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1001
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe 1. Rarity-3. EF-40
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe 1. Rarity-3. EF-40   
68.4 grains. This primary variety in the Noe variety listings is the only combination to feature the NEWENGLAND legend commencing at 12:00. Surfaces display pleasing, old toning in rich golden gray with a touch of pale blue, the fields boasting the m...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$4,370.00
1002
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe 11. Rarity-6+. In at Bottom. F-12 (NGC)
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe 11. Rarity-6+. In at Bottom. F-12 (NGC)   
66.8 grains. Steely gray tones dominate both obverse and reverse surfaces, which are smoothly and evenly worn, with the highest points of the devices and legends worn to a light golden gray. Surfaces exhibit light marks and slight granularity consist...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
F 12
Not Sold
1003
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe 14. Rarity-4. Spiny Tree. F-15
1652 Massachusetts Oak Tree shilling. Noe 14. Rarity-4. Spiny Tree. F-15   
74 grains. Uniform medium gray surfaces exhibit golden and lavender highlights over smooth wear, the tree showing a bit more advanced wear due to a slight wave to the planchet, caused during the striking process. Strike is well centered on a somewhat...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F 15
Not Sold
1004
(1658-59) Maryland. Lord Baltimore groat or fourpence. Breen 74. Large Bust. VF-30
(1658-59) Maryland. Lord Baltimore groat or fourpence. Breen 74. Large Bust. VF-30   
20.4 grains. A specimen of this rarest denomination of silver Lord Baltimore coinage that is remarkably well preserved, despite its origins as a metal detecting ground find. Surfaces are evenly textured, the brownish gray obverse exhibiting a more gl...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$5,462.50
1005
(1667-69) St. Patrick farthing. Breen 208. Nothing below King. VF-30
(1667-69) St. Patrick farthing. Breen 208. Nothing below King. VF-30   
Medium golden tan with some mahogany and chestnut highlights, probably cleaned long ago but long since retoned. Bold design features on both sides, considering the grade of course, brass splashier details present. Slightly micro granular on both side...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$1,092.50
1006
(1667-69) St. Patrick farthing. Breen 208. Nothing below King. VF-30
(1667-69) St. Patrick farthing. Breen 208. Nothing below King. VF-30   
Cleaned at some time in the not to distant past, but now nicely retoning in golden tan and chestnut highlights. Nicely centered on a slightly broader flan. Micro granularity, as struck, crosses the centers on both sides. Strong design elements presen...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$1,725.00
1007
1773 Virginia halfpenny. Breen 1773. 8 Harpstrings. AU-55 (PCGS)
1773 Virginia halfpenny. Breen 1773. 8 Harpstrings. AU-55 (PCGS)   
Chocolate brown toning with faint pink and blue highlights. Most design features show bold definition, and almost all of the original mint lustre still survives. Undoubtedly from the famous Col. Mendes Cohen Hoard, which came to light in Richmond, Vi...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 55
Price Realized:
$1,092.50
1008
1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Zelinka 13-K, Nelson-10. Rarity-4+. EF-40
1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Zelinka 13-K, Nelson-10. Rarity-4+. EF-40   
151 grains. Sharpness is perhaps finer for the variety, with the obverse effigy and outer portions of Hibernia on the reverse quite sharp. Surfaces are lovely chocolate brown but display uniform granularity, lending the coin a distinct texture. A fe...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Not Sold
1009
1720-X Petit Louis d'argent (1/3 ecu). Amiens Mint. Gad.305. Hod.2. MS-60 (NGC)
1720-X Petit Louis d'argent (1/3 ecu). Amiens Mint. Gad.305. Hod.2. MS-60 (NGC)   
From our Sale of the John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, Part XIII, January 2006, where we described this piece as: "Pale silver gray and light gold with a touch of iridescent blue. Obverse clashed and broken.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 60
Price Realized:
$1,322.50
1010
1758-A French colonies. Sou marque. Paris Mint. VF-35 (PCGS)
1758-A French colonies. Sou marque. Paris Mint. VF-35 (PCGS)   
Medium olive-gray silver remains on much of the obverse, the reverse largely coppery, particularly on the high points. No heavy circulation marks present. One of just seven examples of the date called VF or finer by PCGS.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
VF 35
Not Sold
1011
1776 Continental Currency dollar. Newman 3-D. Rarity-3. EG FECIT. MS-63 (NGC)
1776 Continental Currency dollar. Newman 3-D. Rarity-3. EG FECIT. MS-63 (NGC)   
Deep silver gray highlights against bright silver expanses. A fully lustrous example of one of the most popular and desirable of any of the several Continental Currency varieties extant. A few light marks are present though none will capture your eye...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 63
Price Realized:
$126,500.00
1012
1776 Continental Currency dollar. Newman 3-D. Rarity-3. Pewter. AU DETAILS.
1776 Continental Currency dollar. Newman 3-D. Rarity-3. Pewter. AU DETAILS.   
Radiant sun over sundial, FUGIO, I Fly, MIND YOUR/ BUSINESS, EG FECIT below. This signature is believed to be that of engraver Elisha Gallaudet on coins struck or intended for use as dollars, before war and inflation eroded the value of the Continent...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU DETAILS.
Not Sold
1013
1776 Continental Currency dollar. Newman 3-D. Rarity-3. Pewter. VF-35 (PCGS)
1776 Continental Currency dollar. Newman 3-D. Rarity-3. Pewter. VF-35 (PCGS)   
Radiant sun over sun dial, FUGIO, I Fly, MIND YOUR/ BUSINESS, EG FECIT below. Modern researchers believe that "EG" was the signature of engraver Elisha Gallaudet, and that at least some of these coins were indeed struck for use as dollars, before war...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
VF 35
Price Realized:
$26,450.00
1014
1786 Vermont copper. Ryder 6. Rarity-3. VERMONTENSIUM. VF-20
1786 Vermont copper. Ryder 6. Rarity-3. VERMONTENSIUM. VF-20   
122 grains. Dark brown surfaces are somewhat hard and glossy, revealing a granular texture that belies a previous life spent underground. Well centered and mostly sharp on the obverse, the reverse is a bit off-center with some rougher patches that ob...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$546.25
1015
1785 Connecticut copper. Miller 4.3-D. Rarity-6-. Mailed Bust Right. VF-20
1785 Connecticut copper. Miller 4.3-D. Rarity-6-. Mailed Bust Right. VF-20   
141 grains. Detail finer than straight VF in places, due to irregularity in strike and surface quality. However, this is undoubtedly one of the finest extant survivors of the variety, finer than Ford's, exhibiting better surfaces than Perkins but wit...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$862.50
1016
1785 Connecticut copper. Miller 6.2-F.1. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Right. VF-30
1785 Connecticut copper. Miller 6.2-F.1. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Right. VF-30   
141.6 grains. A most appealing specimen of this distinctive if common variety featuring a heavily used obverse die that is badly broken from top to bottom; on the reverse the 8 in the date boasts a bold, identifying die gouge off its upper loop. Dark...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$345.00
1017
1786 Connecticut copper. Miller 1-A. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Right. Double Chin, ETLIB INDE VF-30
1786 Connecticut copper. Miller 1-A. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Right. Double Chin, ETLIB INDE VF-30   
99 grains. Here is a superior example of the variety, an example that would have been considered appealing had it been a 1790s era large cent, much less a Connecticut copper! Struck on a thin planchet with some planchet fissures and flakiness noted i...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$1,495.00
1018
1786 Connecticut copper. Miller 3-D.1. Rarity-5+. Scholar's Head. VG-10
1786 Connecticut copper. Miller 3-D.1. Rarity-5+. Scholar's Head. VG-10   
143 grains. The Red Book plate coin for the "Large Head Facing Right" Red Book type, a coin that is distinctive for its graffiti-like obverse scratches and soft, porous area at upper right reverse. Surfaces are uniformly granular, dark chestnut with ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VG 10
Price Realized:
$632.50
1019
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 4-L. Rarity-1. Mailed Bust Left, Horned Bust. VF-25
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 4-L. Rarity-1. Mailed Bust Left, Horned Bust. VF-25   
98.6 grains. A dark chocolate brown specimen of this ubiquitous Connecticut featuring lighter tan at the highest points of the designs. Surfaces are uniformly porous in the fields, and the thin planchet is a touch small for the dies, cutting off the ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 25
Price Realized:
$253.00
1020
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 9-R. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Left. 1787/1788. IND et Lib. VF-30
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 9-R. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Left. 1787/1788. IND et Lib. VF-30   
130 grains. A most spectacularly well-detailed specimen of the variety, with some detail showing nearly everywhere and seated Liberty's head extremely well-defined, down to her flowing tresses of hair and her bulbous nose! The peripheries show a ring...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$2,760.00
1021
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 15-S. Rarity-5+. F-12
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 15-S. Rarity-5+. F-12   
111.9 grains. The 15-S variety is a comedy of errors, adding an extra "T" to CONNEC that is not normal for the series, misspelling INDE as INDL, and sporting an enormous die break on the reverse that most probably accounts for this die pairing's shor...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F 12
Price Realized:
$1,495.00
1022
1788 Connecticut copper. Miller 11-G. Rarity-2. Mailed Bust Left. VF-20
1788 Connecticut copper. Miller 11-G. Rarity-2. Mailed Bust Left. VF-20   
111.6 grains. Dark brown and somewhat glossy, the fields exhibiting uniform but subtle granularity on both sides. Well struck with bold detail evident in obverse effigy, the reverse worn into an even smoothness at the high points of seated Liberty's ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$138.00
1023
1788 Connecticut copper. Miller 16.1-H. Rarity-4. Draped Bust Left. AU-50
1788 Connecticut copper. Miller 16.1-H. Rarity-4. Draped Bust Left. AU-50   
132.6 grains. A superior example of a moderately scarce die combination. Somewhat glossy, dark brown surfaces are complemented by areas of lighter brown, chiefly on the obverse. Surfaces are mostly smooth but do show some granularity in the darkened ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 50
Price Realized:
$690.00
1024
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 21-N. Rarity-3. VF-20
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 21-N. Rarity-3. VF-20   
154 grains. A picture-perfect specimen of a NJ "cent" ideal for a type or variety set. Its glossy, ruddy brown surfaces are quite smooth, interrupted by only a few minor marks commensurate with average circulation. The strike is quite bold and well c...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$747.50
1025
1788 New Jersey copper. Maris 50-f. Rarity-2. F-15
1788 New Jersey copper. Maris 50-f. Rarity-2. F-15   
153 grains. These Head Left NJ coppers are always a challenge to grade, as they are often unevenly struck on planchets that showed some fissures or flaws, not unlike this coin. The golden olive-brown surfaces are somewhat granular, with a few larger ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F 15
Not Sold
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