Three Cent Nickels & Silvers

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There are 11 Coins for Sale. New coin(s) added on April 8, 2018

Photo Date Grade TPG GFRC Rating Price Description Buy
Three Cent Silvers
3Cent Silver  1851 1851
MS64
PCGS
34992668
Choice $425 New April 8! Near Gem Original, First Year Issue, Satiny Luster, Naturally Gray Patina, Well Struck. Being a fan of naturally toned silver coinage, this near gem overall 1851 3 cent silver piece caught my attention in a wholesale box at the Baltimore pre-show. Surfaces are 100% original with satiny luster and semi-transparent patina. Rims are sharp and completely blemish free; an important parameter when adding 3 cent silver to inventory. Fully struck from eroded dies and surprisingly, no clash marks. Housed in 2015 style PCGS holder with CAC approval. If a fan of natural gray toning on your silver type coins, then please consider this lovely example.
3Cent Silver  1851 1851
AU55 raw
Original $165 Crusty Original, Thick Golden Patina, First Year of Issue. This is one of those coins that has two completely different personalities; in hand vs. bright light appearance. My images capture the crusty original surfaces that are so evident during in hand viewing. Once placed under bright light, the toning melts exposure ample luster and faint gold coloring. The reverse also adds some faint blue hues. This piece does have an old toned over line that starts that lower left rim, then through the date and into the right rim. This piece is ideal for a Dansco type set where strict originality is desired.
3Cent Silver  1851 1851
AU55 PCGS
21961428
Choice $175 Choice Original, Well Struck, Residual Luster, Completely Blemish Free.. First year of issue and a lovely representative example. Surfaces are choice original with residual luster. Strike is uniform and bold with fully separated double outlines on obverse shield. Faint darker gold toning around the devices validates the strict originality. This piece is entirely blemish free. Housed in older blue label PCGS holder with standard ring insert. Accurately graded.
3Cent Silver  1852 1852
MS60 raw
Original HOLD
$185
Strict Original, Cracked Dies, Obverse Rim Cud, Hamden Collection. Surfaces are mostly even light silver gray and strictly original. There is mint frost surrounding the legend and date and adequate bright light luster. Obverse die is heavily clashed with die crack through the date digits. There is also a small rim cud below the 85 digits that adds to the appeal. This 3 cent silver is another nice type offering from the Hamden collection. The assigned MS60 grade captures some faint reverse roller lines across III as made an one faint line on the middle numerical. Rims are razor sharp and mark free.
3Cent Silver  1852 1852
AU58 raw
Choice $180 Choice Original, Silvery Gray Patina, Frosty Luster, Perfect Surfaces and Rims. Frosty cartwheel luster is immediately noted in this lovely 1852 3 cent silver piece. Rim are sharp with no marks whatsoever along with blemish free fields. Obverse has some light gray toning while the reverse is mostly brilliant. Evenly struck and fairly graded.
3Cent Silver  1853 1853
AU53 raw
Choice $175 Choice Original, Crusty Gray Patina, Well Struck. Locating solidly original silver 3 cent pieces takes considerable searching as many circulated example have issues. This example offers choice surfaces and rims that are covered with crusty gray patina. The obverse toning is thicker than the reverse as seen on the GFRC images. Please note the rims and the lack of any marks along with the uniform strike. Accurately graded also.
3Cent Silver  1854 1854
MS63 PCGS
50133270
Choice $775 Choice Original, Bold Luster, Full Strike. I'm so pleased to offer this essentially perfect 1854 trime at the PCGS assigned MS63 grade level. Surfaces are strictly original and pristine. The luster is dramatic under bright light. This piece easily illustrates what original silver should look like after being well preserved and unmolested over 150 years. Housed on old blue label PCGS holder. CAC approval is a "no brainer" on this incredible piece.
3Cent Silver  1861 1861
AU50 raw
Choice $150 New February 26! Crusty Original Gray, Choice Surfaces and Rims, Quality Type Coin. A perfectly original 1861 3 cent silver piece with no issues whatsoever. Crusty gray patina covers the devices and fields. Light wear on the highest device points. A quality type coin for a Dansco or Whitman album set.
3Cent Silver  1861 1861
EF40 raw
Cleaned $65 Massachusetts Collection, Gun Metal Gray, Obverse Tooling. Obverse has mild porosity and has been tooled around the date. Color is medium gray.
Three Cent Nickels
3Cent Nickel  1884 1884
PR66CAM
PCGS
31454364
Gem $825 New March 31! Gem Original, Light Champagne Toning, Reflective Cartwheel Luster, Cameo Contrast, Winesteven Collection. A gorgeous 1884 3 cent nickel proof that will please the most selective collector. Light champagne pastel patina is consistent across obverse and reverse. Reflective cartwheel luster is as to be expected from a high grade proof strike. The perceptible contrast between the devices and the reflective fields make the Cameo designation appropriate. Surface preservation is spectacular with mint frost well distributed across the devices. Strike is hammered. Only 1,700 business strikes were made, exerting added pressure on nice proofs such as this example. Housed in 2015 style PCGS holder with CAC approval. Another fine offering from the Winesteven Collection.
3Cent Nickel  1884 1884
PF53 NGC
2704120001
Original $200 Proof Strike, Light Wear, Obverse Planchet Delamination, Fairly Graded, Malvern Collection. This proof strike has seen circulation and spots light wear on the major devices. A nearly horizontal delamination streak across the lower bust is visible under 10x loupe and on the GFRC images. Housed in new large font NGC holder. From the Malvern Collection.
3Cent Nickel  1884 1884
AU55
PCGS
81939455
Choice $5750 New April 1! Series Key Date, Choice Original Surfaces, Residual Satiny Luster, Accurately Graded, Attractive Example, Malvern Collection. 1884 Philadelphia strikes offer the second-lowest mintage among three cent nickels (1,700 coins, behind only the 188 with 1,000 strikes). However, the 1884 date has a much lower survival rate and ranks as the series key circulation strike date. This outstanding near gem original AU example has seen limited circulation with not with no abrasions whatsoever. The devices are well struck, showing only the slightest bit of wear. The reverse strike is hammered with all vertical lines in the Roman III digits separate by deep groves. Steel-gray satiny luster is immediately evident under a light source. CAC has only approved 16 total pieces for the date. Population 1 in AU55 with only two mint state exampes finer. Housed in 2015 style PCGS holder with CAC approval. A very important offering for those enjoying ownership of United States coinage key dates.