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1652 Oak Tree Shilling Noe-7 W480 R6 IN at Bottom PCGS VG10 ($2,499.00)
1652 Oak Tree Shilling, Noe-7, Salmon 5-D, W-480, IN at Bottom, R6. From the Robert M. Martin collection, sold by Stacks at Baltimore November 2019, where it was described as: "69.2 grains. A delightful example of this scarce marriage with slate grey patina and hints of colorful iridescence throughout. Nicely centered on each side, the obverse shows slightly uneven wear from the natural waviness of the planchet, but the reverse is superbly defined. This is a late die state example showing weak definition on the obverse and a catastrophic break from the reverse rim up through the denomination and date. Noe-7 is a remarkably scarce variety that we have not handled since our March 2015 sale of the Kendall Foundation Collection. The present is wholesome and more attractive than most, and is sure to cause great excitement among specialists." Ex-Heritage 01/07/15:3003:NGC VG10:$1880; Robert M. Martin Collection; Stacks 11/19:5003:PCGS VG10:$1560; Shawn A. Yancey; YOUR NAME HERE! Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person. So, if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1652 Oak Tree Sixpence Noe-22 W400 R5 IN on Obverse PCGS VG8 ($1,499.00)
1652 Oak Tree Sixpence, Noe-22, Salmon 2b-B, W-400, IN on Obverse, R5. From the Robert M. Martin collection, sold by Stacks at Baltimore November 2019, where it was described as: "29.4 grains. Remarkably similar in fabric to the EF-Details example featured in in this sale, albeit with a few more decades of wear. Toned in varying slate-grey shades with subtle peach highlights throughout. The obverse is pulled towards 1 o'clock which pushes most of MASATHVSETS off the flan. Nicely centered on the reverse with overall evenly spaced legends. The tree is soft, appearing as a ghost of branches near the center, while the date and denomination remain distinct on the opposite side. An ancient pinscratch over ND of ENGLAND is fully toned over and unnoticed without magnification. We first handled this piece nearly 10 years ago in our sale of the impressive Peter Scherff Collection of Colonial Coins in March 2010." Ex-Bruce Miller, privately, September 1990; Stack's sale of the Peter Scherff Collection of Colonial Coins, March 2010, lot 2011; Robert M. Martin collection; Stacks 11/19:5015:PCGS VG8:$1020; Shawn A. Yancey; YOUR NAME HERE! Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person. So, if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1776 Machins Milles 1/2p V6-76A W7790 PCGS F15 Choice ($1,499.00)
1776 Machins Mills 1/2p halfpenny, Vlack 6-76A, W7790, R4. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as F15, and CHOICE for the assigned grade. Glossy chocolate brown surfaces that are mark-free and incredibly attractive. Impossible to find a nicer example at this grade level. Key date 1776 with incredible quality - for those who demand only the nicest coins for their collection! Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1786 Connecticut Hercules Head M5.3-N W2575 PCGS VF20 ($1,250.00)
1786 Connecticut copper, Hercules Head, M5.3-N, W2575. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF20. CHOICE gorgeous glossy peanut butter brown color and excellent eye appeal. I was the underbidder on this coin in a recent auction, then saw that CVM was the victor. VICTOR is in his name, after all! So anyway I was happy to buy the coin from Chris because it's so gorgeous. Hopefully that shows up in my photos. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1786 New Jersey M12-I W4795 NO Coulter Raw VG Jim Rehmus ($1,499.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M12-I / W4795, NO Coulter, R5. This is a raw VG8 with wonderful color and original surfaces that show very fine roughness that does NOT detract from the eye appeal. Really a nice example for a low grade No Coulter. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1786 New Jersey M14-J W4810 Narrow Shield Straight Beam NGC VF25 Jim Rehmus ($550.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M14-J / W4810, Narrow Shield Straight Plow Beam, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by NGC as VF25, and it has nice original medium peanut butter tan brown color. Minor nicks only, and looks like it should be at least VF30.  

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1786 New Jersey M14-J W4810 Narrow Shield Straight Beam Raw VF Jim Rehmus ($299.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M14-J / W4810, Narrow Shield Straight Plow Beam, R1. This example has Very Fine details with medium dark brown color with some minor red and green toning spots.  Bold date and shield details.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1786 New Jersey M15-J W4815 Narrow Shield Straight Beam Raw G-VG Jim Rehmus ($250.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M15-J / W4815, Narrow Shield Straight Plow Beam, R4  Good-VG with black and brown contrasting color, full date, unevenly work on the borders, very nice look.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1786 New Jersey M15-L W4820 Narrow Shield Straight Beam Raw Fine Jim Rehmus ($450.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M15-L / W4820, Narrow Shield Straight Plow Beam, R4.  Very Fine with dark brown evenly microgranular surfaces.  Below average but sharp VF30 details and decent eye appeal.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1786 New Jersey M15-U R5+ W4830 Raw Fine Jim Rehmus ($299.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M15-U / W4830, Narrow Shield Straight Plow Beam, R5+. Sharp Fine details but dark and granular with several reverse dents that result in a bent planchet. Readable date with all details visible, just a filler for a tough R5+ variety. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1786 New Jersey M16-L W4840 Narrow Shield Straight Beam Raw Fine Jim Rehmus ($75.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M16-L / W4840, Narrow Shield Straight Plow Beam, R2.  About Fine, die state 1, glossy medium brown but minor roughness and hairlines.  Everything is visible, below average but still decent.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1786 New Jersey M17-J W4860 Narrow Shield Straight Beam Raw Fine Jim Rehmus ($299.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M17-J / W4860, Narrow Shield Straight Plow Beam, R2.  About Fine and struck over a Connecticut.  Medium brown and slightly bent, minor roughness, full obverse details, weak lower reverse.  Below average yet decent eye appeal.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1786 New Jersey M18-M W4890 Bridge Raw F12 Jim Rehmus ($499.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M18-M / W4890, Bridle obverse, R3. This coin has is a very attractive peanut butter tan brown that grades at least F12, and probably truly F15. Excellent eye appeal, very minor roughness, small reverse rim nick at K5, very rare early die state (EDS) before the bridle break. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1786 New Jersey M20-N W4905 R4 Wide Shield Reverse Raw VF20 ($999.00)
1786 New Jersey colonial, M20-N, W4905, Wide Shield Reverse, R4. A very attractive example of a tough variety, with VF20 details and excellent eye appeal. I was the underbidder on this coin in a recent auction, then saw that CVM was the victor. VICTOR is in his name, after all! So anyway I was happy to buy the coin from Chris because it's a very attractive example of a tougher variety. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1786 New Jersey M20-N W4905 Wide Shield R4 ANACS VF30 details Jim Rehmus ($899.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection.  1787 New Jersey M20-N W4905 Wide Shield R4.  Authenticated and graded by ANACS as VF30 details, scratched.  Small clip at K6, glossy medium golden brown with some minor nicks and hairlines.  Still very decent with good eye appeal despite the minor defects.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1786 New Jersey M21-N W4910 Wide Shield Raw Fine Jim Remhus ($199.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M21-N / W4910, Wide Shield, R3.  About Fine, glossy medium brown from an old cleaning, all details very bold, nice look and many would call average. 

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1786 New Jersey M21-O W4915 R5 Raw AG3 Jim Rehmus ($150.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M21-O / W4915, Wide Shield, R5. This coin is a medium brown AG3 with minor roughness and some light nicks, full date and easily attributable, decent for R5 rarity, ex-Mike Demling. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1786 New Jersey M21-P W4920 R5 Raw Fine-VF Jim Rehmus ($899.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M21-P / W4920, Narrow Shield Curved Plow Beam, R5. Fine to Very Fine details but cleaned and recolored. Mostly recovered and the eye appeal now is very positive. Decent for rare R5 variety. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1786 New Jersey M23-P W4940 Narrow Shield Curved Plow Beam Raw F-VF Jim Rehmus ($299.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M23-P / W4940, Narrow Shield Curved Plow Beam, R4.  F-VF with great color and eye appeal, the only defect is a small crimp at K1, and the date is off the planchet.  Die state 2.  Just a nice looking coin.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1786 New Jersey M24-P W4965 Narrow Shield Curved Beam Raw NGC VF20 Jim Rehmus ($499.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M24-P / W4965, Narrow Shield Curved Plow Beam, R2. This coin has been authenticated and graded by NGC as VF20. Very nice and even example with great color. Minor planchet void above 7 in date. Nice eye appeal. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 Connecticut Mailed Bust Left SNIPE NOSE M33.28-Z.11 W3765 PCGS EF40 ($1,499.00)
1787 Connecticut Copper, M33.28-Z.11, W3765, Mailed Bust Left with SNIPE NOSE obverse break, R5+. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as EF40, and this is the nicest example I have ever handled or even seen. This coin was part of the Robert M. Martin collection just sold by Stacks in the November 2019 Baltimore auctions, lot #5222, where it was described as: "123.4 grains. A full 30mm across, this coin not only looks wide but is wide! The obverse die is in about as late a die state as the Snipe Nose comes, the die fully bisected from rim to rim, the denticles very worn and failing in places, and the die clearly and acutely sunken along the inner perimeter of the denticles. Iridescent dark brown surfaces show smooth wear, very faint natural texture in the fields, and a trio of small natural planchet depressions near the 3, 6 and 9 o’clock positions of the rim. Comparable to the Oechsner EF coin, slightly inferior to the Perkins-SLT and 1975 Pine Tree EAC sale coins, this coin ranks among the finest survivors of the die pairing and was plucked by Robert from a Heritage sale that had a random handful of decent Colonial coins. Provenance: From the Robert M. Martin Collection. Ex Heritage’s sale of September 22, 2010, lot 3029." Absolutely a GREAT example; compare this to lot 5224 which is the more common Snipe Nose variety at R4+ that sold for $6,300 in PCGS AU55! Makes this coin look like a bargain!
1787 M55-l New Jersey PLURIRUS Error PCGS F15 E PLURIBUS UNUM collection ($1,499.00)
1787 New Jersey M55-l, W5300, PLURIRUS reverse error, R5. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as F15. From the E PLURIBUS UNUM collection sold by Stacks at Baltimore 2019, where it was described as: "144.8 grains. Glossy light brown with an area of darker mahogany surface scale on the left side of the obverse and a more subtle area on the right side of the reverse. The last date digit is about half on the planchet, otherwise the centering is pretty good for the variety. This is the elusive late die state, Die State 3, with a heavy crack through AE to the snout and a thin arc crack from the rim to the tops of RE. Some swelling in the right obverse field reduces detail in that area. The PLURIRUS characteristic, from a B with a broken base, is clear. This is a variety that is usually ugly, but this one bucks that trend, even if it is not sharp enough to be in Condition Census contention." There are very few of these graded at PCGS, in fact this coin and my other VG10 are both plated on the COINFACTS page. Current PCGS Price Guide is $2,750. Without exception, my coins are sharper and nicer in person than in my photos, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M32-T W5100 Outlined Shield R2 NGC EF40 Jim Rehmus ($750.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection.  1787 New Jersey M32-T W5100 Outlined Shield R2.  Authenticated and graded by NGC as EF40.  Sold details with lots of minor chips in the planchet and a light scratch from the snout to the rim.  Die state 2 and slightly below average.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787 New Jersey M34-J W5115 Deer Head Raw Fine VLDS ($399.00)
1787 New Jersey colonial, M34-J / W5115, Deer Head, R4. This coin has sold FINE details, but it is finely rough such that I do not think it would grade at PCGS. On the plus side of the ledger, this is a way-cool very late die state example with a heavy cud break through the date. Popular Redbook variety in a cool die state. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M38-Y W5170 PCGS F15 Jim Rehmus ($399.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M38-Y / W5170, Small Planchet Plain Shield, R3. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as F15. Original dusky medium brown, minor rim bruise reverse K1, nice example for the grade. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M38-Y W5170 R3 Outlined Shield Raw VF30 Jim Rehmus ($450.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey M38-Y W5170 R3 Outlined Shield R2.  VF30 details, dark and glossy with microgranularity on the reverse, obverse rim cut at K10, most would consider Average.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787 New Jersey M43-d W5225 Small Planchet Plain Shield PCGS EF40 CAC Jim Rehmus ($1,499.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M43-d / W5225, Small Planchet Plain Shield, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as EF40, and CAC-certified as CHOICE for the assigned grade. The bad news is that the coin is in the wrong PCGS holder - this is definitely NOT a 1786! Ultra-nice, looks like a glossy AU50 in an EF40 holder. Ex-Evan Gale. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M43-Y W5220 R4+ PCGS VF25 E PLURIBUS UNUM collection ($999.00)
1787 New Jersey colonial, M43-Y / W5220, Small Planchet Plain Shield, R5-. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF25, and it has wonderful eye appeal thanks to attractive cameo color and very few signs of circulation. From the Stacks November 2019 Baltimore sale of the E PLURIBUS UNUM collection, lot 6117. Tough R5- variety and such a nice example for the grade and price. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M46-e W5250 Small Planchet Plain Shield R1 NGC F15 Jim Rehmus ($250.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection.  1787 New Jersey M46-e W5250 Small Planchet Plain Shield R1.  Authenticated and graded by NGC as F15, and this is a gorgeous, glossy medium brown example with great eye appeal.  Terminal die state, heavily clashed.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787 New Jersey M46-e W5250 Small Planchet Plain Shield R1 Raw VG Jim Rehmus ($150.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey M46-e W5250 Small Planchet Plain Shield R1.  Very Good, dark color with rough surfaces, appears to be very early die state without clashing, all details mostly visible including date.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787 New Jersey M48-f W5270 Outlined Shield R3 Raw VG Jim Rehmus ($150.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey M48-f W5270 Outlined Shield R3.  Very Good, smooth and glossy with nice eye appeal and great color, date is mostly worn or off-planchet, ex-Tom Reynolds.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787 New Jersey M48-g W5275 Outlined Shield R1 NGC VF30 Jim Rehmus ($750.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection.  1787 New Jersey M48-g W5275 Outlined Shield R1.  Authenticated and graded by NGC as VF30.  Chocolate fields with lighter contrasting high points.  Tiny roughness only visible under a glass, late die state.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787 New Jersey M48-g W5275 Outlined Shield R1 Raw Fine Jim Rehmus ($150.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey M48-g W5275 Outlined Shield R1.  F12 with dark and evenly rough surfaces, all details visible on each side, terminal die state (TDS).

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787 New Jersey M54-k W5295 Serpent Head PCGS EF40 Jim Rehmus ($2,499.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M54-k, Serpent Head, R3. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as EF40. Original surfaces with dark fields and lighter highpoints. Minor flaws upper left reverse along rim. Sharp details and high-grade, PCGS Price Guide $3400. That obverse scratch is NOT on the coin, it is on the PLASTIC! Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M55-m Second U Over S PCGS F15 E PLURIBUS UNUM collection ($499.00)
1787 New Jersey M55-m, Second U Over S reverse error, R4. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as F15. From the E PLURIBUS UNUM collection sold by Stacks at Baltimore 2019, where it was lot 6158 described as: "145.4 grains. Counterstamped HALL in the right obverse field. Finely granular dark mahogany with lighter brown devices. Some old scratches on the obverse, a bit of old scale above the plow. A scattering of green pits on the reverse is densest to the lower left of the shield. The countermark is very boldly impressed in a vertical alignment right of the horsehead. The texture of the mark suggests a producer of ferrous hardware; this is not the delicate mark of a silversmith, tinsmith, or brazier." There are very few of these graded at PCGS, in fact this coin is plated on the COINFACTS page. Current PCGS Price Guide in F15 is $1100, so I have this counterstamped yet clean-graded example priced at less than HALF. Without exception, my coins are sharper and nicer in person than in my photos, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M56-n W5310 Camel Head R1 Raw EF40 Jim Rehmus ($450.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection.  1787 New Jersey M56-n W5310 Camel Head R1.  EF40 but cleaned and not fully retoned yet.  Perfectly centered, average surfaces, only the 8 is visible in the date.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787 New Jersey M60p PLURIBS R4 PCGS VF20 E PLURIBUS UNUM collection ($1,650.00)
1787 New Jersey M60-p, PLURIBS reverse error, R4. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF20, and it is the most ATTRACTIVE PLURIBUS error that I have handled. From the E PLURIBUS UNUM collection sold by Stacks at Baltimore 2019, where it was lot 6195 described as: "147.6 grains. Lovely even deep steel with good eye appeal despite finely granular surfaces. Nicely struck, with a full horsehead and fairly complete shield. Bold denticles frame the tops of both sides, and some less complete denticles are visible elsewhere around both peripheries. An old scratch crosses the head below the ears, and a dig hides between C and AE of CAESAREA; a single old vertical scratch blends into the shield lines. A good looking example of this scarce and popular variety, slightly more common than the other marriage coined with the PLURIBS reverse. This probably ranks below the Condition Census, which includes two AUs, an EF+, a VF+, and four VFs, but it remains an awfully nice example of a Maris number that usually comes in low grade, badly flawed, or both. Die State 1, perfect dies." Another magnificent coin that is plated at PCGS Coinfacts. Current PCGS Price Guide is $2,600. Without exception, my coins are sharper and nicer in person than in my photos, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M60-p W5340 PLURIBS PCGS EF Jim Rehmus ($1,499.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M60-p / W5340, PLURIBS reverse error, R4. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as EF details Environmental Damage. This one was VERY close to grading, and I have definitely seen worse PLURIBS in PCGS holders. Glossy dark chocolate brown with VERY minor roughness. Still a very nice example and high-grade for the type. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M60-p W5340 PLURIBS PCGS VF20 Jim Rehmus ($1,350.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M60-p / W5340, PLURIBS reverse error, R4. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF20. Early die state with slightly matte surfaces but still nice eye appeal for this variety. PCGS Price Guide $2600. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M62-q Hidden Initials Raw VG8 TDS Jim Rehmus ($150.00)
1787 New Jersey copper, M62-q, W5350, Hidden Initials variety, R3. This is an average example that has VG8 details and very glossy, perfectly smooth surfaces from an old cleaning. Also a couple of minor rim disturbances, not too bad but they do interrupt the symmetry. Still looks very nice, though. Terminal die state with central details obliterated. Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in person than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1787 New Jersey M64-t W5380 Small Planchet Plain Shield R1 PCGS VF25 Jim Rehmus ($550.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection.  1787 New Jersey M64-t W5380 Small Planchet Plain Shield R1.  Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF25.  Great light tan brown color, easily looks like VF30.  This design has an interesting mane and large reverse letters.  Although PCGS label says large planchet, this is clearly small planchet.  GREAT look to this coin!

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787 New Jersey M6-D W5050 Outlined Shield R2 Raw VF30 Jim Rehmus ($399.00)

From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M6-D / W5050, Outlined Shield, R2.  VF30, glossy dark brown with very minor roughness, middle die state, BOLD details on both sides.

Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!


1787/1788 Connecticut Mailed Bust Left M9R W2860 PCGS VF25 RARE Overdate R4+ ($1,250.00)
Formerly from the "Twin Leaf" collection. 1787/1788 Connecticut Copper, M9R / W2860, Overdate with Mailed Bust Left. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF25. Under-rated and very difficult to find in a PCGS holder. A major Redbook variety, sure to increase in demand as more collectors drift to the colonial series. Very attractive dark chocolate brown with some minor planchet flaws plus some areas of burnt orange toning. And of course the most important part of an overdate variety is the date itself, and the full date including overdate feature is clear to the naked eye. All in all a nice example of a major Redbook variety. Prior pedigree to the Twin Leaf collection, and the pedigree and the "Miller 9-R" attribution is listed on the PCGS label. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person than in my photos. So if you like the photo, you will LOVE the coin!
1787/1877 Connecticut Mailed Bust Left M12-Q W-2885 PCGS AU55 FINEST GRADED! ($7,500.00)
1787/1877 Connecticut Copper, M12-Q, W-2885, Mailed Bust Left with dramatic Overdate, R3. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as AU55, and this is the FINEST-GRADED example at PCGS! The next best coin is an EF45 that sold for $4744 in the 01/24/12 Stacks auction. This coin was part of the Robert M. Martin collection just sold by Stacks in the November 2019 Baltimore auctions, lot #5138, where it was described as: "One of the Finest Known 1787 over 1877 Connecticut Coppers The Finest 1787/1877 Overdate Certified by PCGS 1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 12-Q, W-2885. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Left, 1787 over 1877. AU-55 (PCGS). 123.7 grains. In the Roper sale we wrote "For some reason this variety is inevitably struck on a defective planchet, but this example is much better than most," a statement with which we can wholeheartedly agree; we note a bit of peripheral roughness at the rims due to a planchet cutter lip. The fields are lightly lustrous and glossy, the color ranging from rich mahogany at right obverse to a deeper chestnut at left obverse and all over the reverse. The strike is sharp and bold, with fully detailed central devices down to each laurel leaf in effigy's hair and with three vines heavy with grapes visible on the reverse shield. Little actual wear may be seen on this coin, and the AU-55 given grade is a perfect shorthand for the amount of circulation this coin has seen. The comical 1787 over 1788 is clearly visible, even to the naked eye, unaffected by the furrow created by the planchet cutter just a millimeter away from the bottom of the date. This was the plate coin for reverse Q in Robert Vlack's 1965 work Early American Coins. Though many high-grade survivors of this Rarity-2 die marriage exist, few are as well-balanced as this one, and Robert considered this "High Condition Census." Taylor's was called "AU-50" with faded mint luster and comparable to Robert's, while the Garrett and Collection SLT examples had comparable sharpness but slightly less in the way of flan flaws. As with so many of Robert's coins, this is a piece that was carefully chosen and would be hard to improve upon. Provenance: From the Robert M. Martin Collection. Ex Stack's Sale of the John L. Roper Collection, December 8-9, 1983, lot 242." I was prepared to pay much more for this coin, but with all of the other great coins in this auction, this one fell through the cracks and sold VERY cheap in my opinion. The PCGS Price Guide stops at $4,750 for that single EF45 and no value is given for this single AU55 example, so I have extrapolated a price comparing the similar 1787/1788 overdate and the Redbook values.
1793 C1 R3+ Liberty Cap Half Cent PCGS VF25 CAC MDS ex-Mark Hays ($13,950.00)
1793 C1 Liberty Cap half cent, smooth bust line, R3+. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF25, and the coin is CHOICE for the assigned grade! CAC-certified as a premium example. Original medium chocolate brown color with smooth surfaces and outstanding eye appeal. This is the ex-Mark Hays example, and it was his front-line collection coin. Middle die state (MDS) M2.0 with swollen reverse before the rim break cud. Hard to imagine a nicer coin for the grade. The "Cohen 1" attribution is listed on the PCGS label. EAC VF20 and AVERAGE PLUS! Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1793 S11a R4+ Wreath Large Cent PCGS VF Off-Center Mint Error Neiswinter ($7,500.00)
1793 S11a Wreath Large Cent, Vine and Bars Edge, R4+. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF Details Damage, but more importantly, an incredible early mint error! There are just a handful of off-center 1793 large cents, and this is one of those few coins! Recently sold in the Goldberg's auction of the Jim Neiswinter collection in January 2019, where it was described as: "Lot 23. 1793 S-11a R4+ Wreath Cent, Vine & Bars Edge PCGS Genuine VF Details Damage. Sharpness VF in the areas where the designs were properly struck up, but the planchet is covered with moderate granularity and there are a half dozen small, dull punch marks on the obverse. No verdigris. Slightly glossy dark steel and olive brown with lighter chocolate brown toning on the highpoints of the devices. EDS, Breen state I, without any die clashmarks. Struck at least 10% off center to K-1 leaving portions of the legends off the planchet, including nearly all of LIBERTY and many of the elements at the bottom of the reverse. The date is complete and easily readable. An extremely rare type of mint error for a 1793 cent. Walter Breen said he was aware of 3 or 4 off-center examples of the year, but it is reasonable to assume there were additional off-center pieces unknown to him. Struck on a planchet with version (b) of the Vine & Bars edge device. Our grade is net G5. The attribution, 10% Off-Center Error, and Neiswinter provenance are noted on the PCGS label. Weight 193.0 grains. Estimate Value $6,000 - UP Ex Bowers & Merena 3/2007:1115-Chris McCawley 4/2007-Jim Neiswinter Collection. Realized $4,080." The coin sold for a bargain price against it's $6,000 estimate, and NO I did not purchase the coin from that auction so my cost is significantly higher. I would love to keep this one, but can't keep them all! Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person than they are in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1793 S11b R4 Wreath Large Cent Lettered Edge PCGS F15 Choice ex-Denman ($9,500.00)
1793 S11b Wreath Large Cent, Lettered Edge, R4. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as F15, and CHOICE for the assigned grade! Glossy peanut butter tan color with no marks to speak of aside from a tiny reverse rim nick at K9. Outstanding color and eye appeal. A duplicate from the Terry Denman collection, prior pedigree to CVM. The S11b Lettered Edge attribution is listed on the PCGS label, and the two leaves after DOLLAR are plainly visible in the Edgeview holder. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person than they are in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1793 S11c R3- Wreath Large Cent Lettered Edge PCGS F12 Glossy Tan ($7,500.00)
1793 S11c Wreath Large Cent, Lettered Edge, R3-. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as F12, and excellent eye appeal thanks to glossy peanut butter tan brown surfaces. No major marks to speak of, just a really nice example. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person than they are in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1794 S20b R5 Liberty Cap Large Cent Head of 1793 PCGS VG8 Nearly Choice ($5,950.00)
1794 S20b Liberty Cap large cent, Head of 1793, R5. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG8, and it is NEARLY CHOICE for the assigned grade! Gorgeous, smooth tan brown surfaces with outstanding color. WAY above average for your typical 1794 Head of 1793 large cent. My grade is VG8 net VG7 due to a small reverse nick. Formerly from the Evan Kopald FPL from 2006, where it was offered as VG10 net VG8. GORGEOUS! Please note that the details are much stronger in person than in my photos - my lighting seems to be washing out some of the details. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1794 S33 R6 Liberty Cap Large Cent WHEELSPOKE PCGS AG ($5,995.00)
1794 S33 Liberty Cap large cent, Head of 1794, R6. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as AG3 details. This is the famous "Wheelspoke" variety, and just the second example I have handled in 20+ years as an early copper dealer! This is a low-grade "affordable" example that is a nice, original, chocolate brown FR2 with "P. HANSELI" counterstamped on both sides. Early die state Breen II with one bold wheelspoke at the I in UNITED. Ex-Chesapeake Bay Rare Coins 01/11; unknown; Greg Hannigan; Bob Shalowitz; Shawn A. Yancey 06/22/19; YOUR NAME HERE! Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1794 S48 R5- STARRED REVERSE Large Cent PCGS Genuine AG3 net FR2 ($12,500.00)
1794 S48 Liberty Cap large cent, Head of 1794, STARRED REVERSE, R5-. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as Genuine. The coin itself has fantastic light tan color, and a very bold obverse with a fully readable date. There is some light, black pitting around the cap on the obverse, and the planchet is wavy and dented. Despite the problems, the eye appeal is still nice, and MANY of the stars are plainly visible to the naked eye. My grade AG3 net FR2 and Minus, except the full date, great tan color, and lots of visible stars make it a GREAT example that is somewhat "affordable" as these go. Ex-Steven K. Ellsworth; Shawn A. Yancey 08/27/02; Glenn Mandler 04/01/03; Unknown; Harry Laibstain; Shawn A. Yancey 03/26/08 #7112; 04/23/08 to Jack D. Young; Shawn A. Yancey; James M. Rehmus 07/05/10; Shawn A. Yancey #R027; Alan Millhone 12/27/11; Greg Hannigan; Shawn A. Yancey 11/19/19 #12061; YOUR NAME HERE! Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1794 S49 R2 Liberty Cap Large Cent Head of 1794 PCGS AG3 CHOICE Tan ($399.00)
1794 S49 Liberty Cap large cent, Head of 1794, R2. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as AG3, and this is a CHOICE glossy tan example! The obverse is AG3+ with 75% easily readable date, and the reverse is weaker at PR1, so my overall grade is FR2+ CHOICE! Outstanding color and eye appeal, so impossible to find at the AG3 grade level! Please note that the details are much stronger in person than in my photos - my lighting seems to be washing out some of the details. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1794 S49 R2 Liberty Cap Large Cent Head of 1794 Raw F15 net VG10 ($750.00)
From the M. Scott Barrett collection. 1794 S49 Liberty Cap large cent, Head of 1794, R2. F15 and very close to full VF. Net graded to VG10 due to some minor nicks and some reverse spots. Original dark chocolate brown with nice color and eye appeal. EAC 2002 lot 149 to John Pijewski; Superior 05/29/05:1195:Scott Barrett. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1795 C6a R2 Liberty Cap Half Cent Plain Edge No Pole PCGS Fine ($1,150.00)
1795 C6a Liberty Cap half cent, Plain Edge No Pole, R2. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS Fine Details, Planchet Flaw. This coin was lot #33 in this year's 2018 EAC auction, and I had to have this coin for two reasons: absolutely GORGEOUS color, surfaces, and eye appeal; and a very cool cracked planchet mint error. As an added bonus, there is also some TAL undertype at left obverse. I hope my photos can do the coin justice, because the eye appeal cannot be overstated. Early die state, M1.0; 80.3 gns. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1795 S76b R1 Liberty Cap Large Cent Plain Edge PCGS AG3 OFF-CENTER Mint Error ($399.00)
1795 S76b Liberty Cap large cent, Plain Edge, R1. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as AG3 and "Struck 5% Off Center S76-b Plain Edge." The obverse is easily G5 with a full date, and the reverse is FR2, so the overall grade of AG3 is spot-on. Dark chocolate brown with light pitting on both sides. Struck at least 5% off-center toward obverse K10. An affordable mint error in an early (full) date. Please note that the details are much stronger in person than in my photos - my lighting seems to be washing out some of the details. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1798/7 JR1 Draped Bust Dime Large Eagle 16 Stars PCGS G6 ($1,499.00)
1798/7 JR1 Draped Bust Dime, Large Eagle, 16 Stars, R3. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as G6. An average, low-grade, affordable example of an important early dime with a cool overdate. Very close to VG8 overall, and the reverse is easily that grade or higher. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1803 S248 R4 Draped Bust Large Cent SmDt SmFrac NGC VF20 ($1,100.00)
1803 S248 Draped Bust large cent, Small Date Small Fraction, R4. An under-rated variety that feels a bit more difficult than R4 - in fact I show that I have only offered THREE low grade examples in the past 20 years. This example has been authenticated and graded by NGC as VF20BN, and it's a gorgeous, original, chocolate brown example. The EAC grade should be at least F15 but most standards, and there are only minor circulation marks commensurate with the grade. The hair definition is nearly full, as are the rims, and the reverse retains plenty of details in the leaf ribbing. Overall just a really nice example for this tougher variety, certainly the nicest S248 I have ever handled. Easily attributable by the mumps obverse and the die crack through the top of AMERICA on the reverse, and the S248 attribution is listed on the NGC label. Purchased from Doug Strain at the Tyler TX Coin Show on 06/22/19. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person than in my photos, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1804 S266c R2 Draped Bust Large Cent PCGS AG3 Both Cuds ($1,650.00)
1804 S266c Draped Bust Large Cent, Late Die State, R2. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as AG3, and it's a smooth original example with most of the date visible to the naked eye. In fact, the entire obverse is G4 if you factor in the late die state, which shows BOTH obverse and reverse rim break cuds. MOST of the scratches in the photos are on the plastic, but there are a couple very light ones on the obverse right around where the ear would be. Certainly nothing out of line for an AG3. Been a long time since I have offered an 1804 large cent, and this is a very nice low-grade example. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in person, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1807/6 S273 R1 Draped Bust Large Cent ANACS EF45 Large 7/6 Overdate Grellman VF30 ($2,250.00)
1807/6 Draped Bust large cent, S273, Large 7/6 Overdate, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by ANACS as EF45 in a very old small white holder. This coin is absolutely GORGEOUS: glossy dark chocolate brown with bold details and no marks to speak of. Wonderful eye appeal and I don't think anybody would assign an EAC grade of less than VF30+ on this one, especially since the coin has nearly every single hair strand clearly defined as well as almost all of the ribbing on the reverse leaves. By far the nicest S273 that I have handled. Grellman card as VF30+ net VF30 and LDS Breen IV. This coin is MUCH sharper and glossier in person, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
HCH 1856 N14 R1 Braided Hair Large Cent Slanted 5 PCGS MS63RB CAC ($650.00)
HCH: From the H. Craig Hamling collection. 1856 N14 Braided Hair large cent, Slanted / Italic 5, R1. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as MS63RB, and CAC-certified as CHOICE for the assigned grade. LOTS of RED for this grade, and wonderful eye appeal. H. CRAIG HAMLING TO SHAWN A. YANCEY 05/06/18; YOUR NAME HERE. Please note that the details are much stronger in person than in my photos - my lighting seems to be washing out some of the details. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1786 New Jersey M12-G W4790 NO COULTER Raw AG3 Jim Rehmus ($299.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M12-G / W4790, NO Coulter, R4. This coin has AG3 details with dark brown color and a readable date. There are some minor obverse scrapes, but not too bad for an AG3. Major Redbook variety. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1786 New Jersey M12-G W4790 NO COULTER Raw FR2 Jim Rehmus ($199.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M12-G / W4790, NO Coulter, R4. This coin has FR2 details but it is bent and wavy. Just a low-grade filler for a tough Redbook variety. I also have a PCGS G4 available at $650 if you want a nicer example. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1786 New Jersey M14-J W4810 Narrow Shield Straight Beam PCGS AG3 CHOICE Jim Rehmus ($99.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M14-J / W4810, Narrow Shield Straight Plow Beam, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as AG3, and it is CHOICE for the assigned grade! Smooth surfaces over gorgeous tan brown color, and with a full date. Jim purchased this as a terminal die state in F12; see the photos and grade it however you like, but all will agree on the amazing eye appeal. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1786 New Jersey M15-T W4825 Narrow Shield Straight Beam NGC G6 Jim Rehmus ($135.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M15-T / W4825, Narrow Shield Straight Plow Beam, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by NGC as G6. Smooth dark chocolate brown with nice eye appeal. Very nice for a G6 example. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1786 New Jersey M16-L W4840 Protruding Tongue Raw VG8 Jim Rehmus ($135.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M16-L / W4840, Protruding Tongue, R2. This is a smooth tan VG8 with minor obverse marks. A very nice and attractive example. Jim's notes say that this is die state 3. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1786 New Jersey M18-M W4890 Bridle PCGS VF30 Jim Rehmus ($750.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M18-M / W4890, Bridle obverse, R3. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF30. Very sharp with dark chocolate brown color and minor surface roughness, plus some minor voids on the reverse. Extremely sharp details, and the Bridle feature is plainly visible. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1786 New Jersey M23-R W4945 Narrow Shield Curved Beam Raw F12 Jim Rehmus ($199.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1786 New Jersey colonial, M23-R / W4945, Narrow Shield Curved Plow Beam, R3. F12 details with pretty medium tan color, but planchet flaws on both sides, and a possible old cleaning. Very attractive in hand. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey Colonial M6-D W5050 PCGS F15 Jim Rehmus ($399.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M6-D / W5050, Large Planchet Plain Shield, R2. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as F15, but wrong date, wrong coin#, wrong variety, PCGS FAIL! The coin itself is an early die state example that is smooth, dark, and very attractive. Purchased as VF20 for $650. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M28-L W5065 Small Planchet Plain Shield Raw F12 net VG8 Jim Rehmus ($99.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M28-L / W5065, Small Planchet Plain Shield, R3. This is a raw F12 with original medium and dark brown color but with minor planchet flaws on both sides, net VG8. A lot of meat but still below average due to the planchet quality. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M31-L W5095 Small Planchet Plain Shield Raw VG8 Jim Rehmus ($99.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M31-L / W5095, Small Planchet Plain Shield, R3. This is a raw VG8 with nice original surfaces and color, but the date is weak and the coin is just slightly bent. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M34-j W5115 Deer Head PCGS VG10 Jim Rehmus ($350.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M34-j / W5115, Deer Head, R4. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG10. Dark with microgranular surfaces, yet still a decent Deer Head variety. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M39-a W5195 Outlined Shield Raw F12 net VG8 Jim Rehmus ($150.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M39-a / W5195, Outlined Shield, R2. This coin has sharp F12 details with contrasting medium and dark chocolate brown color, but with very minor surface roughness, so call it net VG8. Nice eye appeal despite the minor roughness. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M46-e W5250 Small Planchet Plain Shield NGC VF20 Jim Rehmus ($399.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M46-e / W5250, Small Planchet Plain Shield, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by NGC as VF20. Dark peanut butter brown with even darker chocolate brown colors. Heavily clashed with minor reverse roughness. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M46-e W5250 Small Planchet Plain Shield PCGS VG10 Jim Rehmus ($299.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M46-e / W5250, Small Planchet Plain Shield, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG10. Glossy medium chocolate brown and very attractive. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M46-e W5250 Small Planchet Plain Shield Raw F12 Jim Rehmus ($199.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M46-e / W5250, Small Planchet Plain Shield, R1. This coin has F12 details and it has been struck with clashed dies that mostly obscure the date. Original medium brown. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M48-g W5275 Outlined Shield ICG F12 Jim Rehmus ($199.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M48-g / W5275, Outlined Shield, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded as ICG as F12, and the obverse is facing out the front of the holder. Nice dark peanut butter tan with minor roughness. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M48-g W5275 Outlined Shield NGC VG10 Jim Rehmus ($150.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M48-g / W5275, Outlined Shield, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by NGC as VG10, and it certainly has the sharpness of that grade. However, there are some planchet defects that may or may not be as-struck. Matte medium-dark brown color with below average eye appeal. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M53-j W5290 Outlined Shield Raw VG Jim Rehmus ($150.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M53-j / W5290, Outlined Shield, R4. A somewhat tougher variety at R4. Glossy light tan from an old cleaning, with some minor nicks on the reverse. All details bold including a strong date although the bottoms are struck off the planchet. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M60-p W5340 PLURIBS PCGS G4 Jim Rehmus ($199.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M60-p / W5340, PLURIBS reverse error, R4. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as G4. Easily VG8, but very dark brown color with some minor surface roughness. All details bold, especially the date and PLURIBS feature. Major Redbook variety, and R4 as a Maris variety. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M60-p W5340 PLURIBS Raw F12 Jim Rehmus ($250.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M60-p / W5340, PLURIBS reverse error, R4. Sharp F12 but dark and microgranular. All details bold, including the date and PLURIBS error. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M60-p W5340 PLURIBS Raw F12 Jim Rehmus ($299.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M60-p / W5340, PLURIBS reverse error, R4. Sharp F12 with glossy tan color but with minor marks on both sides. Date and PLURIBS error are both strong. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M6-D W5050 NGC VF Jim Rehmus ($199.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M6-D / W5050, Large Planchet Plain Shield, R2. Authenticated and graded by NGC as VF Details, corroded. Light overall roughness, but still brown not black and with strong details on both sides. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M6-D W5050 Raw AG3 TDS Jim Rehmus ($35.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M6-D / W5050, Large Planchet Plain Shield, R2. AG3+ or G4, terminal die state with obliterated obverse, reverse is G-VG with rim break at lower left. Very smooth and attractive. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M6-D W5050 Raw G-VG TDS Jim Rehmus ($65.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M6-D / W5050, Large Planchet Plain Shield, R2. G-VG, terminal die state, dark with minor roughness. Faint date, strong obverse, reverse break. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1787 New Jersey M6-D W5050 Raw VG8 MDS Jim Rehmus ($35.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1787 New Jersey colonial, M6-D / W5050, Large Planchet Plain Shield, R2. VG8, middle die state with most of the obverse and the date obscured. Dark and granular, worse on the obverse. Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
SALE! 1788 New Jersey M67-v W5510 Head Right PCGS VF Jim Rehmus ($199.00)
From the Jim Rehmus collection. 1788 New Jersey colonial, M67-v, W5510, Head Right, R1. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF details bent. Original dusky brown surfaces with strong details including a bold date. I did not notice a bend when I photographed the coin, but in the holder it sure looks like the obverse is concave and the reverse is convex? Without exception, my coins are sharper and more attractive in hand than in my photos. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
WOW 1851/81 N3 R1 Braided Hair Large Cent PCGS MS64BN CAC CHOICE! ($2,750.00)
1851/81 N3 Braided Hair Large Cent, Overdate, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as MS64BN, and CAC-certified as CHOICE for the assigned grade. That and the photo should say it all! By far the nicest 1851/81 I have ever handled, with LOTS of red for brown coin - take a look at the Coinfacts photo! Best of all, this coin is an early die state so the 1851/81 overdate feature is incredibly bold. For some reason, my photos tend to wash out the details on the coin, and the coins are much sharper and more attractive in person. So if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!

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