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1850 pattern cent. J-124, P-139. Rarity-7-. PR-64 (PCGS)
1850 pattern cent. J-124, P-139. Rarity-7-. PR-64 (PCGS)   
Copper-nickel. Plain edge. Unperforated "holey" cent planchet, denomination and date on obverse, USA and fineness on reverse. Satiny pale golden brown with much the same aesthetic appearance as the copper-nickel Flying Eagle and Indian "white" cent i...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 64
Price Realized:
$3,450.00
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1850 pattern cent. J-124g, P-145. Rarity-7-. PR-64 (NGC)
1850 pattern cent. J-124g, P-145. Rarity-7-. PR-64 (NGC)   
Nickel. Plain edge. From the "holey" cent obverse die of 1850, but imperforated, reverse from an unfinished die with dentils around border but no lettering or motifs. Bright and lustrous silver gray with rich golden toning. Some reverse flecks are no...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 64
Price Realized:
$4,140.00
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1851 pattern cent. J-127, P-149. Rarity-6-. PR-63 (NGC)
1851 pattern cent. J-127, P-149. Rarity-6-. PR-63 (NGC)   
Billon. Plain edge. Undated. Deep silver gray with lustre in the protected areas. One of the popular annular or "holey" pattern issues from 1851 when billon (a mix of 90% copper, 10% silver) was under careful consideration by the Mint for use in smal...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 63
Not Sold
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1853 pattern cent. J-150, P-178. Rarity-7-. PR-63 (NGC)
1853 pattern cent. J-150, P-178. Rarity-7-. PR-63 (NGC)   
German silver (30% nickel, 63% copper, 7% zinc). Reeded edge. From the obverse die of the quarter eagle of the date, reverse with laurel wreath, ONE CENT on two lines within. A bright and lustrous silver gray specimen with somewhat reflective fields ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 63
Not Sold
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1853 pattern cent. J-151, P-178. Rarity-6-. PR-62 (PCGS)
1853 pattern cent. J-151, P-178. Rarity-6-. PR-62 (PCGS)   
Copper-nickel. Reeded edge. Standard quarter eagle obverse die, reverse with ONE CENT in wreath. Lustrous light gray surfaces, far closer in appearance to a standard issue nickel 3¢ piece than small cents of 1856 to 1864 that are also copper-nickel a...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 62
Not Sold
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1854 pattern cent. J-160, P-187. Rarity-4. PR-65 BN (NGC)
1854 pattern cent. J-160, P-187. Rarity-4. PR-65 BN (NGC)   
Copper. Plain edge. Head of Liberty to left, date below, no stars around, otherwise the same style as the circulating large cents of the date, reverse with small, continuous laurel wreath, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around, ONE CENT, within wreath. A p...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 65 BN
Price Realized:
$1,495.00
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1855 pattern cent. J-171a, P-196. Rarity-8 PR-62 (NGC)
1855 pattern cent. J-171a, P-196. Rarity-8 PR-62 (NGC)   
Copper: 64%; zinc: 17%; nickel: 19%. Plain edge. Medium silver gray with strong lustre in the design elements and pale rose and gold iridescence. Struck from heavily clashed and widely spaced dies; were this coin offered within the realm of "error" c...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 62
Price Realized:
$5,750.00
8
1858 pattern cent. J-208, P-253. Rarity-1. PR-64 (NGC)
1858 pattern cent. J-208, P-253. Rarity-1. PR-64 (NGC)   
Copper-nickel. Plain edge. From the regular dies, both obverse and reverse as adopted in 1859. Highly lustrous with medium rose-gold surfaces. A popular pattern issue, one that is regularly offered and affords a neat entry into the U.S. pattern serie...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 64
Not Sold
9
1858 pattern cent. J-208, P-253. Rarity-1. PR-62 (NGC)
1858 pattern cent. J-208, P-253. Rarity-1. PR-62 (NGC)   
Copper-nickel. Plain edge. Central Date, leaves in clusters of five. Bright and satiny gold with lightly frosted motifs and slightly reflective fields that display warmer golden highlights. The present lot represents a text book example of how frie...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 62
Price Realized:
$2,530.00
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Service:
Raw
Grade:
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1865 pattern cent. J-404, P-473. Rarity-7-. PR-65 (NGC)
1865 pattern cent. J-404, P-473. Rarity-7-. PR-65 (NGC)   
Copper-nickel. Plain edge. Struck from the regular dies of the date; the obverse here answers to Snow-1, Plain 5 Over Fancy 5 and also his Die Trial-2. Bright gold with somewhat satiny fields and frosty motifs. A sharply struck coin with outstanding ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 65
Price Realized:
$5,060.00
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1884 pattern cent. J-1721, P-1929. Rarity-5. PR-66 (PCGS)
1884 pattern cent. J-1721, P-1929. Rarity-5. PR-66 (PCGS)   
Nickel. Plain edge. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and date around center hole on obverse, ONE CENT, two olive sprigs, and shield around hole on reverse. Bright and satiny silver gray with pleasing golden highlights among the motifs and at the rims. The c...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 66
Not Sold
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1868 pattern three cents. J-615, P-680. Rarity-5. PR-66 (PCGS)
1868 pattern three cents. J-615, P-680. Rarity-5. PR-66 (PCGS)   
Nickel. Plain edge. Obverse similar to circulating issue, reverse with agricultural wreath similar to circulating $3 gold coins, Roman numeral denomination (without vertical lines in the numeral uprights). Mirror fields and frosty motifs display a th...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 66
Price Realized:
$2,932.50
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1868 nickel three cents. J-615, P-680. Rarity-5. PR-64 CAMEO (NGC)
1868 nickel three cents. J-615, P-680. Rarity-5. PR-64 CAMEO (NGC)   
Nickel. Plain edge. Die alignment: 360º or medal turn. Frosty motifs and mirrored fields display pale rose highlights. The Pollock reference notes that Tom Delorey feels that the obverse design is probably a regular 17.9 mm nickel three-cent obverse ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 64 CAMEO
Price Realized:
$1,725.00
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1870 pattern three cents. J-799, P-886. Rarity-7-. PR-64 BN (NGC)
1870 pattern three cents. J-799, P-886. Rarity-7-. PR-64 BN (NGC)   
Copper. Reeded edge. Obverse with William Barber’s Liberty seated left, paired with the regular issue reverse for the three-cent silver. Uniform deep chocolate brown surfaces, nicely struck and with most design features sharp. One of the many enigmat...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 64 BN
Price Realized:
$5,865.00
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1866 pattern nickel. J-462, P-536. Rarity-7-. PR-64 BN (NGC)
1866 pattern nickel. J-462, P-536. Rarity-7-. PR-64 BN (NGC)   
Copper. Plain edge. Obverse with portrait of Washington, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around and date below. Denomination within reverse wreath, motto above. Medium brown surfaces with a faint red tint. Gold, steel gray and traces of blue are visible in ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 64 BN
Not Sold
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1866 pattern nickel. J-469, P-561. Rarity-7-. PR-62 RB (PCGS)
1866 pattern nickel. J-469, P-561. Rarity-7-. PR-62 RB (PCGS)   
Bronze. Plain edge. Washington portrait on obverse, with motto IN GOD WE TRUST. Reverse, denomination within wreath, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around. Some original mint brilliance is visible, mostly on the reverse side, and the surfaces offer lovely ...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 62 RB
Not Sold
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1866 pattern nickel. J-490, P-578. Rarity-7-. PR-65 BN (PCGS)
1866 pattern nickel. J-490, P-578. Rarity-7-. PR-65 BN (PCGS)   
Copper. Plain edge. Obverse similar to adopted design, though date divided 18 66 by a ball at the point of the shield. Reverse with "Dutch 5" in wreath, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around. Attractive olive brown with delightful pastel iridescence on bot...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 65 BN
Not Sold
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1866 pattern nickel. J-491, P-578. Rarity-7-. PR-64 BN (PCGS)
1866 pattern nickel. J-491, P-578. Rarity-7-. PR-64 BN (PCGS)   
Bronze. Plain edge. Obverse similar to adopted design, though date divided 18 66 by a ball at the point of the shield. Reverse with "Dutch 5" in wreath, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around. Deep brown surfaces with highlights of lilac and gold. A few sma...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 64 BN
Not Sold
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1866 pattern nickel. J-507, P-591. Rarity-5. PR-66 (NGC)
1866 pattern nickel. J-507, P-591. Rarity-5. PR-66 (NGC)   
Nickel. Plain edge. Obverse as issued for the date and denomination, reverse without rays, as adopted in 1867, and a highly important transitional issue as such. A gleaming cameo gem with frosty pale champagne devices and deeply mirrored fields. The ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66
Not Sold
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1867 pattern nickel. J-561, P-622. Rarity-5. PR-63 (PCGS)
1867 pattern nickel. J-561, P-622. Rarity-5. PR-63 (PCGS)   
Aluminum. Plain edge. Longacre's Feathered Headdress, UNION & LIBERTY obverse design, LONGACRE F. in field below bust, shield and V reverse. Bright and lustrous silver gray with reflective fields and frosty motifs. Sharply struck with hints of golden...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 63
Not Sold
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1867 pattern nickel. J-573, P-649. Rarity-6-. PR-65 BN (PCGS)
1867 pattern nickel. J-573, P-649. Rarity-6-. PR-65 BN (PCGS)   
Copper. Plain edge. Similar to regular issue dies, without rays. Minor reverse variations are noted in the Judd reference, the present example being from Reverse-B, as described in the Pollock reference. Mostly golden brown with traces of deeper brow...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 65 BN
Not Sold
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1868 pattern nickel. J-623, P-692. Rarity-6-. PR-64 (NGC)
1868 pattern nickel. J-623, P-692. Rarity-6-. PR-64 (NGC)   
Nickel. Plain edge. Obverse very similar to that of the circulating nickel three-cent pieces of the date, but here greatly enlarged, reverse with spindly laurel wreath open at top, IN GOD WE TRUST in tiny letters above wreath, denomination expressed ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 64
Price Realized:
$1,150.00
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1871 pattern nickel.1871 pattern nickel. J-1051, P-1185. Rarity-6-. PR-66 BN (NGC)
1871 pattern nickel.1871 pattern nickel. J-1051, P-1185. Rarity-6-. PR-66 BN (NGC)   
Copper. Plain edge. Longacre's head of Liberty, extraordinarily similar to that used on the nickel three-cent pieces of the era, reverse laurel wreath with denomination displayed as V CENTS within the wreath. The V in the denomination is "erroneously...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66 BN
Not Sold
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1881 pattern nickel. J-1672, P-1873. Rarity-6+. PR-64 RB (NGC)
1881 pattern nickel. J-1672, P-1873. Rarity-6+. PR-64 RB (NGC)   
Copper. Plain edge. Obverse, Charles Barber's Liberty Head, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around, date below. Reverse, wreath around denomination V. Surfaces with much original red mint brilliance, and pleasing overtones of lilac and brown when turned in ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 64 RB
Not Sold
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