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The Oreville VI collection - 14th

Current Statistics
Rank

14
GPA with Top Bonuses

64.333
GPA Weighted

64.333
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

64.333

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The Oreville VI collection

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
$1/4 Octagonal 10611 1875 25C MS65 4 1 738284
1875 25C Indian Octagonal 25 Cents, BG-784, High R.5, MS65 PCGS. Pleasing yellow-gold patina covers both sides. The fields are decidedly prooflike and neither side has any mentionable marks. A challenging variety. Population: 3 in 65, 0 finer (7/10). (#10611)
$1/4 Round 10662 1859 25C MS65 11 1 540149
1859 1/4 Liberty Round BG-801 R-3 purchased from Bowers and Merena in June 2009. Lot # 3566. B&M Comments: Pale silver-rose highlights enliven otherwise khaki-gold surfaces. Modestly semi prooflike in the fields, with satiny devices that possess a good quality of strike for the type.
$1/2 Octagonal 10771 1872 50C MS65 16 6 25776
1872 50C Liberty Octagonal BG-913 Purchased at Heritage 2005 St. Louis, MO (CSNS) Signature Auction #372 Lot #9240 1872 50C Liberty Octagonal 50 Cents, BG-913, R.4, MS65 PCGS. An older holder Gem, generally lime-green in color although bright peach hues adorn the borders. Well struck, and only a faint mark above the coronet tip is worthy of passing mention. Population: 14 in 65, 2 finer (3/05).(#10771)
$1/2 Round 10464 1853 50C MS65 1 17557
Per Heritage: 1853 50C Liberty Round 50 Cents, BG-428, R.3, MS65 PCGS. Small Liberty head, bust tip points to star, L in CALIFORNIA centered between the wreath ends. An available Period One variety, but rarely encountered in such lofty condition. The prooflike yellow-green surfaces have numerous mint-made striations, but are well preserved. Population: 1 in 65, 0 finer (7/10). (#10464)
$1 Octagonal 10935 1874 $1 MS64 8 2 16742
$1 Round 10949 1871 $1 MS62 11 4 6267
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