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Lot 1143
1796. Stars on obverse. NGC graded MS-61. Untoned with semi reflective surfaces. Only 432 struck. Interesting clash marks on both sides as made. A healthy dose of heavy golden luster enlivens the broad expanse of open surface on this With Stars Quarter Eagle struck the first year of issue. The fields are free from wear though do carry the odd mark or lint mark from its passage down through the years, for so modest a grade as MS61 it is very presentable. What's more, the strike is bold enough to warrant special attention. Careful scrutiny with a magnifying glass reveals the following minor points: a few tiny marks in the field to the left of Liberty; a slight depression in the field on the reverse above the arrow points with raised die polish lines above STATES (they occur behind the denticles and so are counted as an artifact of the die making process); no copper staining or spots, which is always a plus; a thin pin line from Liberty's lovelock to the throat; and a virtual 100% absence of adjustment marks. Rims are outstanding. In addition, the coin possesses a nice, clear-cut strike for all areas with outstanding detail at the hair and cap, the eagle, as well as all stars and legends. Despite its occasional poor cousin relationship to the No Stars one-year Type, advanced specialists in early gold realize the rarity of this issue in any grade and its desirability in Mint condition! Pop 6; 4 in 63, 1 in 65 (PCGS # 7647) .

The stars are arranged 8 x 8 on this 16-star With Stars Quarter Eagle. Breen described the variety as "very rare," noting that the 432 pieces of the issue were delivered on Jan. 14, 1797. The newer Garrett-Guth Gold Encyclopedia says, "This subtype is somewhat rarer than the 1796 No Stars quarter eagle, yet it generally sells for much less in comparable grades. Most examples are in circulated condition, with a cluster at the About Uncirculated level that may represent some unreported resubmissions. Mint State examples are extremely rare; included among them is a single gem example. Late states of the dies show heavy lapping to remove clash marks."

The present specimen appears to be from early in the BD Die State e, the last state recorded in Dannreuther. It shows extensive cracks from star 1 through 8, and many others per the reference. The R in LIBERTY is quite strong (which is contrary to many observed examples where the R is decidedly weak to nonexistent), and die clash marks are noted on both sides. Brilliant yellow-gold coloration is present on both sides, as noted. For the early gold specialist, the significance of this incredible and historic early U.S. gold coin needs no further explanation.
Estimated Value $125,000 - 150,000.
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$155,250
Lot 1144
1804. 14 stars on reverse. PCGS graded EF-40. The wear is evenly spread with some minute adjustment marks noted on the reverse borders; all, lightly toned. Only 3327 coins issued for all the varieties. For a long time collectors have admired and enjoyed early quarter eagles, one of American numismatics favorite series among gold coins. The "early" issues can be defined as beginning in 1796 and ending with the 1834 With Motto, issued just before the Classic Head was introduced.

Here is a very presentable Extremely Fine coin, a piece that is far above average in strike, and superior to that offered in recent times. The present example has some light adjustment marks through the central definition of the reverse, yet the entire coin is just about as sharp as is ever seen. Slight softness is noted at obverse stars two through seven. A bit of lustrous surface visible around the stars and legends. Splendid eye appeal overall. Pop 10; 61 finer. Rare (PCGS # 7652) .
Estimated Value $13,000 - 14,000.
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Lot 1145
1834. No motto. PCGS graded AU-53 CAC Approved. Well struck with traces of mint luster. First year of the William Kneass design. In 1834, a ribbon binding Liberty's hair, bearing the word LIBERTY, replaced the liberty cap. The motto was omitted from the reverse (PCGS # 7692) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,100.
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Lot 1146
1834. No motto. PCGS graded EF-45 CAC Approved. Untoned, with traces of luster. Well defined features (PCGS # 7692) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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Lot 1147
1834. No motto. PCGS graded EF-40 CAC Approved. Lovely antique golden-orange toning. The authorized format on the Half Eagle was reduced from 135 grains to 129 grains via the Act of June 28, 1834. This was put into effect on August 2, 1834, and coins struck on and after that date were of the new light weight. The hope was to return gold coins to circulation. They had been extensively exported. The strategy proved successful; it was no longer profitable to melt or export coins for bullion, and gold coins circulated at par for the first time since the War of 1812 (PCGS # 7692) .
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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Lot 1148
1835. NGC graded MS-63. A nice frosty coin. This head style has the first curl, at upper left, much smaller than previous styles. Liberty's head is smaller than before. This was the final modification prepared by William Kneass, with Christian Gobrecht taking responsibility the next year.

This delightful choice example has frosty devices and satiny fields. Both surfaces are brilliant with lots of bold detail at the stars and rims. A touch of striking softness is noted on the high points of the obverse around Liberty's ear, but most other design features are sharp including the majority of the eagle's feathers. The presently offered MS63 example ranks among the finer extant. Pop 14; 7 finer, 6 in 64, 1 in 65 (PCGS # 7693) .
Estimated Value $7,000 - 7,500.
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Lot 1149
1835. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. We note a few obverse marks (PCGS # 7693) .
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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Lot 1150
1836. Script 8. PCGS graded MS-64 CAC Approved. A very choice example and of Premium Quality for the given grade. A nice deep impression with frosty surfaces which are slightly reflective at the borders; all, delicately toned. The Classic Head quarter eagles of 1834 through 1839 are finely made, well styled for the period, and popular to collect by date and by mint. There being no "impossible" rarities, the earnest buyer can hope to acquire a nice representative collection given a bit of diligent searching. This is not to say finding pieces in choice Mint State is easy. When such an opportunity occurs, a specimen is likely to be dated 1834, the first year of issue. While the 1836, as here, registered a higher production quantity, the design was no longer a novelty, and few were set aside as souvenirs.

The obverse and reverse are richly lustrous, subtle light yellow gold. The striking is quite sharp around the borders, less so at the centers, this being typical. A few toning areas are seen here and there on both sides as already noted. All told this is one of the nicer 1836 quarter eagles to come on the market in the present decade. It will answer well a call from the specialist, the Script 8 in the date adding appeal. Similarly, it would be a grand addition to a choice type set. Pop 14; 2 finer in 65 (PCGS # 7694) .
Estimated Value $13,000 - 14,000.
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Lot 1151
1836. Script 8. PCGS graded MS-61. A pleasing frosty untoned example. The Classic Head quarter eagles of 1834-39 are interesting and popular to collect by date and mint, there being no "impossible" rarities. However, finding pieces in Mint State can be a challenge. When such an opportunity occurs, a specimen is likely to be dated 1834, the first year of issue. While the 1836, as here, registered a higher production quantity, the design was no longer a novelty, and few were set aside as souvenirs.

The obverse and reverse are lustrous with subtle light yellow gold. The striking is quite sharp around the borders, less so at the centers, this being typical. All told this is one of the nicer entry-level Mint State 1836 quarter eagles to come on the market in the present period. It will answer well a call from the generalist, the Script 8 in the date adding appeal. Similarly, it would be a grand addition to a gold type set. Pop 23; 95 finer (PCGS # 7694) .
Estimated Value $2,800 - 3,000.
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Lot 1152
1836. Script 8. NGC Unc Details, rev damage. A very nice looking coin with an obverse displaying full frosty mint luster while the left reverse field exhibits evidence of smoothing (PCGS # 7694) .
Estimated Value $700 - 750.
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Lot 1153
1836. Block 8. PCGS graded EF-45. Frosty and untoned. Head of 1837. A scarce variety and possibly struck in calendar year 1837. This Block 8 variant is especially difficult in upper grades (PCGS # 97694) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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Lot 1154
1836. Block 8. PCGS graded EF-45. Light toning rests within the devices (PCGS # 97694) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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Lot 1155
1836. Block 8. PCGS graded EF-45. Light golden toning (PCGS # 97694) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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Lot 1156
1836. Block 8. PCGS graded EF-40. CAC Approved. Lovely golden toning (PCGS # 97694) .
Estimated Value $575 - 625.
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$719
Lot 1157
1837 Sharpness of VF. Used in jewelry.
Estimated Value $225 - 250.
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$311
Lot 1158
1838-C. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. A touch of tone restes within the protected areas. Only 7,880 minted of which merely 150 examples are estimated to have survived. This is the first year that Charlotte, North Carolina struck gold pieces. The mint would continue with gold exclusively until it closed in 1861 (PCGS # 7697) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,100.
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Lot 1159
1839-C 3/3. VP-001. NGC graded AU-55. Light golden toning appears about the borders. A well struck example with a ample display of original golden luster beneath the toning, both sides balanced as to color and detail. Indeed, this Quarter Eagle was nicely socked by the dies, if readers will permit a colloquialism, perhaps not fully so at the eagles body, but still well enough that its attraction is enhanced. Only 18,140 struck.
Estimated Value $3,500 - 3,800.
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Lot 1160
1839-C. PCGS genuine, surfaces tooled. Our grade is Sharpness of EF-45. Only 18,140 minted of which about 250 examples are estimated to have survived.

Rather than being an overdate, this is better described as a repunched date, in our opinion. Identification of three die varieties:

A: Mintmark over left half of digit 3. Tip of branch stem over right upright of D. Usually cracked, neck to right wing.

B: Mintmark over left half of digit 3. Tip of branch stem over left edge of D. Usually cracked through E of STATES.

C: Mintmark over space between 83. Usually cracked, left shield tip to beak.
Estimated Value $900 - 950.
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$2,070
Lot 1161
1839-C. NGC AU Details, brushed. The surfaces are matte-like. Only 18,140 minted of which merely 250 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7699) .
Estimated Value $800 - 850.
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Lot 1162
1839-O. SEGS graded MS-63. Our grade is Sharpness of MS-60+, we note some light hairlines. This piece exhibits an the usual sharpness of strike for an early date Quarter Eagle from the New Orleans Mint, and there really is no significant lack of detail to report. Satiny in sheen with gleaming golden color, the surfaces are also praiseworthy, barring the light hairlines, due to a general lack of sizeable or otherwise individually distracting abrasions.

The first Quarter Eagle issue from the New Orleans Mint, the 1839-O is also the only O-mint strike of the William Kneass-designed Classic type (to include also the Classic Half Eagle). It is a scarce issue in an comprehensive sense with Doug Winter (2006) accounting for only 350-400 survivors from a mintage of 17,781 pieces. Mint States are necessarily rare and seldom seen in numismatic sales.
Estimated Value $4,000 - 4,500.
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$5,750
Lot 1163
1839-O. PCGS graded EF-45. Nice even surfaces and untoned. Only 17,781 minted of which merely 400 examples are estimated to have survived. 1839-O, being the first Quarter Eagle struck at the New Orleans Mint, is scarce, with the typically encountered grade being VF or, occasionally, low-end EF. Any coin in EF45 or finer grade is a rarity. At the time, the numismatic community--consisting of no more than a couple hundred widely scattered enthusiasts at most--took no notice of mintmarks, and not even the Mint Cabinet saved specimens (PCGS # 7701) .
Estimated Value $1,100 - 1,200.
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Lot 1164
1839-O. NGC Fine Details, improperly cleaned We note smoothing on the face. Only 17,781 minted of which merely 400 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7701) .
Estimated Value $225 - 250.
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Lot 1165
1840-C. PCGS graded AU-53. Well struck, lightly toned with reflective mint luster in the protected areas. Only 12,822 minted of which merely 150 examples are estimated to have survived. Pop 8; 24 finer (PCGS # 7718) .
Estimated Value $2,800 - 2,900.
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$3,910
Lot 1166
1840-C. PCGS graded EF-45 CAC Approved. Untoned. Only 12,822 minted of which merely 150 examples are estimated to have survived. Pop 14; 51 finer (PCGS # 7718) .
Estimated Value $1,600 - 1,700.
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$2,875
Lot 1167
1840-O. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned. Lightly toned. Here is a coin that should be given a numerical grade. Only 33,580 minted of which merely 125 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7720) .
Estimated Value $225 - 250.
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$575
Lot 1168
1841-C. NGC AU Details, rev damage. Well struck and untoned. Only 10,200 minted of which merely 110 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7721) .
Estimated Value $900 - 950.
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$1,668
Lot 1169
1841-D. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned. Some minor hairlines are noted; however, not enough to impact a numerical EF grade. Antique rose color toning rests within the devices. Only 4,164 minted of which merely 75 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7722) .
Estimated Value $800 - 850.
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$3,680
Lot 1170
1842-C. PCGS graded EF-45 CAC Approved. A nice deep impression and mostly untoned. A Premium Quality coin for the given grade. Only 6729 minted of which merely 115 examples are estimated to have survived. Pop 17; 17 finer (PCGS # 7724) .
Estimated Value $2,600 - 2,700.
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$4,370
Lot 1171
1842-D. PCGS graded EF-45 CAC Approved. Antique golden-orange toning that deepens within the devices. Only 4,643 minted of which merely 80 examples are estimated to have survived. A highly important variety. Douglas Winter wrote that no true Mint State pieces are known, and that fewer than a dozen were known at the AU level, seemingly clustered.

Date logotype high and more deeply impressed at the top and bottom of the date with 18 noticeably repunched. Reverse with D mintmark overlapping feather, with part of the feather visible at the center of the letter and a tiny part of the feather extending from the left of the upright. Pop 15; 18 finer (PCGS # 7725) .
Estimated Value $3,000 - 3,300.
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Lot 1172
1843-C. Large date, plain 4. PCGS graded EF-40 CAC Approved. Lightly toned. Only 23,076 minted of which merely 225 examples are estimated to have survived. Pop 21; 81 finer (PCGS # 7728) .
Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,400.
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$1,898
Lot 1173
1843-D. Small D. PCGS graded AU-53 CAC Approved. Well struck with areas of rose color toning on both sides. A Premium Quality example for the given grade. Only 36,209 minted of which only 300 examples are estimated to have survived. The most available of all Dahlonega quarter eagle issues, but still an impressive rarity at the assigned grade. The present specimen exceeds in quality of many slightly higher grade specimens we've seen offered, in terms of overall aesthetic appearance. Pop 22; 58 finer (PCGS # 7730) .
Estimated Value $2,100 - 2,200.
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$3,335
Lot 1174
1843-O. Small date, crosslet 4. PCGS graded AU-50 PQ. CAC Approved. Lovely light golden toning (PCGS # 7731) .
Estimated Value $325 - 350.
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$414
Lot 1175
1843-O. Small date, crosslet 4. PCGS graded EF-45. Mostly untoned (PCGS # 7731) .
Estimated Value $275 - 300.
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$345
Lot 1176
1843-O. Small date, crosslet 4. PCGS graded EF-45. CAC Approved. Lightly toned (PCGS # 7731) .
Estimated Value $275 - 300.
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$345
Lot 1177
1843-O. Small date, crosslet 4. PCGS graded EF-45. CAC Approved. Lightly toned (PCGS # 7731) .
Estimated Value $275 - 300.
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$357
Lot 1178
1843-O. Small date, crosslet 4. PCGS graded VF-35. CAC Approved. Light even toning (PCGS # 7731) .
Estimated Value $250 - 275.
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$299
Lot 1179
1843-O. Small date, crosslet 4. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned. Some obverse marks in the fields (PCGS # 7731) .
Estimated Value $200 - 220.
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$253
Lot 1180
1843-O. Large date, plain 4. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. A decent looking coin that deserves an actual grade. Only 76,000 minted of which merely 85 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7732) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$713
Lot 1181
1844-C. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. Lightly toned. Only 11,622 minted of which merely 150 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7735) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,100.
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$1,783
Lot 1182
1845-D. NGC AU Details, rev graffiti. We note a small X in the reverse field. Only 19,460 struck of which about 200 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7738) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$1,610
Lot 1183
1846-D. PCGS graded EF-45. Mostly untoned. Only 19,303 minted of which only 200 examples are estimated to have survived. About as nice as the average collector on a strict budget can reasonably hope to acquire for an 1846-D--combining a generous measure of eye appeal with a strong EF grade, certainly among the top ones at that level and in terms of complete satisfaction, quite possibly finer than some graded higher. Pop 27; 72 finer (PCGS # 7742) .
Estimated Value $1,700 - 1,800.
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$2,530
Lot 1184
1847-C. PCGS graded EF-45. Lightly toned.Some tiny ticks appear on the rims. Only 23,226 minted of which merely 325 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7745) .
Estimated Value $1,600 - 1,700.
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$1,955
Lot 1185
1847-C. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. Mostly untoned. Only 23,226 minted of which merely 325 examples are estimated to have surfived (PCGS # 7745) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$1,438
Lot 1186
1847-C. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. We also note some reverse scratched. Only 23,226 minted of which merely 325 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7745) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$1,208
Lot 1187
1847-D. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. Untoned with some hairlines and an edge nick. Only 15,784 minted of which merely 225 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7746) .
Estimated Value $750 - 800.
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$1,495
Lot 1188
1847-D. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned, rev damage. We note some hairlines and marks on the reverse. Only 15,784 minted of which merely 225 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7746) .
Estimated Value $700 - 750.
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$1,265
Lot 1189
1848-D. NGC Unc Details, improperly cleaned. Well struck with attractive golden toning. We note some minor hairlines visible only under strong magnification with the aid of a light. A very choice looking example. Only 13,771 minted of which merely 195 examples are estimated to have survived.

Obverse with high date, 1 touching truncation above, nearly touching dentils below. Final 8 in date distant from truncation, close to dentils. Winters reverse 10-L, D mintmark high, opening in D half filled with feather details. The tip of the fraction bar extends to a point below the center of the D (PCGS # 7751) .
Estimated Value $1,800 - 1,900.
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$5,520
Lot 1190
1848-D. NGC VF Details, improperly cleaned. Mostly untoned with even wear. Only 13,771 minted of which merely 195 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7751) .
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$920
Lot 1191
1849-C. PCGS graded EF-45. Mostly untoned. Only 10,220 minted of which merely 100 examples are estimated to have survived. Pop 17; 47 finer (PCGS # 7753) .
Estimated Value $1,900 - 2,000.
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$2,415
Lot 1192
1849-C. PCGS graded VF-35 CAC Approved. Lightly toned with even wear. Only 10,220 minted of which merely 100 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 7753) .
Estimated Value $1,100 - 1,200.
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$1,955



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