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(1667-69) St. Patrick farthing. Breen-217. Small 8, Martlet below king. VG-10 (PCGS)
(1667-69) St. Patrick farthing. Breen-217. Small 8, Martlet below king. VG-10 (PCGS)   
This "very rare" Breen variety is identified by the annulet, Small 8 and martlet features below the king on the obverse. Relatively smooth surfaces with a touch of old verdigris noted at the edge of the harp on the obverse. Pleasing milk chocolate b...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
VG 10
Price Realized:
$3,737.50
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1712-AA French Colonies. Metz Mint. Billon Mousquetaire of 30 deniers. AU-55 (NGC)
1712-AA French Colonies. Metz Mint. Billon "Mousquetaire" of 30 deniers. AU-55 (NGC)   
A generous degree of silvering covers the lustrous surfaces of this scarce issue; Breen's Encyclopedia (1988) declares this issue as "extremely rare" though more recent studies in the past 20 years have knocked it back a bit to Rarity-3. Natural plan...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 55
Price Realized:
$460.00
3
1720-W French Colonies. 1/3 Ecu. Lille Mint. EF-40.
1720-W French Colonies. 1/3 Ecu. Lille Mint. EF-40.   
Flan neuf. Gad.306, Hod.8. 124.7 grains. Medium silver gray with slate hues and varied rainbow iridescence in the protected areas. No post-striking marks present. Struck from a reverse die with a large horizontal crack to the viewer's left from the b...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$632.50
4
1737 Higley copper. Three Hammers. VALUE ME AS YOU PLEASE, I AM GOOD COPPER. F-12 (PCGS)
1737 Higley copper. Three Hammers. VALUE ME AS YOU PLEASE, I AM GOOD COPPER. F-12 (PCGS)   
Die alignment about 240ยบ, claw of upper reverse hammer points to 2:30 rather than 12:00; this series is found in multiple die alignments, none of them evidently "correct" in appearance or acceptance. Deep golden brown with lighter golden high points....
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
F 12
Not Sold
5
1786 Vermont copper. Ryder-10. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Left. F-12
1786 Vermont copper. Ryder-10. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Left. F-12   
117.2 grains. 27.2 mm. Sharpness congruent with the grade, light granularity in places, as-struck planchet flaws at top of obverse intrude into the upper hair of the effigy, faint reverse scratch diagonally across Liberty's midriff area. Nicely cente...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F 12
Not Sold
6
1788 Vermont copper. Ryder-11. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Left. EF-40
1788 Vermont copper. Ryder-11. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Left. EF-40   
142.5 grains. 27.5 mm. Nicely centered deep brown with some mahogany highlights, bottoms of date numerals off flan, faint micro-granularity in places but overall the surfaces are exceptional for the variety with no serious post-striking marks. Indeed...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Not Sold
7
1788 Vermont copper. Ryder-31. Rarity-5. GEORGIVS III REX. VF-20
1788 Vermont copper. Ryder-31. Rarity-5. GEORGIVS III REX. VF-20   
101.2 grains. 27.0 mm. Perhaps finer sharpness in places; the reverse is always weak at the center on this scarce and difficult to grade variety. Famous and eternally popular as a Machin's Mills-Vermont copper die muling. Medium to deep chestnut on t...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$2,300.00
8
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller-21-DD. Rarity-5+. Draped Bust Left. EF-40
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller-21-DD. Rarity-5+. Draped Bust Left. EF-40   
146.4 grains. 28.2 mm. Varied medium chestnut with some olive hues and no serious post-striking marks, probably lightly cleaned long ago and long since naturally retoned to its present appearance. Scattered tics, in the copper flan before striking a...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 40
Price Realized:
$517.50
9
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller-33.2-Z.5. Rarity-1. Draped Bust Left. MS-61 BN (NGC)
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller-33.2-Z.5. Rarity-1. Draped Bust Left. MS-61 BN (NGC)   
Medium to deep golden tan with exceptional surfaces free of marks of note. Struck a trifle weak in places as often seen for the variety, the lightness relegated mainly to the tops of the obverse and reverse. Some light planchet fissures are noted on ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 61 BN
Not Sold
10
1778 Machin's Mills halfpenny. Vlack-11-78A. Rarity-3. VF-30
1778 Machin's Mills halfpenny. Vlack-11-78A. Rarity-3. VF-30   
94.2 grains. 27.5 mm. Deep tan with some lighter high points. Surfaces uniformly micro-granular but otherwise free of marks of note. A popular variety from the shores of Orange Pond in upstate New York.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Not Sold
11
Nice assortment of early U.S. half cents  (ANACS)
Nice assortment of early U.S. half cents (ANACS)   
* 1794 High Relief. Cohen-7, Breen-7. Rarity-5+. AG-3 * 1804 C-8, B-7. Rarity-1. Spiked Chin. VF-20 * 1804 C-13, B-10. Rarity-1. Plain 4, Stemless. VF-20 * 1806 C-1, B-3. Rarity-1. Small 6, Stemless. Fine-12. Mottled light reddish brown areas * 1808/...
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
Price Realized:
$1,092.50
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1794 1/2C C-9, B-9. Rarity-2. High Relief Head. VF-20 (ANACS)
1794 1/2C C-9, B-9. Rarity-2. High Relief Head. VF-20 (ANACS)   
While there is an old, well-healed scratch on the reverse, this is compensated for by the exceptionally bold obverse, which is perhaps VF-35. Pleasing medium olive-brown throughout.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$2,070.00
13
1794 1/2C C-9, B-9. High Relief Head. Rarity-2. F-12
1794 1/2C C-9, B-9. High Relief Head. Rarity-2. F-12   
or better for sharpness. Medium tan surfaces with no heavy marks though we note some faint porosity in places on the obverse and much light pitting on the reverse, tiny rim bruises on both sides.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F 12
Price Realized:
$1,006.25
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1804 1/2C B-7. Rarity-1. Spiked Chin. EF-45
1804 1/2C B-7. Rarity-1. Spiked Chin. EF-45   
Sharpness of AU-53, but with some discoloration, most notably at BERT on the obverse. A few tics in the fields do not detract and are mostly hidden by glossy deep brown surfaces.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF 45
Price Realized:
$460.00
15
U. S. half cent grouping  (ANACS)
U. S. half cent grouping (ANACS)   
* 1804 C-8, B-7. Rarity-1. Spiked Chin. VF-35. Deep brown * 1828. C-2, B-3. Rarity-1. 12 Stars. EF-45 * 1828 C-2, B-3. Rarity-1. 12 Stars. Net EF-45. AU Details, Cleaned * 1833 C-1, B-1. Rarity-1. AU-50 * 1851 C-1, B-1. Rarity-1. AU-50, two small dar...
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
Price Realized:
$920.00
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1804 1/2C C-12, B-11. Rarity-2. Crosslet 4, Stemless. AU-50
1804 1/2C C-12, B-11. Rarity-2. Crosslet 4, Stemless. AU-50   
Details of an MS-60. Pleasing light brown patination over satiny lustre, with a rim bruise at 8:00. Struck from the early states of the dies, where the obverse die has not begun to crumble at 9:00. An attractive example overall.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 50
Price Realized:
$862.50
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1804 1/2C C-12, B-11. Rarity-2. Crosslet 4, Stemless. VF-20
1804 1/2C C-12, B-11. Rarity-2. Crosslet 4, Stemless. VF-20   
Smooth deep brown surfaces that have a decent strike, especially so on the reverse. The obverse hair is a bit weak but not all that bad. The surfaces are hard and show no signs of porosity. Some light smoothing seems to have been done on the cheek bu...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$431.25
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1828 1/2C C-3, B-2. Rarity-1. AU-58
1828 1/2C C-3, B-2. Rarity-1. AU-58   
Pleasing clear and clean surfaces exhibit traces of original red mint lustre that accentuate the central devices, the date, the stars, and the motto.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 58
Not Sold
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Trio of later date half cents
Trio of later date half cents   
* 1853 C-1, B-1. Rarity-1. MS-61 RB (ANACS) * 1856 C-1, B-1. Rarity-1. MS-63 Brown (PCI), with traces of red * 1857 C-1, B-1. Rarity-1. MS-63 Brown (ANACS). (Total: 3 pieces)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Price Realized:
$1,150.00
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1793 L1C Sheldon-9. Wreath, Vine and Bars edge.  NET VG-8; VG-10 TO F
1793 L1C Sheldon-9. Wreath, Vine and Bars edge. NET VG-8; VG-10 TO F   
Medium olive brown with some underlying chestnut highlights. Surfaces micro-granular in areas, some pitting seen at 3:00 to 5:00 in the reverse field. No readily apparent marks are present, making for a decent coin despite the relatively low grade as...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
NET VG-8; VG-10 TO F
Price Realized:
$3,795.00
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1818 L1C N-10. Rarity-1. MS-64 BN
1818 L1C N-10. Rarity-1. MS-64 BN   
Mostly soft light brown with lustrous mint red clinging to areas. A beautiful large cent for a collection that values quality.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 64 BN
Price Realized:
$690.00
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1818 L1C N-10. Rarity-1. MS-61 BN (ANACS)
1818 L1C N-10. Rarity-1. MS-61 BN (ANACS)   
Circular die crack through all of the stars and the date.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
MS 61 BN
Price Realized:
$471.50
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1854 L1C N-14. Rarity-4. MS-64 BN
1854 L1C N-14. Rarity-4. MS-64 BN   
Light chocolate brown with virtually immaculate surfaces. Very close to Gem, and certain to please.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 64 BN
Price Realized:
$345.00
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1858 1C Small Letters. MS-64 (NGC)
1858 1C Small Letters. MS-64 (NGC)   
Attractive surfaces on both sides with a great deal of lustre beneath red-violet toning. The first "S" in "STATES" shows evidence of doubling, and the lower portions of the wreath on the reverse are also doubled.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 64
Price Realized:
$1,380.00
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1859 1C MS-65 (PCGS)
1859 1C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Light golden orange and pale rose tones add dramatic color and highlights to this lovely Gem. According to Snow, many come with weakly struck dates and "ONE CENT," but that is not the case here. Boldly struck on both sides, and the wreath on the reve...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Price Realized:
$2,300.00
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