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Dutch Country Auctions / The Stamp Center Sale - 17

U.S. Coins

Colonial Coins
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
1 image 1786 Connecticut Mailed Bust Facing Left. Fine or better detail w/ a very appealing coloration. See the pic! (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $150-200 SE


SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
2 image 1787 Massachusetts Cent "Horned Eagle" variety PCGS VF Detail Corroded. Modest environmental damage on the obv, but the rev is beautifully detailed, and overall, this would make an excellent type coin for this particular Colonial. Inspect! (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $350-500 SE


SOLD for $410.00
Will close during Public Auction
Half Cents
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
3 image 1834 Classic Head PCGS AU Detail Damaged. A few stray marks in the left obv field keep this coin from a straight grade. However, nice overall, and lovely brown color. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $100-20 SE


SOLD for $90.00
Will close during Public Auction
4 image 1850 at least XF+ perhaps better. Lovely medium brown w/ minimal imperfections. One of the most sought-after dates in the entire series, and scarcest of the later half cents. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $270-350 SE


SOLD for $330.00
Will close during Public Auction
5 image 1853 Coronet Head AU+ light brown. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $125-150 SE


SOLD for $135.00
Will close during Public Auction
6 image (4) incl 1800 G+, 1807 G+, 1809 VG, & 1810 VG. Nice originals. (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged)

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Est. $300-350 SE


CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
7 image (2) Classic Heads: 1809 G & 1826 abt F both brown w/ no damage. (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged)

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Est. $100-125 SE


SOLD for $86.00
Will close during Public Auction
Large Cents
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
8 image 1794 Head of 1794 S-54 (R3) PCGS XF Details Environmental Damage. Great detail on a planchet that shows modest microscopic pitting under magnification. The S-54 is known for being struck on unusually thick planchets. Details grades are the norm for the early large cents, and as such, the present example is an appealing coin overall. In comparison to the Greysheet XF40 bid of $3,500, our estimate seems quite conservative. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $2,200-2,600 HWC-SE


SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
9 image 1795 Lettered Edge S-75 (R3) NGC XF Details Burnished. Glossy and nicely preserved, the biggest issue being a small gouge running from Liberty's eye to her ear. Still an attarctive coin. Greysheet bid for XF40 is $3,600 for comparison. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $2,000-2,500 HWC-SE


SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
10 image 1795 Plain Edge S-78 VG perhaps VG+. This variety is unique in that in the rev wreath, it has only 4 berries on the right and 3 berries on the left, while all other 1795 varieties have 9 total berries. This is a very attractive coin w/ medium brown color. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $360-450 SE


SOLD for $360.00
Will close during Public Auction
11 image 1797 Rev of 1797 w/ Stems S-128 (R3) PCGS VF Details Repaired. The repair is clearly a smoothing of the coin's surfaces to lessen the effect of the general porosity of the planchet. The coin is not "expertly" recolored but the quality is adequate. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $700-900 HWC-SE


SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
12 image 1798 over 7 (1st Hair Style) S-152 (R2) PCGS VF Details Corrosion. Undoubtedly excavated still adequate detail especially on the rev. (Greysheet bid for VF = $1,600.) (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $1,100-1,250 HWC-SE


CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
13 image 1798 2nd Hair Style S-176 (R4) NGC VF Details - Environmental Damage. Even flat-brown color. Nice enough to have straight-graded - there was really no need to indicate the environmental damage. A nice coin especially for a scarcer variety. (Greysheet bid for VF = $1,500.) (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $1,000-1,200 HWC-SE


CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
14 image 1798 2nd Hair Style S-185 NGC VF20 Brown. In this variety, the 9 in the date sits low, but it must be an early die state because the cracks that are sometimes seen in the right obv field are not there. Lovely dark brown color. (Image) Est. $600-750 SE


SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction
15 image 1800 S-207 (R3) NGC VF Details - Corrosion. Even dark brown color. The rev cud under "100" that defines the variety shows plainly. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $400-550 HWC-SE


CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
16 image 1803 Sm Date Sm Fraction S-259 (R4) PCGS XF Details - Environmental Damage. Some texturing of the surfaces but evenly colored, and overall, a lovely example of this scarce variety. (Greysheet bid for XF40 = $2,000.) Inspect! (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $1,100-1,300 HWC-SE


CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
17 image 1807 Large Fraction S-276 (R1) NGC AU Details - Environmental Damage. An evenly colored, well-preserved coin. Shows about 150-degree die rotation which this variety is known for. (Greysheet AU bid is $2,000.) (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $1,250-1,500 HWC-SE


SOLD for $1,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
18 image 1814 Plain 4 S-295 Good. Beautiful chocolate brown w/ even wear. Research indicates that the 1814 Plain 4 issue was actually struck in 1816 due to a dramatic increase in the demand for one-cent pieces caused by their non-issue in 1815. (No cents were coined in 1815 because a fire had destroyed the mint's rolling mills.) The 1814 Plain 4 issue was struck early in 1816 to fill the immediate need for cents because the dies with the new Matron Head design that replaced the Classic Heads would not be completed until later that year. (Matron Head cents would ultimately be issued continuously thru 1834.) (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $100-125 SE


SOLD for $105.00
Will close during Public Auction
19 image 1828 Large Date N-6 (R1) ANACS EF40. Even brown w/ a lot of detail. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $240-300 SE


SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
Indian Cents
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
20 image 1873 Closed 3 MS60+ Brown w/ original red showing in the recessed areas. Decent strike w/ about 3 1/2 diamonds showing. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $230-290 SE


SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction

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