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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection, Masterpieces of United States Coinage, Part V (pg. 226)



    The D Brent Pogue Collection Part V Large Cents The Garrett 1798 Sheldon 179 golden biscuit Tied for Finest Known Lot 5110 1798 Sheldon 179 Rarity 3 Style II Hair Mint State 65 BN PCGS Doug was known for creating colorful nicknames and phrases and many of these can be found on his typed coin envelopes Certain gem cents looked like a golden biscuit fresh from the ovend Robert A Schuman eulogizing C Douglas Smith Venny Wise November 1999 A triumph of frost and ori


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    Long Beach Signature US Coin Auction (pg. 29)

    Long Beach

    1807 6 S 273 B 3 Cent MS62 Brown Doug Smith s golden biscuit 3023 1807 6 Large 7 MS62 Brown PCGS S 273 B 3 R l MRB AU55 Breen Die State IV the latest that he recorded with heavy obverse clash marks and a short horizontal die crack from the obverse rim at 7 30 This is the common 1807 6 overdate variety with the former 6 plainly visible It is a popular choice with type collectors for its plainly visible overdate and its standing as the second most


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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection Part VII - Masterpieces of United States Coinage (pg. 42)

    Numismatics Auctions

    The D Brent Pogue Collection Part VII LARGE CENTS The Garrett 1798 Sheldon 179 golden biscuit Tied for Finest Known Lot 7007 1798 Sheldon 179 Rarity 3 Style II Hair MS 65 BN PCGS CAC A triumph of frost and originality the Garrett 1798 S 179 has been blessed with one of the highest honors in the realm of the early cents a nickname bestowed by the late C Douglas Smith Smith a collector and student of the cent series who formerly cataloged for our firm was one of the driving fo


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    The Twin Leaf Collection of United States Large Cents (pg. 12)



    IN Leaf Collection of united states Large cents The Middle Dates Magnificent Mint State 1816 Newcomb 1 Condition Census 2 The golden biscuit 2001 1816 N 1 Rarity 4 Noyes Die State B B MS 65 BN PCGS GAG Deep golden tan and olive with faint mahogany red in certain light Remnants of the original mint color are still seen in protected areas of the reverse Lustrous and glossy throughout and virtually mark free aside from a small abrasion above the T in CENT Nicely struck and well centered with nice full dentils all around Th


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    The 2002 EAC Convention Sale (pg. 66)

    Numismatics Auction catalogs

    le points sharper with some dull light scratches more like shallow scrapes across the date and minor roughness covering most of the planchet No verdigris Rather glossy steel brown with darker olive brown toning in protected areas the two tone look accenting the raised areas The date is full but a bit weak due to the scratches and the reverse legends are complete The overdate is visible golden biscuit 1807 6 2 273 354 1807 6 S 273 R1 AU55 Overdate Large 7 over 6 Very close to mint state but there is a short string of dull horizontal nicks on the throat Otherwise this cent is choice with great eye appeal Lustrous tan and light brown with a small area of reddish brown toning in the field over the hair ribbon and hints of very faded underlying mint red on the reverse A highly lustrous go


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    The 2002 EAC Convention Sale (pg. 66)

    Numismatics Auction catalogs

    le points sharper with some dull light scratches more like shallow scrapes across the date and minor roughness covering most of the planchet No verdigris Rather glossy steel brown with darker olive brown toning in protected areas the two tone look accenting the raised areas The date is full but a bit weak due to the scratches and the reverse legends are complete The overdate is visible golden biscuit 1807 6 2 273 354 1807 6 S 273 R1 AU55 Overdate Large 7 over 6 Very close to mint state but there is a short string of dull horizontal nicks on the throat Otherwise this cent is choice with great eye appeal Lustrous tan and light brown with a small area of reddish brown toning in the field over the hair ribbon and hints of very faded underlying mint red on the reverse A highly lustrous go


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    The Clark E. Adams and Duncan MacMillan Collections (pg. 44)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    the present consignor THIRD FINEST KNOWN 120 1802 Sheidon 236 Rarity 1 Mint State 60 Lustrous and frosty golden brown faded form mint color with touches of mellowed mint red on both sides and delicate steel toning spots in the right obverse field and through OF AMERICA on the reverse the surfaces virtual ly flawless A choice and highly attractive Cent described by C Dou glas Smith as a golden biscuit Third finest known exceeded only by the Dr French coin and a fairly recently discovered example which came from Sweden Intermediate die stare Light cracks through the fiist digit of the date the curl above and into the field and on the reverse die incusations before the throat and on the lower reverse Ex Stack s privately Herman Halpem 2 14 87 C Douglas Smith 3 30 92 to the present c


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    The Jack H. Robinson Collection of Large Cents and Half Cents (pg. 127)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    coin that EAC is all about and a neat die state as well State VIII The reverse cud is still partial but now fully raised and the die bulges have become more pronounced Ex New England Rare Coin Galleries 6 81 41 Denis W Loring 11 7 81 C Douglas Smith Jack H Beymer 325 1798 Sheldon 161 Low Rarity 2 Clapp 21 Doughty 130 Wide date lump on 0 in ONE Very Fine 35 Rainspot glossy golden biscuit obverse with a glossy darker olive brown reverse Even more attractive in appearance than the last lot and a truly beautiful Cent State IX The reverse cud is now complete Ex Ray Chatham 1958 A Kosoff Herman Englehardt 11 3 59 R E Naftzger Jr New Netherlands Coin Co 11 14 73 476 Dorothy Paschal Denis W Loring 7 30 80 C Douglas Smith 326 1798 Sheldon 162 Rarity 4 Clapp 22


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    The Fred J. Casterline and Brooks Hall Collections Sale and the Robert E. Matthews Collection (pg. 95)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    Rarity 4 Very Fine 25 Generally clean and pleasing surfaces with evidence of a spot which was removed at the bases of Nl in UNITED Medium brown on the obverse darker on the reverse Die State Perfect dies Purchased at the Indiana State Convention in 6 84 by John D Wright 7 84 1819 Newcomb 6 Rarity 1 About Uncirculated 50 Lovely lustrous medium light brown the perfect example of a golden biscuit a name given to this color and surface by C Douglas Smith There is a tiny nick on the rim midway between S O Die State Perfect dies Ex Doug Bird 2 87 1819 Newcomb 6 Rarity 1 Extremely Fine 45 Sharpness of five points better but cleaned and nicely retoned to a medium dark olive steel color with dark red undertones A nice Cent Not part of the Matthews Collection 1819 Newcomb 7 Rarity


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    The Rarities Night Auction (pg. 195)



    s of lower grades if they survived at all Another key to the Standing Liberty quarter set in absolutely superlative condition PCGS 5749 PCGS Population 2 none finer within the Full Head designation From the Just Having Fun Collection Charming Chart Topping MS 66 Full Head PCGS 1924 S Key Date Quarter 11388 1924 S MS 66 FH PCGS Secure Holder Radiant luster throughout with a glaze of golden biscuit toning when ex amined under a light especially near the rims with the cen ters bright white The surfaces are of majestic quality with no distracting bagmarks or nicks and the fields are especial ly clean and fresh Sharp too in terms of strike earning the coveted Full Plead designation for the three defined leaves on Liberty s head with sharper definition down to her toes than usually see


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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection, Masterpieces of United States Coinage, Part V (pg. 227)



    inet this cent brought 10 25 It would not be offered again for nearly a century In 1979 it was bid from an open of 2 300 to a final hammer price of 18 000 selling to Ted Naftzger s friend and agent Stanley Kesselman after Naftzger agreed to lay off the lot as a favor to C Douglas Smith who coveted the coin as an upgrade to his EF 45 specimen Naftzger didn t give up his pursuit of the golden biscuit and successfully swapped what he called an AU cleaned Chain C for it over a year after the sale It remained in the Naftzger Collection until acquired by D Brent Pogue in 2008 When first seen at lot viewing for that sale your cataloger s eight word notation next to this coin s description included the word awesome a mention of the coin s light faded color and a forceful but compliment


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    The Philadelphia Americana Sale: Part Two (pg. 97)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs; Bleviss Alan; Eliasberg Jr. Louis E.; Feinberg Richard E.; Heightshoe Walter E.; Krause Chester L.

    obverse bright reverse 1880 S 2 Both mostly white with light toning 1881 S Baggy obverse much nicer reverse white 1882 S Bright with toning spot reverse on knot 1883 0 White with hint of gold 1885 0 MS 64 Rim gold with some spots 1885 0 2 Both bright one with face scuffs 1886 Bright and attractive 1887 MS 63 or better Russet rim obverse white for balance 1888 0 golden biscuit toning with lustre 1898 0 MS 64 2 Bright with a touch of toning 1898 0 Lustrous with a golden blush 1902 0 Slightly hazy but white 1903 Light peach toning 1921 S Hazy with rim gold Total 19 pieces 2956 Selection of Mint State Morgans 1878 S MS 62 1884 0 MS 62 1881 MS 62 1898 0 MS 62 1904 0 MS 64 1921 Morgan MS 63 Most show some level of toning A decent group r


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    The Magnifiecent Herman Halpern Collection of United States Large Cents (pg. 16)



    the reverse has a hairline break connecting the tops of ITED only A famous coin from the set of 17 gem late dates assembled by Hines later owned by Dr Sheldon and acquired from him by C Douglas Smith in the late 1950 s Once owned by Newcomb explaining its appearance as his plate coin To Naftzger in 1981 regained by Smith at the 1986 EAC in Arlington Virginia Known in the field as The golden biscuit it was for a long time the only known Mint State example ofN l Lot No 287 Lot No 288 287 1816 Newcomb 2 Left foot of N in ONE recut Mint State 63 perhaps better Light brown steel toning with iridescent overtones Light contact marks but an exceptionally sharp strike and well above average surfaces for this Randall Hoard variety Full cartwheel lustre on both sides a sure 65 if it had a


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    The Magnifiecent Herman Halpern Collection of United States Large Cents (pg. 124)



    he reverse has a hairline break connecting the tops of ITED only A famous coin from the set of 77 gem late dates assembled by Hines later owned by Dr Sheldon and acquired from him by C Douglas Smith in the late 1950 s Once owned by Newcomb explaining its appearance as his plate coin To Naftzger in 1981 regained by Smith at the 1986 EAC in Arlington Virginia Known in the field as The golden biscuit it was for a long time the only known Mint State example of N l 287 1816 Newcomb 2 Left foot of N in ONE recut Mint State 63 perhaps better Light brown steel toning with iridescent overtones Light contact marks but an exceptionally sharp strike and wel above average surfaces for this Randall Hoard variety Full cartwheel lustre on both sides a sure 65 if it had a bit of red Obverse ri


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    United States Gold, Silver & Copper Coins, Paper Money featuring the outstanding Tad Collection of U.S. Large Cents (pg. 43)



    finest of the variety Lot 1464 Gaskill sale 1957 Lot 136 Landau sale 1826 N 6 Close Date AU 50 Uneven light and medium brown well struck but rubbed on high points Late state of obverse die showing continuous rim break from fourth to ninth stars not often seen thus Lot 645 Du pont 1827 N l MS 65 Splendid even impression full needle sharp detail The obverse brings to mind a golden biscuit fresh from the oven darker outlines then become visible when it is tilted in the light to create the hypnotic silhouette effect The reverse is an entirely contrasting medium olive steel with cabinet friction on the high points indicating the coin lay for many years with the magnificent obverse displayed Lot 138 Landau sale where it was described as The finest known 1827 Newcomb l in eve


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    The January 2012 Americana Sale (pg. 361)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs; Fowler William P.; O'Mara Thomas F.X.

    state of the obverse with bold rays One sunspot is noted and the toning is light teal to hazy gold at most PCGS 6637 From the Walking Liberty Tribute Collection 8733 1937 Proof 66 PCGS Sharp bright and reflective with no impairments spots or significant toning Early die state with strong rays PCGS 6637 From the Walking Liberty Tribute Collection 8734 1937 Proof 66 NGC A silver golden biscuit with attractive but delicate toning that has settled in over the years The strike is sharp but this is the later over polished die of 1937 where the rays of the sun are broken and the letters in the Motto are thin as struck Amazing quality surfaces and a pleasing Gem for the collector PCGS 6637 From the Walking Liberty Tribute Collection 8735 1937 Proof 65 NGC Sparkling white reflectivi


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    Pre-Long Beach Elite Coin Auction (pg. 6)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    ens and marshes Once after gazing at a gem cent with perfect surfaces Doug created the B P E bottomless pool effect later variations included the S T E spectacled trout effect A L E autumn leaves effect negatively the B R E bombed runway effect and the memorable H P E hot potato effect for cents that had changed hands frequently and rapidly Certain gem cents looked like a golden biscuit fresh from the oven Doug would often sell or trade a cent only to buy it back again years later He would say You can t really love a large cent until you ve owned it at least three times Doug s interest in and involvement with large cents appears to have been initiated by Homer Downing who having met Doug at several local coin club meetings in the late 194 s said Young man you shoul


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    The Eugene H. Gardner Collection of US Coins Signature Auction (pg. 31)

    Gene Gardner

    a small die bulge left of the low curls Population Data 5 14 For the several Small Date Large Fraction varieties PCGS has certified 10 MS63 Brown and four finer pieces NGC has graded three of all varieties MS63 Brown with two finer Heritage Commentary Older collectors enjoyed imaginative descriptions that are often lost today For example at one time this piece would have been called a golden biscuit to describe its desirable golden brown color Del Bland grades this piece MS61 and finest known Bill Noyes assigns a grade of AU55 tied for second finest Provenance Francis Lee 1913 Essex Institute Stack s 1975 lot 157 RARCOA New England Rare Coin Galleries Superior 10 1977 lot 176 Jack Beymer 1979 R E Naftzger Jr 2 1992 Eric Streiner Early American Coppers 4 1994 l


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    CSNS US Coin Signature Auction (pg. 961)

    CSNS

    esent on both sides with the reverse displaying greater effects Listed on page 70 of the 2014 Guide Book From The Old New England Collection 8039 1787 New Jersey Copper No Sprig Above Plow VF35 NGC Maris 48 g W 5275 R l This is a Choice VF example of the reverse die exhibiting the most pronounced shield outline of the dies known for bold outlines An attractive piece this coin displays golden biscuit color The centering is pleasing on both sides further adding to the appeal The lower reverse reveals minor planchet striations Listed on page 70 of the 2014 Guide Book From The Old New England Collection PCGS 506 8040 1787 New Jersey Copper Sprig Above PI ow Environmental Damage NGC Details VG Maris 63 s W 5375 R 2 The degree of design detail remaining on the obverse of this well


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    Long Beach, CA Signature Coin Auction (pg. 659)

    Long Beach

    of wear on the highpoints of the obverse and reverse indicated by pale grayish color on the cheek shoulder and wreath the eye appeal of this coin is outstanding Little cartwheel luster remains with reflective fields on both sides As usual the upper obverse hair details and the wreath details are a trifle weak Delightful golden and dark chocolate brown slightly darker than the desirable golden biscuit look Perhaps it could be called a rye biscuit A nicely centered impression with full strong borders on both sides Die State II The obverse has a heavy crack from rim to rim through the bottoms of 17 and the lowest curl Faint clash marks can be seen on the obverse and the reverse has a tiny two dentil rim break above TA Census Several Mint State examples of S 119 are known a result o


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    Long Beach, CA Signature Coin Auction (pg. 808)

    Long Beach

    195 McGirk 17A Ross 17 Newcomb 18 EAC 19 Encyclopedia 1757 PCGS 1485 Variety Small Date Wide LIBERTY base of 3 strengthened Large Fraction Long fraction bar The obverse appears on S 259 and S 260 The reverse appears on S 260 and S 261 Surfaces Older collectors enjoyed imaginative descriptions that are often lost today For example at one time this piece would have been called a golden biscuit to describe its desirable golden brown color Each side has some darker toning and the surfaces retain considerable luster A lighter colored toning spot is positioned below the right side of the B Die State III Clash marks nearly surround Liberty s head with faint clash marks also visible on the reverse The obverse has a small die bulge left of the low curls Commentary Our illustration d


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    The Robinson S. Brown, Jr. Collection of Large Cents 1793-1839 (pg. 298)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    n 4 1 92 208 585 1833 Newcomb 2 Rarity 2 Almost Uncirculated 55 Lovely soft light brown surfaces faded from mint color lus trous and without any visible injuries however there is a trace of a small carbon spot near star 5 and a larger one between the bases of E and S in STATES and slightly on the leaf below This and the previous lot are perfect examples of what C Douglas Smith calls a golden biscuit Die state Crack from the field left of star 11 through the outer points of stars 11 to 13 base of the date and outer points of stars 1 to 9 crack from the denticles below the ribbon through the tops of UNITED STATE and from a denticle below the end of the stem through the tops of ICA to just above the right top of R faint line below T in CENT faint swelling below ON and above CEN light cl


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    US Coins Signature Auction (pg. 16)

    Long Beach

    VF30 Ex Jerry Kochel Collection Heritage 7 2008 lot 1038 which realized 1 092 50 1561 1814 Cent MS62 Brown Plain 4 S 295 3079 1814 Plain 4 MS62 Brown NGC CAC S 295 B 2 R l Although the obverse has a faint crack there is no evidence of the die chipping that appeared at Liberty s throat on later die states A wonderful Mint State piece for a date or type collector this lustrous golden biscuit has splashes of darker steel toning Our EAC grade AU55 Census 17 in 62 Brown 27 finer 4 12 1576 3080 1820 Large Date MS64 Brown NGC N 13 R l This lustrous Randall Hoard representative offers lovely blended rose aqua and gold toning Mostly void of the spots known for the variety and nicely struck save for a few star centers Our EAC grade MS63 1615 14 To view full descriptions


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    The Pre-Long Beach Sale, United States Coins (pg. 26)

    Numismatics auction catalogues

    entire planchet including the highest points of the design The only mark of any significance is a thin horizontal streak of darker toning in the field off the chin Sharply struck M LDS Breen state IV with minor swelling in the field left of the lowest curl and a thin rim cud break over ME in AMERICA The wreath is needle sharp with full crisp veins in all the leaves Ted called this cent a golden biscuit as noted on his envelope Ted added in his distinctive handwriting and green ink that he laid off the lot when it ap peared in the Garrett sale because his friend C Douglas Smith had only an XF45 of the variety and wanted the lot Unfortunately Doug failed to win the lot in the Gar rett sale where it brought 18 000 00 Ted added on the envelope that he subsequently obtained the coin from


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    The Dr. Jon Kardatzke Collection Part I (pg. 109)

    Numismatics auction catalog

    d bright well struck and pleasing 9 1892 S AU 53 Light gold toning and choice 10 1893 MS 60 Blazing mint fresh luster II 1893 0 MS 60 Lightly toned and with minor handling marks 12 1893 S VF 35 Somber gray toning and scarce 13 1894 AU 50 Frosty luster and with gold toning on the rim 14 1894 0 MS 62 Frosty untoned and with very clean surfaces for the grade 15 1894 S AU 58 A golden biscuit fresh from the mint s oven Lovely and delicious 16 1895 AU 50 Light hairlines as seen on most ol these 1147 1895 0 AU 50 A beautiful coin for the grade 1148 1895 S EF 45 Gray luster 1149 1896 MS 60 Light hairlines in the fields but nicely toned around the periphery 1150 1896 0 EF 40 Medium to dark gray in color 1151 1896 S EF 40 Cleaned but should recover Scarce 1152 1897


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    2018 August 14-19 ANA U.S. Coins Signature Auction Philadelphia, PA (pg. 15)



    red inconsequential marks on each side Our EAC grade VF35 NGC ID 222L PCGS 35212 Base PCGS 1110 1809 6 C 5 B 5 Half Cent MS63 Brown 9 Over Inverted 9 3037 1809 6 9 Over Inverted 9 C 5 B 5 R 1 MS63 Brown PCGS Breen Die State IV Manley Die State 1 0 The die cracks of Breen s States III and IV are described for Manley s earliest die state The lustrous surfaces are best described as golden biscuit a color description made famous by the late C Doug Smith Hints of darker brown toning are evident on the high points with a small reverse carbon spot at the M in AMERICA Our EAC grade AU58 NGC ID CZEZ PCGS 35233 Base PCGS 1126 3038 1828 13 Stars C 3 B 2 R 1 MS64 Red and Brown PCGS CAC Manley Die State 3 0 Fire red luster occupies a majority of the present near Gem Steel gray an


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    The 2003 EAC Convention Sale (pg. 61)

    Numismatics Auction catalogs

    The 2003 EAC Convention Sale April 26 2003 490 1807 S 271 R1 FI5 Comet Obverse Nice glossy medium steel brown and chocolate Smooth and free of any notable defects LDS with the Comet flaw strong A very nice example for the grade Ex Stephen Fischer 4 98 Dr Philip Ralls 4 20 202 Del Bland golden biscuit 1807 6 S 273 492 1807 6 S 273 R1 AU55 Very close to mint state but there is a trail of three small light nicks forming a necklace at the throat Otherwise this cent is gorgeous great satiny luster and eye appeal Lustrous tan and light brown with a small area of reddish brown toning in the field above the hair ribbon and hints of very faded underlying mint red on the reverse Just the lightes


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    The 2019 EAC Sale (pg. 63)



    erwise Much better than average for the variety E MDS 278 1835 N 6 R1 XF40 Small 8 Stars A sharp AU55 coin with a lustrous golden tan and light olive obverse while the reverse is more dull and matte in textute under a thick reddish tan patina No contact marks to note MDS 279 1835 N 6 R1 XF45 Small 8 Stars A wonderful looking cent with the choicest possible tan brown color A real golden biscuit AU50 with only light wear and frosty luster in the fields Slight deduction for some verdigris in the leaves under ICA and a small spot at N in UNITED These flaws are out of the way and this coin still has a choice appearance LDS with flowlined sur faces and tiny rim cuds over AMER Double profile Noyes photo 27869 and CC20 22 in his census Ex Thomas Elder 1 24 1937 Willard C Blaisdell


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    The 2003 EAC Convention Sale (pg. 61)

    Numismatics Auction catalogs

    The 2003 EAC Convention Sale April 26 2003 490 1807 S 271 R1 FI5 Comet Obverse Nice glossy medium steel brown and chocolate Smooth and free of any notable defects LDS with the Comet flaw strong A very nice example for the grade Ex Stephen Fischer 4 98 Dr Philip Ralls 4 20 202 Del Bland golden biscuit 1807 6 S 273 492 1807 6 S 273 R1 AU55 Very close to mint state but there is a trail of three small light nicks forming a necklace at the throat Otherwise this cent is gorgeous great satiny luster and eye appeal Lustrous tan and light brown with a small area of reddish brown toning in the field above the hair ribbon and hints of very faded underlying mint red on the reverse Just the lightes


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    Ronnie Adam - John Ward - C. Douglas Smith Collections of U.S. Half Cents, Large Cents and Colonials (pg. 6)

    Numismatics Auction catalogs

    fens and marshes Once after gazing at a gem cent with perfect surfaces Doug created the B P E bottomless pool effect later variations included the S T E spectacled trout effect A L E autumn leaves effect negatively the B R E bombed runway effect and the memorable H P E hot potato effect for cents that had changed hands frequently and rapidly Certain gem cents looked like a golden biscuit fresh from the oven Doug would often sell or trade a cent only to buy it back again years later He would say You can t really love a large cent until you ve owned it at least three times Doug s interest in and involvement with large cents appears to have been initiated by Homer Downing who having met Doug at several local coin club meetings in the late 1940 s said Young man you should


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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection Part VII - Masterpieces of United States Coinage (pg. 43)

    Numismatics Auctions

    net this cent brought 10 25 It would not be offered again for nearly a century In 1979 it was bid from an open of 2 300 to a final hammer price of 18 000 selling to Ted Naftzger s friend and agent Stanley Kesselman after Naftzger agreed to lay off the lot as a favor to C Douglas Smith who coveted the coin as an upgrade to his EF 45 specimen Naftzger didn t give up his pursuit of the golden biscuit and successfully swapped what he called an AU cleaned Chain for it over a year after the sale It remained in the Naftzger Collection until acquired by D Brent Pogue in 2008 When first seen at lot viewing for that sale your cataloger s eight word notation next to this coin s description included the word awesome a mention of the coin s light faded color and a forceful but complimentary


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