Attractive lustrous brown fields with some slight planchet irregularity on the obverse. Well struck with nice detail.
Late die state, Ryder 7
Scarce Baby Head issue. Glossy lustrous brown surfaces with a large planchet fissure on the obverse. One of the finest examples of the variety. Ryder-9. Ex: Bowers and Merena, Cole Collection. January 1986, Lot 1166.
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.
Breen Letter included with lot if requested by buyer.
A nice, affordable example of this first dollar coin supposedly produced under the auspices of the Continental Congress.
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.
Handsome example of this early half cent type coin with nice remaining details and pleasing dark chocolate surfaces.
A delightfully smooth example of this popular early half cent issue. Bold detail and charming eye appeal. The number one set contains a MS62BN example for the date.
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.
Popular collector date and draped bust half cent type coin.
PCGS #35173. Popular collector date and draped bust half cent type coin.
Obverse-Same as Cohen 3, small 5 in date. LIBERTY has no feet. Reverse-Stems on the reverse. Leaf tip is under the center of the O in OF. (On the more common Stems reverse, this leaf tip is under the right side of the O in OF.)
Obverse: the 6 of the date is small and high. The space between the 0 and 6 is equal to the space between the 8 and 0. (On more common Small 6 with Stems variety, the 0 and 6 are closely spaced. Reverse: No stems on the wreath.
The number one set hosts a AU53 example of this overdate.
Great for the grade! CAC approved for quality.
Lustrous chocolate colored surfaces overlaid in patina of rose gold with hints of olive toning throughout. Sharp detail and wonderfully original eye appeal! CAC approved for quality. The Hansen Collection holds a MS65BN example for the date in the number one registry set.
Scarce variety that is much tougher than its 13-star counterpart. Nicely struck with distraction free surfaces. Attractive golden-brown coloration throughout with deep charcoal tones featured on the portrait and left field of the obverse. CAC approved for quality. The primary set houses a MS64BN example for the date.
Nice type coin.
A scarce issue to find in full red! Beautiful red-orange fields glow with stunning luster. The Hansen Collection holds one of the three finest known examples for the date, a MS65RD.
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