A silver U.S. Seated Liberty quarter from 1891, from the Philadelphia mint (no mintmark). This coin is professionally graded and authenticated by the third-party grading company ANACS to be in Mint State MS-63 condition, with no wear, strong luster, and rainbow toning. This listing is for the exact coin pictured.
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A 1916 U.S. Mercury Dime in MS-66 condition with full bands (FB) as professionally graded by the third-party grading company NGC, with no wear, strong luster, and multi-colored toning...View full product details
An 1862 U.S. three cents silver coin in AU-58 (About Uncirculated) condition as professionally graded by the third-party grading company NGC, with light wear and a dark, original...View full product details
A 1927 U.S. Gold Double Eagle coin in Mint State condition, with no wear and moderate luster. Minted at the Philadelphia mint, with no mintmark....View full product details