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1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 33.17-r.1. Rarity-1. Draped Bust Left. VF-20 (PCGS)
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 33.17-r.1. Rarity-1. Draped Bust Left. VF-20 (PCGS)   
Dark steel contrasts with ruddy lighter brown on high points of the design. Very finely granular throughout with a few occasional pits, nice full bold date, an adequate type coin for this issue.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$575.00
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1783 Washington and Independence copper. Breen-1193, Baker-3. Rarity-1. PR-62 BN (NGC)
1783 Washington and Independence copper. Breen-1193, Baker-3. Rarity-1. PR-62 BN (NGC)   
Light golden brown and orange, a bit deeper on the reverse. A pleasing specimen, lightly cleaned long ago and showing some hairlines, but attractive to the eye and showing no other major flaws. This issue is always popular with collectors, especially...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 62 BN
Price Realized:
$661.25
3
1855 L1C N-4. Rarity-1. MS-65 RD (NGC)
1855 L1C N-4. Rarity-1. MS-65 RD (NGC)   
Rich autumnal orange surfaces show strong cartwheel lustre. An old stain persists in the lower left obverse field, but no serious flyspecks are seen—a tradeoff many would be happy to make with this hoard variety. A nice-looking specimen for a type se...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 65 RD
Not Sold
4
1856 L1C N-5. Rarity-5-. PR-65 BN (NGC)
1856 L1C N-5. Rarity-5-. PR-65 BN (NGC)   
A lovely Proof specimen of the Newcomb-5 variety, which is known only in Proof format, increasing its desirability and market demand. The coin is superbly struck with every detail sharply delineated. Both obverse and reverse are rich light brown with...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 65 BN
Not Sold
5
1856 1C Flying Eagle. PR-63 (NGC)
1856 1C Flying Eagle. PR-63 (NGC)   
Snow-9. Deep golden brown with distinctive rose and pale violet iridescence on both sides. Boldly struck, which is not often the case for this issue. A popular small cent rarity, indeed, among the most popular of all small cent issues-ask any Flying ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 63
Not Sold
6
1856 1C Snow-9. Flying Eagle. PR-62 (PCGS)
1856 1C Snow-9. Flying Eagle. PR-62 (PCGS)   
A very well struck and attractive example. The surfaces are medium gold on both sides. There are some tiny scratches on the obverse field at upper left, no doubt causing this piece to be called Proof-62 instead of, say, Proof-64. If there is an advan...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 62
Not Sold
7
1859 1C MS-65 (PCGS)
1859 1C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Sparkling golden surfaces with rich lustre and a strong strike. A one-year-only design type, without Federal shield at top of wreath on the reverse; the wreath was changed and the shield added in 1860, remaining thus until the end of the series in 19...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$2,875.00
8
1859 1C MS-65 (NGC)
1859 1C MS-65 (NGC)   
Hailing from the Foxfire Collection, a type set put together by a consummate numismatist in the Midwest, this coin was selected years ago not only for its grade but also its sharpness of striking, overall quality, and eye appeal. Light yellow gold su...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
9
1865 1C PR-64 RD (PCGS)
1865 1C PR-64 RD (PCGS)   
A well struck example with light yellow orange surfaces. A few flecks here and there are typical. Attractive overall.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 64 RD
Price Realized:
$1,610.00
10
1868 1C MS-64 RD (PCGS)
1868 1C MS-64 RD (PCGS)   
Well struck and with beautiful lustre. Virtually full "RD" save for a few flecks. Under current grading practices this piece is properly attributed. The coin is attractive and seems to be a good value for the money.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64 RD
Not Sold
11
1873 1C Open 3. MS-66 RB (PCGS)
1873 1C Open 3. MS-66 RB (PCGS)   
A satiny, frosty gem with broadly sweeping underlying lustre. Pale rose, gold, and mint orange dominate the satiny surfaces, with a hint of violet here and there for artistic measure. Tied for finest certified within the RB designation by PCGS. Sharp...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 RB
Price Realized:
$4,140.00
12
1873 1C Open 3. MS-63 RD (PCGS)
1873 1C Open 3. MS-63 RD (PCGS)   
A very nice example in an old PCGS holder, dating back a decade or two. Bright mint color with flecks of magenta and brown. The reverse is orange with magenta. There is something especially appealing about a lustrous Indian Head cent of this era.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 63 RD
Not Sold
13
1875 1C PR-65 RD (PCGS)
1875 1C PR-65 RD (PCGS)   
Brilliant and beautiful, with bright orange gold color. Flecks and specks, often seen in coins at this grade level, are virtually nonexistent. Probably this coin could be called Proof-66 or 67 without serious contradiction.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 65 RD
Price Realized:
$6,900.00
14
1875 1C PR-65 RD (PCGS)
1875 1C PR-65 RD (PCGS)   
Rich mint orange surfaces with fiery bursts of rose and red. Highly reflective surfaces and lightly frosted motifs form a pleasing though modest contrast. A few faint flecks are evident under low magnification, though the unaided eye will find it dif...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 65 RD
Price Realized:
$6,123.75
15
1878 1C MS-64 RD (PCGS)
1878 1C MS-64 RD (PCGS)   
Brilliant and somewhat prooflike. Needle sharp strike. A few tiny flecks are scarcely worthy of mention. This piece by any accounting is a "high end" example within the MS-64 RD grade. We or just about any other dealer would be delighted to pay close...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64 RD
Not Sold
16
1884 1C PR-67 RB (PCGS)
1884 1C PR-67 RB (PCGS)   
A satiny deep red gem with frosted motifs and reflective fields. Warm underlying orange and rose highlights increase the overall beauty of this impressive gem. Only one RB Proof example of the date has been certified at a finer grade than the present...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 67 RB
Price Realized:
$1,840.00
17
1886 1C Variety II. MS-65 RB (PCGS)
1886 1C Variety II. MS-65 RB (PCGS)   
A lovely, lustrous example of the second major variety of the year. Essentially magenta toning with areas of blue over lustrous, well struck surfaces.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65 RB
Price Realized:
$2,070.00
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1901 1C PR-66 RD (PCGS)
1901 1C PR-66 RD (PCGS)   
Largely mint orange on the obverse turning to medium violet on the reverse.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 66 RD
Price Realized:
$2,185.00
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1902 1C PR-66 RD (NGC)
1902 1C PR-66 RD (NGC)   
A gorgeous gem Proof. Shades of rich violet, sea green, and gold dominate the mirror fields and frosty motifs.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66 RD
Not Sold
20
1908-S 1C MS-66 RD (PCGS)
1908-S 1C MS-66 RD (PCGS)   
A satiny gem with expansive lustre and rich mint orange on both sides. A pleasing gem example of our nation's first branch mint coinage within the cent denomination. Some striking weakness seen at the top of the obverse feathers, at the final A in AM...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 RD
Not Sold
21
1909-S V.D.B. 1C MS-64 RD (NGC)
1909-S V.D.B. 1C MS-64 RD (NGC)   
A frosty, satiny specimen, a coin that approaches gem quality in many respects. Lively mint orange tempered on both sides with gold and red highlights. A popular rarity from the first year of the Lincoln cent series. Choice both physically and aesthe...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 64 RD
Price Realized:
$3,450.00
22
1913 1C PR-65 RB (PCGS)
1913 1C PR-65 RB (PCGS)   
Iridescent red, green, and magenta over matte surfaces—probably a better description than simply saying "RB." Nice eye appeal.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 65 RB
Not Sold
23
1919 1C MS-66 RD (PCGS)
1919 1C MS-66 RD (PCGS)   
A sparkling gem with superb lustre and genuinely pleasing eye appeal, literally as choice as the day it left the mint.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 RD
Price Realized:
$483.00
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1919-D 1C MS-65 RD (PCGS)
1919-D 1C MS-65 RD (PCGS)   
Deepening shades of mint orange gather on both sides of this lustrous, satiny gem. Some tiny flecks become obvious under low magnification, though they do not assault the unaided eye. A nice early branch mint Lincoln for your consideration.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65 RD
Not Sold
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1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse. MS-64 RD (PCGS)
1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse. MS-64 RD (PCGS)   
An outstanding representative example of the date and grade combination, an issue that is seldom found in full red. Sparkling lustre supports pale red highlights on vibrant mint orange surfaces. Among the most popular of all small cent issues, a date...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64 RD
Not Sold
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