A perfect original circ example of this popular type. Starting with a full, even strike, this wonderful type coin shows light even wear, problem free surfaces and virgin original silvery gray patina, just like you want it.
A super nice original that starts with a superb strike, showing full detailing of Liberty’s hair, drapery and clasp on the obverse and crisp eagle feathers, shield and claws on the reverse. Original first generation light silvery patina overall with peripheral splashes of rose and blue. Fully lustrous. Truly top of the grade in every way.
*NEW* A beautifully toned original GEM example. Fully struck on both sides, mostly brilliant with violet and blue peripheral toning on glowing luster front and back. Pop is 7 with none grading higher. This awesome coin could very well be the finest
A lovely original Gem with brilliant centers going out to violet, orange and blue around the peripheries on the obverse. Reverse is a light even bluish rose. Strike is full and luster is complete. Very attractive type coin.
*NEW* Almost impossible to describe this AMAZING toned Barber proof. Intense violet rose and blue over the obverse. Reverse is mostly brilliant with golden rose and blue circling the periphery. Bright and fully relflective. A STUNNING wonder coin.
*NEW* Although not designated FH, this coin is very well struck with a 90% full head, complete rivets and shield. Basically brilliant with just a hint of silvery rose patina, deeper at the obverse peripheries. Reverse shows brilliant centers and light rose-blue into the fields and peripheries. Fully lustrous with strong eye-appeal.
*SOLD - NEW* It is not often that a “modern” Proof compels me to step up and purchase it. Coins in this price category are not worth the time they take to photograph, list and ship, but the “coin-weenie” in me sometimes comes out. This quarter is a just a monster. Superb snowy white cameo contrasts perfect deeply mirrored fields. Not designated DCAM, so a savings there. A perfect birthday gift for yourself if you were born in 1959.