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1787 Fugio Cent N1-B W6600 Cross After Date PCGS G4 CAC ($599.00)
1787 Fugio cent, N1-B, W6600, Cross After Date, R4. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as G4, and CAC-certified as choice for the assigned grade. Ex-Heritage 12/07/14 lot 7021 where it sold for $587.50. A great low-grade example of a 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!
1787 Fugio N19-Z W6975 R5 Fugio Raised Rim Ted L. Craige PCGS G6 ($399.00)
1787 Fugio copper, N19-Z, W6975, Raised Rim variety, R5. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as G6, and it's an attractive medium tan brown example. The obverse is especially smooth and attractive, while the reverse does show some very minor roughness. This coin was lot #11617 in the Ted L. Craige collection sold by Stacks on 01/22/13, where this coin sold for $381.88. This coin is also plated in PCGS COINFACTS: https://www.pcgs.com/cert/26662079 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 M34-J W5115 Deer Head PCGS VG10 ($450.00)
1787 New Jersey, W34-J, W5115, Deer Head variety. This example has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG10. There are a few contact marks, mostly on the obverse. Glossy medium peanut butter brown with nice color and eye appeal. The "DEER HEAD" designation is listed on the PCGS label. 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 R4 PLURIBS PCGS G4 ($250.00)
1787 New Jersey, M60-p, W5340, R4, PLURIBS variety. This example has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as G4, and it's a very nice example with dark-chocolate brown color and mostly smooth surfaces. The PLURIBS error is quite full and bold, and this coin appears to be an under-graded VG8 late die state to my eyes. 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 C1 R3+ Liberty Cap Half Cent PCGS F15 LDS Reverse Cud ($13,950.00)
1793 C1 Liberty Cap half cent, smooth bust line, R3+. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as F15, and it's WAY above average for the assigned grade. Glossy medium brown color with excellent eye appeal. Even better, this is a late die state (LDS) example, Manley 3.0, with reverse rim break cud at F-AME. Additionally, this coin is well-known and recorded in the Noyes condition census as #89399 as F15. Ex-Jim McGuigan EAC 1996; Ray Rouse; Steve Grabski; Shawn A. Yancey 08/20/09; JRB; Shawn A. Yancey; 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!
1793 S13 R4- Liberty Cap Large Cent PCGS G6 ex-EAC 2013 ($16,500.00)
1793 S13 Liberty cap large cent, R4-. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as G6, and it has a very nice antiqued look about it with a contrasting mixture of peanut butter brown and dark chocolate colors. The surfaces are not perfectly smooth, but they create a fantastic cameo appearance and the eye appeal is nice indeed. This coin was lot #118 in the 2013 EAC auction, where it sold for $16,500 as VG8 net VG7. Almost impossible to find a 1793 Liberty Cap in this grade in a PCGS holder!
1794 C9 R2 Liberty Cap Half Cent PCGS G6 Undergraded ($850.00)
1794 C9 Liberty Cap Half Cent, High Relief Head, R2. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as G6, and frankly I think it's undergraded. I bought the coin raw and my grade was at least VG8. Win some, lose some. Regardless, this coin has great surfaces and color, with VG10 obverse and VG7 reverse. There are some tiny contact marks but they nearly disappear 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!
1794 O104 R5 Flowing Hair Half Dollar PCGS G4 Key First Year ($5,500.00)
1794 O104 Flowing Hair Half Dollar, R5. A rare variety with "Overton 104" listed on the PCGS label. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as G4, and a very smooth, original, and attractive example for the grade. The obverse has all details bold although the bottom of the date is showing some wear, and the reverse approaches VG8. Key date not only for scarcity but also for first year of half dollar production at the US Mint. 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 S42 R4 Liberty Cap Large Cent Head of 1794 PCGS F12 ($1,100.00)
1794 S42 Liberty Cap Large Cent, Head of 1794, R4. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as F12, and it has dark chocolate brown color with surfaces that are faintly granular under a strong glass. The details are bold especially the hair separation, and the coin shows full borders on each side. The "S-42 Head of 1794" attribution is listed on the PCGS label. 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 S71 R2 Liberty Cap Large Cent Head of 1795 PCGS VG8 ($750.00)
1794 S71 Liberty Cap Large Cent, Head of 1795, R2. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG8, and it's smooth, glossy medium brown with minor nicks only. The "S-71 Head of 1795" attribution is listed on the PCGS label. 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 C2a R3 Liberty Cap Half Cent Lettered Edge Punctuated Date PCGS EF40 ($6,500.00)
1795 C2a Liberty Cap Half Cent, Lettered Edge with Punctuated Date, R3. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as EF40, and it's choice glossy light tan brown with outstanding eye appeal. There are some tiny contact marks but overall this is an incredible example. EAC grade VF30 Plus and Manley 3.0 die state. The pedigree chain is unclear, but from what I can piece together it could be: Thomas Brown Collection, June 17, 1998 Chesapeake Bay Rare Coins Rod Widok Bill Eckberg at EAC 2010 CVM Shawn A. Yancey JRB Shawn A. Yancey 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!
1795 C6a R2 Liberty Cap Half Cent PCGS VG10 Double Struck Mint Error ($1,499.00)
1795 C6a Liberty Cap Half Cent, Plain Edge No Pole, R2. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG10, with "C-6a Pl Edge No Pole" listed on the PCGS label. This is a sharp, dark, glossy example with very attractive "antiqued" color. Although not noted on the holder, this coin has been dramatically double-struck. On the obverse, you can see portions of RTY in front of Liberty's face, and you can also make out a second faint 795 in the date at K7-K8. The double-strike is even more pronounced on the reverse, with AMERICA plainly doubled and a nice clear extra fraction. So it was struck once, and then rotated and struck again, with each side showing the same rotation. I hope my large photos show all of the cool features, although I think you will need a glass to see the second date on the obverse. The real date is mostly full in hand. Overall a very nice example and a very cool error.
1795 LM10 R3 Flowing Hair Half Dime PCGS VG10 ($1,999.00)
1795 LM10 Flowing Hair Half Dime, R3. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG10, and an average example for the grade. All details are bold on each side, including full date and some hair separation. As an added bonus, there is a very cool rim break cud at obverse K2 covering TY and the adjacent star.
1795 S76b R1 Liberty Cap Large Cent Off-Center Mint Error NGC G4 CHOICE ($1,650.00)
1795 S76b Liberty Cap Large cent, Plain Edge, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by NGC as G4, and it's choice for the assigned grade with smooth surfaces and perfect light tan brown color. More interesting is the fact that the coin is a major mint error, being struck 15% (or more) off-center toward obverse K10. Fortunately, the direction has kept the date fully on the coin. Ex-Heritage 03/21/13 lot 3027 at $1292.50.
1796 S102 R4 Draped Bust Large Cent ANACS F12 Reverse of 1794 ($1,250.00)
1796 S102 Draped Bust Large Cent, Reverse of 1794, R4. Authenticated and graded by ANACS as F12 in a yellow-label holder. This is an attractive and original coin with nice medium brown color and sharp details. My EAC grade is F12 net VG8+ due to some minor nicks and darker toning on the reverse. Middle-die-state (MDS) with the crack through BE to the rim in front of the nose visible but not strong. A very nice example of a 1796 draped bust large cent, which are notoriously hard to find in problem-free holders. 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!
1796 S103 R4+ Draped Bust Large Cent LIHERTY Error PCGS VG8 ($2,499.00)
1796 S103 Draped Bust Large Cent, LIHERTY error with Reverse of 1794, R4+. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG8, and it is nearly CHOICE for the assigned grade. Outstanding surfaces, color, and eye appeal for this rare R4+ Sheldon variety and major Redbook variety. I don't think a nicer S103 exists at this grade level? 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!
1796 S114 R5- Draped Bust Large Cent PCGS VG10 Reverse of 1797 ($1,499.00)
1796 S114 Draped Bust Large Cent, Reverse of 1797, R5-. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG10, and the reverse is even sharper, close to F15. Original medium brown with nice surfaces and eye appeal. The only notable defect are some patches of maroon toning on the obverse. A very nice example of a 1796 draped bust large cent, and especially for S114 which is an R5- variety. Early 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!
1796 S116 R5- Draped Bust Large Cent Reverse of 1796 PCGS G6 ($650.00)
1796 S116 Draped Bust Large Cent, Reverse of 1796 with Single Leaves, R5-. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as G6, and it's a solid, original dark chocolate brown with very minor roughness, mostly on the reverse. EAC grade should be at least G4, and this is a variety that usually comes ugly so the PCGS holder is an anomaly. The "S-116 Reverse of 1795 Single Leaves" attribution is listed on the PCGS label. The holder is scuffed and hazy - this one is MUCH nicer in person. 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!
1797 JR2 R4 Draped Bust Dime 13 Stars Obverse PCGS VG8 ($4,499.00)
1797 JR2 Draped Bust Dime, 13 Stars Obverse, R4. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG8, and it's a very attractive example with dark fields and lighter devices, creating a wonderful cameo appearance. A very tough Redbook variety, and a very nice representative.
1797 S120b R2 Draped Bust Large Cent PCGS F15 Gripped Edge ($1,350.00)
1797 S120b Draped Bust large cent, Reverse of 1796 with Gripped Edge, R2. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as F15, with very attractive peanut butter tan brown color that you rarely see on this variety. Minor marks only, just a nice mid-grade example.
1797 S121b R3 Draped Bust Large Cent PCGS F15 Gripped Edge Gene Heard collection ($1,499.00)
1797 S121b Draped Bust large cent, Reverse of 1796 with Gripped Edge, R3. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as F15, with very attractive medium brown surfaces. Complex multiple series of obverse die cracks, well-struck, well-centered, with bold details on both sides. "S-121b Gripped Edge; Rev of '95; Heard" is listed on the PCGS label. Ex-Tom Reynolds; Gene Heard; Goldberg's 06/04/17:251: Shawn A. Yancey #11783; YOUR NAME HERE!
1797 S131 R2 Draped Bust Large Cent NO Stems PCGS VF35 ($3,499.00)
1797 S131 Draped Bust Large Cent, Reverse of 1797 with NO Stems, R2. This is a nice, original example that has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF35. Very attractive glossy chocolate brown color with bold details, including nearly full hair definition and strong rims on each side. There are some minor nicks, but nothing noteworthy. "S-131 Rev '97, No Stems" is listed on the PCGS label. Current PCGS price guide says $4,000. A major Redbook variety, and a very nice mid-grade example.
1798 S155 R3 Draped Bust Large Cent Reverse of 1796 PCGS VF20 ($1,999.00)
1798 S155 Draped Bust Large Cent, Reverse of 1795/1796 with Single Leaves, R3. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF20, and this is a SHARP, very attractive example with appealing cameo color. The fields are a dark chocolate brown while the highlights are a lighter peanut-butter tan. The details are easily VF20 or sharper, but there are a few nicks on both sides, most notable on the reverse. I am not 100% certain, but I believe that this is the sharpest S155 I have ever handled.
1802 S230 R1 Draped Bust Large Cent Mint Error 10% Off-Center PCGS VG8 ($999.00)
1802 S230 Draped Bust Large Cent, Normal Reverse, R1. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as "Mint Error VG8 "Struck 10% Off-Center." What I love about this error is that the off-center strike was toward K2 obverse, which means that the date is still on the coin. Original medium brown example, and a major early date mint 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!
1803 S264 R4+ Draped Bust Large Cent Large Date Small Fraction PCGS AG3 Noyes G4 ($9,500.00)
1803 S264 Draped Bust Large Cent, Large Date / Small Fraction, R4+. YES, this is the RARE ONE! Conservatively authenticated and graded by PCGS as AG3, but recorded by Bill Noyes in the Numistudy Condition Census as #25450, G5 net G4 for some fine obverse scratches, Average, and tied for CC47-50. The scratches on the obverse show up really clearly in my photo, but they do NOT look like that in person. In fact, they are not really visible at all unless you tilt the coin under a bright light. The date is full and bold, and the fraction is 100% visible but faint in places. Great light tan brown color and average surfaces. This coin is pedigreed to: John D. Wright; Mark Engelstad / Pacific Northwest Collection, which was offered by CVM at $9500 in a special FPL Catalog on 09/30/07; Shawn A. Yancey #8152; Gene Michaels 07/08/09; Shawn A. Yancey 02/23/11 #9191; Gene Heard 03/14/11; Goldberg's 06/04/17:275; Shawn A. Yancey #11784; YOUR NAME HERE!
1803 S264 R4+ Draped Bust Large Cent NCS Fair Large Date Small Fraction ($2,250.00)
1803 S264 Draped Bust large cent, Large Date Small Fraction, R4+. A low-grade FAIR housed in an NCS Details holder. This coin was lot #1104 in the Heritage auction of 04/24/13, where it sold for $2232.50 and it was described as: "1803 1C Large Date, Small Fraction -- Damaged -- NCS. Fair Details. S-264, B-24, High R.4. S-264 is the only die variety that pairs a Large Date obverse with a Small Fraction reverse. Its rarity is presumably due to the lengthy and heavy cracks found on both sides, most notably on the reverse near 10 o'clock. It is the key to a complete collection of Guide Book Draped Bust cent varieties. The present gunmetal-gray example has a readable date and shows much of the wreath and all of ONE CENT. The reverse is moderately granular and shows evidence of cleaning. Our EAC grade Fair 2." YES, this is the ultra-rare Redbook variety with Large Date and Small Fraction, and probably one of the more "affordable" low-grade examples.
1804 BD7 R4 Capped Bust Gold $5 Half Eagle Small/Large 8 PCGS AG3 ($2,999.00)
1804 BD7 Capped Bust Gold $5 Half Eagle, Small 8 over Large 8, R4. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as AG3, and it's a great example for the grade. I believe this is the first low-grade early gold half eagle that I have handled, and this one is very nice. The strongest feature on the coin is the way cool Small 8 over Large 8 feature. In person the details are stronger on each side, and the scratches that look big in the photos are inconsequential in-hand. A great opportunity to pick up an "affordable" early gold type coin.
1807/6 S273 R1 Draped Bust Large Cent ANACS EF45 ($2,499.00)
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 VF35 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. This coin is MUCH sharper and glossier in person, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1812 S289 R1 Classic Head Large Cent Large Date PCGS F12 ($599.00)
1812 S289 Classic Head Large Cent, Large Date, R1. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as F12. Original medium chocolate brown, great eye appeal, no defects to speak of. This is a very nice example that is slightly above average. 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!
1834 N5 R5 Coronet Large Cent THE RARE ONE PCGS AU53 CAC Lg8 LgStars MedLetters ($8,500.00)
1834 N5 Coronet Large Cent, Large 8 Large Stars Medium Letters, R5. YES, this is the rarest 1834 Redbook variety! This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as AU53, and CAC-certified as CHOICE for the assigned grade. This coin was lot #3081 in the 08/02/12 Heritage auction where it sold for $5,581.25 over 5 years ago. The coin is gorgeous with sharp details. There are really no defects to speak of, so the only thing I can point out is some weakness on some of the stars. In the Heritage auction, this coin was listed as EAC EF45 and I agree with that assessment. That should put this coin in the bottom half of the condition census, somewhere around CC6-8. This coin compares VERY favorably to the Gene Heard AU58 CAC that just sold for $11,750 - I actually like this coin better because it does not have the obverse marks that the Heard coin exhibits. Either way, this is a very high grade example of the rarest middle date 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!
1839/6 N1 R3+ Coronet Large Cent Overdate PCGS F15 CAC ($2,250.00)
1839/6 N1 Coronet Large cent, Overdate, R3+. This is a sharp, completely original example that has been accurately graded by PCGS as F15, and CAC-certified as CHOICE for the assigned grade. Let the photos speak for themselves!

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