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    1800 uncirculated

    CATALOGUE OF A CHOICE AND VALUABLE COLLECTION OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN SILVER AND COPPER COINS, MEDALS &C., THE PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE COLLECTOR WHO SPARED NEITHER PAINS NOR EXPENSE IN GETTING IT UP.

    O 2o3 ro234 z . 7- *5235 /*7r 236 /. — 237 to 238 sv 239 3 O 240 25*241 /a 242 to 243 zr244 y.r245 A - 246 * *“247 Jo 248 40249 3 O 250 / 52 51 ly 252 21*253 254 255 ZS 256 257 258 /, - 259 260 10 261 /S' 262 263 AT264 Hf 265 / Q 266 /1800 uncirculated, very scarce. 1800 Uncirculated. 1802 Poor, scarce. 1803 Only fair. 1804 Uncirculated. 1805 Uncirculated. 1806 Uncirculated. 1807 Poor. 1808 Fair. 1809 "Remarkably good. 1810 Good. 1811 Ordinary, but rare. 1825 Very fine. 1826 Uncirculated. 1828 Remarkably fine, uncirculated. 1828 Uncirculated. 1828 12 stars, fair, scarce. 1829 Uncirculated. 1832 Uncirculated, fine. 1833 Fine proof, scarce. 1834


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    THE COLLECTION OF MR. SAMUEL A. BISPHAM, OF PHILADELPHIA, CONTAINING MANY FINE AND RARE PIECES, CATALOGUED BY S.H. & H. CHAPMAN.

    UNITED STATES SILVER COINS. 37 • / 20 , - V 976 7 177 4° )78 n 179 ■ i o oo 981 982 .7 983 1838 With stars. Uncirculated. 1839 Uncirculated. Sharp. Mint lustre. 1840 Without drapery. Very fine. 1845, 53. Very fine. 1840 Very good. Rare. -fa W*- ^ 1800 With stars. Poor. Scarce. 1800 uncirculated. Mint lustre. 1860, 67, 77. Uncirculated. 2 pieces. -r. 7 3 pieces. h'.c i 984 /Q0 986 " (980 987 /C U 988 6 1989 It /S’ 1990 y 991 (c (992 o If 0 1993 SV 1994 i r o r 995 3i"'996 /STO )997 998 HALF DIMES. 1795 Good. Pierced. Scarce. S~0 & r 1800 Fine. Rare. 1832 Very line. 1837 Without stars. Uncirculated. 1838 Without stars. Good for piece. Very rare. 1S40 With drapery. Fair. Scarce. 1844 Very


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    ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTION OF MAGNIFICENT SPECIMENS OF AMERICAN COLONIAL, STATE AND UNITED STATES COINS AND MEDALS IN GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER. NEW YORK BRASHER'S DOUBLOON 1787, PAPER MONEY AND NUMISMATIC BOOKS OF THE LATE ALLISON W. JACKMAN, POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y.

    er beginning the cutting in of this date in tlie first instance too near the bust. Uncircu- lated. Sharp, brilliant, even impression, with deep, even mill- ing around both obverse and reverse. Exquisite color — a pale original red turning to light olive. The finest specimen of this coin that I have ever seen and I confidently believe it to be the finest known. Plate. From Bushnell col. Gilbert 4. 1800 uncirculated. Considerable original red turning to light olive. Splendid, even impression. Very rare in this condition. Plate. Cleneay-Mills colls. 1800 Uncirculated. Same as in every particular. Microscopic nick on chin. A gem like the last. 1800 Extremely fine. Sharp, even imp. Steel color. 1802 G. 1. Over 1800 as all are. The heavy wreath on reverse. Extremely fine. Bold, even impression. Some red around b


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    Catalogue of United States and foreign silver and copper coins : the collection of Mr. T.T. Bates ... [12/15-16/1880]

    ion, interesting and very desirable. 720 1800 San Francisco mint, without “In God we trust,” very good, scarce. / *P 721 / 722 723 S~0 724 3^725 / £, 720 j2 — 727 SO 729 PS'O 730 ba 731 4>0 732 2 ~78S Oo 734 / €f?735 jfe 736 £02 ... PXjm / 2-^740 741 / *3?, 742 / ^ 743 at 744 ** 745 «1800 uncirculated, but weak. 1800 Over 5, good. 1807 Good. 1815 Well struck, only slight marks of circulation. 1818 Uncirculated. 1819 Very good. 1820 Very good. 1821 Fine. 1822 Very good. 1824 Very good, for date scarce. 1825 Barely circulated. 1838 Well struck, uncirculated, rare thus. 1805-0-7 Fair to very good, 3 pieces. 1815-18-19-20-21 Fair to good, 5 pieces. 1822-24-25-28 Fair to good. 4 pieces. 1831 Large


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    CATALOGUE OF A CHOICE AND VALUABLE COLLECTION OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN SILVER AND COPPER COINS, MEDALS &C., THE PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE COLLECTOR WHO SPARED NEITHER PAINS NOR EXPENSE IN GETTING IT UP.

    xo. 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 UNITED STATES HALF CENTS. 1793 Very lino for that date, very scarce. 1794 Thick die, remarkably fine. 1795 Ordinary. 1797 Fair. 1800 uncirculated, very scarce. 1800 Uncirculated. 1802 Poor, scarce. 1803 Only fair. 1804 Uncirculated. A > - 1805 Uncirculated. r 1806 Uncirculated. 1807 Poor. 1808 Fair. 1809 Pemarkably good. 1810 Good. 1811 Ordinary, but rare. 1825 Very fine. 1826 Uncirculated. 1828 Pemarkably fine, uncirculated. 1828 Uncirculated. 1828 12 stars, fair, scarce. 1829 Uncirculated. 1832 Uncirculated, fine. 1833 Fine proof, scarce


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    Catalogue of a varied and interesting collection of foreign and American coins ... [02/05/1885]

    -946 947 1801 Extremely fine. Same as last. Rare. 1803 Italic 3. Same type. Barely circulated. Rare. 1804 Same type. Extremely fine. One of the rarest of the se- ries. \«*\s 948 1879 Brilliant proof. Rare. " oo 9 49 1881 Brilliant proof. Rare. HALF EAGLES. $ DO 950 1795 Small eagle. A sharp, bold impression. Has been a proof. Considerable proof surface remains. Extremely fine. Very rare. 1*o 95 * 1800 uncirculated. On the reverse the olive branch is crooked, the stem stops with the last A of America. Excessively rare variety. f*> 95 2 1800 Uncirculated. Olive branch straight, stem extends some distance beyond A. Rare. 953 1802 Over 1S01. Splendid impression. Uncirculated. Rare. £..954 1803 Over 1802. Barely circulated. 955 1804 Uncirculated. Figure 4 of date very small. Splendid im- pression. Rare. U 956 1


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    Mehl's Numismatic Monthly (vol. 6)

    1/1/1915

    IBB jfl&zixYs Ztfvtmi&mzdiz ^iTmtthiu Prices Realized at the Nygren Sale The following are some of the prices realized at the sale of the Arthur C. Nygren Collectio nof United States Coins, held by B. Max Mehl on Novem- ber 30, 1914: Dollar, 1794 Fine $132.50 1796 Extremely fine 8.00 1800 uncirculated 8.25 1836 Brilliant proof 18.60 1838 Brilliant proof 250.00 1839 Brilliant proof 54.00 1850 Proof 3.60 1852 Extremely fine 66.00 1858 Brilliant sharp proof 33.50 1886 S. mint. Unc. brilliant mint condition 26.50 1887 S. mint. Unc., brilliant mint luster 12.50 1888 S. mint. Brilliant Unc 12.50 1870 CC. mint. Brilliant semi-proof 9.50 1870 CC. mint. Extremely fine, sharp 6.25 1871 CC. mint. Very fi


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    Mehl's Coin Circular, Vol. 5: This Circular Lists Special Offers, New Issues, Brief Numismatic Comment and Items of Interest in Connection With My Business

    1/1/1923

    S. Cent Just fair — with pretty good date. Price, Nine Dollars How often have you seen 1799 cents for less than $15.00? Rare Half Cents 1793 Very fine, but slight rough spot on obv., light olive surface, genuine bargain $9.50 1795 Plain edge; no pole, uncirculated 7.25 1795 Plain edge; pole and punctuated date; about unc. Reverse center weak 6.25 1795 Thick planchet, lettered edge, Very Fine 7.50 1800 uncirculated, partly red 5.00 1808 over 1807, nearly fine 3.00 I Bought At a Bargain a Carolina $5 Gold Piece C. Bechtler, At Rutherf:, 134 G., 21 Carats, Plain edge, raised borders. Very fine, planchet flaked on reverse. Will Sell At a Bargain Price, Twenty-five Dollars (This variety has sold up to $50) — 12 —


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    Kelly's Coins and Chatter, vol.3, no. 1

    2/15/1950

    uld be C3k.50. MY SPECIAL PRICE - $30.00 HALF CENTS 1793 Fine and rare $35.00 179k Fine 12.50 179U Plain date, Abt. good.... 2.50 1795 Lettered edge, V.fine. .. .25.00 1795 Same, about Fine ....... .10.00 1795 Same with period in date About Very good 6.00 1795 Plain, pie-cracked planchet Good to Very good 3.50 1795 No pole. Good 3.50 1797 1 over 1, Good to V.good. 6.00 1797 Good to Very good 5.00 1800 uncirculated, red 20.00 1800 Good 1.00; Very good 1.50 1803 Good to Very good 1.00 1801; Cr. k, About unc 2.50 l80ii Spiked chin. About fine.. 1.50 I80U Fine J.25; Very good 75 1805 Fine 2.00; About fine.... 1.50 1805 Good 800; Very good 1.00 1806 Lg. 6, Uncirculated, red. 10.00 1806 Sm. 6, Very fine plus.... 2.50 1806 About fine 1.25; V. good. .90 1807 Fine 2.00; About fine.... 1.25 1808 Abt. fine 1.50; V. g


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    Numismatic Gallery Monthly [vol. 1, no. 2]

    6/1/1948

    NUMISMATIC GALLERY MONTHLY Ten Dollar Gold (Cont'd) 1800 uncirculated, scarce Ihus 132.50 1801 About uncirculated 100.00 1803 Uncirculated, scarce. 142.50 1 804 About extremely fine, rare 200.00 1838 New type. Extremely fine. Worth 70.00 1903 Brilliant proof. 75.00 1 907 St. Gaudens with Periods, wire edge. Uncirculated 117.50 THREE DOLLAR GOLD 1 865 Extremely fine, scarce. Only 1 1 65 minted 65.00 SILVER MEDAL, Centennial of Inde- pendence 1876, in special case. I


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    Mason's Coin Collector's Herald, Vol. 1, No. 3

    12/1/1879

    . 1873 Trade, proof. 1574 1575 1876 1877 1878 (2) Bland and Trade, pf. 1 8 79 ( 2 ) " Whose marked Reverse signify that the reverse side is visible only. To be continued. U. S. DOLLARS. Condition, etc. 1774 (Two) Both fine. 1795 Flowing hair, finest. ■795 “ Fillet," fine. 1795 Reverse,* very fine. 1796 Large date, uncirculated. 1797 Six stars facing, “ 1798 Large Eagle, “ 1799 Six stars facing, “ 1800 uncirculated 1801 “ 1802 Perfect state, uned. 1803 Uncirculated. 1S04 (Two) Plain and lettered edges, both restrikes, showing obv. and rev. proofs. 1836 Flying Eagle, proof. 1840 Proof. 1841 Fine. 1842 Proof. 1843 Uncirculated. 1844 Proof. 1845 “ 1846 1847 1848 •• 1849 Very fine. 1S50 Proof. M


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    Mehl's Numismatic Monthly (vol. 6)

    1/1/1915

    IBB jfl&zixYs Ztfvtmi&mzdiz ^iTmtthiu Prices Realized at the Nygren Sale The following are some of the prices realized at the sale of the Arthur C. Nygren Collectio nof United States Coins, held by B. Max Mehl on Novem- ber 30, 1914: Dollar, 1794 Fine $132.50 1796 Extremely fine 8.00 1800 uncirculated 8.25 1836 Brilliant proof 18.60 1838 Brilliant proof 250.00 1839 Brilliant proof 54.00 1850 Proof 3.60 1852 Extremely fine 66.00 1858 Brilliant sharp proof 33.50 1886 S. mint. Unc. brilliant mint condition 26.50 1887 S. mint. Unc., brilliant mint luster 12.50 1888 S. mint. Brilliant Unc 12.50 1870 CC. mint. Brilliant semi-proof 9.50 1870 CC. mint. Extremely fine, sharp 6.25 1871 CC. mint. Very fi


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    Mehl's Coin Circular, Vol. 5: This Circular Lists Special Offers, New Issues, Brief Numismatic Comment and Items of Interest in Connection With My Business

    1/1/1923

    S. Cent Just fair — with pretty good date. Price, Nine Dollars How often have you seen 1799 cents for less than $15.00? Rare Half Cents 1793 Very fine, but slight rough spot on obv., light olive surface, genuine bargain $9.50 1795 Plain edge; no pole, uncirculated 7.25 1795 Plain edge; pole and punctuated date; about unc. Reverse center weak 6.25 1795 Thick planchet, lettered edge, Very Fine 7.50 1800 uncirculated, partly red 5.00 1808 over 1807, nearly fine 3.00 I Bought At a Bargain a Carolina $5 Gold Piece C. Bechtler, At Rutherf:, 134 G., 21 Carats, Plain edge, raised borders. Very fine, planchet flaked on reverse. Will Sell At a Bargain Price, Twenty-five Dollars (This variety has sold up to $50) — 12 —


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    Kelly's Coins and Chatter, vol.3, no. 1

    2/15/1950

    uld be C3k.50. MY SPECIAL PRICE - $30.00 HALF CENTS 1793 Fine and rare $35.00 179k Fine 12.50 179U Plain date, Abt. good.... 2.50 1795 Lettered edge, V.fine. .. .25.00 1795 Same, about Fine ....... .10.00 1795 Same with period in date About Very good 6.00 1795 Plain, pie-cracked planchet Good to Very good 3.50 1795 No pole. Good 3.50 1797 1 over 1, Good to V.good. 6.00 1797 Good to Very good 5.00 1800 uncirculated, red 20.00 1800 Good 1.00; Very good 1.50 1803 Good to Very good 1.00 1801; Cr. k, About unc 2.50 l80ii Spiked chin. About fine.. 1.50 I80U Fine J.25; Very good 75 1805 Fine 2.00; About fine.... 1.50 1805 Good 800; Very good 1.00 1806 Lg. 6, Uncirculated, red. 10.00 1806 Sm. 6, Very fine plus.... 2.50 1806 About fine 1.25; V. good. .90 1807 Fine 2.00; About fine.... 1.25 1808 Abt. fine 1.50; V. g


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    Numismatic Gallery Monthly [vol. 1, no. 2]

    6/1/1948

    NUMISMATIC GALLERY MONTHLY Ten Dollar Gold (Cont'd) 1800 uncirculated, scarce Ihus 132.50 1801 About uncirculated 100.00 1803 Uncirculated, scarce. 142.50 1 804 About extremely fine, rare 200.00 1838 New type. Extremely fine. Worth 70.00 1903 Brilliant proof. 75.00 1 907 St. Gaudens with Periods, wire edge. Uncirculated 117.50 THREE DOLLAR GOLD 1 865 Extremely fine, scarce. Only 1 1 65 minted 65.00 SILVER MEDAL, Centennial of Inde- pendence 1876, in special case. I


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    James G. Macallister Invoices from B.G. Johnson, March 2, 1943, to November 13, 1943

    /1943

    November 13 43 r. James G-. Hucollister 1528 lnut 5t., Philadelphia, Fa. D. S. DOUGHS 1793 xtermely Pine 1798 "Ixtremely fine 1798 Uncirculated, hrilliant 1799 About uncirculated 1799 over '98 fine Here 1799 over '98 Abt, Uncirculated 1800 uncirculated Brilliant hut edge dent on obv rse and reverse 1802 About uncirculated Plaaehet d feet on reverse 1803 Easel tine 3 Small 3 Sxtremely rare Uncirculated 15 00 10 00 " 20 00 — 12 50 — 12 50 — 15 00 — 18 00 17 00 U. S. 1/2 Dollars 1795 Easeltine 13, wnieh he claims an excessively rare variety and the only v riety with 8 harries on left olive branch. Try good, strong 1802 About v~ry fin* 1807 Bust to


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    The Numismatist, April 1935

    4/1/1935

    262 THE NUMISMATIST, April, 1935 THE CHRIS H. REMBOLD United States Silver Dollar Collection $1,500.00 Cash Will Buy This Complete Collection. Early T>T)e United States Silver Dollars 1794 About Fine. 1795 Uncirculated, Type 1. 1795 Uncirculated, Type 2. 1796 Uncirculated. 1797 Uncirculated. 1803 1798 Uncirculated. 1799 Uncirculated. 1800 uncirculated. 1801 Uncirculated. 1802 Uncirculated. Uncirculated. Gobreeht’s Flying Eagle Type Silver Dollars 1836 Proof, name on base, plain edge. 1838 Proof, milled edge, no name on base. Rev., no stars. 1839 Proof, milled edge, no name on base, Rev., no stars. All three perfect proofs. Uniteil States Daddy Type Silver Dollars, Uiberty Seated 1840 Proof. 1852 Proof. 1862 Proof. 1841 Proof. 1853 Proof. 1863


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    The Numismatist, March 1935

    3/1/1935

    194 THE NUMISMATIST, March, 1935 FOR SALE IN ITS ENTIRETY OR BY THE PIECE THE CHRIS H. REMBOLD UNITED STATES SILVER DOLLAR COLLECTION Bids May Be Sent To The Undersijifned. Early United States Silver Dollars 1794 About Fine. 1795 Uncirculated, Type 1. 1795 Uncirculated, Type 2. 1796 Uncirculated. 1797 Uncirculated. 1798 Uncirculated. 1799 Uncirculated. 1800 uncirculated. 1801 Uncirculated. 1802 Uncirculated. 1803 Uncirculated. Gobrecht’s Flying Eagle SRver Dollars 1836 Proof, name on base, plain edge. 1838 Proof, milled edge, no name on base. Rev., no stars. 1839 Proof, milled edge, no name on base, Rev., no stars. All three perfect proofs. United States Daddy Silver Dollars, Liberty Seated 1840 Proof. 1852 Proof. 1862 Proof. 1841 Proof. 1853 Proof. 1863 Proof.


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    The Numismatist, May 1935

    5/1/1935

    THE NUMISMATIST, May, 1935 333 THE CHRIS H. REMBOLD United States Silver Dollar Collection FOR SALE IN SEPARATE LOTS: Early Type United States Silver Dollars 1798 Uncirculated. 1799 Uncirculated. 1800 uncirculated. 1801 Uncirculated. 1802 Uncirculated. Uncirculated 1794 About Fine. 1795 Uncirculated, Type 1. 1795 Uncirculated, Type 2. 1796 Uncirculated. 1797 Uncirculated. 1803 . $350.00 Gohrecht’s Flying Eagle Type Silver Dollars 1836 Proof, name on base, plain edge. 1838 Proof, milled edge, no name on base, Rev., no stars. 1839 Proof, milled edge, no name on base. Rev., no stars. All three perfect proofs


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    The Numismatist, March 1938

    3/1/1938

    ra fine 10.00 1884 Brilliant Proof 16.50 1886 Extra fine 6.50 1889 Extra fine 6.50 1891 Uncirculated 7.50 1892 Uncirculated 15.00 1895 Extra fine 5.00 1897 Uncirculated 5.00 1902 Uncirculated 5.00 1905 Brilliant Proof 8.50 1926 Sesqui, Uncirculated 6.50 3 DOLLARS 1854 Very fine 1854-0 Fine . . 1856 Very fine 1860 Very fine 1863 Very fine 1866 Very fine 1868 Very fine 1870 Very fine 1874 Very fine 1800 uncirculated 1806 Round top 6, Extra fine 1806 Pointed 6, Brilliant, surface 1810 Extra fine 1834 Extra fine 1838 Very fine 1842-C Extra fine . 6 00 . 6.00 . 6.00 . 7.50 .10.00 .10.00 .10.00 .12.00 . 6.00 18 77 Very fine, solder mark on the edge, very rare 45.00 1878 Very fine 6.00 1882 Extra fine, $10.00. Proof 15.00 1884 Extra fine 12.00 1887 Extra fine, $7.50. Unc 10.00 1888 Extra fine, $7.50. Unc 10.00 18


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    The Numismatist, December 1939

    12/1/1939

    54 $20.00 Kellogg & Co., Very fine $47 50 1854 $20.00 Kellogg & Co., Uncirculated 75 00 1855 $20.00 Kellogg & Co., Ex. Fine !!!!!!!!!!!!!! 50!00 A type set of Eagles, one of each date, from 1795 to 1804. These coins will not be sold separately, and are guaranteed as listed below. Price $800.00 1795 Very fine. 1798 4 stars. Very fine. 1796 Uncirculated. 1799 Uncirculated. 1797 Heraldic, Very fine. 1800 uncirculated. 1801 Uncirculated. 1803 Ex. fine. 1804 Ex. fine. 1855 $50.00 W^ass-Molitor. This coin is scarce in any condition and is very fine and a real bargain at $600.00 1915 Panama-Pacific 4-pc. set. Octagon $50.00, Quarter Eagle, Dollar, and 50c. silver. Uncirculated. 4 pcs $295.00 100 Schillings of Austria. Proof. Date of our selection, 1928-1936 $ 30.00 We al.so have duplicates and shall he very glad


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    The Numismatist, January 1940

    1/1/1940

    50 1799 Very fine 35.00 1800 Very fine 35.00 1801 Very fine 35.00 1803 Very fine 40.00 1804 Very fine 87.50 The following eagles are offered as a set and will not be sold separately. All coins are guaranteed as listed, satisfaction guaranteed or money promptly refunded $800.00 1795 Very fine. 1798 Very fine. 1801 Ex. fine. 1796 Uncirculated. 1799 Uncirculated. 1803 Very fine. 1797 Unc., Heraldic. 1800 uncirculated. 1804 Ex. fine. 1855 Wass Moliter $50.00. This coin is scarce in any condition. Here is one that can pass anybody’s inspection as very fine. This coin is a real bargain at $600.00 1915 Panama-Pacific Set 4 pcs., including the Octagon slug only without a case. Uncirculated $275.00 1915 Panama-Pacific Set 5 pcs., including both slugs. Pin head mark in the field on the round slug, otherwise uncircul


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    The Numismatist, June 1940

    6/1/1940

    HAPMAN 333-335 S. 16th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. America's Leading Numismatic Dealer HALF CENTS 1794 Large head, R. Small closed wreath. Very fine $7.50 1794 G. 7. Very fine. Light olive 10.00 1795 Plain edge. No pole to cap. Thick planchet. Very fine. 10.00 1796 Very good $100. Good . 65.00 1797 G. 3, Fine 8.00 1797 Plain edge. Very fine, beautiful impression 15.00 1797 Lettered edge. Fair 10.00 1800 uncirculated $10.00. Ex. fine 3.50 1803 Very good * 50 1804 Plain 4, stemless wreath. Uncirculated. Olive color . . . 2.00 1804 Plain 4. Rx. Stems to wreath. Very good 3.50 1804 Crossed 4, spiked chin. Ex. fine 2.50 1804 Crossed 4. R. Ends to stems. Uncirculated 2.00 1804 Crossed 4. R. No ends to stems. Fine. Nick in field. . .75 1804 Crossed 4. R. Ends to stems. Die broken over TY. Fine 1.00 1804 Crossed 4.


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    The Numismatist, May 1940

    5/1/1940

    CHAPMAN 333-335 S. 16th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Americans Leading Numismatic Dealer HALF CENTS 1794 Large head, R. Small closed wreath. Very fine $7.50 1794 G. 7. Very fine. Light olive 10.00 1795 Plain edge. No pole to cap. Thick planchet. Very fine. 10.00 1796 Very good $100. Good 65.00 1797 G. 3, Fine 8.00 1797 Plain edge. Very fine, beautiful impression 15.00 1797 Lettered edge. Fair 10.00 1800 uncirculated $10.00. Ex. fine 3.50 1803 Very good 50 1804 Plain 4, stemless wreath. Uncirculated. Olive color . . . 2.00 1804 Plain 4. Rx. Stems to wreath. Very good 3.50 1804 Crossed 4, spiked chin. Ex. fine 2.50 1804 Crossed 4. R. Ends to stems. Uncirculated 2.00 1804 Crossed 4. R. No ends to stems. Fine. Nick in field. . .75 1804 Crossed 4. R. Ends to stems. Die broken over TY. Fine 1.00 1804 Crossed 4. Sp


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