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!
Richly toned silver-gray surfaces with a slate-blue tint and a touch of gold when tilted under a lamp.
Strong detail and attractive surfaces.
Nearly XF detail. Housed in an older PCGS holder.
Solid detail with gunmetal gray surfaces. Just 36,910 minted.
Pleasing two-toned charcoal and dove-gray surfaces.
Sharp detail and lustrous.
Super flashy blast white luster and a great strike. Blows away the typical MS-62!
Well struck with rich satiny mint luster that shows a splash of golden-green toning.
Blast white luster glistens with an intense satiny finish. Surfaces are ideal and nearly flawless. The strike is razor-sharp and the eye appeal is first-rate. Only 3 coins have graded finer at NGC.
Beautiful original surfaces with a dusting of champagne toning and a touch of turquoise and gold hue. A scarce proof-only issue. Housed in an early PCGS holder.
A stunning example of this rare date with flashy deep mirrored champagne fields that contrast beautifully against the heavily frosted design features. A beautiful Gem with a plus designation that is nearly pristine. Only 600 minted!
Beautiful vibrant surfaces with modest frost on the design and flashy mirrored fields. A delicate champagne-gold tint accents this lovely coin and enhances the wonderful eye appeal. This is a proof-only issue from the final year of the series that saw a mere 600 coins minted!