Silver Three Cent Pieces were also known as ‘Trimes’ and were minted from 1851 to 1873. They were the smallest United States silver coin.
Non-proof Silver Three Cent Pieces from 1863 to 1872 are rare as nearly the entire production was melted in 1873. 1873 was a scarce proof-only issue and the last year of the Silver Three Cent series with a mintage of just 600 coins.
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Bright flashy mint luster.
Very well struck with satiny mint luster.
A high quality example of this scarce proof which saw a mintage of just 500. This example is nearly flawless with ultra deep mirrored fields which contrast beautifully with heavily frosted design features.
Satiny brilliant luster and a sharp strike.
Well struck and nearly mark-free with flashy crisp white luster.
This second year Three Cent-Nickel saw a proof mintage of just 725 compared to the dates in the 1880's which had mintages of 2,000 to 6,000 pieces! This is one of the finest survivors with super flashy surfaces and heavy frost on the design. The strike is needle-sharp and there are no significant marks.
CAC. Well struck with vibrant white luster and nearly mark-free surfaces.
Extremely well struck with rich frosty mint luster and beautiful clean surfaces. Tied for the finest graded at PCGS.
CAC. Blast white with super deep mirrored fields and heavily frosted design elements. Nearly flawless and a coin that looks like it should have received a 'Cameo' designation!
CAC. Blazing white luster and a great strike.
A solid strike and virtually mark-free with creamy mint luster.
CAC. Flashy white surfaces with strong cameo contrast. The 600 coin proof mintage is the second lowest in the series.
A blast white proof with dramatic contrast between the deep mirrored fields and the heavily frosted design. Super quality with just 2 grading numerically finer at PCGS.
CAC. Pure white frosty luster against deep mirrored fields gives this coin an amazing 'black and white' look. Precisely struck and simply incredible quality!
CAC. Flashy with a sharp strike and deep mirrored fields. Just 1,000 minted.