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7001
1783 Chalmers shilling. Breen-1011. Short Worm. VG-10 (NGC)
1783 Chalmers shilling. Breen-1011. Short Worm. VG-10 (NGC)   
Mostly warm golden gray with pleasing pink and violet highlights. The obverse central device is almost entirely faded except for a very faint serpent. Likewise the forth numeral is the date is too weak to decipher. The first three numerals in the dat...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
VG 10
Not Sold
7002
(ca.1792) Kentucky token. Breen-1154, 1155. Plain Edge. MS-62 BN (NGC)
(ca.1792) Kentucky token. Breen-1154, 1155. Plain Edge. MS-62 BN (NGC)   
Intermingled chocolate brown and chestnut brown toning with faint pink and blue highlights. Popularly referred to as the "Kentucky" token because the star element at the apex of the reverse pyramid device is stamped with a K signifying Kentucky's sta...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 62 BN
Not Sold
7003
1853 1/2C C-1, B-1. Rarity-1. MS-65 BN (NGC)
1853 1/2C C-1, B-1. Rarity-1. MS-65 BN (NGC)   
A lovely lustrous Gem example. Sharply struck in virtually all particulars. Mostly golden brown surfaces with faint blue iridescent highlights. Wisps and tinges of mellowed mint red can be seen on both the obverse and reverse despite the BN designati...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 65 BN
Not Sold
7004
1796 L1C S-89. Rarity-3. Liberty Cap. VG-10 (PCGS)
1796 L1C S-89. Rarity-3. Liberty Cap. VG-10 (PCGS)   
Struck on a hard attractive planchet. Golden brown toning in the fields deepens to gray-brown on the high points. Both the date and LIBERTY are sharp and clear. The portrait of Liberty is well delineated in virtually all areas except for some aspects...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
VG 10
Not Sold
7005
1856 1C Flying Eagle. MS-62 (PCGS)
1856 1C Flying Eagle. MS-62 (PCGS)   
An attractive example having frosty devices. The fields have a texture intermediate between satiny and prooflike. The strike is about average showing softness at the eagle's head and tail, and on the high points of the wreath. The surfaces are perhap...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 62
Not Sold
7006
1860 1C  Rounded Bust Truncation. MS-64 (NGC)
1860 1C Rounded Bust Truncation. MS-64 (NGC)   
Fully lustrous and mostly brilliant with blushes of olive and lilac. Coined during the first year of the design type with the oak wreath and shield motif on the reverse. The strike is about average with softness noted at the tips of the feathers in t...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 64
Price Realized:
$322.00
7007
1864 1C Copper-nickel. MS-61 (ANACS)
1864 1C Copper-nickel. MS-61 (ANACS)   
Lustrous and partially brilliant with blushes of blue, lilac, and gold. Notable as the final year of issue for cents struck in 12% nickel and 88% copper format, an alloy that had been in use to coin small cents since 1857; the 1856 Flying Eagle cents...
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
MS 61
Price Realized:
$196.65
7008
Trio of certified Indian cents
Trio of certified Indian cents   
* 1864 Bronze, No L. MS-63 BN (PCGS). Golden brown with hints of blue and violet * 1874 EF-40 (ANACS) * 1896 MS-64 RB (ANACS). Mostly red surfaces with blushes and splashes of violet brown and sea green. (Total: 3 pieces)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Price Realized:
$284.05
7009
Pair of ANACS-certified Indian cents  (ANACS)
Pair of ANACS-certified Indian cents (ANACS)   
Both are sharply struck: * 1890 Proof-62 RB. Mottled tan, lilac, and gold * 1892 Proof-61 RB. This latter is about 50% mint red blushes of blue and pink on the obverse and splashes of blue on the reverse. (Total: 2 pieces)
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
Price Realized:
$339.25
7010
1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse. AU-58 (CAC) (NGC)
1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse. AU-58 (CAC) (NGC)   
Golden brown satiny surfaces with pale pink and blue highlights. A handsome example of one of the most eagerly sought doubled die varieties in American numismatics.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 58 (CAC) CAC
Price Realized:
$2,311.50
7011
1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse. AU-58 (PCGS)
1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse. AU-58 (PCGS)   
Lustrous tan surfaces overall with hints of pink and blue. An extremely popular variety that is probably on more want lists that any other double die variety in American numismatics. When the obverse die was hubbed, the second impression of the hub w...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 58
Price Realized:
$2,156.25
7012
1864 2C Large Motto. MS-64 RB (PCGS)
1864 2C Large Motto. MS-64 RB (PCGS)   
Fully lustrous, and about 50% mint red with blushes of pink and blue on both surfaces.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64 RB
Price Realized:
$322.00
7013
1878 3CN PR-67 CAMEO (CAC) (NGC)
1878 3CN PR-67 CAMEO (CAC) (NGC)   
The frosty devices contrast beautifully with the mirror fields. Essentially brilliant on both surfaces with just a hint of gold on the obverse. A rare and desirable Proof-only issue having a scant mintage of just 2,350 pieces, the second lowest produ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 67 CAMEO (CAC) CAC
Not Sold
7014
1879/8 5C PR-66 (PCGS)
1879/8 5C PR-66 (PCGS)   
Essentially brilliant with hints of pink and blue. A splendid impression, boldly struck in all particulars. The devices are frosty and the fields are reflective, though not deeply so, something characteristic of most nickel Proofs of the era. The 187...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 66
Price Realized:
$1,725.00
7015
1923-S 5C MS-64 (PCGS)
1923-S 5C MS-64 (PCGS)   
A satiny specimen warmly toned in gold, blue, and violet. The strike is about typical for the issue with softness noted at the bison's head and hump. A scarce issue this nicely preserved, and one that commands enormous premiums in today's market.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64
Not Sold
7016
1928 5C MS-66 (PCGS)
1928 5C MS-66 (PCGS)   
A splendid Gem, virtually as nice as the day of issue. Pleasing satiny lustre. Intermingled ice blue, violet, and gold iridescence. A touch of softness is noted above the Indian's braid, but the bison's hump is sharp, and the horn is fully delineated...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
7017
1936 5C MS-65 (PCGS)
1936 5C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Brilliant and satiny. The strike is about average with a touch of softness above the Indian's braid and the bison's shoulder. The bison's head and hump are both about as sharp as could be desired, however.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7018
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-67 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-67 (PCGS)   
A lustrous Gem warmly toned in varied rainbow hues with pink, gold, and blue predominating. Coined during the final year of the Buffalo design type.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 67
Price Realized:
$345.00
7019
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-66 (PCGS)
1938-D 5C Buffalo. MS-66 (PCGS)   
Sharply struck and satiny with just a whisper of champagne iridescence. Nice in every way.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Price Realized:
$207.00
7020
1869-S H10C MS-64 (PCGS)
1869-S H10C MS-64 (PCGS)   
Brilliant and frosty. Striking softness is noted at Liberty's shield on the obverse and at the upper-left quadrant of the wreath on the reverse. An important condition rarity at the MS-64 level. Despite a fairly generous mintage of 230,000 pieces, co...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64
Not Sold
7021
1846 10C AU-58 (NGC)
1846 10C AU-58 (NGC)   
Mostly pale golden gray overall, with blushes and splashes of gold, blue, and lilac. Nearly all of the original mint lustre still survives, and the strike is sharp in most particulars including the divisions in the stars. The 1846 has the lowest mint...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 58
Not Sold
7022
1911-S 10C MS-64 (NGC)
1911-S 10C MS-64 (NGC)   
Frosty surfaces. Delicate gold-gray iridescence complements the obverse. The reverse exhibits intermingled pale gold and blue iridescence.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 64
Not Sold
7023
Trio of certified Mercury dimes
Trio of certified Mercury dimes   
* 1920 MS-64 FB (NGC). Warmly toned * 1929 MS-65 FSB (ANACS). Planchet lamination flaw at rim near tip of bust truncation. Lightly toned * 1938-S MS-64 (ANACS). Brilliant at the center with violet and blue iridescence at the rims. (Total: 3 pieces)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Price Realized:
$276.00
7024
1926 10C MS-65 (ANACS)
1926 10C MS-65 (ANACS)   
Pleasing satiny lustre complements both surfaces. The obverse is pale gold at the center changing to blue and violet at the border. The reverse is mostly brilliant with wisps of gold at the rim.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$218.50
7025
Lustrous quintet of certified Mercury dimes
Lustrous quintet of certified Mercury dimes   
* 1937 MS-66 FB (NGC) * 1939-D MS-66 FB (NGC) * 1940 MS-67 (NGC) * 1943-D MS-66 FB (PCGS) * 1944-D MS-66 FB (NGC). These vary from brilliant to lightly toned, with most in the former category. (Total: 5 pieces)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Price Realized:
$207.00
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