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Sale 67

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Lot 1450
1798. Large eagle. . BD-6, Normal 8. NGC graded AU-58. 13 Star reverse. Nice light golden toning. Some obverse adjustment marks as made at the mint. Only 24,867 struck for the year. Obverse State a, reverse State b with a fine crack from rim to left of O then to cloud. A diminished impact was left by the blow of the (possibly worn) dies that struck the centers of this historic Large Eagle gold coin. Half Eagles were the workhorse gold coins of Americas in the early decades of the 19th century, just as Bust Half Dollars served the same purpose when payments in silver were required. The mintage figure has to be adjusted by the fact that perhaps 95% to 97% of the issue was exported and melted by the 1830s. BD-6 is considered Rarity-6 on the 1 to 8 scale, with perhaps 30-40 known in all grades. Since the obverse die was only used for this variety, one has to conclude that it suffered an early injury. The reverse is found combined with a 1799 obverse to create BD-9 of that date. Pop 38; 26 finer.
Estimated Value $15,000 - 17,000.
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$17,538
Lot 1451
1798. Large Eagle, Large 8, 13 Star Reverse BD-5, Rarity 5+. PCGS graded AU-53. Interesting die breaks. Mostly untoned. Well struck on the main devices; what's more, the coin survived 200 years of use (and coin collector stewardship) free from injury, almost a marvel in itself!

In BD-5, the date is wide with 89 level; the stars on the reverse arranged in a perfect cross pattern. This is an early half eagle variety that is very scarce, according to the Dannreuther reference, "one that many would consider rare with a few more than two dozen coins extant. The obverse must have failed rather quickly…and the reverse is paired with a 1799 obverse to create BD-2 of that date." RARE 1798 LARGE 8 HALF EAGLE VARIETY, BD-5, RARITY-5+ (PCGS # 8078) .

Although the Mint Act of April 2, 1792, provided for a gold half eagle of 135 grains weight, along with other denominations, coinage of gold did not commence until 1795, for the chief coiner and assayer were required to post personal bonds in the amount of $10,000 each before handling precious metals. When the Mint first produced coins for circulation in 1793 (copper cents and half cents), these requirements had not been met. By 1795 the bonds had been reduced in amount considerably, the chief coiner and assayer had fulfilled them, and gold coinage commenced. Issues of 1795-1807 have a Capped Bust head of Liberty.
Estimated Value $9,000 - 10,000.
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Lot 1452
1803, 3 over 2 BD-3, Rarity 4. PCGS graded AU-55. CAC Approved. A nice untoned example very close to Mint State. Well struck. About 1798 the new Heraldic Eagle reverse was first introduced for the $5 denomination. An eagle at the center, with a shield on its breast, holds arrows and an olive branch in its talons and a ribbon lettered E PLURIBUS UNUM in its beak. Above is a galaxy of stars and an arc of clouds. The inscription UNITED STATES OF AMERICA surrounds. There is no mark or indication of value.

Adapted from the Great Seal of the United States, the Heraldic Eagle design was first used on the gold $2.50 of 1796, later extending to (in denomination order) the half dime (1800), dime (1798), quarter dollar (1804), half dollar (1801), silver dollar (1798), and $10 (1797). The motif is traditionally attributed to Robert Scot. Few records exist concerning which engravers produced various dies.

Many different die varieties were produced, including several overdates of which this 1803/2 is one of the most famous because the overdate feature is clear as a bell (PCGS # 8084) .
Estimated Value $8,000 - 9,000.
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$13,800
Lot 1453
1804. Small 8 over large 8. BD-5, Rarity 6+. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. Some minor hairlines. A pleasing looking example with light gold toning. Here is an example that would have received a numerical AU grade just a year or two ago (PCGS # 8086) .
Estimated Value $1,800 - 1,900.
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$6,613
Lot 1454
1806. Pointed 6. BD-1, Rarity 4. NGC XF Details, repaired. Repaired on the obverse.
Estimated Value $1,100 - 1,200.
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$3,450
Lot 1455
1811. Small 5. PCGS graded AU-55 PQ. CAC Approved. Well struck and untoned. In 1807, following the coinage of some of the old-style pieces, John Reich redesigned the half eagle. The new style is the forerunner of that adopted a year later for the quarter eagle. The obverse depicts Liberty facing left, wearing a cloth cap inscribed LIBERTY, with seven stars to the left and six to the right. The last star on the right has a small chip out of one point (the one nearest the rim dentils).

The reverse shows an eagle perched on a palm branch, holding three arrows, with the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM on a ribbon or band above. The legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 5 D. surrounds.

This new format was continued through 1812. The brief span of this design yielded a coinage estimated at 399,013 pieces.

Although there are some scarce die varieties within the 1807-1812 years, there are no rare dates. The type set collector can choose from virtually any date desired. Specimens are available in all grades, with Very Fine to AU coins appearing on the market with some frequency (relatively speaking, of course). Mint State examples are offered now and then and, if choice in appearance, are highly prized. These typically have frosty rather than prooflike surfaces (PCGS # 8109) .
Estimated Value $7,000 - 8,000.
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Lot 1456
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded AU-50 CAC Approved. A pleasing well struck example. In summer 1834 the $5 denomination was redesigned by William Kneass, who created what is now known today as the Classic Head style. The new 1834 issue is similar in design to the quarter eagle of the same date. The obverse depicts the head of Liberty facing left, her hair secured by a band inscribed LIBERTY, with stars circling her head, and with the date below. The motto E PLURIBUS UNUM no longer appears over the eagle as in previous years (PCGS # 8171) .
Estimated Value $950 - 1,000.
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$1,208
Lot 1457
  1834 Plain 4 and 1835. Each NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. In our opinion, they are both nice looking coins that should be graded. Lot of 2 coins (PCGS # 8171) .
Estimated Value $800 - 850.
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Lot 1458
  1834. Plain 4. NGC XF Details, bent, cleaned. Together with: $5.00 1836 NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned. Lot of 2 coins (PCGS # 8171) .
Estimated Value $700 - 750.
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$863
Lot 1459
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded EF-45. Light gold tone (PCGS # 8171) .
Estimated Value $650 - 700.
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Lot 1460
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded EF-45. Nice golden toning. Some luster still evident (PCGS # 8171) .
Estimated Value $650 - 700.
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$776
Lot 1461
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded EF-40. CAC Approved. Nice golden toning (PCGS # 8171) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$719
Lot 1462
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded EF-40. Light even toning (PCGS # 8171) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$726
Lot 1463
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded EF-45. Mostly untoned with some luster still visible (PCGS # 8171) .
Estimated Value $600 - 650.
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$776
Lot 1464
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded VF-30. Even wear (PCGS # 8171) .
Estimated Value $425 - 450.
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$552
Lot 1465
1834. Crosslet 4. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. Light gold toning. A rare and sought-after variety. Only 125 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 8172) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,100.
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$4,255
Lot 1466
1835. PCGS graded AU-55 CAC Approved. Lovely golden-orange toning adds to its appeal. A Premium Quality coin. Pop 44; 94 finer (PCGS # 8173) .
Estimated Value $1,200 - 1,300.
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$2,415
Lot 1467
1835. NGC graded AU-50. Frosty with a hint of rose-color toning within the devices. This type, designed by William Kneass and appearing in modified form on the quarter eagles as well, was used on half eagles from 1834 to 1838. Kneass designed a number of the "classic" style Liberty head/eagle combinations of the period, including a fair number of rare Pattern coins (PCGS # 8173) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,050.
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$1,121
Lot 1468
1835. PCGS graded VF-35. CAC Approved. A hint of gold tone (PCGS # 8173) .
Estimated Value $450 - 500.
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$604
Lot 1469
1836. NGC graded MS-61+. Well struck and sparkling with mint luster. We note a hint of light tone starting to form. Pop 1; 86 finer (PCGS # 8174) .
Estimated Value $5,000 - 5,500.
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$5,348
Lot 1470
1836. PCGS graded AU-53 CAC Approved. Light golden toning adds to its appeal and a Premium Quality coin for the grade (PCGS # 8174) .
Estimated Value $1,200 - 1,300.
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$1,725
Lot 1471
1836. PCGS graded EF-45. Lightly toned (PCGS # 8174) .
Estimated Value $650 - 700.
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$805
Lot 1472
1836. PCGS graded EF-40. Light hint of gold tone (PCGS # 8174) .
Estimated Value $550 - 600.
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$661
Lot 1473
1837. PCGS graded AU-53. Lots of frosty mint luster present. Pop 14; 71 finer (PCGS # 8175) .
Estimated Value $1,500 - 1,600.
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$2,040
Lot 1474
1837. PCGS graded AU-50. Lightly toned. A desirable example with very choice surfaces for the grade. This 1837 half eagle is scarcer than any other Philadelphia Mint date of the 1834-1838 Classic Head design (PCGS # 8175) .
Estimated Value $1,400 - 1,500.
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$1,840
Lot 1475
1837 NGC graded AU Details. Improperly cleaned. Well struck with light gold toning (PCGS # 8175) .
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$834
Lot 1476
1838. PCGS graded MS-63. Well struck and frosty with rich natural golden toning. In a new Secure Plus holder. The Classic Head design (1834-38) dates to mid-summer 1834, when the gold content in the quarter eagle and half eagle was reduced. Prior to this, American gold coinage had a specie value that was greater than the face amount. As a result, coins already in circulation were removed and hoarded (per the convention of Greshams Law), or melted, and those who had gold refused to bring it to the mint to have coins struck. The years prior to 1834 have become major rarities today. The Classic Head coinage, first struck in August 1834, was an instant success, due mainly to the slight weight reduction, from 8.75 grams to 8.31 grams. This change represented a 5% reduction and a similar reduction in value from a little over $5.00 per coin to a little under $5.00. The Mint Act of June 28, 1834 was the authorizing legislation to reduce the weight of these coins, and was written to take force on August 1. Pop 15; 23 finer (PCGS # 8176) .
Estimated Value $8,000 - 8,500.
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Lot 1477
1838. PCGS graded AU-58 CAC Approved. Well struck with a hint of delicate gold toning. A very handsome piece. Pop 27; 56 finer (PCGS # 8176) .
Estimated Value $2,200 - 2,300.
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$3,220
Lot 1478
1838. PCGS graded EF-40. Untoned. From 1834 through 1838 large quantities of Classic Head half eagles were produced, with bullion supplied from gold production in North Carolina and Georgia and by gold shipments received from France as an indemnity for spoliation against American commerce during the Napoleonic Wars. Most of the mintage was accomplished at Philadelphia. In 1838, the branch mints at Charlotte and Dahlonega produced coins for the first time. Such mintmarked pieces are rare today (PCGS # 8176) .
Estimated Value $700 - 750.
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$805
Lot 1479
1838. PCGS graded EF-40 CAC Approved. Light honey color toning (PCGS # 8176) .
Estimated Value $700 - 750.
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Lot 1480
1838-C. PCGS graded EF-40. Untoned. Only 17,179 minted of which merely 175 examples are estimated to have survived. This is the first Charlotte Mint half eagle and the only Classic Head issue of this mint. Douglas Winter found archival records which show that 10,959 of these were actually struck in 1838 and another 6,220 in 1839. Pop 26; 36 finer (PCGS # 8177) .
Estimated Value $3,500 - 3,700.
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$6,900
Lot 1481
1838-D. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. Light even toning and quite pleasing. We note some very minor marks and faint hairlines. Only 20,583 minted of which merely 275 examples are estimated to have survived. The entire production was from a single die pair, thus just one variety is known. In the far-flung numismatic community it is believed that only five or six survivors can be characterized as Mint State, this according to the research of Douglas Winter. The presently offered coin eclipses many marginal ones that we have seen offered in the past (PCGS # 8178) .
Estimated Value $1,100 - 1,200.
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$5,060
Lot 1482
1838-D. PCGS Genuine, surfaces tooled. A polished coin. Only 20,583 minted of which merely 275 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 8178) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,100.
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$2,760
Lot 1483
1838-D. NGC XF Details, rev damage. Some reverse scratches below STATES and a mark on the cheek, still nice looking. Only 20,583 minted of which only 275 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 8178) .
Estimated Value $950 - 1,000.
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$1,783
Lot 1484
  A trio of $5.00 Classic Heads. Each Sharpness of Very Fine. Consists of: 1834 plain 4, 1835 (2 pcs). All show some marks and have been cleaned. Lot of 3 coins.
Estimated Value $900 - 1,000.
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$1,438
Lot 1485
  1836 and 1843-O **listed in wrong section these are both $2.50 Gold**. Both grade Sharpness of Fine. Cleaned and probably used as jewelry. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $400 - 425.
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$460
Lot 1486
1839-C. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. Some hairlines are noted from an old cleaning and scattered surface marks. Only 17,205 minted of which about 400 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 8192) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,100.
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Lot 1487
1839-D. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned. Lightly toned with some minor hairlines, still, a decent looking example. Only 18,939 minted of which about 150 examples are estimated to have survived. The present coin is important on several counts. First, it represents the initial appearance of the Liberty Head design and, simultaneously, the first use of a Dahlonega mintmark on the design. Second, the mintmark is on the obverse, a characteristic of only this year. Third, it is in relatively high EF45 grade being desirable. Fourth, the 1839-D is rare in any and all grades (PCGS # 8193) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,100.
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Lot 1488
1840-C Large Diameter. NGC graded EF-45. Only 18,992 struck of which only about 500 are estimated to have survived. Normal lack of detail in some of the features such as stars and eagle plumage. This is only the third issue by the branch mint at Charlotte, North Carolina, which opened in 1838 and struck half eagles (primarily) as well as some gold dollars, quarter eagles and $3 gold -- until, that is, 1861, when the Mint was shut by the Confederacy. Pop 11; 54 finer.
Estimated Value $2,200 - 2,400.
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$2,530
Lot 1489
1840-C. PCGS graded EF-40 CAC Approved. Attractive golden hues rests within the devices. Only 18,992 minted of which merely 500 examples are estimated to have survived. Pop 16; 55 finer (PCGS # 8196) .

Die note: Two pairs of dies were shipped from Philadelphia to Charlotte on January 24. What may be the tops of an errant 1 and 8 can be seen in the dentils below those numerals on this specimen. Popular nomenclature for this error is "misplaced date." Many 1840-C half eagles show this.
Estimated Value $2,000 - 2,100.
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Lot 1490
1840-C. NGC AU Details, damaged, improperly cleaned. Some small marks are noted on both sides; lightly toned. Only 18,992 minted of which merely 500 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 8196) .
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,100.
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Lot 1491
1840-D. NGC XF Details, repaired, whizzed. Only 22,896 minted of which about 25 examples are estimated to have survived. On this variety, the mintmark "D" is placed solely over the V of FIVE and there is a die break through the right side it. Another variety is known with the mintmark positioned above the V and E in FIVE. Three pairs of dies were used to coin 1840-D half eagles, two shipped on January 24 (and received February 3) and a final pair sent on October 20 (received October 30). Production occurred on several occasions beginning in late February.
Estimated Value $700 - 750.
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Lot 1492
1841. PCGS graded EF-40. Nice even wear with delicate rose color toning within the protected areas. Only 15,833 minted with an estimated survival of only 150 coins. Pop 10; 36 finer. Another excitinig early U.S. gold piece that is part of an old-time collection of various interesting and often rare items that we expect will draw-in bids from far and wide (PCGS # 8202) .
Estimated Value $600 - 625.
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Lot 1493
1842-C. Small date. NGC VF Details, improperly cleaned. Nice antique rose color golden toning about the borders on both sides. This rare coin deserves an actual grade. Only 4,595 minted of which merely 100 examples are estimated to have survived. This is considered the rarest of all Charlotte Mint half eagles, according to Doug Winter and others. In fact, Winter described this issue as "the rarest collectible coin from Charlotte." (Most specimens seen have an obverse rim break from stars 6 to 8; this is from an early state of the dies before the break occurred.) (PCGS # 8208) .
Estimated Value $2,500 - 3,000.
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Lot 1494
1842-D. Small date. NGC graded MS-61. Well struck with lovely golden toning over lustrous surfaces. The detail you see for this more difficult D-mint half eagle, a low mintage year, is exceptional; none of the usual soft dull highlights seen on later issues; the bold devices add considerably to the appeal of this nearly Mint State 62, attractive-surfaced specimen. Devices as "sharp as a two-edged sword" as they say, focus-in on the stars -- which is most rewarding to the prospective new owner. Because this is an early date, and possibly an early strike from new dies, it shows excellent detail on both sides. Pop 4; 4 finer with 3 in 62, 1 in 63 (PCGS # 8210) .
Estimated Value $10,000 - 11,000.
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$10,638
Lot 1495
1843-C. NGC XF Details, improperly cleaned. Another coin that deserves an actual grade. Only 44,277 minted of which only 500 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 8214) .
Estimated Value $700 - 750.
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Lot 1496
1843-C. NGC VF Details, improperly cleaned. Some minor hairlines, none of which are too serious. Only 44,277 minted of which merely 500 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 8214) .
Estimated Value $550 - 600.
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Lot 1497
1843-D. Medium D. PCGS graded AU-53. Struck in natural greenish color gold. Only 375 examples are estimated to have survived. The mintmark is centered above the VE in FIVE on this variety, and is slightly smaller in size than its Large D mintmark counterpart. Pop 14; 29 finer (PCGS # 8215) .

In his Encyclopedia, Walter Breen noted that the "large" mintmark variety of this date (now called Medium D) was struck in combination with a rusted obverse die, this being characteristic of all authentic specimens. On the specimen offered here, a group of raised lumps, caused by die rust, is seen between the first two obverse stars. Another raised lump is near the lowest point of the 12th star, and two more lumps are seen at the uppermost right corner of the 3 in the date. Additionally, some small, faint die cracks can be seen among the reverse peripheral legends. The actual mintmark is placed in a central position between the V and E in FIVE.
Estimated Value $2,300 - 2,400.
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Lot 1498
1843-D. Medium D. PCGS graded AU-50. Well struck with attractive delicate golden toning about the borders. Only 375 examples are estimated to have survived. Pop 30; 43 finer (PCGS # 8215) .
Estimated Value $2,200 - 2,300.
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$2,875
Lot 1499
1843-D. Medium D. PCGS graded EF-45. A hint of gold tone. Only 375 examples are estimated to have survived. Pop 38; 73 finer (PCGS # 8215) .
Estimated Value $1,700 - 1,800.
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