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1918-S Standing Liberty Quarter, EF
Year: 1918S
Condition: EF-40
Description: Probably the most common early San Francisco Mint Standing Liberty Quarter, much due to the higher wartime production figures. This coin has a decent if not spectacular strike, for a date that commonly comes so-so at best (again, due to overuse of the dies in producing the high mintage), and nice original soft grey surfaces. The Reverse is slightly darker than the Obverse, which typically indicates that the coin was stored in a Whitman-type folder.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #003114    See Details...
1892 Barber Dime, Almost Uncirculated
Year: 1892
Condition: AU-50+
Description: A nice sharp example of this first year Barber Dime. Choice AU details, but like many put aside as a souvenir by the general public, lightly cleaned at one point and it is a bit bright. Date entered into the die much farther left than usual; an unlisted variety, however not surprising given that this is a first year coin.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #001851    See Details...
1894 Barber Half Dollar, VG
Year: 1894
Condition: VG-8
Description: A decent VG example of this early P Mint date. Difficult to find in lower grades - David Lawrence stated "one of the hardest grades to find in Good and VG, and underrated in all grades XF and below". Oddly enough, this can similarly be said of the 1892 and 1893 as well - both those dates are easier to find (theoretically) in EF and AU, due to the typical hoarding of early coins in a series by the public.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #002384    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...
1868 Two Cent Piece, VF/EF
Year: 1868
Condition: Choice VF
Description: A nice sharp VF+; the certified equivalent would likely be VF-30 or 35.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #002906    See Details...
1870 Indian Cent, Solid Good+
Year: 1870
Condition: Good+
Description: This listing is for an average Good from our regular stock. As such the images shown, if any, represent "stock images", and may not represent the actual coin that you will receive. However, we guarantee that the coin you will receive will be at least equal to that shown with a complete rim on both sides. If the price shows as "price on request", that means that this date/grade may be temporarily out of stock - please contact us to inquire. The 1870 is a tougher date in the series.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #000870    See Details...
Year: 1883
Condition: Uncirculated (MS-62 to 63)
Description: A bright original Uncirculated coin, showing a scattering of very light marks, but nothing serious. Coins from this year are typically a bit less lustrous than previous issues, being more "satiny" than flashy. The 1883 is also just a bit tougher to find in Unc than many give it credit for.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #002936    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...
1862 Indian Cent, EF/AU
Year: 1862
Condition: EF-45+
Description: A very original and sharply struck example, with 3.9 Diamonds showing and some remaining luster, especially on the Reverse. This stands a chance at certifying at AU-50, but I will hedge just a bit.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #003486    See Details...
Year: 1894O
Condition: Fine to Very Fine
Description: A nice original coin, close to VF, and would be sold as such by most (price wise, there is little difference, it is just easier to sell a "higher" grade coin). Damage and nearly mark free. Images upon request.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #002977    See Details...
Year: 1894S
Condition: VG to Fine
Description: Similar in nature to the 1892-S, this date is difficult to find above VF, as apparently most entered circulation. I have a couple of decent VG to Fine coins that will fill the hole, until one of the more elusive VF or EF coins can be found (true AU's being rare, especially original). Images upon request.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #002978    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...
1916-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar, First Year Denver Mint Example
Year: 1916D
Condition: Good to Very Good
Description: There is very little difference on the Wholesale level between what is called a "Good" and what is called a "Very Good" for any of the three 1916 Walker dates (a bit more for the 16-S). The main reason is that the major difference in what makes a VG tends to be the boldness of the Reverse rim, as the Obverse of most coins grading Good, VG or even VG+ is almost identical - presumably something having to do with strike. We will send a nice coin out of our regular inventory, grading at least Good+, with a full rim and full, visible date. Coin shown is an example of the grading and general quality you will receive.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #002474    See Details...
1911-D Lincoln Cent, Close to AU
Year: 1911D
Condition: EF-45+
Description: VERY close to AU, and most dealer would call it such. If such a grade as "EF-49" existed, this would be it. Sharp both sides with some remaining luster, which is somewhat muted and difficult to make out due to the surface color - nothing wrong with the color, just that the shade of brown makes it a bit more difficult to see the surfaces. No longer common, although the 11-D seems to be better struck over all than some of the later Teens D Mint dates, largely due to a brand new Hub.
Price: $60.00
Item Id #003259    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...
1878, 7 Tailfeather Morgan Dollar, Reverse of 1878
Year: 1878
Condition: AU-55
Description: An original example, just slightly scuffy but never cleaned or abused unlike many first year coins saved as souvenirs of the new Dollar design. The Obverse shows just a bit of light toning, the Reverse off-white with strong luster. Not attributed to VAM number for those who like a challenge.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #001798    See Details...
Year: 1843
Condition: Good-4+
Description: The other end of the circulated grading scale - a problem free Good with a complete though not super strong rim, typical of the early Seated Halves in this grade. It is also an basic collectible grade, and still commands a price of nearly $60. From that perspective, the PCGS EF-40 I am also offering (#3578), seems STUPID CHEAP, as I can assure you that there are very few EF coins surviving, compared to VG and below.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #003736    See Details...
Year: 1859O
Condition: Good/VG
Description: A nice original average circulated example of this popular Type coin date. Full bold rims, some definition in Liberty's features and about half of the feathers in the Eagle's wings. Problem free.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #003739    See Details...
Year: 1865S
Condition: Good-4
Description: A popular date due to the Civil War connection. Most 1861-65 San Francisco Mint Seated Half Dollars are more common than their Philadelphia Mint counterparts (the New Orleans facility being closed down of course due to the war). Original with complete rims, though not super strong, but with some definition in Liberty's features and in the Eagle's wings. It is common with the San Francisco Mint dates to show a weaker rim than the central part of the coin in low grades for some reason, presumably based upon how that Mint basined its dies, which controlled metal flow when coins struck.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #003741    See Details...
Year: 1861
Condition: Good
Description: Always a popular date due to its connection to the start of the Civil War. A nice Good with complete but not super bold rims, some definition within Liberty's features and on the Eagle's feathers - commercially, most dealers try to push this type of coin to a VG although why escapes me, based upon little difference in price.
Price: $59.00
Item Id #003744    See Details...