There are 1127 items in this category

1885 Indian Cent, EF/AU
Year: 1885
Condition: EF-45
Description: A solid EF/AU coin with nice Brown surfaces, and no problems to note. A bit unusual for me to have more than one of this date in stock at one time in this grade range, the multiple coins to chose from is the fortuitous result of finding someone who had purchased a cool old-time Indian cent group.
Price: $63.00
Item Id #004477    See Details...
1917-D Cent, Choice Almost Uncirculated, Well Struck
Year: 1917D
Condition: Choice AU-55+
Description: Original and well struck from a fresh die pair, definitely NOT common for this date. Just a bit of wear on Lincoln's cheekbone & jaw. The luster is a bit muted by the chocolate brown color, so I calling this a 55 rather than 58.
Price: $63.00
Item Id #004527    See Details...
1880-S Morgan Dollar, Original Choice Unc
Year: 1880S
Condition: PCGS MS-63
Description: Nice Choice BU example of this common S Mint date. Very clean for the assigned grade - the Reverse is nearly completely mark free to the eye. All white except just a trace of toning along the Reverse rim area. Undoubtedly an original BU roll coin. Images upon request.
Price: $63.00
Item Id #003285    See Details...
1834 Capped Bust Dime, Large 4, Late Die State
Year: 1834
Condition: Fine
Description: A nice looking circulated example of this type. JR-6, the small "spur" that passes for the serif on the right side of the "4" being virtually absent (compare to coin #4581, an AU example of this same date).
Price: $63.00
Item Id #004589    See Details...
1945-S Walker, Choice BU
Year: 1945S
Condition: MS-63
Description: All white and original - the strike is good for a World War Two era S Mint coin. Walkers have started to catch on again, and nice true BU examples are getting a bit harder to find.
Price: $62.00
Item Id #001322    See Details...
1870 Indian Cent, Nice Solid Good
Year: 1870
Condition: Good-4
Description: The 1870 is a tougher date in the series, as are all of the 1869 to 1872 dates, even in Good.
Price: $62.00
Item Id #004174    See Details...
1913-D Type 1, Original AU/Unc Coin, Well Struck
Year: 1913D
Condition: AU-58
Description: A very original coin showing just a bit of wear on the highest points of the Bison. Much better struck than most Type One Buffalos from the Branch Mints. The medium olive-gray toning is natural and typical of coins put aside as a souvenir of the new type that managed to escape being cleaned.
Price: $62.00
Item Id #004322    See Details...
1925-S Peace Dollar, Almost Uncirculated
Year: 1925S
Condition: AU53 to 55
Description: A nice lightly worn AU+ example, well struck and with no major marks or problems.
Price: $61.00
Item Id #004037    See Details...
1873 With Arrows Seated Dime, VF
Year: 1873
Condition: VF-20+
Description: The classic "Type" Seated Dime date. Open 3, as are all of this date/mint combination.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #002575    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: $60.00
Item Id #002897    See Details...
1951 Jefferson Nickel, Gem Proof
Year: 1951
Condition: Gem Proof (65+)
Description: A nice original Proof coin with clean surfaces, showing some light Cameo effect which is noticeable due to a hint of bluish toning. Please Note: the "fingerprint" that shows in the Reverse image is on the outside of the plastic, no on the coin.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #003717    See Details...
1934 Mercury Dime, Very Choiceto Gem  Uncirculated
Year: 1934
Condition: Very Choice Uncirculated
Description: A Very Choice Uncirculated example, which would likely certify as MS-65 if submitted. However this is not really worth it (to me) unless it garners a "FSB" designation, due to cost. This coin is exceptionally close, but might NOT make it, so not worth taking the shot. Simply offered as an example of a very nice, original mid-30's Merc Dime.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #003213    See Details...
1909 VDB Lincoln Cent, Choice Unc, Original Roll Toning
Year: 1909VDB
Condition: Ch. Unc RB
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. Like almost all of the coins in these rolls, it shows some toning, however I feel that this coin is quite attractive. I am offering a number of similar coins that also came from this same source. Certified equivalent would be a 63 most likely - the one small nick near the date is all it would take to limit the "number". Color-wise, this is a case of an "RB" Obverse, and a "Brown" Reverse based upon PCGS/NGC grading. In this case the coin is nicer than a technical grade would indicate.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #004238    See Details...
1946-S Walker, Choice BU
Year: 1946S
Condition: MS-63+
Description: White and original. Well struck for a date that commonly comes a bit mushy. One toning spot a bit larger than I could ignore is mentioned on the Reverse and shown in an extra image - not a serious problem and could be removed.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #001699    See Details...
1941-S Washington Quarter, Uncirculated
Year: 1941S
Condition: MS-63
Description: A true, Uncirculated example. Very typical of coin that come out of old time sets that were housed in Whitman or similar folders. No wear from circulation, however the Obverse shows some light hairlines where it likely was "wiped" - it was common for collectors of the past to "dust" or wipe a rag across the open page of these folders, across the front of the coins enclosed. The Reverse shows no hairlines; just a touch or original toning. To the naked eye, this looks Very Choice BU, and should fit nicely into a raw BU Quarter set.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #000730    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+, but like many from the Denver Mint this year, the date logotype is not bold. Otherwise a problem free example with 3/4 of a horn.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #003812    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+, similar to that coin offered as #3812, but with a bolder 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: $60.00
Item Id #003813    See Details...
1855 With Arrows Seated Liberty Half, Fine
Year: 1855
Condition: Fine-12
Description: A nice original coin from the last of the With Arrows Type. Not as common as the 1854 in my experience, as the novelty of the Arrows had worn off by the time these were issued.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #003565    See Details...
1882 Morgan Dollar, PCGS MS-60, Actually Quite Scarce
Year: 1882
Condition: PCGS MS-60
Description: A coin that is actually quite a scarcity - a correctly graded MS-60 Morgan Dollar! The assigned grade is due to one significant "whack" across Liberty's cheek, which occasionally happened when bags of Dollars were tossed around while in storage from the 1920's to 1960's. Otherwise the marks & surfaces would normally warrant a 63 grade - an excellent example of an assigned "Net" grade, and a good coin for a grading set.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #004103    See Details...
1950 Roosevelt Dime, Gem Proof
Year: 1950
Condition: Gem Proof
Description: Typical of the 1950-51 Proof Sets, this has a more "chrome" or satiny looking finish, rather than the traditional mirrored finish. This was due to the Mint forced having to relearn how to strike Proofs. Some light hints of Cameo contrast, and a couple splashes of light toning from long storage in a Capital-style holder. Mainly obvious at one spot on the Reverse. As this sort of thing is not for everyone, please review my images with care (the toning could be removed through conservation). Out of a full 1950 Proof Set I recently broke up, from a small group of sets that were together since the 1970's.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #004631    See Details...
1951 Roosevelt Dime, Gem Proof
Year: 1951
Condition: Gem Proof
Description: Typical of the 1950-51 Proof Sets, this has a more "chrome" or satiny looking finish, rather than the traditional mirrored finish. This was due to the Mint forced having to relearn how to strike Proofs. Some splashes of light toning from long storage in a Capital-style holder. These are hard to see and mentioned simply to be accurate. As this sort of thing is not for everyone, please review my images with care (the toning could be removed through conservation). Out of a full 1951 Proof Set I recently broke up, from a small group of sets that were together since the 1970's.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #004632    See Details...
1937-S Quarter, Very Scarce High Grade Circulated Example
Year: 1937S
Condition: EF/AU
Description: A very scarce and difficult date to locate above Average Circulated, this is a solid EF/AU coin with considerable luster remaining (much more than I could image properly), which would likely be dipped out and sold as a full AU by most dealers, unfortunately.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #004447    See Details...
1910 Lincoln Cent, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1910
Condition: MS-64+ BN
Description: An original Choice Uncirculated example, with nicely mellowed color - a "Brown" coin, but with much Red remaining as highlights, especially on the Obverse.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #004199    See Details...
1885-O Morgan Dollar, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1885O
Condition: Choice Uncirculated (MS-63+)
Description: A bright original Choice BU coin, equivalent to a certified MS-63 or a bit better. Among the three most available 1880's O Mint dates, along with the '83 and '84, due to the 1960's Dollar bag releases. This is also an example of some of the striking problems that these coins faced, as the Eagle on the Reverse has a small "pit" or void on his belly. This the the thickest part of the coin, as suffered from weak detail due to a lack of striking pressure. Not horrible looking, just mentioned for accuracy. Guaranteed to certify at MS-63.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #002939    See Details...