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4001
1652 Pine Tree shilling. Noe 26. Rarity-5. Small Planchet. Fine-12. 66.3 gns.
1652 Pine Tree shilling. Noe 26. Rarity-5. Small Planchet. Fine-12. 66.3 gns.   
66.3 gns. A most pleasing example of this slightly scarcer variety, here found in the most usually encountered die state catalogued as Noe 26.2 by Richard Picker in 1976. The die state manifests as failure at ground line on obverse and as failure in ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
FINE 12
Price Realized:
$2,760.00
4002
(1667-69) St. Patrick farthing. Breen 212. Sea beasts under King, Masonic punctuation. FINE-12
(1667-69) St. Patrick farthing. Breen 212. Sea beasts under King, Masonic punctuation. FINE-12   
64.7 gns. An interesting specimen, struck notably off-center on both sides, revealing the full extent of the denticulation in places on both sides. The obverse motto is only half present due to the off-centering and due to a planchet furrow where FLO...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
FINE 12
Price Realized:
$862.50
4003
French Colonies. Sou Marque, 1739-S. Rennes Mint. Vlack 181a. Rarity-6.
French Colonies. Sou Marque, 1739-S. Rennes Mint. Vlack 181a. Rarity-6.   
Pale silver gray. Somewhat softly struck. A scarcer variety not represented in the Ford sale.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Not Sold
4004
1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Zelinka 6-C, Nelson 9. Stern Bust. Fine-15.
1760 Voce Populi halfpenny. Zelinka 6-C, Nelson 9. Stern Bust. Fine-15.   
117.4 gns. Essentially choice for the grade, with no disfiguring marks of note and only a few minor circulation marks come into view under magnification. Surfaces are a ruddy brown on the obverse and a shade darker on the reverse, which is missing an...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
FINE 15
Price Realized:
$241.50
4005
1766 Pitt halfpenny token. Breen 251, Betts 519. Copper, crudely reeded edge. Fine-15
1766 Pitt halfpenny token. Breen 251, Betts 519. Copper, crudely reeded edge. Fine-15   
86.5 gns. Glossy, light mahogany brown surfaces are smoothly worn all around, with the tops of the legends fading into the rim due to an inadequate planchet to die size ratio. A few thin hairlines are noted on the obverse, while what appear to be rim...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
FINE 15
Price Realized:
$1,437.50
4006
Date set of Nova Constellatio coppers:
Date set of Nova Constellatio coppers:   
* 1783 Crosby 2-B. Pointed Rays, Small U.S. Fine-12. A pleasing piece whose obverse is dark brown, reverse is chocolate brown * 1785 Crosby 3-B. Pointed Rays. Constellatio. Fine-15. Light brown surfaces exhibit a touch of porosity and an old scratch ...
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Raw
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Price Realized:
$322.00
4007
Undated (ca.1785) Bar copper. Breen 1145. VF-30.
Undated (ca.1785) Bar copper. Breen 1145. VF-30.   
85.9 gns. Obverse is golden brown in tone with a plethora of stray marks in the fields and some less random scratches in the form of initials below and to the right of the right downstroke of the "A." Reverse is a trifle darker in tone and exhibits s...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$3,450.00
4008
1787 Vermont copper. Ryder 14. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Right. VF-30.
1787 Vermont copper. Ryder 14. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Right. VF-30.   
123.6 gns. Rich, chocolate brown surfaces are rather choice for a Bust type Vermont copper, with only a few stray circulation marks noted on both sides. The centers exhibit some of the inherent roughness of the original planchet that were not obliter...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$862.50
4009
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 33.17-gg.2. Rarity-3. Draped Bust Left. ET LIR. VF-20
1787 Connecticut copper. Miller 33.17-gg.2. Rarity-3. Draped Bust Left. ET LIR. VF-20   
143.6 gns. Light chestnut brown surfaces are quite glossy and exhibit the usual planchet fissures seen on Draped Bust Left Connecticut coppers but here are minimally visible. Both obverse and reverse dies are in a state of failure but the strike is a...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 20
Price Realized:
$287.50
4010
1788 Connecticut copper. Miller 15.2-P. Rarity-5+. Draped Bust Left. FINE-15
1788 Connecticut copper. Miller 15.2-P. Rarity-5+. Draped Bust Left. FINE-15   
111.3 grains. Struck medal turn. Devices are worn to a pleasing medium brown, the fields boast a lighter, golden brown, especially on the obverse. Some granularity is noted, apparently inherent in the flan when this coin was struck, with some areas o...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
FINE 15
Price Realized:
$155.25
4011
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 14-J. Rarity-1. MS-61 BN (NGC)
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 14-J. Rarity-1. MS-61 BN (NGC)   
The Red Book Straight Beam, Narrow Shield variety. Deep golden tan with decided chestnut highlights. Slightly off-center with the obverse rim to the tops of CAESARE, reverse rim to the bottom tip of the shield. No serious marks present, surfaces just...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 61 BN
Price Realized:
$4,025.00
4012
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 63-s. Rarity-1. Large Planchet. F-15
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 63-s. Rarity-1. Large Planchet. F-15   
149.4 grains. Glossy, dark chestnut brown surfaces are a delight to behold, with the temptation to call this coin full VF due to its attractive surfaces. A hint of rose iridescence in the fields is joined by a herd of small circulation marks, none of...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F 15
Price Realized:
$345.00
4013
(ca. 1792) Kentucky token. Breen 1155. Plain Edge. AU-50
(ca. 1792) Kentucky token. Breen 1155. Plain Edge. AU-50   
151.3 gns. Dark chestnut surfaces exhibit a touch of wear and abundant original mint gloss, with subtle ruddy and blue overtones on both sides. All state abbreviations are visible if not boldly defined due to the usual, slight weakness of central str...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 50
Price Realized:
$373.75
4014
1783 Washington and Independence copper. Draped Bust, No Button. Breen 1193, Baker 3. Taylor restrik PR-60
1783 Washington and Independence copper. Draped Bust, No Button. Breen 1193, Baker 3. Taylor restrik PR-60   
145.6 grains. Center-grained edge. Attractive light brown with reflective fields and significant minor color around the peripheries. Some surface verdigris among the peripheral legends, spot off chin in left obverse field, a few minor field spots and...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
PR 60
Price Realized:
$718.75
4015
1783 Washington Large Military Bust copper. Breen 1203, Baker 4. AU-50.
1783 Washington Large Military Bust copper. Breen 1203, Baker 4. AU-50.   
114.8 gns. Dark chestnut dominates the mostly glossy and smooth fields, while a richer burgundy tone frames the edges of the devices and letters on both sides. Strike is sharp and full, with the obverse die showing signs of acute stress in the form o...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 50
Price Realized:
$517.50
4016
Pair of Washington pieces
Pair of Washington pieces   
* Undated Washington Double Head cent. Breen 1204, Baker 6. Good-6. Laureate uniformed bust on either side * 1795 Washington Liberty & Security halfpenny. Breen 1260, Baker 31. AG-3. Low relief military bust r. Rev. Eagle over stars/stripes shield. (...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Not Sold
4017
Undated Washington Success Token. Brass, Large Planchet, Plain Edge. Breen 1287, Baker 265. AU-58
Undated Washington Success Token. Brass, Large Planchet, Plain Edge. Breen 1287, Baker 265. AU-58   
Surfaces are the familiar greenish-gold hue of muted brass, with some original golden brassy lustre remaining in the most protected areas of the fields and devices. The obverse is from the ubiquitous failing die with the distinct lumpy die crack thro...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 58
Not Sold
4018
Trio of Washington tokens:
Trio of Washington tokens:   
* 1783 Washington and Independence copper. Draped Bust with Button. Breen 1198, Baker 5. Detail of Fine-12. Verdigris spots, light porosity and rim bruises * Washington Double Headed Cent. Breen 1204, Baker 6. VF-20, or nearly so. Emerald-brown, ligh...
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Raw
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Price Realized:
$391.00
4019
Quartet of early American coppers:
Quartet of early American coppers:   
* 1722 Rosa Americana penny. Breen 116. UTILE DULCI. Two reverse rosettes. Fine-12, gently cleaned long ago. Smooth surfaces * 1723 Wood's Hibernia halfpenny. Fine-12 detail, light edge bumps and deposits in the devices * 1767 French Colonies. Sou. N...
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Raw
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Price Realized:
$276.00
4020
Trio of state and early American coppers:
Trio of state and early American coppers:   
* 1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 63-s. Rarity-1. Large Planchet. Fine-12. Even, dark brown surfaces show some porosity in the fields, with some pitting at lower reverse. Old scratches have mostly worn away, while some dark deposits are perhaps partial...
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Raw
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Price Realized:
$448.50
4021
Diverse colonial threesome:
Diverse colonial threesome:   
* 1788 Vermont copper. Ryder 27. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Right. Fine-12, or thereabouts. Dies badly failing, lending the look of more severe wear than actually exists. Medium brown, with some intermittent pits and an old scrape at lower left reverse * ...
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Raw
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Price Realized:
$276.00
4022
1787 Fugio cent. Newman 1-B. Rarity-4. Cross After Date. Pointed Rays, UNITED STATES. F DETAILS
1787 Fugio cent. Newman 1-B. Rarity-4. Cross After Date. Pointed Rays, UNITED STATES. F DETAILS   
"Damaged." An exquisite two-tone color scheme includes light tan devices and legends that stand out against dark brown fields. The damage noted on the NCS encapsulation is some crimping of the rims on both sides, with an old cut on the gnomon that fo...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F DETAILS
Not Sold
4023
1787 Fugio cent. N-1-L. Rarity-5. Cross After Date, Pointed Rays, STATES UNITED. VG DETAILS
1787 Fugio cent. N-1-L. Rarity-5. Cross After Date, Pointed Rays, STATES UNITED. VG DETAILS   
"Environmental Damage." Brassy toned surfaces are darker brown in the reverse fields, while the surfaces are noticeably more porous on the obverse than reverse. Obverse peripheries a bit weak, but the distinct "cross" after the date is plainly visibl...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VG DETAILS
Price Realized:
$373.75
4024
1787 Fugio cent. N-8-B. Rarity-3. Pointed Rays, UNITED STATES. AU-55 (PCGS)
1787 Fugio cent. N-8-B. Rarity-3. Pointed Rays, UNITED STATES. AU-55 (PCGS)   
Deep chestnut brown with streaks of "red" signifying a long-ago cleaning and long-term retoning. Sharply struck at the centers from lightly clashed dies, but with some lightness of detail at the peripheries, not an uncommon occurrence for Newman 8-B....
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 55
Not Sold
4025
1787 Fugio cent. N-8-B. Rarity-3. Pointed Rays, UNITED STATES. EF DETAILS
1787 Fugio cent. N-8-B. Rarity-3. Pointed Rays, UNITED STATES. EF DETAILS   
"Improperly Cleaned." Surfaces are a glossy, iridescent hue from a past cleaning from which this coin is slowly recovering, with more natural copper and brown tones slowly moving toward the center. Designs are well struck, while the surfaces exhibit ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF DETAILS
Not Sold
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