Search Criteria:
Collection Session
Classification              
Keyword (Title/Description) Year Range                   Grade Range Mint Mark Lot#    
-    -  
Page Size:
1
Low 1, Rulau HT.1, DeWitt AJACK 1832-1. Type I. Small Head. Rarity-6.  EF
Low 1, Rulau HT.1, DeWitt AJACK 1832-1. Type I. Small Head. Rarity-6. EF   
A gorgeous specimen, nice rich brown in color with clear fields. Reverse slightly off center to the upper right. This is probably the most "common" of the three head types.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$10,350.00
2
L.1, HT.3, DeW.AJACK 1832-1. Type II. Aged Head. R-7.  CH AU
L.1, HT.3, DeW.AJACK 1832-1. Type II. Aged Head. R-7. CH AU   
Light brown with much original mint red color and luster around the letters. Typical reverse weakness at 2 o'clock. Possibly the finest known specimen. This is the Aged Head variety with four hair locks on the top of his head raised upward and quite ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CH AU
Price Realized:
$40,250.00
3
L.1, HT.3, DeW.AJACK 1832-1. Type II. Aged Head. R-7.  ABT EF
L.1, HT.3, DeW.AJACK 1832-1. Type II. Aged Head. R-7. ABT EF   
A second. This piece is a slightly lighter brown than the preceding. Typical reverse softness in the upper right portion of the wreath. Good quality overall. A duplicate of this rare token could only occur with the depth of the Ford collection.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
ABT EF
Price Realized:
$5,175.00
4
 L.1, HT. 2, DeW.AJACK 1832-1. Type III. Scowling Head. R-8.  CH VF
L.1, HT. 2, DeW.AJACK 1832-1. Type III. Scowling Head. R-8. CH VF   
Light brown in color on both sides. Surfaces show some minor roughness, a couple of light scratches on the back, one small nick on Jackson's forehead, some traces of verdigris. The forelocks on Jackson's head are shown smoothed downward and his expre...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CH VF
Price Realized:
$9,775.00
5
L.2, HT.4, DeW.CE1834-28. Brass. R-8.  VF
L.2, HT.4, DeW.CE1834-28. Brass. R-8. VF   
nearly choice. Unholed. Good, deep brassy brown color on the surfaces, lighter on the devices and letters of the legends. Reverse slightly granular with a few minor planchet defects. This is the "granddaddy'' of Hard Times Tokens, long believed to be...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF
Price Realized:
$83,375.00
6
L.3, HT.5, DeW.1834-29. Brass.  CH AU
L.3, HT.5, DeW.1834-29. Brass. CH AU   
With much original lustre and lovely color. ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT. There are several typical areas of weakness on the reverse.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CH AU
Price Realized:
$920.00
7
L.3, HT.5, DeW.1834-29. Brass. A second.  EF
L.3, HT.5, DeW.1834-29. Brass. A second. EF   
Surfaces quite granular, much apparent tooling. Ford thinks this is a cast but the piece rings like a bell and we respectfully disagree. Typical reverse weakness.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$431.25
8
L.3, HT.5, DeW.1834-29. Brass. A third.  VF
L.3, HT.5, DeW.1834-29. Brass. A third. VF   
Typical reverse weakness but there are tantalizing hints of faded mint lustre around the rims. Typical reverse weakness.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF
Price Realized:
$253.00
9
L.3, HT.5, DeW.1834-29. Brass. A fourth.  AU
L.3, HT.5, DeW.1834-29. Brass. A fourth. AU   
Fields somewhat granular, spot of corrosion at lower right on the obverse. Typical reverse weakness.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU
Price Realized:
$402.50
10
L.4, HT.6, DeW.1834-27. Brass.  AU
L.4, HT.6, DeW.1834-27. Brass. AU   
Nice, rich brassy yellow and brown with some lustre remaining. ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U. S.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU
Price Realized:
$402.50
11
L.4, HT.6, DeW.1834-27. Brass.  AU
L.4, HT.6, DeW.1834-27. Brass. AU   
A second. Slightly darker in shade than the preceding but also with some luster around the letters. The reverse gives the date of Jackson's election as 1829 while it was actually 1828.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU
Not Sold
12
L.4, HT.6, DeW.1834-27. Brass.  CH EF
L.4, HT.6, DeW.1834-27. Brass. CH EF   
A third. Bright, brassy yellow, considerable flash in the obverse fields but some old fingerspots visible. Weak borders. Lightly cleaned, tooled in the fields.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CH EF
Price Realized:
$316.25
13
L.4A, HT.6A. Silvered brass. R-6.  AU
L.4A, HT.6A. Silvered brass. R-6. AU   
A real gemmy looking piece, extremely sharp and with unspoiled fields. The silvering is nearly complete on both sides and the rims were struck up very sharp for the variety. Rare.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU
Price Realized:
$1,092.50
14
L.4B, HT.6B. Copper. R-7.  F
L.4B, HT.6B. Copper. R-7. F   
Good, rich brown color on both sides with some tantalizing suggestions of old mint luster around the rims. Very weak borders, reverse nick at 9 o'clock. Evenly worn. Very rare struck in copper.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F
Price Realized:
$287.50
15
L.5, HT.7, DeW.AJACK 1832-3. Brass. Large shield variety. R-5. Broad reeded edge. Medal turn.  AU
L.5, HT.7, DeW.AJACK 1832-3. Brass. Large shield variety. R-5. Broad reeded edge. Medal turn. AU   
Lustrous. ANDREW JACKSON. The size of the shield on Low 5 is larger than that on Low 5A, although this is not always obvious. The acorn on the reverse under the N of ORLEANS is under the right leg of N. All of these large shield varieties appear to b...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU
Price Realized:
$805.00
16
L.5, HT.7, DeW.AJACK 1832-3. Brass. Large shield variety. R-5. Broad reeded edge. Medal turn.  EF
L.5, HT.7, DeW.AJACK 1832-3. Brass. Large shield variety. R-5. Broad reeded edge. Medal turn. EF   
A second. Deeper, more golden brass color. Light marks.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$517.50
17
L.5, HT.7, DeW.AJACK 1832-3. Brass. R-5. Large shield variety. Broad reeded edge. Medal turn.  VF
L.5, HT.7, DeW.AJACK 1832-3. Brass. R-5. Large shield variety. Broad reeded edge. Medal turn. VF   
Darker brass color, some verdigris.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF
Price Realized:
$402.50
18
L.5A, HT.8. Brass. R-6. Small shield variety. Fine straight reeded edge. Coin turn.  CH EF
L.5A, HT.8. Brass. R-6. Small shield variety. Fine straight reeded edge. Coin turn. CH EF   
ANDREW JACKSON. Some tarnish with minor flan clip at 11 o'clock. Acorn points to the right leg of N in ORLEANS.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CH EF
Price Realized:
$517.50
19
L.5A, HT.8. Brass. R-6. Small shield variety. Fine straight reeded edge. Coin turn.  CH EF
L.5A, HT.8. Brass. R-6. Small shield variety. Fine straight reeded edge. Coin turn. CH EF   
Larger flan clip at 1:00 o'clock.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CH EF
Price Realized:
$546.25
20
L.6, HT.14, DeW.CE 1834-1. Brass. R-5. Coarse, rope-like reeding.  CH AU
L.6, HT.14, DeW.CE 1834-1. Brass. R-5. Coarse, rope-like reeding. CH AU   
Dark brassy brown in color. Some mint luster around the lettering. WHIGS OF N. Y. Unsigned but attributed to Robert Lovett, Sr. This is the popular Whig Victory issue, celebrating the victory of the New York Whig Party in the 1834 election.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CH AU
Price Realized:
$488.75
21
L.6, HT.14, DeW.CE 1834-1. Brass. R-5. Coarse, rope-like reeding.  AU
L.6, HT.14, DeW.CE 1834-1. Brass. R-5. Coarse, rope-like reeding. AU   
A second example. Bright brassy yellow in color with signs of shift doubling on both sides. Small mint clip.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU
Price Realized:
$517.50
22
L.6, HT.14, DeW.CE 1834-1. Brass. R-5. Coarse, rope-like reeding.  CH VF
L.6, HT.14, DeW.CE 1834-1. Brass. R-5. Coarse, rope-like reeding. CH VF   
A third. Bright yellow brass color, old obverse fingerspot, minor reverse scratches.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CH VF
Price Realized:
$373.75
23
L.6, HT.14, DeW.CE 1834-1. Brass. R-5. Coarse, rope-like reeding.  VF
L.6, HT.14, DeW.CE 1834-1. Brass. R-5. Coarse, rope-like reeding. VF   
A fourth. Slightly deeper yellow brass color.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF
Price Realized:
$373.75
24
L.6A, HT.14C. Silver, struck over a Bust Quarter. R-8. 6.71 gms.  GEM UNC
L.6A, HT.14C. Silver, struck over a Bust Quarter. R-8. 6.71 gms. GEM UNC   
Lovely, original coin silver gray color with attractive and natural iridescent blue toning. WHIGS OF N. Y. The overstrike is obvious, portions of UNITED STATES are legible on the obverse (large size undertype's date unreadable). Excessively rare. A s...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
GEM UNC
Price Realized:
$17,250.00
25
L.6B, HT unlisted. Feuchtwanger's metal.  VF
L.6B, HT unlisted. Feuchtwanger's metal. VF   
WHIGS OF N. Y. Light gray color on both sides. Heavy planchet defect along the rim at the bottom of the obverse with missing metal. A few minor pinhole nicks, light flaws on the base of the reverse. This is a completely unknown specimen struck in an ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF
Price Realized:
$5,750.00
Login To Bid