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1852 Silver NGC MS64 *SOLD - NEW* As with so many 19th Century type coins, strike is an issue. With the T-1 3c, the lines in the shield are often indistinct and mushy, even on high grades. Not the case with this lovely type. Fully struck with all lines sharp and complete. Mark free and fully brilliant and lustrous. As good as this grade can be. $535.00
1861 Silver PCGS MS64 Full, sharp strike front and back, an attribute that is difficult to find with this type. I reject 80% of this type on strike alone. Super clean surfaces and finished with full luster on even silvery blue patina overall. Better than most graded MS65. $850.00
1862 Silver NGC / CAC MS66 *NEW* "Highland Collection" Pedigree. A beautiful original. Very sharp strike front and back, with all star and shield lines complete and sharp. Light silvery rose and blue with splashes of light color throughout. Superb, clean surfaces and fully lustrous. A superior type in every respect. $1,950.00
1881 Nickel NGC MS64 *NEW* Here’s a coin I never buy in MS64, as they are simply never very nice. This piece is an exception to the rule, with a full, sharpl strike, impeccable surfaces and full luster. As good as it gets in MS64. $250.00
1888 Nickel PCGS MS67 *NEW* A flawless Superb Gem. Full, sharp strike on both sides, mark free with blazing luster. $2,500.00
1866 Nickel PCGS MS65 *NEW* Once again, weak strikes are the norm on this type and I only buy full strikes, which this coin has. Free of marks and distractions and with semi-prooflike fields. Very attractive type. $2,285.00
1867 Nickel PCGS / CAC MS64 *NEW* Absolute top, top of the grade, exhibiting a sharp, full strike on both sides with complete stars and rays on the reverse…basically unseen on this grade. A couple of fascinating and major die cracks on the obverse add to the appeal of this great “Rays” nickel. $1,400.00
1867 Nickel PCGS MS65 Very sharply struck on both sides, which is an unusual characteristic of this two-year “Rays” type. Surfaces are basically free of marks and distractions and the coin is fully lustrous. Much nicer than another of the same type I saw at the Baltimore show in a MS65+ PCGS holder. $3,650.00
1883 Nickel NGC PR67 *NEW* A brilliant GEM Proof, fully struck, bright and reflective with just a hint of golden patina. $1,400.00
1909 Nickel PCGS PF67 *NEW* Beautiful, original light Cameo (Not designated) with light iridescent silvery blue patina. An original Superb Gem. $2,150.00
1913 Nickel NGC MS65 *SOLD - NEW* A beautiful, lustrous Gem with light silvery rose patina. $190.00
1913-D Nickel PCGS / CAC MS66 *SOLD - NEW* Well struck overall with superb, shimmering luster under lovely light rose and blue patina. An exceptional beauty. $1,000.00
1917 Nickel PCGS MS66 *SOLD* Superb early buffalo with a full strike and light silvery rose patina on fully lustrous surfaces. Super clean and spot free GEM. $1,725.00

 



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