1797 1C (Cent) -- Cleaned -- Rev of 1797, No Stems NGC Details. VF.

 1797 1C -- Cleaned -- Rev of 1797, No Stems NGC Details. VF. NGC Census: (0/2). PCGS Population: (3/10). CDN: $2,500 Whsle. Bid for problem-free NGC/PCGS VF20. Mintage 897,510.
From The San Juan Collection. (Registry values: N991) (NGC ID# 2243, PCGS# 1425)
 

Weight: 13.48 grams
 

Metal: 100% Copper


$1,900.00


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1793 1C S-9 R3 Wreath Cent, Vine & Bars Edge. Rare Coin

1793 S-9 R3 Wreath Cent, Vine & Bars Edge. Rare Coin.  Attractive glossy medium olive and steel. The surfaces are smooth, void of any corrosion or notable circulation marks, and the eye appeal of this cent is excellent.


Looks like a MS63+ coin to us.


Much better than any AU50 coins that cost $28,000... a real deal to any type collection. An MS60 $50,000 coin! 


From my private collection

$18,750.00


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1793 1/2C (Half Cent) C-2, B-2, AU50 Well-Detailed, Glossy Brown Surfaces

1793 1/2C (Half Cent) C-2, B-2, R.3, AU50 PCGS.  This is the second scarcest variety of the year and is most easily  attributed by the long 7 in the date and the fraction crowded between  the ribbons. The 1793 half cent is an essential one-year type coin, and a  classic design. Examples are very elusive in high grades. This is a  well-detailed coin that is glossy with much luster remaining beneath the  deep brown patina. Only small and relatively inoffensive handling marks  are scattered over each side of this lovely piece. Our EAC grade is  XF40.

Ex: Baltimore Signature (Heritage, 7/2003), lot 5091, where it realized $16,100.

From The Ron and Van Clark Collection. (NGC ID# 2222, Variety PCGS# 35006, Base PCGS# 1000)
 

Weight: 6.74 grams
 

Metal: 100% Copper
 

$26,500.00


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1793 1/2C (Half Cent) C-3, B-3, VF30 First-Year Type Coin

1793 1/2C (Half Cent) C-3, B-3, R.3, VF30 PCGS.  Four die varieties were minted in 1793, and this is the third of those  in the emission sequence. The obverse exhibits pleasing olive patina  with subtle golden overtones and darker toning outlining the devices.  The reverse has a blend of olive and darker steel-brown toning. A minor  scratch appears at the upper left of the obverse with fine surface  roughness on both sides. This is still a pleasing example of the  first-year half cent that will appeal to type collectors and specialists  alike. Coins like this example are in high demand. Our EAC grade Fine  15.

Ex: Chicago Signature (Heritage, 8/2011), lot 7003, where it realized $12,650.

From The Wildwood Collection. (NGC ID# 2222, Variety PCGS# 35009, Base PCGS# 1000)
 

Weight: 6.74 grams
 

Metal: 100% Copper


$12,500.00


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1803 1/2C (Half Cent) Widely Spaced 3, C-3, B-3, R.1, VF35 NGC

1803 1/2C (Half Cent) Widely Spaced 3, C-3, B-3, R.1, VF35 NGC. PCGS Population: (1/11). Mintage 92,000. (NGC ID# 222E, Variety PCGS# 35134, Base PCGS# 1060)
 

Weight: 5.44 grams
 

Metal: 100% Copper
 

$750.00


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1803 1C (Cent) Small Date, Small Fraction, S-254, B-13, R.1, XF40 NGC

1803 1C Small Date, Small Fraction, S-254, B-13, R.1, XF40 NGC. NGC Census: (2/9). PCGS Population: (1/6). XF40. (NGC ID# 224G, Variety PCGS# 36377, Base PCGS# 1482)
 

Weight: 13.48 grams
 

Metal: 100% Copper
 

$1,400.00


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