Platinum Night Rarities Shine in Heritage’s July 2008 Baltimore ANA Signature Auction

by Heritage Auctions on July 17, 2008 · 0 comments

Dallas, TX. Significant and classic rarities from all series in American numismatics are available in Heritage’s Platinum Night catalog for the Official Auction of the Baltimore 2008 ANA World’s Fair of Money®. The auction will be held in Baltimore July 30 – Aug. 3, with Platinum Night on July 31, 2008. The auction is now posted by Heritage Auction Galleries on their HA.com website, and all lots are available for inspection and bidding.

Nine Heritage Coin Highlights in Platinum Night Rarities for Baltimore ANA Auction

“The great rarities included in this auction are dazzling,” commented Heritage President Greg Rohan, “and in such a strong market, we predict that many records will be set.

The Baltimore ANA contains rarities from 400 consignors, but I must call special attention to the magnificent gold in Part Five of the Stephen Stokely Collection (his $20 Saint-Gaudens Registry Collection) and the Pierson MacDonald Grieve Collection, the Large Cents of the Joshua Collection;

Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets, and The Ed Price Collection of Early Dime and Quarter Eagle Varieties.

Other important anchor consignments include: The Oscar Alexander Collection of 1908 Gold; The Aspen Collection; The Bayside New York Collection of Half Dollars, 1794-1807; The Duffy Collection; The “A Gift of Undeserved Favor” Collection; The Glenwood Collection, Part Two; The Jerry Kochel Collection; The Dan McClure Collection; The Dennis Nelson Collection; The Estate of Robert R. Rollins Collection, Part Three; The Estate of Francis A. Sullivan, Jr., Part Three; and The University Drive Collection.

This auction contains a wide range of rarities at many price levels. The special lot added to the auction – lunch with Jim Halperin for the benefit of the ANA – is also attracting significant attention!”

 

Highlights from Heritage’s Baltimore ANA Platinum Night

 

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Lot 1468: (1615-16) Sommer Islands Shilling, Small Sail, VF20 PCGS.

This is the first coinage struck in the new world, and a significant rarity.

 

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Lot 1500: 1793 Chain cent, AMERICA, S-2, B-2, High R.4 AU55 PCGS.

The S-2 die marriage immediately followed the S-1 Chain AMERI variety, and was probably included in the coiner’s very first large cent delivery of March 1, 1793, consisting of 11,178 coins. Ex: Norweb, now From The Aspen Collection.

 

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Lot 1502: 1793 S-8 Vine and Bars Wreath Cent, MS64 Brown PCGS. S-8, R.3.

Wreath cents are known with a Vine and Bars edge design, like the earlier Chain cents, and also with a Lettered edge, like the later Liberty Cap cents. From the Joshua Collection.

 

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Lot 1544: Unique 1864 L on Ribbon Indian Cent, PR64 Red PCGS. Snow-PR3.

The proof 1864 With L Indian cent is a legendary rarity, one that has been well known and well respected since shortly after its production.

 

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Lot 1560: 1944-S Steel Cent MS66 NGC.

This is one of only two known examples of this wartime error, and it is the only known Uncirculated example.

 

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Lot 1585: 1927 Buffalo Nickel, SP65 Special Strike PCGS.

This is one of only three examples of the specimen striking known, quite possibly from the estate of John Sinnock. Ex: Jim Halperin; Larry Whitlow; Andy Lustig; “Southern Gentleman.”

 

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Lot 1588: 1792 Half Disme, Judd-7, Pollock-7, R.4, AU55 PCGS.

The Mint Act of April 2, 1792, established a Mint at Philadelphia (the nation’s capital at the time), and President Washington referred to making “a small beginning in the coinage of half-dismes” in his address to Congress on Nov. 6.

 

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Lot 1631: 1827/3 Original Quarter, PR62 NGC. B-1. Ex: Norweb Collection.

Joseph J. Mickley (1799-1878), a noted 19th-century collector who is often called the “Father of American Numismatics,” was seeking a Bust quarter dated 1827 for his collection. He went to the U.S. Mint late in 1827 and purchased four proof (as all are) 1827/3 Original quarters for a “Spanish or Mexican silver dollar.”

 

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Lot 1632: 1827/3 Restrike Quarter, PR63 PCGS. B-2.

Despite a recorded original mintage of 4,000 pieces for this fabled rarity, most (or perhaps all) of those coins were actually dated 1825. Apparently ten or so Originals can be accounted for today, with perhaps fifteen silver Restrikes and a few copper pieces.

 

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Lot 1640: 1853 Arrows and Rays Quarter, PR67 NGC.

This is the finest certified survivor of this classic one-year type rarity, and quite probably the Finest Known.

 

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Lot 1667: 1796 Half Dollar 15 Stars, O-101, R.5, AU58 PCGS.

The Draped Bust Small Eagle half dollar, bearing the date 1796 or 1797, is rare in any level of preservation, with a total two-year mintage of only 3,918 pieces. Ex: The Richard Genaitis Collection (Heritage 2001 Atlanta ANA, 8/2001), lot 6090.

 

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Lot 1668: 1796 Half Dollar 15 Stars, O-101, R.5, AU58 PCGS.

This near-Mint 1796 15 stars half is a truly exceptional coin that will make a handsome addition to a high-grade type set or a date/variety collection of early half dollars. Ex: Anderson Dupont Collection, R.L. Miles Collection, Dr. E. Yale Clarke Collection, and now From the Bayside New York Collection.

 

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Lot 1680: 1817/4 Half Dollar, O-102, R.7, VG8 ICG with obverse scratch.

This is the newly discovered ninth known specimen of the rare 1817/4 overdate half dollar. ICG grades this piece VG8, and indicates on the insert the Overton variety, “9th Known,” and “Obv. Scratch.”

 

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Lot 1690: 1839-O Capped Bust Half Dollar, PR64 NGC. CAC.

The 1839-O proof halves (with perhaps six known) are substantially rarer than the 1838-O proof half dollars (with perhaps eleven proofs known). The present coin is the first proof 1839-O half dollar that we have offered in any of our auctions.

 

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Lot 1718: 1794 $1 VF25 NGC. B-1, BB-1, R.4.

As the first U.S. silver dollar, the 1794 is always in great demand from specialists and general collectors, including first-year of issue type collectors. The demand far exceeds the limited supply of just 130 examples that have survived since they were minted on October 15, 1794.

 

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Lot 1723: 1795 Flowing Hair Dollar, Two Leaves, B-2, BB-20, R.3, MS65 NGC.

The 1795 B-2 dollar is a slightly scarcer die combination, certainly harder to locate than either B-1 or B-5, the two most common 1795 Flowing Hair dollar varieties. Ex: Jascha Heifetz Collection; Cardinal Collection.

 

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Lot 1746: 1802 Narrow Date Dollar, B-6, BB-241, MS65 NGC

The broken T in LIBERTY, missing its right foot, is an immediately recognizable hallmark of the 1802 Narrow Date dollar. This piece is absolutely stunning with its brilliant silver surfaces and frosty mint luster.

 

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Lot 1756: 1850 Seated Dollar, PR66 Star Cameo, Ex: Kaufman

The proof 1850 silver dollar is an extremely rare issue with cameo contrast, and this is the finest of about 20 proofs known — and the only Premium Gem that carries NGC’s Star Designation.

 

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Lot 1760: 1863 Seated Dollar, PR69 NGC.

Perhaps one of the most incredible Seated Liberty dollars that has ever appeared on the market, as it approaches absolute perfection. It is the only No Motto Seated dollar that NGC has certified as PR69.

 

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Lot 1766: Ten-Piece 1866 Proof Set

A fabulous, complete, high grade, ten-piece proof set and a date that is rarely seen as a complete set; grades range from PR64 to PR66, and mostly Gem.

 

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Lot 1783: 1889-CC Morgan Dollar, MS65 NGC.

This is one of the Finest Known examples of this key issue, from the always-popular Carson City mint.

 

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Lot 1789: 1895-O Morgan Dollar, MS66 NGC. Ex: Eliasberg.

This amazing coin, out of the famed Eliasberg Collection, was acquired directly from the New Orleans Mint in 1895. Ex: J.M. Clapp; John H. Clapp; Clapp Estate; Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr.; Stellar Collection.

 

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Lot 1858: 1849 Oregon Exchange Co. $5, AU58 PCGS. K-1, R.5.

The Oregon Territory name was used for both the unorganized Oregon Country that was claimed by Britain and the United States, as well as for the organized Oregon Territory formed from it, which existed from 1848 to 1859. This amazing coin is tied for the finest certified at PCGS.

 

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Lot 1859: 1830 Templeton Reid $2.50, K-1, MS61 NGC. K-1, R.6.

This is one of perhaps three Mint State pieces certified from one of the earliest and most enigmatic figures associated with so-called Territorial gold coinage of the United States.

 

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Lot 1864: 1855 Wass, Molitor $50, K-9, MS61 NGC. CAC. K-9, R.5.

Only one example has been certified finer.

 

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Lot 1882: 1861-D Gold $1 MS65 NGC. Ex: Duke’s Creek. Variety 12-Q.

This is the incomparable Duke’s Creek example of the final Dahlonega gold dollar variety.

 

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Lot 1889: 1802 $2.50, MS64 NGC. Breen-6118, BD-3, R.5.

A lustrous near-Gem, with lovely yellow-gold and lime-green coloration intermingled across both sides.

 

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Lot 1890: 1802/1 $2.50 MS65 NGC. BD-3, Breen-6118, R.5.

Even after decades of research on this classic rarity, the question remains whether this is a true overdate or features a mark left by a defective 2 punch.

 

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Lot 1931: 1879 Flowing Hair Stella, PR61 Cameo NGC. Judd-1635, R.3.

The concept of international trade coins is quite old, and has finally come to fruition in the Dollar and the Euro. Though the stella as an international coinage concept proved unpalatable to Congress, its manifestation as a golden pattern was a different matter.

 

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Lot 1932: 1879 Flowing Hair Stella, PR64 Cameo PCGS. Judd-1635, R.3.

All of the four gold stella variants are considered among the most desirable U.S. coins.

 

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Lot 1936: 1795 Small Eagle $5, MS62 NGC. Breen-6412, Bass-3035, BD-1, R.5.

This classic rarity issue was America’s first gold coin, and is always desirable.

 

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Lot 1951: 1812 Narrow 5D $5, MS65 NGC. Breen-6465, BD-2, High R.4.

This variety, with the 5 and D in the denomination closely spaced, is far more elusive than the Wide 5D pairing that shares the same obverse die, the two marriages constituting all half eagle varieties for the year.

 

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Lot 1955: 1825/4 $5, AU50 NGC. BD-2, R.8.

The 1825/4 is a part of the Capped Head half eagle type, one of the rarest series of American coins. Until the late 1970s, the 1825/4 BD-2 was believed to be a unique coin (the Mendes Cohen piece in the Eliasberg Collection). The story of the discovery of this piece in the Kaufman Collection is a fascinating one, and was related in an article by Jeff Starck in the August 25, 2003 issue of Coin World.

 

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Lot 1993: 1909 $5 PR67 Matte NGC.

The Trompeter-DiBello 1909 $5 is unique as a Matte Proof.

 

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Lot 2038: 1920-S $10 MS64 NGC.

This is the second rarest issue in the popular series.

 

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Lot 2054: 1866 $20 MS64 Star Deep Mirror Prooflike NGC.

Seasoned numismatists are careful to avoid the term “finest known,” but this special coin is so magnificent in quality and beauty relative to other known examples that the term can be applied with confidence.

 

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Lot 2077: 1907 $20 High Relief, Flat Rim MS68 NGC. CAC.

This is one of just three Flat Rim pieces that are certified as MS68 by NGC, with none graded any higher; and PCGS has certified only a single Flat Rim representative as MS68, with none finer, as of (6/08). From The Pierson MacDonald Grieve Collection.

 

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Lot 2106: 1921 $20 MS64 PCGS. CAC.

The 1921 is a classic rarity in the Saint-Gaudens double eagle series, and this is one of the finest known. Ex: Morse Collection, now From the Stephen Stokely Collection, Part Five.

 

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Lot 2129: 1930-S $20 MS66 PCGS.

A remarkable and elusive example of the 1930-S Saint, in Condition Census and tied for the finest certified.

 

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Lot 2132: 1931-D $20, MS66 PCGS. CAC. Ex: Price; Morse.

There was little demand for twenty dollar gold pieces in 1931, two years into the Great Depression, and the nadir of that massive economic downturn. From the Stephen Stokely Collection, Part Five.

 

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Lot 2151: 1920 ‘Wilson Dollar’ in Gold, HK-1031, MS62 NGC.

This is the finest certified of perhaps three known examples of the “so-called dollar” celebrating the 1920 opening of the Manila Mint.

 

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Lot 2165: 1916 Walking Liberty Half Dollar Pattern, Judd-1992 (ex: J-1797), Pollock-2053, Low R.7, PR65 NGC.

A significant 20th century pattern; quite possibly the finest available of any 1916 half dollar pattern.

 

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Lot 2172: Heavy Kellogg & Humbert Gold Ingot, 126.44 Ounces

Kellogg & Humbert was well known to collectors long before the recovery of the S.S. Central America treasure in 1988.

 

Platinum Night treasures from Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets; virtually all are “Finest Known” or “Among the Finest Known,” and include important pedigrees such as Pittman and Garrett.

 

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Lot 1806: 1843 Tripled Date Half Dime, PR67 Star NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1807: 1843 Dime, PR66 Cameo NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1808: 1843 Quarter PR66 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1809: 1843 Half Dollar PR66 Cameo NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1810: Attractive 1843 Proof Dollar, PR64 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1811: Exquisite 1847 Half Dime, PR66 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1812: Gorgeous 1847 Dime, PR66 Cameo NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1813: Stunning 1847 Quarter, PR66 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1814: Splendid 1847 Half Dollar, PR64 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1815: Wonderful 1847 Dollar, PR65 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1816: Fantastic 1848 Proof Half Dime, PR66 Cameo NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1817: Delightful 1848 Proof Dime, PR66 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1818: 1848 Quarter, PR66 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1819: 1848 Half Dollar, PR66 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1820: 1848 Dollar, PR67 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1821: 1852 Half Dime, PR64 Cameo NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1822: 1852 Dime, PR67 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1823: 1852 Quarter, PR65 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1824: 1852 Half Dollar, PR65 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1825: 1852 Restrike Dollar, PR65 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1826: 1857 Half Dime, PR67 Star Cameo NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1827: 1857 Dime, PR67 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1828: 1857 Quarter, PR66 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1829: 1857 Half Dollar, PR67 NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

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Lot 1830: 1857 Dollar, PR66 Cameo NGC. From Part Four of the Phil Kaufman Collection of Early Proof Sets.

 

Platinum Night treasures from the Ed Price Collection, the first and only complete collection of early Dime and Early Quarter Eagle varieties, featuring all of the shared reverse dies.

 

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1792 Disme, Judd-10, High R.6, PR62 Brown NGC. Ex: Judd. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1796 Dime, JR-1, R.3, MS64 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1796 Dime, JR-1, R.3, Very Rare EDS. Good 6 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1796 Dime, JR-2, R.4, MS64 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1796 Dime, JR-3, R.5, MS63 NGC. Ex: Koshkarian. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1796 Dime, JR-4, R.4, MS67 * NGC. Ex: Stack. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1796 Dime, JR-5, R.5, MS62 NGC. Ex: Whitney, Norweb. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1796 Dime, JR-6, R.3, MS64 Prooflike NGC. Ex: Whitney, Bareford. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1796 Dime, JR-7, R.9, Fair Details NCS. Discovery Coin. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1797 Dime, 16 Stars, JR-1, R.4, MS62 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1797 Dime, 13 Stars, JR-2, R.4, MS65 NGC. Ex: Bolen, Lovejoy, Atwater. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1798/7 Dime, 16 Stars Reverse, JR-1, R.3, MS65 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1798/97 Dime, 13 Stars Reverse, JR-2, R.6, MS63 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1798 Dime, Small 8, JR-3, R.5, MS66 NGC. Ex: Eliasberg. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1798 Dime, Large 8, JR-4, R.3, MS64 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1800 Dime, JR-1, R.4, AU58 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1800 Dime, JR-2, R.5, MS65 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1800 Dime, JR-2, R.5, Double Struck, MS63 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1801 Dime, JR-1, R.4, MS63 NGC. Ex: Bolen, Atwater. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1801 Dime, JR-1, R.4, Double Struck, AG3 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1801 Dime, JR-2, R.5, MS61 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1801 Dime, JR-2, R.5, AU58 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1801 Dime, JR-2, R.5, AU Details NCS, Very Rare EDS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1802 Dime, JR-1, R.8, AU Details NCS. Ex: Munoz. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1802 Dime, JR-2, R.5, MS61 NGC. Ex: Robison. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1802 Dime, JR-2, R.5, AU55 NGC. Ex: Miles. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1802 Dime, JR-3, R.6, AU58 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1802 Dime, JR-3, R.6, Double Struck, Fair 2 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1802 Dime, JR-4, R.4, MS62 NGC. Ex: Lovejoy, Bareford, Menjou. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1802 Dime, JR-4, R.4, Obverse Cud, XF Details NCS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1803 Dime, JR-1, R.7, XF40 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1803 Dime, JR-2, R.6, AU58 NGC. Ex: Pittman. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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1803 Dime, JR-3, R.4, MS64 NGC. Ex: Lovejoy, Parmelee. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9047&type=prte-pr071608a

1803 Dime, JR-4, R.5, AU55 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9059&type=prte-pr071608a

1803 Dime, JR-5, R.8, XF Details NCS. Discovery Coin. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9052&type=prte-pr071608a

1804 Dime, 13 Stars, JR-1, R.5, AU55 NGC. Ex: Pittman. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9053&type=prte-pr071608a

1804 Dime, 14 Stars, JR-2, R.5, AU58 NGC. Ex: Eliasberg. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9054&type=prte-pr071608a

1805 Dime, Five Berries, JR-1, R.3, MS64 Prooflike NGC. Ex: Gilhousen. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9045&type=prte-pr071608a

1805 Dime, Five Berries, JR-1, R.3, Medal Turn Dies, Fine 15 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9061&type=prte-pr071608a

1805 Dime, Five Berries, JR-2 MS64 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9001&type=prte-pr071608a

1807 Dime, JR-1, R.2, Curved Clip, MS66 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9044&type=prte-pr071608a

1807 Dime, JR-1, R.2, MS64 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9030&type=prte-pr071608a

1807 Dime, JR-1, R.2, Double Struck, VG Details NCS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9012&type=prte-pr071608a

1796 $2.50, No Stars, BD-1, High R.7, XF45 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9002&type=prte-pr071608a

1796 $2.50, No Stars, B-2, R.4, MS61 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9003&type=prte-pr071608a

1796 $2.50, With Stars, BD-3, High R.5, MS62 NGC. Ex: Clapp, Eliasberg. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9008&type=prte-pr071608a

1797 $2.50, BD-1, R.6, AU55 NGC. Ex: Fairfield, J.F. Bell. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9009&type=prte-pr071608a

1798 $2.50, Four Berries, BD-1, High R.5, AU55 NGC. Ex: Stack. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9010&type=prte-pr071608a

1798 $2.50, Five Berries, BD-2, R.5, AU58 NGC. Ex: Keston. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9014&type=prte-pr071608a

1802 $2.50, BD-1, R.4, AU58 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9006&type=prte-pr071608a

1802 $2.50, BD-2, High R.5, MS62 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9007&type=prte-pr071608a

1802 $2.50, BD-3, R.5, MS63 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9016&type=prte-pr071608a

1804 $2.50, 13 Stars, BD-1, High R.6, AU55 NGC. Ex: Keston. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9015&type=prte-pr071608a

1804 $2.50, 14 Stars, BD-2, R.4, AU58 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9017&type=prte-pr071608a

1805 $2.50, BD-1, R.4, AU58 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9018&type=prte-pr071608a

1805 $2.50, BD-1, R.4, Double Struck, AU58 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9013&type=prte-pr071608a

1806/4 $2.50, 8×5 Stars, BD-1, High R.4, AU55 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9011&type=prte-pr071608a

1806/5 $2.50, 7×6 Stars, BD-2, High R.5, AU55 PCGS. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9004&type=prte-pr071608a

1807 $2.50, BD-1, R.3, AU58 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

http://www.HA.com/1114-9005&type=prte-pr071608a

1807 $2.50, BD-1, R.3, Clashed Reverse, AU58 NGC. From the Ed Price Collection.

 

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