Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 4

The Dr. Jon Kardatzke Coin and Currency Collection, Part 1


Colonial Coins
 
 
Lot Photo Description Realized
Lot 1
  1722 Rosa Americana Penny, "UTILE DULCI". Fine-15. Ten points sharper but a couple of scratches on the portrait one of which is very long and some edge defects are noted. Late die states, the surfaces rough and with a lumpy appearance. Dark steel brown.
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$115
Lot 2
  1722 Rosa Americana Twopence, no period after "REX". Fine-12. Sharpness of VF-20 but some edge dents, two obverse scratches, one on the reverse and a couple of dents opposite the chin. Medium brown with a darker area in the upper hair. Nice color and surfaces for the grade and always a popular colonial coin.
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Realized
$311
Lot 3
  1723 Rosa Americana Penny. VF-25. Pleasing medium brown surfaces with traces of a light golden color around many devices. The coin may be an electrotype, it doesn't ring properly and the edge shows layering in the planchet. Certainly one that should be inspected.
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Realized
$219
Lot 4
  1723 Rosa Americana Penny. Good-6. Slightly sharper but the portrait is covered with scratches. Cleaned and retoned to a reddish brown color.
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Realized
$52
Lot 5
  1723 Rosa Americana Penny. Good-5. Defect free glossy black steel brown surfaces from a protective coat of lacquer.
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Realized
$46
Lot 6
  1722 Hibernia Halfpenny, harp at left. EF-45. There is a line like planchet defect in the hair behind the eye. Medium brown in color which is lightly mottled with a darker brown patina.
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$437
Lot 7
  1722 Hibernia Halfpenny, harp at left. VF-30. Excellent medium brown surface with a dark brown area on the reverse.
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Realized
$311
Lot 8
  1723 Hibernia Farthing, "DEI GRATIA REX". AU-50. There is a line-like planchet defect on the shoulder. Five points sharper, but on both sides is some microscopic pitting. Medium chocolate brown and dark olive with traces of mint red on the obverse. An excellent little coin.
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$276
Lot 9
  1723 Hibernia Farthing, "DEI GRATIA REX". AU-50. Almost AU-50 with some planchet defects on the obverse and a line-like lint mark on the reverse. Medium chocolate brown.
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Realized
$276
Lot 10
  1723/22 Hibernia Halfpenny. Fine-12. Sharpness of Very Fine 25 but cleaned and retoned to a dull dark olive which has been rubbed into raw copper on the high points.
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Realized
$127
Lot 11
  1723 Hibernia Halfpenny. EF-45. Sharpness of About Uncirculated 55 but some scratches at IBER. The obverse was struck from heavily rusted dies and exhibits a double profile on the end of the nose, lips, chin and neck. Lovely medium chocolate brown surfaces faded from mint color.
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Realized
$253
Lot 12
  1723 Hibernia Halfpenny. VF-20. Darkish steel brown and quite nice for the grade.
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Realized
$67
Lot 13
  1723 Hibernia Halfpenny. Fine-15. Sharpness of Very Fine-30 but the surfaces are lightly rough, over NR are two edge cuts and through the denticles on the lower right reverse is a scratch. Dull dark steel brown.
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$35
Lot 14
  1723 Hibernia Halfpenny. Fine-12. With a thin line-like planchet defect from the chin. Slightly sharper but some edge dents. Late die state. Medium dark chocolate brown.
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$35
Lot 15
  1773 Virginia Halfpenny, period after "GEORGIVS". MS-60. Glossy light olive steel brown from a light coat of protective wax which is just beginning to wear off on the neck. Well struck and centered and a beautiful coin, the only discoloration being a dark red spot on the lower reverse.
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Realized
$437
Lot 16
  1773 Virginia Halfpenny, period after "GEORGIVS". VF-30. Ten points sharper but some light edge dents. Darkish steel brown.
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Realized
$127
Lot 17
  1773 Virginia Halfpenny, period after "GEORGIVS". Fine-12. A few faint scratches visible under a glass, still nice for the grade. Darkish steel brown.
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Realized
$58
Lot 18
  1773 Virginia Halfpenny, no period after "GEORGIVS". VF-30. A couple of minor edge dents and some minuscule abrasions, all consistent with the grade. Dark chocolate brown.
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Realized
$207
Lot 19
  1760 Hibernia-Voce Populi Halfpenny. VF-25. There are many planchets defects on the obverse. Medium chocolate brown.
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Realized
$207
Lot 20
  1760 Hibernia-Voce Populi Halfpenny. Fine-12. Sharpness of Very Fine 25 but lightly corroded. Mixed dark olive and brown.
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Realized
$109
Lot 21
  1785 Nova Constellation Copper. Blunt rays. Fine-12. Sharpness of Very Fine-25 but the surfaces are uniformly and finely rough with a few tiny nicks and a scratch.
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Realized
$132
Lot 22
  1785 Nova Constellation Copper. Pointed rays. VF-20. Five points sharper but traces of raised corrosion are visible around the wreath and some letters. Medium brown.
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Realized
$690
Lot 23
  1788 Massachusetts Cent. Period after "Massachusetts". VF-30. There is a low area through E in WEALTH obliterating that letter, a planchet defect and low area right of the arrows, a long line-like planchet defect across the lower reverse and a lamination above A. Five points sharper but around some devices are traces of removed dirt and on the upper obverse is a minor edge dent. Darkish steel brown.
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$334
Lot 24
  1788 Massachusetts Cent. Period after "Massachusetts". VF-25. Sharpness of VF-30 but a very small edge nick exists next to a small edge dent with another light edge dent on the same side. Medium steel brown.
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$460
Lot 25
  1788 Massachusetts Cent. Period after "Massachusetts". VF-20. Ryder 2-B. Pleasing medium steel brown surfaces with a couple small almost hidden edge dents. Along the upper left edge of the obverse is a line of excess metal, as struck.
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$345
Lot 26
  1785 Connecticut Copper. Bust facing right. Good-6. There are some light planchet defects. Lightly rough dark steel surfaces with light steel high points.
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Realized
$46
Lot 27
  1786 Connecticut Copper. Mailed bust facing left. Fine-12. Sharpness of VF-20 but lightly and uniformly porous. Glossy dark olive.
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Realized
$311
Lot 28
  1786 Connecticut Copper. Mailed bust facing left. Good-6. Planchet defects on the reverse, one of which bisects the coin. Darkish steel brown with lighter brown high points.
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Realized
$35
Lot 29
  1787 Connecticut Copper. Mailed bust facing left. VG-10. Sharpness of Very Fine 25 but the surfaces are finely rough and some edge dents are noticeable. Medium dark steel tan in color.
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Realized
$63
Lot 30
  1787 Connecticut Copper. Mailed bust facing left. VG-10. Slightly sharper but lightly rough. Dark olive, lighter high points.
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Realized
$69
Lot 31
  1787 Connecticut Copper. Mailed bust facing left. VG-10. Sharpness of Very Fine-25 but finely porous. Cleaned now a medium steel tan with reddish tones on the reverse.
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$40
Lot 32
  1788 Connecticut Copper. Mailed bust facing right. VF-25. There is a low area along the upper left obverse rim obliterating a portion of CTORI and some small planchet defects on the upper left reverse. Sharpness of Very Fine-35 but some light raised corrosion mostly in the upper right obverse field, and a small pit mark below C. Darkish steel brown.
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Realized
$437
Lot 33
  1788 Connecticut Copper. Mailed bust facing right. VG-8. A large deep planchet defect behind the head and one on the left edge of the reverse. Medium dark steel brown.
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Realized
$81
Lot 34
  1786 New Jersey Copper. Wide shield, bridle variety. VF-25. Nearly completely free from defects. Dark olive brown with lighter brown high points. Exceptional for the grade.
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Realized
$437
Lot 35
  1787 New Jersey Copper. Shield outlined. VF-20. Electrotype. Narrow Shield. Sharper but finely porous. Glossy dark olive.
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Realized
$58
Lot 36
  1787 New Jersey Copper New Jersey. AG-3 heavily damaged edge. Also Washington Double Head Cent VG-8, Washington 1783 Georgius Triumpho G-4 and Washington 1783 Large Military Bust Fine 12. Lot of 4 coins.
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$161
Lot 37
  1786 Vermont Copper. "Vermontensium" landscape piece. Fine-12. With a planchet defect through the edge. Sharpness of Very Fine-30 but corrosion through S PU obliterating most of those letters, a long scratch below ERMO, a small dent below B, a small edge dent and some roughness on both sides, most noticeable on the right reverse. Well struck. Dark steel brown, lighter brown high points.
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Realized
$690
Lot 38
  1781 North American Token. VG-10. Medium brown, marred only by two small scratches.
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Realized
$46
Lot 39
  (c.1785) Bar "Copper". VF-30. Electrotype. With a small planchet defect on the edge. Sharper but finely porous. Dark olive.
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Realized
$52
Lot 40
  (c.1792-1794) Kentucky Token Cent. Plain edge. EF-45. Marred only by some microscopic roughness on the reverse. Mixed medium dark olive and golden brown.
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Realized
$414
Lot 41
  (c.1792-1794) Kentucky Token Cent. Lettered edge, "LANCASTER". AU-50. A couple small planchet defects on each side. Under a glass a nick and a couple hairline scratches become visible. Medium and golden brown faded from mint red.
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Realized
$288
Lot 42
  1794 Talbot, Allum & Lee Token Cent. With NEW YORK. VF-20. Slightly sharper but four small edge dents and traces of light raised corrosion around many devices. Medium dark steel brown.
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$115
Lot 43
  1795 Talbot, Allum & Lee Token Cent with full portholes. EF-45. Well struck with full portholes on the ship. Not rare but a lovely medium light chocolate brown example.
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Realized
$391
Lot 44
  1795 Talbot, Allum & Lee Token Cent. VF-35. Sharpness of About Uncirculated-55 but cleaned to an orange color which is just beginning to tone down. Both sides exhibit many small carbon spots. Could be improved.
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Realized
$144
Lot 45
  1783 Georgius Triumpho Token. Fine-12. A very nice example of a late die state. Medium light brown.
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Realized
$138
Lot 46
  1783 Washington Token. Small military bust, engrailed edge. Sharpness of VF-20. Slightly porous. Nice chocolate color but some chops and bruises, which are not unusual for this. The special lucite case is neat!
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Realized
$63
Lot 47
  1783 Washington Token. Draped bust, no button. VF-25. On the obverse is a small rim nick and between T and E in UNITED is an edge dent. Other relatively unimportant abrasions are visible on both sides. Dark chocolate brown.
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Realized
$86
Lot 48
  1783 Washington Token. "UNITY STATES". EF-45. With a long line-like planchet lamination on the lower obverse and striation lines at NGTON and at the entire legend, the latter being much heavier. Dark chocolate brown.
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Realized
$201
Lot 49
  (c.1783) Washington Token Double Head Cent. VF-25. Nice surfaces and a pleasing medium brown color.
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Realized
$138
Lot 50
  (c.1783) Washington Token Double Head Cent. VF-20. Five points sharper but cleaned long ago and nicely retoned to a medium dark steel and tan color. On one side is an edge dent and some well hidden small nicks.
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Realized
$115



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