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* The Flying Eagle and Indian Cent Attribution Guide 1856-1909

The Flying Eagle and Indian Cent Attribution Guide 3rd Ed. $225
This is a two-volume 900-page book. It is full color and lists all the premium value varieties. Vol. 1 covers 1856 to 1877 and Vol. 2 covers 1878 to 1909. You can pre-order the book by funding our kickstarter event - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1366050901/flying-eagle-and-indian-cent-attribution-guide-3rd

*Uncertified coins

1857 Snow-10 VF-30 $100
Very dramatic repunched date. Large scratch on the reverse.

1857 VF-30 Clipped planchet $75
Small clip at 11:00.

1858/7 Snow-1 VF-20 $300
Lightly cleaned. The 7 is visible, but shallow.

1864 No L Snow-4 DDO AU-58 $550
A full detailed example but with a light cleaning. This is the S-4a die pair with no die rotation and a die break at 12:30 on the reverse - an undescribed late die state. This is a newly discoved example which now is about 8th in the condition census. Under 25 examples known. Without the light cleaning it would be a $1500 coin.

1864 With L AU-50 $350
Well struck and an attractive chocolate brwon. Slightly off-center strike.

1864 With L Fine-15 $130
Typically what gets graded VF now-a-days.

1864 With L VG-10 $55
Just plain wear. Chocolate brown.

1865 Fancy 5 Snow-2 DDR VF corroded $175
A very rare and popular variety Black color due to corrosion.  Net priced to VG value.

1865 Plain 5 Snow-3a AU-50 $185
Attractive chocolate brown. This is a very popular repunched date with all digits boldly repunched. There is a misplaced digit between the 8 & 6 as well. The S-3a die pair with a die defect at 2:00 on the reverse.

1869 VF-20 $250
Chocolate brown. Lots of detail, but numerous small marks.

1869/9 Snow-4 VF-30 $500
Scarce repunched date. Scratch to the right of the date. Chocolate brown.

1870 Snow-5 G-6 $225
The popular and scarce 0 in the denticles. A few light hits.

1870 VF-20 $250
Chocolate brown with some lighter toned areas.

1871 G-4 $75
Mostly problem free.

1872 Shallow N G-4 $75
Just plain wear. Scarce date and even scarcer with the Shallow N.

1872 Shallow N VG-10 $225
Nearly Fine, with much detail. A few light marks and scratches. Very scarce.

1873 Open 3 Snow-1 VF-20 $185
Very scarce repunched date. Chocolate brown with a few light marks.

1882 Snow-6 VF-20 $450
A very popular variety with numerous 1's punched into the neck.

1883 Snow-8 MS-60RB $120
50% RED. Full strike. Some light marks by the date. Popular variety with bold digits in the denticles.

1885 Snow-2 AU-50 $200
A minor repunched date, but very scarce.

1897 Snow-1 1 in the Neck AU-55 $650
A very popular variety which is very close to mint state. There is lots of luster and it is an attractive chocolate brown. A few light edge bumps are present.

1907 MS-63RB (B) $55
90% RED. Very close to full red. Might be 64RB but for a light fingerprint tone.

1907 Snow-3 MS-63BN $85
Bold repunched date.

1907 Snow-6 MS-63BN $75
Bold repunched date.

1909-S F-15 $485
Close to VF. Chocolate brown.

1909-S Indian VF-20 $625
Attractive chocolate brown with very few marks. Looks like what the grading services are calling XF.

1910-S MS-63RB $130
40% RED. Full strike. Original surfaces, although the luster is a bit dull.

1910-S VF-20 $30
Attractive chocolate brown. Small edge bump at 4:00.

1911-D AU-50 $70
Full strike. Chocolate brown. Just a few light marks.

1911-D AU-58 $90
Full strike. Attractive chocolate brown.

1911-D XF-40 $55
Chocolate brown. Full strike.

1911-S VF-20 $50
Two-tone color. Scarce date.

1911-S XF-40 $65
Attractive chocolate brown. Full strike.

1911-S XF-40 $80
Full strike. Chocolate brown.

1912-S VF-30 $60
Chocolate brown. Nearly XF.

1912-S XF-45 $100
Trace of red remains on the obverse, but the reverse is rather darkly toned.

1913-S VF-20 $34
Attractive chocolate brown.

1914-S VF-20 $40
A few marks and light specks.

1921-S XF-40 $30
Planchet flaw in field to right of portrait.

1924-S VF-20 $15
Attractive chocolate brown.

1929-S AU-55 $14
Glossy brown with very little wear. Late die state reverse.

Pattern Cents

1856 Copper Nickel Half-cent J-177 PR-65 NGC $10,000
Prototype alloy test for the 1856 Flying Eagle cent. Bright with very good mirrors. Well struck with a nearly full coronet. Rims indistinct as always. This is due to the mint using type 1 planchets. This is important as it is one of the finest known examples. As nice as the Missouri cabinet example which sold for $14,000. 50 examples were struck and most are dull. Not this one!

1858 Indian / Laurel wreath (5 leaf) J-208 PR-60 Details NGC $1,250
An attractive example that has some not-too-obvious cleaning. It is fully struck with a golden tone. A great coin to break out and put in a coin album.

1858 J-212 Indian / Ornamented Shield. PR-64 PCGS (PS) $2,750
An outstanding example with an good mirrors and an old-time original look. Old green label holder from over 15 years ago. Small spot by the U in UNITED. Dies are rotated as shown.

Flying Eagles

1857 50c clashed obverse. MS-63 PCGS (PS) $1,750
Well struck with very sharp details on the clash. Light golden tone. Very few marks. This is one of the top varieties of the series. I think everyone should have one in their collection regardless if you collect varieties.

1857 Doubled die Snow-3 MS-64 PCGS (PS) $2,250
This is a scarce doubled die and one of the best there is. It is the broken wing tip hub, just like the 1858/7. Bold doubling on the legend and eagle.

1857 Obverse style of 1856 Snow-2 MS-63 NGC (PS) CAC $1,300
Well struck with a light gold tone. Very few marks and a very popular sub-type.

1857 Obverse style of 1856 Snow-2 MS-63 PCGS (PS) $1,450
A very popular sub-type which is easy to distinguish by the shape of the O in OF. The coin is fully struck and looks like a higher grade, but is likely held back by a strike-through by the eagle's tail. It is a very attractive piece.

1857 Obverse Style of 1856. MS-64 PCGS (PS) $2,150
Full strike with a beautiful golden tone. Very few marks. This is a very high-end example. In 1856, extra dies were made with the eagle and legend but no date. These dies were then dated 1857. Normal coins for 1857 have a slightly different lettering style.

1857 Snow-10 VF-30 $100
Very dramatic repunched date. Large scratch on the reverse.

1857 Snow-4 AU-58 NGC (PS) $825
A bold doubled die. This is an outstanding coin for the grade with very few marks.

1857 Snow-7 $20 Clashed obverse G-4 PCGS (PS) $400
A very scarce and popular variety with a clash mark on the obverse from a $20 Liberty. The full clash is visible but some of STATES is missing, likely due to a debris strike-through.

1857 Snow-8 25c Clashed reverse. F-15 PCGS (PS) $325
A very popular variety with a clash marks on the reverse from a Seated Quarter. Problem free and original.

1857 Snow-8 25c Rev. Clash AU-50 ANACS $650
Bright with a light tone. The clash shows very clearly. There is a planchet crack on the reverse at 4:00 which created a small clip-like indentation on the obverse at 2:00 when the coin was struck.

1857 Snow-8 25c Rev. Clash XF-40 ANACS $900
A very popular variety with the clash of a Seated Quarter on the reverse. Sharp strike.

1857 Snow-8 25c reverse clash VF-35 PCGS $575
A very popular variety. Some light marks and debris in the protected areas.

1857 Snow-9 50c clashed obv. VF-30 PCGS (PS) $275
A popular variety with a clash mark of a Seated half on the obverse. Sharp and problem free.

1857 Snow-9 Half Dollar clashed obv. MS-64 PCGS (PS) $2,850
An outstanding example of this very popular variety. The clash is very bold and the coin is well struck.

1857 Snow-9 Half Dollar clashed obv. VF-30 PCGS $250
Popular variety with a clash mark from a Seated Half obverse. Planchet flaw on right wing, but otherwise problem free. The variety is labled on the holder.

1857 VF-30 Clipped planchet $75
Small clip at 11:00.

1858 Large Letters MS-66 PCGS (PS) $18,500
Fully struck and essentially flawless. This is a very tough type to locate in this grade. An absolute stunner!

1858 Large Letters PR-63 CAMEO PCGS (PS) $10,000
Deep mirrors and outstanding eye appeal. The grade is limited by some granular areas on the obverse which disturb the deep mirrors. It is a full gem on the reverse. This is a very tough date in Proof with less than 100 struck. Proof Flying Eagle cents are some of the most beautiful coins we know of, and this coin is no exception.

1858 Small Letters MS-63 NGC (PS) $1,100
Full strike. Light coppery tone. Small planchet void in the field by the E in AMERICA keeps it from a higher grade. Low leaves reverse.

1858/7 Snow-1 VF-20 $300
Lightly cleaned. The 7 is visible, but shallow.

Lincoln Cents

1909-S Lincoln VF-30 $150
Sharp. Chocolate brown.

1910 PR-64RB NGC $1,050
50% RED. Beautiful gold and magenta toning. The grade is limited by some fingerprint residue. Attractive for the grade. Old fat-style holder from over 20 years ago.

1910-S MS-63RB $130
40% RED. Full strike. Original surfaces, although the luster is a bit dull.

1910-S VF-20 $30
Attractive chocolate brown. Small edge bump at 4:00.

1911 MS-66RD PCGS $2,500
Full strike with outstanding eye appeal. Very few marks. Very few graded higher.

1911-D AU-50 $70
Full strike. Chocolate brown. Just a few light marks.

1911-D AU-58 $90
Full strike. Attractive chocolate brown.

1911-D XF-40 $55
Chocolate brown. Full strike.

1911-S VF-20 $50
Two-tone color. Scarce date.

1911-S XF-40 $65
Attractive chocolate brown. Full strike.

1911-S XF-40 $80
Full strike. Chocolate brown.

1912-S MS-64RB PCGS CAC $750
90% RED. Well struck. Very close to full red. Die cracks from both T's in TRUST.

1912-S VF-30 $60
Chocolate brown. Nearly XF.

1912-S XF-45 $100
Trace of red remains on the obverse, but the reverse is rather darkly toned.

1913-S Lincoln Cent MS-64RD PCGS $700
Well struck. Slight mushiness due to a late die state. Light flyspecks on the reverse. Old 1st generation holder from over 20 years ago.

1913-S VF-20 $34
Attractive chocolate brown.

1914-S VF-20 $40
A few marks and light specks.

1914-S XF-45 PCGS $110
Chocolate brown.

1915 MS-65RD PCGS CAC $1,250
Full strike with very few marks. A very tough date. Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago.

1915 PR-66+BN PCGS $8,000
The finest example for the color designation. This beauty is outstanding with essentially flawless surfaces and gorgeous violet toning.

1915-D MS-65RB PCGS CAC $1,100
75% RED. Fully struck with hardly a mark. An outstanding example of this scarce date.

1919-D AU-55 PCGS $50
Full strike. Chocolate brown. Dies rotated as shown.

1921-S XF-40 $30
Planchet flaw in field to right of portrait.

1922-D XF-45 PCGS $45
Sharp strike.

1924-S VF-20 $15
Attractive chocolate brown.

1925-S/S RPM-001 XF-45 PCGS ..10 $100
Late die state obverse. Early reverse. Well struck.

1926 AU-53 PCGS $20
Slightly streaky toning.

1926 AU-58 PCGS $75
Lots of luster.

1926-S MS-63RB PCGS $1,200
65% RED. Full strike with very few marks. Slight woodgrain coloration due to uneven alloy distribution in the planchet. An outstanding coin for the grade.

1929-S AU-55 $14
Glossy brown with very little wear. Late die state reverse.

1939 MS-65RD PCGS $25
Bright and flashy.

1952-D Lincoln Cent MS-67RD PCGS $1,500
Fully struck and flawless. One of the finest graded of this date.

1952-S MS-67RD NGC $125
Blazing luster. Light marks on the reverse.

1958-D MS-66RD NGC $20
Full strike with blazing luster. 

1958-D MS-67RD PCGS $550
Yes, it is that tough. Full strike with blazing luster.

1959-D Lincoln Cent MS-66RD NGC $20
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Indian Cents

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1859 Snow-2 VF-30 PCGS (PS) $275
A very bold repunched date. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1860 MS-65 PCGS (PS) $1,350
A beautiful example with light golden tone. Old green label holder from over 15 years ago.

1860 Pointed Bust MS-64 PCGS (PS) $2,350
Full strike with outstanding surfaces. This is a very tough coin to find nice. Very few marks. The dies are rotated as shown.

1860 Pointed Bust MS-64 PCGS (PS) $2,250
Full strike with semi-prooflike fields. One mark by the forehead keeps it from a MS65.

1860 Pointed Bust MS-64 PCGS (PS) $2,250
Full strike with very few marks. Much nicer than the typical example in this grade or even the grade higher!

1861 Snow-1 MS-64 PCGS (PS) $1,000
Full strike with a beautiful light golden tone. This is a very bold repunched date and one of the finest known. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1863 MS-64 PCGS (PS) $400
Full strike with very few marks.

1863 MS-65 PCGS CAC (PS) $1,300
Full strike. A very flashy example.

1863 MS-66 PCGS (PS) $5,000
Full strike with outstanding surfaces and flawless surfaces. Light golden tone. One of the finest examples with none graded higher.

1863 Snow-4 MS-64 PCGS (PS) $650
Full strike. A scarce repunched date. One of the finest known.

1863 Snow-5 "7th feather bar" MS-64 PCGS (PS) $1,000
Well struck with good luster. This is a very popular variety with a die gouge by the 7th feather.

1863 Snow-5 "7th feather bar" MS-64 PCGS (PS) $1,200
Full strike with outstanding luster. One of the finest known. This variety has a bar by the 7th feather to the AM in AMERICA.

1863 Snow-7 MS-63 PCGS (PS) $400
Full strike. This is a rather minor repunched date but fairly scarce.

1863 Snow-8 MS-65 NGC (PS) $1,500
Full strike. Very few marks and a very attractive piece. This is a digit in the denticles. The finest known and the plate coin in the book.

1864 Copper Nickel MS-63 NGC (PS) $375
Well struck. Slightly later die state on the obverse make the details a bit mushy. Good luster. Old fat-style holder from over 20 years ago.

1864 Copper Nickel MS-64 PCGS $600
Full strike. Very few marks, but with a few spots on the obverse.

1864 Copper Nickel Snow-2 MS-65 PCGS (PS) $2,000
Full strike with very few marks. Old green-label holder from over 15 years. Repunched date.

1864 Copper Nickel Snow-5 MS-65 PCGS (PS) $2,500
Well struck with outstanding luster. Reverse rotated as shown. Small mark on the O in ONE. The variety is die file marks by the ear. The variety is listed on the holder.

1864 No L MS-66RD PCGS (PS) $3,400
Full strike with outstanding eye appeal. A one-year type coin with the No L design in bronze. Only one example graded higher. Ex: Joshua and Ally Walsh collection.

1864 No L Snow-11 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) CAC $450
A neat variety with numerous concentric lathe lines. Full strike and an early die state.

1864 No L Snow-2 VF-35 PCGS $180
Bold repunched date. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1864 No L Snow-4 DDO AU-58 $550
A full detailed example but with a light cleaning. This is the S-4a die pair with no die rotation and a die break at 12:30 on the reverse - an undescribed late die state. This is a newly discoved example which now is about 8th in the condition census. Under 25 examples known. Without the light cleaning it would be a $1500 coin.

1864 No L Snow-4 MS-62BN PCGS (PS) $2,750
A very scarce doubled LIBERTY. This is the 4b die pair with no die rotation. Heavy die cracks on the reverse. Only about 20 known and this is the 7th finest example known.

1864 No L Snow-4 MS-63BN ANACS $2,750
The rare Doubled LIBERTY. Of only 20 examples known, this ranks at number 6. This variety is always weak at the feather tips. Very early on the die was abraded in the center giving Lady Liberty weak definition. The die was always loose and rotated. This is listed as S-4c stage C with the terminal die crack just starting to form.

1864 No L Snow-4 MS-65RB PCGS $7,500
50% RED. The highest graded example of this very scarce variety. The famous doubled LIBERTY. The coin is well struck but has a debris strike-though hidden in the portrait. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1864 Snow-7 MS-64RB NGC (PS) $600
40% RED. Full strike with hardly any marks. This is the only uncirculated example known of this variety. It is the plate coin in the book. Ex: Larry Steve collection.

1864 With L AU-50 $350
Well struck and an attractive chocolate brwon. Slightly off-center strike.

1864 With L Fine-15 $130
Typically what gets graded VF now-a-days.

1864 With L MS-65RD PCGS (PS) $12,500
Fully struck with outstanding eye appeal and flawless surfaces. This is a very tough date to find this nice. Very few examples measure up to this piece.

1864 With L Snow-4 F-12 PCGS (PS) $160
Very bold repunched date. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1864 With L Snow-5 VF-30 PCGS (PS) $300
Repunched date. Dies rotated as shown. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1864 With L VG-10 $55
Just plain wear. Chocolate brown.

1864-L Snow-12 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) CAC $1,250
85% RED. Fully struck. An outstanding example with very few marks. Neat repunched date too. Grab this one quick!

1865 Fancy 5 Snow-2 DDR VF corroded $175
A very rare and popular variety Black color due to corrosion.  Net priced to VG value.

1865 Fancy 5 Snow-3 MS-65RB NGC $750
75% RED. Full strike with very few marks. This is a very scarce variety and is one of the finest known. There are numerous spoke-like die cracks on the reverse that were not previously described. There is a spot on the reverse at 10:00.

1865 Plain 5 Snow-15 MS-65RB NGC (PS) $2,400
75% RED. Prooflike fields due to extensive die polishing. This is a newly discovered off-center-clash and the finest of two examples known. There are three seperate off-center die clashes and a heavy die line in the feathers. A very cool variety.

1865 Plain 5 Snow-2 EDS MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $2,200
30% RED. Fully struck. This is a crazy variety with the 1 digit punched to the right of the 8. There are hardly any marks. This is an early die state without the typical die flaw by the neck. The variety is listed on the holder. One of the finest graded.

1865 Plain 5 Snow-3 VF-35 PCGS (PS) $250
A very bold repunched date. The variety is listed on the holder.

1865 Plain 5 Snow-3 XF-40 PCGS $175
Bold repunched date. Numerous marks. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1865 Plain 5 Snow-3a AU-50 $185
Attractive chocolate brown. This is a very popular repunched date with all digits boldly repunched. There is a misplaced digit between the 8 & 6 as well. The S-3a die pair with a die defect at 2:00 on the reverse.

1866 MS-64RD PCGS (PS) $2,250
Beautiful golden red color. Full strike with very few marks. Just few minor stains keep it from a gem.

1866 MS-65RB PCGS $1,400
10% RED. Full strike. A few light marks. Very attractive but close to brown.

1866 Snow-12 MS-65BN NGC (PS) $1,100
Full strike with hardly any marks. Repunched date too.

1866 Snow-13 MS-65BN NGC (PS) $1,350
Full strike. Chocolate brown with a trace of red. Small scratch by the E in UNITED. This is a variety with digits in the denticles. There is a large die break at 9:00.

1866 Snow-2 AU-50 PCGS (PS) $325
Bold repunched date. The variety is marked on the holder.

1866 Snow-7 XF-40 PCGS $375
A very scarce repunched easily identified by the comma-shaped die gouge by the OF in the legend. The coin is VF-30 in my opinion. Regardless, it is one of the best of only a handfull of existing specimens.

1867 MS-64RD PCGS (PS) $2,400
Beautiful golden red. An early die state with very crisp details.

1867 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $1,650
80% RED. Full strike with outstanding eye appeal. Very few marks and a great coin for the grade.

1867 MS-66RB NGC $2,750
40% RED. Full strike with very few marks, as would be expected for the grade.

1867 Snow-4 MS-65RB NGC (PS) $1,700
50% RED. Full strike. A very bold repunched date. Very few marks. One of the finest known.

1867 Snow-5 MS-64RB NGC (PS) $1,100
95% RED. Full strike with nearly full red color. Very few marks. A bold repunched date.

1868 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $1,150
20% RED. Well struck with just a few light marks. Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago.

1868 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $1,400
80% RED. Full strike with very few marks. Great eye appeal.

1868 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $1,400
50% RED. Fully struck with very few marks.

1868 MS-66BN PCGS $1,200
Full strike with very few marks. Brown with light lavender toning.

1868 Snow-1 DDO MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $2,000
40% RED. Full strike with outstanding eye appeal. This is one of the finest known examples. The variety is denoted on the holder. This is the highest graded by PCGS.

1868 Snow-5 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $1,250
50% RED. Full strike. A doubled die, a repunched date and a misplaced digit. Only three examples are known and this is the only MS example. The variety is listed in the holder.

1869 MS-64BN NGC (PS) $1,100
Beautiful chocolate brown with a full strike and very few marks.

1869 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) CAC $2,500
75% RED. Full strike with very few marks. Very tough date in this grade. Light flyspecks on the reverse.

1869 VF-20 $250
Chocolate brown. Lots of detail, but numerous small marks.

1869 VF-30 PCGS (PS) $400
Well struck with very few marks. Chocolate brown.

1869/9 Snow-4 VF-30 $500
Scarce repunched date. Scratch to the right of the date. Chocolate brown.

1869/9 Snow-4 VF-30 PCGS $500
Chocolate brown. Some light marks.

1870 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $2,250
80% RED. Shallow N. Full strike with very few marks. An attractive coin with nearly full red color.

1870 Pick-Axe Snow-17 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $2,750
99% RED. Full strike. The popular Pick-Axe variety with a doubled die reverse. The coin has very few marks and is nearly full red.

1870 Shallow N MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $2,250
75% RED. Well struck. An attractive, even colored gem.

1870 Snow-5 G-6 $225
The popular and scarce 0 in the denticles. A few light hits.

1870 Snow-7 Pick-Axe MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $2,250
40% RED. Full strike with outstanding surfaces. It is a sharp early die state. The pick-axe is die damage by the base of the last feather. Shallow N reverse. This is the S-7a die pair.

1870 Snow-8 VG-10 PCGS (PS) $325
The "Many digits in the denticles" variety. Very popular. The variety is listed on the holder.

1870 Snow-9 DDO & DDR MS-62BN PCGS (PS) $1,000
Full strike. Doubled LIBERTY and a bold doubled die reverse. Nicer than the grade suggests. Small mark on the 8 in the date.

1870 VF-20 $250
Chocolate brown with some lighter toned areas.

1871 AU-50 PCGS (PS) $675
Very few marks. Attractive chocolate brown.

1871 F-12 PCGS (PS) $275
Chocolate brown. Just a few light marks.

1871 G-4 $75
Mostly problem free.

1871 MS-64+RD PCGS (PS) $10,000
Full strike and a glorious full red. This date is a very difficult date to find with real full red color. Every example of this date that has been seen in auctions or on the market for the last 6 years has not been all-there. This is the first one that I have seen in a long time that makes the grade for full red. There are very few marks.

1871 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $3,750
95% RED. Full strike. Full red obverse with just a slight tone on the reverse. This has got to be the finest 1871 you will find in this grade. There is hardly a flaw.

1871 Shallow N 7 & 1 touch AU-53 NGC CAC (Snow-PR2) $1,500
Here is a rare Snow-PR2 with the 71 about touching in a circulated grade. NGC calls it AU53, which is acceptable, but it should be graded PR-53 to get the Photo Seal. CAC approves it as is. It is a very rare piece as only a few examples of the Snow-PR2 are known.

1871 Shallow N MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $7,500
90% RED. Fully struck. Very few marks. Light magenta toning on the reverse. This is a beautiful example and one of the finest there is. This is a very rare type difference of an already very scarce date.

1871 Shallow N Snow-5 F-12 ANACS $500
A scarce date in a problem free circulated grade. The LIBERTY is full and the coin is close to VF.

1872 Shallow N G-4 $75
Just plain wear. Scarce date and even scarcer with the Shallow N.

1872 Shallow N MS-65BN PCGS (PS) $8,500
Fully struck with outstanding violet toning. There is hardly any marks - a small mark left of the date bring the only one you'll find. The die chip on the cheek is indicative of the S-10 Shallow N. It is a stunning beauty. Only a few graded higher, but none of them look like this!

1872 Shallow N Snow-10 MS-64BN PCGS $2,300
Full strike with very few marks. A sharp coin. The surface is a bit mottled.

1872 Shallow N Snow-10 MS-64RB PCGS $2,500
40% RED. Very attractive with even coloration. The detail on the base of the portrait is slightly weak, likely due to a debris strike-through. As such there is little diamond detail and the lower hair curl is connected to the ribbon.

1872 Shallow N VG-10 $225
Nearly Fine, with much detail. A few light marks and scratches. Very scarce.

1872 Snow-1 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $2,250
20% RED. Full strike with very few marks. Bold repunching on the 2. This is a very attractive example with none of the typically found strike-troughs our weak strikes. It is a great coin for the grade.

1872 Snow-1 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $2,250
50% RED. Fully struck with very few marks. This is an exceptional example. There is also a very bold repunched date, which is labeled on the holder.

1873 Closed 3 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $4,750
99% RED. Full strike. This is an outstanding example with full red color and outstanding eye appeal. It should be graded full red, but regardless, it is an awsome coin that will be hard to equal in any grade or color designation.

1873 Closed 3 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) CAC $3,000
50% RED. Full strike with very few marks. Very scarce date.

1873 Double LIBERTY Snow-1 VF-25 PCGS (PS) $2,500
An attractive example of this very popular and bold doubled die. Original chocolate brown.

1873 Open 3 Snow-1 AU-50 PCGS (PS) $600
Full strike. Scarce repunched date. Just a few light marks.

1873 Open 3 Snow-1 VF-20 $185
Very scarce repunched date. Chocolate brown with a few light marks.

1873 Open 3 Snow-2 MS-65BN NGC CAC $1,000
A very scarce doubled die with doubling on the L in LIBERTY. One of the finest graded.

1875 Snow-15b AU-50 PCGS (PS) $175
An attractive chocolate brown example This has die file marks by the ear.

1875 Snow-2 VF-25 PCGS $180
Bold repunched date. The variety is listed on the holder.

1876 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $1,650
99% RED. Well struck with wonderful eye appeal. Nearly full red (or really full red).

1876 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $1,500
50% RED. Full strike and outstanding surfaces. Hardly any marks.

1877 MS-65BN NGC (PS) $15,000
Full strike and essentially mark-free. This is an outstanding example with everthing you hope to find on a gem example of this key date. There is even a trace of red.

1877 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $17,500
50% RED. Full strike with hardly any marks. The key date of the series. There is an area with greater alloy distribution on the reverse which make that area brighter.

1877 MS-66RB NGC (PS) $50,000
Fully struck and an outstanding example with vivid puple, magenta and lavender toning. The luster makes the toning shiver when the coin is turned in the light. This coin is widely considered to be one of the best 1877 Indians that is not full red. The strike is full and the surfaces are glorious with just a light mark by the E in UNITED to be mentionable.

1878 MS-65RD PCGS (PS) CAC $3,500
Fully struck and an outstanding example for the grade. Very few marks and very good eye appeal. 1st generation holder from over 25 years ago.

1878 Snow-2 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) $650
Fully struck. A very scarce variety with digits boldly punched into the denticles.

1879 MS-62BN PCGS $175
Full strike and very few marks. Looks like AU58 to me.

1880 MS-65BN NGC (PS) $600
Full strike with very few marks. Vivid purple toning on the reverse.

1880 Snow-1 Off-center clash. MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $4,250
90% RED. An amazing variety that astounds the experts! The large off-center die clash on the reverse was likely caused when a hardened die was smacked against a blank die. The hubbing process pressed the clash into the die. This is the only way to explain the existence of a clash mark INSIDE the E in ONE. One of the finest known.

1881 MS-65RD PCGS (PS) $2,000
Full strike with blazing luster and bright color.

1882 MS-66RB*RB NGC (PS) $6,000
What can I say about the most incredibly toned Mint State Indian Cent ever seen! This has an emerald and magenta obverse and a combination of gold, magenta and emerald on the reverse. Occasionally MS coins were placed in Proof sets in this era. This coin was likely stored in a Proof set envelope for many years. This is a very memorable coin.

1882 Snow-1 MS-64RB NGC (PS) $900
50% RED. Full strike with a light mark by the bust truncation. This is an interesting variety with the two 8's repunched. Know as the sleepy eyes variety.

1882 Snow-1 MS-65RB NGC (PS) $1,150
90% RED. Sleepy eyes variety and the finest known example! Well struck and it looks like full red, though slightly muted. Very popular variety.

1882 Snow-2 MS-65+BN NGC (PS) $1,850
A very popular variety with the top of the 2 missing. The coin is fully struck with a gorgeous violet toning.

1882 Snow-6 MS-63BN PCGS (PS) $1,550
A very popular variety with numerous digits in the pearls. Full strike and an attractive chocolate brown example. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1882 Snow-6 VF-20 $450
A very popular variety with numerous 1's punched into the neck.

1882 Snow-9 MS-66BN NGC (PS) $1,150
Full strike with outstanding eye appeal. Beautiful purple toning. The variety is a base of a 1 in the pearls. This is the discovery coin and the finest known example.

1883 Snow-1 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) CAC $750
Full strike with very few marks. Attractive brown patina with some purple tone. This is a very popular variety with a 1 sticking out of the pearls.

1883 Snow-1 MS-65BN PCGS (PS) $1,200
Full strike with a beautiful violet toning. This is a very popular variety with a 1 in the neck. Thee variety information is listed on the holder.

1883 Snow-1 MS-66BN NGC (PS) $2,250
Full strike with intense luster. Violet toning with a light brown toing area by OF AMER.

1883 Snow-1 XF-45 PCGS (PS) $180
Popular "1 in the neck" variety. The variety is listed on the holder.

1883 Snow-10 MS-65RB NGC (PS) $550
80% RED. Full strike with nearly full red color. Very few marks. Minor repunching. One of the finest known.

1883 Snow-11 Off-center clashed die MS-64RD PCGS $2,500
Here is a very scarce and desirable variety. There is a strong off-center clash by the STA in STATES. There is also a bold die break by the rim at 8:00. Only a few examples are known and this is one of the finest. There is a dark toning area by the last feather, making me think it should have gotten a RB designation.

1883 Snow-6 AU-50 PCGS (PS) $300
A very scarce and bold doubled die. The definition associated with this variety is always very weak. Actually just a trace of wear.

1883 Snow-6 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $1,750
50% RED. Full strike. This is a very bold doubled die reverse. There is extreme die failure and weak definition associated with this variety. It is very scarce. this is thesecond finest example known.

1883 Snow-8 MS-60RB $120
50% RED. Full strike. Some light marks by the date. Popular variety with bold digits in the denticles.

1883 Snow-8 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) $450
A bold digit in the denticles variety. The coin is fully struck and very sharp. A beautiful example of this tough variety.

1884 MS-66RB PCGS (PS) $2,500
99% RED. Full strike although struck with later die state dies. There are only 4 examples graded and none higher in this color designation. It looks full red and has no marks at all. It is a fabulous coin.

1884 Snow-2 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $800
90% RED. Prooflike and fully struck. This variety shows unusual die rust on the reverse. This is the discovery coin, as well as being the finest known example.

1885 Snow-1 MS-65BN PCGS (PS) $900
Well struck. beautiful violet toning on both sides. The variety is a misplaced 5 in the base of the hair curl and ribbon. The finest known.

1885 Snow-2 AU-50 $200
A minor repunched date, but very scarce.

1886 Type 1 MS-65BN PCGS (PS) $1,000
Full strike with hardly any marks. Trace of red.

1886 Type 1 MS-65RB NGC (PS) $1,250
20% RED. Full strike with beautiful luster. Very few marks.

1886 Type 1 Snow-3 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) $800
Full struck with deep purple tone.

1886 Type 2 MS-65RB NGC (PS) $3,500
99% RED. A beautiful example that should be called full red. Later die state.

1886 Type-1 Snow-3 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) $700
Full strike. A few light marks. Small spot by the N in UNITED. Scarce repunched date.

1887 MS-65RD NGC (PS) $1,750
Fully struck. A beautiful example with outstanding surfaces. Slight debris strike-through by the ME in AMERICA.

1887 MS-66RD NGC (PS) $8,000
Full strike with outstanding surfaces. The color is a blazing golden red. There are essentially no marks to be found. This is a real beauty!

1888 MS-64RB NGC (PS) $350
40% RED. Well struck with just a few light marks.

1888 MS-65RD PCGS (PS) $3,500
Full strike with outstanding surfaces and wonderful eye appeal. Old green holder from over 15 years ago. Earlier from the Ted's Indians collection.

1888 MS-65RD PCGS (PS) $3,500
Full strike with outstanding surfaces. A very tough date to find this nice.

1888 Snow-2 AU-50 PCGS $650
A very popular variety with digits in the first pearl and repunching on the 8 digits. Used to classified as an overdate. The variety is listed on the holder.

1888 Snow-31 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $1,000
20% RED. Fully struck. Labeled FS-304 on the holder. It is a prominent misplaced digit in the hair curl. This is the only one graded by PCGS with the variety labeled on the holder.

1889 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $650
50% RED. Very few marks. The feather tips are a bit weak due to a debris strike-through. A tough date in this grade.

1889 Snow-11 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $800
30% RED. Full strike with outstanding surfaces. This is a very scarce doubled die with bold doubling on the reverse. This is the finest known example. The variety is listed on the holder.

1889 Snow-3 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $850
75% RED. Full strike. This is a very bold repunched date and the finest known example. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1889 Snow-6 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $400
75% RED. Full strike with very even color. The finest known example of this scarce repunched date.

1890 Snow-1 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) $1,350
Full strike with hardly a mark. This is the quadrupled die on the outer areas of the legend. One of the top examples known.

1890 Snow-1 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) $1,250
A very interesting quadrupled die with outward spreading on all the digits of the legend. Very sharp with very few marks. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1890 Snow-3 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $1,000
30% RED. Well struck with a beautiful magenta, orange and lavender toning. A very scarce variety with a 1 sticking out of the neck. This is the finest example known. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1890 Snow-4 VF-30 PCGS $120
Bold digit in the denticles. The variety is listed on the holder.

1891 MS-64RD PCGS (PS) CAC $600
Roll-fresh look. Some light flyspecks. Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago.

1891 MS-65RD PCGS (PS) $1,500
Full strike with very few marks. Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago.

1891 Snow-3 MS-65RB NGC (PS) $800
50% RED. Full strike with very few marks and a wonderful satiny luster. Very bold repunched date. Gold with some purple toning. This is the plate coin in the book and tied for finest known.

1892 "Scarface" Snow-14 PCGS $2,500
20% RED. One of the strangest varieties in the series. Numerous bold die scratches are seen all over the portrait. A spot on the first feather limits the grade. Even so, this is one of the finest known.

1893 MS-64RD PCGS (PS) $500
Full strike with very few marks. A few light flyspecks keep it from a higher grade.

1893 MS-65RD PCGS (PS) $1,000
Full strike with outstanding eye appeal. Small spot on the reverse.

1893 Snow-2 MS-65RD NGC $750
Neat repunched date. Slightly muted color.

1893 Snow-6 MS-64BN NGC (PS) $300
Full strike and an attractive chocolate brown. Very few marks. The repunching is very wide. This is the second finest known in the condition census.

1894 MS-64BN NGC (PS) $650
Full strike. Wonderful purple toning.

1894 MS-65RD PCGS (PS) CAC $2,000
Great strike and a stunning example. There are very few marks. This is a very tough date to locate this nice.

1894 Snow-2 MS-64RD (PS) $1,550
A very tough variety with a 94 sticking out of the denticles. This is the finest example of about 10 known pieces. The coin is fully struck with just a few light stains holding it back from a gem.

1894/1894 Snow-1 MS-63BN PCGS (PS) $2,000
Full strike with very few marks. This is one of the top varieties of the series. The coin has an attractive olive tone.

1894/1894 Snow-1 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) $2,750
The top repunched date in the series. This is a fully struck example with great eye appeal.

1896 Snow-13 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $450
80% RED. Prooflike fields on the obverse. This is a very bold repunched date. It is similar to S1 and just recently found to be a different die pair.

1896 Snow-3 MS-63RB NGC (PS) $225
20% RED. Full strike. Wonderful toning with layers of magenta, emerald, lavender and purple. Repunched date too. Scrape on the cheek lowers the grade.

1897 MS-63BN NGC (PS) $175
Beautiful violet and lavender toning.

1897 MS-66RD NGC (PS) $3,500
Full strike with outstanding eye appeal. Very few marks. Very tough in this grade.

1897 Snow-1 "1 in Neck" AU-53 PCGS (PS) $900
Attractive chocolate brown with very few marks. This is a very popular variety with a bold 1 sticking out of the neck.

1897 Snow-1 1 in the Neck AU-55 $650
A very popular variety which is very close to mint state. There is lots of luster and it is an attractive chocolate brown. A few light edge bumps are present.

1897 Snow-1 XF-45 PCGS $350
A very popular variety. I grade it VF30.

1897 Snow-8 MS-65RB PCGS $950
80% RED. Well struck with the typical debris-filled feather tips. This is the finest graded example of this very dramatic repunched date. Hit on the cheek. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1898 Snow-29 MS-65RD NGC (PS) $950
Full strike with good eye appeal. Scarce and dramatic repunched date. One of the finest known.

1898 Snow-29 MS-65RD NGC (PS) $750
Full strike with very few marks. A beautiful example. Minor repunching on the 8.

1898 Snow-5 MS-66RD NGC (PS) $2,500
Super luster with outstanding eye appeal. This is a very bold misplaced digit variety.

1898 Snow-5 MS-66RD PCGS (PS) $2,950
Well struck with outstanding surfaces. There is the top of a digit in the denticles below the 9. It is undoubtedly the finest known example. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1899 MS-64BN NGC (PS) $200
Outstanding purple toning, mostly on the obverse. The feather tips are weak due to a debris strike-through.

1899 Snow-1 VF-30 PCGS $120
Bold repunched date. The variety is listed on the holder.

1899 Snow-1 XF-45 PCGS $185
Bold repunched date. The variety is listed on the holder.

1899 Snow-13 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $350
30% RED. Full strike with very few marks. Die chip in the last 9 looks like a 1899/7.

1899 Snow-13 So-called 9/7 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $750
75% RED. Full strike with very few marks. A very well-known variety from its listing as a 1899/97 overdate.

1901 MS-64RB NGC (PS) $175
70% RED. Full strike. Good luster.

1901 MS-65RD PCGS (PS) $650
Full strike with a beautiful roll-fresh appearence. Very few marks.

1901 MS-66RD PCGS (PS) $1,650
Very few marks and great luster. Very few marks, as would be expected for the grade. Slight weakness on the first three feather tips due to a debris strike-through.

1902 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $140
20% RED. Full strike. Very few marks.

1902 MS-65BN NGC (PS) $200
Full strike with very few marks.

1902 Snow-4 F-12 ANACS $40
A neat variety with a die gouge by the eye.

1902 Snow-4 VG-8 PCGS (PS) $125
A very popular die flaw variety. The best variety of the 1900-1909 era of the series. The variety is listed on the holder.

1903 MS-64RB NGC (PS) $150
50% RED. Full strike. Glowing deep red color. Very attractive.

1903 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $120
30% RED. Very few marks.

1903 MS-65RD NGC (PS) $625
Full strike with very few marks.

1903 Snow-3 VG-8 PCGS $160
Scarce and bold repunched date. The variety is listed on the holder.

1904 MS-64RB NGC (PS) $165
30% RED. Very few marks. First three feathers are weak due to a debris strike-through.

1904 MS-65RD NGC (PS) $650
Full strike with outstanding luster and wonderful eye appeal.

1904 MS-66RD PCGS (PS) $2,250
Blazing luster with very few marks This is a super coin.

1904 MS-66RD PCGS (PS) $2,250
Full strike with prooflike fields. A very attractive example.

1904 MS-66RD PCGS (PS) $1,850
Full strike with outstanding luster. Just a few light marks.

1905 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $140
30% RED. Full strike with hardly any marks. Small spot by Lady Liberty's mouth.

1905 MS-65RD PCGS (PS) $725
A stunning example with the look of a 66RD.

1905 Snow-3 DDR MS-64RD PCGS $250
A minor doubled die reverse. The finest example seen.

1906 Snow-1 MS-64RB PCGS (PS) $225
30% RED. Bold repunched date. One of the finest known.

1907 MS-63RB (B) $55
90% RED. Very close to full red. Might be 64RB but for a light fingerprint tone.

1907 MS-65RB NGC (PS) $300
99% RED. Full strike with outstanding luster and very few marks.

1907 Snow-1 VF-20 PCGS (PS) $85
Bold repunched date. The variety is listed on the holder.

1907 Snow-12 MS-64+BN PCGS (PS) $150
Attractive chocolate brown. Repunched date too.

1907 Snow-2 MS-64RB NGC (PS) $250
90% RED. Full strike. A very bold repunched date.

1907 Snow-2 MS-64RD PCGS (PS) $750
Fully struck with outstanding luster. Some light marks limit the grade. A bold repunched date. The variety is labeled on the holder.

1907 Snow-3 MS-63BN $85
Bold repunched date.

1907 Snow-3 MS-65RB NGC (PS) $300
90% RED. Full strike with very few marks. Bold repunched date on the 17. Old fat-style holder from over 20 years ago.

1907 Snow-6 MS-63BN $75
Bold repunched date.

1908 MS-65RB PCGS (PS) $300
99% RED. Fully struck. Looks full red.

1908 Snow-21 MS-64BN PCGS (PS) $130
Full strike. Chocolate brown. Repunched date.

1909 MS-66RD PCGS (PS) $1,500
This is a beautiful example with satinly luster and great eye appeal. Small hit on the cheek is the only mentionable mark. There is a planchet flake by the rim at 5:00, but that is mint-caused. Ex: Carnton collection.

1909-S F-15 $485
Close to VF. Chocolate brown.

1909-S Indian VF-20 $625
Attractive chocolate brown with very few marks. Looks like what the grading services are calling XF.

Proof Flying Eagles

1858 Large Letters PR-63 CAMEO PCGS (PS) $10,000
Deep mirrors and outstanding eye appeal. The grade is limited by some granular areas on the obverse which disturb the deep mirrors. It is a full gem on the reverse. This is a very tough date in Proof with less than 100 struck. Proof Flying Eagle cents are some of the most beautiful coins we know of, and this coin is no exception.

Proof Indians

1862 PR-66 CAM PCGS (PS) $5,750
Here is a beautiful deeply mirrored example with fully frosty cameo contrast. Outstanding eye appeal.

1867 Proof details NGC $700
40% RED. Medium mirrors and no hairlines. A scarce date proof at an attractive price. Labeled as improperly cleaned by NGC.

1875 PR-66RB PCGS $2,600
80% RED. Good mirrors and very few spots. This is a very tough date to find nice.

1877 PR-64RB PCGS (PS) $5,000
75% RED. Good mirrors. A beautiful example with nearly full red reverse. Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago. Light spot by the reverse rim at 7:00.

1878 PR-64RB NGC (PS) $550
75% RED. Good mirrors. Slightly streaky tone.

1880 PR-65BN PCGS $650
Some light magenta toning.

1883 PR-65BN PCGS (PS) $950
A beautiful violet-tone gem. Deeper mirrors and more intense toning on the reverse.

1884 PR-65RB PCGS (PS) $750
90% RED. Medium mirrors. Very close to full red.

1885 PR-65BN PCGS (PS) $2,000
Outstanding magenta and emerald toning.

1885 PR-66BN PCGS $750
Medium mirrors. Magenta toning. A few light fly specks by the T in UNITED.

1885 PR-66BN PCGS CAC (PS) $3,750
Here is a gorgeous example with emerald and violet toning on the obverse and emerald and magenta toning on the reverse. This is an outstanding example that must be seen in person to appreciate.

1886 Type 1 PR-66BN PCGS $800
Medium mirrors. Deep emerald tone. Some light fly specks.

1887 PR-66BN PCGS (PS) $950
Brown patina with a light violet tone. Medium mirrors as is typical for this year.

1888 PR-64RD PCGS (PS) $2,000
Deep mirrors and exceptional eye appeal. This is a very tough date to find full red.

1888 PR-65BN PCGS (PS) $1,500
Here is a beautiful example with violet and lavender tone. Good mirrors with a cameo contrast.

1889 PR-65BN NGC (PS) $700
Beautiful example with medium mirrors and outstanding eye appeal. there is a hint of purple toning.

1889 PR-65BN NGC (PS) CAC $600
50% RED. Good mirrors. Labeled BN, but really RB. Even color and great eye appeal. One of the few proof issues found with clash marks.

1891 PR-65RB PCGS $600
Mostly brown with medium mirrors. Light fingerprint by the date.

1892 PR-65RB PCGS (PS) CAC $1,650
Here is a beautiful example with emerald toning and great mirrors.

1893 PR-64BN NGC (PS) $600
A beautiful problem free example with emerald and violet toning.

1894 PR-65BN NGC (PS) $1,300
Violet and magenta toning. There are a few light flyspecks which created a few light toning voids.

1895 PR-66RB PCGS (PS) $3,250
Outstanding magenta and purple toning.

1896 PR-64BN PCGS (PS) $550
Good mirrors with very few marks.

1899 PR-65RB PCGS (PS) $800
80% RED. Good mirrors and very close to full red.

1899 PR-65RD PCGS (PS) $1,700
Here is a beautiful gem red with outstanding eye appeal. Great mirrors.

1900 PR-66RB PCGS (PS) $2,500
Here is a super toned example with gorgeous deep gold and purple toning. Ex: Larry Sheperd collection

1902 PR-66BN PCGS (PS) $2,600
Here is a beautiful toned example with olive and purple toning.

1903 PR-65RD PCGS $1,200
Deep mirrored gem with great eye appeal. Some slight magenta toning on the feathers and the wreath at 1:00. Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago.

1904 PR-64RB PCGS (PS) $950
Here is a stunning violet and purple-toned gem. This issue is found with die stiations, which the graders mistook for scratches. It is truly a gem.

1905 PR-64RB NGC (PS) $500
75% RED. Light emerald and violet toning. No real flaws. I think it is undergraded.

1908 PR-64RB NGC (PS) $500
Medium mirrors with gold center and magenta toning near the rims.

1908 PR-66RB NGC (PS) $1,200
75% RED. Good mirrors with bands of violet and magenta toning.

1909 PR-65RB NGC $700
50% RED. Good mirrors. Some light flyspecks. Old fat-style holder from over 20 years ago.

Large Cents

1793 Chain AMERICA Good details PCGS $5,000
Environmental damage. The date, legend portrait and denomination are all fully visible. There are large corrosion encrustations on both sides. About as affordable you can get with full details.

1793 Wreath cent Good details PCGS $1,500
The date and portrait are visible but the surface is heavily corroded. Vine and Bars edge.

1793 Wreath Cent S-9 Good details NCS $1,400
Some edge bumps and mild pitting. Medium brown with a slightly brighter color by the date due to a light wipe, probably from an attempt to see the date better. The full legend, denomination and wreath are visible on the reverse. The full portrait and LIBERTY is also visible. The date is partially visible.

2 & 3 Cent Pieces

1864 Two Cent with a reverse clash from a cent AU-58 PCGS $950
A very popular variety with clash marks on the reverse from the obverse of an Indian Cent. The outline of the portrail is shallow but visible. Trace of red.

1864 Two Cent with reverse clash from an Indian Cent XF-40 PCGS $625
A very popular variety with clash marks on the reverse from the obverse of an Indian Cent. The outline of the portrait is shallow but visible. Chocolate brown.

1864 Two Cents with a reverse clash from an Indian Cent (AU) GEN PCGS $500
A very popular variety with clash marks on the reverse from the obverse of an Indian Cent. The outline of the portrait is shallow but visible. Looks original with a trace of red. I grade it AU-50. There is a corrosion area on the reverse at 7:00.

1867 Two Cents Doubled Die Obv. MS-64RB PCGS $8,750
75% RED. A very bold doubled die and one of the finest known. This example is well struck with very few marks.

5 Cent Nickels

1903 Liberty Nickel PR-64 PCGS $400
Good mirrors. Slightly hazy. A contact mark by the base of the portrait limits the grade. Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago.

1912-S Liberty Nickel MS-64 PCGS $2,700
Very well struck with outstanding eye appeal. The grade is limited only by a few marks by the mouth. This is a very tough date in the Liberty nickel series.

Mercury Dimes

1942/1 Mercury dime. XF-40 PCGS $675
Original and problem free. Popular bold overdate.

Barber Quarters

1893 Barber Quarter PR-63 PCGS $1,000
Good mirrors and frosted devices. Light grey toning on the obverse and untoned reverse. Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago.

Barber Halves

1901 Barber Half Dollar PR-63 PCGS $1,150
Good mirrors. Slightly hazy with very few marks. Mostly untoned.

Walking Lib. Halves

1941 Walking Liberty half dollar MS-67 PCGS CAC $750
Full strike with very few marks. Light golden tone around the rims. Very flashy luster.

1943-D Walking Liberty half dollar MS-66 NGC CAC $225
Well struck. Satiny luster with a light gold tone.

1943-S Walking Liberty half dollar MS-66 PCGS $650
Well struck and original with good luster and a light tone.

Early Quarters

1796 Draped Bust Quarter Fair details NCS $5,800
A very popular one-year type. Although well-worn, the date is bold and the portrait is fully outlines. Only the base of LIBERTY is visible.The reverse shows a partial eagle and only a few letters of AMERICA. The holder says it is improperly cleaned, but it does not have any obvious evidence of this.

1806 Draped Bust quarter VG-08 PCGS $625
Well worn but with full date, legend and portrait visible. Top of LIBERTY worn. A few light scratches on the reverse. Reverse rotated as shown. B-3 variety with a flaw on the left side of the shield.

Half Cents

1856 Copper Nickel Half-cent J-177 PR-65 NGC $10,000
Prototype alloy test for the 1856 Flying Eagle cent. Bright with very good mirrors. Well struck with a nearly full coronet. Rims indistinct as always. This is due to the mint using type 1 planchets. This is important as it is one of the finest known examples. As nice as the Missouri cabinet example which sold for $14,000. 50 examples were struck and most are dull. Not this one!

Collecting US Half Cents with Jim McGuigan $30
DVD - 2005 - 39 minutes

United States Half Cents by Bowers/Ruddy $15

Walter Breen's Encyclopedia of US Half Cents 1793-1857 by Walter Breen $75

Wisconsin Extra Leaf Quarters

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WI Extra Leaf Quarter - High Leaf MS-64 PCGS $250
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WI Extra Leaf Quarter - High Leaf MS-65 NGC $300
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WI Extra Leaf Quarter - High Leaf MS-65 PCGS $350
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WI Extra Leaf Quarter - High Leaf MS-66 NGC $500
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WI Extra Leaf Quarter - Low Leaf MS-64 PCGS $200
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WI Extra Leaf Quarter - Low Leaf MS-65 NGC $225
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WI Extra Leaf Quarter - Low Leaf MS-65 PCGS $250
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WI Extra Leaf Quarter - Low Leaf MS-66 NGC $400
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WI Extra Leaf Quarter - Low Leaf MS-66 PCGS $450
Beautiful examples that are newly graded by PCGS. They are very tight on these coins in the 3-prong holders. Image is for representation only.

WI Extra Leaf Quarter - Low Leaf MS-67 NGC $850
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18th Century English "Conder" Tokens

Cambridgeshire DH12 MS-64BN NGC $225
1795. Druid, "Current in the counties of..". Beehive, "Industry has its sure rewards. Edge: Cambridge, Bedford. Well struck. Traces of red.

Gloucestershire - Newent DH64 $225
1796. Crab Apple tree. "Industry leads to Honour". "Thousands of Crab Apples...raised by J. Morse..". Edge: Payable at Newent.

Hampshire - Emsworth DH15 MS-63BN NGC $225
"Earl Howe and the Glorious First of June". The largest naval battle of the era pitted the British against the French fleet on June 1, 1794. France was attempting to deliver grain from the US to relieve the starving masses in France. Both sides claimed it a victory, but France lost 7 ships and their crew. However they managed to deliver the grain.

Hampshire - Petersfield DH48A MS-64BN NGC $275
1793 Promisary Halfpenny from Petersfield. A beautiful chocolate brwon token with a gelding and rider and stork on the reverse. Engrailed edge.

Kent - Maidstone DH36 MS-62BN NGC $175
"The Spring of Freedom England's Blessing", 1795 Coat of arms of Maidstone. Edge: Payable by Henry Oliver. Henry Oliver was a cutler with a business in Maidstone. Chocolate brown.

Lancashire - Lancaster DH14 MS-63BN NGC $225
"John of Gaunt Duke of Lancaster". The late 12th century Duke, father of King Henry IV. 1791 Lansater Halfpenny. Small dark area in the field by the Duke's Mouth. Edge: Payable at Warehouse.

Lancashire - Liverpool DH93 AU-53 NGC $145
Ship, "Liverpool Haplfpenny", "Dues Nobis Haec Otia fecit" latin for "God has created this tranquility". Attractive chocolate brown. Edge: Payable at Warehouse.

Lancashire - Manchester DH135A MS-63BN NGC $225
1793 "Success to Manchester", "Success to Navigation". Edge Payable at Birmingham. It commemorates the construction of The Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal, begun in 1791.

Lancashire - Rochdale DH147 MS-63BN NGC $225
Boy on a loom. Rochdale Halfpenny 1792. Planchet void in the field on the reverse at 9:00.

Middlesex - Allen's DH246 MS-65BN NGC $275
Allen’s boot & shoemaker London dated 1795. Obverse: The arms of William Allen’s family including six martlets and surmounted by another. Rev: Shield of arms of the Cordwainer’s or Shoemaker’s Company including three goat’s heads and surmounted by another. “Promissory Halfpenny” Edge: Payable in Chandos Street Convent Garden.

Middlesex - Carter's DH-275 MS-64RB NGC $350
"Carter 25 Jermyn Street London 1795" Lady's slipper. "Ladies Show Manufactory". 90% RED.

Middlesex - Foundling DH365 AU-55 NGC $150
"Foundling Fields" Lamb facing left with olive branch in mouth. "Payable on Demand". 1795. "JB" in script. James Burton, builder and developer of much of the foundling hospital.

Middlesex - Kempton's 1 p. DH51 MS-63BN NGC $295
"Christ's Church Hospital Founded 1552", "London Penny Token". The Blue-coat school named for the blue uniforms they wear. Part of the London Building series.

Middlesex - Kilvington's DH-346 MS-63BN NGC $225
"Payable at J. Kilvington's" Laureate bust. "Brunswick Halfpenny 1795" figure of Britannia seated. Engrailed edge.

Middlesex - Lackington's DH353 MS-63BN NGC $225
J, Lackington, Cheapest bookseller in the world! James Lackington ran a huge book store in Finsbury square, called the "Temple of the muses". He published his autobiography "Memoirs of the First Forty-Five Years of the Life of James Lackington" in 1791. Edge: Payable at the temple.

Middlesex - Lyceum DH362F MS-63BN NGC $350
"The First Equestrian Performance in Europe". "Singing Dancing and Tumbling". Performer standing on horse, performer doing a headstand on a kinfe. A trace of red remains. Edge: ///

Middlesex - Mail Coach DH363 MS-63BN NGC $225
"A token of gratutude from the Mail Coach" by J. Palmer. James Palmer was a theatre owner and instigator of the British system of mail coaches. Ex: Richard Doty collection.

Middlesex -Hall DH315C MS-63BN NGC $275
"Sir Jeffery Dunstan Mayor of Garrat". These Garrat "elections" were spoof election and were very popular, with up to 80,000 attendees. Local innkeepers and pub keepers profited and sponsored the event. People put forth rather unusual candidates to parody the features of the real election. Dunstan, a wig maker, was elected due to his grotesque appearence and strange mannerisms.

Middlesex DH-1010 MS-63BN NGC $225
"Hon. T. Erskine", Rev. "A friend to FreedoM and the Rights of Man". Thomas Erskine was one of the lawyers in the 1794 sedition trials.

Middlesex DH-864 MS-64BN NGC $575
1795. Buck bouding out of the woods. Rev. "Little Turnstill halfpenny" Two children on a turnstile. One of Spence'e mules. Very attractive toning.

Middlesex DH-865a MS-63BN NGC $575
1796. "John Thelwall". Rev. Cap and pole. "Libertas".

Middlesex DH-903 AU-58BN NGC $150
1795. St Paul's Cathederal London, "London and Brighton". Rev. "Payable at the Warehouse of I. Spittle's".

Middlesex DH-913 MS-62BN NGC $195
1795. "Fear God and Honour the King". Rev. "Render unto Cesear the thing's that are Cesear's". A beautiful prooflike example.

Middlesex DH-923 MS-63RB PL NGC $250
"May Peace and Plenty Accompany the Prince & Princess of Wales", Rev. "Payable in London Essex and Norfolk". Prooflike fields and beautiful toning.

Middlesex DH-967B MS-63BN NGC $225
1794. "George Prince of Wales". Rev. Halfpenny" Three feathers in a crown. George would become King George IV in 1820.

Middlesex DH-977 MS-63BN NGC $275
1795. "Princess of Wales". Rev. "Half Penny". Princess Caroline (later Queen Caroline) was George's cousin. Having never met, they married in 1795. His reason was to increase his allowance to pay off his debts.

Warwickshire - Hickman's DH145 XF-45 NGC $75
1792. John Howard. Birminham Promissory Penny. Edge: Payable at Hickman's