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1723 Woods Hibernia Halfpenny 4.58-GC.27 Terminal Die State TDS EF45 net EF40 ($275.00)
1723 Woods Hibernia Halfpenny, 4.58-GC.27. This coin is VERY attractive with dark tan color and bold details. Very sharp EF45 with a tiny circular depression in front of the forehead, net EF40. What drew me to this coin, aside from the nice eye appeal, was the terminal die state with multiple obverse die cracks and another one on the reverse. Really a cool-looking coin overall. Ex-Tom Reynolds at St. Charles CoinX 11/06/21. Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in person than they are in my photos, so if you like the photos you will LOVE the coin!
1786 New Jersey Date Under Plow Beam Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU ($40.00)
1786 New Jersey, Date Under Plow Beam, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY. BU; with insert; COPY struck on REVERSE; plain edge. I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!
1786 New Jersey Date Under Plow Beam Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU ($40.00)
1786 New Jersey, Date Under Plow Beam, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY. BU; with insert; COPY struck on REVERSE; plain edge. I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!
1786 New Jersey Date Under Plow Beam Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU Double Struck Off Center ($50.00)
1786 New Jersey, Date Under Plow Beam, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY. BU; with insert; COPY struck on REVERSE; plain edge. Double-struck off-center mint error! I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!
1786 New Jersey Date Under Plow Beam Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU Uniface Oversize Broadstrike ($75.00)
1786 New Jersey, Date Under Plow Beam, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY. BU; NO insert; COPY struck on OBVERSE; plain edge. Uniface broadstrike on oversized planchet error! I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!
1787 New Jersey Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU WM Under Horse ($40.00)
1787 New Jersey, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY, WM Under Horse, BU, with insert, COPY struck on REVERSE; plain edge. I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!
1787 New Jersey Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU WM Under Horse ($40.00)
1787 New Jersey, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY, WM Under Horse, BU, with insert, COPY struck on REVERSE; plain edge. I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!
1787 New Jersey Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU WM Under Horse ($40.00)
1787 New Jersey, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY, WM Under Horse, BU, with insert, COPY struck on OBVERSE; plain edge. I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!
1787 New Jersey Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU WM Under Horse ($40.00)
1787 New Jersey, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY, WM Under Horse, BU, with insert, COPY struck on REVERSE; plain edge. I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!
1788 New Jersey Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU Head Left ($45.00)
1788 New Jersey, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY, Head Left, BU, with insert, COPY struck on REVERSE; plain edge. I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!
1794 C3a R5 Liberty Cap Half Cent Raw VG8 net G5 ($1,499.00)
1794 C3a Liberty Cap half cent, Small Edge Letters, R5. This coin has VG8 details but the green-brown color is a little splotchy and there are some scattered light nicks on each side. The reverse is slightly rotated clockwise and this is an early die state (EDS) example Manley 1.0. My EAC grade is VG8 net G5+ and this is a decent example for a low-grade rarity. Ex-Tom Reynolds at St. Charles CoinX 11/06/21. 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!
1794 S30 R1 Liberty Cap Large Cent Head of 1794 PCGS AG3 ($350.00)
1794 S30 Liberty Cap large cent, Head of 1794, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as AG3. The obverse is AG3+ but the reverse is only PR1, so call it an EAC FR2. Good medium tan brown color and pretty strong details on the obverse, with enough details to confirm the S30 attribution including bold denticles on the reverse. The great color and full date make this is a pretty nice low grade example. Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in person than they are in my photos, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1798/7 JR1 R3 Draped Bust Dime 16 Stars Reverse NGC AG3 ($999.00)
1798/7 JR1 Draped Bust Dime, 16 Stars Reverse, R3. This is a nice original example that has been authenticated and graded by NGC as AG3. The obverse is AG3 with BOLD overdate, while the reverse approaches G6. A nice low-grade 18th-century type coin. Ex-Heritage auction. 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!
1803 S265 R4 Draped Bust Large Cent RARE Large Date Large Fraction PCGS VG8 ($750.00)
1803 S265 Draped Bust Large Cent, Large Date Large Fraction, R4. This example has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VG8, and it is an average example for the grade. Medium chocolate brown color with minor surface roughness. This is the very rare Redbook variety with Large Date and Large Fraction, the only Sheldon variety that fits that hole, and nearly as rare as the S264 which commands much higher premiums. Ex-Tom Reynolds at St. Charles CoinX 11/06/21. 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!
1817 N1 R4 Coronet Large Cent 13 Stars Obverse COVID Donation Lot G5 ($30.00)
1817 N1 Coronet Large Cent, 13 Stars obverse, R4. This coin is an average G5 with peanut butter tan brown color and peripheral weakness on the obverse. Special thanks to DENNIS FUOSS who donated this lot to me in order to help with my COVID recovery! And thank YOU for buying it! Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in person than they are in my photos, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1818 N2 R4 Coronet Large Cent COVID Donation Lot AG3 ($30.00)
1818 N2 Coronet Large Cent, R4. This coin is an average AG3 with bold date, dark brown color, and smooth surfaces for the grade. Special thanks to DENNIS FUOSS who donated this lot to me in order to help with my COVID recovery! And thank YOU for buying it! Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in person than they are in my photos, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1823/2 N1 Coronet Large Cent Overdate Raw F15+ net F12 ($650.00)
1823/2 N1 Coronet Large Cent, Overdate, R2. Very nice medium brown color and average surfaces with some minor rim bumps. My EAC grade is F15+ net F12 and this would be a GREAT coin for an album which would all but hide those tiny bumps. Ex-David Johnson at St. Charles CoinX 11/06/21. 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!
1824/2 N1 Coronet Large Cent Overdate R1 PCGS AU53 Twin Leaf Collection ($5,500.00)
1824/2 N1 Coronet Large Cent, Overdate, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as AU53, and it was part of the "Twin Leaf Collection" auctioned by Stacks in March 2016, where it was described as: "Sold $3,055 LOT DESCRIPTION Sharp 1824/2 Newcomb-1 1824/2 Matron Head Cent. N-1. Rarity-1. Noyes Die State-C/B. AU-53 (PCGS). Gently mottled deep mahogany brown and steel and quite uniform in this respect throughout, though the reverse shows some very slight microscopic roughness in places. Nicely struck with sharp central details. Die wear and a slight misalignment have affected the strength of the dentils in this state, though an obvious partial inner circle remains on the obverse. A somewhat advanced die state, but in terms of quality this piece is quite similar to the coin sold in Part I of the Twin Leaf Collection as lot 2114. That piece graded higher at PCGS and had slightly better surfaces, but our EAC grade is the same. EAC:EF45 Noyes:35429 From the Twin Leaf Collection Provenance: From the Twin Leaf Collection of United States Large Cents, Part II. Earlier ex Clinton Hollins, February 1982; Jack H. Robinson; Superior, January 1989:796; Robinson S. Brown, Jr.; Superior, January 1996:491. PCGS# 36778." I got this coin from Tom Reynolds at the St. Charles CoinX on 11/06/21, and this is the nicest example of this variety that I have handled. The "Newcomb 1" attribution and "Twin Leaf Collection" pedigree are each listed on the PCGS label. 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!
1828 N10 R1 Coronet Large Cent Small Wide Date PCGS MS62RB Twin Leaf Collection ($7,500.00)
1828 N10 Coronet Large Cent, Small Wide Date, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as MS62RB, and it was part of the "Twin Leaf Collection" auctioned by Stacks in March 2016, where it was described as: "Sold $3,995 LOT DESCRIPTION 1828 Matron Head Cent. N-10. Small Wide Date. Rarity-1. Noyes Die State-A/A. MS-62RB (PCGS). Generous faded rosy red copper is tamed by soft steel on the obverse motifs and to a lesser degree in the fields. One brick oxidation spot comes into view when the coin is turned in the light. The reverse exhibits generous faded mint red with olive brown highlights and scattered microscopic toning flecks in the fields. About as nicely struck as this variety comes. Good detail throughout the central motifs though only about half of the stars show their centers. Dentils are strong but narrow in places. The Twin Leaf Part I coin was graded two numeric points higher than this one, but had inferior color as it was mostly brown. Ranked as tied for sixth finest in the Noyes Census, it was certainly an important piece and it realized just shy of $10,000, a substantial sum that exceeded by more than $2,000 the result of the former Oscar Pearl coin, ranked CC#5, which sold in February 2013. The former Pearl coin also trended toward brown, albeit light and handsome. The present coin is ranked much lower than these two in the Noyes Census but it's called EF40 EAC, which is obviously an error in the listings. Del Bland called it MS62, while the Superior catalogers in October 2000 saw it as MS63, noting that the variety is "seldom seen with this much mint red." Without the spot, this coin is an EAC MS63 all day long, but we've elected to deduct one point for it. Still, it is an outstanding example of the variety and worthy of a fine cabinet of coppers. EAC:MS62 Noyes:34056 From the Twin Leaf Collection Provenance: From the Twin Leaf Collection of United States Large Cents, Part II. Earlier ex Bowers and Merena, March 1994:1170; Anthony Terranova; McCawley and Grellman, January 1995:484; Eric Morrison; Superior, October 2000:1344; Chris Victor McCawley. PCGS# 36908." I got this coin from Tom Reynolds at the St. Charles CoinX on 11/06/21, and this is the nicest example of this variety that I have handled. The "Newcomb 10 Small Wide Date" attribution and "Twin Leaf Collection" pedigree are each listed on the PCGS label. 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!
1828 N4 R4 Coronet Large Cent COVID Donation Lot AG3+ ($50.00)
1828 N4 Coronet Large Cent, Close Small Date, R4. This coin is an average AG3+ with bold date, peanut butter brown color, and smooth surfaces for the grade. Special thanks to DENNIS FUOSS who donated this lot to me in order to help with my COVID recovery! And thank YOU for buying it! Without exception, my coins are much sharper and more attractive in person than they are in my photos, so if you like the photos, you will LOVE the coin!
1830 N9 R6- RARE Coronet Large Cent Large Letters CHOICE VG7 ($6,500.00)
1830 N9 Coronet Large Cent, Large Letters, R6-. WOW! Not only is this an ultra-rare variety, but this is also a CHOICE example that grades VG7 and should be CC6. Outstanding color, surfaces, and eye appeal. I believe this is only the second 1830 N9 that I have handled, and the other one was a sharper coin with dark color and significant surface issues. Ex-Tom Reynolds at St. Charles CoinX 11/06/21. 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!
1835 N12 R4 Coronet Large Cent SD SS SL Raw VF20+ Tied-CC14 ($999.00)
1835 N12 Coronet Large Cent, SD / SS / SL, R4. This example is a VERY nice, original, solid VF20+ with great surfaces, color, and eye appeal. I can't imagine a nicer coin for the grade and price. Ex-Tom Reynolds at St. Charles CoinX 11/06/21. 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!
1839/6 N1 Coronet Large Cent R3 LDS Bisecting Obverse Crack Raw F12+ net VG10+ ($1,750.00)
1839/6 Coronet Large Cent, Overdate, R3. This coin is NEARLY choice with great surfaces, color, eye appeal, strong F12+ details, and even better, the terminal die state with bisecting obverse die crack. Unfortunately the coin is slightly concave on the obverse. I can't see any damage or puncture or punching damage, but the coin is just slightly bent enough that it will not grade at PCGS, in my opinion. There is also NO evidence of uneven wear from the bend. However, this would be an INCREDIBLE coin for an album, and without that bend, I would be asking a full $1,000 more for this beauty at $2750 instead of $1750. Ex-David Johnson at St. Charles CoinX 11/06/21. 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!
1840/18 N2 Braided Hair Large Cent Raw EF45 net EF40 ($599.00)
1840/18 N2 Braided Hair Large Cent, Large/Small 18, R2. This coin is a sharp EF45 with bold details and sharp strike on both sides, and the overdate feature is also exceptionally bold. The color is a nice mottled mixture of medium and dark brown, but may not be original so my grade is EF45 net EF40. Ex-Tom Reynolds at St. Charles CoinX 11/06/21. 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!
Book Paper Money of The United States 18th Edition Friedberg Like New ($50.00)
This item is for one book, the hardback 18th edition of Paper Money of the United States by Friedberg's. Excellent condition.
Book Steve Tompkins Early United States Quarters 1796-1838 Hardback #2 ($75.00)
This item includes ONE like-new book from Steve Tompkins on Early United States Quarters 1796-1838. Excellent condition, I have TWO of these for sale, and this is #2.
Book The Aristocrat - The Story of the 1793 Sheldon 15 by Jim Neiswinter ($75.00)
This item includes ONE like-new book from Jim Neiswinter The Aristrocrat the Story of the 1793 S15 large cent. Hardback.
Books Two Volume Set 100 Greatest Coins and Paper Money Hardbacks ($50.00)
This item includes TWO books: 100 greatest coins, and 100 greatest paper money. Both are hardbacks in excellent condition. GREAT CHRISTmas gift!
GMM 1793 Mint Set 4-Copy Gallery Mint Museum BU Set ($199.00)
This is a four-coin GMM 1793 mint set. These are all BU, and includes half cent, Chain cent, Wreath Cent, and Liberty Cap Cent. These are NOT real coins - they are incredible copies made by the Gallery Mint Museum (GMM) several years ago. Would make a GREAT gift, and also great album fillers since the originals would cost tens of thousands of dollars!

I also have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors; that are not listed here.  I also have a 60-coin & box sets master collection that I have assembled over 25+ years as being a coin dealer available at $3,000 shipped.  Please email me at [email protected] for additional details!

New Jersey Gallery Mint GMM COPY BU Dramatic Off-Center Error ($75.00)
No date, New Jersey, Gallery Mint (GMM) COPY, large planchet, COPY struck on REVERSE; NO insert; plain edge, dramatic way off-center strike mint error! I have a FULL double-row box of assorted GMM copies: BU and Proof; copper and silver; regular and errors - please email me for a complete listing!

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