DLRC #: 1841241 // PCGS #: 9383 Low mintage of only 10,007 coins commemorating the 100th anniversary of the independence of Texas in 1836. General Sam Houston and Stephen Austin, founders of the Republic and State of Texas depicted on reverse. P & S mints also issued in 1935.
DLRC #: 1856841 // PCGS #: 9450 Thick variety of this popular issue made of silver with an octagonal shape. 33,765 were struck in Philadelphia with two varieties - Thick and Thin. Only 6,000 of the Thin variety were issued in 1925.
DLRC #: 1837672 // PCGS #: 85585 This amazingly beautiful piece is tied with one other of this date and only 4 others for the entire type as the finest graded. A true ultra gem in every aspect, the coin is absolutely flawless and deserving of the title of Museum Quality. Wow, this piece is just so extraordinarily special, it's hard to imagine a piece coming off the press with a more spectacular appearance! Mintage of just 875 coins struck in proof format.
DLRC #: 358629 // PCGS #: 8169 Grade: AU * Star *, Strike: 5/5, Surface Quality: 5/5. Obverse of Diana with bow, quiver, Reverse of three horsemen; enemy. Extraordinary. Such sharp detail and so complete a strike that it is destined for a specialist.