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FSH; Unc Trade dollar, colorful 1853 half dime, 1917S T1 FH

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*SOLD*1874 With Arrows Seated Dime ANACS MS62 (small white holder). A bright and well struck example, looking better than "62" to me. The appearance is predominately white on both sides, with some light pastel popping on the obverse, and some more vivid coloration in blue and red on the reverse. A pretty dime. *SOLD*




(5) Blue PCGS boxes, used, $20 delivered


1877 S Trade Dollar, raw, Unc details, cleaned. Brilliant with light hairlines from a cleaning, but well struck and lustrous. A decent example at way less than half of MS60 Bid. $395







1853 Arrows Half Dime ANACS (blue) EF45. This coin is definitely at least AU, and probably closer to 60 than to 50. Looks like ANACS netted it, due to a hit on Ms Lib's knees, albeit a bit harshly. Lustrous, well struck, and colorful. Some noticeable die clashing on both sides. Very nice looking. $110




1917 S SLQ PCGS AU53FH, This tougher Type one looks great for the grade. Highly lustrous and unquestionably original with deep tone in weathered bronze, blue, and silvery gold. While there is a reddish tint, the pics exaggerate this quality. The S mint in FH is much tougher than either the P or D, with 1/16th the availabilty compared to the P mint, and a little over half that of the D mint. Quite appealing and a real eye catcher. Excellent strike. $335









1892 O Barber Quarter PCGS AU53 nice original album toned example, good luster and a slightly better date $185





Additionally, if anyone was interested in a 5 coin set of the Daniel Carr Kennedy restrikes, High Grade, most of the issues are now sold out. I have one set available, and several individual pieces. And BTW, ANACS will grade these @ $12 per coin.


2013 ASE rolls $650 delivered. In Treasury tubes. Ck or MO, Paypal + 3%




Also, a few supplies that can ship free with any other purchase;


2X2 staple type holders, cent through half $2.50 per 100 plus postage

Supersafe, non vinyl, archival 20 pocket pages $1 per page plus postage

Supersafe, non vinyl, archival currency 2 pocket pages (accomodates all TPG holders) $1 per page plus postage

Supersafe, non vinyl flips, 10 per page, 80c per page plus postage

Supersafe, archival, non vinyl Lg size currency sleeves 50c per plus postage

Supersafe, archival, non vinyl Sml Size currency holders 40c per plus postage



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