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.
Well struck with satiny eggshell white luster.
Crisp white luster and a sharp strike with all the shield lines clear on the obverse.
CAC. A silky smooth example from the first year of the series. The strike is solid and rich champagne-gold luster coats virtually flawless surfaces.
CAC. Well struck with essentially flawless surfaces. A bold silver-white patina is accented by very light hues of pinkish-gold. Very attractive!
Well struck and free of significant marks with strong champagne-white luster.
Tooled - AU Details.
Satiny luster and pleasing surfaces on the only New Orleans mint Silver-Three Cent.
Well struck with flashy brilliant luster which is atypical for this better date. The only New Orleans mint Three Cent-Silver.
Pristine and well struck with beautiful blast white luster. Super quality!
Nice original cream-white luster with just a sprinkle of color and nearly flawless surfaces.
CAC. A gorgeous upper-end Premium Gem with thick creamy white luster and pristine surfaces.
Cleaning - UNC details.
Very well struck for a Type-2 'Trime' as these often come very weakly struck. The surfaces are particularly nice and problem-free with vibrant champagne-white luster.
AU-Details - Smoothed.
CAC. Extremely well struck for a 'Type-2' with vibrant luster and nice original surfaces.
Flashy mirrored surfaces with a rich turquoise and gold patina. Just 800 proofs minted.
Cleaning - UNC Details.
A beautiful satiny white Premium Gem. Excellent eye appeal.
Monster quality with spectacular intense cream-white luster and a very sharp strike. Tied for the finest graded at either service and a coin you'll never get tired of owning!