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1857 1C Flying Eagle MS64 PCGS #2016

This attractive Choice example offers sharply detailed design elements and lightly marked surfaces with vibrant mint luster throughout.

1804 1/2C Plain 4, No Stems MS64RB PCGS #1064

CAC. 9 at MS64, none finer. Manley Die State 2.0 with indistinct dentils on the obverse and upper reverse. Although Cohen lists 13 varieties, C-13 is promptly attributed by its Plain 4 and absent stems. This boldly struck near-Gem retains ample brick-red, although the portrait and fields are gunmetal-gray. Refreshingly free from abrasions. EAC grade MS63

1804 1/2C Plain 4, No Stems MS64RB PCGS #1064

CAC. 9 at MS64, none finer. Manley Die State 2.0 with indistinct dentils on the obverse and upper reverse. Although Cohen lists 13 varieties, C-13 is promptly attributed by its Plain 4 and absent stems. This boldly struck near-Gem retains ample brick-red, although the portrait and fields are gunmetal-gray. Refreshingly free from abrasions. EAC grade MS63

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1802 1C AU53BN PCGS #1470

A medium brown cent with glimpses of lighter mahogany toning. Marks are trivial save for wispy field abrasions near the hair ribbon

1802 1C AU53BN PCGS #1470

A medium brown cent with glimpses of lighter mahogany toning. Marks are trivial save for wispy field abrasions near the hair ribbon

1802 1C AU53BN PCGS #1470

A medium brown cent with glimpses of lighter mahogany toning. Marks are trivial save for wispy field abrasions near the hair ribbon

1814 1C Plain 4 AU50BN PCGS #1576

CAC. This is a high grade example with much underlying glossy luster still evident beneath golden-brown and gunmetal surfaces. Well struck overall and only lightly abraded.Ex: Ramont (2/1995), Jules Reiver Collection (Heritage, 1/2006)(as NGC AU55)

1814 1C Plain 4 AU50BN PCGS #1576

CAC. This is a high grade example with much underlying glossy luster still evident beneath golden-brown and gunmetal surfaces. Well struck overall and only lightly abraded.Ex: Ramont (2/1995), Jules Reiver Collection (Heritage, 1/2006)(as NGC AU55)

1837 1C Medium Letters MS65BN PCGS #1735

Plain Cords, Medium Letters, N-7, N-8, R.1. A lengthy die crack runs from the left reverse rim through STATES to the center OF, to the rim over A. Elsewhere, a bold dot between EN of CENT is diagnostic. The lack of die scratches above MERIC suggest the N-7 designation, a late state of the dies. Delightful chestnut-brown color covers both sides of this glossy Gem, which is sharply struck with excellent eye appeal. EAC grade MS60.

1837 1C Medium Letters MS65BN PCGS #1735

Plain Cords, Medium Letters, N-7, N-8, R.1. A lengthy die crack runs from the left reverse rim through STATES to the center OF, to the rim over A. Elsewhere, a bold dot between EN of CENT is diagnostic. The lack of die scratches above MERIC suggest the N-7 designation, a late state of the dies. Delightful chestnut-brown color covers both sides of this glossy Gem, which is sharply struck with excellent eye appeal. EAC grade MS60.

1837 1C Medium Letters MS65BN PCGS #1735

Plain Cords, Medium Letters, N-7, N-8, R.1. A lengthy die crack runs from the left reverse rim through STATES to the center OF, to the rim over A. Elsewhere, a bold dot between EN of CENT is diagnostic. The lack of die scratches above MERIC suggest the N-7 designation, a late state of the dies. Delightful chestnut-brown color covers both sides of this glossy Gem, which is sharply struck with excellent eye appeal. EAC grade MS60.

1837 1C Medium Letters MS65BN PCGS #1735

Plain Cords, Medium Letters, N-7, N-8, R.1. A lengthy die crack runs from the left reverse rim through STATES to the center OF, to the rim over A. Elsewhere, a bold dot between EN of CENT is diagnostic. The lack of die scratches above MERIC suggest the N-7 designation, a late state of the dies. Delightful chestnut-brown color covers both sides of this glossy Gem, which is sharply struck with excellent eye appeal. EAC grade MS60.

1857 1C Flying Eagle MS64 PCGS #2016

This attractive Choice example offers sharply detailed design elements and lightly marked surfaces with vibrant mint luster throughout.

1857 1C Flying Eagle MS64 PCGS #2016

This attractive Choice example offers sharply detailed design elements and lightly marked surfaces with vibrant mint luster throughout.

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples