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1942 Walker, Choice BU
Year: 1942
Condition: Choice Uncirculated (MS63/64)
Description: Bright white and problem free - please note the slightly "yellow" cast of the Reverse image is due to lighting, the coin itself is natural and untoned.
Price: $63.00
Item Id #003617    See Details...
1943 Walking Liberty Half Dollar, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1943
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: An original frosty white Choice BU coin.
Price: $63.00
Item Id #005603    See Details...
1893 Columbian Exposition Commemorative Half Dollar, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1893
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: A relatively common design just because they struck almost 2 Million of them. The 1893 perhaps a bit oddly enough, although a higher mintage than 1892, is a bit scarcer in Unc. This is due to a large number remaining unsold and being placed into circulation after the end of the 1893 World's Fair. A nice fresh Choice Uncirculated example of this famous design, with abundant luster and just slightly yellow, "off white" color.
Price: $63.00
Item Id #006516    See Details...
1915-S Barber Dime, Choice Very Fine
Year: 1915S
Condition: VF-35
Description: Not a particularly common date considering it was at the end of the series, which usually encourages hoarding. A combination of a relatively modest Mintage of less than 1 Million, and the excitement over the new Mercury Dime design, probably resulted in fewer being saved.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #006291    See Details...
1925-S Lincoln Cent, Choice Almost Uncirculated
Year: 1925S
Condition: AU-55
Description: A bit sharper Obverse than coin #4083, but less so on the Reverse - typical mis-matched 1925-S die pair. Otherwise original and very nice, and would almost certainly also certify as a 58.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #004531    See Details...
1918 Lincoln Cent, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1918
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: An original Uncirculated example, equivalent to a certified MS-64. This would be considered Red, as it shows no overall darkening of color, just some light signs of minor "webbiness" from the usual perils of a Century of storage. One minor toning steak at the bottom of the Reverse.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #006425    See Details...
1920 Lincoln Cent, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1920
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: An original Uncirculated example, equivalent to a certified MS-63 or 64 Red. Tiny spots of slight darkening on Lincon's cheek are about all the color on the Obverse; the Reverse shows just a slight amount of toning, not surprising after a Century of storage.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #006426    See Details...
1941-S Washington Quarter, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1941S
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: A true Uncirculated example, very typical of coins that come out of old time sets originally housed in Whitman or similar folders. No wear from circulation, this shows some wispy hairlines from light handling or contact with paper in the folder. The Reverse shows no hairlines, just a touch or original toning. To the naked eye, this looks "Gem BU", and should fit nicely into a raw BU Quarter set.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #004658    See Details...
1952-S Washington Quarter, Gem Uncirculated, Interesting Color
Year: 1952S
Condition: PCGS MS-66
Description: Out of an original 1952 U. S. Mint Set. Bright "old Silver" color overall, with red-orange Obverse rim highlights, a mix of russet & blue-gray over old Silver on the Reverse. The toning does not hide the bright flashy luster underneath - a very nice coin. If you like 1950's toned Silver coinage, this should appeal.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #006492    See Details...
1951 Jefferson Nickel, Choice Proof
Year: 1951
Condition: Gem Proof
Description: Cracked out of a PCGS PR-66 holder by my customer, who just wanted a true Gem Proof for his set. Nice watery surfaces with some evidence of Cameo contrast - NOT quite as strong as my images make it appear, due to the lighting used. When was the last time you heard a dealer say THAT.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #005756    See Details...
1897 Barber Quarter, Extremely Fine+, Discounted
Year: 1897
Condition: EF-45
Description: Seems original with has nice color with significant luster remaining. There are a few scratches on the coin, so discounted accordingly from the typical $100 level these commonly command. Still worthy as a decent example for Type.
Price: $58.00
Item Id #005552    See Details...
1902 Morgan Dollar, Choice Almost Uncirculated
Year: 1902
Condition: AU-58
Description: A nice example of this better P Mint date - not as common in nice condition as it's low price current price indicates.
Price: $58.00
Item Id #005238    See Details...
1936-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar, Choice Almost Uncirculated
Year: 1936D
Condition: AU-58
Description: An original AU/Unc "slider". 99% of the original luster with a good strike & color, just a hint of wear. This would fit into a BU set easily - certainly many dealers on ebay would try to call this "Unc", especially on a certain unnamed website.
Price: $58.00
Item Id #006193    See Details...
1955 Franklin Half Dollar, Famous
Year: 1955
Condition: ICG MS-64
Description: A nice original example of this popular variety, also sometimes comically known as "Count Frankula". Clash marks caused a set of pointed "teeth" appearing to jut out of Franklin's upper lip. The variety is noted on the holder, which you don't see as often. Also very close to Full Bell Lines, about 90+%. Not really rare, but this has always been popular as it is an "eye visible" variety with a good story to go along with it.
Price: $58.00
Item Id #005526    See Details...
1909 VDB Lincoln Cent, Choice/Gem BU, Original Roll Coin
Year: 1909VDB
Condition: Ch/Gem BU
Description: This is an original Choice Uncirculated coin, out of a stash of rolls of this date put away by my now retired business partner, many years ago - I am offering a number of similar coins that also came from this same source. Most of the coins in these rolls showed at least some toning, this coin just enough to not make a full Red. It shows mellow traces of reddish-yellow over the original "straw gold" color. There is also some light "flecks" indicating finger contact at some point - remember, no 2x2's, Airtites or coin tubes back then - coins were handled by hand when rolled from original Mint bags, or when a merchant went to the bank to get some coin. Still, a bright obvious BU coin.
Price: $57.00
Item Id #004239    See Details...
1915 Lincoln Cent, Extremely Fine, Tough Coin
Year: 1915
Condition: EF-40
Description: An original EF example, struck from about evenly matched dies. Seems problem free which is quite unusual for this date when found on the West Coast.
Price: $57.00
Item Id #004630    See Details...
1885 Indian Cent, EF
Year: 1885
Condition: EF-40+
Description: A solid EF coin with nice Brown surfaces. There are some small traces of original Red remaining, but not nice enough to make AU.
Price: $55.00
Item Id #002897    See Details...
1917-D Buffalo Nickel, Fine+
Year: 1917D
Condition: Fine-15
Description: Much of the coinage produced during the period of the First World War was uneven in quality at best. The 1917 to 1919 Buffalo Nickels were no exception. This is a solid Fine+, with a bold date. Conversely, it shows some of the toning streaks common to original, uncleaned examples due to minor problems with alloy mix. Problem free, with 3/4 of a horn, or just about.
Price: $55.00
Item Id #003813    See Details...
1923 Peace Dollar, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1923
Condition: Choice Uncirculated (MS-63/64)
Description: A common Peace Dollar date, however the 1923 is less common than 1922. A well struck, lightly toned Choice Unc example, this has some of the "water spots" that seem to plague this issue, but they are largely hidden by the original color. Lots of luster and from a foot or more away this looks fully Gem. Likely to certify as a 64, but not worth the money to send it in.
Price: $55.00
Item Id #002256    See Details...
1932-D Quarter, Certified
Year: 1932D
Condition: PCGS Fair-2
Description: The "other side of the coin" as it were, compared to the MS-63 coin listed as #4928. This example of the '32-D Quarter is about as worn as they get, however, damage free and original. I honestly don't know what it takes to get a grade WORSE than this as I truly expected this to be a "1"! About half the date shows, with a fully clear Mintmark on the Reverse, but not much else. A candidate for a downgrade at some point certainly - for those with a solid sense of humor.
Price: $55.00
Item Id #004929    See Details...
1952 Roosevelt Dime, Gem Proof, Multicolored Toning
Year: 1952
Condition: Gem Proof
Description: Gem Proof with multicolored toning around the rims on both sides, from long storage in a Capital-style holder. The toning is nicer than I could really capture here, given the reflections of the Proof surfaces. As this sort of thing is not for everyone, please review my images with care (the toning could be removed through conservation). I feel the coin is very attractive and worth a premium for the toning as a positive attribute rather than a defect. Out of a full 1952 Proof Set I recently broke up, from a small group of sets that were together since the 1970's.
Price: $55.00
Item Id #004633    See Details...
1889 Indian Cent, Choice Almost Uncirculated
Year: 1889
Condition: AU-58
Description: An original AU/Unc "slider" - a coin that spent just enough time in circulation to pick up minor signs of wear and a few light marks, but still retains almost all the luster and a large amount of original planchet color. This might still certify as a technical MS-60/61, but I am old school and see what I consider wear. Be that as it may, an attractive coin which would fit in nicely with any high end circulated set. FYI, these commonly bring close to $100 in a PCGS slab at auction, just not worth my time to pay the fees and wait the nearly three months to get it done.
Price: $53.00
Item Id #006503    See Details...
1913 Type 2 Buffalo Nickel, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1913Ty2
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: Equivalent to a certified MS-63 in my opinion, limited by the light "roughness" on the Obverse. This is not marks but porosity in the original planchet, not fully struck out. The change to the Type 2 hub caused strike problems until the Mint figured out how to properly make the coins. Otherwise, problem free and original, with nice color.
Price: $53.00
Item Id #006412    See Details...