his very short-lived series followed the Seated Liberty design of the era. Twenty Cent Pieces were struck from 1875 to 1878 with 1877 and 1878 being rare proof-only Twenty Cent Pieces. Philadelphia, Carson City and the San Francisco Mint all struck Twenty Cent Pieces.
The 1876-CC is the ‘key’ to a complete Twenty Cent Piece collection. 10,000 coins were struck but almost all were melted at the Carson City Mint. Today, a decent example of this rare Twenty Cent Piece easily fetches $100,000!
Precise detail with nice reflective proof surfaces and an attractive almond-gold hue.
Sharp detail and problem-free with nice gunmetal gray surfaces with a trace of luster and a touch of gold at the rim. Just about perfect for the grade! Only 36,910 minted.
A well-worn but attractive example of this scarce date.
A pleasing problem-free example of this better date.
A very pleasing, well detailed coin with remnants of mint luster and nice light steel-gray surfaces.
Frosty mint luster with light toning and an incredibly sharp strike.
Sharply struck with lustrous surfaces that are blanketed with deep multi-colored toning. The reverse has highly reflective semi proof-like surfaces. Only 14,640 minted.
A gorgeous coin with frosted white design features and deep mirrored fields. A touch of gold at the rim beautifully frames this coveted rarity. A proof-only date with a mintage of just 510.
Incredible blast white surfaces and a needle-sharp strike. A nearly perfect example of this rare proof-only date which had a mintage of just 600 coins. Only 2 have graded higher at NGC with a single coin higher at PCGS.
CAC. A very attractive lightly circulated proof with nearly full detail and nice problem-free surfaces. This scarce proof-only issue had a mintage of just 600 coins.
The last date for the series and a proof-only issue with just 600 minted. This is a very desirable example with highly reflective brilliant proof fields and a nice amount of frost on the devices.
Frosty white design elements contrast nicely against the deep mirrored fields on this rare proof-only Twenty Cent Piece. There's just a trace of gold at the rim to accent this beauty!