PCGS Set Registry®
ghrays - 6th
GPA with Top Bonuses
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N-3. R1. Tied for CC#4.Later die state (B) with a thin crack through the date and several stars, and a small rim break between the final pair of stars. Ex: Stack's Bowers 11/11:303.
N-6. E-MDS (a). Ex: Dr W Lee Superior 5/01: 1229.
N-2 Rarity-1 MS-63 Small Date. Chocolate with some bluish tones. Choice, lustrous surfaces. No defects. Die state d. Tied for Condition Census #4. Ex: B&M 3/07:1222
Ex: Naftzger Goldbergs 2009:664. N-12. Called MS63 and CC#2 of the business strikes in the Noyes census, his photo #31076. Our grade is MS64, tied for CC#1 of the business strikes in the Grellman census. Ex 1979 EAC Sale, 1/13/79:274 (via Myles Z. Gerson).
N-5. Superior 6/00:363. 2001 EAC Sale:473.
N-2, R.1. Brown with some faded mint red on the obverse and some sea green toning on the reverse. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Tied for Condition Census #1. Comes with two Grellman Attribution and Grading cards as MS-63. Die state b, early.
N-8, R.1. Grellman Die State a. Ex: Heritage 1/11:3177 (as NGC MS65RB).
N-21, Low R.4. Grellman die state b.EAC 63. Ex: Heritage 5/07:183.
1849 Large Cent N-2 Rarity-2 AU-58. Brown with choice, lustrous surfaces. No defects. Just a touch of friction from full Mint State. Die state v. Very choice.
N-12. Joe Dooley 1/11/1997: 593. 2002 EAC sale:613.
N-38. Brown with 20% faded mint red on the obverse and 40% faded mint red on the reverse. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Tied for Condition Census 2. Die state b.
N-3, R1. EAC MS64.
N-11. B&M 11/06: 318. Brown with 35% of the mint red remaining on the obverse and 50% of the mint red remaining on the reverse. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Slightly sharper with some very minor ticks. Tied for Condition Census 1. Die state a, late.
1854 N-24. Rarity-2. MS-65 RB (PCGS). A pleasing Gem cent. Largely rich coppery brown with approximately a third of the original mint red remaining on both sides. Nice lustre and good eye appeal. A few minor spots are seen, but none are active. From the Warren Snow Collection. Earlier from B. Max Mehl's sale of the William Cutler Atwater Collection, June 1946, Lot 115 for $5.25.
1855 N-10. Rarity-1. Slanted 55. MS-65 RB (PCGS). Beautifully blended reddish brown surfaces on both sides with more mint red than often seen for the grade. Highly lustrous and nicely struck. Another example of this variety whose better examples have often been mistaken for Proof format in early auction catalogues. From the famed Anderson Dupont sale, Part I where it was described as follows, "Blazing red Proof. Minute rim nick opposite first star, visible with a glass." The surface tones have undoubtedly mellowed a bit since 1954, but the piece was plated and can be matched with some study. Another delightful Gem. From the Warren Snow Collection. Earlier from our Anderson Dupont sale, September 1954, Lot 1009 for $80.
N-7. Brown with 40% mint red on the obverse and 60% mint red on the reverse. There are some small spots scattered around the obverse, none of which are corrosive. Tied for Condition Census 3. Die state c.
1857 1C Small Date MS65 Red and Brown NGC. N-2, High R.1. The reverse is mostly red, while the obverse retains the initial fiery luster around the stars and along the border of the portrait. This is a nearly unabraded Gem, well struck save for the centers of stars 2 to 8. EAC 63