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    Choice Colonial

    1766 Pitt Halfpenny PCGS/CAC XF40

    Vault Value
    $2,000.00
     

    Often referred to as Pitt tokens, the Colonial pieces were issued in honor of William Pitt, a British politician who concerned himself trying to get the Stamp Act repealed. Attractive, chocolate brown specimen with CAC approval for quality.


    Choice Colonial

    1789 Mott Token PCGS/CAC MS62 (Thick Engrailed Edge)

    No Reserve
    Next Bid: $2,401.00
    Closes: 2D 12H

    Once believed to be America's first native trade token. This early die state with impressively smooth fields features a rounding of the obverse field is typical of this issue. is An unusually thick Mott token example with die crack extending from the left bottom of the clock. Tied for finest graded by PCGS with just one other coin. CAC approved for quality.


    Beautiful AU

    1793 1/2c PCGS AU50 ex: D.L. Hansen

    $31,750.00
     

    Lovely and well-preserved AU example. Light, even wear present across the reliefs. Smooth olive-brown surfaces show hints of original red patina and nice remaining luster. The Hansen Collection holds the finest known example for the date, a MS65BN.


    Scarce Early Type Coin

    1794 1/2c PCGS XF45+ (C-9 High Relief Head) ex: D.L. Hansen

    Next Bid: $7,050.00
    Closes: 2D 12H

    PCGS #35063. Scarce type coin from 1794! An example of the Cohen 9 die variety, this would make an excellent type coin, as it is the more common of the three varieties. Pleasing chocolate surfaces exhibit olive-gold overtones and are delightfully smooth and boldly detailed. The relief of the hair is medallic and three-dimensional in appearance. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. An AU50 example of this variety resides in the Hansen Collection primary set.


    Elusive Half Cent

    1802/0 1/2c PCGS F15 (Rev of 1802) ex: D.L. Hansen

    $5,750.00
     

    The 1802 half cent is a challenging date and the key issue in the Draped Bust series. The Reverse of 1800 is so rare as to be almost prohibitive with just a handful known, making the reverse of 1802 the primary collectible variety. The present coin has a even dark chocolate color throughout and nice eye appeal for the grade. The number one set holds a VF20 example for the date.