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The Norweb Family - 2nd

Retired Statistics
Rank

2
GPA with Top Bonuses

63.000
GPA Weighted

62.643
Complete

70.00%
Set Rating

44.100

About This Set: From the Experts at PCGS
Like father, like daughter. As a young girl, Emery May Holden learned the love of coins from her father, Albert Holden, who collected actively from 1910-1913. Decades later, Emery May and her husband, Ambassador R. Henry Norweb resumed collecting in a big way, expanding the collection with purchases from great sales like the Farouk collection in 1954. Theirs was one of the classic collections of the 20th century, including such rarities as the 1913 Liberty Nickel, 1885 Trade Dollar, and 1907 Ultra-High Relief $20 gold piece, not to mention many other fabulous rarities that are not included in this set.

About the Norweb Family Collection

The Norweb Family

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1913 5C 3912 1913 5C PR55 3
Estimated grade. Ex Farouk, now in the Smithsonian.
1894-S 10C 4805 1894-S 10C PR65BM 1 1 11
PCGS grade. Ex. Cass; Stacks; Ruddy; Bowers (1958) Sold by Bowers & Merena Oct '87 Price Realized $77000
1876-CC 20C 5300 1876-CC 20C MS66 2 0 20
PCGS grade. Sold by Bowers & Merena Oct '87 Price Realized $69300
1838-O 50C 86226 1838-O 50C SP64BC 1 0 10
PCGS grade. Ex. Wilson; Elder (1908) Sold by Bowers & Merena Nov '88 Price Realized $93500
1804 S$1 (Original or Restrike) 1804 $1
1870-S S$1 6965 1870-S $1 AU58 1 1 11
PCGS grade. Ex. Granberg; ANS; Newcomer; Woodin; Green; Johnson; Anderson-Dupont; Kagin Sold by Bowers & Merena Nov '88 Price Realized $126500
1885 T$1 7065 1885 T$1 PR62 1 12
PCGS grade. Ex. Farouk (1954) Sold by Bowers & Merena Mar '88 Price Realized $121000
Coiled Hair $4 (1879 or 1880) $4
Ultra High Relief $20 9130 1907 EX-HR $20 PR68
PCGS grade.
1927-D $20 9187 1927-D $20