Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 74

June Long Beach Coin Auction


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Lot 216
1793 S-1 R4 Chain AMERI. VG10. Slightly sharper but lightly cleaned and retoned glossy chocolate brown and light olive mixed with some golden tan. The planchet is mostly smooth but there is a small patch of very fine granularity near the rim left of the lower curls and there are two horizontal planchet voids at the bottom of the reverse (as struck). The date is easily readable and the legends are strong. E-MDS, Breen state II, with an arc of swelling on the lower half of the 1 in the date but no visible clashmarks or die cracks. Not perfect but relatively nice for a Chain AMERI at this grade level.
Estimated Value $10,000-UP.
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Realized
$11,500
Lot 217
1793 S-1 R4 Chain AMERI. G4. Rather glossy steel brown and chocolate. Microscopic roughness covers the fields and protected areas while the highpoints are smooth. No verdigris or contact marks. The obverse is weaker than the reverse, as usual for Chain Cents. The date is very faint, essentially gone, but most of LIBERTY is easily readable and the legends on the reverse are complete, although CENT and OF AMERI are weak. MDS with swelling at the top of the U in UNITED. Decent for a low grade Chain AMERI.
Estimated Value $2,000-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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Lot 218
1793 S-3 R3- Chain AMERICA. PCGS graded VG8. Sharpness near F15 but the surfaces are covered with light roughness, strongest at AMERI. There are faint hints of shallow dark greenish verdigris in some of the protected areas, none visible without the aid of a glass, and just a few contact marks. The notable ones are a couple short scratches at the first S in STATES and a rim nick at the F in OF. Slightly glossy dark steel and olive brown. The date and legends are complete and clear, although AMERI is relatively weak due to the increased roughness in that area. Overall rather decent for the PCGS grade. Our grade is net VG8.
Estimated Value $7,500-UP.
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Lot 219
1793 S-6 R3 VF35+. Glossy light olive brown and chocolate. The surfaces are smooth and choice, virtually flawless. A solid EF40 cent if not for two dull rim nicks at K-9 on the obverse. Great eye appeal, very close to EF40. A premium Wreath Cent. E-MDS, Breen state II, with an obvious horizontal wave in the field behind the portrait, trademark of this so-called "Sprung Die" variety. Removed from a PCGS slab graded AU50 (PCGS label included, certificate #1347.50/2775016).
Estimated Value $15,000-UP.
Ex Stacks 1/15/08:8021 (via Chris McCawley)-Dan Holmes, McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Goldbergs 9/6/2009:10 (Dan Holmes collection envelope and lot ticket included)-Wes Rasmussen collection.

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$17,825
Lot 220
1793 S-9 R2 Wreath Cent Basal State-1. Glossy chocolate brown and steel. Essentially just well worn. There is an old, shallow counterstamp in the center of the obverse. The date is gone but the portrait is nearly complete, the leaves above the date are mostly defined, and there are traces of the design remaining on the reverse, enough to be certain of the die variety.
Estimated Value $100-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$311
Lot 221
1793 S-11b R4 Wreath Cent With Lettered Edge NGC graded AU Details, Corrosion. Variety with Two Leaves Following Dollar. The NGC label states this piece has a Vine & Bars Edge, which is clearly incorrect. The pronged holder allows one to see the edge lettering and both of the leaves following DOLLAR. A sharp piece, but the right half of the obverse and the right edge of the reverse are covered with fine to moderate roughness while the rest of the planchet is smooth and attractive. No verdigris, and the only mark is a dull nick in the field near the border beads behind the head. Medium chocolate brown and olive, and the smooth portions are glossy. MDS, Breen state III, showing fine but clear die clashmarks on both sides. Struck slightly off center to K-5 leaving some of the border beads off the planchet. Our grade is EF45 sharpness net F12 for the roughness.
Estimated Value $2,500-UP.
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Lot 222
1793 S-11c R3- Wreath Cent with Lettered Edge Basal State-1. Lettered Edge variety with a single leaf following DOLLAR. Not much remaining visible except for the portrait and part of the leaves over the date. Fortunately the edge lettering is readable, including the single leaf following DOLLAR. The planchet is striated. Slightly glossy light chocolate brown.
Estimated Value $100-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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Realized
$253
Lot 223
1793 S-13 R4- VG7. Sharpness at least VF20 but covered with uniform moderate granularity. No marks or verdigris, and the toning is a slightly glossy chocolate brown. Sharply and evenly struck with the date and legends complete and easily readable. In spite of the obvious surface problem, this piece offers decent eye appeal. The edge lettering is bold. Removed from a PCGS slab graded "Genuine, Env. Damage, Fine Details" (PCGS label included).
Estimated Value $6,000-UP.
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Lot 224
1794 S-20b R5 Head of 1793 NGC Good Details, Environmental Damage. The obverse has the details of VG7 while the reverse details are a little weaker, perhaps rating G5. But the planchet is dark and covered with microscopic granularity that dulls the natural gloss. There are a few minor contact marks hidden under the patina but no verdigris. EDS, Breen die state I. The date is clear and the legends, although weak, remain readable with some effort. Our grade is net G4. The attribution is noted on the NGC label.
Estimated Value $1,000-UP.
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Realized
$1,668
Lot 225
1794 S-23 R4+ VG10. The obverse is considerably sharper than the reverse with the details of a VF20 grade but both sides are covered with fine roughness, strongest on the reverse. No verdigris, and the only marks of any consequence are a few small, dull rim nicks at the bottom of the obverse. The date is strong. Dark steel brown. LDS, Breen state V. The die cracks on the obverse are clear.
Estimated Value $500-UP.
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Realized
$1,093
Lot 226
1794 S-26 R2 G5. Sharpness VG10 but there is an old but obvious dig in the curl over the 1 in the date, and the surfaces are covered with fine roughness. No verdigris or other notable marks. Slightly glossy dark olive brown with light chocolate toning on the devices. The date and legends are complete and easily readable. LDS with strong die cracks on the reverse that nearly obliterate CE in CENT.
Estimated Value $150-UP.
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Realized
$219
Lot 227
1794 S-41 R3 ICG graded VF30. Slightly glossy chocolate brown mixed with lighter reddish chocolate and darker olive brown tones. The surfaces are covered with fine roughness on all but the highpoints, which are smooth. The only mark is a thin diagonal nick in the field off the chin. MDS. The die cracks on the reverse are clear but not strong. The date and legends are complete and clear. Our grade is VF30 sharpness net VG10+.
Estimated Value $500-UP.
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Realized
$891
Lot 228
1794 S-44 R1 G4+. The obverse is a bit better while the reverse is weaker, the assigned grade an average of the two sides. Smooth glossy medium brown. No roughness or crud, only a few small contact marks including a pinprick in the field before the neck and a nick close before the nose. LDS. The date is clear but parts of the reverse legend are faint or worn smooth.
Estimated Value $250-UP.
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Lot 229
1794 S-46 R3 AG3. Very slightly sharper but the surfaces are uneven and there are a couple rim bruises on both sides. The date is weak but easily readable, as is most of the legend. Rather glossy light chocolate brown with darker olive brown toning in the protected areas.
Estimated Value $150-UP.
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Realized
$127
Lot 230
1794 S-47 R4 G4. Sharpness at least F12 but moderately corroded. No contact marks, but there is some shallow dark scale in the fields and protected areas. Slightly glossy dark chocolate brown with lighter steel brown toning on the devices. The date and legends are all readable in spite of the roughness.
Estimated Value $200-UP.
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$127
Lot 231
1794 S-49 R2 AG3. Mostly glossy steel brown with darker olive brown toning in protected areas. Microscopic roughness covers the protected areas but essentially this piece is just well worn. The lower half of the date and OF AMERICA are worn away. Everything else remains readable. LDS. The die crack through E to the top of the head is strong.
Estimated Value $100-UP.
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$150
Lot 232
1794 S-54 R3 G5. Sharpness VG10, perhaps even better on the obverse, but there is shallow corrosion on the obverse and fine granularity on the reverse. The notable marks are a dull rim bruise left of the lower curls and several old scratches on the reverse, all old and blended into the natural toning. Steel brown and light chocolate with dark olive toning in protected areas. The date is strong and the legends are easily readable.
Estimated Value $200-UP.
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$253
Lot 233
1794 S-55 R2 VG8. Sharpness VF25 but covered with light to moderate corrosion, strongest in the field before the portrait and at the top of the reverse. No verdigris. The only contact mark is a rim dent at the left edge of the fraction. Slightly glossy reddish brown with darker steel toning on the highpoints. The date and legends remain easily readable. The reverse is rotated 30 degrees CW relative to the normal head-to-foot die orientation.
Estimated Value $300-UP.
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$374
Lot 234
1794 S-57 R1 VG7. Sharpness VF20 but dull from microscopic granularity plus a few small patches of shallow corrosion on the reverse. There is a dull pinprick high on the neck plus a dozen more scattered over the reverse. Dark olive brown and steel with lighter chocolate toning on the highpoints. The date and legends are complete and clear. EDS, before the "trenches" occur in the field before the face.
Estimated Value $200-UP.
Ex Thomas J. Surina Auction Galleries, sale #15, lot 22-Carvin Goodridge collection (lot ticket included).

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$414
Lot 235
1794 S-65 R1 G6. Glossy steel brown and light chocolate. Smooth surfaces free of any notable marks. The obverse is a couple points better than the reverse, as usual for this die variety. EDS.
Estimated Value $200-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$437
Lot 236
1794 S-68 R5 G5. Rather glossy dark olive brown with lighter steel brown toning covering the devices. The obverse is a few points sharper than the reverse, as usual. A minor rim bruise under the 9 in the date is the only notable mark. The bisecting die crack slanting across the obverse is clearly defined and the date is bold.
Estimated Value $500-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$1,610
Lot 237
1794 S-68 R5 G4. Slightly glossy reddish brown and light chocolate. There is some minor roughness, especially on the reverse, but no verdigris. A few rim bumps, the strongest one at ME in AMERICA. The obverse is slightly better, the reverse weaker, no better than AG3. The date and LIBERTY are clear but only half the legends on the reverse are readable. The bisecting die crack on the obverse is visible in spite of the relatively low grade.
Estimated Value $300-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$426
Lot 238
  Quartette of 1794 Cents grading G4 to G6. Includes S-32, S-43, S-65, and S-69. Some are slightly sharper with defects but all have a readable date. Lot of 4 coins.
Estimated Value $400-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$949
Lot 239
  Group of Five 1794 Cents grading AG3. Includes S-21, S-22 (2), S-28, and S-31. All have a readable date. Lot of 5 coins.
Estimated Value $300-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$546
Lot 240
  Group of Eight 1794 Cents grading Fair-2 to AG3. Includes S-22 (2), S-23, S-28, S-30, S-43, S-55, and S-65. Some are sharper with defects but all have a readable date. Lot of 8 coins.
Estimated Value $400-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$719
Lot 241
  Pair of 1795 Cents with Lettered Edge. Includes S-73 R5- Fair-2 and S-76a R5 VF20 net VG7 for porosity. Both have a readable date. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $200-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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Lot 242
1795 S-76a R5 Lettered Edge VG10. A few points sharper but there are a pair of small, shallow planchet voids on the jawline, another on the bust, and a larger one at ST that contains traces of reddish planchet slag. Otherwise the planchet is quite nice for the grade and shows only a few minor contact marks. The notable ones are a fine hairline scratch on the bust above the 5 and a dull rim nick at NI in UNITED. The date is strong and the legends are clear. A decent example of the tough Lettered Edge version of this die variety.
Estimated Value $1,000-UP.
Ex Mick Millard 6/17/1982-Tom Reynolds-Doug Bird 10/1986-Gary Ruttenberg, McCawley & Grellman Auctions 8/17/1996:105 (Ruttenberg collection envelope and lot ticket included).

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Lot 243
1795 S-76b R1 Plain Edge PCGS graded VF30. Glossy medium steel brown with a couple splashes of reddish brown toning on both sides, the largest of these at the bottom of the reverse. No corrosion and the planchet is decent, but there are several light rim bruises on both sides and a diagonal nick on the neck under the ear. EDS, Breen state III, before any swelling in the obverse fields. The planchet appears to be relatively thick in the slab, but there is no edge lettering and the weight is unknown (a few are known struck on thick planchets with unlettered edges). Our grade is net VF20.
Estimated Value $1,000-UP.
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$1,955
Lot 244
1795 S-76b R1 Plain Edge Flip-Over Double Strike VG8. Sharpness EF40 but corroded, lightly on the obverse and moderately on the reverse. Raised greenish verdigris shows on both sides, although at least half the planchet is reasonably smooth and void of any verdigris. No notable contact marks. EDS, prior to any swelling in the obverse fields. This piece was struck two times and flipped over between those strikes. The initial impression was slightly off center to K-5 while the second was better centered on the planchet. OF AMERICA shows clearly along the right side of the obverse while ERTY shows above ES-OF and the bust tip is visible at RI in AMERICA. The two impressions squeezed the planchet sufficiently to increase its diameter to an unusually large 30.5 millimeters. An impressive mint error with sharp details, but the verdigris is a problem.
Estimated Value $250-UP.
Ex Superior 2/16/1976:353-Carvin Goodridge collection (lot ticket included).

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$920
Lot 245
1795 S-76b R1 Plain Edge VG7. A bit sharper but there are a half dozen old scratches on the obverse, all blended perfectly into the attractive glossy steel brown toning. The date is clear but parts of the legend on the reverse are weakened by die swelling. MDS.
Estimated Value $200-UP.
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$196
Lot 246
1795 S-76b R1 Plain Edge G6. Very slightly sharper but covered with extremely fine roughness that dulls the natural gloss. Slightly glossy dark olive brown and chocolate. There are a few light hairline scratches on the reverse and some shallow verdigris in the right side of the wreath. E-MDS showing only a bit of swelling at ERI. The date is clear.
Estimated Value $150-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$230
Lot 247
1795 S-78 R1 Plain Edge G5. The obverse is a point or two better, the reverse a point weaker. Slightly glossy dark steel brown and olive covering microscopic granularity. No marks or verdigris. The date is strong and the legends are readable although portions are weak.
Estimated Value $200-UP.
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$265
Lot 248
1795 S-80 R5+ Jefferson Head With Plain Edge PCGS Graded F15. Rather glossy dark olive brown with lighter chocolate brown toning on the highpoints. Microscopic granularity covers the fields and protected areas on both sides but the overall appearance of this piece is rather nice for the grade, especially on the obverse. There are a few very old contact marks on both sides, including a small chip out of the rim right of the date and a dull scratch hidden in the patina under the date. The detals are well balanced on this piece with a clear date and nearly complete legends on the reverse, only the tops of TES-OF starting to fade into the rim above. Quite often these Jefferson Head Cents are much weaker on the reverse than the obverse details would suggest. A nice example of the popular Jefferson Head variety. Not perfect, but we have never seen one that was even close to that standard. All 5 of the Jefferson Head varieties in the landmark Dan Holmes sale (our sale 9/6/2009, lots 129-133) had significant defects. Our grade is F12. And it comes with a nice provenance.
Estimated Value $50,000-UP.
Ex 1953 ANA Sale, lot 74-Norweb family collection, Bowers & Merena 11/14/1988:2740.

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$80,500
Lot 249
  Quartette of 1795 S-76b Cents grading Fair-2 to G4. Some are slightly sharper with defects but all have a readable date (although a couple of the dates are weak). Lot of 4 coins.
Estimated Value $150-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$334
Lot 250
  Pair of Double Struck 1795 S-78 Plain Edge Cents. The first grades G5 (VG7 on the obverse, AG3 on the reverse) with smooth, glossy brown surfaces. It shows clear doubling on the obverse with a shift between strikes of at least a half millimeter. The reverse shows no doubling, which suggests it was pressed into a second planchet creating an obverse brockage. The second example is rougher and grades net Fair-2, but the shift between strikes was larger, 2 to 3 millimeters, and doubling shows on both sides. The first strike was centered and the second off center to K-11. In addition this one has a curved planchet clip at TY in LIBERTY. The date is strong on the first, weaker but readable on the second. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $150-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$437
Lot 251
  Pair of 1795 Cents with Mint Errors. Includes an S-76b struck 5-10% off center to K-7.5 grading G5 net AG3 for roughness and an S-78 with a 9-millimeter planchet clip below the date grading AG3. Both have a weak but easily readable date. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $150-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$207
Lot 252
1796 S-82 R5 Liberty Cap F12 but Counterstamped. Choice glossy chocolate brown with smooth, very attractive surfaces. Unfortunately for cent collectors (but fortunately for collectors of old counterstamps) there is a strong counterstamp covering most of the portrait. The stamp is "IW" in raised letters inside a depressed rectangle. The origin of this stamp is unknown but it looks quite old (and being stamped on such a nice 1796 cent supports the age theory). The date and legends outside the wreath are strong.
Estimated Value $250-UP.
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$460
Lot 253
1796 S-91 R3 Liberty Cap AG3. Slightly sharper but covered with fine roughness. No marks or verdigris. Slightly glossy dark steel and olive brown. The date is clear.
Estimated Value $100-UP.
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$127
Lot 254
1796 S-97 R3 Draped Bust VF20. Sharpness EF40 but covered with fine granularity. No verdigris and only a few trivial marks, including a small rim nick at the second S in STATES. Slightly glossy dark steel and olive brown. Sharply struck E-MDS, Breen state II. There is a narrow rim break or dentil fusing opposite the mouth and chin but the crack at TY has not formed. The date and legends are all bold.
Estimated Value $1,500-UP.
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$2,070
Lot 255
1796 S-101 R5- Draped Bust F12. Sharpness VF20 with a splash of fine mixed with raised corrosion mixed with verdigris on the 96 in the date with similar splashes near the dentils before the chin and throat. The reverse is nicer with only a few small spots of similar roughness. Otherwise the planchet is smooth and shows only a few light contact marks. Rather glossy chocolate and steel brown with darker olive brown toning in the roughened areas. E-MDS, Breen state II. The date and legends are complete and easily readable.
Estimated Value $1,500-UP.
Ex Doug Bird 7/31/2001-Terry Denman collection.

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$1,323
Lot 256
1796 S-103 R4+ LIHERTY Obverse VG10. Sharpness F12 with extremely fine roughness under a mostly glossy patina of chocolate with lighter steel brown toning on the devices. This piece offers excellent eye appeal for the grade in spite of the imperfect surfaces. The only marks, and they are trivial, are a tiny tick on the top of the 7 and a very tiny rim bruise at the E in AMERICA. The date is complete and easily readable although the bottom is starting to weaken as it begins to flow into the rim below. The LIHERTY error (the B was first punched into the die inverted, then corrected) is strong. EDS, Breen state I, before any obvious die cracks on the reverse.
Estimated Value $1,000-UP.
Ex Frank Cluverius-Dr. Thomas S. Chalkley, Superior 1/28/1990:274-Wes Rasmussen, McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Superior 6/5/2000:138.

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$2,990
Lot 257
1796 S-106 R4+ Draped Bust AG3. A point sharper with a half dozen old scratches in the field behind the portrait. Slightly glossy chocolate brown and steel with some lighter brown highpoints. The date is weak but easily readable, as are most of the legends.
Estimated Value $150-UP.
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Lot 258
1796 S-117 R5+ Draped Bust PCGS Genuine, Environmental Damage. Sharpness VG7 or slightly better but covered with fine corrosion. There is shallow verdigris in the fields and protected areas but no significant signs of contact or other distractions. Somewhat glossy dark olive brown. The date is strong and the legends are complete except for strike weakness at UNITED. MDS with a clear die crack through the tops of RTY. Our grade is net G4. The attribution is noted on the PCGS label.
Estimated Value $300-UP.
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$552
Lot 259
  Pair of 1796 Liberty Cap Cents. Includes S-81 R3 G5 (obverse VG7, reverse AG3), and S-89 R3 G5 net G4 for a couple fresh contact marks. Both have a strong date. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $300-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$575
Lot 260
  Group of Eight 1796 Liberty Cap Cents grading Basal State-1 to AG3. Most grade Fair-2. Some are sharper with defects but all have a readable date (although a few of the dates are weak). Includes S-82, S-85, S-86, S-88, S-91, and 3 that are unattributed due to worn out reverses. Lot of 8 coins.
Estimated Value $200-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$719
Lot 261
  Quartette of 1796 Draped Bust Cents. Includes S-92 R3 AG3, S-99 LDS R5 Fair-2, S-101 R5- AG3, and S-104 R3 LIHERTY Obverse AG3. Some are sharper with defects and all have a weak but readable date. The LIHERTY error is visible. Lot of 4 coins.
Estimated Value $300-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$834
Lot 262
  Trio of Early Cents, 1796-1797, with Mint Errors. The first is a 1796 S-85 R5- Liberty Cap with a straight edge clip that may not be of mint origin grading G6. Second is a 1797 S-120a R3 Reverse of 1796 with a 7-millimeter planchet clip grading net G4. The last is a 1797 S-140 R1 with a planchet lamination on the reverse grading G5. All have a clear date. Lot of 3 coins.
Estimated Value $150-UP.
Ex Carvin Goodridge collection.

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$322
Lot 263
1797 S-121b R3- Gripped Edge, Reverse of 1796 VG8. Sharpness F12 with uniform very fine granularity under dark steel toning. No marks or verdigris. The date is bold and the legends are easily readable. MDS, Breen state III, with an obvious die crack from the rim to the hair ribbon. The grip marks on the edge are obvious.
Estimated Value $100-UP.
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$265
Lot 264
1797 S-123 R4 F12. Sharpness VF25 or a bit better but there is a rather deep planchet void in the field under the tip of the chin, a shallow dent on the nose, and a collection of tiny scratches close before the tip of the nose. Rather glossy dark steel and olive brown with lighter chocolate toning on the highpoints. LDS, Breen state IV, with a clear die crack through the base of the denominator. A die state not represented in the Nichols Hoard of mint state 1796 and 1797 cents.
Estimated Value $300-UP.
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$552
Lot 265
1797 S-124 R5+ F12. Sharpness VF30 but covered with uniform fine granularity under a rather glossy greenish olive brown patina. The highpoints are a lighter shade of steel brown. No verdigris, and the only marks are a very dull scratch in the field before the portrait and another off the tip of the nose. MDS, Breen state IV, with die clashmarks under the hair ribbon and obvious swelling at the 797 and bust tip. A variety that is very difficult to find nice; the finest grades only F15. Removed from an NCS slab graded VF Details, Corroded (NCS label included, and it shows the attribution and Jules Reiver provenance).
Estimated Value $1,500-UP.
Ex Penn Valley Coin Co. 12/1/1966-Jules Reiver, Heritage 1/24/2006:19319.

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