this original is finished with deep silvery gray patina, light rose highlights and full luster. A great coin for the grade and price.
*NEW* A wonderful, lightly circulated Bust Half. Fully struck front and back with complete and sharp detailing of every design feature. Lovely even light to medium silvery blue patina and complete luster. A top bust half that won’t break the bank.
*ON HOLD - NEW* A stunner for the grade, showing a needle sharp depiction of Liberty with an equally well struck reverse, often lacking on this type. Even overlaid with deep silvery blue and rose toning on incredible full, cartwheel luster. So much better than 90% of the type I see for the grade. For some reason I can't get a representative photo of the obverse color. Consider that the obverse looks more like the reverse in color and tone.
A great looking coin that starts with a needle sharp strike on both sides, just a touch of even wear, great surfaces and lovely even medium silvery gray antique toning. As nice as it gets for the grade with awesome eye-appeal.
Very sharp and fully detailed strike on both sides. Basically brilliant with some pretty silvery-blue patina in and around the stars on the obverse. Fascinating and unusual die breaks on the obverse enhance the cool factor of this wonderful “Arrows” Half. Top end, distraction free surfaces and full luster complete this great two-year type.