PCGS Set Registry®
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Ex. Pittman/Gardner -JR-1, CAC This is a very special coin that has wonderful toning and its originality can be traced back to the Barney Bluestone auction in 1947!
JR-1, Ex Roger Solomon. Beautiful colorful toning - very late die state showing off many die cracks. Weakness on reverse - This coin shows off the challenges the mint faced way back then.
Ex Benson. Goldberg's 2/02 lot 462, JR-2 CAC - Gorgeous steel blue & deep grey toning w great luster. Huge die bulge on ERICA. One of the top 1814 that I've seen!
JR-2, office boy reverse
JR-6- This is one of the flashiest and gorgeously toned Capped Bust dime out there. Formerly from the Stickney's, James Stack's Koshkarian and Pogue's cabinets. The eye appeal is off the charts! CAC.
Ex. Bensen. Goldberg's 2/02 lot 469. JR-1
JR-1, Ex Eliasberg, Experts believe this coin is nicer than the Garrett, Bareford, Robinson and Norweb's speciman. Original skin CAC - a WOW coin!
JR-1. Ex Eliasberg, CAC Fabulous coin- This is my personal favorite date and the finest 1824 that I every saw of this semi key date. Very under-rated date. IMHO - this is a very special coin.
JR-1,R4, 1825 are very difficult to locate that are originally toned and well struck. This one has deep red blue toning thats 100% original. Early die state example. CAC
JR-7 - Early die state. Very original. Electric blue toning around the rim w/iridescent pale copper toning in the center. Surface quality is superb. A WOW coin!! Nicer then most 65s! The weakness on the reverse is very typical for the die marriage. Formerly from the Roger Solomon collection.
JR-1 -An extremely reflective dime with some believing the coin could be a specimen or very early strike. CAC
JR-2, CAC ex Gardner, very high on eye appeal and attractive toning with very pleasing surface quality - possible upgrade to a 67!
JR-5 - Ex James Stacks. I got more congrats from my friends than any other coin, when acquired - its that amazing. CAC
JR-5, CAC from the Gardner cabinet. Eye appeal is tops.
JR-2 - excellent strike CAC
JR-1, CAC This coin is one of most magnificent bust dimes that exist, The toning is gorgeous with very prooflike surfaces on obverse and reverse. Previously, this coin was graded 68 by NGC.
jR-3, CAC ex. Bareford pedigree. Imagine going to the US Mint in 1836 and handpicking a dime and preserving it for all these years - this coin would fit that description.
JR-4, This variety has the very typical obverse die crack running from top to bottom of the coin.