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7001
Undated (1658-59). Maryland. Lord Baltimore sixpence. Breen-68. EF-45 (PCGS)
Undated (1658-59). Maryland. Lord Baltimore sixpence. Breen-68. EF-45 (PCGS)   
A lovely example with silver-gray surfaces. Evidence of smooth, even wear, but without notable defects, this being a departure from the usual (often these come damaged, sometimes having been used as jewelry). A true find for the advanced colonial spe...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
EF 45
Price Realized:
$18,975.00
7002
1793 L1C S-3. Rarity-3-. Chain, AMERICA. AG-3 (PCGS)
1793 L1C S-3. Rarity-3-. Chain, AMERICA. AG-3 (PCGS)   
The 1793 Chain cent has always been an object of desire. This is one of relatively few dates and types of United States coins that can be readily identified even if the date has been worn away, this being the case here. On the present piece much of t...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AG 3
Price Realized:
$4,370.00
7003
1872 1C VG-8 (ANACS)
1872 1C VG-8 (ANACS)   
Medium brown surfaces. Scattered marks as expected. Bold features within the compass of the grade assigned, with some tips of LIBERTY visible, reflective of today's grading interpretation. Time was when at least three letters of the word needed to be...
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
VG 8
Price Realized:
$161.00
7004
1892 1C MS-65 RB (PCGS)
1892 1C MS-65 RB (PCGS)   
Warm orange blended with faded brown. Very well struck, with excellent detail including on the feather tips. We have long held that the categories of BN and RB, completely overlooked by investors, offer especially good values for serious numismatists...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65 RB
Price Realized:
$391.00
7005
1908-S 1C AU-50 BN (PCGS)
1908-S 1C AU-50 BN (PCGS)   
Medium brown color. Nicely struck. A pleasing example of the first minor coin struck at a branch mint.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 50 BN
Not Sold
7006
1909-S V.D.B. 1C VF-20 (PCGS)
1909-S V.D.B. 1C VF-20 (PCGS)   
Medium brown color on both sides. Some marks, including on the chin, have been factored in by PCGS. This is the date and mintmark of Lincoln cent that just about everyone wants, but which only a small minority can actually ever own.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$920.00
7007
1883 5C No CENTS. MS-65 (NGC)
1883 5C No CENTS. MS-65 (NGC)   
A lovely specimen with rich lustre on both sides, accented by splashes of delicate gold toning. Some microscopic die cracks are seen on both sides and lend interest to specialists. Some lightness of striking is seen on the reverse, as usual, but not ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$253.00
7008
1899 5C MS-65 (PCGS)
1899 5C MS-65 (PCGS)   
A very nice example with delicate toning over satiny lustre. Full details, which on a Liberty Head nickel includes hair details, star centers, and that great nemesis, the kernels on the ear of corn to the left of the ribbon bow. Nice eye appeal adds ...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7009
1900 5C MS-66 (PCGS)
1900 5C MS-66 (PCGS)   
Delicate toning over satiny lustre. Some usual lightness of strike, not that anyone would notice. Excellent eye appeal overall.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
7010
1919 5C MS-65 (PCGS)
1919 5C MS-65 (PCGS)   
A very attractive piece with FULL DETAILS on obverse and reverse, a very important aspect for connoisseurs (although noted on holders), and one which makes any Buffalo nickel with this characteristic much more desirable than typical pieces with flatn...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$471.50
7011
1923-S 5C MS-64 (PCGS)
1923-S 5C MS-64 (PCGS)   
A very nice example of the 1923-S, with light golden iridescent toning over lustrous surfaces. Typical strike for this date and mint, with some lightness on both sides—this being expected. One of the more difficult to find issues.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64
Price Realized:
$1,610.00
7012
1931-S 5C MS-66 (PCGS)
1931-S 5C MS-66 (PCGS)   
Brilliant and lustrous. A hair's breadth from full details, with some lightness above the ribbon on the obverse bow, but so subtle that hardly anyone would know. Overall an outstanding example of this popular low mintage issue.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
7013
1936 5C Brilliant Proof PR-66 (PCGS)
1936 5C Brilliant Proof PR-66 (PCGS)   
A pleasing example of the second type of Proof of this year, with the fields being mirrorlike rather than matte. Pristine in quality, the piece has delicate golden toning over immaculate surfaces. Full details (as expected for a Proof). A "keeper" by...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 66
Price Realized:
$2,530.00
7014
1936 5C MS-67 (NGC)
1936 5C MS-67 (NGC)   
Brilliant with delicate light iridescent toning. Full details. A "keeper" for the connoisseur. Quality personified!
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 67
Not Sold
7015
1937 5C MS-66 (NGC)
1937 5C MS-66 (NGC)   
Medium yellow toning over richly lustrous surfaces. Some trivial lightness at the center of the obverse.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
7016
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-65 (PCGS)   
Brilliant with a whisper of golden toning. Full details, and notable and desirable as such (although not a great rarity as such).
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$230.00
7017
1942-D 5C MS-66 FS (PCGS)
1942-D 5C MS-66 FS (PCGS)   
Light gray and golden toning over richly lustrous surfaces. A nice example of a date and mint of Jefferson nickel that decades ago was regarded as scarce, but which is somewhat overlooked today. A lovely coin worthy of a home in an advanced collectio...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 FS
Not Sold
7018
1947 5C MS-66 FS (PCGS)
1947 5C MS-66 FS (PCGS)   
Light golden toning over richly lustrous surfaces. Nicely struck. An outstanding Jefferson nickel.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 FS
Not Sold
7019
1956 5C MS-66 FS (PCGS)
1956 5C MS-66 FS (PCGS)   
Brilliant with light golden toning. Highly lustrous. A splendid coin.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 FS
Not Sold
7020
1962 5C MS-66 FS (PCGS)
1962 5C MS-66 FS (PCGS)   
Light golden toning over lustrous surfaces. Very common as an ordinary MS-66, but not often seen with the PCGS certification of Full Steps—those two letters projecting this into the scarcity or rarity class.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 FS
Not Sold
7021
1911-S 10C MS-66 (PCGS)
1911-S 10C MS-66 (PCGS)   
Gorgeous iridescent toning over lustrous, frosty surfaces. A very nice example of this San Francisco issue. High grade, nice strike, and great eye appeal are combined in this single coin.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
7022
1914 10C MS-65 (PCGS)
1914 10C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Mottled gray toning on the obverse mixed with blue, gold, and magenta toning. Well struck.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7023
1931-D 10C MS-67 FB (PCGS)
1931-D 10C MS-67 FB (PCGS)   
Brilliant and beautiful. As nice as the day it left the dies at the Denver Mint, save for a whisper of golden toning. Ever popular due to its remarkably low mintage figure, one of the smallest in the series.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 67 FB
Not Sold
7024
1934-D 10C MS-66 FB (PCGS)
1934-D 10C MS-66 FB (PCGS)   
Brilliant, sharply struck, and with the obverse field highly prooflike. The reverse is from a very early impression of the dies, somewhat prooflike, but under magnification showing tiny die finish lines.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 FB
Price Realized:
$546.25
7025
1936-S 10C MS-66 FB (PCGS)
1936-S 10C MS-66 FB (PCGS)   
Brilliant, lustrous, and well struck.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66 FB
Not Sold
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