trymenc's Coin Album

1805 25C G4 PCGS #5313

B-2, R3

1841-O 50C VF30 PCGS #6237

Baseball Cracked Reverse

1841-O 50C XF45 PCGS #6237

WB-11 LDS

1850 50C AU58+ PCGS #6264

WB-102 recut 0

1852-O 50C AU53 PCGS #6269

Ex-Buddy Byers

1857-S 50C AU53 PCGS #6292

Ex-Reed Hawn sale in August 1973 where it was catalogged as a Gem BU. Ex-Stacks auction in Jan 1981 where it was catalogged as Ch BU. Ex-Frog Run collection in 2005 where it was slabbed AU58 by NGC. Ex-Brooklyn sale in 2007 as PCGS AU53. Talk about grde De-flation! This is one of four 57-S seated halves in my collection all of which grade AU53 or higher and they constitute a complete die marriage set for this date and mint mark.

1879 50C MS63 PCGS #6361

Ex-Dick Osburn

1884 50C AU55 PCGS #6366

Purchased raw off of Ebay

1874-S 50C Arrows XF40 PCGS #6348

WB-103 Purchased raw from Dick Osborn as AU55

1806/5 50C Large Stars F12 PCGS #6077

O-103 Old Green Holder, Super Original PQ+

1806 50C Knob 6, Large Stars VF20 PCGS #6074

O-101 I beleive this is really O-101 6 over 5 not the O-105. I think that pcgs labels a lot of O-101,102,103,104 as their Knob 6 Large Stars for O-105 but I don't think they get it right often. Take a look at the picture and tell me what you think. As a side note there are two cuds on the obverse, one over the E and one between the R and the T. They are not super clear in the picture but they are very clear in person. I would be interested to hear from any other collectors that have an example with similar cuds.

1806 50C Knob 6, Small Stars F12 PCGS #6075

O-107 is what this was labeled as from Dick Osburn but I think it is really only O-106.

1806 50C Pointed 6, No Stem VF30 PCGS #6073

Rotated Reverse Counterclockwise 45 degrees, nice original tone full meaty hair detail and all letters clear and visible. O-109

1807 50C Draped Bust G6 PCGS #6079

Fantastic Electric Blue and Neon Purple toning around a rich golden tone on both the obverse and revers, a 10+ for eye appeal, better detail than you would think for a G06. O-105a I believe, but for sure O-105.

1840 $1 XF45 PCGS #6926

Old green label holder from David Lawrence (7****). Nice dark original tone. One of my favorites.

1840 $1 XF45 PCGS #6926

Old green label holder from David Lawrence (7****). Nice dark original tone. One of my favorites.

1843 $1 XF40 PCGS #6929

Nice original tone from David Lawrence (4****).

1843 $1 XF40 PCGS #6929

Nice original tone from David Lawrence (4****).

1844 $1 XF45 PCGS #6930

This coin is an upgrade from my original VF25. I had looked for this date in a pcgs holder for a long, long, time! Then when I finally got a nice VF25 along comes an even better XF45 within a few weeks, crazy coin luck. It was described from JJ Teaparty as - PQ. Looks AU. The perfect, original piece with no surface or rim problems. Toned in steel gray hues over boldly defined devices. Scarce.

1844 $1 XF45 PCGS #6930

This coin is an upgrade from my original VF25. I had looked for this date in a pcgs holder for a long, long, time! Then when I finally got a nice VF25 along comes an even better XF45 within a few weeks, crazy coin luck. It was described from JJ Teaparty as - PQ. Looks AU. The perfect, original piece with no surface or rim problems. Toned in steel gray hues over boldly defined devices. Scarce.

1846 $1 XF45 PCGS #6932

Dark gray tone with fantastic originality, a real premium quality coin that has never been messed with, hard to find problem free coins in the seated dollar series.

1846 $1 XF45 PCGS #6932

Dark gray tone with fantastic originality, a real premium quality coin that has never been messed with, hard to find problem free coins in the seated dollar series.

1846-O $1 VF30 PCGS #6933

Old green label holder. Fantastic antique tone with lighter tone on the high points.

1846-O $1 VF30 PCGS #6933

Old green label holder. Fantastic antique tone with lighter tone on the high points.

1847 $1 VF35 PCGS #6934

Again, another great toned, never cleaned or messed with coin. Great eye appeal and it has a rim cud on the obverse at about 7 o''clock.

1847 $1 VF35 PCGS #6934

Again, another great toned, never cleaned or messed with coin. Great eye appeal and it has a rim cud on the obverse at about 7 o''clock.

1848 $1 VF35 PCGS #6935

Fantastic old brown tone!! As original as you will ever see in a circulated seated dollar. PQ+

1848 $1 VF35 PCGS #6935

Fantastic old brown tone!! As original as you will ever see in a circulated seated dollar. PQ+

1849 $1 XF40 PCGS #6936

Fantastic original gun metal gray tone with nice accents on the high points. This was crossed over from an ANACS XF45 holder.

1849 $1 XF40 PCGS #6936

Fantastic original gun metal gray tone with nice accents on the high points. This was crossed over from an ANACS XF45 holder.

1850-O $1 VF35 PCGS #6938

Premium quality for the grade, nice old brown tone. This New Orleans coin is so super tough to find problem free. Thank you Dick Osburn!

1850-O $1 VF35 PCGS #6938

Premium quality for the grade, nice old brown tone. This New Orleans coin is so super tough to find problem free. Thank you Dick Osburn!

1860 $1 XF40 PCGS #6949

Old green holder. Nice original tone. I bought this off of ebay under the trade dollar listing, nobody else seemed to notice and I got a great deal on it. Those 1860s dated dollars are way underrated!

1860 $1 XF40 PCGS #6949

Old green holder. Nice original tone. I bought this off of ebay under the trade dollar listing, nobody else seemed to notice and I got a great deal on it. Those 1860s dated dollars are way underrated!

1861 $1 XF45 PCGS #6951

Purchased in an old ANACS holder and had it crossed to PCGS at the same grade.

1861 $1 XF45 PCGS #6951

Purchased in an old ANACS holder and had it crossed to PCGS at the same grade.

1864 $1 VF35 PCGS #6954

This is actually a down grade from an AU50 coin that was in my collection. This coin was in an ANACS XF40 holder and I had it crossed to PCGS. The original tone is just fantastic, I enjoyed the eye appeal more on this coin than the AU50 so I down graded to please my eye regardless of grade number.

1864 $1 VF35 PCGS #6954

This is actually a down grade from an AU50 coin that was in my collection. This coin was in an ANACS XF40 holder and I had it crossed to PCGS. The original tone is just fantastic, I enjoyed the eye appeal more on this coin than the AU50 so I down graded to please my eye regardless of grade number.

1865 $1 AU55 PCGS #6955

Without a doubt my best coin! This is the corner stone of my collection. Fantastic blue and purple toning around the periphery. Great even tone throughout, total premium quality, not just a dipped up xf. This was from David Lawrence (4****) from the Tarheel Collection if I remember correctly.

1865 $1 AU55 PCGS #6955

Without a doubt my best coin! This is the corner stone of my collection. Fantastic blue and purple toning around the periphery. Great even tone throughout, total premium quality, not just a dipped up xf. This was from David Lawrence (4****) from the Tarheel Collection if I remember correctly.

1866 $1 Motto VF35 PCGS #6959

Nice even old brown tone, hints of orange around the periphery. From Dick Osburn. This coin has a die crack on the reverse running from the "OF" to the first two letters of "America".

1866 $1 Motto VF35 PCGS #6959

Nice even old brown tone, hints of orange around the periphery. From Dick Osburn. This coin has a die crack on the reverse running from the "OF" to the first two letters of "America".

1868 $1 AU50 PCGS #6961

Old Green Label Holder with fantastically original old toned surfaces, not much luster but great originality and detail.

1868 $1 AU50 PCGS #6961

Old Green Label Holder with fantastically original old toned surfaces, not much luster but great originality and detail.

1826 50C VF20 PCGS #6143

Only vf20 but the eye appeal is a 10+

1830 50C Small 0 VF35 PCGS #6156

Fantastic Rainbow Toning around the Obverse and Reverse, 10+ for eye appeal. I could not get the picture to pick up the rainbow toned rims, so the coin should be seen in person

1832 50C Small Letters XF40 PCGS #6160

Nice dark original brown tone

1840 (O) 50C Reverse of 1838 VF35 PCGS #6233

Original Old Brown Tone, PQ+

1841 50C AU53 PCGS #6236

WB-102, nice color!

1842-O 50C Medium Date, Rev 1842 AU58 PCGS #6242

Ex-Dick Graham WB-4 R4

1842-O 50C Medium Date, Rev 1842 AU58 PCGS #6242

Ex-Dick Graham WB-4 R4

1848 50C AU58 PCGS #6260

The pic is of my AU53 1848 which is still in the collection next to the AU58 which is just as eye appealing but doesn't have a pic.

1856-S 50C AU50 PCGS #6289

No-Drapery Die State, PQ 53/55?

1862 50C MS63 PCGS #6307

Wild Green and Orange Tone, The most eye appealing 1862 seated half I have ever seen!!!!

1862 50C MS63 PCGS #6307

Wild Green and Orange Tone, The most eye appealing 1862 seated half I have ever seen!!!!