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7001
1855 L1C N-9. Rarity-1. Slanted 55. AU-58 BN (NGC)
1855 L1C N-9. Rarity-1. Slanted 55. AU-58 BN (NGC)   
Popular "knob-on-ear" variety; undoubtedly, the most easily attributed obverse of the year, and "recognizable across the room" as Walter Breen was sometimes overheard to say. Lustrous and mostly olive-brown with some wisps of faded mint red near the ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 58 BN
Not Sold
7002
1883 1C MS-64 RB (PCGS)
1883 1C MS-64 RB (PCGS)   
Fully lustrous and perhaps 60% mint red with wisps of pink, blue, and violet.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64 RB
Not Sold
7003
1909 1C Lincoln. MS-66 RD (NGC)
1909 1C Lincoln. MS-66 RD (NGC)   
A blazing, brilliant, lustrous Gem. Close to perfection save for a few tiny flecks, most notably beneath the second A in AMERICA. A handsome specimen coined during the first year of this long-lived design type.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 66 RD
Price Realized:
$230.00
7004
1909-S V.D.B. 1C MS-65 RD (PCGS)
1909-S V.D.B. 1C MS-65 RD (PCGS)   
A splendid, lustrous Gem. Essentially brilliant surfaces with just a whisper of blue. V.D.B. is boldly defined on this example. Outstanding both technically and aesthetically. A thoroughly desirable specimen of what is arguably the single most eagerl...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65 RD
Not Sold
7005
1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse. MS-64 RB (PCGS)
1955 1C Doubled Die Obverse. MS-64 RB (PCGS)   
Fully lustrous and perhaps 15% fiery red deepening to blue-green and violet-brown. Doubling is noted at Lincoln's nostril, lips, and bow tie as well as at the date, motto and LIBERTY. Unquestionably the single most eagerly sought double die variety i...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 64 RB
Not Sold
7006
1881 3CN PR-66 (NGC)
1881 3CN PR-66 (NGC)   
Blended pewter gray and gold toning on the obverse; the reflectivity of the obverse field is muted by the toning. The reverse is partially brilliant with a dusting of gray. From a Proof mintage of just 3,575 pieces.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66
Not Sold
7007
1869 5C PR-66 (NGC)
1869 5C PR-66 (NGC)   
A delightful Gem. Mostly brilliant with some wisps and tinges of gold and lilac. Sharply struck virtually every where except for a touch of softness on some of the horizontals on the shield and a few of the reverse stars. Although the number of Proof...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66
Not Sold
7008
1875 5C MS-65
1875 5C MS-65   
Sharply struck and frosty. Pale champagne iridescence overall with wisps of rosy gold and lilac on both surfaces. Although readily available in circulated grades, Gem-quality pieces are very scarce. PCGS has certified examples as MS-65 or finer on ju...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7009
1879 5C PR-66 (NGC)
1879 5C PR-66 (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
Not Sold
7010
1883 5C Shield. PR-66 (NGC)
1883 5C Shield. PR-66 (NGC)   
A desirable specimen that combines exceptional technical quality with outstanding eye appeal. Partially brilliant surfaces with blushes and wisps of gold and lilac. Sharply struck virtually everywhere. Notable as the final issue in the popular Shield...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
PR 66
Price Realized:
$977.50
7011
1886 5C FINE-12 (PCGS)
1886 5C FINE-12 (PCGS)   
Pewter gray toning. The die state of the reverse is advanced with a heavy crack from U in UNIED to CE in CENTS. The 1886 ranks as the second scarcest Liberty nickel issue in F-12 after the 1885.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
FINE 12
Price Realized:
$402.50
7012
1892 5C AU-50 (ANACS)
1892 5C AU-50 (ANACS)   
Much frosty lustre survives in the fields. Mostly pewter gray overall with pink, blue, and gold iridescent highlights.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
AU 50
Price Realized:
$173.65
7013
1899 5C MS-63 (ANACS)
1899 5C MS-63 (ANACS)   
Sharply struck and frosty. Blended blue-gray and gold complement both surfaces.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
MS 63
Price Realized:
$195.50
7014
1910 5C MS-63 (ANACS)
1910 5C MS-63 (ANACS)   
Fully lustrous. Blue iridescence at the centers changes to coppery gold and emerald green toward the borders. Some tiny marks on Liberty's cheek are about all that keep this attractive specimen out of the Gem category.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
MS 63
Price Realized:
$150.65
7015
1914 5C MS-63 (ANACS)
1914 5C MS-63 (ANACS)   
Satiny lustre. Most design features show bold definition. Beautifully toned in blended gold and blue.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
MS 63
Price Realized:
$78.20
7016
1918/7-D 5C GOOD-6 (PCGS)
1918/7-D 5C GOOD-6 (PCGS)   
Blended pewter gray and ice blue overall, with wisps of slate gray around the design elements. Certainly, one of the most popular and eagerly sought overdate varieties in American numismatics. The fact that examples could still be plucked from pocket...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
GOOD 6
Not Sold
7017
1920 5C MS-65 (PCGS)
1920 5C MS-65 (PCGS)   
Lustrous surfaces. Mostly pearl gray overall with wisps and tinges of blue, lilac, and pink. The strike is decent with just a whisper of softness above the Indian's braid and on the bison's shoulder.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 65
Not Sold
7018
1921-S 5C FINE-12 (ANACS)
1921-S 5C FINE-12 (ANACS)   
Pale gold-gray overall with wisps of slate gray around the design elements. Only 1,557,000 examples of the issue were produced, one of the lowest production figures of the design type.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
FINE 12
Not Sold
7019
1929 5C MS-66 (PCGS)
1929 5C MS-66 (PCGS)   
Blended ice blue and lilac-gray iridescence complements satiny surfaces. Although a touch of striking softness is noted above the Indian's braid, the bison's head and hump details are sharp. A very scarce issue in MS-66 and higher grades. PCGS has ce...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
MS 66
Not Sold
7020
1937 5C PR-64 (PCGS)
1937 5C PR-64 (PCGS)   
Sharply struck with blended gold, blue, and lilac iridescence on both surfaces. A scant 5,769 Proofs were produced, a miniscule figure in comparison with Proof mintages of the 1950s and subsequent decades. Notably, Proof Buffalo nickels with mirror f...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 64
Not Sold
7021
1937-D 5C 3-Legged. FINE-12 (PCGS)
1937-D 5C 3-Legged. FINE-12 (PCGS)   
Pewter gray toning with delicate gold and lilac accents. Scarce and eagerly sought in all grades.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
FINE 12
Not Sold
7022
1873 10C No Arrows. Close 3. PR-65 CAMEO (PCGS)
1873 10C No Arrows. Close 3. PR-65 CAMEO (PCGS)   
A lovely specimen characterized by frosty design elements and nicely reflective fields. Partially brilliant at the centers changing to violet and electric blue peripherally. Sharply struck virtually everywhere save for a touch of softness on a few of...
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 65 CAMEO
Not Sold
7023
1904 10C PR-64 (PCGS)
1904 10C PR-64 (PCGS)   
Sharply struck with satiny devices and blazing mirror fields. The central areas are brilliant with vivid orange, crimson, and electric blue at the borders. From a scant Proof mintage of just 670 pieces.
Service:
PCGS
Grade:
PR 64
Price Realized:
$920.00
7024
1835 25C B-6. Rarity-3. AU-55 (NGC)
1835 25C B-6. Rarity-3. AU-55 (NGC)   
Slate gray toning with navy blue highlights. Most central design features are sharp, although the obverse stars are flatly struck. Scarce this nicely preserved. The Condition Census for the variety as reported by Steve M. Tompkins in his newly-publis...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 55
Not Sold
7025
1909-S 25C MS-61
1909-S 25C MS-61   
Pearl gray toning overall with pink-gold and blue at the rims.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 61
Not Sold
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