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7001
1863 1C AU-58 (PCGS)
1863 1C AU-58 (PCGS)   
Sharply struck with olive surfaces, and with a splash of deep toning at 86 in the date.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 58
Price Realized:
$92.00
7002
1881 1C PR-66 RD (NGC)
1881 1C PR-66 RD (NGC)   
A lovely Gem characterized by sharp satiny devices and nicely reflective fields. Essentially brilliant surfaces with blushes of pink and wisps of lilac. From a scant Proof mintage of just 3,575 pieces.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66 RD
Not Sold
7003
1879/8 5C PR-66 (PCGS)
1879/8 5C PR-66 (PCGS)   
Pale ice blue iridescence at the centers deepens to pink and gold at the borders. Sharply struck in all areas. A scarce Proof-only variety, comprising just a fraction of the 3,200 piece Proof mintage for the year.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 66
Not Sold
7004
1886 5C F-12 (PCGS)
1886 5C F-12 (PCGS)   
Warm pewter gray toning with delicate gold and lilac highlights. The die state of the reverse is advanced with a heavy break from CE in CENTS to U in UNITED; another crack connects ED in UNITED to the first S in STATES, as illustrated. A scattering o...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
F 12
Not Sold
7005
1914-D 5C MS-65 (PCGS)
1914-D 5C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Satiny and essentially brilliant with just a whisper of champagne iridescence. The strike is about average with a touch of softness above the Indian's braid and at the bison's shoulder and forehead. The eye appeal is outstanding as is attested by the...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$1,406.45
7006
1929 5C MS-66 (PCGS)
1929 5C MS-66 (PCGS)   
Satiny and attractive. Pale lilac-gray on the high points changes to ice blue in the fields. A touch of softness is noted at the Indian's braid and bison's shoulder, but the bison's head and hump are both sharp.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
7007
1931-S 5C MS-66 (PCGS)
1931-S 5C MS-66 (PCGS)   
Warmly toned in intermingled blue and pink with wisps of violet. The 1931-S is notable for having the lowest mintage of any nickel issue of the 1930s.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
7008
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-66 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-66 (PCGS)   
Pleasing golden toning complements lustrous surfaces. Coined during the final year of the Buffalo design type.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Price Realized:
$109.25
7009
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-66 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-66 (PCGS)   
Warm golden gray iridescence on lustrous surfaces. Sharply struck in all areas.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Price Realized:
$95.45
7010
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-66 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-66 (PCGS)   
Vivid golden toning. Fully lustrous and sharply struck. Outstanding both technically and aesthetically.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Price Realized:
$109.25
7011
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)   
Intermingled gold and lilac iridescence on lustrous surfaces.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$58.65
7012
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)   
Lustrous with vivid gold on both the obverse and reverse.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$47.15
7013
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)   
Frosty lustre. Warm golden gray with hints of lilac.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7014
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)   
Attractive gold and lilac-gray complement satiny surfaces. A handsome example, and modestly priced in today's rare coin marketplace.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7015
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)   
Fully lustrous with vivid gold toning and hints of lilac on the high points.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7016
1949 5C MS-67 (NGC)
1949 5C MS-67 (NGC)   
Frosty with intermingled pink, gold, blue, and lilac iridescence.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 67
Not Sold
7017
1954-S 5C MS-67 (NGC)
1954-S 5C MS-67 (NGC)   
Satiny lustre. Golden toning overall, with wisps and tinges of violet.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 67
Not Sold
7018
1964 5C MS-67 (NGC)
1964 5C MS-67 (NGC)   
Delicate lilac iridescence. A common issue, but in a lofty and uncommon grade.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 67
Not Sold
7019
1883 10C PR-66 (NGC)
1883 10C PR-66 (NGC)   
Frosty devices complement glittering fields. Partially brilliant with blushes of pink, blue, and gold. Sharp virtually everywhere except the left tassel at the top of the wreath. From a scant Proof mintage of 1,039 pieces.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66
Not Sold
7020
1905-O 10C Micro O. EF-40 (PCGS)
1905-O 10C Micro O. EF-40 (PCGS)   
Mostly pearl gray in the fields, with wisps and blushes of navy blue and golden gray toning on the high points at the borders. A scarce item according to Walter Breen's Encyclopedia, which lists the variety as "prohibitively rare above VF."
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
EF 40
Not Sold
7021
1916 10C Mercury. MS-66 FB (PCGS)
1916 10C Mercury. MS-66 FB (PCGS)   
Sharply struck and fully lustrous. Warmly and vividly toned in violet-brown, rose, blue, and emerald green.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 FB
Price Realized:
$402.50
7022
1857-O 25C MS-63 (PCGS)
1857-O 25C MS-63 (PCGS)   
Fully lustrous and attractive. The obverse is sharp in all particulars including Liberty's hair, drapery, and shield. The obverse stars all show their divisions. The reverse is bold in most areas save for some of the horizontal elements on the shield...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 63
Not Sold
7023
1864 25C PR-64 CAM (PCGS)
1864 25C PR-64 CAM (PCGS)   
Fully brilliant. The sharp frosty motifs contrast boldly with the blazing mirror fields. From a tiny Proof mintage of just 460 pieces, one of the lowest production figures of the design type subsequent to 1858.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 64 CAM
Not Sold
7024
1919-S 25C AU-55 (NGC)
1919-S 25C AU-55 (NGC)   
Vivid intermingled orange-gold and lilac. Much original satiny lustre survives in the fields. Scarce and eagerly sought in all grades.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 55
Not Sold
7025
1927-S 25C F-15 (PCGS)
1927-S 25C F-15 (PCGS)   
Mostly pearl gray surfaces with wisps of charcoal gray around the design elements. Tinges and blushes of pale gold and violet add a dash of aesthetic charm. The 1927-S has the second lowest mintage in the Standing Liberty quarter series after the 191...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
F 15
Price Realized:
$253.00
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