Wonderfully preserved Rhode Island Ship token. Evenly struck with strong details. Ebony-brown toning covers unabraded, moderately granular surfaces. Produced as a Revolutionary War propaganda medal, made by the British and intended to keep the Dutch out of the conflict.
A nice, affordable example of this first dollar coin supposedly produced under the auspices of the Continental Congress.
Sharply struck with gorgeous golden-red highlights this piece is a spectacular gem. Gorgeous with stunning eye appeal, it is likely one of the finest for the date in existence. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
A stunningly beautiful gem proof half cent with gorgeous blue and gold tints. An absolute stunner with phenomenal overall eye appeal. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
The key to the Indian cent set and desired by nearly all collectors of US coins. Beautifully original with pink and golden highlights, the strike is full as suspected for a Proof and the coin is truly special. Few Between 500-1000 pieces were produced and distributed (the mint records do not denote the actual numbers), but only 2 have survived in such a near-perfect state of preservation. This is truly a special coin and a fantastic opportunity for the Registry collector.