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Andrew Jackson. (1834). HT-6, Low-4. Brass. Rarity-2. MS-62 (NGC)
Andrew Jackson. (1834). HT-6, Low-4. Brass. Rarity-2. MS-62 (NGC)   
A rather attractive specimen for the grade, pleasing even brassy-gold on the obverse, the reverse more faded. A couple of small specks apparently account for the grade as the surfaces are clean. The strike is sharp with strong definition on Jackson's...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 62
Not Sold
2
Andrew Jackson. Small Shield. (1833). HT-8, Low-5A. Brass. Rarity-6. VG-8
Andrew Jackson. Small Shield. (1833). HT-8, Low-5A. Brass. Rarity-6. VG-8   
rather porous surfaces. Late die state with reverse cracks. The surfaces are even dark olive with moderate striking softness on the obverse common to this issue. The devices are clear despite the rough surfaces.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VG 8
Price Realized:
$126.50
3
Running Boar. 1834. HT-10, Low-9. Brass. Rarity-3.  SHARPNESS OF MS
Running Boar. 1834. HT-10, Low-9. Brass. Rarity-3. SHARPNESS OF MS   
cleaned. The surfaces are light brass, with a couple of minor specks in the fields. The cleaning likely evened out the color, and gives a decent naked-eye appearance. Sharply struck and one of the more popular early Hard Times tokens.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
SHARPNESS OF MS
Price Realized:
$184.00
4
Daniel Webster. (1838). HT-24, Low-66. Copper. Rarity-3.  SHARPNESS OF MS
Daniel Webster. (1838). HT-24, Low-66. Copper. Rarity-3. SHARPNESS OF MS   
altered surfaces. Trace evidence of smoothing in the obverse and reverse fields with fine swirling marks noted under scrutiny with a strong loupe. Lustrous in the protected areas and toned medium brown. The strike is sharp on the devices.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
SHARPNESS OF MS
Price Realized:
$402.50
5
William Seward. (1834). HT-28, Low-15. Brass. Rarity-3. AU-58
William Seward. (1834). HT-28, Low-15. Brass. Rarity-3. AU-58   
Signs of a light cleaning. This shows little evidence of circulation, but the strike is a trifle soft as often encountered. The surfaces are pleasing as the fields and devices lack any distracting bagmarks or handling issues. The eagle's legs and tai...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
AU 58
Price Realized:
$402.50
6
Illustrious Predecessor. 1837. HT-33, Low-19. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN (NGC)
Illustrious Predecessor. 1837. HT-33, Low-19. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN (NGC)   
A lustrous, well struck coin that shows considerable bluish tan color. The tortoise is sharp, along with the donkey and these are the highlights of the central devices. Considerable die rust is noted on both the obverse and reverse which shows as tin...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 63 BN
Price Realized:
$126.50
7
Illustrious Predecessor. 1837. HT-34, Low-49. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 RB (NGC)
Illustrious Predecessor. 1837. HT-34, Low-49. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 RB (NGC)   
Mostly faded mint color but with enough red to please the eye, and light brown elsewhere. The strike is sharp on the tortoise and his heavy "Sub Treasury" strongbox, the reverse is clean and sharp too on the donkey, with matching color and solid surf...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 63 RB
Not Sold
8
Not One Cent. 1837. HT-46A, Low-31A. Copper/Brass. Rarity-1. AU-58 (NGC)
Not One Cent. 1837. HT-46A, Low-31A. Copper/Brass. Rarity-1. AU-58 (NGC)   
Dark chocolate brown on the obverse with some lighter reddish-brown areas on the reverse. Well struck throughout and the surfaces are clean save for a very thin scratch on the lower obverse just above the chest of Liberty.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 58
Price Realized:
$373.75
9
Not One Cent. 1837. HT-47, Low-32. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-62 BN
Not One Cent. 1837. HT-47, Low-32. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-62 BN   
Pleasing medium brown with bluish accents in the fields. The strike is sharp and the surfaces decent, with a couple of minor nicks above Liberty's head. One of the most popular Hard Times tokens with the loose copy of the large cent obverse combined ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 62 BN
Price Realized:
$218.50
10
Not One Cent. 1837. HT-48, Low-33. Copper. Rarity-1. AU-53 (NGC)
Not One Cent. 1837. HT-48, Low-33. Copper. Rarity-1. AU-53 (NGC)   
Satin smooth copper brown with well struck devices and solid eye appeal. A problem-free example for the collector.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 53
Price Realized:
$86.25
11
Mint Drop. 1838. HT-63, Low-55. Copper. Rarity-1.  SHARPNESS OF VF
Mint Drop. 1838. HT-63, Low-55. Copper. Rarity-1. SHARPNESS OF VF   
With a tiny punch mark at the top of obverse just touching Loco Foco's head. Attractive medium brown toning, the strike is average with softness on most of the stars and date, the reverse legends are soft as well. The Benton Experiment was a proposal...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
SHARPNESS OF VF
Not Sold
12
I Take the Responsibility. 1837. HT-69, Low-44. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-62 RB
I Take the Responsibility. 1837. HT-69, Low-44. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-62 RB   
This one has enough original red to please the eye with just a couple of minute specks in the lettering. The balance is tan to blue over lustre. Well struck throughout, with Jackson over lording his strongbox with his saber on the obverse and the shi...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 62 RB
Price Realized:
$230.00
13
Half Cent. 1837. HT-73, Low-49. Copper. Rarity-2. MS-62 BN (NGC)
Half Cent. 1837. HT-73, Low-49. Copper. Rarity-2. MS-62 BN (NGC)   
An attractive example of this unusual half cent token. Most of the tokens of this era were of the one cent denomination. A couple of old toning spots are present, but the color is pleasing overall with medium brown dominating the surfaces. Sharply st...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 62 BN
Not Sold
14
Am I Not a Woman. 1838. HT-81, Low-54. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-62 BN (NGC)
Am I Not a Woman. 1838. HT-81, Low-54. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-62 BN (NGC)   
A halo of pale teal around the rims frames this ever popular token which pleads for the end of slavery in America. The surfaces have a few minor hairlines and a chip or two in the fields, but the eye appeal is strong. An average strike with slight so...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 62 BN
Price Realized:
$632.50
15
Am I Not a Woman. 1838. HT-81, Low-54. Copper. Rarity-1. AU-58 BN (NGC)
Am I Not a Woman. 1838. HT-81, Low-54. Copper. Rarity-1. AU-58 BN (NGC)   
Pleasing medium brown toning with tinges of red at the rims. The strike is reasonably sharp and the surfaces decent for this popular token. Note that the N in UNITED was engraved reversed, seen on all of this issue.
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 58 BN
Not Sold
16
Am I Not a Woman. 1838. HT-81, Low-54. Copper. Rarity-1. EF-45 BN (NGC)
Am I Not a Woman. 1838. HT-81, Low-54. Copper. Rarity-1. EF-45 BN (NGC)   
Attractive brown throughout and the surfaces are clean as well. One single speck is noted for accuracy, that below S(TATES) on the reverse near the wreath. Although available for a price, the popularity of this anti-slavery token has been strong sinc...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
EF 45 BN
Price Realized:
$276.00
17
Louisiana. New Orleans. John A. Merle & Co. (1835). HT-122, Low-264. Brass. Rarity-5. AU-53 (NGC)
Louisiana. New Orleans. John A. Merle & Co. (1835). HT-122, Low-264. Brass. Rarity-5. AU-53 (NGC)   
A rare and seldom seen token, this one by John A. Merle & Co. out of New Orleans sports an eagle with outstretched wings clutching a key in its talons. In glory rays above is a banner which states POST TENBRAS LUX (After Darkness Light) with a crown ...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
AU 53
Not Sold
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Massachusetts. Attleboro. R. & W. Robinson. 1836. HT-155, Low-104. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN
Massachusetts. Attleboro. R. & W. Robinson. 1836. HT-155, Low-104. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN   
A beautifully designed obverse with historic scenes steeped in Americana. Liberty is seated on a rock, draped in a frilly frock, arm holding pole with cap of freedom, just behind a shield with eagle perched atop, to the left distant sailing ship, mer...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 63 BN
Price Realized:
$195.50
19
Massachusetts. Attleboro. S.B. Schenck. 1834. HT-158, Low-84. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN (NGC)
Massachusetts. Attleboro. S.B. Schenck. 1834. HT-158, Low-84. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN (NGC)   
The surfaces are very nice for the choice grade and the color is a mix of glossy brown with a few lighter brassy areas on the lower obverse. The strike is sharp throughout. The reverse is more even and the strike is sharp. Schenck's machine was quite...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 63 BN
Price Realized:
$230.00
20
Massachusetts. Taunton. John J. Adams. (1835). HT-181, Low-300. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN
Massachusetts. Taunton. John J. Adams. (1835). HT-181, Low-300. Copper. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN   
A lustrous coin with medium brown toning throughout and a good strike. Adams was a buyer of bristles and manufactured every type of brush imaginable with the bristles. He was based in Boston. This one is spot-free and attractive.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
MS 63 BN
Price Realized:
$172.50
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New Jersey. Allaire. Howell Works Garden. 1834. HT-200, Low-81. Copper. Rarity-4. VF-30
New Jersey. Allaire. Howell Works Garden. 1834. HT-200, Low-81. Copper. Rarity-4. VF-30   
Pleasing even brown throughout, light wear and no surface problems. The grape bunch is particularly well defined on this popular small sized token.
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$242.65
22
New Jersey. Lakewood. Bergen Iron Works. 1840. HT-206, Low-143. Copper. Rarity-4. MS-63 BN (NGC)
New Jersey. Lakewood. Bergen Iron Works. 1840. HT-206, Low-143. Copper. Rarity-4. MS-63 BN (NGC)   
A delightful coin that shows medium chocolate brown color throughout and lustrous fields. There are no spots or detractions and this one is reasonably well struck despite a prominent die crack spanning the central obverse. Obverse depicts a perched e...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 63 BN
Price Realized:
$431.25
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New York. New York. H. Crossman. 1837. HT-243, Low-112. Copper. Rarity-2. MS-62 BN (NGC)
New York. New York. H. Crossman. 1837. HT-243, Low-112. Copper. Rarity-2. MS-62 BN (NGC)   
H. Crossman was an umbrella purveyor and manufacturer in New York City on Chatham Street. These tokens are usually found well circulated, but the present one is in mint condition. The large head of Liberty happened to be directly opposite of the larg...
Service:
NGC
Grade:
MS 62 BN
Price Realized:
$241.50
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New York. New York. Dr. Lewis Feuchtwanger. Three Cents. 1837. HT-262, Low-117. German silver. VF-30
New York. New York. Dr. Lewis Feuchtwanger. Three Cents. 1837. HT-262, Low-117. German silver. VF-30   
Bent. Pleasing medium gray with average or so surfaces that include a shallow nick in the open field at the top of the obverse and an irregular edge on the lower right obverse. There is a slight bend in the planchet that seems to be related to shallo...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF 30
Price Realized:
$322.00
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New York. New York. Dr. Lewis Feuchtwanger. One Cent. 1837. HT-268, Low-120. Breen 3-E. MS-62 (ANACS)
New York. New York. Dr. Lewis Feuchtwanger. One Cent. 1837. HT-268, Low-120. Breen 3-E. MS-62 (ANACS)   
A rather well struck example of this popular 1 cent token with mint lustre in the fields and attractive light golden hues. There is a minor planchet flake missing from the field below the eagle's head. Clean surfaces with traces of iridescent toning.
Service:
ANACS
Grade:
MS 62
Not Sold
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