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1652 Oak Tree Shilling.  F TO VF
1652 Oak Tree Shilling. F TO VF   
or higher. 67.7 gns. Fine to Very Fine. Surfaces are smooth and glossy and are an exquisite lavendergray hue. Planchet is slightly wavy and exhibits the angularly cut edges associated with this variety. The tree on Noe 10 was engraved very shallowly,...
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1652 Oak Tree Shilling. N.11. Cr.6b-E2. Rarity-6.  VF
1652 Oak Tree Shilling. N.11. Cr.6b-E2. Rarity-6. VF   
68.2 gns. Very Fine. Here is a specimen from the same dies as Noe 10, but now the tree has been re-engraved more deeply and properly, ensuring a full impression on coins struck from this die. Surfaces are a pleasing golden-gray in the centers and on ...
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VF
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1652 Oak Tree Sixpence. N.20. Cr.1a-D. Rarity- 6.  CH VF
1652 Oak Tree Sixpence. N.20. Cr.1a-D. Rarity- 6. CH VF   
33.8 gns. Choice Very Fine, or finer. Steely blue-gray tones highlight this dominantly medium-gray specimen. Better centered and much more evenly round than the Hain and Garrett coins, this specimen's legends are fully on the coin and there is only a...
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CH VF
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1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Large Planchet. N.1. Cr.12-I. Rarity-2.  ABT VF
1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Large Planchet. N.1. Cr.12-I. Rarity-2. ABT VF   
65.4 gns. About Very Fine. Noe 1 is the quintessential type coin among the Pine Tree Shillings, as the dies are attractive and well made and the flans used for this variety are generally very broad, as here. Surfaces are a glossy silver-gray and exhi...
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ABT VF
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1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Large Planchet. N.2. Cr.4-F. The Straight Tree. Rarity-5.  VG
1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Large Planchet. N.2. Cr.4-F. The Straight Tree. Rarity-5. VG   
31.6 gns. Very Good. Here is a coin that performed its job in commerce extremely well. Clipped down to just over 40% of statutory weight, this coin continued to circulate extensively, achieving its now smooth, golden-gray appearance. Essentially prob...
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VG
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1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Large Planchet. N.8.2. Cr.-. Rarity-6.  EF
1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Large Planchet. N.8.2. Cr.-. Rarity-6. EF   
71.3 gns. Extremely Fine and an absolutely lovely specimen of this rare variety. Surfaces are very gently worn and smooth, featuring rose-gold and steel blue iridescence among this coin's dominant pearly gray patina. Edges were angularly cut to achie...
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EF
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1652 Pine Tree Shilling. N.11. Cr.2a-A1. Rarity-4.  VF
1652 Pine Tree Shilling. N.11. Cr.2a-A1. Rarity-4. VF   
Retrograde N's. 69.2 gns. Very Fine. Light gold and lavender toning enriches this coin's exquisite medium gray surfaces. Generally well-centered on an ovoid planchet, much of the beaded outer border is still visible on both obverse and reverse. Tree ...
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VF
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1652 Pine Tree Shilling. N.13. Cr.9-G. Rarity-6.  VG
1652 Pine Tree Shilling. N.13. Cr.9-G. Rarity-6. VG   
34.8 gns. Very Good, and exhibiting burgundy-gray surfaces that are uniformly porous, more severely so on the obverse than the reverse. The general consensus is that these are not products of the Boston mint, although the period of manufacture for No...
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VG
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1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Small Planchet. N.15. Cr.24-N. Rarity-5.  ABT VF
1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Small Planchet. N.15. Cr.24-N. Rarity-5. ABT VF   
68.8 gns. About Very Fine. A rich, gray patina defines this coin's surfaces, which also exhibit hints of lighter golden-gray tones. Generally wellcentered but on a diagonally egg-shaped planchet with angular edges, resulting in the loss of the tops o...
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ABT VF
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1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Small Planchet. N.19. Cr.20-L. Rarity-5.  ABT EF
1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Small Planchet. N.19. Cr.20-L. Rarity-5. ABT EF   
71.0 gns. About Extremely Fine. Rich steel and blue gray fields frame lighter golden gray devices to profound effect. An area of iridescent blue clings closely to the surface in the right branches of the tree. Perfectly centered on a round flan with ...
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ABT EF
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1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Small Planchet. N.22. Cr.16-L. Rarity-6.  VF
1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Small Planchet. N.22. Cr.16-L. Rarity-6. VF   
69.9 gns. Very Fine. Deep charcoal gray fields exhibit some microscopic porosity and surround devices and legends that are worn to a lovely light gray hue. In an unusual turn of events for this variety, the obverse is perfectly centered, while the re...
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1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Small Planchet. N.25. Cr.16-O. Rarity-5.  ABT EF
1652 Pine Tree Shilling. Small Planchet. N.25. Cr.16-O. Rarity-5. ABT EF   
70.5 gns. About Extremely Fine. Patinated in deep graphite gray with a bit of rich russet, this specimen exhibits boldly struck devices and legends. Struck slightly off-center on both sides, affecting the tops of only a few letters. A small planchet ...
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ABT EF
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1785 Connecticut copper. Miller 3.4-F.1 (R-3). Mailed Bust Right.  VF
1785 Connecticut copper. Miller 3.4-F.1 (R-3). Mailed Bust Right. VF   
146.7 gns. Very Fine. Surfaces are deep chestnut brown in the fields and a lighter chocolate brown on the generally smooth devices. Surface texture is predominantly smooth and glossy, while close examination reveals some intermittent porosity. Well-c...
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VF
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1785 Connecticut copper. M.4.4-C (R-3). Mailed Bust Right.  VF
1785 Connecticut copper. M.4.4-C (R-3). Mailed Bust Right. VF   
139.0 gns. Very Fine in terms of wear. Some peripheral striking weakness is apparent at the left obverse and corresponding area of the reverse. Shades of well balanced, honest medium brown patina are accompanied by some inevitable streaks in the plan...
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VF
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1787 Connecticut copper. M.11.1-E (R-2). Mailed Bust Left. 133.0 gns.  VF
1787 Connecticut copper. M.11.1-E (R-2). Mailed Bust Left. 133.0 gns. VF   
Very Fine. Rich chestnut brown surfaces exhibit ruddy areas, especially at the central and lower reverse. Generally well struck and smooth, a few old circulation marks can be found on both sides, including a tiny hit below the 'T' of 'ET' on the reve...
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VF
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1787 Connecticut copper. M.14-H (R-3). Arrows at Date variety. Mailed Bust Left.  CH VF
1787 Connecticut copper. M.14-H (R-3). Arrows at Date variety. Mailed Bust Left. CH VF   
153.8 gns. Choice Very Fine. Hard and glossy, dark brown fields surround central devices and legends that are worn to a slightly lighter brown hue. Well centered and blemish-free, this distinct variety with arrows at date features a nearly impercepti...
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CH VF
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1787 Connecticut copper. M.37.13-HH (R-5). Draped Bust Left.  F
1787 Connecticut copper. M.37.13-HH (R-5). Draped Bust Left. F   
A lovely, wholesome Fine example. This evenly worn, medium brown coin displays only minor streaking over otherwise very smooth surfaces. There is some central striking weakness as is to be expected, as well as a few trivial ancient rim bruises, howev...
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F
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1788 Connecticut copper. M.4.1-K (R-5). Mailed Bust Right.  VF
1788 Connecticut copper. M.4.1-K (R-5). Mailed Bust Right. VF   
113.5 gns. Very Fine. Blue-brown surfaces are uniformly porous on this very scarce variety. Not only is this a tough variety, it is one of only a handful of die combinations representing this head style on 1788 dated coins. The coin is struck a bit o...
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VF
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1787 Nova Eborac. Medium Head. Reverse Figure Left. Crosby VIII, 11; Breen 986.  AU
1787 Nova Eborac. Medium Head. Reverse Figure Left. Crosby VIII, 11; Breen 986. AU   
140.9 gns. About Uncirculated from the standpoint of actual wear but surfaces exhibit light, even porosity and a dark greenish brown patina. Hair strands and most laurel leaves in the obverse figure are fully defined, and there is some softness of st...
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AU
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1788 Vermont copper. Ryder 16.  ABT VF
1788 Vermont copper. Ryder 16. ABT VF   
106.9 gns. About Very Fine. Glossy and hard, ruddy brown surfaces are free from any major defects. As usual, the centers are not fully struck up, and the centering is a bit off, cutting off only the bottoms of the date digits. Although Ryder 16 is on...
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ABT VF
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1794 Franklin Press Token. Brilliant Uncirculated. Plain Edge,  BU
1794 Franklin Press Token. Brilliant Uncirculated. Plain Edge, BU   
124.1 grains. Printing press, Latin legend (From it) Spring Learning and Liberty. Shown is the press at which young Benjamin Franklin worked in Lincoln's Fields, London, in 1726. Issued by Watt's Printing Works in the 18th century British tradesmen's...
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BU
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1796 Castorland Medal Restrike. Breen 1062. Choice Brilliant Proof  CH PR
1796 Castorland Medal Restrike. Breen 1062. Choice Brilliant Proof CH PR   
with claims to Gem. Silver, 32.5mm, 11.65 grams. Reeded edge also bears Pointing Hand Privy Mark and word ARGENT of 1860-1879. Struck with the original dies, identified by irregular old-style letters, notably in CASTORLAND below the mural-crowned cit...
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CH PR
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1793 1/2C VF-25
1793 1/2C VF-25   
Very Fine-25. Boldly detailed obverse shows 'I' of LIBERTY over juncture of hair and forehead, reverse wreath shows 16 leaves at right. Reverse center is typically weakly struck but the overall quality of this example of the first date and variety mu...
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VF 25
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1795 1/2C EF-40
1795 1/2C EF-40   
Extremely Fine-40 or better. Handsome Liberty head faces right, cap behind is without a pole. Reverse shows berry just left of bow tie. Struck over cut-down Talbot, Allum & Lee Token and showing AL/ NEW clearly just left of date, OM among the denticl...
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EF 40
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1797 1/2C F-12
1797 1/2C F-12   
Fine-12. This generally pleasing coin is distinquished by lighter, near-tan devices. The strike is a trifle off center, adding to the coin's visual fascination. The obverse shows the head placed too low, with a short pole to the cap. The reverse wrea...
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F 12
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