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    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.


    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.


    Scarce Variety

    1828 1/2c PCGS/CAC MS63 BN (12 Stars) ex: D.L. Hansen

    Next Bid: $1,775.00
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    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.


    Colorful Toning!

    1848 1/2c PCGS/CAC Proof 65 BN (Restrike, Rev of 1856) ex: Missouri Cabinet Collection/D.L. Hansen

    $12,750.00
     

    PCGS# 35390. Stunningly preserved gem! Attractive medium brown surfaces with subtle overtones of bluish steel. The fields are highly reflective with moderate to deep mirrors on both sides that display neon tints of blue-green, pink, and violet. Phenomenal eye appeal. CAC approved for quality. The Hansen Collection holds another example of the same grade for the date.


    Beautiful Gem

    1854 3cS PCGS MS66 ex: D.L. Hansen

    $5,750.00
     

    Flashy mint luster gleams through silver surfaces with tints of pale gold here and there. Trace die clashes can be seen on the obverse but no surface marks of any significance. Scarce and popular type 2, 3-cent silver type that was only issued from 1854-1856. A MS66+ example for the date is displayed in the Hansen Collection number one set.


    Beautiful Gem Trime

    1858 3cS PCGS/CAC Proof 66+ ex: D.L. Hansen

    $20,500.00
     

    High-end premium gem with a needle-sharp strike. Rose gold centers yield outwardly to bands of electric blue, violet, and sea-foam green enhancing already astonishing eye appeal. Mintage of only 300 coins. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. The Hansen Collection number one registry set displays a finest known PR66CAM example for the date.