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1859 1C Indian Cent MS66 PCGS J-228
An exquisite pattern coin with shimmering golden-tan surfaces. A razor sharp strike is evident and the surfaces are pristine. Population 11 with none finer! A real show-stopper.
1861 1C Indian Cent MS65 NGC
Honey-gold surfaces belie no distractions whatsover. Pinpoint striking details and creamy surfaces will delight the viewer.
1864 1C Copper Nickel MS65 NGC
An impressive mix of gold and bronze toning grace this superbly struck gem. The reverse sports some darker toning areas that are not carbon spots.
1873 1C Closed 3 Indian Cent MS64RB PCGS/CAC
CAC. This razor sharp near-gem is devoid of any disturbances or significant marks..it is PQ! Brilliant luster and a woodgrain look to the mint luster makes for a lovely example.
1875 1C Indian Cent MS64+RD NGC
Copper-gold luster abounds! Gorgeous color and amazing quality. Magnificently struck and the surfaces are silky smooth and pristine. A candidate for regrade!
1880 1C Indian Cent PR65BN PCGS
Beautifully struck, magnificently toned, and nice for the grade...what more could one ask in an astounding Indian cent? The obverse field is a rich, brilliant magenta in tone with the portrait sporting turquoise blue color. The reverse is primarily mage
1885 1C Indian Cent PR66RB PCGS
The obverse surfaces are a vivid magenta and sapphire blue atop mirrored fields. The reverse shows a spectacular shading effect as the color changes from soft amber to bright pumpkin orange. A stunning coin in terms of eye-appeal and quality as well.
1885 1C Indian Cent PR66RB PCGS 2
What a beauty! First, for the sake of accuracy the holder is scratched...this coin is flawless! The obverse is toned in shades of turquoise blue, mint green, fiery orange and crimson! The reverse is more gold in color with some hints of mint green. Ey
1885 1C Indian Cent PR67RB PCGS
Lustrous magenta, olive green and gold toning and a pinpoint strike have created a superb example of a proof Indian cent. Amazing color and pristine surfaces. There are some marks on the holder...not on the coin.
1889 1C Indian Cent MS65RD NGC
Vibrant luster and tan-gold coloration will capture your attention. The reverse features a area of navy blue toning in the wreath that is quite attractive. The toning is a bit freckled but again not a distraction. Superb striking details.
1893 1C Indian Cent PR66RB PCGS
POP. 5 with none finer...and rest assured the other four coins do not look like this exquisitely toned gem. Gorgeous surfaces and amazing color will grab your attention, a coin not to be overlooked...you will look long and hard to find another to match t
1911 1C Lincoln Cent PR65BN PCGS/CAC
This matte proof example sports a hint of sapphire blue an magenta in hue. Impressive preservation...nice for the PR65 designation.
1920-S 1C Lincoln Cent MS64RD PCGS
Brilliant orange mint luster jumps out at the viewer and immediately grabs your attention. Magnificently struck and we wonder why this coin did not grade MS65 or 64+..it is that nice. A couple of pinprick sized spots are evident but have not detracted f
1921-S 1C Lincoln Cent MS64BN PCGS
Population 42 with a mere 3 higher in BN designation. A very nice piece that is very close to gem. A better date this coin shows glossy surfaces and areas of midnight blue and mellowed red.
1938 1C Lincoln Cent MS67+RD PCGS
Rich, elegant cherry red graces the surfaces of this lovely example of the ever-popular Lincoln cent. Immaculate and in fact you would not wince if this coin was in a MS68 holder! Population 4 with just 1 finer.
1967 1C Lincoln Cent MS66+RD PCGS
Flawless and shimmering with bright, flashy pumpkin-orange patina. Boldly struck.
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