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1793 1/2C MS65BN PCGS #35009

My Grade: MS 65 RBB (RedBrownBrown). Provenance: Missouri Cabinet Collection. The only 1793 half Cent I have ever seen that has some red. Fully original and beautiful.

1794 1/2C High Relief Head MS67RB PCGS #35058

My Grade: SP 68 RRB (RedRedBrown), EAC grade MS 67. Under strong light the coin is full red and proof, unbelievable. Provenance: In a Swiss family since 1794, Fred Weinberg, Missouri Cabinet Collection.

1796 1/2C No Pole MS67RB PCGS #35096

My grade: MS 67 RBB (RedBrownBrown). Provenance: George H. Earle, Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection; While this is a very rare date and variety of the type, it also is probably the most beautiful and perfect coin of the type.

1804 1/2C Plain 4, No Stems MS64+ RD PCGS #35178

Recently discovered during the razing of one of the historic buildings in Boston's financial district about 1981; Missouri Cabinet Collection.

1811 1/2C MS66RB PCGS #35240

"R. Tettenhorst's 1811 C1 was the star of the show." - Rick Coleman, Penny-Wise,May 1998 Provenance: Hollis Page; Dr. Thomas Hall Collection; Dr. Thomas Hall Estate, May 1909; Virgil M. Brand, Missouri Cabinet. While this is a very rare date and variety of the type, it also is probably the most beautiful and perfect coin of the type.

1793 Chain 1C Periods MS66BN PCGS #35444

My grade: MS 67 BN, provenance: illustrated in 1869 on the legendary Crosby-Levick plate, published in The American Journal of Numismatics of April 1869, Virgil Brand. R.E. “Ted” Naftzger. This chain Cent was graded Gem PCGS 65 already in 1992 and after NGC 67. The only Chain Cent other than the two SP graded ones that has full details everywhere.

1793 1C Liberty Cap MS62+ BN PCGS #1359

My grade: MS 63 RBB (RedBrownBrown), Ex Garrett, Frossard, LeGras. 10% Red and fully original surfaces.

1796 1C Liberty Cap MS66+ RB PCGS #35760

My grade: SP 68 RRB (RedRedBrown), similar look like the 1794 Half Cent, full proof surfaces. Ted Naftzger purchased this cent from T. James Clarke in Jamestown, he owned it for more than 50 years, until his death in 2007. Even when most of his coins were sold in 1992, this was one of the few he kept until his death. Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 8, sold for 180 USD in April 1923, described as uncirculated, bright red, magnificent impression, very rare state. Former at Chapman June 1906, lot 549, sold for 125 USD, described as: even impression with the milling all around the obverse, which in this variety is very unusual. Original red color and the finest cent of this date known. Unique in this state of preservation.

1807/6 1C Large 7 MS66RD PCGS #36444

Provenance: ex Colonel Joshua Pierce, received as a gift in 1807, the year of his birth; later to son R.C. Pierce; Ted Naftzger, Jr., February 1992; Eric Streiner; Jay Parrino (The Mint); Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 37, sold for 150 USD in April 1923, described as brilliant, bright red original color as if freshly coined, extraordinary gem.

1811 1C MS65RD PCGS #36498

Found In An Old Desk in New Haven, 1915, Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 45, sold for 125 USD in April 1923, described as brilliant bright red, slightly darkened before face, I never saw another specimen bright red.

1792 H10C MS66 PCGS #11020

Provenance: Ex: Dr. Judd; Paramount's Auction '80, Stack's sale of the Jimmy Hayes Collection, October 1985. Dr. Judd reportedly traced this coin back to the family of David Rittenhouse, first director of the United States Mint.

1805 10C 4 Berries MS67 PCGS #38769

ex Knoxville collection

1796 25C MS66 PCGS #38920

My Grade: SP 66+, full proof surfaces, no adjustment marks, full details of the eagle head. Provenance: B. Max Mehl’s sale of the James Ten Eyck Collection, May 1922, lot 507; L.A. Collection of U.S. Type Coins; Stack’s 55th Anniversary Sale, October 1990, lot 1634. The most beautiful quarter dollar I have seen in 18 years. Fully sharp and prooflike.

1806/5 25C MS65+ PCGS #5315

"Colonel" E.H.R. Green Collection - Partnership of Eric P. Newman & B.G. Johnson (St. Louis Stamp & Coin Co.) - Eric P. Newman, who paid $50 - Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society - Heritage 11/2013:33331, $152,750

1837 25C MS67 PCGS #39011

Provenance: Col. E.H.R. Green Collection; Numismatic Gallery’s (Abe Kosoff and Abner Kreisberg) sale of December 1947, lot 198; John Jay Pittman Collection; David Akers Numismatics, Inc.’s sale of the John Jay Pittman Collection, Part II, May 1998, lot 1295.

1795 50C 2 Leaves MS63+ PCGS #39229

Provenance: Norweb Collection (Bowers and Merena, 11/1998) While there are higher graded coins at PCGS, this coin is the sharpest and only prooflike coin I ever saw of this type. An outstanding and beautiful coin.

1797 50C MS65+ PCGS #6060

My grade: MS 66, former NGC 66. Provenance: Norweb, Haig Koshkarian type set collection, 9.3.2004.

1806/5 50C Large Stars MS66 PCGS #39301

Provenance: Ex B. Max Mehl's sale of the William Cutler Atwater Collection, June 1946, lot 402; our (Stack's) sale of the Reed Hawn Collection, August 1973, lot 16. A very special coin, prooflike and very sharply struck. The most beautiful of this type I could find in 18 years.

1835 50C MS67+ PCGS #39935

Provenance: Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr.; Eliasberg Estate (Bowers and Merena, 4/1997), lot 1899. The Joseph C. Thomas Collection.

1839-O 50C MS66 PCGS #531106

Provenance: Wayte Raymond’s sale of February 1947, lot 536; John Jay Pittman ; David Akers Numismatics, Inc.’s sale of the John Jay Pittman Collection, Part Two, May 1998, lot 1515; Ed Milas, by sale, August 1998, Pogue

1853 50C Arrows and Rays MS67 PCGS #6275

provenance: Knoxville collection

1795 $1 3 Leaves MS66 PCGS #39973

Provenance: Catherine Bullowa Collection, by purchase, 1965; Catherine Bullowa's (Coinhunter) sale of December 2005, lot 393.

1795 $1 Centered Dr Bust MS66 PCGS #39995

Provenance: L.A. United States Type Collection; Stack’s 55th Anniversary Sale, 1990; Foxfire Collection (Claude E. Davis, M.D.); A beautifully toned and original coin.

1802 $1 MS65 PCGS #40088

Provenance: Matthew Adams Stickney Collection, before 1854; Miss Cornelia A. Stickney and Miss Lucy W. Stickney, by descent, 1895; Henry Chapman's sale of the Matthew A. Stickney Collection, June 1907, lot 843; John H. Clapp Collection; John H. Clapp Estate, 1940; Louis E. Eliasberg Collection, by sale, en bloc, via Stack's 1942; Richard A. Eliasberg, by descent, 1976; Bowers and Merena's sale of the Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection, April 1997, lot 2196, as MS 64 @ 165.000.

1798 $2.50 Close Date MS65 PCGS #45504

Provenance: The Norman Stack Type Set; Norman Stack to Eric Streiner in 1990; Superior Galleries’ sale of August 1991, lot 664; Sotheby’s Coins, Medals, and Banknotes sale of June 27, 2000, lot 359. A beautiful Prooflike coin.

1808 $2.50 MS65 PCGS #45515

Provenance: Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, before 1890; New York Coin and Stamp Company’s sale of the Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, June 1890, lot 856; Col. E.H.R. Green Collection; Dr. J. Hewitt Judd to Dr. Herbert Ketterman; Dr. Ketterman to Jimmy Hayes in Kansas City, Missouri, via sale, 1982; Stack’s session of Auction ’84, July 1984, lot 1372; David W. Akers Inc.’s session of Auction ’89, July 1989, lot 1361.

1821 $2.50 MS66+ PCGS #45516

Provenance: Lorin G. Parmelee Collection; New York Stamp and Coin Company's (Harlan Page Smith and David Proskey) sale of the Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, June 1890, lot 931; John G. Mills Collection; Henry and Samuel Hudson Chapman's sale of the John G. Mills Collection, April 1904, lot 537; John H. Clapp Collection; Clapp Estate; Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection, via Stack's, 1942; Bowers and Ruddy's sale of the United States Gold Collection (Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr.), October 1982, lot 90; Jimmy Hayes Collection; Stack's session of Auction ’84, July 1984, lot 1373, via Mike Brownlee (Goliad Corporation).

1795 $5 Small Eagle MS65 PCGS #519852

My grade: MS 66. Provenance: J. Colvin Randall Collection; W. Elliot Woodward's sale of the Numismatic Cabinet of Mr. J. Colvin Randall of Philadelphia, June 1885, lot 866, via Harold P. Newlin; T. Harrison Garrett Collection; T. Harrison Garrett to Robert and John Work Garrett, by descent, 1888; Robert Garrett interest to John Work Garrett, 1919; transfer completed 1921; John Work Garrett to The Johns Hopkins University, by gift, 1942; Bowers and Ruddy's sale of the Garrett Collection, Part I, November 1979, lot 433; Bill Mitkoff to Anthony Terranova; Paramount (David Akers), by sale, April 1986.

1811 $5 Tall 5 MS66 PCGS #507600

Provenance: James Kelly; Andrew Sydlak Collection, by sale, early 1950s; Richard Burdick to Anthony Terranova, May 1983; dealer intermediaries; Goliad Corporation (Mike Brownlee), by sale, September 1983.

1831 $5 Small 5D MS67 PCGS #519948

George F. Seavey Collection, who sold his collection intact in 1873 - Lorin G. Parmelee Collection - New York Coin & Stamp - H.P. Smith and David Proskey 6/1890:1003 - Harlan Page Smith Collection - S. Hudson and Henry Chapman 5/1906:221 - John Story Jenks Collection - Henry Chapman 12/1921:5771 - John H. Clapp Collection, sold intact in 1942 - Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection - Bowers & Ruddy 10/1982:391

1838 $5 MS65+ PCGS #8176

My grade: SP 66. Provenance: Lorin G. Parmelee Collection; New York Coin and Stamp Company’s (H.P. Smith and David Proskey) sale of the Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, June 1890, lot 1083; Byron Reed Collection; City of Omaha, by descent, 1891; Christie’s / Spink America’s sale of the Byron Reed Collection, October 1996, lot 126; Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection; Bowers and Merena’s sale of the Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection, Part II, October 1999, lot 865.

1795 $10 13 Leaves MS66+ PCGS #45712

Prooflike surfaces, no adjustment marks, free of any problems and saved right after striking. This coin is at least 2 grades better than any other 1795 eagle I saw, it just separates itself from anything else. Provenance: George Stenz Collection; Ed Frossard's sale of the Stenz Collection of Modern Coins, Medals and Tokens, February 1880, lot 636; T. Harrison Garrett Collection. This coin appears to have survived the adolescence of the American republic far from home, in Germany.

1799 $10 Large Stars Obverse MS65+ PCGS #45723

Provenance: F.C.C. Boyd Collection; Numismatic Gallery's (Abe Kosoff and Abner Kreisberg) sale of the World's Greatest Collection of U.S. Gold Coins (F.C.C. Boyd), January 1946

1839/8 $10 Type of 1838 MS65 PCGS #8576

This coin is prooflike and looks like a specimen. The only prooflike of the type I ever saw or heard of.

1793 1/2C MS65BN PCGS #35009

My Grade: MS 65 RBB (RedBrownBrown). Provenance: Missouri Cabinet Collection. The only 1793 half Cent I have ever seen that has some red. Fully original and beautiful.

1793 1/2C MS65BN PCGS #35009

My Grade: MS 65 RBB (RedBrownBrown). Provenance: Missouri Cabinet Collection. The only 1793 half Cent I have ever seen that has some red. Fully original and beautiful.

1794 1/2C High Relief Head MS67RB PCGS #35058

My Grade: SP 68 RRB (RedRedBrown), EAC grade MS 67. Under strong light the coin is full red and proof, unbelievable. Provenance: In a Swiss family since 1794, Fred Weinberg, Missouri Cabinet Collection.

1794 1/2C High Relief Head MS67RB PCGS #35058

My Grade: SP 68 RRB (RedRedBrown), EAC grade MS 67. Under strong light the coin is full red and proof, unbelievable. Provenance: In a Swiss family since 1794, Fred Weinberg, Missouri Cabinet Collection.

1794 1/2C High Relief Head MS67RB PCGS #35058

My Grade: SP 68 RRB (RedRedBrown), EAC grade MS 67. Under strong light the coin is full red and proof, unbelievable. Provenance: In a Swiss family since 1794, Fred Weinberg, Missouri Cabinet Collection.

1794 1/2C High Relief Head MS67RB PCGS #35058

My Grade: SP 68 RRB (RedRedBrown), EAC grade MS 67. Under strong light the coin is full red and proof, unbelievable. Provenance: In a Swiss family since 1794, Fred Weinberg, Missouri Cabinet Collection.

1794 1/2C High Relief Head MS67RB PCGS #35058

My Grade: SP 68 RRB (RedRedBrown), EAC grade MS 67. Under strong light the coin is full red and proof, unbelievable. Provenance: In a Swiss family since 1794, Fred Weinberg, Missouri Cabinet Collection.

1796 1/2C No Pole MS67RB PCGS #35096

My grade: MS 67 RBB (RedBrownBrown). Provenance: George H. Earle, Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection; While this is a very rare date and variety of the type, it also is probably the most beautiful and perfect coin of the type.

1796 1/2C No Pole MS67RB PCGS #35096

My grade: MS 67 RBB (RedBrownBrown). Provenance: George H. Earle, Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection; While this is a very rare date and variety of the type, it also is probably the most beautiful and perfect coin of the type.

1804 1/2C Plain 4, No Stems MS64+ RD PCGS #35178

Recently discovered during the razing of one of the historic buildings in Boston's financial district about 1981; Missouri Cabinet Collection.

1804 1/2C Plain 4, No Stems MS64+ RD PCGS #35178

Recently discovered during the razing of one of the historic buildings in Boston's financial district about 1981; Missouri Cabinet Collection.

1811 1/2C MS66RB PCGS #35240

"R. Tettenhorst's 1811 C1 was the star of the show." - Rick Coleman, Penny-Wise,May 1998 Provenance: Hollis Page; Dr. Thomas Hall Collection; Dr. Thomas Hall Estate, May 1909; Virgil M. Brand, Missouri Cabinet. While this is a very rare date and variety of the type, it also is probably the most beautiful and perfect coin of the type.

1811 1/2C MS66RB PCGS #35240

"R. Tettenhorst's 1811 C1 was the star of the show." - Rick Coleman, Penny-Wise,May 1998 Provenance: Hollis Page; Dr. Thomas Hall Collection; Dr. Thomas Hall Estate, May 1909; Virgil M. Brand, Missouri Cabinet. While this is a very rare date and variety of the type, it also is probably the most beautiful and perfect coin of the type.

1793 Chain 1C Periods MS66BN PCGS #35444

My grade: MS 67 BN, provenance: illustrated in 1869 on the legendary Crosby-Levick plate, published in The American Journal of Numismatics of April 1869, Virgil Brand. R.E. “Ted” Naftzger. This chain Cent was graded Gem PCGS 65 already in 1992 and after NGC 67. The only Chain Cent other than the two SP graded ones that has full details everywhere.

1793 Chain 1C Periods MS66BN PCGS #35444

My grade: MS 67 BN, provenance: illustrated in 1869 on the legendary Crosby-Levick plate, published in The American Journal of Numismatics of April 1869, Virgil Brand. R.E. “Ted” Naftzger. This chain Cent was graded Gem PCGS 65 already in 1992 and after NGC 67. The only Chain Cent other than the two SP graded ones that has full details everywhere.

1793 1C Liberty Cap MS62+ BN PCGS #1359

My grade: MS 63 RBB (RedBrownBrown), Ex Garrett, Frossard, LeGras. 10% Red and fully original surfaces.

1793 1C Liberty Cap MS62+ BN PCGS #1359

My grade: MS 63 RBB (RedBrownBrown), Ex Garrett, Frossard, LeGras. 10% Red and fully original surfaces.

1796 1C Liberty Cap MS66+ RB PCGS #35760

My grade: SP 68 RRB (RedRedBrown), similar look like the 1794 Half Cent, full proof surfaces. Ted Naftzger purchased this cent from T. James Clarke in Jamestown, he owned it for more than 50 years, until his death in 2007. Even when most of his coins were sold in 1992, this was one of the few he kept until his death. Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 8, sold for 180 USD in April 1923, described as uncirculated, bright red, magnificent impression, very rare state. Former at Chapman June 1906, lot 549, sold for 125 USD, described as: even impression with the milling all around the obverse, which in this variety is very unusual. Original red color and the finest cent of this date known. Unique in this state of preservation.

1796 1C Liberty Cap MS66+ RB PCGS #35760

My grade: SP 68 RRB (RedRedBrown), similar look like the 1794 Half Cent, full proof surfaces. Ted Naftzger purchased this cent from T. James Clarke in Jamestown, he owned it for more than 50 years, until his death in 2007. Even when most of his coins were sold in 1992, this was one of the few he kept until his death. Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 8, sold for 180 USD in April 1923, described as uncirculated, bright red, magnificent impression, very rare state. Former at Chapman June 1906, lot 549, sold for 125 USD, described as: even impression with the milling all around the obverse, which in this variety is very unusual. Original red color and the finest cent of this date known. Unique in this state of preservation.

1807/6 1C Large 7 MS66RD PCGS #36444

Provenance: ex Colonel Joshua Pierce, received as a gift in 1807, the year of his birth; later to son R.C. Pierce; Ted Naftzger, Jr., February 1992; Eric Streiner; Jay Parrino (The Mint); Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 37, sold for 150 USD in April 1923, described as brilliant, bright red original color as if freshly coined, extraordinary gem.

1807/6 1C Large 7 MS66RD PCGS #36444

Provenance: ex Colonel Joshua Pierce, received as a gift in 1807, the year of his birth; later to son R.C. Pierce; Ted Naftzger, Jr., February 1992; Eric Streiner; Jay Parrino (The Mint); Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 37, sold for 150 USD in April 1923, described as brilliant, bright red original color as if freshly coined, extraordinary gem.

1807/6 1C Large 7 MS66RD PCGS #36444

Provenance: ex Colonel Joshua Pierce, received as a gift in 1807, the year of his birth; later to son R.C. Pierce; Ted Naftzger, Jr., February 1992; Eric Streiner; Jay Parrino (The Mint); Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 37, sold for 150 USD in April 1923, described as brilliant, bright red original color as if freshly coined, extraordinary gem.

1807/6 1C Large 7 MS66RD PCGS #36444

Provenance: ex Colonel Joshua Pierce, received as a gift in 1807, the year of his birth; later to son R.C. Pierce; Ted Naftzger, Jr., February 1992; Eric Streiner; Jay Parrino (The Mint); Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 37, sold for 150 USD in April 1923, described as brilliant, bright red original color as if freshly coined, extraordinary gem.

1811 1C MS65RD PCGS #36498

Found In An Old Desk in New Haven, 1915, Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 45, sold for 125 USD in April 1923, described as brilliant bright red, slightly darkened before face, I never saw another specimen bright red.

1811 1C MS65RD PCGS #36498

Found In An Old Desk in New Haven, 1915, Ex S.H. Chapman sale of Beckwith collection of Cents, that included the 1796, 1807 and 1811 Cent of my collection, lot 45, sold for 125 USD in April 1923, described as brilliant bright red, slightly darkened before face, I never saw another specimen bright red.

1792 H10C MS66 PCGS #11020

Provenance: Ex: Dr. Judd; Paramount's Auction '80, Stack's sale of the Jimmy Hayes Collection, October 1985. Dr. Judd reportedly traced this coin back to the family of David Rittenhouse, first director of the United States Mint.

1792 H10C MS66 PCGS #11020

Provenance: Ex: Dr. Judd; Paramount's Auction '80, Stack's sale of the Jimmy Hayes Collection, October 1985. Dr. Judd reportedly traced this coin back to the family of David Rittenhouse, first director of the United States Mint.

1805 10C 4 Berries MS67 PCGS #38769

ex Knoxville collection

1805 10C 4 Berries MS67 PCGS #38769

ex Knoxville collection

1796 25C MS66 PCGS #38920

My Grade: SP 66+, full proof surfaces, no adjustment marks, full details of the eagle head. Provenance: B. Max Mehl’s sale of the James Ten Eyck Collection, May 1922, lot 507; L.A. Collection of U.S. Type Coins; Stack’s 55th Anniversary Sale, October 1990, lot 1634. The most beautiful quarter dollar I have seen in 18 years. Fully sharp and prooflike.

1796 25C MS66 PCGS #38920

My Grade: SP 66+, full proof surfaces, no adjustment marks, full details of the eagle head. Provenance: B. Max Mehl’s sale of the James Ten Eyck Collection, May 1922, lot 507; L.A. Collection of U.S. Type Coins; Stack’s 55th Anniversary Sale, October 1990, lot 1634. The most beautiful quarter dollar I have seen in 18 years. Fully sharp and prooflike.

1806/5 25C MS65+ PCGS #5315

"Colonel" E.H.R. Green Collection - Partnership of Eric P. Newman & B.G. Johnson (St. Louis Stamp & Coin Co.) - Eric P. Newman, who paid $50 - Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society - Heritage 11/2013:33331, $152,750

1806/5 25C MS65+ PCGS #5315

"Colonel" E.H.R. Green Collection - Partnership of Eric P. Newman & B.G. Johnson (St. Louis Stamp & Coin Co.) - Eric P. Newman, who paid $50 - Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society - Heritage 11/2013:33331, $152,750

1837 25C MS67 PCGS #39011

Provenance: Col. E.H.R. Green Collection; Numismatic Gallery’s (Abe Kosoff and Abner Kreisberg) sale of December 1947, lot 198; John Jay Pittman Collection; David Akers Numismatics, Inc.’s sale of the John Jay Pittman Collection, Part II, May 1998, lot 1295.

1837 25C MS67 PCGS #39011

Provenance: Col. E.H.R. Green Collection; Numismatic Gallery’s (Abe Kosoff and Abner Kreisberg) sale of December 1947, lot 198; John Jay Pittman Collection; David Akers Numismatics, Inc.’s sale of the John Jay Pittman Collection, Part II, May 1998, lot 1295.

1795 50C 2 Leaves MS63+ PCGS #39229

Provenance: Norweb Collection (Bowers and Merena, 11/1998) While there are higher graded coins at PCGS, this coin is the sharpest and only prooflike coin I ever saw of this type. An outstanding and beautiful coin.

1795 50C 2 Leaves MS63+ PCGS #39229

Provenance: Norweb Collection (Bowers and Merena, 11/1998) While there are higher graded coins at PCGS, this coin is the sharpest and only prooflike coin I ever saw of this type. An outstanding and beautiful coin.

1797 50C MS65+ PCGS #6060

My grade: MS 66, former NGC 66. Provenance: Norweb, Haig Koshkarian type set collection, 9.3.2004.

1797 50C MS65+ PCGS #6060

My grade: MS 66, former NGC 66. Provenance: Norweb, Haig Koshkarian type set collection, 9.3.2004.

1806/5 50C Large Stars MS66 PCGS #39301

Provenance: Ex B. Max Mehl's sale of the William Cutler Atwater Collection, June 1946, lot 402; our (Stack's) sale of the Reed Hawn Collection, August 1973, lot 16. A very special coin, prooflike and very sharply struck. The most beautiful of this type I could find in 18 years.

1806/5 50C Large Stars MS66 PCGS #39301

Provenance: Ex B. Max Mehl's sale of the William Cutler Atwater Collection, June 1946, lot 402; our (Stack's) sale of the Reed Hawn Collection, August 1973, lot 16. A very special coin, prooflike and very sharply struck. The most beautiful of this type I could find in 18 years.

1835 50C MS67+ PCGS #39935

Provenance: Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr.; Eliasberg Estate (Bowers and Merena, 4/1997), lot 1899. The Joseph C. Thomas Collection.

1835 50C MS67+ PCGS #39935

Provenance: Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr.; Eliasberg Estate (Bowers and Merena, 4/1997), lot 1899. The Joseph C. Thomas Collection.

1853 50C Arrows and Rays MS67 PCGS #6275

provenance: Knoxville collection

1853 50C Arrows and Rays MS67 PCGS #6275

provenance: Knoxville collection

1795 $1 3 Leaves MS66 PCGS #39973

Provenance: Catherine Bullowa Collection, by purchase, 1965; Catherine Bullowa's (Coinhunter) sale of December 2005, lot 393.

1795 $1 3 Leaves MS66 PCGS #39973

Provenance: Catherine Bullowa Collection, by purchase, 1965; Catherine Bullowa's (Coinhunter) sale of December 2005, lot 393.

1795 $1 Centered Dr Bust MS66 PCGS #39995

Provenance: L.A. United States Type Collection; Stack’s 55th Anniversary Sale, 1990; Foxfire Collection (Claude E. Davis, M.D.); A beautifully toned and original coin.

1795 $1 Centered Dr Bust MS66 PCGS #39995

Provenance: L.A. United States Type Collection; Stack’s 55th Anniversary Sale, 1990; Foxfire Collection (Claude E. Davis, M.D.); A beautifully toned and original coin.

1802 $1 MS65 PCGS #40088

Provenance: Matthew Adams Stickney Collection, before 1854; Miss Cornelia A. Stickney and Miss Lucy W. Stickney, by descent, 1895; Henry Chapman's sale of the Matthew A. Stickney Collection, June 1907, lot 843; John H. Clapp Collection; John H. Clapp Estate, 1940; Louis E. Eliasberg Collection, by sale, en bloc, via Stack's 1942; Richard A. Eliasberg, by descent, 1976; Bowers and Merena's sale of the Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection, April 1997, lot 2196, as MS 64 @ 165.000.

1802 $1 MS65 PCGS #40088

Provenance: Matthew Adams Stickney Collection, before 1854; Miss Cornelia A. Stickney and Miss Lucy W. Stickney, by descent, 1895; Henry Chapman's sale of the Matthew A. Stickney Collection, June 1907, lot 843; John H. Clapp Collection; John H. Clapp Estate, 1940; Louis E. Eliasberg Collection, by sale, en bloc, via Stack's 1942; Richard A. Eliasberg, by descent, 1976; Bowers and Merena's sale of the Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection, April 1997, lot 2196, as MS 64 @ 165.000.

1796 $2.50 No Stars MS65 PCGS #7645

Ex: Lorin Parmelee Collection (New York Coin and Stamp Co., 6/1890); Brock Collection; University of Pennsylvania; The Philip H. Ward, Jr. Collection (Stack's, 5/1964); Lelan Rogers; Numisma '95 (Stack's, 11/1995). I believe there are only three true mint state specimens in existence, this coin, the ex Pogue PCGS 62 and the Bass coin which is still in the Bass foundation.

1796 $2.50 No Stars MS65 PCGS #7645

Ex: Lorin Parmelee Collection (New York Coin and Stamp Co., 6/1890); Brock Collection; University of Pennsylvania; The Philip H. Ward, Jr. Collection (Stack's, 5/1964); Lelan Rogers; Numisma '95 (Stack's, 11/1995). I believe there are only three true mint state specimens in existence, this coin, the ex Pogue PCGS 62 and the Bass coin which is still in the Bass foundation.

1798 $2.50 Close Date MS65 PCGS #45504

Provenance: The Norman Stack Type Set; Norman Stack to Eric Streiner in 1990; Superior Galleries’ sale of August 1991, lot 664; Sotheby’s Coins, Medals, and Banknotes sale of June 27, 2000, lot 359. A beautiful Prooflike coin.

1798 $2.50 Close Date MS65 PCGS #45504

Provenance: The Norman Stack Type Set; Norman Stack to Eric Streiner in 1990; Superior Galleries’ sale of August 1991, lot 664; Sotheby’s Coins, Medals, and Banknotes sale of June 27, 2000, lot 359. A beautiful Prooflike coin.

1808 $2.50 MS65 PCGS #45515

Provenance: Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, before 1890; New York Coin and Stamp Company’s sale of the Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, June 1890, lot 856; Col. E.H.R. Green Collection; Dr. J. Hewitt Judd to Dr. Herbert Ketterman; Dr. Ketterman to Jimmy Hayes in Kansas City, Missouri, via sale, 1982; Stack’s session of Auction ’84, July 1984, lot 1372; David W. Akers Inc.’s session of Auction ’89, July 1989, lot 1361.

1808 $2.50 MS65 PCGS #45515

Provenance: Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, before 1890; New York Coin and Stamp Company’s sale of the Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, June 1890, lot 856; Col. E.H.R. Green Collection; Dr. J. Hewitt Judd to Dr. Herbert Ketterman; Dr. Ketterman to Jimmy Hayes in Kansas City, Missouri, via sale, 1982; Stack’s session of Auction ’84, July 1984, lot 1372; David W. Akers Inc.’s session of Auction ’89, July 1989, lot 1361.

1821 $2.50 MS66+ PCGS #45516

Provenance: Lorin G. Parmelee Collection; New York Stamp and Coin Company's (Harlan Page Smith and David Proskey) sale of the Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, June 1890, lot 931; John G. Mills Collection; Henry and Samuel Hudson Chapman's sale of the John G. Mills Collection, April 1904, lot 537; John H. Clapp Collection; Clapp Estate; Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection, via Stack's, 1942; Bowers and Ruddy's sale of the United States Gold Collection (Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr.), October 1982, lot 90; Jimmy Hayes Collection; Stack's session of Auction ’84, July 1984, lot 1373, via Mike Brownlee (Goliad Corporation).

1821 $2.50 MS66+ PCGS #45516

Provenance: Lorin G. Parmelee Collection; New York Stamp and Coin Company's (Harlan Page Smith and David Proskey) sale of the Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, June 1890, lot 931; John G. Mills Collection; Henry and Samuel Hudson Chapman's sale of the John G. Mills Collection, April 1904, lot 537; John H. Clapp Collection; Clapp Estate; Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection, via Stack's, 1942; Bowers and Ruddy's sale of the United States Gold Collection (Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr.), October 1982, lot 90; Jimmy Hayes Collection; Stack's session of Auction ’84, July 1984, lot 1373, via Mike Brownlee (Goliad Corporation).

1795 $5 Small Eagle MS65 PCGS #519852

My grade: MS 66. Provenance: J. Colvin Randall Collection; W. Elliot Woodward's sale of the Numismatic Cabinet of Mr. J. Colvin Randall of Philadelphia, June 1885, lot 866, via Harold P. Newlin; T. Harrison Garrett Collection; T. Harrison Garrett to Robert and John Work Garrett, by descent, 1888; Robert Garrett interest to John Work Garrett, 1919; transfer completed 1921; John Work Garrett to The Johns Hopkins University, by gift, 1942; Bowers and Ruddy's sale of the Garrett Collection, Part I, November 1979, lot 433; Bill Mitkoff to Anthony Terranova; Paramount (David Akers), by sale, April 1986.

1795 $5 Small Eagle MS65 PCGS #519852

My grade: MS 66. Provenance: J. Colvin Randall Collection; W. Elliot Woodward's sale of the Numismatic Cabinet of Mr. J. Colvin Randall of Philadelphia, June 1885, lot 866, via Harold P. Newlin; T. Harrison Garrett Collection; T. Harrison Garrett to Robert and John Work Garrett, by descent, 1888; Robert Garrett interest to John Work Garrett, 1919; transfer completed 1921; John Work Garrett to The Johns Hopkins University, by gift, 1942; Bowers and Ruddy's sale of the Garrett Collection, Part I, November 1979, lot 433; Bill Mitkoff to Anthony Terranova; Paramount (David Akers), by sale, April 1986.

1811 $5 Tall 5 MS66 PCGS #507600

Provenance: James Kelly; Andrew Sydlak Collection, by sale, early 1950s; Richard Burdick to Anthony Terranova, May 1983; dealer intermediaries; Goliad Corporation (Mike Brownlee), by sale, September 1983.

1811 $5 Tall 5 MS66 PCGS #507600

Provenance: James Kelly; Andrew Sydlak Collection, by sale, early 1950s; Richard Burdick to Anthony Terranova, May 1983; dealer intermediaries; Goliad Corporation (Mike Brownlee), by sale, September 1983.

1831 $5 Small 5D MS67 PCGS #519948

George F. Seavey Collection, who sold his collection intact in 1873 - Lorin G. Parmelee Collection - New York Coin & Stamp - H.P. Smith and David Proskey 6/1890:1003 - Harlan Page Smith Collection - S. Hudson and Henry Chapman 5/1906:221 - John Story Jenks Collection - Henry Chapman 12/1921:5771 - John H. Clapp Collection, sold intact in 1942 - Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection - Bowers & Ruddy 10/1982:391

1831 $5 Small 5D MS67 PCGS #519948

George F. Seavey Collection, who sold his collection intact in 1873 - Lorin G. Parmelee Collection - New York Coin & Stamp - H.P. Smith and David Proskey 6/1890:1003 - Harlan Page Smith Collection - S. Hudson and Henry Chapman 5/1906:221 - John Story Jenks Collection - Henry Chapman 12/1921:5771 - John H. Clapp Collection, sold intact in 1942 - Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection - Bowers & Ruddy 10/1982:391

1838 $5 MS65+ PCGS #8176

My grade: SP 66. Provenance: Lorin G. Parmelee Collection; New York Coin and Stamp Company’s (H.P. Smith and David Proskey) sale of the Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, June 1890, lot 1083; Byron Reed Collection; City of Omaha, by descent, 1891; Christie’s / Spink America’s sale of the Byron Reed Collection, October 1996, lot 126; Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection; Bowers and Merena’s sale of the Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection, Part II, October 1999, lot 865.

1838 $5 MS65+ PCGS #8176

My grade: SP 66. Provenance: Lorin G. Parmelee Collection; New York Coin and Stamp Company’s (H.P. Smith and David Proskey) sale of the Lorin G. Parmelee Collection, June 1890, lot 1083; Byron Reed Collection; City of Omaha, by descent, 1891; Christie’s / Spink America’s sale of the Byron Reed Collection, October 1996, lot 126; Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection; Bowers and Merena’s sale of the Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection, Part II, October 1999, lot 865.

1795 $10 13 Leaves MS66+ PCGS #45712

Prooflike surfaces, no adjustment marks, free of any problems and saved right after striking. This coin is at least 2 grades better than any other 1795 eagle I saw, it just separates itself from anything else. Provenance: George Stenz Collection; Ed Frossard's sale of the Stenz Collection of Modern Coins, Medals and Tokens, February 1880, lot 636; T. Harrison Garrett Collection. This coin appears to have survived the adolescence of the American republic far from home, in Germany.

1795 $10 13 Leaves MS66+ PCGS #45712

Prooflike surfaces, no adjustment marks, free of any problems and saved right after striking. This coin is at least 2 grades better than any other 1795 eagle I saw, it just separates itself from anything else. Provenance: George Stenz Collection; Ed Frossard's sale of the Stenz Collection of Modern Coins, Medals and Tokens, February 1880, lot 636; T. Harrison Garrett Collection. This coin appears to have survived the adolescence of the American republic far from home, in Germany.

1795 $10 13 Leaves MS66+ PCGS #45712

Prooflike surfaces, no adjustment marks, free of any problems and saved right after striking. This coin is at least 2 grades better than any other 1795 eagle I saw, it just separates itself from anything else. Provenance: George Stenz Collection; Ed Frossard's sale of the Stenz Collection of Modern Coins, Medals and Tokens, February 1880, lot 636; T. Harrison Garrett Collection. This coin appears to have survived the adolescence of the American republic far from home, in Germany.

1795 $10 13 Leaves MS66+ PCGS #45712

Prooflike surfaces, no adjustment marks, free of any problems and saved right after striking. This coin is at least 2 grades better than any other 1795 eagle I saw, it just separates itself from anything else. Provenance: George Stenz Collection; Ed Frossard's sale of the Stenz Collection of Modern Coins, Medals and Tokens, February 1880, lot 636; T. Harrison Garrett Collection. This coin appears to have survived the adolescence of the American republic far from home, in Germany.

1795 $10 13 Leaves MS66+ PCGS #45712

Prooflike surfaces, no adjustment marks, free of any problems and saved right after striking. This coin is at least 2 grades better than any other 1795 eagle I saw, it just separates itself from anything else. Provenance: George Stenz Collection; Ed Frossard's sale of the Stenz Collection of Modern Coins, Medals and Tokens, February 1880, lot 636; T. Harrison Garrett Collection. This coin appears to have survived the adolescence of the American republic far from home, in Germany.

1795 $10 13 Leaves MS66+ PCGS #45712

Prooflike surfaces, no adjustment marks, free of any problems and saved right after striking. This coin is at least 2 grades better than any other 1795 eagle I saw, it just separates itself from anything else. Provenance: George Stenz Collection; Ed Frossard's sale of the Stenz Collection of Modern Coins, Medals and Tokens, February 1880, lot 636; T. Harrison Garrett Collection. This coin appears to have survived the adolescence of the American republic far from home, in Germany.

1799 $10 Large Stars Obverse MS65+ PCGS #45723

Provenance: F.C.C. Boyd Collection; Numismatic Gallery's (Abe Kosoff and Abner Kreisberg) sale of the World's Greatest Collection of U.S. Gold Coins (F.C.C. Boyd), January 1946

1799 $10 Large Stars Obverse MS65+ PCGS #45723

Provenance: F.C.C. Boyd Collection; Numismatic Gallery's (Abe Kosoff and Abner Kreisberg) sale of the World's Greatest Collection of U.S. Gold Coins (F.C.C. Boyd), January 1946

1839/8 $10 Type of 1838 MS65 PCGS #8576

This coin is prooflike and looks like a specimen. The only prooflike of the type I ever saw or heard of.

1839/8 $10 Type of 1838 MS65 PCGS #8576

This coin is prooflike and looks like a specimen. The only prooflike of the type I ever saw or heard of.

1839/8 $10 Type of 1838 MS65 PCGS #8576

This coin is prooflike and looks like a specimen. The only prooflike of the type I ever saw or heard of.

1839/8 $10 Type of 1838 MS65 PCGS #8576

This coin is prooflike and looks like a specimen. The only prooflike of the type I ever saw or heard of.

1839/8 $10 Type of 1838 MS65 PCGS #8576

This coin is prooflike and looks like a specimen. The only prooflike of the type I ever saw or heard of.

1839/8 $10 Type of 1838 MS65 PCGS #8576

This coin is prooflike and looks like a specimen. The only prooflike of the type I ever saw or heard of.

1839/8 $10 Type of 1838 MS65 PCGS #8576

This coin is prooflike and looks like a specimen. The only prooflike of the type I ever saw or heard of.