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Washington Quarters continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
61 image (36) Diff 1946 // 1959-D circ grades in a Whit 9031 folder. ($9 face 90%) (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged)

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Get Market Data for [Coins G 1946(36)]

Est. $135-165 SE


SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
Bust Halves
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
62 image 1828 Sq 2 Lg Letters O-114a VF. Careless wiping leaves hairlines obv & rev, but the overall appearance is still good. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1828]

Est. $60-80 SE


SOLD for $120.00
Will close during Public Auction
63 image 1834 Small Date, Small Letters O-111 VF+ original dark grey. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1834]

Est. $90-115 SE


SOLD for $92.00
Will close during Public Auction
64 image 1835 O-106 MS60+. Lovely original w/ medium to dark grey-brown toning. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1835]

Est. $700-1,000 SE


SOLD for $575.00
Will close during Public Auction
65 image 1838 Reeded Edge near XF original color w/ a few marks. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1838 RE]

Est. $135-160 SE


SOLD for $145.00
Will close during Public Auction
Seated Halves
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
66 image 1842-O Small Date; Small Letters Reverse XF or very nearly so. This rare issue was created at the New Orleans mint when a reverse die of 1841 was inadvertently used in 1842. The Red Book estimated mintage is noted at 203,000, but this must surely be an error given the overall scarcity of this coin. Bowers notes that most of the few surviving specimens are low-grade suggesting a release to commercial channels shortly after mintage. A higher grade specimen (though seawater etched) was recovered from the wreck of the US New York that sunk in the Gulf of Mexico in 1846. The current example shows modest wear on the thigh, lighter wear on the band of LIBERTY, and rev wear concentrated mostly on the wing tips. Emanating from an old PA estate, this is a beautiful specimen of this rare issue, and a great opportunity for the Seated Liberty enthusiast to own a really great coin. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1842O Sm Let Rev]

Est. $2,200-3,000 SE


CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
67 image 1853 Arrows & Rays original XF. Great example of the one-year type. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1853 A&R]

Est. $170-210 SE


SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
68 image 1855-O Arrows MS60+ perhaps better. Medium dark blue-brown toning on lovely original surfaces w/ excellent high point detail. Another beautiful coin from the PA estate that consigned several excellent coins to this auction and a few of the preceding ones. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1855O]

Est. $700-1,000 SE


CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
69 image 1859-O XF (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1859O]

Est. $120-145 SE


SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction
70 image 1877-S NGC AU53 pure white. A wonderful candidate for a type coin. (Image) (imageb) (imagec)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1877S]

Est. $140-175 SE


SOLD for $330.00
Will close during Public Auction
71 image (6) Diff commons 1861-O // 1876 all AG to G+ originals. The half dollar was routinely used in the channels of commerce after 1875 and circulated widely. Seated halves were common in circulation thru the 1920s. They began to disappear when coin collecting (from circulation) became popular in the 1930s. But their long-time use as a medium of exchange explains why many of them (along with the Barber series) are so worn. Too bad they can't talk and tell us where they've been and how they were used. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins G 1861O(6)]

Est. $170-210 SE


SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction
Barber Halves
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
72 image 1892 AU original. There are some light scratches on Liberty's neck and around the eagle's neck on the rev. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1892]

Est. $200-240 SE


SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction
73 image 1896-O Fine by wear and perfectly original but a few deep scratches are evident on Liberty's head between the ear and eye, and a couple on the cheek. They blend in well with the coin's overall color which is exceptional. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1896O]

Est. $90-115 SE


SOLD for $70.00
Will close during Public Auction
74 image 1897-O Good. Low grade but always on want lists. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1897O]

Est. $80-105 SE


SOLD for $105.00
Will close during Public Auction
75 image 1900 XF or very nearly so. Original and very attractive. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1900]

Est. $125-150 SE


SOLD for $125.00
Will close during Public Auction
76 image 1907-O NGC AU Details Cleaned. Dramatic die clashing evident on both sides. So much so that it is mentioned on the NGC slab label. A good strike w/ strong central details which are often weak on New Orleans half dollars. Interesting coin! (Image) (imageb) (imagec)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1907O]

Est. $200-250 SE


SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
77 image 1908-D AU+ possibly brightened but inconsequential. A nice coin. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins 1908D]

Est. $200-250 SE


SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction
78 image (36) Diff 1892 // 1903-S complete in an LOC Vol 17 album generally full-rim G originals. Most of the better-date earlies are AG but the group is fairly solid compared to what is usually seen. (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged) (imagee) (imagef) (imageg)

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Get Market Data for [Coins G 1892(36)]

Est. $600-700 B


SOLD for $925.00
Will close during Public Auction
79 image (25) Diff 1893 // 1912-S most full rim G/G+ in a tube. (Image) (imageb)

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Get Market Data for [Coins G 1893(25)]

Est. $250-300 HWC-ROLL


SOLD for $320.00
Will close during Public Auction
80 image (37) Diff 1904 // 1915-S complete in an LOC Vol 18 album most are G+ or better originals w/ 1913 G, 1914 G, & 1915 VG. A nice set far better than that typically encountered. (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged) (imagee) (imagef) (imageg)

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Get Market Data for [Coins G 1904(37)]

Est. $675-800 B


SOLD for $925.00
Will close during Public Auction

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