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1863 1C J-299 PR-65 RB
1863 1C J-299 PR-65 RB   
Bronze. Plain edge. Regular issue obverse and reverse design types. The die alignment is 360º as almost always seen for the variety. Struck in bronze, an experiment anticipating the change in alloy which was formally adopted in 1864. The sharp frosty...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 65 RB
Price Realized:
$1,610.00
2
1863 1C J-299 PR-63
1863 1C J-299 PR-63   
Bronze. Plain edge. Die alignment: 360º or medal turn. Deep tan to chocolate brown with deeper tones in the protected areas. Struck from the regular dies of the 1863 cupro-nickel coinage, but here in an alloy that would be adopted in the following ye...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 63
Price Realized:
$862.50
3
1863 2C J-312 PR-64 RB
1863 2C J-312 PR-64 RB   
Bronze (alloy as described below). Plain edge. Both surfaces are about 30% mint red fading to tan. The obverse is similar to the adopted type of 1864 save for the motto. The reverse differs from the adopted type in that the word CENTS is more markedl...
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Raw
Grade:
PR 64 RB
Price Realized:
$1,840.00
4
1863 3C J-319 RESTRIKE PR-65 RD
1863 3C J-319 RESTRIKE PR-65 RD   
Copper. Plain edge. Deeply mirrored fields exhibit full rich mint color, orange-red on the obverse and somewhat toned to deep red-violet at the reverse rims. Positively superb eye appeal and surface quality - the grade, as high as it is, strikes us a...
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Raw
Grade:
PR 65 RD
Not Sold
5
1863 3C J-319 PR-64 BN
1863 3C J-319 PR-64 BN   
Bronze. Plain edge. Mostly chocolate brown surfaces with vivid blue and violet iridescent highlights. Flashes of faded red can be seen around the stars and letters despite the BN designation on the NGC label. As noted above, the obverse motif appears...
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Raw
Grade:
PR 64 BN
Price Realized:
$3,162.50
6
1869 3CN J-676 PR-60
1869 3CN J-676 PR-60   
Nickel. Plain edge. Similar in design to the regular-issue type, but with the diameter increased to approximately that of a contemporary Indian cent; accordingly it's reasonable to infer that the planchets used to coin the variety were probably prepa...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 60
Price Realized:
$977.50
7
1868 5C J-624 PR-65 CAM
1868 5C J-624 PR-65 CAM   
Nickel. Plain edge. Broad planchet. Attractively toned in pastel pearl gray and gold. The devices are frosty, and the fields have a texture that is satiny rather than mirrorlike as is characteristic of many nickel Proofs of the period, Similar in sty...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 65 CAM
Price Realized:
$3,105.00
8
1870 5C J-805 PR-65 BN
1870 5C J-805 PR-65 BN   
Copper. Plain edge. Struck using regular-issue obverse and reverse dies. Both surfaces exhibit chocolate brown toning with blue-green and violet iridescent highlights. Virtually all design features are as sharp as could be desired including the rever...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 65 BN
Price Realized:
$8,050.00
9
1896 5C J-1771 PR-61
1896 5C J-1771 PR-61   
Nickel. Plain edge. The obverse features a shield, while the reverse has the denomination centered in a curved olive sprig. Delicate pewter gray and champagne iridescence. Close examination reveals a few spots, which account for the assigned grade. L...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 61
Price Realized:
$1,840.00
10
1870 H10C J-281 PR-62
1870 H10C J-281 PR-62   
Copper. Reeded edge. Iridescent chestnut, violet, and deep chocolate brown vie for dominance on the surfaces of this copper half dime pattern. A small reverse spot is noted below M in DIME. A very rare issue, this struck from the dies used to produce...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 62
Price Realized:
$4,830.00
11
1871 H10C J-1071 PR-62 BN
1871 H10C J-1071 PR-62 BN   
Copper. Reeded edge. Regular-issue obverse and reverse design types. Chocolate brown toning with some hints of faded red at the periphery. Muted lustre accounts for the assigned grade, but the surface quality is quite nice for the grade. An extremely...
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Raw
Grade:
PR 62 BN
Not Sold
12
1870 10C J-833 PR-62
1870 10C J-833 PR-62   
Chocolate brown with pale sea green highlights. A noticeable fleck at the reverse rim near 9:00 is the only mark of note, otherwise the surfaces are fairly choice. A rare trial issue that is highly favored by specialists within the dime denomination....
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 62
Price Realized:
$1,610.00
13
1870 10C J-852 PR-65 BN
1870 10C J-852 PR-65 BN   
Copper. Plain edge. Obverse with a bust of Liberty facing right. The reverse has the denomination and date in a wreath with STANDARD above. Die rotation about 170º. Appealing gold and brown toning with wisps of fiery mint brilliance at the obverse bo...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 65 BN
Price Realized:
$7,820.00
14
1879 10C J-1584 PR-67
1879 10C J-1584 PR-67   
Silver. Reeded edge. A spectacular gem example virtually as nice as the moment it came off the dies. Beautifully toned in rainbow hues of blue, gold, pink, and lilac. Fully reflective with deeply frosted devices. Some striking softness is noted on th...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 67
Price Realized:
$21,850.00
15
1870 25C J-897 PR-64 RB
1870 25C J-897 PR-64 RB   
Copper. Plain edge. Obverse with a bust of Liberty facing right. The reverse has the denomination and date in a wreath with STANDARD above. The obverse is mostly fiery red, unfaded and spectacular in its brilliance. The reverse is about 50% red fadin...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 64 RB
Price Realized:
$5,290.00
16
1879 25C J-1590 PR-66
1879 25C J-1590 PR-66   
A superlative example of this celebrated rarity. The frosty devices contrast nicely with the blazing mirror fields. Beautifully toned in pastel shades of golden brown, electric blue and violet. Certainly one of the finest we've ever had a chance to e...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 66
Price Realized:
$32,200.00
17
1859 50C J-241 PR-64
1859 50C J-241 PR-64   
A superb strike with virtually all design features about as sharp as could be desired, including the details of Miss Liberty's headdress and the individual kernels of corn on the reverse. Both surfaces are essentially brilliant, with just a whisper o...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 64
Price Realized:
$2,530.00
18
1859 50C J-242 PR-64 BN
1859 50C J-242 PR-64 BN   
Copper. Reeded edge. Mostly attractive golden brown surfaces with some wisps of fiery mint red visible near the obverse border despite the designation on the PCGS label. Distinguished by a spot by 18 in the date, which should serve to identify the sp...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 64 BN
Price Realized:
$2,760.00
19
1865 50C J-430 PR-65 BN
1865 50C J-430 PR-65 BN   
Copper. Reeded edge. Impressively mirrored surfaces toned lovely chocolate brown and exhibiting pale blue and faint golden highlights. Exceptional surface quality, some die finish lines should not be confused with hairlines, spot noted under star 10....
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 65 BN
Price Realized:
$4,830.00
20
1869 50C J-743 PR-65
1869 50C J-743 PR-65   
Silver. Plain edge. The obverse has a capped bust of Liberty facing right. The reverse features the denomination centered in a wreath with STANDARD SILVER above. Exceptionally attractive, toned in vivid shades of gold, pearl gray, and electric blue o...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 65
Price Realized:
$3,910.00
21
1870 50C J-930 PR-64 BN
1870 50C J-930 PR-64 BN   
Copper. Plain edge. Obverse with William Barber's seated figure of Liberty facing left. The reverse has the denomination centered in a wreath with STANDARD above. Mostly chocolate brown surfaces with pale blue and violet iridescent highlights. Wisps ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 64 BN
Price Realized:
$4,140.00
22
1870 50C J-960 PR-65 RB
1870 50C J-960 PR-65 RB   
Copper. Plain edge. Obverse with a bust of Liberty facing right. Liberty is wearing a head band, and a star ornament can be seen at her forehead. The reverse has the date and denomination centered in a wreath, with STANDARD above. The surfaces are do...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 65 RB
Price Realized:
$7,590.00
23
1870 50C J-960 PR-63
1870 50C J-960 PR-63   
Copper. Plain edge. Dark chocolate brown with traces of faded red, warmly and attractively toned in intermingled blue-green and violet hues. Full of eye appeal, a lovely specimen from these dies. Although a trifle of striking softness is noted on the...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 63
Price Realized:
$1,840.00
24
1870 50C J-990 PR-64 RB
1870 50C J-990 PR-64 RB   
Copper. Plain edge. A delightful example, being perhaps 20% mint red changing to golden brown, blue, and violet. A few trivial spots and flecks scattered on both surfaces were probably all that prevented NGC from assigning a considerably higher grade...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 64 RB
Price Realized:
$7,590.00
25
1877 50C J-1512 PR-65
1877 50C J-1512 PR-65   
Silver. Reeded edge. Obverse with a head of Liberty facing left, familiar to virtually all collectors as the design featured on Morgan dollars coined in 1878 and later years. The reverse has a defiant eagle motif that was resurrected in modified form...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 65
Not Sold
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