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1939 50C Arkansas MS66+ PCGS #9249

Heritage Description: This high-end Premium Gem is delicately toned in golden-russet patina with glowing luster underneath the patina. Close inspection fails to produce any singular flaws.

1852 1C MS62BN PCGS #147260

Large Cent 1852 N-12 PCGS 62 BN Jules Reiver Collection Nearly Choice brown mint luster. Well struck. Pleasing surfaces. This is the only and single finest coin certified as Newcomb 12 by PCGS. Former Jules Reiver collection. Reivers' collection was vast and well defined by die variety in early U.S. series coinage. Other than numismatics, Reivers' famous heroism in World War II at Omaha Beach on D-Day and action at The Battle of the Bulge inspired the role of Lt. Col. Kiley, played by Henry Fonda, in the famous movie. Reiver was the author of the first standard attribution guide for late date large cents, Mature Head United States Copper Cents 1843-1857, superseding by a long distance Frank Andrews' 1883 work on the subject.

1865 2C MS64RD PCGS #3584

1st Generation Holder

1882 5C PR65 PCGS #3837

First Generation Holder

1887 1C PR65RB PCGS #2349

Reddish-brown and violet cover the obverse, but lightly faded copper-orange graces the reverse. This delightful Gem is housed in an early holder.

1915-S 50C Panama-Pacific MS64 PCGS #9357

FS-501. The mintmark is repunched east. Autumn-gold and pearl-gray toning drape this satiny and splendidly unabraded near-Gem. A lovely early commemorative half that is considerably more appealing than the Choice grade might suggest.

1926-S 50C Oregon MS64 PCGS #9341

1st Gen Holder

1935 50C Texas MS66 PCGS #9382

1st Gen Holder

1936 50C Oregon MS65 PCGS #9345

1st Generation Holder

1936 50C York MS67 PCGS #9449

Lightly toned

1936 50C York MS67 PCGS #9449

Lightly toned

1936-D 50C San Diego MS66 PCGS #9372

Heritage - Impressive mint luster swirls across the peach, cream-gray, and forest-green surfaces. The observation tower is not fully struck, but the remainder of the design is bold. Minor die doubling is noted on the obverse, visible on EVREKA and LIBERTY.

1936-D 50C San Diego MS66 PCGS #9372

Heritage - Impressive mint luster swirls across the peach, cream-gray, and forest-green surfaces. The observation tower is not fully struck, but the remainder of the design is bold. Minor die doubling is noted on the obverse, visible on EVREKA and LIBERTY.

1936-S 50C Oregon MS65 PCGS #9346

1st Generation Holder

1936-S 50C Columbia MS66 PCGS #9293

Slight toneing on obverse, white reverse

1936-S 50C Boone MS67 PCGS #9268

Guttag Family, CAC

1936-S 50C Boone MS67 PCGS #9268

Guttag Family, CAC

1937-D 50C Arkansas MS64 PCGS #9242

1st Gen Holder

1938 50C Texas MS64 PCGS #9394

Purchased as a complete 1938 set in 1st generation holders

1938 50C Texas MS65 PCGS #9394

CAC Stickered

1938 50C Oregon MS65 PCGS #9348

1st Generation Holder, CAC

1938-S 50C Arkansas MS66 PCGS #9247

Older Green Holder CAC

1939 50C Oregon MS65 PCGS #9352

CAC Stickered

1939 50C Arkansas MS66+ PCGS #9249

Heritage Description: This high-end Premium Gem is delicately toned in golden-russet patina with glowing luster underneath the patina. Close inspection fails to produce any singular flaws.

1939 50C Arkansas MS66+ PCGS #9249

Heritage Description: This high-end Premium Gem is delicately toned in golden-russet patina with glowing luster underneath the patina. Close inspection fails to produce any singular flaws.

1942 50C MS65 PCGS #6614

1st Generation Holder

1942 5C Type 1 MS66 PCGS #4013

Omaha Bank Hoard

1943-D 5C MS66FS PCGS #84020

Omaha Bank Hoard

1951-D 50C Washington-Carver MS66 PCGS #9431

Well struck with full satin luster and pleasing greenish-gray coloration. Just two or three unimportant contact marks appear on each side of the coin.