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  • 1867/67 1C Indian Cent Snow-1 PCGS MS64+BN (PHOTO SEAL)

    Gem Unc (12: 4,3,5) BN. Virtually mark free. Beautiful chocolate brown. This is one of the best examples within the color designation. There are numerous heavy die cracks on the reverse, which makes it even more interesting. This is the latest die sate of the Snow-1a die pair. The reverse was then changed after it fell apart completely. ...

  • 1909 1C Lincoln Lincoln Cent PCGS PR65BN

    Gem Proof (14: 4,5,5) BN. Incredible lavender and magenta toning. An outstanding example. $1,850.00 ...

  • 1858 1C Large Letters Flying Eagle Cent PCGS PR64CAM (CAC/PHOTO SEAL)

    Gem Proof (13: 3,5,5) Super deep mirrors and fully frosted devices. This is a gorgeous example. It looks like a gem and the only moderating defects may be a few light lint marks on the reverse. These are typically overlooked for grading as they are as-struck. This is an awesome example. ...

  • 1856 1C Flying Eagle Cent Snow-3 NGC Fine-15 (Photo Seal)

    Fine (8: 2,3,3) An original example of this very popular date. Light scratch by the eagle's beak and on the breast feather. Otherwise just plain even wear. This was originally released to Congress to pas the legislation for the small cent. Some were spent, like this one. Can you imagine finding this in circulation in the 1880's? What a find! ...

  • 1858 1C J-203 Small Flying Eagle / Oak Wreath PCGS PR63 (PHOTO SEAL)

    Choice Proof (13: 4,4,5) Good mirrors. Light golden tone. Much better than the grade on the holder suggests. The low relief small eagle design by Anthony Paquet paired with his Oak Wreath reverse. These are part of the popular 12-piece set sold by the mint in 1858-60. Dies are rotated as shown. Old Gen 2.2 holder used in 1989 only. ...

  • 1859 1C Indian Cent PCGS MS66 (PHOTO SEAL)

    Superb Gem Unc (14: 4,5,4) An outstanding prooflike example with very few marks and eye appeal to die for! At the most, there are only 29 graded by PCGS and this is one of the best. Compare it with the 3 graded 66+ pieces (which sold around $20K) and you will come away with the same feeling I do - that this is one of the finest known examples! ...

  • 1877 1C Indian Cent PCGS MS-64RB [Rattler holder] (Photo Seal)

    Gem Unc (12: 3,4,5) RB 30% A beautiful fully struck example that is certainly a gem and deserves a MS65RB grade. However, it would be a shame to lose the rare first generation holder from over 25 years ago. There are hardly any marks. ...

  • 1878 1C Indian Cent PCGS AU55BN (PHOTO SEAL)

    Choice Unc (10: 3,3,4) Attractive chocolate brown with very few marks. This is a very tough date in AU grades. $320.00 ...

  • 1856 1C Flying Eagle Cent Snow-3 PCGS MS62 (PHOTO SEAL)

    Choice Unc (10: 4,3,3) Very few marks. light chocolate brown tone. This is an original mint state coin in a MS holder (PCGS got it right). This is the Snow-3 die pair which are shown to have been struck for Congress in a simulated press run in late 1856. Many were saved, but some were subsequently spent. Other die pairs exist, but many of these are restike proofs that were sold to collectors of th...

  • 1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse Lincoln Cent PCGS MS63RB

    Average Unc (13: 4,4,5) RB 75%. Very few marks and lots of red. This issue is highly desired in red-brown with a high percentage of red. It gets very expensive in full red. This example looks like a better grade but is likely held back due to a small reverse toning spot. ...

  • 1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse Lincoln Cent PCGS MS64BN

    Choice Unc (10: 3,4,3). Beautiful chocolate brown with light hints of purple toning. Popular variety. $3,150.00 ...

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