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Dutch Country Auctions / The Stamp Center Sale - 35

U.S. Coins

Colonial Coins
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
1 image New Jersey 1788 Head Right NGC XF Detail - Corrosion. All design elements show but significant corrosion indicates that the coin has been excavated. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$200-300 SE


CLOSED
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2 image (2) Hibernia Halfpennies both are dated 1723 and have VF detail, the first w/ minor rim disturbances, the other excavated w/ some resulting moderate corrosion typical of early copper. William Woods, an Englishman, was given a charter by King George I to strike coins for British colonies in Ireland and America, which gives rise to the term "Woods-Hibernia" often used to describe this series. Bonus: the lot also includes (2) low-grade Virginia Halfpennies. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$125-150 SE


SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction
3 image (5) French New World coins in 2x2s: 1710-AA 30 deniers billon, patina, one area of rim corruption; (2) 1721-H 1 sou Colonies Francoises copper, one VF, one w/ several round punches; (2) 1767 general issue copper sou, one VF-XF, one VG-F, neither counterstamped (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged) (imagee) (imagef) (imageg) (imageh) (imagei) (imagej)

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Est. US$200-300 SE


SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction
Large Cents
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
4 image 1793 Flowing Hair Chain Cent Fr-2. Extensive wear prohibits determining the exact Sheldon variety (Chain Cents can be S1, S2, S3 or S4), but the chain is clearly visible, and the coin has very little corrosion. Bowers estimates that only 800 to 1,100 Chain Cents survive in ALL grades. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$900-1,500 SE


SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction
5 image 1803 Lg Date; Sm Fraction S-250 NGC VF Details - Corrosion. Excellent detail but w/ uniform light to medium corrosion (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$200-300 SE


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6 image 1811 S-287 G+ a few nicks which may be planchet flaws o/w nice even chocolate brown. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$160-200 SE


SOLD for $165.00
Will close during Public Auction
7 image 1817 15 Stars N-16 F+ light verdigris on the rev. No credible explanation has ever been offered for why this one variety of 1817 (N16) was issued w/ 15 Stars encircling Liberty, as opposed to the customary 13 stars (which represent the original 13 colonies.) A fairly nice example of the popular and anomalous coin which often comes weakly struck. Typical of most N16s, it is struck slightly off-center. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$70-90 SE


SOLD for $70.00
Will close during Public Auction
8 image 1844 over 81 N2 (2) coins both abt VG. A popular over-date. (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged)

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Est. US$80-100 SE


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9 image (25) Diff attributions incl (2) Draped Bust incl 1801 S-223 & 1803 S-250, (1) Classic Head 1811 S-287, (19) Middle Dates 1816 N5 // 1839 N3, and (3) Late Dates 1840 N5 // 1853 N24. In envelopes, low grades for the most part w/ some corrosion/damage, but good enough to identify. (Image)

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Est. US$165-220 B


SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
10 image (40) Culls most 1817 // 1856 (a couple earlies) mostly corrosion and wear are the problems, but a few w/ light damage. (Image)

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Est. US$100-125 B


SOLD for $380.00
Will close during Public Auction
Indian Cents
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
11 image 1877 G++ a nice brown original that many would call VG. Lower grade 1877 Indian Cents decreased in value significantly in recent years but are now starting to regain some of the loss as their true overall scarcity is again recognized. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$400-500 SE


SOLD for $440.00
Will close during Public Auction
12 image 1909-S Fine. Light brown color on a slightly wood-grained planchet. This is a common characteristic on 1909-S Indian Head Cents and often used to determine authenticity. With only a 309,000 mintage, this issue is far less often encountered than the hoarded 1909-S VDB (mintage 484,000), but it is less than half the price. Demand and popularity really do matter. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$250-300 SE


SOLD for $340.00
Will close during Public Auction
13 image (48) Diff 1857 // 1909 in a Whit 9402 album mostly commons VG-F but also incl a few earlies 66, 67, 69, 73, & 74. Inspect! (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged) (imagee)

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Est. US$130-165 A


SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
14 image (11) Diff in a straight run 1900 // 1909 incl 1908-S all XF or better but brightened to an unnatural copper color. Still ok for the right collection. (Image)

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Est. US$160-200 SE


SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction
15 image (300) all pre-1900 avg circ. (Image)

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Est. US$250-330 BAG


SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
16 image (300) 1900 // 1909 avg circ. (Image)

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Est. US$220-300 BAG


SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
Lincoln Cents
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
17 image 1909-S XF or very nearly so. Even medium-brown color. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$100-125 SE


SOLD for $135.00
Will close during Public Auction
18 image 1922 Weak D Die 3 ANACS F12. Poorly struck reverse consistent with the Weak D variety, but there is more detail on the obv than most F12-graded Lincolns have. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$100-150 SE


SOLD for $64.00
Will close during Public Auction
19 image 1924-S ANACS AU50 glossy, attractive, and under-graded. Good detail for a coin that comes weakly struck. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$48-60 BAG


SOLD for $125.00
Will close during Public Auction
20 image (32) 1956-D // 1992 all PCGS-Certified most MS63 RED or better. Unusual to see such common coins in certified holders. A few might be scarcer issues. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$60-100 B


SOLD for $68.00
Will close during Public Auction

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