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1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree Shilling. Noe-7. Rarity-5. EF-45 +
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree Shilling. Noe-7. Rarity-5. EF-45 +   
73.5 grains. A superb example of this elusive Oak Tree variety, finer than both Hain coins, one being the Noe plate piece. Obverse is frosty deep slate gray with silvery highlights, while the reverse is pewter gray with some remaining lustre in prote...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 45 +
Price Realized:
$5,865.00
2
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe-9. Rarity-5. VF-30
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe-9. Rarity-5. VF-30   
69.1 grains. A beautiful Very Fine example of this popular and attractively rendered variety. Fully round, measuring 29.1 mm from both axes, with perfect deep slate gray toning and lighter design elements. A trifle weak at the periphery between 4:00 ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$5,060.00
3
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe-13. Rarity-6. EF-40
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe-13. Rarity-6. EF-40   
70.7 grains. An uncommonly bold specimen of this rare variety, with superb tree detail that vaults it into the EF range. Pleasing antique silver gray with some underlying golden toning. Natural planchet flaw at 6:00 on obverse affects N, located near...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$5,290.00
4
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree sixpence. Noe-22. Rarity-5. VF-35
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree sixpence. Noe-22. Rarity-5. VF-35   
31.7 grains. A bold specimen of this tough-to-find early American type. Lightly toned antique silver gray with excellent visual appeal. Some very light scattered marks are mentioned, old dull nick below second A of MASATHVSETS, some trifling roughnes...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 35
Price Realized:
$3,910.00
5
1662 Massachusetts Oak Tree twopence. Noe-33. Rarity-6. EF-40
1662 Massachusetts Oak Tree twopence. Noe-33. Rarity-6. EF-40   
10.9 grains. A charming specimen of this important type coin, the only Massachusetts silver denomination not authorized by the initial 1652 legislation and thus the only type to feature the 1662 date. Old toning in shades of light blue and pale gold ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$5,290.00
6
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree Shilling. Noe-8. Rarity-3. VF-25
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree Shilling. Noe-8. Rarity-3. VF-25   
69.8 grains. Deep pewter gray with beautiful golden highlights and hints of bluish toning amidst the sedate reverse lustre. Technically finer than the grade we have assigned, but the natural curvature of the planchet has made the central obverse more...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 25
Price Realized:
$4,600.00
7
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree shilling. N-10. Rarity-3. AU-50 (PCGS)
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree shilling. N-10. Rarity-3. AU-50 (PCGS)   
71.0 grains. Attractive deep pewter gray with multicolored undertones. Well centered for this variety with the tops of the letters at the base of the obverse just barely off the planchet and the reverse neatly centered. A few old scrapes are noted at...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 50
Not Sold
8
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree shilling. Noe-18. Rarity-6+. VF-20
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree shilling. Noe-18. Rarity-6+. VF-20   
66.9 grains. Pleasing peripheral toning in pale coppery shades neatly frames even silver gray centers. This piece shows excellent old toning that suggests a long history of appreciation in numismatic cabinets. Smooth and very attractive with no major...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$3,220.00
9
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree shilling. Noe-23. Rarity-6+. F-15 +
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree shilling. Noe-23. Rarity-6+. F-15 +   
or better where fully struck up. 67.3 grains. Antique silver gray with pleasing smooth surfaces. An unusual example, softly struck in areas at the top and bottom of the obverse and reverse but quite bold at left and right. The tree is mostly plain, M...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F 15 +
Price Realized:
$1,610.00
10
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree threepence. Noe-36. Rarity-4. EF-40
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree threepence. Noe-36. Rarity-4. EF-40   
15.8 grains. An incredibly desirable example of this popular type coin. Deep pewter gray with slate blue undertones on smooth, glossy surfaces. A beautiful piece, distinctive for its completeness, as each and every letter is visible on the unusually ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$3,680.00
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1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Nelson-2, Zelinka 4-B. AU-55 (NGC)
1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Nelson-2, Zelinka 4-B. AU-55 (NGC)   
104.8 grains. Glossy chocolate brown with slightly lighter design elements. Mostly smooth, sharp enough that the lapping lines in the obverse die are still visible in the field, a trace of raised verdigris in the left reverse field. Very well made fo...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 55
Price Realized:
$805.00
12
1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Nelson-3, Zelinka 7-E. AU-55 (NGC)
1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Nelson-3, Zelinka 7-E. AU-55 (NGC)   
108.3 grains. The "VOOE" variety. Glossy chocolate brown with slightly darker toning around design elements and peripheries. Smooth and appealing with only some minor, typical planchet fissures. Good detail throughout. Though the VOOE variety is popu...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 55
Price Realized:
$862.50
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1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Nelson-4, Zelinka 2-A. AU-58 (PCGS)
1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Nelson-4, Zelinka 2-A. AU-58 (PCGS)   
108.2 grains. A beautiful specimen of this popular coinage, graded identically by PCGS and Michael Hodder (who termed the piece "Choice About Uncirculated"). Boldly struck and well centered on a broad planchet. Deep olive-brown with excellent surface...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 58
Not Sold
14
French colonies. 1670-A 5 sols. Breen-256. EF-40
French colonies. 1670-A 5 sols. Breen-256. EF-40   
35.0 grains. A beautiful example of one of the only 17th-century silver issues produced explicitly for use in North America, along with Massachusetts silver and Maryland/Lord Baltimore coinages. Attractive medium silver gray with old cabinet toning h...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$4,140.00
15
1783 Nova Constellatio copper. Crosby 2-B. Small US, Pointed Rays. EF-40 (PCGS)
1783 Nova Constellatio copper. Crosby 2-B. Small US, Pointed Rays. EF-40 (PCGS)   
Attractive even dark brown with slightly lighter design elements. A nice quality piece, a little soft at centers as usually seen but exhibiting no significant post striking flaws. The surfaces show some very faint granularity under magnification but ...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$661.25
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1785 Nova Constellatio copper. Crosby 3-B. Large US, Pointed Rays. MS-63 BN (NGC)
1785 Nova Constellatio copper. Crosby 3-B. Large US, Pointed Rays. MS-63 BN (NGC)   
Glossy dark olive-brown with very nice eye appeal. Central eye is softly struck, as often seen, and some light abrasions are noted at the extreme peripheries. A nicely detailed specimen of this popular type.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 63 BN
Price Realized:
$2,357.50
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1788 Massachusetts half cent. Ryder 1-B. Rarity-2. AU-58 (PCGS)
1788 Massachusetts half cent. Ryder 1-B. Rarity-2. AU-58 (PCGS)   
Mottled dark brown with some maroon undertones in the fields. Good central sharpness, a trifle granular at peripheries, dig under left wing. Early die state. A sharp type coin.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 58
Not Sold
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1788 Massachusetts half cent. Ryder 1-B. Rarity-2. AU-58 (NGC)
1788 Massachusetts half cent. Ryder 1-B. Rarity-2. AU-58 (NGC)   
Glossy medium brown with attractive woodgrain toning. A very nice specimen of this popular type, some scattered tiny nicks and a few as-struck pits so common to this issue, short scratch over eagle's tail, some blunt striking on Indian's head. The ey...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 58
Price Realized:
$1,725.00
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1787 Massachusetts cent. Ryder 3-G. Rarity-3-. AU-58 (NGC)
1787 Massachusetts cent. Ryder 3-G. Rarity-3-. AU-58 (NGC)   
Glossy medium brown with smooth surfaces and very choice color. A lovely example, ranking high on any judgment of aesthetic quality. Some scattered nicks may be seen, and a bit of verdigris clings to various design elements. A sharp and well-preserve...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 58
Price Realized:
$1,840.00
20
1788 Massachusetts cent. Ryder 10-L. Rarity-2+. MS-61 BN
1788 Massachusetts cent. Ryder 10-L. Rarity-2+. MS-61 BN   
Highly glossy medium brown with traces of coppery maroon around design elements. A pleasing specimen of this second and final cent emission of the Massachusetts mint, nicely detailed on a good planchet. Some light granularity may be detected with a g...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 61 BN
Price Realized:
$2,760.00
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1788 Massachusetts cent. Ryder 12-M. Rarity-4-. AU-58 (NGC)
1788 Massachusetts cent. Ryder 12-M. Rarity-4-. AU-58 (NGC)   
Mottled woodgrained medium brown with a trace of olive-shaded highlights around design elements. Mostly smooth and glossy, some inherent roughness where the central reverse was not quite struck up, a microscopic patch of pitting right of the arrow sh...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 58
Price Realized:
$2,760.00
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1787 Connecticut copper. M. 4-L. Rarity-1. EF-40 (PCGS)
1787 Connecticut copper. M. 4-L. Rarity-1. EF-40 (PCGS)   
Pleasing medium brown with good gloss and visual appeal. Some very light roughness may be seen with magnification but is not discernable to the naked eye, though a couple of tiny pits are seen below I of INDE and above the olive sprig. Nicely struck,...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$690.00
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1787 Connecticut copper. M. 12-Q. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Left, 1787/1887. VF-25
1787 Connecticut copper. M. 12-Q. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Left, 1787/1887. VF-25   
124.6 grains. A charming specimen of this popular overdate variety, with its die variety painted neatly in the left obverse field by some collector generations ago. Pleasing light to medium brown, smooth and glossy in areas but with two substantial p...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 25
Price Realized:
$345.00
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1787 Connecticut copper. M. 33.8-Z.13. Rarity-5. Draped Bust Left. VF-30
1787 Connecticut copper. M. 33.8-Z.13. Rarity-5. Draped Bust Left. VF-30   
123.2 grains. Mottled dark brown and tan on the obverse, even light brown on the reverse. A sharp example of this rare variety, though the central obverse at the figure's profile is very bluntly struck and some pre-striking marks in this area are app...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Not Sold
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1787 Connecticut copper. M. 33.15-r.1. Rarity-2. VF-35 (NGC)
1787 Connecticut copper. M. 33.15-r.1. Rarity-2. VF-35 (NGC)   
Pleasing light brown with some darker toning around design elements. Mostly smooth and very pleasing for the grade, an excellent VF type coin.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
VF 35
Price Realized:
$230.00
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