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1806 1/2C Large 6, Stems MS63RB PCGS #1100

PCGS MS63RB CAC Heritage Auctions Description: 1806 Half Cent, MS63 Red and Brown Large 6, Stems, C-4, B-4 1806 1/2 C Large 6, Stems, C-4, B-4, R.1, MS63 Red and Brown PCGS. CAC. Manley Die State 2.0 with faint repunching visible on the 6. This late die state is plentiful, and this example may date to the 1906 Chapman Hoard of 100-year old half cents. This example has excellent cartwheel luster with light brown surfaces that display splashes of bright orange mint color. Small dark toning spots are evident on the reverse. Our EAC grade MS60. Population: 22 in 63 Red and Brown, 9 finer (11/15). (NGC ID# 222J, Variety PCGS# 35201, Base PCGS# 1100

1806 1/2C Large 6, Stems MS63RB PCGS #1100

PCGS MS63RB CAC Heritage Auctions Description: 1806 Half Cent, MS63 Red and Brown Large 6, Stems, C-4, B-4 1806 1/2 C Large 6, Stems, C-4, B-4, R.1, MS63 Red and Brown PCGS. CAC. Manley Die State 2.0 with faint repunching visible on the 6. This late die state is plentiful, and this example may date to the 1906 Chapman Hoard of 100-year old half cents. This example has excellent cartwheel luster with light brown surfaces that display splashes of bright orange mint color. Small dark toning spots are evident on the reverse. Our EAC grade MS60. Population: 22 in 63 Red and Brown, 9 finer (11/15). (NGC ID# 222J, Variety PCGS# 35201, Base PCGS# 1100

1806 1/2C Large 6, Stems MS63RB PCGS #1100

PCGS MS63RB CAC Heritage Auctions Description: 1806 Half Cent, MS63 Red and Brown Large 6, Stems, C-4, B-4 1806 1/2 C Large 6, Stems, C-4, B-4, R.1, MS63 Red and Brown PCGS. CAC. Manley Die State 2.0 with faint repunching visible on the 6. This late die state is plentiful, and this example may date to the 1906 Chapman Hoard of 100-year old half cents. This example has excellent cartwheel luster with light brown surfaces that display splashes of bright orange mint color. Small dark toning spots are evident on the reverse. Our EAC grade MS60. Population: 22 in 63 Red and Brown, 9 finer (11/15). (NGC ID# 222J, Variety PCGS# 35201, Base PCGS# 1100

1806 1C AU50BN PCGS #1513

PCGS AU50 1806 cents are hard to find in high grade.

1806 1C AU50BN PCGS #1513

PCGS AU50 1806 cents are hard to find in high grade.

1806 1C AU50BN PCGS #1513

PCGS AU50 1806 cents are hard to find in high grade.

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

PCGS MS62 Heritage Auctions Description: 1835 10C JR-2, R.4, MS62 PCGS. A die crack through the D in UNITED helps attribute this scarce JR-2 die variety. A lens reveals several other very delicate cracks along the reverse periphery. Brilliant and boldly struck with no remotely relevant marks. Luster is prevalent across the margins and motifs. (Variety PCGS# 38880, Base PCGS# 4527)

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

PCGS MS62 Heritage Auctions Description: 1835 10C JR-2, R.4, MS62 PCGS. A die crack through the D in UNITED helps attribute this scarce JR-2 die variety. A lens reveals several other very delicate cracks along the reverse periphery. Brilliant and boldly struck with no remotely relevant marks. Luster is prevalent across the margins and motifs. (Variety PCGS# 38880, Base PCGS# 4527)

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

PCGS MS62 Heritage Auctions Description: 1835 10C JR-2, R.4, MS62 PCGS. A die crack through the D in UNITED helps attribute this scarce JR-2 die variety. A lens reveals several other very delicate cracks along the reverse periphery. Brilliant and boldly struck with no remotely relevant marks. Luster is prevalent across the margins and motifs. (Variety PCGS# 38880, Base PCGS# 4527)

1835 25C MS63 PCGS #5354

PCGS MS63. HA Comments: 1835 Browning-2 Quarter, MS63 Sharply Struck, Original Patina 1835 25C B-2, R.2, MS63 PCGS. Tompkins Die State 2/1. The Small Diameter Capped Bust quarter made its debut in 1831, with William Kneass modifying the John Reich design. The Motto and scroll were removed from the reverse, and the central motifs were refined. This Select Uncirculated example displays pleasing mint luster beneath steel-blue and reddish-tan toning -- with the reverse more extensively toned than the obverse. Marks are few and far between, and they are entirely inconsequential both in size and in terms of the assigned grade. A sharp strike exists throughout. Population (all varieties combined): 23 in 63, 23 finer (7/19). (NGC ID# 23S2, Variety PCGS# 38998, Base PCGS# 5354) Weight: 6.74 grams Metal: 89.24% Silver, 10.76% Copper

1835 25C MS63 PCGS #5354

PCGS MS63. HA Comments: 1835 Browning-2 Quarter, MS63 Sharply Struck, Original Patina 1835 25C B-2, R.2, MS63 PCGS. Tompkins Die State 2/1. The Small Diameter Capped Bust quarter made its debut in 1831, with William Kneass modifying the John Reich design. The Motto and scroll were removed from the reverse, and the central motifs were refined. This Select Uncirculated example displays pleasing mint luster beneath steel-blue and reddish-tan toning -- with the reverse more extensively toned than the obverse. Marks are few and far between, and they are entirely inconsequential both in size and in terms of the assigned grade. A sharp strike exists throughout. Population (all varieties combined): 23 in 63, 23 finer (7/19). (NGC ID# 23S2, Variety PCGS# 38998, Base PCGS# 5354) Weight: 6.74 grams Metal: 89.24% Silver, 10.76% Copper

1798 $1 Pointed 9, 4 Vertical Lines AU53 PCGS #40030

PCGS AU53. HA Comments: 1798 Draped Bust, Large Eagle Dollar, AU53 Pointed 9, Close Date, B-27, BB-113 1798 $1 Large Eagle, Pointed 9, Close Date, B-27, BB-113, R.2, AU53 PCGS. Bowers Die State I/II. The 8 is much too high in the date, and a tiny extra tine of metal appears in the field near star 12. The reverse shows the usual die crack from the rim above S to OF to the wing tip to the rim above the first A in AMERICA. The obverse lacks the usually seen die crack through the 9 in the date, and as such may prove to be a prize for die-state collectors. Although the strike is slightly uneven, this piece has lustrous silver-gold surfaces with lots of vibrancy and appeal. Ex: Central States Signature (Heritage, 4-5/2010), lot 1001, where it brought $7,475. (NGC ID# 24X6, Variety PCGS# 40030, Base PCGS# 40018) Weight: 26.96 grams Metal: 89.24% Silver, 10.76% Copper

1798 $1 Pointed 9, 4 Vertical Lines AU53 PCGS #40030

PCGS AU53. HA Comments: 1798 Draped Bust, Large Eagle Dollar, AU53 Pointed 9, Close Date, B-27, BB-113 1798 $1 Large Eagle, Pointed 9, Close Date, B-27, BB-113, R.2, AU53 PCGS. Bowers Die State I/II. The 8 is much too high in the date, and a tiny extra tine of metal appears in the field near star 12. The reverse shows the usual die crack from the rim above S to OF to the wing tip to the rim above the first A in AMERICA. The obverse lacks the usually seen die crack through the 9 in the date, and as such may prove to be a prize for die-state collectors. Although the strike is slightly uneven, this piece has lustrous silver-gold surfaces with lots of vibrancy and appeal. Ex: Central States Signature (Heritage, 4-5/2010), lot 1001, where it brought $7,475. (NGC ID# 24X6, Variety PCGS# 40030, Base PCGS# 40018) Weight: 26.96 grams Metal: 89.24% Silver, 10.76% Copper