dmwjr's Coin Album

1900 $1 Lafayette MS66+ PCGS #9222

JFS Collection

1921 50C Alabama MS66+ PCGS #9224

Not been to CAC

1937 50C Antietam MS68 PCGS #9229

CAC - SHEPHERD

1935/34-D 50C Boone MS68 PCGS #9263

Not seen by CAC

1925-S 50C California MS67+ PCGS #9281

Not been to CAC

1935 50C Hudson MS67 PCGS #9312

Not been to CAC

1920 50C Maine MS67 PCGS #9326

Not been to CAC

1936 50C Norfolk MS68 PCGS #9337

CAC - SHEPHERD

1936 50C Robinson MS67 PCGS #9369

Not been to CAC

1857 1C Flying Eagle MS66 PCGS #2016

Obverse of 1857, Normal Dies

1857 1C Flying Eagle MS66 PCGS #410433

S-1 FS-401a CAC

1858 1C Large Letters MS66 PCGS #2019

LL - High Leaves

1858 1C Large Letters MS67 PCGS #2019

LL - High Leaves

1858 1C Large Letters MS65 PCGS #569232

FS-901 Low Leaves, with Type 2 Open E

1858 1C Large Letters MS65 PCGS #569232

FS-901 Low Leaves, with Type 3 Open E

1858 1C Large Letters MS66 PCGS #569232

FS-901 Low Leaves, with Type __ Closed E ?

1858/7 1C Strong MS65 PCGS #2022

LL S-01 FS-301

1858/7 1C MS65 PCGS #37384

LL S-07 FS-302

1858 1C Small Letters MS64 PCGS #2020

SL S-15 ** My Discovery Coin **

1858 1C Small Letters MS64 PCGS #2020

SL S-14 ** My Discovery Coin **

1858 1C Small Letters MS66+ PCGS #2020

SL- Low Leaves CAC

1858 1C Small Letters MS65 PCGS #569235

SL S-02 - High Leaves FS-1901 (Snow previously listed as S-19) **Discovery Coin**

1856 1C Flying Eagle PR64 PCGS #148710

S-01, J-180. (Population 1/0) {Snow Book Plate Coin} Standard composition of copper nickel. Most likely the first dies used, as "One Cent" is tilted, and thus the reverse die probably discarded. This coin was originally attributed as the copper J-181, but after testing, its status was changed to copper nickel. Pedigree: A. Judson Brenner (1914); Brenner ANS 1914 exhibit; Superior "Lee" 9/1988; Allstate Coin; Tucson Collection, EERC Variety sale 1, 1993; Midwest Collection; Tom Fore; Doug Wright.

1856 1C Flying Eagle PR64CAM PCGS #396568

S-02, J-180. (Population 1/0) {Snow Book Plate Coin} Standard Copper Nickel composition, with pointed "U" and high leaves. Pedigree: Heritage "Dallas" 10/06:147 (NGC); EERC (PCGS); Tom Fore; Doug Wright.

1856 1C Flying Eagle PR66 PCGS #47058

S-03, J-180. (Population 2/0) {Snow Book Plate Coin} Standard Copper Nickel. Repunched 5, High Leaves. Many experts believe that all S-03 examples are mint state examples specifically produced to be distributed to Congress to promote a new coinage bill, with 500-700 produced. This is one of the top 3 finest examples of the S-03, and this coin specifically, most likely falls into the mint state category. There is only one S-03 universally agreed as a true proof - the "Bluebird." Pedigree: EERC; Gorrell (2003); Jay Parino (2004); EERC; Tom Fore; Doug Wright.

1856 1C Flying Eagle PR65 PCGS #389777

S-04(a), J-180. (Population 1/0) {Snow Book Plate Coin} Standard Copper Nickel. Pointed "U", Low Leaves. Pedigree: Heritage Long Beach 5/03:5189; Tom Fore; Doug Wright.

1856 1C Flying Eagle PR65 PCGS #401220

S-05(a), J-180. (Population 4/2) Standard Copper Nickel. Pedigree: ____________________; Doug Wright.

1856 1C Flying Eagle PR66 PCGS #147890

S-09, J-180. (Population 1/1, 67 in Foreside Collection). Standard Copper Nickel. S-09 is the most common of the 1856 die pairings, most likely struck in a quantity possibly as high as 1500 for collectors in 1858 along with S-04. Over a third of these are found in circulated grades, and rarely are high grade examples found that are nice. The Foreside example is clearly the finest S-09, with this coin coming in second. Luster on this coin is not adequately shown on this "Redbird." The PR67+ in the Simpson collection is an S-03. Pedigree: Doug Wright

1857 1C Flying Eagle PR64CAM PCGS #82040

PR-3. The diagnostic for this coin is the diagonal file mark above the N in UNITED, and doubling on the U and the N. This coin was also put into production and is designated in the MS section as S-18.

1857 1C Flying Eagle PR65CAM PCGS #82040

PR-1. 1857 proofs are extremely rare. This coin exhibits deeply reflective fields and bold cameo devices.

1858 1C Small Letters PR65+ PCGS #2043

PR-3 obverse (Obv 2), but PR-2 reverse (T-3A). Low Leaves. These seem to be struck during the creation of the 1858 pattern sets. Many are seen with less than typical proof quality, however this one has obvious proof qualities.

1858 1C Large Letters PR66CAM PCGS #82042

PR-1. The only die pair.

1859 1C MS66+ PCGS #2052

CAC ex Carnton

1864 1C L On Ribbon XF45BN PCGS #2079

This is the highest graded Copper Nickel example of an 1864 CN with L. PCGS has not designated the variety yet.

1867/67 1C MS64RB PCGS #92089

CAC - looks red

1869 1C MS66+ RD PCGS #2096

CAC - S-3

1870 1C MS65RD PCGS #2099

CAC Bold-N

1870 1C MS66+ RD PCGS #2099

CAC Shallow N

1871 1C MS64+ RD PCGS #404551

CAC Shallow N

1872 1C MS65+ RD PCGS #2105

CAC BOLD N

1888 1C MS66RD PCGS #2168

CAC previously

1925-S/S 1C MS62BN PCGS #37688

FS-013.31 Error Holder

1857 25C MS64 PCGS #146037

Pedigree Fivaz, Larry Steve, Tom Fore. This is the quarter clashed with the Flying Eagle S-8 above.

1856 1C J-181 PR64BN PCGS #11792

S-01, J-181 (Population 1/0). Copper. (Others identified as J-181 are from S-3, S4, S-9) Same dies as J-180 tilted "One Cent" above. Very few of these, maybe no other confirmed examples. Pedigree: Heritage "ANA" 8/06; Brian Wagner; EERC; Tom Fore; Doug Wright.

1856 1C J-182 PR62+ BN PCGS #11799

S-04(c), J-182. (Population 1/0) Bronze. Pointed "U", Low Leaves. PCGS shows one coin graded 64, however that coin is from the S-05 die pairing. Tested to 93%Cu, 3.8% Sn, 2.6% Zn. 46.60 grs.

1858/7 1C Strong MS65 PCGS #2022

LL S-01 FS-301

1858/7 1C MS65 PCGS #37384

LL S-07 FS-302

1856 1C J-183 PR62 PCGS #11805

S-04(d), J-183. (Population 2/1) Nickel alloy. Pointed "U", Low Leaves. Pedigree: B&R RCR from issue 26-31 (1978); FUN 1996; Don Kagin; Steve Brewer; Kagin 3/17:1061; Doug Wright.