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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Date Auction Name Lot# 1817 101 3 1817/3, NGC 55 1955 03/06 Heritage 412 (Palm Beach) 863 1817 101 3 1817/3, NGC 55 1840 02/05 Heritage 366 (Long Beach) 6976 1817 101 3 1817/3, NGC 55 1610 07/04 Bowers&M 11750 (Baltimore) 631 1817 101 3 1817/3, *lt hairlines, steel gray 55 1380 05/05 Stack's (Amelingmeier/Kohen) 924 1817 101 3 1817/3, ANACS,*a few thin sers 55 978 02/06 Heritage 400 (Long Beach) 1190 1817 101 3 1817/3, *light sers under toning 55 863 09/03 Superior(Edlund-Pre-Long Bch) 1696 1817 101 3 1817/3, PCGS 53 3150 07/09 S. Downey Fixed Price List FPL 1817 101 3 1817/3, PCGS 53 2760 12/09 Heritage 1132 (Houston) 671 1817 101 3 1817/3, PCGS 53 2530 12/08 Heritage 1118 (Houston) 617 181753 2530 07/05 Heritage 382 (ANA-San Fran) 6258 1817 101 3 1817/3, PCGS 53

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Date Auction Name Lot# 1817 101 3 1817/3, NGC 55 1955 03/06 Heritage 412 (Palm Beach) 863 1817 101 3 1817/3, NGC 55 1840 02/05 Heritage 366 (Long Beach) 6976 1817 101 3 1817/3, NGC 55 1610 07/04 Bowers&M 11750 (Baltimore) 631 1817 101 3 1817/3, *lt hairlines, steel gray 55 1380 05/05 Stack's (Amelingmeier/Kohen) 924 1817 101 3 1817/3, ANACS,*a few thin sers 55 978 02/06 Heritage 400 (Long Beach) 1190 1817 101 3 1817/3, *light sers under toning 55 863 09/03 Superior(Edlund-Pre-Long Bch) 1696 1817 101 3 1817/3, PCGS 53 3150 07/09 S. Downey Fixed Price List FPL 1817 101 3 1817/3, PCGS 53 2760 12/09 Heritage 1132 (Houston) 671 1817 101 3 1817/3, PCGS 53 2530 12/08 Heritage 1118 (Houston) 617 181753 2530 07/05 Heritage 382 (ANA-San Fran) 6258 1817 101 3 1817/3, PCGS 53

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: 1817 101a 2 1817/3, Heritage 460 #557, NGC 58 2990 04/09 Heritage 1124 (CSNS-Cincinn) 675 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC 58 2645 11/10 Bowers&M 44 (Baltimore) 1928 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC, *lt pin scrs on rev 58 1898 09/09 B&M 13240 (Rarities-Philadel) 448 1817 101a 2 1817/3, PCGS 55 5750 01/08 Heritage 454 (FUN-Orlando) 1474 1817 101a 2 1817/3, PCGS 55 4400 07/06 Alpine Numismatics Fixed Price FPL 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC(CAC) 55 4313 12/09 Heritage 1132 (Houston) 672 1817 101a 2 1817/3, PCGS (Frederick) 55 3738 04/10 Heritagel 139(Frederick-CSNS) 2974 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC(CAC),*thin mks rv 55 3220 06/10 Heritage 1140 (Long Beach) 742 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC 55 2760 04/08 Heritage 1104(CSNS-Rosemnt) 1040 181710 D. Lawrence 461 (Picky Collect) 7054 1817

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: 1817 101a 2 1817/3, Heritage 460 #557, NGC 58 2990 04/09 Heritage 1124 (CSNS-Cincinn) 675 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC 58 2645 11/10 Bowers&M 44 (Baltimore) 1928 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC, *lt pin scrs on rev 58 1898 09/09 B&M 13240 (Rarities-Philadel) 448 1817 101a 2 1817/3, PCGS 55 5750 01/08 Heritage 454 (FUN-Orlando) 1474 1817 101a 2 1817/3, PCGS 55 4400 07/06 Alpine Numismatics Fixed Price FPL 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC(CAC) 55 4313 12/09 Heritage 1132 (Houston) 672 1817 101a 2 1817/3, PCGS (Frederick) 55 3738 04/10 Heritagel 139(Frederick-CSNS) 2974 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC(CAC),*thin mks rv 55 3220 06/10 Heritage 1140 (Long Beach) 742 1817 101a 2 1817/3, NGC 55 2760 04/08 Heritage 1104(CSNS-Rosemnt) 1040 181710 D. Lawrence 461 (Picky Collect) 7054 1817

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Grade Price Date Auction Name Lot# 1817 104a 6 Ex Eliasberg #1738 62 22000 08/00 S. Downey Fixed (ANA-Prouty) FPL 1817 104a 6 Ex Gunnet, PCGS 58 27830 07/08 Downey (Meyer-Sel. Rarities) 31 1817 104a 6 58 20900 04/97 Bowers&Merena (Eliasberg II) 1738 1817 104a 6 *subdued luster 55 14750 05/94 Downey (Schertz-Top Eleven) 2 1817 104a 6 Ex Schertz, *dipped, Itly wiped 55 11025 08/01 Downey (Crowley-Sel. Rarities) 5 1817 104a 6 P-Gen.91 (Witham) 50 10925 08/10 Heritage 1143 (Witham-Boston) 3148 1817 104a 6 Ex Superior(02/01 ) #3328 40 10561 08/04 Downey (Tidwell-Sel. Rarities) 8 1817 104a 6 PCI (with 1812 0.106 VF30) 30 6325 02/01 Superior(HudsonRiverValley:4) 3328 1817 #9 (NGC G 4) 08 6600 06/06 Downey Mail Bid #32 (DeOlden) 31 1817 104a 6 "Moonbreak" (no ctr detail

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Name Lot# 1817 106 2 Comet Head, NGC 64 8050 09/07 Heritage 446 (Long Beach) 1478 1817 106 2 Comet Head, NGC 64 4370 02/00 Goldberg (Kardatzke, Part 1) 933 1817 106 2 Comet Head, *minor hairlines 63 4840 04/97 Bowers&Merena (Eliasberg II) 1739 1817 106 2 4th Ed. rarity rating is incorrect! ( 106 die state is R2, NOT R5! ) 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf, 3rd ed. plate, NGC 64 withdrwn 07/93 Downey Mail Bid #09 (Overton) 199 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf, PCGS 64 7763 10/06 Heritage 428 (Dallas) 1137 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf 61 1760 01/96 Bowers&Merena (Pryor) 36 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf, NGC 58 2250 07/08 S. Downey Fixed (ANA-Meyer) FPL 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf, NGC 58 1265 01/06 Heritage 390 (Reiver-Dallas) 22745 1817495 01/11 Heritage 1151 (FUN-Tampa) 10695 1817 106a 4

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Grade Price Date Auction Name Lot# 1817 104a 6 Ex Eliasberg #1738 62 22000 08/00 S. Downey Fixed (ANA-Prouty) FPL 1817 104a 6 Ex Gunnet, PCGS 58 27830 07/08 Downey (Meyer-Sel. Rarities) 31 1817 104a 6 58 20900 04/97 Bowers&Merena (Eliasberg II) 1738 1817 104a 6 *subdued luster 55 14750 05/94 Downey (Schertz-Top Eleven) 2 1817 104a 6 Ex Schertz, *dipped, Itly wiped 55 11025 08/01 Downey (Crowley-Sel. Rarities) 5 1817 104a 6 P-Gen.91 (Witham) 50 10925 08/10 Heritage 1143 (Witham-Boston) 3148 1817 104a 6 Ex Superior(02/01 ) #3328 40 10561 08/04 Downey (Tidwell-Sel. Rarities) 8 1817 104a 6 PCI (with 1812 0.106 VF30) 30 6325 02/01 Superior(HudsonRiverValley:4) 3328 1817 #9 (NGC G 4) 08 6600 06/06 Downey Mail Bid #32 (DeOlden) 31 1817 104a 6 "Moonbreak" (no ctr detail

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Name Lot# 1817 106 2 Comet Head, NGC 64 8050 09/07 Heritage 446 (Long Beach) 1478 1817 106 2 Comet Head, NGC 64 4370 02/00 Goldberg (Kardatzke, Part 1) 933 1817 106 2 Comet Head, *minor hairlines 63 4840 04/97 Bowers&Merena (Eliasberg II) 1739 1817 106 2 4th Ed. rarity rating is incorrect! ( 106 die state is R2, NOT R5! ) 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf, 3rd ed. plate, NGC 64 withdrwn 07/93 Downey Mail Bid #09 (Overton) 199 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf, PCGS 64 7763 10/06 Heritage 428 (Dallas) 1137 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf 61 1760 01/96 Bowers&Merena (Pryor) 36 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf, NGC 58 2250 07/08 S. Downey Fixed (ANA-Meyer) FPL 1817 106a 4 Single Leaf, NGC 58 1265 01/06 Heritage 390 (Reiver-Dallas) 22745 1817495 01/11 Heritage 1151 (FUN-Tampa) 10695 1817 106a 4

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Eliasberg #1735, PCGS 50 184000 02/99 Superior (Suros) 180 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Finest known, Ex Wallis 45 209000 04/97 Bowers&Merena (Eliasberg II) 1735 1817 102a 7 1817/4, ANACS, *corros in fids 40 253000 01/06 Heritage 394 (FUN-Orlando) 3184 1817 102a 7 1817/4, HA 394 #3184,*corros 40 109250 04/09 Heritage 1124 (CSNS-Cincinn) 2418 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Ex Farley, 30° rot, ‘wipe 25 132000 07/02 Downey (ANA-Farley 1817/4) 8 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Downey(04/97), NGC 20 193359 07/05 Downey Mail Bid #31 (ANA-SF) 100 1817 102a 7 1817/4, PCGS (Witham) 20 184000 08/10 Heritage 1143 (Witham-Boston) 3147 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Ex Burke, NGC 20 135000 04/97 (Downey Mail/Phone Bid) n/a 181787500 07/08 Heritage 1114 (ANA-Baltimore) 1680 1817

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Eliasberg #1735, PCGS 50 184000 02/99 Superior (Suros) 180 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Finest known, Ex Wallis 45 209000 04/97 Bowers&Merena (Eliasberg II) 1735 1817 102a 7 1817/4, ANACS, *corros in fids 40 253000 01/06 Heritage 394 (FUN-Orlando) 3184 1817 102a 7 1817/4, HA 394 #3184,*corros 40 109250 04/09 Heritage 1124 (CSNS-Cincinn) 2418 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Ex Farley, 30° rot, ‘wipe 25 132000 07/02 Downey (ANA-Farley 1817/4) 8 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Downey(04/97), NGC 20 193359 07/05 Downey Mail Bid #31 (ANA-SF) 100 1817 102a 7 1817/4, PCGS (Witham) 20 184000 08/10 Heritage 1143 (Witham-Boston) 3147 1817 102a 7 1817/4, Ex Burke, NGC 20 135000 04/97 (Downey Mail/Phone Bid) n/a 181787500 07/08 Heritage 1114 (ANA-Baltimore) 1680 1817

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Description Grade Price Date Auction Name Lot# 1817 108a 4 Prooflike reverse, PQ 40 454 06/03 Downey#28(Chicago/Friedman) 36 1817 108a 4 295 03/07 Stu Keen Fixed Price List FPL 1817 108a 4 288 01/02 Stack's (Hain-Americana) 1291 1817 108a 4 ANACS 35 374 02/06 Heritage 401 (Online) 8099 1817 108a 4 PQ, PCGS 404 05/04 Downey Mail Bid #29 (Oertel) 2 1817 108a 4 Nearly EF 369 06/03 Downey#28(Chicago/Friedman) 181 1817 108a 4 ANACS, *cleaned 150 03/07 Heritage 433 (Online) 7839 1817 108a 4 Ex Merkin('74),*thin scr acr cap 138 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2331 1817 108a 4 NCS, *fine hairlines, light gray 115 01/06 Heritage 390 (Reiver-Dallas) 22750 1817ning, It to med gray 12 128 03/05 Downey Mail Bid #30 (Higgins) 113 1817 108a 4 One ft brk S1 1 to bust 08 165 08/96

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Description Grade Price Date Auction Name Lot# 1817 108a 4 Prooflike reverse, PQ 40 454 06/03 Downey#28(Chicago/Friedman) 36 1817 108a 4 295 03/07 Stu Keen Fixed Price List FPL 1817 108a 4 288 01/02 Stack's (Hain-Americana) 1291 1817 108a 4 ANACS 35 374 02/06 Heritage 401 (Online) 8099 1817 108a 4 PQ, PCGS 404 05/04 Downey Mail Bid #29 (Oertel) 2 1817 108a 4 Nearly EF 369 06/03 Downey#28(Chicago/Friedman) 181 1817 108a 4 ANACS, *cleaned 150 03/07 Heritage 433 (Online) 7839 1817 108a 4 Ex Merkin('74),*thin scr acr cap 138 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2331 1817 108a 4 NCS, *fine hairlines, light gray 115 01/06 Heritage 390 (Reiver-Dallas) 22750 1817ning, It to med gray 12 128 03/05 Downey Mail Bid #30 (Higgins) 113 1817 108a 4 One ft brk S1 1 to bust 08 165 08/96

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Name Lot# 1817 112a 2 PCGS 63 2875 12/09 Heritage 1132 (Houston) 673 1817 112a 2 NGC 63 2760 02/06 Heritage 400 (Long Beach) 1188 1817 112a 2 PCGS 62 2530 01/11 Heritage 1151 (FUN-Tampa) 3644 1817 112a 2 60 6160 04/97 Bowers&Merena (Eliasberg II) 1744 1817 112a 2 ( "common" variety ) [181 7] [11 3] [2] [ R2 4th Ed. ] [ 4th Ed. CC: 65,61,60,60,55 ] 1817 113 2 Ex Elliasberg #1745, NGC 65 not sold 12/97 S. Downey Fixed Price List FPL 1817 113 2 NGC 63 1540 09/97 Superior (Carmel/Vail/Smith) 1094 1817 113 2 NGC(CAC) 62 2773 11/08 Stack's (E-vents) 7031 1817 113 2 PCGS 62 2600 07/08 S. Downey Fixed (ANA-Meyer) FPL 1817 113 2 62 2243 06/08 Stack's (Bergstrom/Husky) 141 1817#18, PCGS 62 1553 05/03 Heritage 318 (CSNS-St. Louis) 6718 1817 113 2 ( "common" variety ) 1817 113a 4 NGC

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: Name Lot# 1817 112a 2 PCGS 63 2875 12/09 Heritage 1132 (Houston) 673 1817 112a 2 NGC 63 2760 02/06 Heritage 400 (Long Beach) 1188 1817 112a 2 PCGS 62 2530 01/11 Heritage 1151 (FUN-Tampa) 3644 1817 112a 2 60 6160 04/97 Bowers&Merena (Eliasberg II) 1744 1817 112a 2 ( "common" variety ) [181 7] [11 3] [2] [ R2 4th Ed. ] [ 4th Ed. CC: 65,61,60,60,55 ] 1817 113 2 Ex Elliasberg #1745, NGC 65 not sold 12/97 S. Downey Fixed Price List FPL 1817 113 2 NGC 63 1540 09/97 Superior (Carmel/Vail/Smith) 1094 1817 113 2 NGC(CAC) 62 2773 11/08 Stack's (E-vents) 7031 1817 113 2 PCGS 62 2600 07/08 S. Downey Fixed (ANA-Meyer) FPL 1817 113 2 62 2243 06/08 Stack's (Bergstrom/Husky) 141 1817#18, PCGS 62 1553 05/03 Heritage 318 (CSNS-St. Louis) 6718 1817 113 2 ( "common" variety ) 1817 113a 4 NGC

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    Cumulative Index to Penny-Wise, Vol. 1-20

    15/11/1984

    Highlight: N6 1816 C3 N4 1816 C4 N7 1816 C5 N8 1816 C6 N1 1816 C7 N9 1816 C8 N3 1816 C9 N2 IV 194 1817 Attribution aid XX 72 1817 Attribution data XIV 14 1817 Attribution guide IV 49 1817 Rarity, relative VI 13 1817 Reeding on edge IX 120 1817 Revised data IX 242 1817 Revised data, errata X 199 1817 Revised data, errata II 14 1817 Varieties 1817 Cl N2 XIV 192 1817 C2 Engraver's error VII 133 1817 C2 N 16 Origin of the 15 stars 1817 C3 N1 1817 C4 N13 III 34 1817 C5 N3 Date defects 1817 C6 N6 1817 C7 N7 1817 C8 N8 XI 42 1817 C9 N9a Query 1817 CIO N10 1817 Cl 1 N1 1 1817 C12 N4 XVIII 160 1817 C13 N17 Ulus. XVI II 160 1817 C14 Error specimen XV 178 1817 C 1 4 N12 New specimen 1817 C15 N15 1817 C16 N14 III 34 1817 C17 N5 Date defects IV 196 1818 Attribution aid XII 169 1818 Attribution chart II 35 181

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    Cumulative Index to Penny-Wise, Vol. 1-20

    15/11/1984

    Highlight: N6 1816 C3 N4 1816 C4 N7 1816 C5 N8 1816 C6 N1 1816 C7 N9 1816 C8 N3 1816 C9 N2 IV 194 1817 Attribution aid XX 72 1817 Attribution data XIV 14 1817 Attribution guide IV 49 1817 Rarity, relative VI 13 1817 Reeding on edge IX 120 1817 Revised data IX 242 1817 Revised data, errata X 199 1817 Revised data, errata II 14 1817 Varieties 1817 Cl N2 XIV 192 1817 C2 Engraver's error VII 133 1817 C2 N 16 Origin of the 15 stars 1817 C3 N1 1817 C4 N13 III 34 1817 C5 N3 Date defects 1817 C6 N6 1817 C7 N7 1817 C8 N8 XI 42 1817 C9 N9a Query 1817 CIO N10 1817 Cl 1 N1 1 1817 C12 N4 XVIII 160 1817 C13 N17 Ulus. XVI II 160 1817 C14 Error specimen XV 178 1817 C 1 4 N12 New specimen 1817 C15 N15 1817 C16 N14 III 34 1817 C17 N5 Date defects IV 196 1818 Attribution aid XII 169 1818 Attribution chart II 35 181

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    Public auction sale : rare coins, medals, paper money, etc., of the late L. P. Jones of Batavia, N. Y. and other properties. [06/01/1922]

    Highlight: OF 1817. Variety With Fifteen Stars. 691 1817. Fifteen stars. Light brown clear color. Sharp Uncirculated, traces of redness. Very rare in this condition. 691a 1817. Fifteen stars. Red, uncirculated. Very rare state. 692 1817. Fifteen stars. Very fine. Rare. Dark steel. 693 1817. Fifteen stars. Very fine. Medium brown. Rare. 694 1817. Fifteen stars. Ex. fine, medium brown. 695 1817. Fifteen stars. Very good. Rare. 2 pcs. 696 1817. Fifteen stars. Good. Rare. In great demand. 5 pcs. 697 1817. Fifteen stars. Good. Rare. 5 pcs. 1817 CENTS WITH THIRTEEN STARS. 698 1817. Thirteen Stars. Date evenly spaced 1817, the figures close to- gether, curl between 1 and 7. Unc. light brown, partly red. 699 1817o r, of 7. Unc., partly red, light brown. 700 1817. Close

    Auction catalog from American Numismatic Society library.

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    Seventh public auction sale : rare coins, tokens, medals, paper money, etc. [02/17/1933]

    Highlight: 1817 A. 2., 1818 A. 7. Fine to Ex. F. 3 Pcs. 1816 A. 6. Fine, 1816 A. 9. Ex. E. 2 Pcs. 1817 A. 3., A. 3i/ 2 . Ex. F. 2 Pcs. 1817 A. 3V 2 , 1818 A. 7, 1819 A. 9. Fine to Ex. F. 3 Pcs. 1817 A. 3. Light Brown. Strong Imp. Unc. 1817 A. 2. Unc. Red and Olive. Rare. 1817 A. 1. Dark Brown. Srictly Fine. Extremely Rare. 1817 A. 1. Dark Color. Strictly Fine. Extremely Rare. 1817 A. 71 / 2 - Sharp Even Bold Imp. Dark Lustrous Brown. Unc. Very Rare. 1817 A. 7. Bold Imp. Dark Brown. Ex. F. Excessively Rare. 1817 A. 6. Unc. Red and Olive. 1817 A. 3y 2 -A. 5., 1818 A. l.-A. 3., V. G. to V. F. 4 Pcs. Some Very Rare. 1817 A. 4. Sharp Even Bold Imp. Dark Brown. Pract. Unc. V. Rare. 1817 A. 9., A. 9y>. Bold Imp. Ex. F. 2 Pcs. Rare. 1817 A. 71 / 2 — V. G., 1817 A. 8. Ex. F, 1817 A. 8i/ 2 . V. G. 3 Pcs. Rare.

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    The November 2012 Baltimore Auction, United States Coinage

    Highlight: 24634 1817 O-106a. Rarity-3. Single AU Details — Damage (PCGS). PCGS# 6109. Leaf Below Wing. 24635 1817 O-106a. Rarity-3. Single Leaf Below AU Details — Improperly Cleaned (NCS). PCGS# 39516. Wing. 24636 1817 O-106a. Rarity-3. Single Leaf Below Wing. EF-40 (PCGS). PCGS# 6109. 24637 1817 O-106a. Rarity-3. Single Leaf Below Wing. EF-40 (PCGS). PCGS# 6109. 24638 1817 O-106a. Rarity-3. Single EF Details — Cleaning (PCGS). PCGS# 6109. Leaf Below Wing. 24639 1817 O-106a. Rarity-3. Single EF Details — Cleaning (PCGS). PCGS# 6109. Leaf Below Wing. 24640 1817 O-106a. Rarity-3. Single Leaf Below EF Details — Questionable Color (PCGS). PCGS# 6109. Wing. 24641 1817 Rarity-3. Single VF-35 (PCGS). PCGS# 6109. Leaf Below Wing. 24642 1817 0-1 06a. VF-35 (PCGS). PCGS# 6109. Rarity-3. Single Leaf

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    Sale number 287 : The superb collectionof United States cents formed by the late WM. Festus Morgan ... [06/16/1932]

    Highlight: 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 A. 4. Very Fine. Black. Some light corrosion. A. 5. Uncirculated. Light Brown color. A. 6. Uncirculated. Bright Red. A. 6. Uncirculated. Two more specimens in varying shades of Golden Brown color. 2 pieces. A. 754 . Very Fine. Dark Brown. A. 8. Uncirculated. Golden Brown. A. 8. Extremely Fine. Dark Brown. A. 8^. Fine. Light Brown. A. 9. Uncirculated. Original Red shading to Reddish Brown. A. 9. Extremely Fine. Light Brown. A. 9^. Fine. Dark Brown. A. 10. Uncirculated. Mostly bright Red. A. 10. Extremely Fine. Dark Brown. A. 11. Uncirculated. Pale Golden Olive. Gem. A. 11. Uncirculated. Medium Golden Brown. A. 12. Uncirculated. Rich Golden Brown.

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 25, No. 6(147)

    15/11/1991

    Highlight: VG7 LCOR/SCR 35 1817 N09 GO LRIM MOUSE 14 1821 N02 G5 AVG* » 25 S228 F12 AVG X 125 1808 S278 VG10 MDAM/SCRS 1 35 1817 N10 VG10 AVG* X 12 1821 N02 VG10 HRIM 1 15 S22) FR2 LBEND 1 12 1808 S279 VG10 AVG 125 1817 N10 VG10 MPOR X 9 1821 N02 VG10 MRIM/SCRS 35 S230 AG3 AVG* LATE I 15 1809 S280 G4 AVG 40 1817 Nil VG10 MPOR X to 1821 N02 VG8 CH OLD CLND 75 S230 VG1 0+ AVG* 90 1810 S281 AG 3 AVG X 12 1817 Nil VG10* LRIM 18 1822 NOl G4 AVG 1 'iS S231 G4* AVG* LATE 24 1810 S281 G5 AVG 10/9 X 29 1817 N12 G4 HRIM EARLY X 10 1822 N03 G4 AVG « 9 S231 VG10 LATE t 95 1810 S281 VG8 CLND 10/9 50 1817 N12B GO* AVG* 25 1822 N03 VF20 MPOR * 18 S232 AG3 AVG LATE X 15 1810 S281 VG10 MSCR OBV X 50 1817 * 85 S232 VG10 DARK LATE t 45 1810 S281 F12 AVG X 150 1817 N15 GO AVG X 12

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 23, No. 5(134)

    15/9/1989

    Highlight: VG-7 R-l 50.00 1817 N-l G-4 R-4 20.00 1798 S-157 AG-3 R-2 23,00 1802 S-226 VG-7 R-3 30.00 1817 N-3 VG-10 R-2 25.00 1798 S-157 G-4 R-2 30.00 1802 S-231 VG-8 R-l 35.00 1817 N-3 XF-40 R-2 225.00 1798 S-159 AG-3 R-4 20.00 1802 S-233 VG-7 R-3 30.00 1817 N-4 G-5 R-4 15.00 1798 S-159 G-5 R-4 30.00 1802 S-236 G-6 R-l 25.00 1817 N-4 F-12 R-4 35.00 1798 S-159 F-15 R-4 400.00 1802 S-238 AG- 3 R-5 25.00 1817 N-5 AU-50 R-3 450.00 1798 S-160 FA-2 R-5 15 . 00 1802 S-238 G-6 R-5 60.00 1817 N-5 VG-7 R-3 8.00 1798 S-160 G-5 R-5 65.00 1802 S-240 G-5 R-4 35.00 1817 N-6 F-12 R-l 15.00 1798 S-160 VG-8 R-5 105.00 1802 S-240 VG-8 R-4 100.00 1817 N-6 VF-25 R-l 75.00 1798 S-163 AG-3 R-5 45.00 1802 S-244 F-12 R-4 110.00 181765 AG-3 R-4 40.00 1802 S-245 F-12 R-3 65.00 1817 N-8 G-5 R-3 8.0

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 24, No. 1(136)

    15/1/1990

    Highlight: 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 N1 5 10 15,15,12 N2 1 17 63,61,60 N3 5- 6 35,10,7 N4 3- 23 45,40,30 N5 3+ 18 45,40,35 N6 2 25 40,40,40 N7 2 20 50,45,40 N8 2+ 11 30,20,15 N9 3+ 25 35,25,25 N1 4+ 12 30,15,12 N2 3 10 40,30,25 N3 NO MOUSE 2 9 25,25,20 N3 MOUSE ? 5 8,6,6 N4 4- 11 20,20,15 N5 3+ 11 40,40,30 N6 1 18 55,50,40 N7 NO MOUSE 8- 0 — N7 MOUSE 3+ 10 10,8,8 N8 NO MOUSE 1 3 25,15,15 N8 MOUSE ? 17 30,20,12 N9 NO MOUSE 2 20 63,50,40 N9 MOUSE ? 10 35,15,12 NIO 1 17 40,40,40 Nil 1 23 50,40,30 N12 4- 19 30,20,20 N13 1 11 60,50,30 N14 1 18 60,60,60 N15 4- 23 40,25,20 N16 1+ 49

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 23, No. 5(134)

    15/9/1989

    Highlight: VG-7 R-l 50.00 1817 N-l G-4 R-4 20.00 1798 S-157 AG-3 R-2 23,00 1802 S-226 VG-7 R-3 30.00 1817 N-3 VG-10 R-2 25.00 1798 S-157 G-4 R-2 30.00 1802 S-231 VG-8 R-l 35.00 1817 N-3 XF-40 R-2 225.00 1798 S-159 AG-3 R-4 20.00 1802 S-233 VG-7 R-3 30.00 1817 N-4 G-5 R-4 15.00 1798 S-159 G-5 R-4 30.00 1802 S-236 G-6 R-l 25.00 1817 N-4 F-12 R-4 35.00 1798 S-159 F-15 R-4 400.00 1802 S-238 AG- 3 R-5 25.00 1817 N-5 AU-50 R-3 450.00 1798 S-160 FA-2 R-5 15 . 00 1802 S-238 G-6 R-5 60.00 1817 N-5 VG-7 R-3 8.00 1798 S-160 G-5 R-5 65.00 1802 S-240 G-5 R-4 35.00 1817 N-6 F-12 R-l 15.00 1798 S-160 VG-8 R-5 105.00 1802 S-240 VG-8 R-4 100.00 1817 N-6 VF-25 R-l 75.00 1798 S-163 AG-3 R-5 45.00 1802 S-244 F-12 R-4 110.00 181765 AG-3 R-4 40.00 1802 S-245 F-12 R-3 65.00 1817 N-8 G-5 R-3 8.0

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 24, No. 1(136)

    15/1/1990

    Highlight: 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1817 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1818 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 N1 5 10 15,15,12 N2 1 17 63,61,60 N3 5- 6 35,10,7 N4 3- 23 45,40,30 N5 3+ 18 45,40,35 N6 2 25 40,40,40 N7 2 20 50,45,40 N8 2+ 11 30,20,15 N9 3+ 25 35,25,25 N1 4+ 12 30,15,12 N2 3 10 40,30,25 N3 NO MOUSE 2 9 25,25,20 N3 MOUSE ? 5 8,6,6 N4 4- 11 20,20,15 N5 3+ 11 40,40,30 N6 1 18 55,50,40 N7 NO MOUSE 8- 0 — N7 MOUSE 3+ 10 10,8,8 N8 NO MOUSE 1 3 25,15,15 N8 MOUSE ? 17 30,20,12 N9 NO MOUSE 2 20 63,50,40 N9 MOUSE ? 10 35,15,12 NIO 1 17 40,40,40 Nil 1 23 50,40,30 N12 4- 19 30,20,20 N13 1 11 60,50,30 N14 1 18 60,60,60 N15 4- 23 40,25,20 N16 1+ 49

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 25, No. 6(147)

    15/11/1991

    Highlight: VG7 LCOR/SCR 35 1817 N09 GO LRIM MOUSE 14 1821 N02 G5 AVG* » 25 S228 F12 AVG X 125 1808 S278 VG10 MDAM/SCRS 1 35 1817 N10 VG10 AVG* X 12 1821 N02 VG10 HRIM 1 15 S22) FR2 LBEND 1 12 1808 S279 VG10 AVG 125 1817 N10 VG10 MPOR X 9 1821 N02 VG10 MRIM/SCRS 35 S230 AG3 AVG* LATE I 15 1809 S280 G4 AVG 40 1817 Nil VG10 MPOR X to 1821 N02 VG8 CH OLD CLND 75 S230 VG1 0+ AVG* 90 1810 S281 AG 3 AVG X 12 1817 Nil VG10* LRIM 18 1822 NOl G4 AVG 1 'iS S231 G4* AVG* LATE 24 1810 S281 G5 AVG 10/9 X 29 1817 N12 G4 HRIM EARLY X 10 1822 N03 G4 AVG « 9 S231 VG10 LATE t 95 1810 S281 VG8 CLND 10/9 50 1817 N12B GO* AVG* 25 1822 N03 VF20 MPOR * 18 S232 AG3 AVG LATE X 15 1810 S281 VG10 MSCR OBV X 50 1817 * 85 S232 VG10 DARK LATE t 45 1810 S281 F12 AVG X 150 1817 N15 GO AVG X 12

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    Catalogue : the American numismatic ass'n 58th annual convention ... [08/21-24/1949]

    Highlight: H $ 6.00 874- -1817. N 1 "Open Mouth" variety with obv. breaks, extr. fine olive, R3. H $ 8.00 875- -1817. N2 Broken Rx. die, medium brown. Very fine. R3 $ 4.00 876- -1817. N3 Beautiful glossy unc., reddish light olive surface. H $ 27.50 877- -1817. H3Vi Die break top of hair below 8th star, glossy It. olive. Unc. H $ 25.50 878- -1817. A3 1/ 2 Dup. As last, extremerly fine with medium brown surface, from the Oscar J. Pearl Coll $ 20.00 879- -1817. N4 Choice very fine, glossy dark steel color, R2. H $ 4.00 880- -1817. N5 Light olive unc., die broken thru tops of "States". H $ 16.00 881- -1817. N6 An unc. gem, It. olive and origi- nal mint red. H (Newcomb lists a No. 7) $ 16.00 882- -1817e top variety. V.F., dark surface. H $ 6.50 883- -1817. N8 Reddish brown, abt. unc.,

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 23, No. 3(132)

    15/5/1989

    Highlight: F-15 R-l 140.00 1814 S-295 F-15 R-l 135.00 1816 N-l G-5 R-5 60.00 1816 N-3 G-4 R-5 25.00 1816 N-6 VG-7 R-2 35.00 1816 N-8 F-12 R-l 26.00 1816 N-9 VG-8 R-3 20.00 1817 N-l G-4 R-4 25.00 1817 N-3 VG-10 R-2 26.00 1817 N-3 VF-30 R-2 260.00 1817 N-4 F-12 R-4 35.00 1817 N-5 VG-7 R-3 8.00 1817 N-6 VF-30 R-l 75.00 1817 N-7 VG-8 R-3 17.00 1817 N-7 G-5 R-3 9.00 1817 N-8 G-4 R-l 9.00 1817 N-9 VG-10 R-2 17.00 1817 N-9 VF-20 R-2 85.00 1817 N-10 VG-10 R-l 9.00 1817 N-10 F-15 R-l 27.00 1817 N-l 1 VG-7 R-l 15.00 1817 N-12 AG-3 R-4 10.00 1817 N-12 G-4 R-4 9.00 1817 N-12 VG-8 R-4 30.00 1817 N-15 AG-3 R-4 10.00 1817 N-16 G-6 R-2 10.00 1817 N-17 AG-3 R-5 70.00 1818 N-2 G-4 PART CUD R-4 30.00 1818 N-2 G-4 R-4 28.00 1818 N-3 VG-10 R-3 17.00 1818 N-6 VG-8 R-l 9.00 1818 N-7 VF-30 R-l 89.00 1818 N-8 VG-7 R-4

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 23, No. 3(132)

    15/5/1989

    Highlight: F-15 R-l 140.00 1814 S-295 F-15 R-l 135.00 1816 N-l G-5 R-5 60.00 1816 N-3 G-4 R-5 25.00 1816 N-6 VG-7 R-2 35.00 1816 N-8 F-12 R-l 26.00 1816 N-9 VG-8 R-3 20.00 1817 N-l G-4 R-4 25.00 1817 N-3 VG-10 R-2 26.00 1817 N-3 VF-30 R-2 260.00 1817 N-4 F-12 R-4 35.00 1817 N-5 VG-7 R-3 8.00 1817 N-6 VF-30 R-l 75.00 1817 N-7 VG-8 R-3 17.00 1817 N-7 G-5 R-3 9.00 1817 N-8 G-4 R-l 9.00 1817 N-9 VG-10 R-2 17.00 1817 N-9 VF-20 R-2 85.00 1817 N-10 VG-10 R-l 9.00 1817 N-10 F-15 R-l 27.00 1817 N-l 1 VG-7 R-l 15.00 1817 N-12 AG-3 R-4 10.00 1817 N-12 G-4 R-4 9.00 1817 N-12 VG-8 R-4 30.00 1817 N-15 AG-3 R-4 10.00 1817 N-16 G-6 R-2 10.00 1817 N-17 AG-3 R-5 70.00 1818 N-2 G-4 PART CUD R-4 30.00 1818 N-2 G-4 R-4 28.00 1818 N-3 VG-10 R-3 17.00 1818 N-6 VG-8 R-l 9.00 1818 N-7 VF-30 R-l 89.00 1818 N-8 VG-7 R-4

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    EXECUTOR'S SALE. COLLECTION OF UNITED STATES COINS FORMED BY THE LATE R.B. LEEDS, ESQ., ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.

    Highlight: 720 M 721 f0 722 ^r723 1817 Fairly even date and close, the 817 nearer together the 1 distant. Unc. Obv. Bright red, two pinhead— 7 spots. R. Steel color. Unc. / 7 c 718 1817 Same as last. Unc. Sharp. Light olive. 2 r 2~ 719 0817 Wide erratic date. Uncirculated. Sharp imp. Dull red, dark spot before fac e.^^ v ^ 1817 Wide date, the 81 close. Ex. fine. Sharp, 1817 Close even date. Ex. fine. Sharp. Light olive. 1817 Close even date; the 8 and 7 large. Fine.^^ 1817 Uneven date, 1 far from 817 and half under the point of the bust. Ex. fine. Light olive. 1817 Large, wide, even date. Very fine. Light olive. ' 1817 Close uneven date. Very fine. Black. 1817Light 2./^ ; olive. Rare in this extra state of preservation.^ 727 7 1817 15 stars. Extremely

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    CATALOGUE OF A COLLECTION OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN SILVER AND COPPER COINS, FORMERLY THE PROPERTY OF J. M. WILBUR, AND SOLD FOR ACCOUNT OF MESSRS. E. J. FARMER & CO. OF CLEVELAND, OHIO.

    Highlight: 190 1817, very poor indeed. 241 1819, 191 1817, do 242 1819, 192 1817, do 243 1819, 193 1817, extremely poor. 244 1819, 194 1817, do 245 1819, 195 1817, do 246 1819, 196 1817, do 247 1819, 197 1817, do 248 1819, 198 1817, do 249 1820, 199 1817, do 250 1820, 200 1817, do . / 251 1820, 201 1817, do 252 1820, /202 1317, do 253 1820, 203 1817, do 254 1820, 204 1817, wretchedly poor. 255 1820, 205 1817, do 256 1820, 206 1817, do 257 1821, 207 1817, do 258 1821, 208 1817, do 259 1821, 209 1817, do 260 1822, 210 1818, very poor. 261 1822, 211 1818, do 262 1822, 212 1818, do 263 1822, 213 1818, do 264 1822, 214 1818, do 265 1822, 215 1818, do 266 1822, 216 1818, do 267 1822, 217 1818, do 268 1822, 218 1818, do 269 1822, 219 1818, do 270 1823, 220 1818, do 271 1825, 221 1818, exceedingly poor. 272

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    Kagin's 1987 Long Beach Sale

    Highlight: 1817 Newcomb-5, R-4, Very Fine-20. A few minor marks on left obverse and on obverse and reverse rims. Medium-dark olive brown. From Liberty Coin; 1817 Newcomb-8V2, "mouse top," Very Fine-20. Has circular rough spot opposite fore- lock usually seen on this variety. Cleaned and retoned to a nice appearing medium steel brown with golden-tan undertones. From Kagin's sale #312, July 1978, Lot 81; Jim McGuigan. (Total: 2 pieces) 4010 1817t chocolate color, more pleasing than the original mint red. Medium-dark olive brown. From Bow- ers & Ruddy Galleries, The Hetrich Sale, January 1982, Lot 337; Wes Rasmussen. 4011 1817 Newcomb-8, R-l, Extremely Fine-45. Sharpness of AU-55 but some fine verdigris from end of nose

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 24, No. 2(137)

    15/3/1990

    Highlight: R-l 175.00 1813 S-293 VF-20 R-2 300.00 1814 S-295 VG-10 R-l 70.00 1816 N-l G-6 R-5 15.00 1816 N-2 F-12 R-l 14.00 1816 N-3 G-4 R-5 17.00 1816 N-6 F-12 R-2 35.00 1816 N-8 F-12 R-2 35.00 1816 N-8 F-12 R-l 12.00 1817 N-l G-6 R-4 20.00 1817 N-3 F-12 R-2 25.00 1817 N-3 VF-35 R-2 200.00 1817 N-4 G-5 R-4 13.00 1817 N-4 VF-30 R-4 150.00 1817 N-5 AU-50 R-3 450.00 1817 N-6 VF-25 R-l 80.00 1817 N-7 G-5 R-3 12.00 1817 N-9 F-12 R-2 25.00 1817 N-9 VF-20 R-2 95.00 1817 N-ll AU-50 R-l 350.00 1817 N- 12 VG-10 R-4 50.00 1817 N-13 VF-30 R-l 110.00 1817 N-13 VF-35 R-l 175.00 1817 N-15 G-5 R-4 20.00 1817 N- 16 G-5 R-l 9.00 1818 N-2 G-6 R-4 125.00 PARTIAL CUD -113- 1818 N-3 VF-20 R-2 50.00 1818 N-7 VF-30 R-l 70.00 1818 N-8 G-4 R-4 10.00 1818 N-8 VF-35 R-4 300.00 1819 N-3 G-5 R-4 9.00 1819 N-3 VG-7 R-4 15.00

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 23, No. 1(130)

    15/1/1989

    Highlight: 1817 N-l G-5 R-4 15.00 1823 N-l VG-10 R-2 75.00 1830 N-5 G-5 R-2 8.00 1817 N-3 F-12 R-2 30.00 1823 N-2 AG-3 R-2 15.00 1830 N-6 G-6 R-4 45.00 1817 N-3 XF-45 R-2 300.00 1823 N-2 G-6 R-2 50.00 1830 N-8 F-15 R-l 35.00 1817 N— 4 F-12 R-4 45.00 1824 N-l G-5 R-2 9.00 1830 N-8 VF-20 R-l 45.00 1817 N-6 VF-20 R-l 75.00 1824 N-l VG-8 R-l 45.00 1830 N-10 G-5 R-5 225.00 1817 N-6 VF-35 R-l 110.00 1824 N-2 G-6 R-l 8.00 1831 N-4 G-4 R-4 15.00 1817 N-7 G-6 R-3 18.00 1824 N-3 F-15 R-3 60.00 1831 N-5 G-6 R-4 25.00 1817 N-9 VF-30 R-2 90.00 1825 N-l G-4 R-4 22.00 1831 N-5 G-4 R-4 15.00 1817 N-9 VG-8 R-2 30.00 1825 N-6 VG-10 R-2 18.00 1831 N-6 G-6 R-l 12.00 1817 N-10 F-15 R-l 30.00 1825 N-7 VG-8 R-2 15.00 1831 N-7 F-12 R-l 15.00 1817 G-6 R-2 10.00 1831 N-9 G-6 R-3 9.00 1817

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 24, No. 2(137)

    15/3/1990

    Highlight: R-l 175.00 1813 S-293 VF-20 R-2 300.00 1814 S-295 VG-10 R-l 70.00 1816 N-l G-6 R-5 15.00 1816 N-2 F-12 R-l 14.00 1816 N-3 G-4 R-5 17.00 1816 N-6 F-12 R-2 35.00 1816 N-8 F-12 R-2 35.00 1816 N-8 F-12 R-l 12.00 1817 N-l G-6 R-4 20.00 1817 N-3 F-12 R-2 25.00 1817 N-3 VF-35 R-2 200.00 1817 N-4 G-5 R-4 13.00 1817 N-4 VF-30 R-4 150.00 1817 N-5 AU-50 R-3 450.00 1817 N-6 VF-25 R-l 80.00 1817 N-7 G-5 R-3 12.00 1817 N-9 F-12 R-2 25.00 1817 N-9 VF-20 R-2 95.00 1817 N-ll AU-50 R-l 350.00 1817 N- 12 VG-10 R-4 50.00 1817 N-13 VF-30 R-l 110.00 1817 N-13 VF-35 R-l 175.00 1817 N-15 G-5 R-4 20.00 1817 N- 16 G-5 R-l 9.00 1818 N-2 G-6 R-4 125.00 PARTIAL CUD -113- 1818 N-3 VF-20 R-2 50.00 1818 N-7 VF-30 R-l 70.00 1818 N-8 G-4 R-4 10.00 1818 N-8 VF-35 R-4 300.00 1819 N-3 G-5 R-4 9.00 1819 N-3 VG-7 R-4 15.00

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    The Anderson Dupont catalogue ... [09/24-25/1954]

    Highlight: CENTS OF 1817 537 1817. N.4. Nearly Extremely Fine, though with nick on cheek, slight re- verse edge dinge and microscopic traces of handling in the fields. Glossy medium brown and steel. With the usual crack below date. 538 1817. N.6. Just about full Mint State 60; faded mint red blending with light olive and steel. Minute nick under 8 ; another at bust point, a few others hardly worth mention. Common variety in top condition, as there was a small “find” of these. 539 1817h is not infrequently seen on this variety. Olive and a fascinating blend of various shades of green, especiallv on reverse. Planchet defect at C of CENT. 540 1817. N.7^- (So called

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    The TNA News, September-October 2010

    1/9/2010

    Highlight: 1817 - A FORGETTABLE YEAR? I n 1817ollar. This was due to the fact that our young nation was still recovering financially from the effects of the War of 1812 with England. In addition, early in 1816, fire struck the mint destroying the rolling press used to turn metal into strips for making coin blanks, resulting in no silver coinage being produced during that year. On the surface, one might think that the year 1817 would be a forgettable year for coin collectors — right? This might have been the case if not for a number of firsts and notable collectables that occurred that year. For the first time, the U.S. Mint struck proof coins — highly polished, well-struck pieces meant to be admired and coveted by

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    Supplement to $25,000 Collection ..., No. 62C

    1/10/1902

    Highlight: 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. Centered a trifle South but nearly uncirculated. Olive- brown. 8.00. Plain 4. Uncirculated. Glossy olive. 6.00. Plain 4. Double chin (break just started). Uncirculated. Glossy chocolate color. 5.00. Plain 4. Double chin (break developed). Extremely fine. Gloss}' brown. 2.50. Plain 4. A slight double strike gives a double profile, odd stars, etc. Extremely fine. Glossy olive-brown. 3.50. Cross 4. Uncirculated. Glossy iridescent olive with traces of red. Slight proof surface. 8.50. Perfect die. Uncirculated. Olive and red, mostly red. 2.50. Perfect die. Open mouth variety. Uncirculated. Glossy light olive. Slight proof surface. 3.00. Broken die. Uncirculated. Golden olive. 2.00. Wide date, far to left. The

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    The TNA News, September-October 2010

    1/9/2010

    Highlight: 1817 - A FORGETTABLE YEAR? I n 1817ollar. This was due to the fact that our young nation was still recovering financially from the effects of the War of 1812 with England. In addition, early in 1816, fire struck the mint destroying the rolling press used to turn metal into strips for making coin blanks, resulting in no silver coinage being produced during that year. On the surface, one might think that the year 1817 would be a forgettable year for coin collectors — right? This might have been the case if not for a number of firsts and notable collectables that occurred that year. For the first time, the U.S. Mint struck proof coins — highly polished, well-struck pieces meant to be admired and coveted by

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    Supplement to $25,000 Collection ..., No. 62C

    1/10/1902

    Highlight: 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. 1817. Centered a trifle South but nearly uncirculated. Olive- brown. 8.00. Plain 4. Uncirculated. Glossy olive. 6.00. Plain 4. Double chin (break just started). Uncirculated. Glossy chocolate color. 5.00. Plain 4. Double chin (break developed). Extremely fine. Gloss}' brown. 2.50. Plain 4. A slight double strike gives a double profile, odd stars, etc. Extremely fine. Glossy olive-brown. 3.50. Cross 4. Uncirculated. Glossy iridescent olive with traces of red. Slight proof surface. 8.50. Perfect die. Uncirculated. Olive and red, mostly red. 2.50. Perfect die. Open mouth variety. Uncirculated. Glossy light olive. Slight proof surface. 3.00. Broken die. Uncirculated. Golden olive. 2.00. Wide date, far to left. The

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

    /1913

    Highlight: Bate 1817» • 1 v . . 147 9 1 61 7 Rec • 1 1 1 ?4 1£ • Eq bet 546 th .. 147 S 1 817 Rec * . 14 4 6 IF Under the 6lh. 147 9 1 81 7 Rec • • 1 1 O 2A UIREJTLV Under the 6th Eq over 147 S 1 817 Rec Under 14 i4 AT 9 2b » » 1 * * t 4-i. 4-7 7 IS 17 Per • * 10 2C • • Eq bet 647th Eq.over 147 9 1 817 Rec • • 4 4 9l 2D f Bet 546 clo.6th. 4-i. 4-7 ■ 9 18 17 Rec 4 Under 2 i4 4 JA JUST Bet 546 clo 3 th Over 7 S 1817 Rec. Under 2 4 BELOW 1 3B 1 1 Under 6th. .. 7 7 1817 Per. .. 4 24 30 » » • I 1 v Eq.over 147. 94 1 617 Rec. At point 14 i4 jOZ * * . . . . . 147 * • » 1 817 • • IV VI I

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    Public auction sale of the John K. Borcky collection of rare American and Canadian coins, medals, tokens, etc. [06/19/1935]

    Highlight: 39 1817. A. 10. Abt. Unc, strong, glossy med. brown. 1817. A. 10. Strong, Uncirculated, olive color. 1817. A. 10, A. 11. Ex. Fine. 2. 1817. A. 11. Bright red, Unc. Perfect die. 1817. A. 12. Unc, L. Brown, die broken all around and thro date even. 1817. A. 13. Unc. partly red, rare condition, perfect die. 1817. A. 13 About Unc, A. 14, Unc, partly red. 2. 1817, A. 14. Unc, golden L. brown. 1817. A. 14. Unc. handsome L. brown. Glossy color. 1817. A. 14. Unc. Attractive medium brown. 1817. A. 14. Unc, steel color. 1817. Fifteen stars. A. 16. Ex. Fine, strong impression; rare. 1817. A. 16. 15 stars. Unc, and bold L. Brown. Very rare. 1817. A. 16, as last, Unc, a glossy medium brown, every star sharp. VRare. 1817. A. 16. Fine, L. Brown. Rare. CENTS OF 1818 . 1818. A. 3. Unc, reddish brown. Rare.

    Auction catalog from American Numismatic Society library.

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    Seventy-seventh public sale of rare coins, medals, and paper money. [08/16/1932]

    Highlight: 1817 A. 2. Close date. Fine, steel brown. 1465. 1817 A. 3. Pincer 8. Extremely fine, lustrous brown. 1466. 1817 A. 4. Very fine, dark brown. Rare. 1467. 1817 A. 5. Fine, a few light scratches and small dent. 1468. 1817 A. 71 / 2 . “Mouse” on top of head. Near fine. Rare. 1469. 1817 A. 8. Ex. fine, highest hair worn. Lustrous brown. 1470. 1817 A. 8 1 / 2 - Tuft of hair on top of head. Fine to v. fine. 1471. 1817 A. 9. Date divided 18 18. Fine to v. fine. 1472. 1817 A. 10. Stars close to date. V. fine, dark. 1473. 1817 A. 11. Wide date. Very fine, light nick. Light brown. 1474. 1817 A. 12. Very fine, rarely found so. 1475. 1817 A. 13. Very fine. 1476. 1817 A. 14. About uncirculated, red and olive. 1477. 1817. Good. Excessively rare variety. 1478. 1817 A. 16. Fifteen stars. Near fine,

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    181st auction sale of rare coins, medals & tokens, and paper money. [09/08/1951]

    Highlight: 1817 N-l. Very fine, medium olive brown. Rare. $7.50. 283. 1817 N-2. Close date. Perfect obv. die. V. fine, dark brown. Rare. $7.50. 284. 1817 N-3. The 8 open at bottom. Very fine, lustrous dark brown. $4. 285. 1817 N- 3 V 2 . Die break "tuft" on top of head. Very good, edge a little dented. $3. 286. 1817 N-4. Die crack through base of date and stars on right. Very fine, light olive. Scarce. $5. 287. 1817 N-5. Close date, first 1 high. Fine. Brown. $2. 288. 1817 N- 6 . Date spaced 1 817. Ex. fine, blue steel color. $10. 289. 1817 N- 7 V 2 . Large tuft on top of head. V. good, rev. fine. $3. 290. 1817 N- 8 . Date spaced 1 81 7. Ex. fine, golden brown. $7.50. 291. 1817 N- 8 V 2 . Same but die break on top of head under 8 th star looks like a mouse. Unc., rich brown color. $ 10 . 292. 1817

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    Early American Coppers Convention, Dallas Marriott Park Central, Dallas, Texas, March 20-22, 1987

    Highlight: 1817 N-2; 1818 N-7 ; 1819 N-5; CHAIN 1827 N-7; 1828 N-3; 1830 N-2; 1831 N-6;1833 N-2; 1834 N-4; 1835 N-14; 1836 N-l; 1837 N-14; 1838 N-3, 4; 1839 N-9 ALL 16 GRADE VG7-F12 SOME MINOR PROBLEMS - NICE LOT 272 1816 N-8 ; 1817 N-12; 1819 N-10; 1820 N-8,9; GRIPPED EDGE 1822 N-10; 1826 N-9; 1828 N-l; 1831 N-7, 7, 12; 1833 N-6; 1835 N-16; 1839 N-10; 1840 N-8; 1842 N-7; 1843 N-14; 1844 N-3 ALL 18 COINS GRADE ABOUT G5-VG7 OKAY LOT 273 1816 N-4; 181722 N-4, 5; 1826 N-l; 1827 N-4; 1829 N-5; 1831 N-3, 4, 11; 1832 N-l; 1833 N-4; 1835 N-13; 1837 N-9; 1839 N-5; 1840 N-5; 1843 N-8; 1844 N-4 ALL 20 COINS GRADE G4-6 274 1816 N-9; 1817 N-3; 1820 N-l, 5,12,15; 1822 N-ll; 1824 N-3; 1825 N-10; 1827 N-2, 8, 11; 1828 N-10; 1830 N-3; 1833 N-3; 1834 N-4, 6; 1835 N-7, 13 ALL 19 COINS G6-VG10 275

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    Early American Coppers Convention, Dallas Marriott Park Central, Dallas, Texas, March 20-22, 1987

    Highlight: LOT# DESCRIPTION GRADE 282 1817 N-6 R1 VF30 MEDIUM REDDISH TAN - VERY CLEAN APPEARANCE BUT MINUTELY POROUS FROM CORROSION REMOVAL - SHARPNESS NEAR MINT STATE.. VF30 EX EAC '84:202 283 1817 N-8 R1 VF30 MOUSE DEEP REDDISH TAN, FEW AREAS OF DARK BROWN - TINY RIM MARKS REVERSE K10 , 12 - LIGHTLY CORRODED STARS 7 TO 13 - SHARPNESS XF VF30 284 1817 N-9 R2 VF20 CHOICE DARK BROWN - VERY CHOICE SURFACES BUT FEW OLD MARKS ABOVE HAIR - OLD SCRATCH AT STARS 11/12 - OLD PITS ON CHEEK. VF20 SHARPNESS BETTER AND REVERSE VERY CHOICE 285 1817 N-10 R1 F15 BROWN - VERY CLEAN - TRIFLE DULL FI 5 EX WILLINS , EAC' 81: 248, CORRADO, BURRESS 286 1817CE MEDIUM TAN - CRUD IN DEVICES, OTHERWISE CHOICE SURFACES - ATTRACTIVE VF30 287 1817 N-13 R1 VF30 DARK TAN - VERY CLEAN GLOSSY - FEW SCATTERED

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    United States, Foreign and Ancient Gold, Silver & Copper Coins

    Highlight: CENTS OF 1817 1563 1817 N-3. EF-40. Light gray steel, areas of planchet roughness indicating die clogging. From the perfect obverse die with no trace of the "mouse” break atop head; 1817 N-5. VF-30. Glossy brown steel, well balanced and clean-surfaced, minor keg dents. Very scarce variety, especially in the higher grades; 1817 N-6. VF-30, Light gray steel, nice surfaces, quite a bit off center; minor contact marks consistent with the grade. 3 pieces. 1564 1817. Medium brown steel, rim breaks at stars 12-13. Late state of the obverse die with full "mouse” break; minor scratches and rough spots. Lot 502, Newcomb sale. 1565 1817rse. Same die state as the preceding lot, with full "mouse” and rim breaks. 1566 1817 N-8.

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    Catalog of the Fine Collection of Rare American and Foreign Coins Formed by the Late Charles Wellinger and Other Properties

    Highlight: The CENTS of 1817 1817 Thirteen stars, as all are unless otherwise stated. Very close date. Andrews 2. Nearly fine. Scarce. 1817 A. 3. Larger date, wider spaced. Very fine, sharp; reddish surface. 1817 A. 6. Curl over '17 ; high leaf midway between S and 0. Fine. Rare variety. 1817 A. 6. Uncirculated. Beautiful sharp specimen with even light glossy olive surface. A rare variety in very rare state of preservation. Cost $6.50 a number of years ago. 1817use” variety — a die break on top of head, resembles a mouse. Uncirculated, broad borders, glossy olive surface. A rare variety but quite a prize so choice. Cost $20.00. 1817t but die break a little higher on head, called by some “rat” variety. Good. Rare. 1817 A. 8 1/2 Die break at top

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    NUMISMATIST ARTICLE DISCUSSES 1817 TEXAS JOLA COINS

    05/29/2011

    Highlight: NUMISMATIST ARTICLE DISCUSSES 181714n22a18.html

    At my request Barbara Gregory, Editor-In-Chief of The Numismatist, the official publication of the American Numismatic Association forward me a copy of an article in the May 2011 issue by James Bevill and Alvin Stern with new information about the enigmatic 1817 half real coins. Also known as "jolas", these rare coins struck in 1817 and 1818 hold an important place in the numismatic history of the U.S. , but are often overlooked by collectors who don't realize that it wasn't only the New England states that had circulating coinage in areas that later became part of the U.S. Here are a

    Supplement to $25,000 Collection ..., No. 62D

    1/10/1902

    Highlight: 1817. Date more compact and 7 barely under left part of curl. Uncirculated. Glossy red-olive. 2.50. 1817. Very similar date and position, but from a different die. Uncirculated, stars sharp, bold milling. Glossy light olive. 2.50. 1817. 7 under curl. Very wide date, die broken along top of it and some stars. Extremely fine, a glossy brown. 1.50. 1817. 7 under curl, the 8 and 7 larger than I’s, most compact date. About uncirculated, a glossy light brown. 2.00. 1817. 7 under curl, better spaced date. Uncirculated. Glossy light olive. 2.50. 1817 right part of curl. Die crack at bottom of date figures. Uncirculated. Irides- cent, glossy, slightly proof surface. 2.50. 1817. Similar position of date but figures slightly smaller. Ex- tremely fine, light olive. 1.75

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