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Undated (ca. 1672-94) London Elephant token. Thick planchet. Breen 186. Hodder 2-B. Rarity-4. EF-40
Undated (ca. 1672-94) London Elephant token. Thick planchet. Breen 186. Hodder 2-B. Rarity-4. EF-40   
209.9 grains. Reverse may be a touch finer than the given grade, with some of the intricate texture visible in the otherwise plain cross. Medium chocolate brown surfaces feature lighter tan in the folds of the pachyderm's skin and at its edges, and a...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$1,437.50
2
1723 Rosa Americana penny. Breen-121. EF-40
1723 Rosa Americana penny. Breen-121. EF-40   
120.4 grains. Devices and legends are sharp and evenly worn, with lighter, golden brown hues at their edges, contrasting with a more dominant dark brown on both sides. Surfaces are generally smooth, with three minor areas of whitish corrosion on the ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Not Sold
3
1766 Pitt halfpenny token. Breen-251, Betts-519. Copper. VF-20
1766 Pitt halfpenny token. Breen-251, Betts-519. Copper. VF-20   
83.3 grains. A thoroughly pleasing example of a colonial type that no collection should be without. Surfaces are light golden brown, perfectly smooth, and enticing as such, with only a scattering of tiny circulation marks in the fields as expected of...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$1,092.50
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1773 Virginia halfpenny. No period after GEORGIVS, 7 harp strings. MS-63 RB
1773 Virginia halfpenny. No period after GEORGIVS, 7 harp strings. MS-63 RB   
122.4 grains. Lustrous light brown surfaces host abundant red in the protected areas of the obverse devices, while the reverse is more fully red in the fields as well as in the devices. The obverse hosts some fingerprinting, visible as faint, scallop...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 63 RB
Price Realized:
$1,495.00
5
1773 Virginia halfpenny. No period after GEORGIVS, 8 harp strings. VG-10
1773 Virginia halfpenny. No period after GEORGIVS, 8 harp strings. VG-10   
116.3 grains. Dark brown, obverse exhibits areas of corrosion. Reverse shows microscopic granularity and die failure below GI of VIRGINIA.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VG 10
Price Realized:
$86.25
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Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
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Undated (ca. 1785) Bar copper. Breen-1145. EF-45
Undated (ca. 1785) Bar copper. Breen-1145. EF-45   
84.1 grains. Even, light brown surfaces feature definite gloss and hints of emerald and rose toning at the edges of the devices, pointing to a cleaning long ago from which this coin has amply and appealingly recovered. Surfaces are mostly free of dis...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 45
Price Realized:
$0.00
8
1787 Immunis Columbia copper. Breen-1137. VF-30
1787 Immunis Columbia copper. Breen-1137. VF-30   
150.6 grains. A beautiful, richly toned dark brown specimen of this popular and scarce Confederation era copper. Surfaces are mostly smooth and a bit glossy, with only some minor, long since toned over scratches on both sides but concentrated mostly ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$2,990.00
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1788 Vermont copper. Ryder-16. Rarity-2. Mailed Bust Right. F-15
1788 Vermont copper. Ryder-16. Rarity-2. Mailed Bust Right. F-15   
104.8 grains. A choice, dark brown and glossy example of this most common Mailed Bust Right Vermont copper featuring fields that are mostly smooth but that do exhibit some graininess. Date is on flan and complete, centers are very weakly struck as us...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F 15
Price Realized:
$207.00
10
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller-31.1-r.3. Rarity-1. Draped Bust Left. VF-25
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller-31.1-r.3. Rarity-1. Draped Bust Left. VF-25   
171.5 grains. A decidedly appealing and heavyweight Draped Bust Left whose heft and thickness is immediately noted when held in hand. Light brown and smooth, the high points of the designs have been worn to brighter copper on both sides. Well struck ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 25
Price Realized:
$184.00
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1786 New Jersey copper. Maris-13-J. Rarity-6+ VF-25
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris-13-J. Rarity-6+ VF-25   
147.8 grains. A surprising new addition to the census of rare NJ coppers, as this coin came unattributed in a random selection of U.S. federal coins. Hard, ebony brown surfaces are uniformly porous and exhibit intermittent red and some green corrosio...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 25
Price Realized:
$4,887.50
12
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris-44-d. Rarity-4. Sleigh Runners. VG-8
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris-44-d. Rarity-4. Sleigh Runners. VG-8   
140.6 grains. Designs and legends weakened by porous surfaces which are now actually quite smooth from circulation. Date is invisible, obverse is noticeably off-center toward 6:00 on this hole filler specimen of a not common variety.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VG 8
Price Realized:
$69.00
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1795 Talbot, Allum, & Lee cent. Breen-1035. AU-55
1795 Talbot, Allum, & Lee cent. Breen-1035. AU-55   
in terms of sharpness. Surfaces have been mechanically enhanced, leaving a matte-like finish uncharacteristic of TAL cents. A sharp representative of the type.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 55
Price Realized:
$230.00
14
1796 Castorland [New York] Jeton. Original dies. Silver, unmarked reeded edge. Breen-1058.
1796 Castorland [New York] Jeton. Original dies. Silver, unmarked reeded edge. Breen-1058.   
182.2 grains. 31.7x30.6mm. By DuVivier. Sharply struck devices are surrounded by watery, fully prooflike fields that have often led to a Proof designation in the past. Rich, old toning in blue, rose, olive, gold, and gray is noted in varying combinat...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Not Sold
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1796 Myddelton Token. Silver. Breen-1073. PR-62
1796 Myddelton Token. Silver. Breen-1073. PR-62   
179.8 grains. Watery, fully mirrorlike fields encircle crisply defined design motifs and legends on both sides. No significant flaws are noted, although a very fine scratch remains well hidden and essentially out of view to the right of the cornucopi...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 62
Price Realized:
$18,400.00
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1783 Washington Unity States cent. Breen-1188, Baker 1. EF-40
1783 Washington Unity States cent. Breen-1188, Baker 1. EF-40   
116.5 grains. Cleaned long ago and now retoned to glossy olive brown; the current specimen would serve as a suitable filler for the type.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$149.50
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(1795) Washington Liberty & Security penny. Usual edge. Breen-1254, Baker-30. MS-60
(1795) Washington Liberty & Security penny. Usual edge. Breen-1254, Baker-30. MS-60   
301.8 grains. A marvelous specimen boasting hints of original mint color in and around the lettering at the obverse peripheries, complementing a light mahogany overall tone and hints of olive on both sides. The strike is rather sharp for one of these...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 60
Not Sold
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1793 1/2C C-4, B-4. Rarity-3. VG DETAILS
1793 1/2C C-4, B-4. Rarity-3. VG DETAILS   
"Corroded, Improperly Cleaned." Surfaces uniformly granular, deep chocolate tones possibly artfully applied after a harsh cleaning.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VG DETAILS
Price Realized:
$1,035.00
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1794 1/2C C-1a, B-1a. Rarity-3. EF-45 (PCGS)
1794 1/2C C-1a, B-1a. Rarity-3. EF-45 (PCGS)   
Deep golden tan with some lightness on the high points. Mark-free to the unaided eye, though we note tiny scattered marks under low magnification. Choice for the grade with regard to both sharpness and eye appeal. Struck from clashed dies with eviden...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
EF 45
Price Realized:
$8,165.00
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1795 1/2C C-4, B-4. Rarity-3. Plain Edge, Punctuated Date. F-15
1795 1/2C C-4, B-4. Rarity-3. Plain Edge, Punctuated Date. F-15   
offering strong claims to a full Very Fine designation. The central reverse is weakly struck (as is always the case on examples of this die variety), however the peripheries are quite sharp. Smooth, chocolate brown surfaces exhibit only a minor stain...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F 15
Price Realized:
$1,150.00
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1795 1/2C C-6a, B-6a. Rarity-2. Plain Edge, No Pole. VG-10
1795 1/2C C-6a, B-6a. Rarity-2. Plain Edge, No Pole. VG-10   
Smooth, rich brown specimen that is evenly worn on both sides. The fields and devices offer wonderfully well balanced patination, but for a deeper patch at Liberty's cheek.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VG 10
Price Realized:
$1,035.00
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1797 1/2C C-1, B-1a. Rarity-2. Plain Edge. 1 Above 1. EF-45 DETAILS (ANACS)
1797 1/2C C-1, B-1a. Rarity-2. Plain Edge. 1 Above 1. EF-45 DETAILS (ANACS)   
Medium golden brown with good eye appeal though low magnification reveals numerous old, tiny scratches across Liberty's profile. The popular variety with a 1 punched too high in the die and never effaced, the die now with "piggyback" 1s in the date.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
EF 45 DETAILS
Price Realized:
$1,380.00
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Pair of Draped Bust half cents
Pair of Draped Bust half cents   
* 1804 C-8, B-7. Rarity-1. Spiked Chin. Extremely Fine-40. Chestnut brown surfaces with pale blue highlights * 1807 C-1, B-1. Rarity-1. Very Fine-20. Olive-brown toning. (Total: 2 pieces)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Price Realized:
$402.50
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1804 1/2C C-13, B-10. Rarity-1. Plain 4, No Stems. AU-50 (PCGS)
1804 1/2C C-13, B-10. Rarity-1. Plain 4, No Stems. AU-50 (PCGS)   
Pleasing chestnut brown with no marks of note save for an old vertical furrow on the reverse, perhaps even as struck, from the wreath to the rim and grazing the ribbon end on the viewer's right. A pleasing coin with plenty of visual pizzazz.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 50
Price Realized:
$747.50
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1806 1/2C C-1, B-3. Rarity-1. MS-60
1806 1/2C C-1, B-3. Rarity-1. MS-60   
with a considerably nicer appearance upon first glance. However, the piece has been cleaned and retoned deep olive-brown with traces of reddish violet in the protected recesses and accents of pale blue.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 60
Price Realized:
$690.00
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