1904-O $1 NGC MS65+

1904-O $1 NGC MS65+


$375.00

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1916-D 25C PCGS MS65

$1,350.00


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1941 50C PCGS PR66

1941 50C PCGS PR66
 

$650.00

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1807 Draped Bust Half Dollar. O-110, T-3. Rarity-2. AU-50 (PCGS).

1807 Draped Bust Half Dollar. O-110, T-3. Rarity-2. AU-50 (PCGS).

A simply beautiful example, both sides exhibit vivid peripheral toning in antique gold, pale rose and copper-blue around virtually brilliant centers. Lustrous for the grade with much of the original satiny texture remaining. Given that this is one of the more readily obtainable die marriages of the final year 1807 Draped Bust half dollar, this premium AU is particularly desirable for high grade type purposes.
 

PCGS# 6079. NGC ID: 24EM.

$3,400.00

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1809 Capped Bust Half Dollar. O-106. Rarity-3. MS-62 (PCGS).

1809 Capped Bust Half Dollar. O-106. Rarity-3. MS-62 (PCGS).
 

A supremely attractive, conditionally scarce early date half dollar that is worthy of a premium bid. Both sides exhibit softly toned pearl gray centers surrounded by halos of iridescent cobalt blue and reddish-gold peripheral toning. Well struck by early U.S. Mint standards, we note sharp to full detail to most design elements. Suitably lustrous and free of significant blemishes, this impressive coin is knocking on the door of a Choice Mint State grade. The 1809 half dollar is scarce to rare at all levels of Mint State preservation. This is one of the nicest examples of both the issue and variety that we have offered in recent memory, and it is sure to sell to a sharp-eyed bidder.
 

Provenance: From the Greenway Collection. Stack's paper envelope included.
 

PCGS Population (all die marriages of the issue): 12; 21 finer (MS-66+ finest).
 

PCGS# 6092. NGC ID: 24ES.


$8,500.00


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1819/8 Capped Bust Half Dollar. O-104. Rarity-1. Large 9. MS-61 (PCGS).

1819/8 Capped Bust Half Dollar. O-104. Rarity-1. Large 9. MS-61 (PCGS).
 

This lovely example possesses full satin to softly frosted luster to smartly impressed features. Otherwise brilliant, wisps of iridescent reddish-gold are confined to a few peripheral areas. Generally smooth in hand, there is much to recommend this coin for a higher grade. Desirable and scarce Mint State preservation for this popular overdate variety from the early Capped Bust half dollar series.
 

Provenance: From the Greenway Collection. Stack's paper envelope included.
 

PCGS# 39559. NGC ID: 24FC.

$4,050.00

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