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Sale 110

The June 2-5, 2019 Pre-Long Beach Auction


Quarter Dollars
 
 
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Lot 817
1804. PCGS graded Good-4. Nice even wear with full clear date. This is one of the rarest quarters issued, the 1804 date has its magical rarity due to the silver dollar, but the quarter and dime and cent all have their own rarity. This is a nice, solid example that will satisfy most collectors. Important key date (PCGS # 5312) Estimate Value $2,800 - 3,000
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Lot 818
1806. NGC graded AU-55. Bright and lustrous, with a decent strike for this notoriously weakly struck variety. This one shows far more definition than commonly seen, with full wing feather definition and most of Liberty's curls intact. Excellent surfaces and strong eye appeal. A totally untoned example. Housed in an Old Style Holder. Pop 17; 66 finer at NGC. Estimate Value $4,400 - 4,600
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$3,600
Lot 819
1822. PCGS graded MS-62. B-1, Rarity-2. Mostly untoned save for elegant light silver-gray which spans the surfaces in a uniform manner. The strike is bold on all the design elements, with sharp stars surrounding Liberty, and all her finer hair curls boldly defined. This is a tough date in all grades, particularly so in mint state. Given the revisionist standards of today, we feel this quarter graded long ago and may upgrade. A terrific coin for the date specialist. Only two varieties were coined in 1822 for quarters, this one and the other being the prized 25/50 reverse bungled denomination. Housed in a First Generation Holder. Only 64,080 struck. Pop 9; 12 finer at PCGS. (PCGS # 5332) Estimate Value $7,000 - UP
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Lot 820
1831. Small Letters. B-4, Rarity 1. NGC graded MS-65. Nicely golden toning over reflective fields. The strike is sharp on all the obverse stars, and the surfaces are amazingly clean for a Capped Bust quarter. Rarely are these early coins found with such superlative surfaces, making this a memorable offering. Destined for an advanced type or date collection. Pop 25; 12 finer at NGC. Estimate Value $7,500 - UP
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Lot 821
1838. Browning 1, Rarity 1. PCGS graded MS-64. The centers are nice and bold. Violet and deep blue colors around obverse rims while the reverse is mostly white. A great coin for a type set and this is the final year of issue of the Capped Bust quarters, as the Liberty Seated design was launched in the later portion of 1838 after these Capped Bust quarters were struck and released into circulation. Pop 3; 2 finer for the variety, 1 in 65, 1 in 66. (PCGS # 39015) Estimate Value $4,000 - UP
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Lot 822
1840-O. No Drapery. NGC graded MS-65. Old time golden toning with deeper russet accents near the rims. The strike is fairly sharp save for a touch of softness on Liberty's head, as nearly always seen on this issue. The surfaces show incredible preservation. On this particular coin, the O mintmark is placed somwehat right of the R in QUAR, on many others the mintmark is located above AR of that word. Given how splendid this coin is, and its illustrious pedigree, we anticipate strong bidding when it crosses the auction block. Pop 2; 1 finer in 67 Star. Estimate Value $20,000 - UP
Ex Eliasberg Collection.
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Lot 823
1841. PCGS graded MS-64. Natural mottled violet toning on both sides with a decent strike and super clean surfaces. A lot of eye appeal for the grade assigned. Pop 8; 3 finer, 2 in 65, 1 in 66. (PCGS # 5399) Estimate Value $2,000 - 2,400
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Lot 824
1858. NGC graded Proof 66. Lovely blue, lilac and teal toning on both sides. The strike is formidable, as expected for a Proof, with each of the radials crisp on the stars, and all of Liberty's hair curls well rounded by the dies. The eagle shows all his wing feathers, and the shield lines are deep and well formed. A gorgeous coin and condition rarity at this lofty grade level. Only 300 struck. Pop 7; 8 finer at NGC, 5 in 66 Cameo, 1 in 66+ Cameo, 2 in 67. Estimate Value $7,000 - 8,000
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Lot 825
1859. NGC graded Proof 65. Lovely blue reverse and golden toning which favors the obverse. Classic reflectivity in the fields offsets the frosted devices. Boldly impressed and a charming example of this early proof issue. A coin with strong visual appeal. Only 800 struck. Pop 21; 32 finer at NGC. Estimate Value $2,500 - 2,600
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Lot 826
1872. NGC graded MS-66. A sharply struck gem with gorgeous rainbow toning of deep aqua blue surrounding with orange russet centers on both sides. While highly appealing for the color alone, the high technical grade adds to the desirability too. A condition rarity this nice, and worthy of the most advanced date collection. Pop 2; 1 finer in 67. Estimate Value $7,500 - UP
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Lot 827
1873. Arrows. PCGS graded Proof 67. Lovely deep rainbow toning on both sides with flashy yellow shades at the rims, deepening to royal blue through the stars and legends, then fading to a more elegant lilac gold at the centers. A rarity for the Arrows at the date, issued only in 1873 and 1874 with the Motto reverse, hence prized by tye and date collectors alike. None really exceed this magestic superb gem technically, but one other has the Cameo contrast. Only 540 struck. Pop 1; 1 finer in 67 Cameo. (PCGS # 5574) Estimate Value $17,000 - UP
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Lot 828
1873. Arrows. PCGS graded Proof 65. Rainbow toning on the obverse wihich includes light gold, lolac and antique gray. The reverse is gorgeous with Cameo effects of a vibrant white center and framed in deep blue to the rim. Only 540 struck and a sought after type coin with the Arrows at the date. Pop 14; 13 finer at PCGS. (PCGS # 5574) Estimate Value $4,200 - 4,400
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Lot 829
1873. Arrows. PCGS graded Proof 65. Even toning on both sides of deeper gray with lilac and sunset overtones. Fully struck and sharp, with well mirrored fields and frosted devices. A handsome example of this challenging Proof issue. Only 540 struck. Pop 14; 13 finer at PCGS. (PCGS # 5574) Estimate Value $4,200 - 4,400
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Lot 830
1874. Arrows. PCGS graded Proof 64. Mostly white with a touch of delicate golden gray over the sulver surfaces. Fairly sharp and pleasing for the satiny frost on the devices, and a classic near gem proof for the collector. Only 850 struck (PCGS # 5575) Estimate Value $1,700 - 1,800
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Lot 831
1874-S. Arrows. PCGS graded MS-66. Boldly struck with nice even gold toning on both sides with a couple of deeper toning accents near the rims. The strike is sharp for this San Francisco issue. Scarce this nice and rare any finer. Pop 34; 7 finer, 2 in 66+, 5 in 67. (PCGS # 5495) Estimate Value $4,200 - 4,400
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Lot 832
1875. PCGS graded Proof 65. CAC. PQ. Lovely toning on both sides. Only 700 struck. Pop 11; 22 finer at PCGS. (PCGS # 5576) Estimate Value $1,200 - 1,300
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$1,680
Lot 833
1878-S. PCGS graded MS-65+. CAC. PQ. A white gem that offers blazing luster and creamy frost on the devices. Examination finds little to distract the eye, as the surfaces show only the tiniest signs of contact. A condition rarity that is certain to satisfy the discriminating numismatist. Although 140,000 pieces are reported to have been struck in San Francisco that year, this issue seems much rarer than this number would suggest. Pop 1; 2 finer in 66. (PCGS # 5510) Estimate Value $11,000 - UP
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Lot 834
1893-S. PCGS graded MS-65. A splendid boldly struck gem exhibiting lovely sea-green and lavender hues on both sides. The strike is quite sharp, right down to the eagles' claws, areas that are commonly poorly struck up on these, but not so here, all is crisp and bold. A tough issue to find this well preserved and espescially so attractive. Pop 9; 9 finer at PCGS. (PCGS # 5606) Estimate Value $3,000 - 3,300
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Lot 835
1894. PCGS graded MS-66+. CAC. PQ. Well struck and nicely toned with somewhat variagated russet and orange-gold. The strike is bold and the surfaces are outstanding for an early Barber quarter. Pop 3; 1 finer in 67+. (PCGS # 5607) Estimate Value $3,000 - UP
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Lot 836
1894-O. NGC graded MS-66. An outstanding gem example exhibiting deep natural sunset toning on both sides, with deeper blue around the rims, fading to brighter russet gold at the centers over lustrous fields. The eye appeal is strong on this tough New Orleans date. Pop 6; 2 finer, 1 in 66 Star, 1 in 67. Estimate Value $2,500 - 3,000
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Lot 837
1895. PCGS graded Proof 64 Cameo. Nicely toned on both sides. Only 880 struck. Pop 14; 54 finer at PCGS for PRCA. (PCGS # 85681) Estimate Value $700 - 750
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$660
Lot 838
1896-S. PCGS graded MS-64. A white coin with semi reflective fields. A popular key date with a modest mintage of 188,039 pieces. Of course, most survivors are found in very low grades, and demand for those is high as collectors desire to complete their sets. Here is a stellar 1896-S quarter, one which offers near gem surfaces, strong luster and abundant eye appeal. For the Barber quarter specialist, this quality of this date and mint one of the hallmarks of any advanced collection. A coin of this calliber will certainly command attention anywhere it is shown. Pop 12; 13 finer, 8 in 65, 2 in 65+, 3 in 66. (PCGS # 5615) Estimate Value $19,000 - 20,000
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Lot 839
1898. PCGS graded Proof 65 Cameo. CAC. PQ. A white Gem Cameo Proof. Only 735 struck. Pop 5; 63 finer at PCGS for Proof Cameo and Deep Cameo. (PCGS # 85684) Estimate Value $1,400 - UP
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Lot 840
1898-O. PCGS graded MS-66. Lovely rainbow toning of deep peripheral blue framing the rich golden centers. We note that the strike is sharp throughout, and this is a somewhat better date, as are most of the mintmarked issues from the 1890s. A fantastic example for the date specialist who appreciates eye appeal and quality. This is one of the finer examples certified by PCGS. Pop 6; 5 finer, 3 in 66+, 1 in 68, 1 in 68+. (PCGS # 5620) Estimate Value $8,000 - 9,000
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$7,800
Lot 841
1901-O. NGC graded MS-64. Satiny mint luster, untoned. Pop 6; 6 finer, 5 in 65,1 in 66. Estimate Value $2,000 - 2,400
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Lot 842
1913. PCGS graded MS-65. CAC. PQ. Nice original toning and boldly struck. Pop 31; 11 finer at PCGS. (PCGS # 5664) Estimate Value $1,500 - 1,600
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Lot 843
1913-D. NGC graded MS-67. A well struck superb gem example. Delicate pastel toning on both sides, but mostly bright silver overall. The surfaces are amazing to study, with nary a nick or tick to be found, making this one of the absolute finest certified of this date and mint. Pop 2; tied for the finest examples graded at both services. Estimate Value $4,000 - UP
Ex Eliasberg Collection.
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Lot 844
1913-S. PCGS graded VG-8. CAC. Popular key date. Only 40,000 struck (PCGS # 5666) Estimate Value $1,500 - 1,600
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$1,830
Lot 845
1914. NGC graded Proof 68. Lovely rainbow toning from rims on both sides, but particularly deeper and more attractive on the obverse. The reverse is framed in deep blue, while the center is bright white over the eagle. Strong technical quality for any date proof, and this one is far finer than usually seen. Only 380 struck. Pop 7; 5 finer, 2 in 68 Cameo, 3 in 68 Star. Estimate Value $6,000 - UP
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Lot 846
1914. NGC graded Proof 68. A pristine gem of perfection! Further enhanced by the intense midnight iridescent colors on both sides. A coin with abundant eye appeal as well as outstanding surface quality. A low mintage date as well in proof. Only 380 struck. Pop 7; 5 finer, 2 in 68 Cameo, 3 in 68 Star. Estimate Value $6,000 - UP
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Lot 847
1914. NGC graded MS-67. A super gem example with pale violet and russet toning, deeper at the rims, lighter to the centers. Well struck and attractive in every way. Pop 2; tied for the finest examples graded at NGC. Estimate Value $4,000 - 4,500
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Lot 848
1915-D. NGC graded MS-65+. Old time toning. Pop 2; 31 finer at NGC. Estimate Value $800 - 850
Ex Eric P. Newman Collection; Ex "Col." E.H.R. Green Collection.
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$504
Lot 849
1936. PCGS graded Proof 63. Slightly toned and choice. A tough early proof to find nice. Only 3,837 struck (PCGS # 5975) Estimate Value $475 - 500
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$432
Lot 850
1993-D. NGC graded MS-67. A white gem. Pop 42. None finer at NGC. Estimate Value $800 - 900
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Lot 851
1795. A over E in "STATES". Overton-113. NGC graded AU-55. A marvelous example remarkably free from marks and defects. Lightly toned in bluish-grey colors that are quite even and attractive on both sides. The surfaces are clean too with no distracting circulation marks. This variety is quite popular for the blundered spelling of STETES initially, then corrected to STATES. Such blunders are known in other denominations, but they are always popular with collectors. Here is one of the nicer examples to survive with this spelling blunder, and a perfect coin to welcome into your advanced collection. Pop 2; tied for the finest examples graded at both services for the variety. Estimate Value $15,000 - UP
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Lot 852
1795. PCGS graded VF-30. CAC. Nice light silver gray toning on both sides. The surfaces are smooth and free of detracting marks, and the strike is sharp. Good curl defintion on Liberty, and the eagle shows much of the original feather definition on his wings. A solid representative of this important and challenging type coin. The vast majority of 1795 half dollars circulated down to grades of Very Good or lower, so a nice Very Fine coin like this is a real treat to examine and own (PCGS # 6052) Estimate Value $4,500 - 5,000
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$4,080
Lot 853
1806. Pointed 6, No Stem. Overton-109a, Rarity 4. PCGS graded EF-40. Nice dark old time toning on both sides. Pop 4; 4 finer for the variety, 2 in 45, 1 in 53, 1 in 58. (PCGS # 39311) Estimate Value $1,400 - 1,500
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$990
Lot 854
1806, 6 over 5. Overton-101, Rarity 3. PCGS graded Fine-12. CAC. PQ. Light old time toning. Pop 3; 21 finer at PCGS for the variety. (PCGS # 39296) Estimate Value $400 - 450
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$384
Lot 855
1811. Small 8. PCGS graded AU-58. CAC. PQ. A frosty coin (PCGS # 6097) Estimate Value $1,700 - UP
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Lot 856
1818. PCGS graded MS-65. A nice sharp strike throughout with lovely sunset toning encircling the borders on both sides. The surfaces are satin smooth and show just a few stray marks from an even higher grade. For identification, there is a minor bagmark located just above the eagle's head in the small field. Top condition like this is always in feverish collector demand, especially for on any Capped Bust half dollar dated prior to 1820. Pop 6; 7 finer, 5 in 66, 1 in 66+, 1 in 67. (PCGS # 6113) Estimate Value $10,000 - UP
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Lot 857
1820, 20 over 19. Curl base 2. PCGS graded MS-63. O-102. This is an elegant example of this intriguing overdate. The engraver had a most difficult time hiding the 1 beneath the 2, and even more trouble with the obvious 9 below the 0! One has to wonder why they bothered updating the die to reflect the current year when in other instances in this era we know that coins were struck using dies dated a year or two prior to the current year for coinage. Nevertheless, this creates a wonderful opportunity to collect these handsome coins, especially when found at the Choice grade level. Here is a memorable offering for the date, or overdate specialist! Don't miss out. Nicely toned and well struck. Pop 9; 5 finer, 1 in 63+, 3 in 64, 1 in 65. (PCGS # 6126) Estimate Value $9,000 - 10,000
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Lot 858
1823. O-108a. SEGS graded AU-55 Details - Cleaned. Our grade AU-50, Cleaned. Estimate Value $350 - 400
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$480
Lot 859
1826. NGC graded MS-65. Boldly struck with glittering frosty mint luster enriched with a touch of light golden toning on both sides. A highly appealing example of this date which offers bold appeal, booming luster and enough toning to please the specialists eye. Pop 115; 28 finer at NGC. Estimate Value $4,000 - 4,500
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Lot 860
1828. NGC graded AU-53. Boldly struck with nice original cabinet toning. Estimate Value $400 - 450
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Lot 861
1830. Small 0. Overton-101, Rarity 1. PCGS graded MS-65. CAC. Lovely multi-colorful toning which favors the top of the obverse and lower portion of the reverse, thus the other areas show only light toning and abundant luster. The strike is sharp, but what really sets this coin apart is the fabulous surface quality. Rarely are the Capped Bust half dollars found at the Gem grade level, and here is one that is solid for the grade assinged. Pop 1; 1 finer in 66 for the variety. (PCGS # 39810) Estimate Value $6,500 - UP
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Lot 862
1834. NGC graded MS-65. Well struck with lovely even natural antique toning on both sides. Estimate Value $4,500 - 5,000
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Lot 863
1834. Small Date and Letters. Overton-114, Rarity 1. NGC graded MS-65. A stunning gem example shimmering with luster and a blending of vivid rainbow colors on both sides. The surfaces are amazing too, but the colorful toning really wins the day here. Pop 1; the finest example graded at both services for the variety. Estimate Value $3,500 - UP
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Lot 864
1834. Small date and letters. PCGS graded AU-58. Lightly toned on the obverse (PCGS # 6166) Estimate Value $400 - 450
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$432
Lot 865
  A lot of Capped Bust Half Dollars. From 1810 to 1834, a nice group. Coins will grade AG to VG. Lot of 21 coins. Estimate Value $800 - 900
From The Fullerton Coin Shop.
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$1,260
Lot 866
  A lot of Bust Half Dollars. Coins range from 1814/3 thru 1837. Includes a few better varieties. Coins range from VG to XF. This lot should be reviewed prior to bidding. Estimate Value $750 - UP
From an East Coast coin shop.
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$1,080



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