GARYMR1's Coin Album

1835 1/2C MS64BN PCGS #1168

C-1, M-1.0 - not listed on the holder. "ex. Brobston" - on a small sticker. Rev rotated clockwise to ~ 1:00 as always.

1835 1/2C MS64BN PCGS #1168

C-1, M-1.0 - not listed on the holder. "ex. Brobston" - on a small sticker. Rev rotated clockwise to ~ 1:00 as always.

1950 1C PR65RD PCGS #3359

Type 1 holder

1950 1C PR65RD PCGS #3359

Type 1 holder

1951 1C PR65RD PCGS #3362

Green label holder

1951 1C PR65RD PCGS #3362

Green label holder

1956 1C PR67RD PCGS #3377

Green label holder. Reverse rotated counterclockwise just a little.

1956 1C PR67RD PCGS #3377

Green label holder. Reverse rotated counterclockwise just a little.

1957 1C PR67RD PCGS #3380

(OGH) Green label holder

1957 1C PR67RD PCGS #3380

(OGH) Green label holder

1805 10C 4 Berries VF25 PCGS #4477

CAC, reverse rotated clockwise. Reverse rotated clockwise. Light curved crack thru ERT. Blobs of metal right and below ( E ) D.

1805 10C 4 Berries VF25 PCGS #4477

CAC, reverse rotated clockwise. Reverse rotated clockwise. Light curved crack thru ERT. Blobs of metal right and below ( E ) D.

1805 10C 5 Berries VF25 PCGS #4478

ex.VF25 NGC#207959-022

1805 10C 5 Berries VF25 PCGS #4478

ex.VF25 NGC#207959-022

1807 10C VF25 PCGS #4480

5 berries reverse, JR-1, R.3

1807 10C VF25 PCGS #4480

5 berries reverse, JR-1, R.3

1806/5 25C F12 PCGS #5315

OGH, Very nice original antique grey!

1806/5 25C F12 PCGS #5315

OGH, Very nice original antique grey!

1835 25C XF45 PCGS #5354

Rea DS: b, early. Variety not on holder. Nice luster, some partial light toning. Light obv cracks. Rev rotated CCW ~ 10:30-11:00.

1835 25C XF45 PCGS #5354

Rea DS: b, early. Variety not on holder. Nice luster, some partial light toning. Light obv cracks. Rev rotated CCW ~ 10:30-11:00.

1835 50C MS62 PCGS #6168

O-108

1835 50C MS62 PCGS #6168

O-108

1835 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7693

Var.5: 3D, AME close, Broken M, very rare

1835 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7693

Var.5: 3D, AME close, Broken M, very rare

1840 $2.50 VF25 PCGS #7717

Overall eye appeal good. Has strong obverse star 6(which is sometimes weak or missing-see picture in US Gold Coins book). Br.6154. Vertical shield lines go far up into horizontal lines. Reverse rotated CCW a little.

1840 $2.50 VF25 PCGS #7717

Overall eye appeal good. Has strong obverse star 6(which is sometimes weak or missing-see picture in US Gold Coins book). Br.6154. Vertical shield lines go far up into horizontal lines. Reverse rotated CCW a little.

1840 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7717

Date right, 1 is right of junction of neck and bust. Light rev cracks: dot to tops of UNITE; field above dot thru tops of 2, 1, and /. Vertical shield lines go far up into horizontal lines and above on right into eagle's neck !

1840 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7717

Date right, 1 is right of junction of neck and bust. Light rev cracks: dot to tops of UNITE; field above dot thru tops of 2, 1, and /. Vertical shield lines go far up into horizontal lines and above on right into eagle's neck !

1841-C $2.50 VF35 PCGS #7721

Nice color, lightly abraded, good eye appeal. Rev rot CCW to about 10:00. Rev crack to left wing tip and thru wing.

1841-C $2.50 VF35 PCGS #7721

Nice color, lightly abraded, good eye appeal. Rev rot CCW to about 10:00. Rev crack to left wing tip and thru wing.

1842-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7726

Br.6165, small o, has the rev crack bases of AMERIC, to the rim over C. Rev rotated CCW to about 11:30.

1842-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7726

Br.6165, small o, has the rev crack bases of AMERIC, to the rim over C. Rev rotated CCW to about 11:30.

1843 $2.50 XF45 PCGS #7727

Digits in the date get larger from the 1 to the 3. From Bass catalog: same logotype used for the Large Date $2-1/2 1843-C & 1843-O and the 10c 1843 & 1843-O.

1843 $2.50 XF45 PCGS #7727

Digits in the date get larger from the 1 to the 3. From Bass catalog: same logotype used for the Large Date $2-1/2 1843-C & 1843-O and the 10c 1843 & 1843-O.

1844 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7734

Unlisted RPD, 1 - West from top serif, last 4 on top. Br.6174. Strong obv die lines above the denticles from left of the date to star 1-3or4. First and last vertical shield lines go through all horizontal lines. Both of these details mentioned in Bass II:364 and Bass III:121.

1844 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7734

Unlisted RPD, 1 - West from top serif, last 4 on top. Br.6174. Strong obv die lines above the denticles from left of the date to star 1-3or4. First and last vertical shield lines go through all horizontal lines. Both of these details mentioned in Bass II:364 and Bass III:121.

1845 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7737

Br. Die #3. Left top of 1 touches bust. Light crack stars 3-6. Reverse with many rim to ... cracks.

1845 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7737

Br. Die #3. Left top of 1 touches bust. Light crack stars 3-6. Reverse with many rim to ... cracks.

1846-O $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7743

Reverse rotated counterclockwise to about 9:00.

1846-O $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7743

Reverse rotated counterclockwise to about 9:00.

1848 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7748

Top of 1 embedded in bust. Br.6195 noted: a line slants up to the left from the left foot of the 1 in the date. Lowest arrow tip just touches A3.

1848 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7748

Top of 1 embedded in bust. Br.6195 noted: a line slants up to the left from the left foot of the 1 in the date. Lowest arrow tip just touches A3.

1850 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7755

Reverse with many field die lines of a recently lapped die.

1850 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7755

Reverse with many field die lines of a recently lapped die.

1851 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7759

Strong obverse crack from rim at 9:30 to stars 3 and 2. Same as Bass II - lot 440. Top of 1st 1 buried in the bust. Bases of both 1's don't touch denticles.

1851 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7759

Strong obverse crack from rim at 9:30 to stars 3 and 2. Same as Bass II - lot 440. Top of 1st 1 buried in the bust. Bases of both 1's don't touch denticles.

1852-O $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7766

Variety 2, (2-B), EDS, no cracks and still some die lines. Br.6219, Extra heavy O, Br.1, mintmark centrally over fraction. Rev rot CW to about 12:30.

1852-O $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7766

Variety 2, (2-B), EDS, no cracks and still some die lines. Br.6219, Extra heavy O, Br.1, mintmark centrally over fraction. Rev rot CW to about 12:30.

1853 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7767

Bottom right of 3 nearly touching the tops of the denticles. Obv cracks from star 1 to denticles left of date then thru bottom of date. Rev cracks tops of ED, left wing tip, and tops of ST.

1853 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7767

Bottom right of 3 nearly touching the tops of the denticles. Obv cracks from star 1 to denticles left of date then thru bottom of date. Rev cracks tops of ED, left wing tip, and tops of ST.

1854-O $2.50 XF45 PCGS #7772

Br.1854-O-1, Matches Bass III #171. Low date, left base of 1 in denticles. Hi O, up in crotch. LDS, die erosion lines above all denticles. Strong obv cracks: rim to ball of 5; rim through right side of star 7 to hair. Has a few sc.s on each side, but still nice. Obv field die lines between stars 12 & 13. Same as picture of Smithstonian coin in the Gold book. Has weakly struck center line of date as noted in same book.

1854-O $2.50 XF45 PCGS #7772

Br.1854-O-1, Matches Bass III #171. Low date, left base of 1 in denticles. Hi O, up in crotch. LDS, die erosion lines above all denticles. Strong obv cracks: rim to ball of 5; rim through right side of star 7 to hair. Has a few sc.s on each side, but still nice. Obv field die lines between stars 12 & 13. Same as picture of Smithstonian coin in the Gold book. Has weakly struck center line of date as noted in same book.

1855 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7774

EDS, semi-PL fields, many die lines like Bass II-473. Date not too high, 5 away from bust, Br.1. Tiny spur from left side of ball of 2nd 5 as Bass III-173, also rt vert stripe, of 2nd pair from left, mostly missing.

1855 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7774

EDS, semi-PL fields, many die lines like Bass II-473. Date not too high, 5 away from bust, Br.1. Tiny spur from left side of ball of 2nd 5 as Bass III-173, also rt vert stripe, of 2nd pair from left, mostly missing.

1856 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7777

Crack thru star 1.

1856 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7777

Crack thru star 1.

1857 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7782

Br.6239 mentions a repunched 1 and this has an extra serif below the serif of 1 and rpd base. The bottom right side of the 8 has a notch, noted on Bass II, #489 & III, #182. Reverse is rotated clockwise to about 12:30. Both sides have many die lines. No clashing or cracks yet.

1857 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7782

Br.6239 mentions a repunched 1 and this has an extra serif below the serif of 1 and rpd base. The bottom right side of the 8 has a notch, noted on Bass II, #489 & III, #182. Reverse is rotated clockwise to about 12:30. Both sides have many die lines. No clashing or cracks yet.

1858 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7786

Centered Date, removed center dot in rev shield from top right of 2nd vertical stripe, mentioned in Bass II:499. Very nice, EDS, die lines in fields, including over and touching the date.

1858 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7786

Centered Date, removed center dot in rev shield from top right of 2nd vertical stripe, mentioned in Bass II:499. Very nice, EDS, die lines in fields, including over and touching the date.

1860 $2.50 New Reverse AU55 PCGS #7791

New Reverse listed on holder, but Br.6252 is not. Plainly repunched 1 at base. The 8 also repunched at the base. Clashed, lightly on the obverse, with more showing on the reverse. Many die lines show on both sides.

1860 $2.50 New Reverse AU55 PCGS #7791

New Reverse listed on holder, but Br.6252 is not. Plainly repunched 1 at base. The 8 also repunched at the base. Clashed, lightly on the obverse, with more showing on the reverse. Many die lines show on both sides.

1861 $2.50 New Reverse XF45 PCGS #7794

Has no hole in Liberty's ear like Bass III #201. Has fine horizontal die polish lines in the fields around and inside most devices.

1861 $2.50 New Reverse XF45 PCGS #7794

Has no hole in Liberty's ear like Bass III #201. Has fine horizontal die polish lines in the fields around and inside most devices.

1862 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7796

Vertical field die lines on both sides.

1862 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7796

Vertical field die lines on both sides.

1866-S $2.50 XF45 PCGS #7804

Br.2 low date MMP-2.

1866-S $2.50 XF45 PCGS #7804

Br.2 low date MMP-2.

1866-S $2.50 XF45 PCGS #7804

Br.2 low date MMP-2.

1867-S $2.50 XF45 PCGS #7806

Nice colors, the lot description used: "orange/pale reddish gold colors".

1867-S $2.50 XF45 PCGS #7806

Nice colors, the lot description used: "orange/pale reddish gold colors".

1868 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7807

ex.AU58 NGC #1854293-011

1868 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7807

ex.AU58 NGC #1854293-011

1871 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7813

Nice color and plenty of luster. Small marks and scratches on both sides, more so on the obverse. A little crud in some elements.

1871 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7813

Nice color and plenty of luster. Small marks and scratches on both sides, more so on the obverse. A little crud in some elements.

1871-S $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7814

Same rev as 1870-S (and 1856-S, Bass II #575). Last 1 is tripled punched under the base, as mentioned in Br.6281, they probably all are with the tp'd 1, see Bass III #227, also a small lump on the lower bust above the right side of the 8.

1871-S $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7814

Same rev as 1870-S (and 1856-S, Bass II #575). Last 1 is tripled punched under the base, as mentioned in Br.6281, they probably all are with the tp'd 1, see Bass III #227, also a small lump on the lower bust above the right side of the 8.

1878-S $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7829

"Bass" is listed on the holder. MMP-3: wide S over numerator, S tilted left, lowest tip of S over the center of the upright of the 1. Ex. B&M Bass III, 5-25-00, #241(#1of3)-raw AU58. Pretty color.

1878-S $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7829

"Bass" is listed on the holder. MMP-3: wide S over numerator, S tilted left, lowest tip of S over the center of the upright of the 1. Ex. B&M Bass III, 5-25-00, #241(#1of3)-raw AU58. Pretty color.

1881 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7833

ex.NGC#1716038-057 Richmond Collection, prooflike fields.

1881 $2.50 AU50 PCGS #7833

ex.NGC#1716038-057 Richmond Collection, prooflike fields.

1883 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7835

PL fields. High date variety.

1883 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7835

PL fields. High date variety.

1886 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7838

prooflike fields remain

1886 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7838

prooflike fields remain

1887 $2.50 AU58 PCGS #7839

Diagonal die line on the left side of the dentil under the left foot of the 1.

1887 $2.50 AU58 PCGS #7839

Diagonal die line on the left side of the dentil under the left foot of the 1.

1888 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7840

Tiny notch on upper left outside of lower loop of 2nd 8, as per Bass IV.

1888 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7840

Tiny notch on upper left outside of lower loop of 2nd 8, as per Bass IV.

1890 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7842

Diagonal die line behind the right side vertical shield lines. Bass notes:"seen on all examples".

1890 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7842

Diagonal die line behind the right side vertical shield lines. Bass notes:"seen on all examples".

1891 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7843

DDR-001, FS-801, All 1891's are the DDR. Doubled Die Reverse (Not listed on holder) FS-G2.5-1891-801, Br.6310. Doubling strongest on right and lower right. Light rev crack through tops of UNITE.

1891 $2.50 AU55 PCGS #7843

DDR-001, FS-801, All 1891's are the DDR. Doubled Die Reverse (Not listed on holder) FS-G2.5-1891-801, Br.6310. Doubling strongest on right and lower right. Light rev crack through tops of UNITE.

1892 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7844

Very nice, may be a MS62. Has several vertical left obv field sc.s.

1892 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7844

Very nice, may be a MS62. Has several vertical left obv field sc.s.

1894 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7846

Br.6315 mentions left base of 1 over left of center of dentil. Br.1894-2 is High Date, Nonproofs only. Two long die lines on the lower bust above 189.

1894 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7846

Br.6315 mentions left base of 1 over left of center of dentil. Br.1894-2 is High Date, Nonproofs only. Two long die lines on the lower bust above 189.

1895 $2.50 AU58 PCGS #7847

Light rev cracks through parts of USA, and the wing tips. Some rough denticles: Obv from about 4-8:00 and the Rev from about 10-1:00.

1895 $2.50 AU58 PCGS #7847

Light rev cracks through parts of USA, and the wing tips. Some rough denticles: Obv from about 4-8:00 and the Rev from about 10-1:00.

1895 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7847

Light peripheral rev cracks from ED to right wing tip. Lower obv and upper rev denticles are somewhat weaker/rougher as seen on other examples of this date.

1895 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7847

Light peripheral rev cracks from ED to right wing tip. Lower obv and upper rev denticles are somewhat weaker/rougher as seen on other examples of this date.

1896 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7848

Very nice, just light marks and hairlines. Left reverse has a wire rim.

1896 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7848

Very nice, just light marks and hairlines. Left reverse has a wire rim.

1897 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7849

Most certified are AU58 to MS+. Current circulated population is: 53-2, 50-2, 20-1.

1897 $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7849

Most certified are AU58 to MS+. Current circulated population is: 53-2, 50-2, 20-1.

1898 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7850

As noted on Bass II:627, there is extra metal on the edges of the date digits. Has 5 or 6 peripheral rev cracks. Rev rot CW a little. From Hewitt's N.I.S. for Varieties of Quarter Eagles by Breen: Some non-proofs show die crack from rim to left tip of U, through dot, and towards claw.

1898 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7850

As noted on Bass II:627, there is extra metal on the edges of the date digits. Has 5 or 6 peripheral rev cracks. Rev rot CW a little. From Hewitt's N.I.S. for Varieties of Quarter Eagles by Breen: Some non-proofs show die crack from rim to left tip of U, through dot, and towards claw.

1899 $2.50 MS63 PCGS #7851

Excellent luster but quite a few tiny nicks.

1899 $2.50 MS63 PCGS #7851

Excellent luster but quite a few tiny nicks.

1900 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7852

Good luster and eye appeal. Some light toning.

1900 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7852

Good luster and eye appeal. Some light toning.

1901 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7853

(OGH) Light hazy toning. Short die lines in between the vertical shield lines.

1901 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7853

(OGH) Light hazy toning. Short die lines in between the vertical shield lines.

1902 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7854

Nice honey gold toned luster.

1902 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7854

Nice honey gold toned luster.

1903 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7855

(OGH) CAC. Very attractive w/strong luster.

1903 $2.50 MS61 PCGS #7855

(OGH) CAC. Very attractive w/strong luster.

1904 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7856

Partial right side obverse wire rim.

1904 $2.50 MS62 PCGS #7856

Partial right side obverse wire rim.

1905 $2.50 MS63 PCGS #7857

CAC. Nice luster and great strike details.

1905 $2.50 MS63 PCGS #7857

CAC. Nice luster and great strike details.

1906 $2.50 MS64 PCGS #7858

Deep golden color.

1906 $2.50 MS64 PCGS #7858

Deep golden color.

1907 $2.50 MS65 PCGS #7859

Very pretty colors! Br.6329-Repunched Date, repunching at base of 7. Variety not listed on holder.

1907 $2.50 MS65 PCGS #7859

Very pretty colors! Br.6329-Repunched Date, repunching at base of 7. Variety not listed on holder.

1850 $20 XF45 PCGS #8902

Br. 7141: Open 5, Normal A

1850 $20 XF45 PCGS #8902

Br. 7141: Open 5, Normal A

1850-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8903

PCGS Secure, Variety 3

1850-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8903

PCGS Secure, Variety 3

1850-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8903

PCGS Secure, Variety 3

1851 $20 XF45 PCGS #8904

Br. 7145: Heavy Date, thick serifs, reverse rotated to 11:00.

1851 $20 XF45 PCGS #8904

Br. 7145: Heavy Date, thick serifs, reverse rotated to 11:00.

1851-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8905

Winter Variety 2 (2-A). Small obv lump under upright of R(TY). Some diagonal rev die lines thru upper E(D). Pretty color, lots of remaining luster, and many small marks but still nice.

1851-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8905

Winter Variety 2 (2-A). Small obv lump under upright of R(TY). Some diagonal rev die lines thru upper E(D). Pretty color, lots of remaining luster, and many small marks but still nice.

1852 $20 XF45 PCGS #8906

Br. 7149: Thin numerals, broken A

1852 $20 XF45 PCGS #8906

Br. 7149: Thin numerals, broken A

1852-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8907

Same rev as 51-O. Br.7154. PQ, well struck, attractive, original looking, with minimal marks. Normal A(T) or repaired, not sure? Doug Winter: Choice, clean examples are available but they are scarce and they generally bring a strong premium relative to “typical” quality coins.

1852-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8907

Same rev as 51-O. Br.7154. PQ, well struck, attractive, original looking, with minimal marks. Normal A(T) or repaired, not sure? Doug Winter: Choice, clean examples are available but they are scarce and they generally bring a strong premium relative to “typical” quality coins.

1853 $20 XF45 PCGS #8908

Br. 7158: Thin numerals, broken A

1853 $20 XF45 PCGS #8908

Br. 7158: Thin numerals, broken A

1853/'2' $20 XF45 PCGS #8909

CAC. FS-G20-1853-301(G-008) - not listed on holder, Br.7162. Broken left side of crossbar in A(TES). Rust spot under R(TY). Rp'd above base of 1. Die lines from denticles at 2nd and last stars.

1853/'2' $20 XF45 PCGS #8909

CAC. FS-G20-1853-301(G-008) - not listed on holder, Br.7162. Broken left side of crossbar in A(TES). Rust spot under R(TY). Rp'd above base of 1. Die lines from denticles at 2nd and last stars.

1853-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8910

Patched A. Very prooflike surfaces, but too many strong marks. DW: the 53-O's are "noticeably abraded".

1853-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8910

Patched A. Very prooflike surfaces, but too many strong marks. DW: the 53-O's are "noticeably abraded".

1853-O $20 XF45 PCGS #8910

Patched A. Very prooflike surfaces, but too many strong marks. DW: the 53-O's are "noticeably abraded".

1854 $20 Small Date XF45 PCGS #8911

Br. 7166:5 4 Free, broken A

1854 $20 Small Date XF45 PCGS #8911

Br. 7166:5 4 Free, broken A

1854-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8913

Crack through left side of 5 up into lower curls, S mintmark touches feathers, strong lower left reverse cracks. A in STATES has broken crossbar with right half remaining. Not a shipwreck coin, has "no" granular semi-matte surfaces.

1854-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8913

Crack through left side of 5 up into lower curls, S mintmark touches feathers, strong lower left reverse cracks. A in STATES has broken crossbar with right half remaining. Not a shipwreck coin, has "no" granular semi-matte surfaces.

1855 $20 XF45 PCGS #8914

Br. 7174: Slanted 5's, broken A

1855 $20 XF45 PCGS #8914

Br. 7174: Slanted 5's, broken A

1855-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8916

Br.7179, Med. S(1.3mm), broken A, missing left half of crossbar of A(T). Many sm marks, lots of luster, sm obv field scuffs rt of star 4. A few short left rev field sc.s under NIT.

1855-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8916

Br.7179, Med. S(1.3mm), broken A, missing left half of crossbar of A(T). Many sm marks, lots of luster, sm obv field scuffs rt of star 4. A few short left rev field sc.s under NIT.

1856 $20 XF45 PCGS #8917

Br. 7180: Upright 5, closed

1856 $20 XF45 PCGS #8917

Br. 7180: Upright 5, closed

1856-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8919

Medium S is on all.

1856-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8919

Medium S is on all.

1857 $20 XF45 PCGS #8920

Br. 7185: Upright 5, open

1857 $20 XF45 PCGS #8920

Br. 7185: Upright 5, open

1857-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8922

Right S, No Serif(top left U)

1857-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8922

Right S, No Serif(top left U)

1858-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8925

Br. 7193 - Medium S, Normal A. Very nice color and lots of luster. A little dirt in the date.

1858-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8925

Br. 7193 - Medium S, Normal A. Very nice color and lots of luster. A little dirt in the date.

1859 $20 XF45 PCGS #8926

ex. NGC, Double Punched 18 North, patched A in STATES, rev rot CW to about 12:30.

1859 $20 XF45 PCGS #8926

ex. NGC, Double Punched 18 North, patched A in STATES, rev rot CW to about 12:30.

1859-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8928

Brother Jonathan 80

1859-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8928

Brother Jonathan 80

1859-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8928

Brother Jonathan 80

1860 $20 XF45 PCGS #8929

Rev rot CW a little bit

1860 $20 XF45 PCGS #8929

Rev rot CW a little bit

1860-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8931

Very nice with lots of remaining luster. Has two small dark spots in the left reverse field under the N(ITED).

1860-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8931

Very nice with lots of remaining luster. Has two small dark spots in the left reverse field under the N(ITED).

1862 $20 XF45 PCGS #8937

Nicer than most I have seen in this grade, PQ!

1862 $20 XF45 PCGS #8937

Nicer than most I have seen in this grade, PQ!

1862-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8938

Br.7213, Medium S, Normal Date. Lots of luster remains clinging to the devices. Has a lot of small marks on both sides and some scratches. Rev rot CCW a little bit. Light obv cracks, base of date and to the right, stars 1 - 4. Has some slight rev strike doubling.

1862-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8938

Br.7213, Medium S, Normal Date. Lots of luster remains clinging to the devices. Has a lot of small marks on both sides and some scratches. Rev rot CCW a little bit. Light obv cracks, base of date and to the right, stars 1 - 4. Has some slight rev strike doubling.

1863-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8940

Medium S. A light obv crack from rim to star 3. Strong rev crack thru bases of EN, and other light cracks forming thru letters of the legend. Two strong parallel lines through the denticles over stars 3 & 4.

1863-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8940

Medium S. A light obv crack from rim to star 3. Strong rev crack thru bases of EN, and other light cracks forming thru letters of the legend. Two strong parallel lines through the denticles over stars 3 & 4.

1864 $20 XF45 PCGS #8941

Light obv crack thru base of date. Short obv crack at star 13. Date position: 2, Right foot of 4 over space, J over right center of 8.

1864 $20 XF45 PCGS #8941

Light obv crack thru base of date. Short obv crack at star 13. Date position: 2, Right foot of 4 over space, J over right center of 8.

1864 $20 XF45 PCGS #8941

Light obv crack thru base of date. Short obv crack at star 13. Date position: 2, Right foot of 4 over space, J over right center of 8.

1864-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8942

Br. 7219, Small s.

1864-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8942

Br. 7219, Small s.

1865 $20 XF45 PCGS #8943

MPD Variety 2, bottom of 18 (inverted punch) in denticles below 65. Broken A.

1865 $20 XF45 PCGS #8943

MPD Variety 2, bottom of 18 (inverted punch) in denticles below 65. Broken A.

1865-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8944

(OGH) / CAC

1865-S $20 XF45 PCGS #8944

(OGH) / CAC

1867-S $20 AU50 PCGS #8952

Gold Shield Secure Holder

1867-S $20 AU50 PCGS #8952

Gold Shield Secure Holder

1867-S $20 AU50 PCGS #8952

Gold Shield Secure Holder

1873 $20 Open 3 AU55 PCGS #8967

Nice color, strong luster, some marks on each side. Rev rot CCW to about 11:30.

1873 $20 Open 3 AU55 PCGS #8967

Nice color, strong luster, some marks on each side. Rev rot CCW to about 11:30.

1875 $20 AU55 PCGS #8973

Br.7254, Canceled JBL, die lines thru Longacre's initials. Also a die line thru the upper left serif of I(B). Very light rev cracks thru the tops of some of USA, as described in Bass II:1837. Strong semi-PL luster, many tiny marks.

1875 $20 AU55 PCGS #8973

Br.7254, Canceled JBL, die lines thru Longacre's initials. Also a die line thru the upper left serif of I(B). Very light rev cracks thru the tops of some of USA, as described in Bass II:1837. Strong semi-PL luster, many tiny marks.

1875 $20 AU55 PCGS #8973

Br.7254, Canceled JBL, die lines thru Longacre's initials. Also a die line thru the upper left serif of I(B). Very light rev cracks thru the tops of some of USA, as described in Bass II:1837. Strong semi-PL luster, many tiny marks.

1875-S $20 AU55 PCGS #8975

(OGH) Rev probably AU58. Closed S. Rev rot CW a little.

1875-S $20 AU55 PCGS #8975

(OGH) Rev probably AU58. Closed S. Rev rot CW a little.

1906-D $20 MS61 PCGS #9050

Type 1 PCGS holder

1906-D $20 MS61 PCGS #9050

Type 1 PCGS holder

1835 1C N-14 Head of 1836 MS62BN PCGS #37063

N-14, Head of 1836, Twin Leaf Collection

1804 25C Browning 2 F12 PCGS #38922

ex. The Boston Old City Hall Collection; B&M Spring Quartette Sale March 26-27 1992, lot 2530

1804 25C Browning 2 F12 PCGS #38922

ex. The Boston Old City Hall Collection; B&M Spring Quartette Sale March 26-27 1992, lot 2530

1805 25C Browning 2 F15 PCGS #38924

ex. Col.Green - Newman

1805 25C Browning 2 F15 PCGS #38924

ex. Col.Green - Newman

1805 25C Browning 2 F15 PCGS #38924

ex. Col.Green - Newman

1805 25C Browning 4 F12 PCGS #38926

Same obverse die used for 06/5. Large stars reverse.

1805 25C Browning 4 F12 PCGS #38926

Same obverse die used for 06/5. Large stars reverse.

1806 25C Browning 3 VF30 PCGS #38929

HA lot description: Tompkins Die State 2/1. A defective I in LIBERTY, and a long die line to the R in AMERICA, are two pick-up points for Browning-1*. This evenly circulated representative has smooth golden-brown, powder-blue, and lilac-red surfaces. The central strike is somewhat soft, but the wings are nicely defined. *should be a 3.

1806 25C Browning 5 VF20 PCGS #38931

Rev Die Stage 2, crack at tops of NIT. Rev rot CW to about 1:00.

1806 25C Browning 5 VF20 PCGS #38931

Rev Die Stage 2, crack at tops of NIT. Rev rot CW to about 1:00.

1806 25C Browning 9 VF25 PCGS #38935

"Browning-9" on holder. Rea DS: b, early; Tompkins: 2/2-early, obv crack very early, rev rim break over AT partial, and rev crack at UNITED STAT not visible. Missing denticles: Obv from about 2-4:00, rev from about 9-3:00. Nice light grey with golden tints and some peripheral blue !

1806 25C Browning 9 VF25 PCGS #38935

"Browning-9" on holder. Rea DS: b, early; Tompkins: 2/2-early, obv crack very early, rev rim break over AT partial, and rev crack at UNITED STAT not visible. Missing denticles: Obv from about 2-4:00, rev from about 9-3:00. Nice light grey with golden tints and some peripheral blue !

1807 25C Browning 1 F12 PCGS #38939

Very original!

1807 25C Browning 1 F12 PCGS #38939

Very original!

1955 1C PR67CAM PCGS #83374

Green label holder. Reverse rotated clockwise a little to about 12:30

1955 1C PR67CAM PCGS #83374

Green label holder. Reverse rotated clockwise a little to about 12:30

1854 $20 Large Date XF45 PCGS #98911

Br. 7168: broken A

1854 $20 Large Date XF45 PCGS #98911

Br. 7168: broken A

1896 $20 RPD FS-301 MS63 PCGS #145739

"RPD, FS-301" - is listed on the holder. FS-G20-1896-301, Br.7322. All four digits repunched North. Light crack thru bases of the date above the bottom. Reed mark on cheek.

1896 $20 RPD FS-301 MS63 PCGS #145739

"RPD, FS-301" - is listed on the holder. FS-G20-1896-301, Br.7322. All four digits repunched North. Light crack thru bases of the date above the bottom. Reed mark on cheek.