1910 Indian Half Eagle PCGS PR64

Gorgeous Roman Finish Proof $5

The year 1908 marked the beginning of the Indian Head design type, the first major design change on that denomination since 1839. The new design, issued in the unique sunken relief format, encouraged the Mint to make another change to normal coinage practices: altering the finish of proof coins from polished fields to a sandblast texturing similar to that employed on some art and award medals. Thus, this issue is a first of American coinage in many ways and today is sought-after both as a type coin and as an intriguing element of early 20th century Mint experimentation. In hand, this example is lighter and considerably more vibrant than seen in our images. The PCGS population is just 13 with 13 higher. 

Offered at $25,300 delivered

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1842 Braided Hair Large Cent PCGS/CAC PR64BN

Very Rare Early Proof

The proof 1842 cent is much rarer than its 1841 predecessor. PCGS has graded only 4 examples at this grade and color designation, with just 2 higher, along with a single RB and a single RD representative. This beauty displays primarily walnut-brown surfaces with some darker mahogany toning. There are also some areas of reddish and blue iridescence, which show under a good light. In hand, up close and personal, this coin is noticeably more appealing looking.

Offered at $11,500 delivered

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