Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 112

September 1-4, 2019 Pre Long Beach Auction


Regular Copper Sale
 
 
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Lot 308
Spain. 2 Reales, 1722-F (Segovia). NGC graded MS-62. KM-297. Philip V. Crowned arms. Reverse; Cross with castles and lion in angles in octolobe. Silvery brilliant mint luster. Listed in the Red Book under Foreign Issues used in the New World during the colonial time. Estimate Value $750 - 800
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Lot 309
Spain. 2 Reales, 1723-A (Madrid). NGC graded MS-64+. KM-296. Philip V. Crowned arms. Reverse; Cross with castles and lion in angles in octolobe. Silvery brilliant mint luster. Listed in the Red Book under Foreign Issues used in the New World during the colonial time. Estimate Value $800 - 900
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Lot 310
Chile. 8 Escudos, 1776-So DA. NGC graded VF-30. Fr-15; KM-27. Carlos (Charles) III, 1759-1788. Santiago mint, Assayer, DA. Obverse; Bust of King right. Reverse; Arms in Order chain. Trace of luster. Listed in the Red Book under Foreign Issues used in the New World during the colonial time. Popular "1776" dated coin. Estimate Value $2,100 - 2,300
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Lot 311
1783 Washington token. "UNITY STATES". PCGS graded AU-58. Nice brown toning. Pop 16; 11 finer at PCGS. (PCGS # 689) Estimate Value $350 - 400
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$384
Lot 312
  Pair of 1783 Washington Colonial Coppers. Includes a 1783 Washington Unity Cent Breen-1188 NGC VF Details Reverse Scratched (steel brown and chocolate with a few old scratches at the top of the reverse), and a 1783 Washington & Independence Large Military Bust Breen-1203 NCS AU Details Environmental Damage (this piece is smooth chocolate brown with an uneven coat of Care or similar oil-based protectant). The date and legends are clear on both pieces. Lot of 2 slabbed coins. Estimate Value $300 - UP
Both are from Heritage Auctions 3/27/2010, lots 7026 & 7028 (lot tickets included).
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$192
Lot 313
1787 Fugio Cent Newman 18-U Rariy-4 NGC VF Details Bent. A STATES UNITED variety. Glossy medium brown and light chocolate. The surfaces are a bit uneven but not corroded, and there is no verdigris. There is a subtle bend in the planchet, a thin lamination through the base of the sundial over the M in MIND, and another minor planchet fissure that meanders across the first 3 digits of the date. The date and legends are complete and easily readable. LDS showing strong die clashmarks on the reverse. Estimate Value $175 - UP
Ex Goldbergs 6/5/2016:42 (lot ticket included).
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$384
Lot 314
  Group of 10 Half Cents 1803-1833 AG to Fine. Average grade is VG. Some are slightly sharper with defects but all have a readable date. Good mix of dates; six are draped bust type. Inspection recommended. Lot of 10 coins. Estimate Value $200 - UP
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$408
Lot 315
  Group of 5 Half Cents, 1804-1829, grading F15 to VF20. Includes 1804 with Spiked Chin (2 examples), 1805 Stemless Wreath, 1806 Stemless Wreath, and 1829. A couple are slightly sharper with minor defects but all have nice glossy brown and chocolate surfaces. Inspection recommended. Lot of 5 coins. Estimate Value $400 - UP
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$456
Lot 316
1804 C-13 R1 Stemless Wreath AU50+. Glossy olive brown and dark chocolate. Smooth and quite nice for the grade, close to AU55. The only mark is a small nick on the rim left of the lowest curl. Just a light touch of friction on the highest points of the devices. MDS. Estimate Value $500 - UP
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$528
Lot 317
  Quartet of Half Cents, 1804-1833, grading EF45 to AU55. Average grade is AU50. Includes 1804 C-13 Stemless Wreath, 1826 C-1, 1828 C-3, and 1833 C-1. A nice group. Lot of 4 coins. Estimate Value $500 - UP
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$630
Lot 318
1809/6 C-5 R1 Overdate 9 over Inverted 9 AU58+. The obverse is lustrous chocolate brown and steel with ample mint red showing in protected areas; the reverse is a frosty slightly darker shade of chocolate brown and olive with light bluish steel overtones. The only "defect" is a very thin layer of crud covering the fields on the reverse and dulling the mint luster on that side. The obverse is choice mint state with outstanding luster and eye appeal. M-LDS, Manley state 2.0 late. The undertype inverted 9 is clear. Estimate Value $600 - UP
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$630
Lot 319
  Pair of Slabbed Half Cents, 1829 and 1856. Includes 1829 C-1 PCGS graded MS62 Brown (our grade AU50), and 1856 C-1 ANACS graded MS60 (our grade EF45). The 1829 is frosty light brown, the 1856 is dark bluish steel and may have been retoned. Inspection recommended. Lot of 2 slabbed coins. Estimate Value $400 - UP
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$324
Lot 320
1834 C-1 R1 MS63. Frosty medium olive brown and chocolate with some lighter reddish steel brown toning faded down from mint color in protected areas on both sides. The surfaces are flawless, free of any spots, stains, or contact marks. MDS with die clashmarks on both sides. Estimate Value $375 - UP
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$216
Lot 321
1835 C-2 R1 MS60. Lustrous light olive and bluish steel with generous traces of mint color showing on both sides. The only mark is a long, thin nick or planchet void on the cheek. Otherwise satiny and choice. LDS with an arcing die crack across the reverse. Estimate Value $400 - UP
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$192
Lot 322
  Trio of Half Cents, 1849-1853, grading AU50. Includes 1849, 1850, and 1853. All are close to mint state sharpness but were recolored or have a few contact marks. Inspection recommended. Lot of 3 coins. Estimate Value $450 - UP
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$630
Lot 323
  Quartet of Half Cents, 1851-1857, grading AU50 to AU58. Includes 1851, 1854, 1855, and 1857. A couple are slightly sharper with some contact marks. All are frosty medium brown and chocolate and a couple show traces of mint color. Inspection recommended. Lot of 4 coins. Estimate Value $650 - UP
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$630
Lot 324
1855 C-1 R1 MS62. Lustrous golden light greenish olive. The notable marks are a dull rim nick at star 5 and a spot of dark toning under the second S in STATES. E-MDS. The obverse fields are satiny but the fine die line to the right top of the M in AMERICA is still faintly visible. Estimate Value $325 - UP
Ex 1991 EAC Sale 4/27/1991:56-Carvin Goodridge-Goodridge Estate, McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Goldbergs 9/2/2012:369 (includes the Goodridge collection envelope and both lot tickets).
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$192
Lot 325
1793 Chain Cent Basal State-1. Slightly glossy dark steel and olive brown. The surfaces are covered with fine roughness and there are traces of glue or some similar substance on the obverse. The only notable mark is a rim bruise at the top of the reverse. The date and legends are gone but the outline of the portrait is reasonably clear and the links of the chain are essentially complete. There is too much wear to be certain of the die variety. Not pretty but it is a Chain Cent. Estimate Value $700 - UP
Ex Ed Nowak 1/1985-Bob LaForme (includes the LaForme collection envelope).
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$840
Lot 326
1793 S-8 R3 Wreath Cent, Vine & Bars Edge PCGS Genuine. Sharpness VF20 or better but corroded with specks of greenish verdigris on both sides. The only contact marks worthy of note are a dig on the cheek and a rim bruise right of the bust tip. Chocolate brown and darker olive with some medium brown toning on the reverse. MDS with a diagonal die crack through the center dot on the reverse. The 3 is the only digit in the date that remains visible but the remainder of the legends are complete and easily readable. Our grade is net G4. Estimate Value $700 - UP
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Lot 327
1793 S-9 R2 Wreath Cent, Vine & Bars Edge VG8+. Slightly sharper but very fine roughness covers the fields and protected areas on both sides while the highpoints are smooth. No verdigris and the only notable mark is a dull, shallow mark on the rim before the chin. Rather glossy chocolate brown and olive with slightly lighter steel brown toning on the devices. EDS, Breen state I, before any die cracks on the reverse. The date and legends are clear. Estimate Value $3,000 - UP
Ex Chris McCawley 5/9/2008.
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$3,240
Lot 328
1793 S-9 R2 Wreath Cent, Vine & Bars Edge G4. Glossy medium chocolate brown delicately mottled with some lighter brown on the obverse. The surfaces are smooth, especially so considering the amount of wear, and there are no notable marks. Basically a choice but heavily worn Wreath Cent. LDS with die cracks and heavy swelling under ERICA. The date is easily readable although the bottom of the date is fading into the rim, and the legends are readable except for the elements in the swollen area under ERICA due to the die failure in that area. Estimate Value $1,250 - UP
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$2,040
Lot 329
1794 S-25 R3 VG8. Sharpness F15 or better but burnished for an unknown reason because the surfaces appear to have been smooth anyway. Retoned glossy dark olive brown and steel with lighter steel brown toning on the highpoints. MDS with die clashmarks on both sides but no die crack on the reverse. Softly struck along the bottom edge of the reverse but everything else is nicely impressed. The date is strong. Estimate Value $400 - UP
Ex R. J. Rudolph Collection.
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Lot 330
1794 S-65 R1 VG8. Glossy olive brown and chocolate with slightly lighter toning on the devices. The surfaces appear smooth but a glass reveals extremely faint roughness in the fields and protected areas. No verdigris and the only notable marks are a dull scrape at the 94 and a few tiny scratches at the B in LIBERTY. Otherwise the details suggest a slightly higher grade. E-MDS, Breen state V, with a fine die crack down the left side of the second S in STATES and swelling at ICA and inside the wreath. Struck slightly off center to K-1.5. The date is clear in spite of the minor scrape in that area. Estimate Value $600 - UP
Ex Chris McCawley 5/9/2008.
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$552
Lot 331
  Group of 7 Early Cents, 1795 to 1798, grading Fair to VG. Average grade is AG to Good. Includes 1795 Plain Edge (2 pieces), 1796 Liberty Cap, and 1798 (4 pieces). Some are sharper with defects and most have an easily readable date. Inspection recommended. Lot of 7 coins. Estimate Value $400 - UP
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$600
Lot 332
1796 S-81 R3 Liberty Cap F12. Sharpness near VF30 but dark and covered with fine granularity under slightly glossy dark olive brown and steel toning. The only mark is a light diagonal scratch in the field left of the lower curls, and it blends perfectly into the toning. Sharply struck EDS, Breen state I, before any die cracks. ONE CENT is fully struck, which is unusual on this variety. In addition the planchet has a diameter of 30.5 millimeters, significantly larger than the normal 28.5mm. Breen mentioned seeing one example with this exact diameter (his large cent encyclopedia, page 273, Remarks section). This might be that coin. Estimate Value $1,200 - UP
Ex Jan Casagrande, 2007 EAC Sale, McCawley & Grellman Auctions 4/28/2007:163-Dr. Allan Pirnique (lot ticket included).
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$1,020
Lot 333
1796 S-81 R3 Liberty Cap VG7. A point or two sharper but the surfaces are covered with microscopic roughness and there are two rim dents: one over the E in LIBERTY and another below the 96. No verdigris. Medium chocolate brown with lighter steel brown toning on the devices and a streak of darker toning across the neck. MDS, Breen state I. The date is strong and the legends are complete except for the usual weakness inside the wreath. Estimate Value $350 - UP
Ex Serge Kalevich (eBay) 7/12/2006.
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$360
Lot 334
1796 S-82 R5 Liberty Cap AG3. Slightly sharper but covered with fine granularity under slightly glossy dark olive brown and steel toning. No verdigris but there are some obvious contact marks including a dull rim nick over the T in LIBERTY and three strong nicks at NITE. EDS, Breen state I, before any clashmarks or bulges. The date is complete and clear. Estimate Value $275 - UP
Ex Dr. Allan Pirnique.
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$240
Lot 335
1796 S-83 R4 Liberty Cap VG8+. Slightly sharper but there is an old, light scratch hidden tight against the profile, and you need a glass to see it. Otherwise there are no notable marks. Rather glossy medium chocolate brown with slightly lighter steel brown toning on the devices. The surfaces are decent but a glass reveals extremely fine roughness in the fields and protected areas. No verdigris. MDS, Breen state II, with a light die crack at ERT in LIBERTY. The date is bold and the legends are complete. Estimate Value $1,500 - UP
Ex Pierre Fricke 8/2014-Dr. Allan Pirnique.
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$900
Lot 336
1796 S-83 R4 Liberty Cap AG3. Several points sharper but covered with fine to moderate roughness. No verdigris. Rather glossy olive with darker olive brown toning in protected areas. The only marks are a few minor rim nicks on both sides, the strongest of these under the bust tip. EDS, Breen state I, with an uncracked obverse. The date is clear and the legends are complete (although some elements are relatively weak). Estimate Value $300 - UP
Ex Spurlock 1/2006-Dr. Allan Pirnique.
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$240
Lot 337
1796 S-84 R3 Liberty Cap F12+. Glossy light olive and chocolate brown mixed with some reddish chocolate on both sides. The surfaces are smooth except for a bit of minor roughness in the field below the cap and over ED in UNITED. The only notable contact mark is a thin, light diagonal nick high on the neck. E-MDS Breen state II, with a faint die crack through the top of OF. The date and legends are all bold. Estimate Value $2,500 - UP
Ex Jon Hanson 9/1971-Robert E. Vail 11/1988-Del Bland-Bob Everett-Gary M. Ruttenberg, McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Superior 6/1/1998:97-Caesar Julian, 2012 EAC Sale, McCawley & Grellman Auctions 5/5/2012:108-Dr. Allan Pirnique (includes the Ruttenberg collection envelope and EAC Sale lot ticket).
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$2,640
Lot 338
1796 S-85 R5- Liberty Cap VG7. Slightly sharper but there are about a dozen small nicks on the obverse; a thin nick between the tops of the R & T in LIBERTY can help identify this cent. Recolored glossy medium chocolate and darker olive brown with lighter steel brown toning on the highpoints. LDS, Breen state II, with a reground reverse that detached the left wreath stem. The date and legends are complete and easily readable although a few elements are a bit weak. Estimate Value $750 - UP
Ex Mark Schwartz 2/17/2012-Dr. George Wilkins, Goldbergs 1/2019:265-Dr. Allan Pirnique (lot ticket included).
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Lot 339
1796 S-85 R5- Liberty Cap Fair-2+. Rather glossy medium chocolate and olive brown mottled with some lighter brown toning on both sides. The highpoints are smooth while the fields and protected areas show minor roughness. No verdigris but there is an obvious horizontal scratch across the obverse. EDS, Breen state I. The wreath stems are strong and complete. The date is weak but easily readable and LIBERTY is strong while about half the legends on the reverse remain visible. Estimate Value $250 - UP
Acquired at a coin show in Hot Springs, AR, 1/2005-Dr. Allan Pirnique.
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Lot 340
1796 S-86 R5 Liberty Cap VF25. Five points sharper with uniform extremely faint granularity covering the planchet. No verdigris, only microscopic contact marks including a tiny rim bruise over the R in LIBERTY, another below the 7, and a thin vertical nick over the O in ONE. Satiny dark olive brown and steel. Nicely struck EDS, Breen state I, before any crumbling at the lips. The date is bold and the legends are strong. A nice example of this rare variety, tied for CC#4. Estimate Value $7,000 - UP
Ex Chris McCawley 8/2014-Dr. Allan Pirnique.
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$5,760
Lot 341
1796 S-87 R3 Liberty Cap G5. Sharpness at least VG10 but covered with fine to moderate granularity. No verdigris but there are some fine scratches hidden in the roughness on the obverse and a thin planchet crease in the dentils left of the fraction. Slightly glossy light to medium olive and steel with darker olive brown in protected areas on the obverse. MDS with obvious swelling that weakens the 6 in the date. Estimate Value $200 - UP
Acquired at a coin show in Hot Springs, AR, 1/2011-Dr. Allan Pirnique.
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$150
Lot 342
1796 S-88 R4 Liberty Cap G6. Rather glossy medium steel brown and chocolate. The surfaces are smooth and this cent has excellent eye appeal for the grade. Just a few trivial contact marks including a thin diagonal nick at the top of the numerator. LDS, Breen state II, with a die crack up the right side of the 7 to the truncation above. The date is bold and the legends are complete except for ONE, which is missing due to the usual weaker strike in that area. Estimate Value $1,800 - UP
Ex Tom Reynolds 5/2015-Dr. Allan Pirnique.
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Lot 343
1796 S-89 R3 Liberty Cap F15. Sharpness VF25 with a few patches of very light roughness on both sides, strongest in the field before the face, plus some faint hairline scratches on the portrait, strongest down from the earlobe. A few specks of very light verdigris can be found in protected places around the eye. Glossy steel brown and chocolate. Nicely struck LDS, Breen state III, with delicate bulges in the field left of the date and over the bust tip. No low spots. The date and legends are bold and ONE CENT is strong. Called VF20 and tied for CC#8 in the Bland census. Noyes says VF25 net F12 and tied for CC#10, photo #24179. Estimate Value $4,500 - UP
Ex consignment "DBG" Stacks 12/1966:794-unknown-Robert E. Matthews, Superior 5/28/1989:226 ($715)-Tom Reynolds and Chris McCawley-Dr. Phil Ralls 5/2/1997-Jack Wadlington (via Bob Grellman & Chris McCawley) 6/30/2005-Daniel W. Holmes, Jr., McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Goldbergs 9/6/2009:144-Dr. Allan Pirnique (includes the Ralls and Holmes collection envelopes, the Wadlington collection notes, and the Matthews and Holmes lot tickets).
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Lot 344
1796 S-90 R5+ Liberty Cap VG8+. Attractive glossy medium steel brown and light chocolate blending to reddish chocolate in protected areas. The surfaces are smooth and the only marks are a couple small rim nicks at the bottom of the reverse plus one more over the T in UNITED. Nicely struck with a strong date and complete legends, although the denominator is relatively weak. Struck with the reverse upset oriented head-to-head rather than head-to-foot (the normal large cent die orientation). This rare variety is usually found in very low grades; this one is clearly above average. At the lower end of the expanded condition census for the variety. Estimate Value $3,500 - UP
Ex Chris McCawley 9/2011-Dr. Allan Pirnique.
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Lot 345
1796 S-91 R3 Liberty Cap VG10. Five points sharper but there are too many light contact marks for the higher grade. The only notable mark is a dull but relatively large rim nick over the first A in AMERICA. Attractive glossy light olive and medium chocolate brown with a small splash of darker chocolate brown toning on the cap. Nicely struck LDS, Breen state VIII, with horizontal waves in the obverse fields. A curved planchet clip affects the dentils under the 796 and the opposing ones over TES in STATES (as struck). The date and legends are all strong. Struck on a relatively thick planchet that weighs 166.5 grains in spite of the planchet clip. Estimate Value $1,200 - UP
Ex McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Goldbergs 1/2014:405-Dr. Allan Pirnique.
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$720
Lot 346
1796 S-103 R4+ LIHERTY Error PCGS graded AG3. Rather glossy medium chocolate with lighter steel brown toning on the devices. No verdigris and the only notable mark is a vertical scratch in the field left of the lower curls. Essentially just a heavily worn cent. The date is easily readable but only the upper half of the digits is still visible, and LIHERTY is complete and clear. About half of the reverse devices are visible, but nothing is strong on that side. Our grade is Fair-2+. The LIHERTY feature is noted on the PCGS label. Estimate Value $325 - UP
Ex Tom Deck 12/3/2014.
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$276
Lot 347
1797 S-133 R5 Stemless Wreath VG7. Close to VG8 but there are some light rim bruises on both sides, the strongest of these under the 97. Nice glossy medium brown and light chocolate. The date is strong and the legends are clear. EDS, Breen state I. The Stemless Wreath feature is obvious to the unaided eye. Estimate Value $600 - UP
Ex Doug Bird-Shawn Yancey 8/13/2008.
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$252
Lot 348
1798 S-146 R5- Style I Hair, Large 8 PCGS graded VG8. Glossy medium chocolate brown and steel. Smooth and problem-free, just worn with minor contact marks, none notable. MDS, Breen state II or later. The dies were lapped to remove die rust and the shoulder loop is gone as are some of the finer hair details at the top of the head. The date is easily readable but the 1 is relatively weak, and the legends are clear except for TES OF, which are faint at best. Our grade is VG7. Estimate Value $500 - UP
Ex Adamski 3/1956-John A. Schreuder-Del Bland 5/27/1970-Jules Reiver, Heritage Auctions 1/24/2006:19360-Clay Everhart-Shawn Yancey 6/16/2008 (includes the Reiver lot ticket and Everhart collection envelope).
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$288
Lot 349
1799 S-189 R2 PCGS Genuine Graffiti. Sharpness G5 or slightly better but there are myriad fine scratches on the obverse, mostly in the fields on either side of the portrait. Small nicks cover both sides and there is some microscopic roughness in the protected areas on the reverse. The color is a decent and slightly glossy medium brown and chocolate blending to darker chocolate brown on the reverse. The date and LIBERTY are well struck and easily readable. The legends on the reverse are readable but some elements are weak, especially UNITED. Our grade is net AG3. The PCGS label incorrectly calls this the 1799/8 overdate. It is the Normal Date variety. Estimate Value $2,000 - UP
Ex Shawn Yancey 9/23/2012.
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$2,640
Lot 350
  Quartet of Cents, 1800-1814. Includes 1800/79 S-192 Style II Hair R3 F12, 1803 S-252 R2 Small Fraction F12, 1803 S-261 R2 Large Fraction VG8, and 1814 S-295 R1 Plain 4 F12. A couple are slightly sharper with minor defects but all have a clear date and legends. Inspection recommended. Lot of 4 coins. Estimate Value $700 - UP
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Lot 351
1801 S-224 R1 NGC graded XF45. Very attractive glossy dark steel brown and chocolate with frosty lighter steel brown and tan in protected areas. The surfaces are smooth and the eye appeal of this cent is excellent, but a glass reveals faint vertical hairline scratches on the face and neck. EDS, Breen state I, before any crumbling on the reverse rim. Our grade is net VF30. Estimate Value $2,000 - UP
Ex Heritage Auctions 11/29/2012:3131.
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$1,680
Lot 352
  Group of 27 Cents, 1802-1812, grading Fair to VG. Average grade is AG-G. Some are sharper with defects but all have a readable date. Inspection recommended. Lot of 27 coins. Estimate Value $550 - UP
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$660
Lot 353
1804 S-266a R4+ NGC graded VG8. Mostly glossy dark chocolate brown and olive with lighter brown toning on the highpoints of the devices. The highpoints are smooth but the fields and protected areas show minor roughness under strong magnification. No verdigris, only small contact marks scattered over both sides. A very tiny pinprick near the dentils before the end of the nose is a good identifying mark. EDS, Breen state I, before any die cracks or cud breaks. The date and legends are complete and clear. Our grade is net VG7. Estimate Value $2,000 - UP
Ex Shawn Yancey 6/16/2008.
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$1,920
Lot 354
1804 S-266a R4+ G6. Slightly sharper but the planchet is covered with very fine roughness and there are a half dozen small spots of raised corrosion on the obverse. The highpoints are smooth and the toning is a slightly glossy chocolate brown and steel with lighter brown toning on the devices. A minor rim bruise opposite the chin is the only notable contact mark. The date and legends are complete and easily readable, although some elements are a bit weak. EDS, Breen state I, before any die cracks or cud breaks. Estimate Value $1,300 - UP
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$930
Lot 355
1805 S-269 R1 Pointed 1 F12. Nice glossy light olive brown and chocolate. No roughness, only a few trivial marks, including a small rim bruise just right of the F in OF and a small rim nick over that F. MDS. Excellent eye appeal for the grade with a strong date and clear legends. Estimate Value $275 - UP
Ex 2009 EAC Sale, McCawley & Grellman Auctions 4/18/2009:192 (lot ticket included).
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$384
Lot 356
1807 S-274 R2 Small Fraction PCGS graded AU55, CAC Approved. Choice medium steel brown and chocolate with frosty lighter brown and tan faded down from mint color in protected areas, especially on the reverse. No roughness, only minor contact marks including a small tick or flake on the throat and a tiny nick on the truncation over the 0 in the date. There are traces of loose dirt in protected areas around some of the devices on both sides and this looks like a cent that has never been brushed or "improved" in any way. Breen die state III with a couple fine die cracks at STA and minor swelling in that area. The obverse is slightly misaligned to K-9 and the bust tip is softly struck as often seen on this variety. Apparently this is a new discovery of the variety and it is not included in the Noyes or Bland census lists. Our grade is EF40+, close to EF45, and CC#3 for the variety. It is slightly finer than the Reynolds example we sold as lot #306 in our 1/31/2016 sale (PCGS AU53, our grade EF40, sold for $54,050). The other PCGS graded AU55 example (our grade EF45) sold as lot #57 in our 2/12/2017 sale where it brought $61,687.50. The attribution is noted on the PCGS label. PCGS population 2; 1 finer in 64BN. Estimate Value $25,000 - UP
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$44,400
Lot 357
1810, 10 over 9. PCGS graded Details of About Uncirculated Scratch. Moderate scratch from forehead to rim and a rim mark or two. Estimate Value $700 - 750
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