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1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree sixpence. Noe-22. Rarity-5. EF-45
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree sixpence. Noe-22. Rarity-5. EF-45   
20.3 x 22.0 mm, ovoid. 34.0 grains. An exceptionally attractive and well-struck specimen of this underappreciated fractional issue. Glossy dark gray with highlights of silver gray and tan and some suggestions of lustre. Nicely centered, coined with t...
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Raw
Grade:
EF 45
Price Realized:
$29,900.00
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1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree seven pence. Noe-2. Rarity-5. AU-50
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree "seven pence." Noe-2. Rarity-5. AU-50   
22.3 mm. 41.5 grains. A most unusual high-grade specimen, thoroughly clipped during its useful life to approximately 60% of its original weight, perhaps to circulate as a heavy sixpence or a sevenpence coin. Beautiful dark gray with pale blue and sil...
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Raw
Grade:
AU 50
Price Realized:
$2,990.00
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(ca. 1667-69) Saint Patrick's farthing. Breen-208. Nothing below king. G-6
(ca. 1667-69) Saint Patrick's farthing. Breen-208. Nothing below king. G-6   
77.5 grains. 23.6 mm. Dark brown fields contrast with lighter brown devices. Fairly granular on both sides, the side with the king shows a bold and complete FLOREAT along with harp, king, and crown, though the splash entirely blends in. The other sid...
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Raw
Grade:
G 6
Price Realized:
$115.00
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1722 Rosa Americana penny. Breen-116. Uncrowned rose. VF-35
1722 Rosa Americana penny. Breen-116. Uncrowned rose. VF-35   
118.1 grains. 27.0 mm. Deep golden brown with finely granular surfaces on both sides, as often seen on this issue. Good detail and overall eye appeal, both sides trivially off-center to 3:00. A light abrasion is noted under IA of GRATIA, old scrape u...
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Raw
Grade:
VF 35
Price Realized:
$287.50
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1723 Rosa Americana penny. Breen-121. Crowned rose. EF-40
1723 Rosa Americana penny. Breen-121. Crowned rose. EF-40   
121.5 grains. 25.8 mm. Well defined devices on chocolate brown surfaces. Evenly granular on both sides but still showing good aesthetic appeal. Some darker toning around devices, a few pits on lower left obverse rim. A sharp specimen of a type that s...
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Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$402.50
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1723 Rosa Americana penny. Breen-121. Crowned rose. F-15
1723 Rosa Americana penny. Breen-121. Crowned rose. F-15   
119.0 grains. 26.0 mm. Mottled dark brown with good gloss despite some extremely fine granularity. Golden brassy color shows on the obverse portrait where a series of fine old pinscratches are seen, some scale under chin, other minor marks and pits. ...
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Raw
Grade:
F 15
Not Sold
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1733 (i.e. 1861) Robinson copy of the Rosa Americana twopence. Kenney-4. Brass. MS-60
"1733" (i.e. 1861) Robinson copy of the Rosa Americana twopence. Kenney-4. Brass. MS-60   
34.1 mm. 270.1 grains. A lovely example, with glossy olive and golden surfaces that retain some prooflike appeal. Some minor spotting and trivial hairlines noted only under a glass, but very attractive and unusually boldly struck—the details at centr...
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Raw
Grade:
MS 60
Price Realized:
$632.50
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Four-piece date set of Wood's Hibernia halfpence, including the 1723/2 overdate
Four-piece date set of Wood's Hibernia halfpence, including the 1723/2 overdate   
* 1722. Harp to left. Very Fine-30 or so, but granular from burial * 1723/2. Fine-15 and pleasing * 1723. Very Fine-30, some rim bruises * 1724. Very Fine-20, a bit rough. Interesting die crack at date. (Total: 4 pieces)
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Price Realized:
$264.50
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1723 Wood 's Hibernia halfpenny. Breen-157. EF-45
1723 Wood 's Hibernia halfpenny. Breen-157. EF-45   
117.2 grains. 26.2 mm. Nice light golden brown with pleasing eye appeal. Some minor hairlines in the fields, marks commensurate with grade. Interesting crumbling under George's chin, reminiscent of the "Mumps" variety of large cent or the "Goiter" Ne...
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Raw
Grade:
EF 45
Price Realized:
$230.00
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A dozen Wood's Hibernia pieces representing both denominations and several die varieties
A dozen Wood's Hibernia pieces representing both denominations and several die varieties   
* 1723 Wood's Hibernia halfpence (9). Sharpness grades range from Very Good to Very Fine, though most are somewhat rough and some show minor problems. An interesting if minor off-center piece is included, and various die cracks and breaks at peripher...
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Price Realized:
$506.00
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1694 (i.e. 1869) Bolen copy of the Carolina Elephant token. Kenney-5, Musante JAB-33. Copper. MS-60
"1694" (i.e. 1869) Bolen copy of the Carolina Elephant token. Kenney-5, Musante JAB-33. Copper. MS-60   
27.0 mm. 165.4 grains. One of Bolen's most famous copies, struck during the heyday of early American collecting just after the Civil War. Good cartwheel lustre frames chocolate brown surfaces, with abundant mint color remaining at central reverse. So...
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Raw
Grade:
MS 60
Price Realized:
$862.50
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1766 Pitt token. Breen-251, Betts-519. Silvered. VF-20
1766 Pitt token. Breen-251, Betts-519. Silvered. VF-20   
28.0 mm. 77.3 grains. Pleasing light brown with silver-gray tinning or "silvering" still remaining around most designs and legends. An appealing piece despite significant wear. All legends remain complete but for OF at 3:00 on the reverse, which is s...
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Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$977.50
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Six-coin assortment of desirable early American types
Six-coin assortment of desirable early American types   
* French Colonies. 1721-H 9 deniers. La Rochelle Mint. Very Good-8. Glossy chocolate brown with excellent reverse detail, but soft and striated at lower obverse * 1773 Virginia halfpenny. About Good-3. Granular, central designs visible * 1787 New Jer...
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Price Realized:
$287.50
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French colonies. 1722/1 H 9 deniers. La Rochelle mint. Breen-262. VF-30
French colonies. 1722/1 H 9 deniers. La Rochelle mint. Breen-262. VF-30   
106.4 grains. 25.9 mm. A bold example of a type that saw wide circulation in North America. Light golden brown with a few areas of deeper toning. Very sharp with all legends and design elements bold, overdate characteristic plain to the naked eye. Wh...
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Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$230.00
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1783 Nova Constellatio copper. Crosby 3-C. Small US, Blunt Rays. EF-40
1783 Nova Constellatio copper. Crosby 3-C. Small US, Blunt Rays. EF-40   
130.4 grains. 27.3 mm. Rich dark chocolate brown with excellent gloss despite an area of granularity in the lower right obverse. Good sharpness and detail on both sides, minor vertical scratch left of US. An attractive type coin.
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Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$632.50
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1786 Vermont copper. Ryder-6. VERMONTENSIUM. F-15
1786 Vermont copper. Ryder-6. VERMONTENSIUM. F-15   
A wholly presentable example from the popular Vermont landscape series. The planchet is a trifle dark and lightly granular but there are none of the major planchet voids or heavy porosity that so often plague the issue. All of the mottos and design e...
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Raw
Grade:
F 15
Not Sold
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Pair of desirable 1787 Connecticut copper varieties
Pair of desirable 1787 Connecticut copper varieties   
* Miller 6.1-M. Rarity-1. Laughing Head. Very Fine-30, but the surfaces are rather granular. Consistent golden olive, retoned from a now long distant cleaning and quite pleasing overall. A sharp specimen * Miller 33.43-hh.2. Rarity-5+. Draped Bust Le...
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Price Realized:
$483.00
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1787 Connecticut copper. M. 8-O. Rarity-3. Tallest Head. Mailed Bust Left. VF-35
1787 Connecticut copper. M. 8-O. Rarity-3. Tallest Head. Mailed Bust Left. VF-35   
150.1 grains. 28.2 mm. An especially appealing example of this distinctive variety. Rich glossy dark tan, a bit deeper across the reverse and at peripheries. Excellent visual appeal, sharp definition in the unique obverse portrait that makes this var...
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Raw
Grade:
VF 35
Price Realized:
$862.50
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1787 Connecticut copper. M.33.17-r.1. Rarity-1. EF-45 (NGC)
1787 Connecticut copper. M.33.17-r.1. Rarity-1. EF-45 (NGC)   
Deep golden tan surfaces devoid of marks save for those in the planchet when struck, notably across the obverse effigy; none of these marks are serious or distracting to the unaided eye. Some small patches of black scale present, especially on the re...
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NGC
Grade:
EF 45
Not Sold
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1787 New Jersey copper. Maris-6D. Rarity-2. VF-35
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris-6D. Rarity-2. VF-35   
139.9 grains. 29.0 mm. A sharp and even specimen, exhibiting dark steel brown over finely granular surfaces. The reverse is sharper than the obverse, typical of the variety, though on this piece the reverse surfaces are also closer to smooth than on ...
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Raw
Grade:
VF 35
Price Realized:
$172.50
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1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 46-e. Rarity-1. VF-35
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 46-e. Rarity-1. VF-35   
141.8 grains. 27.6 mm. Nice glossy light to medium brown. A very attractive example, struck from the heavily clashed and damaged late state of the dies that is often seen. The bulge over the date is substantial, but the grade of this coin is high eno...
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Raw
Grade:
VF 35
Price Realized:
$207.00
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1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 60-p. Rarity-4+. PLURIBS. VF-20
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 60-p. Rarity-4+. PLURIBS. VF-20   
148.2 grains. 31.1 mm. A highly collectible specimen of this scarce and distinctive variety. Even and appealing dark steel brown with a measure of gloss. At least Very Fine at the peripheries though softer at centers, as is typical; PLURIBS is nice a...
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Raw
Grade:
VF 20
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1787 Massachusetts half cent. Ryder 4-B. Rarity-5. MS-63
1787 Massachusetts half cent. Ryder 4-B. Rarity-5. MS-63   
24.2 mm. 79.7 grains. An utterly beautiful Massachusetts copper with surface quality that is rarely encountered in this series. Magnificent even light brown with superb and thorough frosty lustre. Boldly struck with a full broad rim of denticles arou...
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Raw
Grade:
MS 63
Price Realized:
$9,775.00
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1787 Massachusetts cent. Ryder 4-C. Rarity-4-. Bowed Head. VF-20
1787 Massachusetts cent. Ryder 4-C. Rarity-4-. Bowed Head. VF-20   
137.2 grains. 28.8 mm. Glossy dark chocolate brown over microscopically granular surfaces. Extremely pleasing in hand for the grade assigned, though some minor marks and several minimal rim bruises are seen. Some very minor surface roughness is noted...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$299.00
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1788 Massachusetts half cent. Ryder 1-B. Rarity-1. MS-63
1788 Massachusetts half cent. Ryder 1-B. Rarity-1. MS-63   
23.7 mm. 76.7 grains. A simply exquisite specimen, one whose lustre and color sets it apart from other high-grade specimens of this relatively easy to acquire variety. Rich frosty lustre encircles both sides, with abundant mint color remaining around...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 63
Price Realized:
$6,900.00
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