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1810 1C AU55BN PCGS #36484

PCGS AU55 CAC Very attractive Classic Cent with very faded mint red visible on both sides. Goldberg Description: 1810 S-285 R2 PCGS graded AU55, CAC Approved. Frosty medium brown and light olive with traces of frosty lighter brown and reddish tan in protected areas on the reverse. Overtones of light sea-green show on the reverse. No roughness or verdigris, only small contact marks. The only notable marks are a thin nearly horizontal nick on the cheek right of the lower lip and a hairline scratch under the earlobe. Nicely struck MDS, Breen state II, with a fine die crack through stars 10-13 to the right half of the date. The dentils are still strong on both sides. Our grade is EF45 sharpness net EF40. The attribution is noted on the PCGS label. Estimate Value $3,000 - UP

1820 1C Large Date MS64RB PCGS #1616

PCGS MS64RB CAC From David Kubes. Amazing luster and color for an 1820 cent. Graded MS64 RB, but very close to full red.

1835 1C Small 8, Stars MS63RB PCGS #1718

PCGS MS63 RB; Seller's comments: PCGS authenticated and graded MS 63 RB. Light steel atop frosty original mint red. Free of notable marks. There is a delicate die break through the lower date, double profile. CAC certified. Small 8, stars variety. Choice surfaces. Year - 1835 Variety - N-6 Rarity - 1

1835 1C Large 8, Stars MS63BN PCGS #37105

PCGS MS63 BN; Seller notes: PCGS authenticated and graded MS 63 BN. Frosty olive and steel with mint red underneath. There is one darker toning spot in front of the chin, and a few faint pin scratches on the cheek. Choice, brilliant surfaces with attractive cartwheel luster. The radial die breaks through most of the stars is present. Large 8, Large Stars variety. Ex; Twin Leaf Collection Year - 1835 Variety - N-1

1839 1C Booby Head MS64BN PCGS #37246

Heritage Auctions Description: 1839 1C Booby Head, N-11, R.1, MS64 Brown PCGS. Ex: Naftzger / Holmes Collections. An early die state with a sharp berry beneath the TE in UNITED. This well-pedigreed cent displays slightly dusky rose-red and apple-green toning. Marks are limited to a few tiny ticks, and the satiny surfaces are attractive despite a couple of subtle powder-blue freckles on the jaw and the Y in LIBERTY. Our EAC grade MS60. Ex: Joseph A. Stack Estate; W. Foster Shreeder Collection (Bowers and Ruddy, 4/1979), lot 244; Ted Naftzger Collection, Part II (Ira & Larry Goldberg, 2/2009), lot 464; Dan Holmes Collection, Part II (Ira & Larry Goldberg, 5/2010), lot 555, which realized $1,438. From The Pacific Shore Collection. (NGC ID# 225Z, Variety PCGS# 37246, Base PCGS# 1751)

1793 Chain 1C AMERI. N1BN PCGS #1340

PCGS Genuine, Fine Details The reverse looks like it was whacked with a dull awl or some other type of tool. Otherwise, the detail and surfaces on this piece are very nice for a Chain AMERI. cent. Heritage Auctions Description: 1793 Chain Cent, Fine Details S-1, B-1, AMERI. 1793 1C Chain, AMERI., S-1, B-1, R.4 -- Damage or Tooling -- PCGS Genuine. Fine Details. S-1 is a scarcer variety, often seen well-worn with numerous surface problems. This piece is well-detailed for the Fine grade level, with pleasantly smooth chocolate and auburn-brown surfaces. There are numerous rim bumps around each side, with scattered small digs seen periodically in the interiors. No evidence of tooling is immediately obvious, although we note possible smoothing around the date. A still-pleasing example for the more budget-conscious variety enthusiast. Our EAC grade Fair 2. (NGC ID# 223G, Variety PCGS# 35432, Base PCGS# 1340)

1793 Chain 1C AMERI. N1BN PCGS #1340

PCGS Genuine, Fine Details The reverse looks like it was whacked with a dull awl or some other type of tool. Otherwise, the detail and surfaces on this piece are very nice for a Chain AMERI. cent. Heritage Auctions Description: 1793 Chain Cent, Fine Details S-1, B-1, AMERI. 1793 1C Chain, AMERI., S-1, B-1, R.4 -- Damage or Tooling -- PCGS Genuine. Fine Details. S-1 is a scarcer variety, often seen well-worn with numerous surface problems. This piece is well-detailed for the Fine grade level, with pleasantly smooth chocolate and auburn-brown surfaces. There are numerous rim bumps around each side, with scattered small digs seen periodically in the interiors. No evidence of tooling is immediately obvious, although we note possible smoothing around the date. A still-pleasing example for the more budget-conscious variety enthusiast. Our EAC grade Fair 2. (NGC ID# 223G, Variety PCGS# 35432, Base PCGS# 1340)

1793 Chain 1C AMERI. N1BN PCGS #1340

PCGS Genuine, Fine Details The reverse looks like it was whacked with a dull awl or some other type of tool. Otherwise, the detail and surfaces on this piece are very nice for a Chain AMERI. cent. Heritage Auctions Description: 1793 Chain Cent, Fine Details S-1, B-1, AMERI. 1793 1C Chain, AMERI., S-1, B-1, R.4 -- Damage or Tooling -- PCGS Genuine. Fine Details. S-1 is a scarcer variety, often seen well-worn with numerous surface problems. This piece is well-detailed for the Fine grade level, with pleasantly smooth chocolate and auburn-brown surfaces. There are numerous rim bumps around each side, with scattered small digs seen periodically in the interiors. No evidence of tooling is immediately obvious, although we note possible smoothing around the date. A still-pleasing example for the more budget-conscious variety enthusiast. Our EAC grade Fair 2. (NGC ID# 223G, Variety PCGS# 35432, Base PCGS# 1340)

1795 1C Plain Edge AU55BN PCGS #35723

PCGS AU55 Nice glossy chocolate brown surfaces with very little wear. Medium-sized planchet void on the obverse at 3:00.

1795 1C Plain Edge AU55BN PCGS #35723

PCGS AU55 Nice glossy chocolate brown surfaces with very little wear. Medium-sized planchet void on the obverse at 3:00.

1795 1C Plain Edge AU55BN PCGS #35723

PCGS AU55 Nice glossy chocolate brown surfaces with very little wear. Medium-sized planchet void on the obverse at 3:00.

1806 1C AU50BN PCGS #1513

PCGS AU50 1806 cents are hard to find in high grade.

1806 1C AU50BN PCGS #1513

PCGS AU50 1806 cents are hard to find in high grade.

1806 1C AU50BN PCGS #1513

PCGS AU50 1806 cents are hard to find in high grade.

1810 1C AU55BN PCGS #36484

PCGS AU55 CAC Very attractive Classic Cent with very faded mint red visible on both sides. Goldberg Description: 1810 S-285 R2 PCGS graded AU55, CAC Approved. Frosty medium brown and light olive with traces of frosty lighter brown and reddish tan in protected areas on the reverse. Overtones of light sea-green show on the reverse. No roughness or verdigris, only small contact marks. The only notable marks are a thin nearly horizontal nick on the cheek right of the lower lip and a hairline scratch under the earlobe. Nicely struck MDS, Breen state II, with a fine die crack through stars 10-13 to the right half of the date. The dentils are still strong on both sides. Our grade is EF45 sharpness net EF40. The attribution is noted on the PCGS label. Estimate Value $3,000 - UP

1810 1C AU55BN PCGS #36484

PCGS AU55 CAC Very attractive Classic Cent with very faded mint red visible on both sides. Goldberg Description: 1810 S-285 R2 PCGS graded AU55, CAC Approved. Frosty medium brown and light olive with traces of frosty lighter brown and reddish tan in protected areas on the reverse. Overtones of light sea-green show on the reverse. No roughness or verdigris, only small contact marks. The only notable marks are a thin nearly horizontal nick on the cheek right of the lower lip and a hairline scratch under the earlobe. Nicely struck MDS, Breen state II, with a fine die crack through stars 10-13 to the right half of the date. The dentils are still strong on both sides. Our grade is EF45 sharpness net EF40. The attribution is noted on the PCGS label. Estimate Value $3,000 - UP

1810 1C AU55BN PCGS #36484

PCGS AU55 CAC Very attractive Classic Cent with very faded mint red visible on both sides. Goldberg Description: 1810 S-285 R2 PCGS graded AU55, CAC Approved. Frosty medium brown and light olive with traces of frosty lighter brown and reddish tan in protected areas on the reverse. Overtones of light sea-green show on the reverse. No roughness or verdigris, only small contact marks. The only notable marks are a thin nearly horizontal nick on the cheek right of the lower lip and a hairline scratch under the earlobe. Nicely struck MDS, Breen state II, with a fine die crack through stars 10-13 to the right half of the date. The dentils are still strong on both sides. Our grade is EF45 sharpness net EF40. The attribution is noted on the PCGS label. Estimate Value $3,000 - UP

1820 1C Large Date MS64RB PCGS #1616

PCGS MS64RB CAC From David Kubes. Amazing luster and color for an 1820 cent. Graded MS64 RB, but very close to full red.

1820 1C Large Date MS64RB PCGS #1616

PCGS MS64RB CAC From David Kubes. Amazing luster and color for an 1820 cent. Graded MS64 RB, but very close to full red.

1820 1C Large Date MS64RB PCGS #1616

PCGS MS64RB CAC From David Kubes. Amazing luster and color for an 1820 cent. Graded MS64 RB, but very close to full red.

1835 1C Small 8, Stars MS63RB PCGS #1718

PCGS MS63 RB; Seller's comments: PCGS authenticated and graded MS 63 RB. Light steel atop frosty original mint red. Free of notable marks. There is a delicate die break through the lower date, double profile. CAC certified. Small 8, stars variety. Choice surfaces. Year - 1835 Variety - N-6 Rarity - 1

1835 1C Small 8, Stars MS63RB PCGS #1718

PCGS MS63 RB; Seller's comments: PCGS authenticated and graded MS 63 RB. Light steel atop frosty original mint red. Free of notable marks. There is a delicate die break through the lower date, double profile. CAC certified. Small 8, stars variety. Choice surfaces. Year - 1835 Variety - N-6 Rarity - 1

1835 1C Small 8, Stars MS63RB PCGS #1718

PCGS MS63 RB; Seller's comments: PCGS authenticated and graded MS 63 RB. Light steel atop frosty original mint red. Free of notable marks. There is a delicate die break through the lower date, double profile. CAC certified. Small 8, stars variety. Choice surfaces. Year - 1835 Variety - N-6 Rarity - 1

1835 1C Large 8, Stars MS63BN PCGS #37105

PCGS MS63 BN; Seller notes: PCGS authenticated and graded MS 63 BN. Frosty olive and steel with mint red underneath. There is one darker toning spot in front of the chin, and a few faint pin scratches on the cheek. Choice, brilliant surfaces with attractive cartwheel luster. The radial die breaks through most of the stars is present. Large 8, Large Stars variety. Ex; Twin Leaf Collection Year - 1835 Variety - N-1

1835 1C Large 8, Stars MS63BN PCGS #37105

PCGS MS63 BN; Seller notes: PCGS authenticated and graded MS 63 BN. Frosty olive and steel with mint red underneath. There is one darker toning spot in front of the chin, and a few faint pin scratches on the cheek. Choice, brilliant surfaces with attractive cartwheel luster. The radial die breaks through most of the stars is present. Large 8, Large Stars variety. Ex; Twin Leaf Collection Year - 1835 Variety - N-1

1835 1C Large 8, Stars MS63BN PCGS #37105

PCGS MS63 BN; Seller notes: PCGS authenticated and graded MS 63 BN. Frosty olive and steel with mint red underneath. There is one darker toning spot in front of the chin, and a few faint pin scratches on the cheek. Choice, brilliant surfaces with attractive cartwheel luster. The radial die breaks through most of the stars is present. Large 8, Large Stars variety. Ex; Twin Leaf Collection Year - 1835 Variety - N-1

1839 1C Booby Head MS64BN PCGS #37246

Heritage Auctions Description: 1839 1C Booby Head, N-11, R.1, MS64 Brown PCGS. Ex: Naftzger / Holmes Collections. An early die state with a sharp berry beneath the TE in UNITED. This well-pedigreed cent displays slightly dusky rose-red and apple-green toning. Marks are limited to a few tiny ticks, and the satiny surfaces are attractive despite a couple of subtle powder-blue freckles on the jaw and the Y in LIBERTY. Our EAC grade MS60. Ex: Joseph A. Stack Estate; W. Foster Shreeder Collection (Bowers and Ruddy, 4/1979), lot 244; Ted Naftzger Collection, Part II (Ira & Larry Goldberg, 2/2009), lot 464; Dan Holmes Collection, Part II (Ira & Larry Goldberg, 5/2010), lot 555, which realized $1,438. From The Pacific Shore Collection. (NGC ID# 225Z, Variety PCGS# 37246, Base PCGS# 1751)

1839 1C Booby Head MS64BN PCGS #37246

Heritage Auctions Description: 1839 1C Booby Head, N-11, R.1, MS64 Brown PCGS. Ex: Naftzger / Holmes Collections. An early die state with a sharp berry beneath the TE in UNITED. This well-pedigreed cent displays slightly dusky rose-red and apple-green toning. Marks are limited to a few tiny ticks, and the satiny surfaces are attractive despite a couple of subtle powder-blue freckles on the jaw and the Y in LIBERTY. Our EAC grade MS60. Ex: Joseph A. Stack Estate; W. Foster Shreeder Collection (Bowers and Ruddy, 4/1979), lot 244; Ted Naftzger Collection, Part II (Ira & Larry Goldberg, 2/2009), lot 464; Dan Holmes Collection, Part II (Ira & Larry Goldberg, 5/2010), lot 555, which realized $1,438. From The Pacific Shore Collection. (NGC ID# 225Z, Variety PCGS# 37246, Base PCGS# 1751)

1853 1C MS65RD PCGS #1903

PCGS MS65RD One of the nicer MS65 RD Braided Hair cents I've seen. Both devices and fields are bright lustrous red, and there are only a few small spots on the obverse. No fingerprints.

1853 1C MS65RD PCGS #1903

PCGS MS65RD One of the nicer MS65 RD Braided Hair cents I've seen. Both devices and fields are bright lustrous red, and there are only a few small spots on the obverse. No fingerprints.

1853 1C MS65RD PCGS #1903

PCGS MS65RD One of the nicer MS65 RD Braided Hair cents I've seen. Both devices and fields are bright lustrous red, and there are only a few small spots on the obverse. No fingerprints.