The Kingdom of Hawaii issued copper cents in 1847 and silver dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollars in 1883. These coins lost their legal tender status in 1900 when Hawaii became a U.S. territory.
Private tokens were also struck starting in 1860 and circulated widely until the end of the century.
CR-4. 15 Berry. Very sharply struck with lustrous chocolate brown surfaces that are attractive and spot-free.
CAC. Well struck and lustrous with considerable mint red with the reverse being nearly full red. 100,000 minted with few survivors that are this nice!
Very attractive medium brown surfaces exhibit a clean spot-free look and a sharp strike.
AU Detail. Cleaned.
Rich lustrous chocolate brown surfaces with a lavender hue and a touch of red. Very nice for the grade!
Sharply struck and lustropus with pleasing surfaces that are minimally abraded and show considerable mint red.
CAC. Just 100,000 minted with PCGS giving a 'Red' designation to just 17 coins and this is the only Red designated coin to gain CAC approval!
Lustrous silver-white surfaces exhibit a sharp strike, a trace of champagne tint, and a nearly mint state appearance.
A lustrous blend of gold and silver-white rests upon lustrous and nearly mint state surfaces. Housed in an old 'blue label' holder.
Original steel-gray surfaces with underlying luster. Very eye appealing.
500,000 minted in San Francisco but most were turned into banks and subsequently melted when Hawaii became a territory in 1900. This is a sharply struck example with vibrant luster, light toning, and fewer marks than typically seen for the grade.
Attractive silver-gray surfaces with solid detail and a clean look. This issue saw a mintage of 500,000 pieces struck in San Francisco. Many pieces were turned in and melted when Hawaii became a U,S. territory in 1900.
Problem-free steel-gray surfaces that exhibit sharp detail. Very attractive!
Well detailed original steel-gray surfaces and a solid strike. Pleasing for the grade.
Lustrous warm steel-gray surfaces and a sharp strike. Housed in an old 'blue label' holder.
Frosty white luster with a touch of light gold and a sharp strike.
The 1883/1383 overdate with a 3 clearly under the first 8. This is a beautiful blast white example housed in an early PCGS holder as simply an 1883.