Bust Dimes
We recently acquired a nice 1802 dime in PCGS VG-10 which is a choice original.  We also have an 1809 in PCGS G-6, an 1814 Small Date in PCGS VF-20, an 1821 JR-2 in PCGS VF-20 and one in Good-5, an 1822 in PCGS G-4, an 1824/2 JR-2, an 1825 JR-5 in PCGS F-12, one of the rare 1833 JR-3's, an 1833 JR-7 in NGC AU-58, plus several other Bust dimes in collector grades.  Many of these coins would be of interest to collectors with a budget.

We also have the new book Bust Dime Variety Identification Guide, by Winston Zack, Louis Scuderi, and Michael Sherrill.  See our Books page to order this great book with free shipping.
1802 JR-2 R5 PCGS Gen., Good det., bent
A decent low-grade example of this rare early date. I didn't see a bend before I sent it to PCGS, so I don't know exactly where it is. Was $1,900.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,750
1820 JR-12 NGC AG-3
Was $495. Not as much of the date shows compared with the PCGS coin.
Price Reduced
Price: $400
1827 JR-14 R8 PCGS VG-8 - - NOT FOR SALE
A nice no-problem example of this ultra-rare die marriage with only TWO known. Found by collector Bob Feldman, who is the proud owner. NOT FOR SALE!!!
Price: $0
1831 JR-4 R2 VG-8
Price: $45
1832 JR-2 R2 VG-10 pinscrs, dark, clnd & retoned
Price: $30
1832 JR-3 R-3 G-4
Coin has retained cud at (AMERIC)A and top two arrows.
Price: $95
1833 JR-7 Reiver NGC AU-58
The recently issued Bust Dime Variety Identification Guide notes that the JR-7 is difficult to find above VF, although at least three Mint State examples are known. an MS-62 sold for $11,500 last year.
Price: $5,950