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The Norweb Family - 2nd

Retired Statistics
Rank

2
GPA with Top Bonuses

46.625
GPA Weighted

46.625
Complete

85.71%
Set Rating

43.882

About This Set: From the Experts at PCGS
1792 Patterns are among the rarest of all U.S. coins and, nowadays, even a single example can be the highlight of an auction. The Norweb family acquired all five of the officially sanctioned 1792 patterns, but none of the Getz patterns (which, in all fairness, have long been considered part of Washingtonia, a separate collecting field). Their Silver-Center Cent was a beautiful Mint State example and their 1792 Disme was a choice Extremely Fine. Their’s was a set to be admired and emulated.

About the Norweb Family Collection

The Norweb Family

Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1792 Silver Center Cent 11002 1792 1C SP60RB
Estimated grade. Ex. Brock; U of Pa.; Ward-Charles Dochkus; New Netherlands (1958) Sold by Bowers & Merena Nov '88 Price Realized $143000
1792 Birch Cent 11015 1792 1C XF40RB
Estimated grade. Ex. Hollinbeck (1956) Sold by Bowers & Merena Nov '88 Price Realized $59400
Washington Getz 1792 Cent 921 1792 Cent
Washington Getz 1792 50C 926 1792 50C VF25 1 1 15
PCGS grade. Pedigreed 8/10/06.
1792 Half Disme 11020 1792 H10C AU55 7 26 726
Estimated grade. Ex. Kosoff (1953) Sold by Bowers & Merena Nov '88 Price Realized $48400
1792 Disme 11026 1792 10C AU55BN 1 2 12
PCGS grade. Ex. Hollinbeck (1954) Sold by Bowers & Merena Nov '88 Price Realized $28600. Pedigreed 5/18/07.
1792 Quarter 11036 1792 25C SP35
Estimated grade. Ex. Chapman; New Netherlands (1955) Sold by Bowers & Merena Nov '88 Price Realized $28600