Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 65

The Pre-Long Beach Auction


Half Dollars
 
 
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Lot 1184
1795. . O-104, R-4. PCGS graded VG-8. CAC Approved. Nice even toning with perhaps a little uneveness in the surface around BE of LIBERTY. Reverse "C" with berries 10-7 (the only reverse) (PCGS # 6052) .
Estimated Value $950 - 1,000.
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$1,380
Lot 1185
1795. . O-119, berries 9 + 9. NGC VG Details, repaired. Lightly toned.
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$719
Lot 1186
1801. . Overton-102. High Rarity-4. NGC Fine Details, improperly cleaned. Untoned and evenly worn. The left base of the first A in AMERICA is embedded in the eagle's wing feathers on this scarcer of the two varieties known for the year. Top left star touches wing and cloud, or almost so.
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$978
Lot 1187
1806 Pointed 6. . O-115a, die cracks. NGC Fine Details, environmental damage. Evenly toned. Variety with stem through claw.
Estimated Value $100 - 125.
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$228
Lot 1188
1806, 6 over 5. NGC graded VF-25. Even grey toning.
Estimated Value $500 - 525.
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$719
Lot 1189
1807. ANACS graded VF-20. Attractive antique toning of blue and gold, final year in which the mint struck the draped bust, large (or heraldic) eagle combo. A capped, draped bust of the nation's chief allegorial representation appears henceforth, from 1807 to 1836.
Estimated Value $450 - 500.
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$604
Lot 1190
1807. Large Stars. . O-112, 50 over 20. R-1. NGC graded AU-55. Hints of violet-gold toning about the borders on both sides. Lustrous. Usual soft detail on the eagle.
Estimated Value $2,000 - 2,100.
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$2,128
Lot 1191
1807. Large stars, 50 over 20. O-112. NGC VF Details, obv scratched. Uniform grayish-violet toning.
Estimated Value $50 - 60.
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$265
Lot 1192
1808. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned. Light gray toning.
Estimated Value $90 - 100.
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$173
Lot 1193
1809. . Overton-106. NGC graded AU-53. Lightly toned, mostly on the obverse, an attractive, lustrous example for the collector of early Capped Bust Half Dollars.
Estimated Value $350 - 400.
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$633
Lot 1194
1809. Experimental edge, "IIIII" between words. . O-107. PCGS graded EF-45. Attractive antique toning about the devices and borders (PCGS # 6094) .
Estimated Value $225 - 250.
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$604
Lot 1195
1811. Small 8. . O-111, break crosses 50 C and arrow points. PCGS graded EF-40. Attractively toned (PCGS # 6097) .
Estimated Value $140 - 150.
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$288
Lot 1196
1811. Large 8. . O-104a die breaks. PCGS graded AU-50. A nice bold strike and toned (PCGS # 6096) .
Estimated Value $250 - 275.
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$644
Lot 1197
1811, 11 over 10. . O-101. PCGS graded EF-40. Even antique grayish toning. The estimated mintage of 1,203,644 half dollars with the 1811 date was completed using a combination of thirteen separate die marriages. The first two (O-101 & 102 are overdates, with O-101 having a die dot dividing the date 18.11 (PCGS # 6099) .
Estimated Value $250 - 275.
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$578
Lot 1198
1812. . O-109, R-3. PCGS graded AU-58 PQ. Needle sharp and untoned with fields awash in satiny luster. Quite choice for the grade thus our Premium Quality designation. A beautiful example of coin preservation! (PCGS # 6100) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$1,898
Lot 1199
1813. . O-110 die clash. PCGS graded AU-50. Mostly untoned (PCGS # 6103) .
Estimated Value $325 - 350.
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$529
Lot 1200
1815. 5 Over 2. . O-101. PCGS graded AU-53 PQ. CAC Approved. Lovely toning on both sides. A natural-toned, still partly lustrous example with surfaces to die for on both sides: smooth, mainly free of marks. Nicely struck as well, with just a hint of weakness at the eagles wing. Bullion deposits in the mint fell off dramatically as 1815 dawned, with the country still under siege from the British forces during Americas War of 1812 (as opposed to the French-Russian War the same year). Few half dollars were coined; almost all of them saw extensive wear in circulation. Pop 11; 40 finer (PCGS # 6108) .
Estimated Value $5,000 - 5,500.
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$9,488
Lot 1201
1817, 7 over 3. . Overton-101. NGC graded Good-4. Evenly worn with a clear overdate. Very popular variety.
Estimated Value $80 - 100.
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$138
Lot 1202
1818. . O-107. PCGS graded EF-45. Beautiful golden and royal blue toning (PCGS # 6113) .
Estimated Value $150 - 160.
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$299
Lot 1203
1818, 8 over 7. Small 8. . O-102a. PCGS graded EF-45. Light golden and natural russet toning. Another attractive coin from this collection of Bust Halves (PCGS # 6114) .
Estimated Value $180 - 200.
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$552
Lot 1204
1818, 8 over 7. Large 8. . O-103. PCGS graded EF-45. Lightly toned. Sharply defined overdate feature. The Bust Half Dollar series of 1807-36 is replete with interesting overdates and other Red Book listed oddities (PCGS # 6115) .
Estimated Value $140 - 150.
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$529
Lot 1205
1819. . O-107, R-4. PCGS graded AU-50. Attracrtive electric blue and natural golden toning (PCGS # 6117) .
Estimated Value $240 - 260.
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$661
Lot 1206
1819, 9 over 8. Large 9. O-104a. NGC graded AU-50. Lightly toned, lustrous, and attractive.
Estimated Value $300 - 325.
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$437
Lot 1207
1821. . O-105. PCGS graded EF-45. Pleasing antique toning (PCGS # 6128) .
Estimated Value $150 - 160.
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$368
Lot 1208
1823. O-106a. NGC graded EF-40. Lightly toned with some residual luster in the stars and letters.
Estimated Value $100 - 110.
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$161
Lot 1209
1823. Patched 3. . O-101a. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned. Pleasing looking grayish-violet toning. From the same obverse as the Broken 3 except a small punch has been sunk in the die at the junction of the two halves of the 3 to strengthen the connection.
Estimated Value $90 - 100.
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$265
Lot 1210
1824. NGC graded AU-50. Light golden toning about the obverse borders on this attractive, problem-free coin.
Estimated Value $225 - 250.
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$322
Lot 1211
1826. NGC graded EF-40. Even antique toning on both sides.
Estimated Value $100 - 110.
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$138
Lot 1212
1827, 7 over 6. . O-101, die break through 50 C etc. PCGS graded AU-53. A nice bold strike with toning here and there, this splendid coin has copious amounts of luster. Bold overdate (PCGS # 6147) .
Estimated Value $275 - 300.
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$978
Lot 1213
1827, 7 over 6. O-102. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned. An attractive coin.
Estimated Value $100 - 110.
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$155
Lot 1214
1828. NGC AU Details, obv improperly cleaned. Plenty of mint frosty still intact.
Estimated Value $120 - 130.
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$173
Lot 1215
1828. Curl base, no knob 2. O-104. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. Nicely toned.
Estimated Value $175 - 200.
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$230
Lot 1216
1828. Curl base, no knob 2. O-101. NGC graded VF-35. Pleasing old time toning.
Estimated Value $100 - 110.
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$230
Lot 1217
1828. Square base 2, small 8's, large letters. O-116. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned.
Estimated Value $175 - 200.
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$253
Lot 1218
1828. Square base 2, small 8's, large letters. . O-117, recut C in 50C. PCGS graded EF-45. Lovely oldtime multi-color toning (PCGS # 6151) .
Estimated Value $130 - 140.
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$230
Lot 1219
1829. NGC graded MS-63. Star. Well struck with lovely blue and light violet toning around the borders. Pop 2; 61 finer.
Estimated Value $1,400 - 1,500.
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$3,565
Lot 1220
1829. NGC graded EF-40. Attractive light multi-color toning on the obverse.
Estimated Value $110 - 120.
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$184
Lot 1221
1829, 9 over 7. . O-101. PCGS graded EF-45. Very clear overdate with attractive light pastel toning (PCGS # 6155) .
Estimated Value $150 - 170.
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$529
Lot 1222
1830. Small 0. O-101. NGC graded AU-53. Lightly toned.
Estimated Value $225 - 250.
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$288
Lot 1223
1830. Small 0. O-115. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned.
Estimated Value $70 - 80.
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$104
Lot 1224
1831. NGC graded MS-64. Boldly struck with light violet and electric blue toning about the borders on both sides. The amount of luster on this desirable coin gives it a wealth of beauty and the advantage over competing Bust halves. Pop 111; 54 finer.
Estimated Value $2,000 - 2,200.
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$2,760
Lot 1225
1831 NGC graded Unc Details. Artificial toning. Still a nice looking coin.
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$1,725
Lot 1226
1831. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned.
Estimated Value $70 - 80.
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$115
Lot 1227
1832 Small Letters. O-111. NGC AU Details, imperoperly cleaned. Nice gold and electric blue toning.
Estimated Value $110 - 120.
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$184
Lot 1228
1832. Large letters. O-101a. NGC graded AU-50. Warm sunset toning on both sides.
Estimated Value $225 - 250.
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$288
Lot 1229
1833. NGC graded AU-50. A hint of light gold tone.
Estimated Value $225 - 250.
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$336
Lot 1230
1834. NGC graded MS-65. Lovely hues of violet centers radiating outward to electric blue iridescense on both sides. The surfaces are slightly reflective which further adds to its beauty. Capped Bust Half Dollars from the 1807-36 period rarely surface in Gem condition. Almost none were saved at the time (survival was therefore hit-or-miss), and the few nice ones that do appear are quickly put away again by astute buyers. Pop 56; 20 finer with 16 in 66, 4 in 67.
Estimated Value $5,000 - 5,500.
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$7,200
Lot 1231
1834. Large date, small letters. PCGS graded MS-64 CAC Approved. Well struck and fully lustrous with lovely natural toning on both sides. One look at this beauty and you will see why CAC gave its approval. Pop 31; 12 in 65, 1 in 67 (PCGS # 6165) .
Estimated Value $2,700 - 2,800.
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$3,450
Lot 1232
1834. Small date and letters. PCGS graded MS-62. Attractively toned, the chief virtue of this piece is its smooth-flowing luster which covers the entire surface, enveloping it in originality. Another virute, never to be overlooked, is the sharpness in the hair curls and eagle feathers. Though we do see some minor weakness at the end of Liberty's bust where it comes up opposite a high point on the other side of the coin. All in all a choice exmaple. Pop 39; 99 finer (PCGS # 6166) .
Estimated Value $900 - 1,000.
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$1,265
Lot 1233
1835. PCGS graded EF-45. Lovely antique toning (PCGS # 6168) .
Estimated Value $120 - 130.
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$322



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