Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 5

The Dr. Jon Kardatzke Coin Collection, Parts 2 and 3


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Lot 90
  1882 Indian Head Cent. MS-63 Red & Brown. A reddish brown cherry which could go Gem.
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$196
Lot 91
  1883 Indian Head Cent. MS-63 Red & Brown. Mostly red with a touch of brown toning, real clean surfaces, and sure to delight many observers.
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$115
Lot 92
  1884 Indian Head Cent. MS-63 Red & Brown. A little streaky but mostly brick red.
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$115
Lot 93
  1885 Indian Head Cent. Proof 63 Brown. A spot on the back. Mostly brick-red faded to brown. Reflective but not glittery surfaces.
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$138
Lot 94
  1885 Indian Head Cent. MS-63 Red and Brown. Reddish gold, about 90% lustrous color.
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$276
Lot 95
  1886 Indian Head Cent. AU-55. First variety. Reddish brown and just a hint of rub, but it has a few small carbon spots.
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$92
Lot 96
  1887 Indian Head Cent. Proof 63 Red & Brown. More red than brown, a hairline or two, and quite nice.
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$322
Lot 97
  1888 Indian Head Cent. Proof 64 Red. A bright coin with a faint fingerprint on the obverse.
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$863
Lot 98
  1888 Indian Head Cent. Proof 63 Brown. A Gem except for some flyspecks all over the reverse (probably removable, they seem light enough). The color is a medium brown enhanced by gorgeous greenish lilac iridescence.
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$150
Lot 99
  1892 Indian Head Cent. Proof 61 Brown. A hint of faint red still shows, as do numerous fine hairlines.
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$86
Lot 100
  1894 Indian Head Cent. Proof 61 Red & Brown. Glittering mirrors, nice color, no carbon or other trouble.
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$196
Lot 101
  1898 Indian Head Cent. Proof 61 Red & Brown. Elegant gold color with a bit of haze around the Indian's head, which some expert can surely take care of.
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$161
Lot 102
  1899 Indian Head Cent. Proof 65 Red. An elegant Gem Proof with bright golden mirrors and only some slightly faded red toning on the portrait.
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$719
Lot 103
  1900 Indian Head Cent. MS-65 Red. A bright gem specimen with a hint of delicate light rainbow toning.
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$575
Lot 104
  1900 Indian Head Cent. PCGS graded MS-64 Red. Old PCGS holder. A fiery golden red Gem with a full strike. Some microscopic carbon flecks on the reverse. No marks anywhere.
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$121
Lot 105
  1900 Indian Head Cent. Proof 63 Red & Brown. An elegant Choice Proof with glittery mirrors, delightful golden green iridescent toning on top of red fields, and only very tiny carbon flecks.
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$288
Lot 106
  1902 Indian Head Cent. Proof 63 Red & Brown. An unusual color, bright pinkish gold with some greenish hues. This is a nice Proof.
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$161
Lot 107
  1902 Indian Head Cent. Proof 63 Red & Brown. Lots of "red and brown" bronzes and coppers should properly be called "brown and red." But not his one. It's nearly full red, golden mauve in reality, and its surfaces are lovely.
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$207
Lot 108
  1903 Indian Head Cent. Proof 61 Cleaned. Starting to recolor itself to a reddish gold. A long scratch on the Indian's cheek.
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$81
Lot 109
  1905 Indian Head Cent. Proof 64 Red & Brown. The true original color of most nice late-date Indian Proofs. Deep golden red with nice mirrors. About 85% red.
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$311
Lot 110
  1906 Indian Head Cent. MS-65 Red. A blazer that boasts full mint color with only slight softening towards yellow gold toning. A glass locates few signs of handling on this gem.
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$288
Lot 111
  1906 Indian Head Cent. Proof 63 Red &Brown. Medium red with some tan, no problems.
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$121
Lot 112
  1908-S Indian Head Cent. MS-62 Red & Brown. Especially nice for a 63, about half and half speckly red and brown. A good 'un!
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$161
Lot 113
  1908-S Indian Head Cent. Both grade Fine-15. A popular pair that is needed by many collectors. These didn't circulate widely and most date sets never obtain either of these San Francisco Indians. Both are toned a medium and natural brown color, and will find happy homes in a date set that needs these. Lot of 2 coins.
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$299
Lot 114
  1908-S Indian Head Cents. A group of 8 coins. Grades are Very Good and better, some are cleaned. Here is a lot for the copper buff, a couple that need to be recolored, the others original. A scarce date that should sell quickly in this collector driven market that has emerged recently. Lot of 8 coins.
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$288
Lot 115
  1909-S Indian Head Cent. EF-40. A small cut on the face, but otherwise this is a glossy brown beauty.
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$368
Lot 116
  Indian Head Cents, 1857 to 1909, three partial sets. Missing all of the key dates, and most of the semi-keys. 3 partial sets mounted in three different albums. Grades range from Cull to Very Fine with a group of miscellaneous dates included to put into the albums. Lot of 179 pieces.
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$242
Lot 117
  Indian Head Cents group. Common late dates, including a Red & Brown Unc. or two. In an old Library of Coins album. Total of 16 coins.
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$242
Lot 118
  Indian Head Cents partial set. Common dates plus an 1864-L, 1865, 1866, 1875, 1878, 1908-S and 1909-S. Grades average Fine or better. Worth a look, some pleasing pieces here! Total of 29 coins.
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$460
Lot 119
  1909 Lincoln Cent. VDB. A group of 64 original brilliant Uncirculated specimens sold as one lot. Each is a golden beauty. Total of 64 coins.
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$1,438
Lot 120
  1909-S Lincoln Cent. VDB. AU-58. Choice light brown in color and well struck. The key date to the Lincoln cent series, always in demand and always expensive. This one is nearly new and has been housed in an album for years.
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$644
Lot 121
  1909-S Lincoln Cent. VDB. EF-45. This coin is simply perfect for the grade, totally problem free, original medium brown in color, and with fully struck devices. Probably one that was put away soon after the issue, then held in an album for many years. Perhaps its time for you to finally put this rarity in your collection, here is the perfect coin for a high grade set. Hints of red are noted under the brown toning.
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$633
Lot 122
  1909-S Lincoln Cent. VDB. EF-45. Light brown in color and with some luster in the fields. Boldly impressed by the dies, and one of only 484,000 struck, most of which circulated to low grades or were lost altogether. If you have been looking for a really choice circulated example of this date, then examine this piece and bid accordingly if you want to capture this prize.
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$546
Lot 123
  1909-S Lincoln Cent. VDB. EF-40. Deep-dished fields and high square rims offset the crisp details and shimmery brown surfaces of this, one of the nicest EF S-VDbs we have run into. If you collect this grade and want a great one, here it is!
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$472
Lot 124
  1909 Lincoln Cent. PCGS graded Matte Proof 65 Red. Booming full original "red" on the reverse, while the front is a golden red, or slightly toned. You won't find one much more pleasing than this beautiful specimen.
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$1,150
Lot 125
  1909, 1914, 1916 & 1917 Lincoln Cents. MS-60 to MS-63. Mostly red and well struck with beautiful fields. We think everyone will like these. Total of 4 coins.
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$92
Lot 126
  1909-S Lincoln Cent. A group of 5 pieces. Grades range from Very Good to Very Fine. All are original and pleasing for the grade range assigned. One appears to be the "lazy S" mintmark (Breen-2058) as photographed in the Breen Encyclopedia. Lot of 5 coins.
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$242
Lot 127
  1910 Lincoln Cent. PCGS graded Matte Proof 67 Red and Brown. Iridescent golden red with an area toned brown on the obverse, while the other side is deep reddish brown.
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$2,128
Lot 128
  1911 Lincoln Cent. PCGS graded Matte Proof 64 Red and Brown. Magenta-red obverse, chocolate-lilac reverse. Tremendous value, for it's about as nice as the 1910 graded PR67 in terms of surface qualities.
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$299
Lot 129
  1912 Lincoln Cent. MS-65 Red. A truly lovely example of this early Lincoln. Philly issues don't elicit much excitement, as they are fairly common in real choice conditions (many collectors existed in the minting city as far back as the 1850s), but this coin is worth a nice bid for its pristine surfaces, sharp strike and shimmering red luster.
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$184
Lot 130
  1912 Lincoln Cent. ANACS graded Matte Proof 63 Red and Brown. A little dullness on both sides, but pretty bluish red.
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$219
Lot 131
  1913 Lincoln Cent. PCGS graded Matte Proof 65 Red. Booming red with a few minor spots.
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$1,121
Lot 132
  1913 Lincoln Cent. MS-65 Red. Brick-colored orange-red and crisp in strike.
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$121
Lot 133
  1914 Lincoln Cent. PCGS graded Matte Proof 65 Red. Fiery red obverse with a few faint spots; golden red reverse, just a few specks.
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$1,093
Lot 134
  1914-D Lincoln Cent. EF-40. Glossy brown, sharp, and choice for the grade. Hard to find so pleasing.
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$322
Lot 135
  1914-D Lincoln Cent. Fine-15. Dark to medium brown in color, with smooth, even wear and no problems worthy of note. Always in demand as one of the low mintage Lincolns. Full separation on the wheat ears.
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$127
Lot 136
  1916 Lincoln Cent. PCGS graded Matte Proof 64 Red and Brown. Several faint spots on reverse, the obverse sheer perfection. Brick-red and very lovely.
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$690
Lot 137
  1922 Lincoln Cent. Plain. Fine-15. A glossy brown smooooth beauty!
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$460
Lot 138
  1924-D Buffalo Nickel. PCGS graded MS-64 Red. Quite rare this choice.
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$1,783
Lot 139
  1931-S Lincoln Cents. A group of 33 pieces. Very Fine to About Uncirculated 58. An amazing group of this rare date, each of these coins will quickly sell now that Lincoln cents are hot. Some have minor spots, but all are toned a natural brown color. Feed these into the market at a nice profit. Lot of 33 coins.
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$1,208



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