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7001
1788 Massachusetts cent. R-2B. Rarity-4. AU-55 BN (PCGS)
1788 Massachusetts cent. R-2B. Rarity-4. AU-55 BN (PCGS)   
A sharply detailed example of this variety. Medium brown planchet with microscopic porosity. A thin line planchet defect is seen on the obverse from the border through the Indian's right heel, to his left leg, ending near his left hand, mostly notice...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
AU 55 BN
Not Sold
7002
1864 1C Copper-nickel. MS-63 RD (NGC)
1864 1C Copper-nickel. MS-63 RD (NGC)   
Mostly frosty surfaces, with a dash of satiny character in the obverse field. Sharply struck virtually everywhere except for the tips of some of the feathers in Liberty's headdress. Olive toning overall with a dusting of pale blue and violet. An attr...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 63 RD
Price Realized:
$241.50
7003
1864 1C L on Ribbon. FINE-12 BN (PCGS)
1864 1C L on Ribbon. FINE-12 BN (PCGS)   
Uniform chocolate brown toning on both surfaces. The "L" feature (for Longacre, the Mint engraver who created the Indian cent design) is clear. The die alignment is about 200° rather than 180° as usually seen.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
FINE 12 BN
Not Sold
7004
1892 1C PR-65 RD (PCGS)
1892 1C PR-65 RD (PCGS)   
A splendid four-diamond Gem having sharp satiny devices and nicely reflective fields. The obverse is mostly faded red with blushes of blended blue and pink. The reverse is essentially fiery mint orange with hints of pink. One of the finest survivors ...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 65 RD
Not Sold
7005
1939 1C PR-64 RD (PCGS)
1939 1C PR-64 RD (PCGS)   
Sharply struck with blazing mirror fields. Fiery mint orange with hints of pink. Wisps of ice blue ornament the borders. From a Proof mintage of just 13,520 pieces, the third lowest production figure of any Proof Lincoln cent from 1936 to date.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 64 RD
Price Realized:
$172.50
7006
1943-D 1C MS-66 (PCGS)
1943-D 1C MS-66 (PCGS)   
Fully lustrous and sharply struck. Essentially pearl gray surfaces with hints of ice blue and pink. A few trivial flecks can be seen under magnification.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Price Realized:
$34.50
7007
1955 1C Double Die Obverse. MS-63 BN (NGC)
1955 1C Double Die Obverse. MS-63 BN (NGC)   
Frosty lustre. Chestnut brown toning overall with faint blue and violet iridescent highlights. Most design features show bold definition. Although some estimates place the mintage at 20,000 or more pieces, PCGS and NGC—considered together—have certif...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 63 BN
Not Sold
7008
1866 2C PR-64 RD (PCGS)
1866 2C PR-64 RD (PCGS)   
A superb strike with virtually all design features defined to full advantage. Blazing mint orange surfaces with hints of pink and a dusting of faint blue. Although the Proof mintage for the issue is not known with certainty, the usually reported figu...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 64 RD
Not Sold
7009
1871 2C PR-66 BN (NGC)
1871 2C PR-66 BN (NGC)   
Mostly tan surfaces with vivid pink and blue iridescent highlights. "Flashes" of fiery red can be seen on both sides despite the "BN" designation on the NGC label. The majority of the design features are about as sharp as could be desired. The number...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66 BN
Not Sold
7010
1852 3CS MS-65 (PCGS)
1852 3CS MS-65 (PCGS)   
Frosty and warmly toned in intermingled ice blue and gold. The strike is about average, showing sharpness in some areas and softness in others; the thinness of the trime planchets hindered the flow of metal when the pieces were coined. On the obverse...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7011
1867 5C No Rays. MS-64 (NGC)
1867 5C No Rays. MS-64 (NGC)   
Frosty surfaces warmly toned in intermingled lilac-gray, gold, and pink. A decent strike; all of the vertical and horizontal elements in the shield can be seen and the stars each show their divisions.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 64
Price Realized:
$404.80
7012
1872 5C PR-66 CAMEO (NGC)
1872 5C PR-66 CAMEO (NGC)   
A lovely Gem having sharp frosty design elements. The obverse field is nicely reflective—nearly mirrorlike—which is somewhat unusual for nickel Proofs of the era. The reflectivity of the reverse field is somewhat muted as is typical of many examples ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66 CAMEO
Not Sold
7013
1879 5C PR-66 CAMEO (NGC)
1879 5C PR-66 CAMEO (NGC)   
A lovely example of this popular issue. The devices are frosty and well struck; the fields are blazingly reflective and very nearly mirrorlike. Both surfaces are essentially brilliant with just a hint of golden toning. Certainly among the nicest in e...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66 CAMEO
Not Sold
7014
1883 5C Shield. MS-61 (NGC)
1883 5C Shield. MS-61 (NGC)   
Lilac-gray, pink, and gold ornament frosty surfaces. Coined during the final year of the Shield nickel design type.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 61
Price Realized:
$253.00
7015
1901 5C PR-67 (PCGS)
1901 5C PR-67 (PCGS)   
A stunning Gem having sharp satiny devices and glittering mirror fields. Pale champagne toning in the central areas changes to ice blue at the borders. Close examination reveals a tiny tic on Liberty's neck. Tied with 29 others for the status as fine...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 67
Not Sold
7016
1917-D 5C MS-64 (NGC)
1917-D 5C MS-64 (NGC)   
Satiny lustre. Pewter gray surfaces with pleasing ice blue and pink highlights. A fleck in the Indian's hair near the top of his head is probably all that prevented NGC from assigning the MS-65 designation. Most design features are remarkably sharp f...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 64
Not Sold
7017
1926-S 5C VF-20 (NGC)
1926-S 5C VF-20 (NGC)   
Pleasing golden gray and violet with warmer slate highlights in the protected areas. Scarce and eagerly sought in VF and higher grades.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
VF 20
Not Sold
7018
1927 5C MS-65 (NGC)
1927 5C MS-65 (NGC)   
A delightful satiny Gem toned in gold, pink, and, lilac. Most design features are about as sharp as could be desired.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7019
1928 5C MS-66 (PCGS)
1928 5C MS-66 (PCGS)   
A splendid satiny Gem example. Mostly pearl gray surfaces with faint ice blue, pink, and gold highlights. The strike is about average with a touch of softness above the Indian's braid and at the bison's shoulder, but most other design features are bo...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Price Realized:
$805.00
7020
1936 5C MS-65 (PCGS)
1936 5C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Sharply struck and satiny with just a whisper of champagne iridescence. What more could a specialist ask for?
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7021
1936-D 5C MS-66 (ANACS)
1936-D 5C MS-66 (ANACS)   
Brilliant with light golden toning on both sides. Somewhat above average in strike, but with some lightness in the usual places (above the hair braid ribbon on the obverse and on the head of the bison on the reverse).
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
MS 66
Price Realized:
$116.15
7022
1937 5C PR-65 (PCGS)
1937 5C PR-65 (PCGS)   
Sharply struck and attractive with dramatically concave borders and blended ice blue, pink, gold, and lilac toning. The mirror quality of the fields is somewhat muted on this example. From a scant mintage of just 5,769 pieces.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 65
Not Sold
7023
1937-D 5C 3-legged. MS-62 (NGC)
1937-D 5C 3-legged. MS-62 (NGC)   
Light golden toning over lustrous surfaces. About typical strike for the issue. The right foreleg is missing, identifying this highly popular variety—a Buffalo nickel that always draws intensive bidding interest whenever we offer a nice example for s...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 62
Not Sold
7024
1937-S 5C MS-66 (NGC)
1937-S 5C MS-66 (NGC)   
Satiny lustre. The devices are sharp and both surfaces display blushes of ice blue and gold.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 66
Price Realized:
$115.00
7025
1942-P 5C Type II. PR-66 (NGC)
1942-P 5C Type II. PR-66 (NGC)   
Sharp satiny devices beautifully complement the reflective fields. Both surfaces display pale champagne iridescence.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66
Price Realized:
$172.50
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