PCGS The Standard for the Rare Coin Industry
PCGS Set Registry® 82,557 Registered Sets

Big Bear Middle Dates - 2nd

2006
Current Statistics
Rank

2
GPA with Top Bonuses

57.659
GPA Weighted

57.614
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

57.659
%RD

0.00%

Big Bear Middle Dates

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1816 1591 1816 1C MS63BN 81 34 9795
N5. Ex. Barney Bluestone-Willard Blaisdell-R.E. Naftzger. Listed as CC # 5 in Noyes book.
1817 13 Stars 1595 1817 1C MS63RB 36 24 3736
N6. Ex: Heritage 6/05:lot 5094
1817 15 Stars 1597 1817 1C AU55BN 15 15 1622
N-16. EAC AU55
1818 1600 1818 1C MS65BN 4 1 6281
N1. Tied for CC #3.
1819/(8) Large Date 1603 1819/(8) 1C MS62BN 22 35 2680
N-2. Tied for CC#13.
1819 Small Date 1607 1819 1C MS64RB 14 256
N9 small date. Ex: Heritage 6/05: 5048.
1819/8 1612 1819/8 1C MS63BN 12 4 148
N-1. From Julian Leidman to Robinson S. Brown, Jr.; Superior (RSB) 9/86:510; Superior (J.R. Frankenfield) 2/01:706. ANR: 8/04:61. Evan Kopald. Plated in John Wright's The Cent Book for the 1819 N-1 variety.
1820 Large Date 1616 1820 1C MS65RB 84 7 8827
N13. Ex: Heritage 6/05: Lot 5099
1820 Small Date 91615 1820 1C MS63BN 14 5 1825
N-15. EAC 60. Ex: Evan Kopald.
1820/19 1618 1820/19 1C AU58BN 7 9 1027
N-1. B&M 11/06: 248. Brown with choice, lustrous surfaces. Some very minor marks and hairlines. Sharpness of AU-50+. There is a tiny mint clip at 8:30. Tied for Condition Census 7.
1821 1621 1821 1C AU58BN 10 8 1319
N1. Ex: Heritage: 6/05, lot 5100.
1822 1624 1822 1C MS62BN 13 14 2160
N11. ex Garrett Bowers & Ruddy 11/28/79:145. Later, RE Naftzger.
1823 1627 1823 1C VF35BN 8 19 829
N-2, LDS. EAC 30
1823/2 1630 1823/2 1C AU50BN 2 7 414
N1. From The Joshua and Ally Walsh Collection of United States Cents. Heritage 1/06:602
1824 1636 1824 1C MS65BN 1 49
N2. Ex: Hogan Pond Collection:ANR Jewel Sale 3/05, Lot 1160
1824/2 1639 1824/2 1C AU55BN 3 11 320
N1. CC#11. EAC 50, choice.
1825 1642 1825 1C MS62BN 8 22 1557
N-9. Ex: Evan Kopald. EAC AU58.
1826 1645 1826 1C MS65BN 1 811
N7
1826/5 1648 1826/5 1C AU55BN 3 7 414
Ex: Heritage 8/06:182. N-8. EAC 40.
1827 1651 1827 1C MS63BN 24 15 3845
N7. CC#7.
1828 Large Narrow Date 1654 1828 1C MS64BN 11 3 2520
N11. From The Joshua and Ally Walsh Collection of United States Cents. Heritage 1/06:610
1828 Small Wide Date 1657 1828 1C AU58BN 3 5 314
N-10. Ex: Kosoff 11/85; later, Superior 2/7/00, ex Evan Kopald. EAC Au50+
1829 Large Letters 1663 1829 1C MS63BN 7 6 1626
N1.Ex: Rasmussen Collection. Heritage:1/05; lot 3555. Previously, Ex: Lester Merkin (10/72), lot 583; C.E. Harrison (4/75); Wayne Slife; Chuck Heck; Myles Z. Gerson; Denis W. Loring (6/84).(#1663) CC#5
1829 Medium Letters 36928 1829 1C MS64BN 1 0 30
Small Letters Reverse. Called AU55 and finest known by 10 points in the Noyes census, his photo #21036. Bland also says AU55 and CC#1. Ex James Kelly, Central States Numismatic Society Convention 4/55:470A-Emanuel Taylor 10/60. REN, Goldbergs 2/1/09:219.
1830 Large Letters 1672 1830 1C MS62BN 8 30 1160
N1.
1830 Medium Letters 1675 1830 1C AU55BN 3 31
1831 Large Letters 1678 1831 1C AU55BN 44 96 47169
N-8. MDS. EAC 50. Ex: Evan Kopald.
1831 Medium Letters 1681 1831 1C MS63BN 5 1 1314
N2. Ex: Abner Kreisberg, 1957; RE Naftzger, EAC 1989:320; Robbinson Brown 1/27/96: Lot 568
1832 Large Letters 1687 1832 1C MS63BN 13 19 1432
N3.
1832 Medium Letters 1690 1832 1C MS64BN 3 78
N-1. EAC MS64.
1833 1697 1833 1C MS64RB 11 6 1516
N4. 1833/2. CC#2.Ex Bob Matthews; Superior, 5-28-89, Lot 739.
1834 Large 8 Sm St ML 1699 1834 1C MS62BN 8 25 852
N-4. EAC AU55. Ex: Superior 5/31/92:578; Tom Reynolds; Dr. Wallace Lee.
1834 Large 8 Lg St Med Lt 1702 1834 1C AU58BN 2 2 23
N-5. Ex: Coinhunter (Catherine Bullowa) late 1960's- Del Bland- R.S. Brown Superior 9/30/86:760-Manuel Ahumada; EAC 2006 sale lot 360
1834 Large 8 Lg St Lg Let 1705 1834 1C MS63BN 1 14
N-6. Condition Census #3.
1834 Small 8 Lg St Med Lt 1708 1834 1C MS63BN 11 9 1527
N-2.
1835 Head of 1836 1714 1835 1C MS62BN 4 24 876
N8, head of 1836. Ex. Garrett collection, Bowers & Ruddy 11/28/79:170-Dr. Wallace Lee Suoerior 5/25/03:816.
1835 Small 8, Stars 37084 1835 1C MS65BN 2 1 49
N-5. R-2. Naftzger. MDS with fine die flowlines covering the fields. Called MS63 and tied for CC#1 in the Noyes census, his photo #20860. Ex Milton A. Holmes, Stack's 10/5/60:1565-John. J. Pittman-C. Douglas Smith-Del Bland-Jerry A. Bobbe-Myles Z. Gerson-Denis Loring-Herman Halpern, Stack's 3/16/88:449-Tony Terranova 4/16/88. REN, Goldbergs 2/1/09:317.
1835 Large 8, Stars 1720 1835 1C MS63BN 1 2 56
N-1. Ex: Peter Miller
1836 1726 1836 1C MS64BN 17 7 2436
N-6. Ex:Jules Reiver (Heritage) 1/06:20058. Previously, Michael, 9/5/91.
1837 Head of 1838 1729 1837 1C MS65BN 33 13 4284
N-12, R3. Accessory E variety. Ex: REN. CC #7. EAC 60.
1837 Small Letters 1732 1837 1C AU58BN 7 14 926
N-5 R2. EF-45 Plus, Plain Hair Cord with Small Letters Reverse. Glossy medium brown with satiny mint luster coverng the fields and protected areas. LDS. Ex Jim Corrado; Goldberg 2/07:741.
1837 Medium Letters 1736 1837 1C MS65RB 12 2 226
N13. CC#4
1838 1741 1838 1C MS66BN 13 2 26104
N4. Ex-Milton Holmes; Stack’s, 10-1960, Lot ?; Herman Halpern. Tied for Condition Census #1.
1839 Head of 1838 1744 1839 1C MS64BN 12 7 1925
N-2.
1839 Silly Head 1748 1839 1C MS63BN 9 40 1069
1839 Booby Head 1751 1839 1C MS65BN 12 3 1834
N13.
1839/6 37261 1839/6 1C XF45BN 1 6 47
N-1.Choice glossy steel brown and chocolate, the reverse a few shades lighter than the obverse. The obverse is virtually flawless while the reverse shows a couple trivial defects, including a small spot of darker olive toning over the O in ONE and some extremely faint roughness at the second S in STATES extending to near the O in OF. LDS, Newcomb?s state III, with a strong die crack from the dentils under star 4 to the nose and eye plus another from the ear exiting the hair just below the hairbun through star 11 to the dentils at right. This example is sharp enough to see that the two die cracks are connected diagonally by a crack high on the cheekbone, thereby confirming this is a true bisecting die crack. A wonderful example of the impressive late die state, and both die cracks are bold. The overdate feature remains obvious. Called VF35 in the Bland census. Our grade is VF35. Pop 1; 1 in 53; 1 in 55; 1 in 58; 1 in 65. Only 5 graded at PCGS for the variety. DWH #3178 (PCGS # 37261) . Estimated Value $10,000-UP. Ex Q. David Bowers 9/70-Harlan Berk-William R. T. Smith 10/73-John M. Ward, Jr.-unknown-Denis Loring 5/06.