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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.