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    MDS

    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 2(149)

    15/3/1992

    Highlight: E-MDS. 328. 1850 N-18 R4+ VF20. Light brown. MDS. 329. 1850 N-18 R4+ VF20. Sharp EF40+;Granular Bed brn. MDS. 330. 1850 N-24 R6 86. Sharpness F15; scrs h minor corr. Lt 1 ted brn. 331. 1850 N-25 R4+ VG7. Sharpness VF20; ri* dents. Med to dk brown. 332. 1851 N-1 R3 VF30+. Lt brn. Middle die state. 333. 1851 N-1 R3 F12+. Sharpness F15+; tiny nicks. Med brn. MDS. 334. 1851 N-3 R1 VF25 S«ooth tan. Sharp overdate. MDS. 335. 1851 N-3 R1 VF30. Glossy It brn. 1851/81. Middle die state. 336. 1851 N-7 R2 flU55. Frsoty golden tan w/a Few minor spots. E-MDS. 337. 1851 N-10 R2 VF30. Glossy It brn. Middle die state. 338. 1851 N-13 R1 VF25+. Med brn. Early die state. 339. 1851 N-14 R3 VF20 Smooth medium brown. 340. 1851 N-14 R3 VF25+. Glossy mefl brn. Middle die state. 341. 1851 N-14 R3 VF25+. Medium

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 29, No. 2(167)

    15/3/1995

    Highlight: 'Bob' Grellman) 20N10 30/20-H Dark brown E-MDS Deduction: recoloring 21N01 G6 Dark brown E-MDS with smooth surfaces 29N09 G4 Dark brown LDS with smooth surfaces 32N03-1/2 25/20+ Dark brown E-MDS Partial double profile. Deduction: possible recoloring 33N03 15+/15 Dark brown EDS Deduction: minor rim bump at * 8 36N03 VF30+ Dark brown LDS Cud at rim above * 6 37N09 F12 Medium brown LDS 38N06 30+/25 Medium brown MDS Deduction: hairlines before face 40N03 30+/25 Medium brown E-MDS5/35- Dark brown EDS Deduction: scrape at second T in STATES & leaves 43N11 25+Z25- Medium brown M-LDS Deduction: small obverse digs 46N06 VF20+ Dark brown E-MDS 47N12 30/20 Dark brown EDS Deduction: rim scrapes stars 9 to 1 1 48N02 25/20+ Dark brown LDS Deduction: minor nicks

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 33, No. 3(192)

    15/5/1999

    Highlight: 1 60+ 60 335 E-MDSiceable stammg on left and right obv. fields. EDS, wth a large unlisted low spot above star 1 . A small low spot by star 12. Some blunt striking on wreath. A Small Date. Brown with choice, frosty surfaces. Some very minor handling marks. LDS. Tied for Condition Census #7. C Small Date. Brown with choice, frosty surfaces. Some very minor circ. marks. Some blunt striking at back of head. MDS. Removed from an NGC holder graded AU58. Very nice. A+ Small Date. Brown with traces of mint red on obv. and 10% on rev. Choice, lustrou s head and hairbuns, lowest curls and most leaves. E-MDS. A neat piece!

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 2(149)

    15/3/1992

    Highlight: MDS R1 EF45. Sharp. Hs60. A pit and It scrs at star 8. EDS. Bolden tan. 381. 1853 N-23 R5- F12. Sharp. VF20; Rim nicks. Reddish choc. LDS. 382. 1853 N-25 R1 VF30. Sharp VF35;Scratch on rev, obv stain. Lt brn. EDS. 383. 1853 N-27 R2 VF25. Lt brn. M-LDS. Obv die misaligned to K-3. 384. 1853 N-28 R5- F15. Sharpness VF20. Scratch reverse. LDS. 385. 1853 N-32 R4+ VGIO. Sharp. F15+; Rim dented. Lt brn. MDS. 386. 1853 N-33 R2 EF45. Sharp MS60;Porous reverse. Goden tan. Sharp EDS. 387. 1854 N-1 R4 VF30. Glossy It olive brn. Middle die state. 388. 1854 N-3 R1 EF40+. Close to EF45. Frosty It brown. MDS. 389. 1854 N-3 R1 VF30. Lt brn. Middle die state. 390. 1854 N-5 R4

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 33, No. 3(192)

    15/5/1999

    Highlight: 1 60+ 60 335 E-MDSiceable stammg on left and right obv. fields. EDS, wth a large unlisted low spot above star 1 . A small low spot by star 12. Some blunt striking on wreath. A Small Date. Brown with choice, frosty surfaces. Some very minor handling marks. LDS. Tied for Condition Census #7. C Small Date. Brown with choice, frosty surfaces. Some very minor circ. marks. Some blunt striking at back of head. MDS. Removed from an NGC holder graded AU58. Very nice. A+ Small Date. Brown with traces of mint red on obv. and 10% on rev. Choice, lustrou s head and hairbuns, lowest curls and most leaves. E-MDS. A neat piece!

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 2(149)

    15/3/1992

    Highlight: MDSith lighter highlights. M-LDS. 268. 1847 N-10 R3+ EF40 Tan and brown. SMooth surfaces. Slightly sharper with 1 minor surface marks. Scarce in higher grades. 269. 1847 N-7 R2+ EF45+. Frosty It to med brn. Middle die state. 270. 1847 N-12 R4 VF20. Sharp. Vf25. Rim nicks. Lt brn. EDS. 271. 1847 N-18 R5 F12 Med chocolate brown. 1847/7 1847 N-19 R2 EF40. Sharp. EF45; Stain at star 4. Glossy It brn. MDs 273. 1847 N-21 R3 VF35+. Sha''p.EF40; Few nicks obv. Lt brn. EDS. 274. 1847 N-24 R1 VF35+. Glossy It brown. Early die state.

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    Early American Coppers Convention, Cape Canaveral, April 6-9, 2000

    Highlight: MDS747. 1838 N-9 R3 VF20. At least five points sharper with too many tiny nicks for the higher grade. Glossy chocolate brown with medium brown highpoints. LDS with a strong rim cud extending from star 13 to under the 1 in the date. A rare die state and the cud is quite bold on this example. Average. Ex M&G Auction 10/2/93:194. 748. 1839 N-9 R2 VG8. Silly Head. Glossy chocolate brown. No problems. MDS F15+. A bit sharper with a few minor ticks on the obverse. Glossy medium brown. LDS. Average. 1844 N-7 R2+ FI 5. Five points sharper with some tiny ticks on the obverse. Nice glossy medium brown. MDS. Average. 1845 N-3 R4 VF25. Sharpness EF40 with a dozen or so

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 33, No. 3(192)

    15/5/1999

    Highlight: MDS. Comes with a Grellman Attribution and Grading card as MS63. Tied for Condition Census #4 Ex-HerbertOechsner; Stack’s, 9-8-88, Lot 203; Wayne Anderson. C 51 N18 1 63 61+ $ 500 Olive brown with choice, lustrous surfaces. Much cartwheel. An old, minute scratch on chin. Small carbon spot behind the head. Small reddish spot in dentils above star 4. Small snot below leaves under E in STATES. MDS. Tied for Condition Census #7. A+ 51 N19 3 63 62+ 625 Brown with 30% faded mint red. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Some minor handling marks and carbon specks. M-LDS. Tied for Condition Census # 5 . Removed from an NGC holder graded MS64 Red an Brown. A++ 51 N20,28 3+ 63 62 550 Rrnwn with traces of mint red. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Ancient, faint pin scratch under eye. Some faint hairlines. Tiny mar

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 33, No. 3(192)

    15/5/1999

    Highlight: MDS. Comes with a Grellman Attribution and Grading card as MS63. Tied for Condition Census #4 Ex-HerbertOechsner; Stack’s, 9-8-88, Lot 203; Wayne Anderson. C 51 N18 1 63 61+ $ 500 Olive brown with choice, lustrous surfaces. Much cartwheel. An old, minute scratch on chin. Small carbon spot behind the head. Small reddish spot in dentils above star 4. Small snot below leaves under E in STATES. MDS. Tied for Condition Census #7. A+ 51 N19 3 63 62+ 625 Brown with 30% faded mint red. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Some minor handling marks and carbon specks. M-LDS. Tied for Condition Census # 5 . Removed from an NGC holder graded MS64 Red an Brown. A++ 51 N20,28 3+ 63 62 550 Rrnwn with traces of mint red. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Ancient, faint pin scratch under eye. Some faint hairlines. Tiny mar

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    Early American Coppers Convention, Cape Canaveral, April 6-9, 2000

    Highlight: MDS. Average. 1826/5 N-8 R2 G5. Couple points sharper with some dull rim nicks around the obverse. Dark olive brown with tan highpoints. Sharp EDS, a scarce die state. Average. 1827 N-6 R3 VG10. Sharpness VF20 but lightly corroded. No marks. Dark olive and steel brown. MDS. Scudzy. 1827 N-9 R3 G6. Sharpness VG8 with a few minor marks and some micro roughness. MDS. Average-. 1831 N-12 R1 G4. Sharpness VG7 with some digs inside the wreath. Recolored glossy steel brown. Later die state with a 2-point cud break at star 13, Newcomb's state 12/1 . Average-. 1831 N-14 R4- G5. Slightly sharper with a few marks over starl. Otherwise nice. Glossy chocolate brown. LDS. Average. Lot of 6 coins. 720 . Group of Five Middle Date Cents. 1818 N-5 R3 FI 2. Sharpness near VF30 with a rim dent at star 1, some

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 46, No. 3

    1/7/2012

    Highlight: 0.58% 0.55% MDS 6 6 8 20 4.10% 3.90% 3.64% LDS 0 0 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% ND 0 0 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 4.48% N2 EDS 5 2 25 32 6.56% 6.24% 5.83% MDS 11 8 27 46 9.43% 8.97% 8.38% LDS 3 1 2 6 1.23% 1.17% 1.09% ND 1 1 2 0.41% 0.39% 0.36% 16.76% N3 EDS 0 1 1 0.20% 0.19% 0.18% MDS 2 7 4 13 2.66% 2.53% 2.37% LDS 0 1 1 0.20% 0.19% 0.18% ND 0 0 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 2.92% N4 EDS 1 3 4 8 1 .64% 1.56% 1.46% MDS 24 2 8 34 6.97% 6.63% 6.19% LDS 3 1 5 9 1 .84% 1.75% 1.64% ND 2 2 2 6 1 .23% 1.17% 1.09% 11.11% N5 EDS 5 1 6 12 2.46% 2.34% 2.19% MDS 19 2 12 33 6.76% 6.43% 6.01% LDS 2 2 1 5 1.02% 0.97% 0.91% ND 1 4 5 1.02% 0.97% 0.91% 10.72% N6 EDS 6 4 5 15 3.07% 2.92% 2.73% MDS46% ND 0 0 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 12.87% N7 EDS 1 3 4 8 1 .64% 1.56% 1.46% MDS 22 4 18 44

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 46, No. 3

    1/7/2012

    Highlight: the venues. I believe that finding the R4’s is a bit closer to the eBay occurrence given the fact that the “better stuff’ tends to go to the auction houses and thus may have had a higher apparent occurrence in those venues. This final table is a summary for the die state data and is segregated by rarity (percentages to all pieces examined): |_RlJ N2 EDS 5.83% 1 R3 N5 EDS 2.19% 1 R4 N1 EDS 0.55% MDS 8.38% MDS 6.01% MDS 3.64% LDS 1 .09% LDS 0.91% LDS 0.00% ND 0.36% ND 0.91% ND 0.00% 1 R3 N7 EDS 1.46% 1 R4 N3 EDS 0.18% MDS 8.01% MDS 2.37% LDS 1.09% LDS 0.18% ND 0.91% ND 0.00% R2 N4 EDS 1 .46% 1 R3 | N8 EDS 1.82% MDS 6.19% MDS 10.93% LDS 1 .64% LDS 0.55% ND 1 .09% ND 1.09% R2 N6 EDS 2.73% 1 R3 N9 EDS 2.37% MDS 7.83% MDS 9.29% LDS 1 .46% LDS 0.73% ND 0.00% ND 0.18% 152

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 5(152)

    15/9/1992

    Highlight: 46N3 R2 30/25 EDS 48N27 R2 12/8 M-LDS 46N10 R5 12 + MDS 50N22 R4 + 12 MDS 46N20 R4 15 MDS 51N31 R4 + 15 E-MDS 48N10 R2 10/5- E-MDS 51N39 R5- 30/15 LDS 48N17 R4 15 + /8 MDS 54N1 R4 30 MDS 48N18 R4-f 15 MDS 54N14 R4- 20/15 LDS 48N22 R1 15/12 + MDS 54N14 R4- 15 + LDS RON HOUSEKNECHT, EAC #2523 208 Cambell Rd. Willow Grove, PA 19090 1838 N-6 EDS R1 VF-25, lightly cleaned, choice or nearly so $38 1848 N-3b R3 25/1 5 + , ex-JRG 30 1848 N-28 R2- 30/20 + 20 1849 N-7 R3 + VF-20 35 1849 N-24 R4 + 20/1 5, nice, ex-JRG 55 1851 N-22 R4 + VF-25, probably recolored, still nice 60 1854 N-6 R1 30 sharpness, rav. scratches, net 20 + 20 1856 N-3 R1 VF-20, M&R Auction coin 15. »*»««*«##*##« BILL GOODRICH, EAC #2236 P.O. Box 89 Newport, KY 41072 (606) 781 - 1646 Wanted: half cents prior to 181 1. For Sale: 182

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 46, No. 3

    1/7/2012

    Highlight: 0.58% 0.55% MDS 6 6 8 20 4.10% 3.90% 3.64% LDS 0 0 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% ND 0 0 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 4.48% N2 EDS 5 2 25 32 6.56% 6.24% 5.83% MDS 11 8 27 46 9.43% 8.97% 8.38% LDS 3 1 2 6 1.23% 1.17% 1.09% ND 1 1 2 0.41% 0.39% 0.36% 16.76% N3 EDS 0 1 1 0.20% 0.19% 0.18% MDS 2 7 4 13 2.66% 2.53% 2.37% LDS 0 1 1 0.20% 0.19% 0.18% ND 0 0 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 2.92% N4 EDS 1 3 4 8 1 .64% 1.56% 1.46% MDS 24 2 8 34 6.97% 6.63% 6.19% LDS 3 1 5 9 1 .84% 1.75% 1.64% ND 2 2 2 6 1 .23% 1.17% 1.09% 11.11% N5 EDS 5 1 6 12 2.46% 2.34% 2.19% MDS 19 2 12 33 6.76% 6.43% 6.01% LDS 2 2 1 5 1.02% 0.97% 0.91% ND 1 4 5 1.02% 0.97% 0.91% 10.72% N6 EDS 6 4 5 15 3.07% 2.92% 2.73% MDS46% ND 0 0 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 12.87% N7 EDS 1 3 4 8 1 .64% 1.56% 1.46% MDS 22 4 18 44

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 46, No. 3

    1/7/2012

    Highlight: the venues. I believe that finding the R4’s is a bit closer to the eBay occurrence given the fact that the “better stuff’ tends to go to the auction houses and thus may have had a higher apparent occurrence in those venues. This final table is a summary for the die state data and is segregated by rarity (percentages to all pieces examined): |_RlJ N2 EDS 5.83% 1 R3 N5 EDS 2.19% 1 R4 N1 EDS 0.55% MDS 8.38% MDS 6.01% MDS 3.64% LDS 1 .09% LDS 0.91% LDS 0.00% ND 0.36% ND 0.91% ND 0.00% 1 R3 N7 EDS 1.46% 1 R4 N3 EDS 0.18% MDS 8.01% MDS 2.37% LDS 1.09% LDS 0.18% ND 0.91% ND 0.00% R2 N4 EDS 1 .46% 1 R3 | N8 EDS 1.82% MDS 6.19% MDS 10.93% LDS 1 .64% LDS 0.55% ND 1 .09% ND 1.09% R2 N6 EDS 2.73% 1 R3 N9 EDS 2.37% MDS 7.83% MDS 9.29% LDS 1 .46% LDS 0.73% ND 0.00% ND 0.18% 152

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 5(152)

    15/9/1992

    Highlight: 46N3 R2 30/25 EDS 48N27 R2 12/8 M-LDS 46N10 R5 12 + MDS 50N22 R4 + 12 MDS 46N20 R4 15 MDS 51N31 R4 + 15 E-MDS 48N10 R2 10/5- E-MDS 51N39 R5- 30/15 LDS 48N17 R4 15 + /8 MDS 54N1 R4 30 MDS 48N18 R4-f 15 MDS 54N14 R4- 20/15 LDS 48N22 R1 15/12 + MDS 54N14 R4- 15 + LDS RON HOUSEKNECHT, EAC #2523 208 Cambell Rd. Willow Grove, PA 19090 1838 N-6 EDS R1 VF-25, lightly cleaned, choice or nearly so $38 1848 N-3b R3 25/1 5 + , ex-JRG 30 1848 N-28 R2- 30/20 + 20 1849 N-7 R3 + VF-20 35 1849 N-24 R4 + 20/1 5, nice, ex-JRG 55 1851 N-22 R4 + VF-25, probably recolored, still nice 60 1854 N-6 R1 30 sharpness, rav. scratches, net 20 + 20 1856 N-3 R1 VF-20, M&R Auction coin 15. »*»««*«##*##« BILL GOODRICH, EAC #2236 P.O. Box 89 Newport, KY 41072 (606) 781 - 1646 Wanted: half cents prior to 181 1. For Sale: 182

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    Early American Coppers Convention, Cape Canaveral, April 6-9, 2000

    Highlight: MDS. Scudzy. 702 . 1810/09 S-281 R1 VG7. Sharpness at least FI 2 with some minor roughness and pits on the obverse. The reverse is mostly smooth and glossy, but there is some micro roughness at ATE in STATES. Rather glossy dark chocolate brown with medium brown highpoints. MDSth a couple patches of very minor roughness on the obverse. The only contact marks are a short, light scratch over the bust tip, a tiny rim bruise at Nl in UNITED, and a dull rim bruise at TA in STATES. The reverse surfaces are choice. Glossy chocolate brown. MDS. Average. 704 . 1812 S-288 R2 VF20. Sharpness EF45 or better but dark with uniform micro granularity. Free of any verdigris, pitting, or contact marks. Very dark steel,

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 33, No. 3(192)

    15/5/1999

    Highlight: E-MDS. A+ 1853 N6 1 63 63 765 Brown with some hints of faded mint red. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Cartwheel. Short, faint hairline in front of chin. M-LDS. Tied for Condition Census #5. C 1853 N8 3 55 55 350 Brown with choice, frosty surfaces. Tiny obv. rim nick at 5:00. Tinv rev. rim nick at 4:30. M19S. Tied for Condition Census # 9 . C 1853 N9 2- 62 62 625 Brown with bluish overtones. Choice, lustrous .surfaces. Cartwheel. Mark free. M-LDS. Tied for Condition Census #4. Comes with a Grellman Attribution and Grading card as MS60. Ex-G. Lee Kuntz; Superior, 10-6-91 , Lot 611. C 1853 Nil 2- 60 55 250 Olive brown with hints of red. Probably dipped an recolored long ago. Choice, frosty surfaces. E-ML)S. A 1852 N13 1 63 63 625 80% mint red with some brown tonine over ton of head. Choice,

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 33, No. 3(192)

    15/5/1999

    Highlight: E-MDS. A+ 1853 N6 1 63 63 765 Brown with some hints of faded mint red. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Cartwheel. Short, faint hairline in front of chin. M-LDS. Tied for Condition Census #5. C 1853 N8 3 55 55 350 Brown with choice, frosty surfaces. Tiny obv. rim nick at 5:00. Tinv rev. rim nick at 4:30. M19S. Tied for Condition Census # 9 . C 1853 N9 2- 62 62 625 Brown with bluish overtones. Choice, lustrous .surfaces. Cartwheel. Mark free. M-LDS. Tied for Condition Census #4. Comes with a Grellman Attribution and Grading card as MS60. Ex-G. Lee Kuntz; Superior, 10-6-91 , Lot 611. C 1853 Nil 2- 60 55 250 Olive brown with hints of red. Probably dipped an recolored long ago. Choice, frosty surfaces. E-ML)S. A 1852 N13 1 63 63 625 80% mint red with some brown tonine over ton of head. Choice,

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    The 2008 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDS, Manley state 2.0, w ith the reverse rotated 45 degrees CW. 114. 1825 C-2 R1 AU50. Frosty chocolate brown with lighter brown and tan faded down from mint color in protected areas, especially on the reverse. A small, well-hidden dark spot is located in the hair above the ear and a tiny rim nick affects the dentils left of the date. Sharply struck EDS, Manley state 1.0 early. The reverse die clashmarks of the earlier 25C1 die marriage are present, including the “egg” lump between the F and A (Manley says these were lapped off the die before this marriage, but a few early examples showing the clashmarks have come to light since the book was published). Undoubtedly a rare die state. 115. 1825 C-2 R1 VF20. Glossy chocolate and steel. A tiny planchet flake in the field right of the date is

    The auction sale catalog for the May 2008 Convention of the Early American Coppers, Inc., catal

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    The 2008 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDS. Just needs time for the highpoints to f retone. i II 129. 1853 C-1 R1 MS60. Frosty light olive and steel with I hints of very faded red in protected areas. Possibly lightly dipped I long ago and allowed to retone naturally, but the eye appeal is lexcellent. No marks or other defects. Sharply struck E-MDS. I' 130. 1853 C-1 R1 VF30. Sharpness near AU50 but lightly jr whizzed and retoned frosty dark steel brown and chocolate. No lother defects, and the eye appeal (to the naked eye) is excellent. ^ Would look uncirculated to many outside EAC. EDS. ^ 131. 1854 C-1 R1+ EF40+. Partial Double Profile. Frosty ^ medium brown with chocolate highpoints and satiny luster in [( protected areas. The only mark is a tiny pinprick over the L in 'HALF. Excellent eye appeal, close to EF45. Nicely struck

    The auction sale catalog for the May 2008 Convention of the Early American Coppers, Inc., catal

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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the Second Session of the Fifty-Seventh Congress of the United States: Volume II

    2/12/1902

    Highlight: 00 afts mds to secure circulation. . . mds to secure deposits mds on band irnson U. S. bonds securities, etc : house, furniture, and fixtures eal estate and mortg’s owned 4, 000. 00 4, 492. 00 25, 000. 00 im ether national banks. 5, 385. 14 15, 404. 04 83, 085. 97 ora State banks and bankers . pin approved reserve agents, wl-revenue stamps , anil other cash items 143. 84 igcs for clearing bouse ' other national banks 1, 200. 00 130. 48 48, 712. 00 22, 000. 00 2, 500. 00 >nal currency, nickels, cents. i ender notes ption fund with Treas. U. S. mn Treasurer F. S . otal 1, 229, 057. 27 Capital stock paid in Surplus fund $100, 000. 00 50, 000. 00 15, 647. 21 50, 000. 00 Fndivided profits, less current expenses and taxes paid National-bank notes outstanding. State-bank notes outstanding Due to

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 41, No. 2

    1/3/2007

    Highlight: 47N9 delisted as MDSestionably 47N24. It has fields covered by lines and lumps on the chin, both of which are extremely easy to see with a glass. Newcomb describes the LDS of this die pair as his 47N9, and describes it as having a “fine crack from rim to tops of ME to rim and rim to tops of IC.” Bob describes additional fine cracks that develop even later, and I have not found any indication of cracks on MDS pieces. Bill Noyes supported this viewpoint in Penny Prices by stating that N9 (is) Late N24. 47N25 delisted as

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 6(153)

    15/11/1992

    Highlight: SENT POSTPAID ALL GRELLMAN ATTRIBUTED / GRADED 1848 N-9 R1 MDS F12 $12 1853 N-17 R2 E-MDS F15 $15 1850 N-19 R2 EDS VF30 30 1853 N-32 R4-I- MDS F15 25 1851 N-23 R4- MDS F12-I- 15 1854 N-18 R3 MDS F15 17 1852 N-18 R3 M-LDS 30/25 -f- rim bump 30 1856 N-3 R1 M-LDS F15 12 1852 N-21 R4 MDS F12 15 1856 N-9 R3-I- MDS 30/25 nicks 10 day return privilege. Allow checks to clear. Call to hold an item or for more information. TOM REYNOLDS, EAC #222 4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c P.O. Box 24529 OMAHA, NE 68124 (402) 895-3065 1816 N4 R2-I- AU50-I- $500 1818 N3 R3 AU55 700 1818 N6 R1 VF30 125 1819 N3 R3 VGIO 60 1820/19 N2 R2 + XF40 500 1824 N2 R2 VF25-I- 225 1825 N3 R3 VF35 300 1827 N9 R3 VF25 125 1829 N2 R2- VF35 300 1839/6 N1 R3 + VG8 425 SEND NAME AND Olive brown with choice, lustrous surfaces Olive brown

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 41, No. 2

    1/3/2007

    Highlight: 47N9 delisted as MDSestionably 47N24. It has fields covered by lines and lumps on the chin, both of which are extremely easy to see with a glass. Newcomb describes the LDS of this die pair as his 47N9, and describes it as having a “fine crack from rim to tops of ME to rim and rim to tops of IC.” Bob describes additional fine cracks that develop even later, and I have not found any indication of cracks on MDS pieces. Bill Noyes supported this viewpoint in Penny Prices by stating that N9 (is) Late N24. 47N25 delisted as

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 6(153)

    15/11/1992

    Highlight: SENT POSTPAID ALL GRELLMAN ATTRIBUTED / GRADED 1848 N-9 R1 MDS F12 $12 1853 N-17 R2 E-MDS F15 $15 1850 N-19 R2 EDS VF30 30 1853 N-32 R4-I- MDS F15 25 1851 N-23 R4- MDS F12-I- 15 1854 N-18 R3 MDS F15 17 1852 N-18 R3 M-LDS 30/25 -f- rim bump 30 1856 N-3 R1 M-LDS F15 12 1852 N-21 R4 MDS F12 15 1856 N-9 R3-I- MDS 30/25 nicks 10 day return privilege. Allow checks to clear. Call to hold an item or for more information. TOM REYNOLDS, EAC #222 4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c P.O. Box 24529 OMAHA, NE 68124 (402) 895-3065 1816 N4 R2-I- AU50-I- $500 1818 N3 R3 AU55 700 1818 N6 R1 VF30 125 1819 N3 R3 VGIO 60 1820/19 N2 R2 + XF40 500 1824 N2 R2 VF25-I- 225 1825 N3 R3 VF35 300 1827 N9 R3 VF25 125 1829 N2 R2- VF35 300 1839/6 N1 R3 + VG8 425 SEND NAME AND Olive brown with choice, lustrous surfaces Olive brown

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    Early American Coppers Convention, Cape Canaveral, April 6-9, 2000

    Highlight: MDS 1829 N-5 R3-(- VG8-h. Small Letters Reverse. Glossy steel brown with lighter brown and tan in the protected areas. The planchet is nice and smooth and the only mark is a small dig under the eye. EDS. Average+. 735. 1829 N-5 R3-i- VG7. Attractive glossy chocolate brown with medium brown highpoints. Virtually free of marks. LDS. Choice. 736. 1830 N-2 R2-t- VG8. Glossy medium brown. No problems. MDS. Average-i-. 737. 1830 N-3 R3 VG7. Slightly sharper with a fine scratch outlining the profile. Glossy chocolate brown and olive. LDS. Average. 738. 1830 N-5 R3 FI 2. Slightly sharper with a patch of microscopic roughness under star 5 and a few tiny rim nicks at th

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    The 2009 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: I MDS, die state b early. I 473. 1857 N-1 R1 EF45. Large Date. Glossy light chocolate I and medium brown with frosty luster showing through in ■i protected areas. No significant defects, only light wear on the highpoints. A tiny rim nick at star 6 and a dull nick on top of ^ the E in one are the best identifying marks. LDS, die state b. I 474. Blank Planchet for Mature Head Large Cent, Stage 11. This planchet “grades” VF or so due to a couple small patches of shallow corrosion on both sides. Otherwise the planchet is smooth and glossy with just a few light hairline scratches and nieks. Glossy light chocolate brown. The rims are upset (stage II of the planchet preparation process). Weight 176.0 grains. Most likely from Crocker Brothers, the company that supplied the mint with finished

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    The 2010 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: E-MDS. The die I crack at D-ST is faint. I i 383. 1836 N-7 R4 VF25. Slightly sharper but the obverse suffers from a dark stain that covers about half of that side. The I fi remainder of the planchet is an attractive glossy light chocolate II and steel brown. Just a few trivial nicks plus a small planchet ^ flake on the rim at star 12. MDShe rim cud at D-STA. P 384. 1837 N-2 R2 AU55. Plain Hair Cord. Lustrous k light chocolate blending to lighter steel brown in the fields and protected areas. The only mark is a tiny streak of olive brown * toning left of star 5. MDS with a slightly raised retained cud In break between the parallel die cracks up from star 4. 385. 1837 N-9 R1 VF35. Beaded Hair Cord. Attractive ^ glossy chocolate brown with frost i

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    The 2011 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: 1 852 N- 1 8 E-MDS EF40 net VF35 rim dent; 1 853 N-5 E-MDS EF45 net VF35 for nicks and recoloring; 1 853 N-33 E-MDS AU50 net VF35 for recoloring and staining. All 4 coins with decent but slightly below average eye appeal and equal net-grades of VF35. 548. 1851 N-13, 1852 N-10, 1853 N-13, 1854 N-24. Group Lot, 4 Coins. Includes 1851 N-13 R1 VF30. Weakly struck. Slightly sharper with a rim bruise at star 1 and another at ST in STATES, neither very distracting. Lightly cleaned and nicely retoned glossy olive and lighter steel brown. LDS, die state d. The stars and upper part of the head are flat, as are much of the wreath and reverse legend. Ex-Jim Corrado, McCawley & Grellman Auctions / Goldberg’s 02/1 1/07:907 (coin 2 of 2 coin lot). DWH #3376. 1852 N-10 R2+ VF30. Glossy medium brown and

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    The 2013 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDS, (b). 407. 1852 N-22 R1 EF40. Sharpness AU50, but the coin has been whizzed and recolored. The reverse looks slightly more natural than the obverse, but the entire coin looks “wrong.” Might pass on eBay, but not to an EAC member. MDSaverage of VF30. Lot of 7 coins. 409. 1853 N-3 R1 MS60. Glossy medium chestnut brown with sea green overtones on the obverse and a hint of mint red on the reverse. There is an as- struck, minor rim disturbance to the right of the date, otherwise there arc no marks to speak of. E-MDS, state (a+). 410. (iroiip Lot, 2 Braided Hair Large Cents. 1853 N-3 VF20 EDS (c) and 1856 N-12 VF3(), eac

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    The 2013 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: E-MDS, state (b) early. 416. 1853 N-16 R1 VF35. Very pretty medium tan brown with glossy surfaces and the look of a commercial AU. Sharpness at least EF40 but there are some tiny contact marks, mostly on the obverse, including a notable nick on the neck. MDS, state (b). 417. Group Lot, 2 Large Cents Dated 1853. Lot of two 1853 large cents, including N-19 VF35 net VF3() with nice dark brown color, E-MDS (a+); and N-25, VF3()+ net VF25 recolored, MDS (b). 418. 1853 N-21 R4 VF30. Medium brown color with no defects to speak of Late die state (b) with mushy rims and a pronounced lump on the reverse between ONE CENT. Think 1855 Knob on Ear and you will have it! 419. 1853 N-30 R2 FF4(). A very pretty mixture lif liyht and medium brown with glossy surfaces. Mm“’ m- k . only, with nice eye appeal.

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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the First Session of the Fifty-Sixth Congress of the United States: Volume II

    5/12/1899

    Highlight: and discounts •afts mds to secure circulation . . . mds to secure deposits $70, 932. 44 369. 13 12, 500. 00 Capital stock paid in Surplus fund 1 Undivided profits, less current $50, 000. 00 10, 000. 00 20, 955. 46 11,250. 00 unison hand ! 500. 00 2, 550. 00 G, 145. 91 8, 000. 00 lmson U. S. bonds securities, etc National-bank notes outstanding. Sfcatft-bank notes outstanding house.furniture, and fixtures eal estate and mortg’s owned am other national banks Duo to other national banks Due to State banks and ban kora 3, 353. 84 an State banks and bankers . om approved reserve agents and other cash items iges for clearing house 5, 000. 00 27, 446. 40 438. 53 Dividends unpaid Individual deposits 522. 00 49, 907. 43 other national banks 6, 155. 00 82.22 1, 903. 60 3, 403. 00 United States

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 151

    1/4/2013

    Highlight: The MDS has a small die break or spot just to the bottom left of the letter T in Britannia. This spot is small on some coins and larger on others. The LSD has, in addition to an enlarged spot, some extensive spalling. Reverse c is paired with obverses 5 and 6. Of inter- est the reverse c coins that are paired with a “Georgivs Triumpho” obverse are a combination of 3 EDS and 5 MDS. On the other hand, all four 5-c coins are MDS and for the four 6-c coins, one is MDS and three are LDS. Therefore, the progression of minting seems to have gone from the pure “Georgivs Triumpho” FamWy members during which time the die was injured, and then the reverse c die was used to make all the 5-c varieties. Finally the 6-c varieties were produced during which time the die deteriorated further. Reverse d:

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 33, No. 3(192)

    15/5/1999

    Highlight: MDS. Ex-Bob Matthews; Superior, 5-28-89, Lot 819. A+ 1838 NIO 1 55 55 325 Brown with some darker brown toning above star 7, around star 12 and at throat. Choice, frosty surfaces. E-MDSie state as preceding. A-t- 1838 NIO 1 700 Ex-Superior, Nicholas, Lot 61 1 . 1838 NIO 1 63-H 63 1600 Rrown with 20% mint red. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Cartwheel. Ancient, faint pin scratch between stars 3-4. Tiny nick on hair strand above ear. Some very minor marks on rev. rim that take a glass to see. MDS, with heavy cracks to M. Come

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 151

    1/4/2013

    Highlight: The MDS has a small die break or spot just to the bottom left of the letter T in Britannia. This spot is small on some coins and larger on others. The LSD has, in addition to an enlarged spot, some extensive spalling. Reverse c is paired with obverses 5 and 6. Of inter- est the reverse c coins that are paired with a “Georgivs Triumpho” obverse are a combination of 3 EDS and 5 MDS. On the other hand, all four 5-c coins are MDS and for the four 6-c coins, one is MDS and three are LDS. Therefore, the progression of minting seems to have gone from the pure “Georgivs Triumpho” FamWy members during which time the die was injured, and then the reverse c die was used to make all the 5-c varieties. Finally the 6-c varieties were produced during which time the die deteriorated further. Reverse d:

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 2(149)

    15/3/1992

    Highlight: MDS. 163. 1831 N-3 R1 VGIO Sharpness F12+; It scratches obv. Lt brown. 164. 1831 N-4 R3 S5. Medium brown. Tiny pits on obv. 165. 1831 N-5 R4 VG8. Glossy It brn. Middle die state. 166. 1831 N-5 R4 66. Light brn. Late die state. 167. 1831 N-6 R1 F15. Sharp. VF25; minor granularity. Dk brn. MDS. 168. 1831 N-6 R1 F15. Glossy It brn. Middle die state. 169. 1831 N-6 R1 VG7. Light brown. 170. 1831 N-9 R2 F15+. Glossy light brown. Middle die state. 171. 1831 N-10 R3 VGIO. Glossy light brown. Early die state. 172. 1831 N-10 R3 Vf25 VF30+ Chocolate brown. Small rim bump Kll obv. Later die state i Nith dentil fusing above star nine. 173. 1831 N-11 R2 V67. Sharpness FI5; patches of corrosion. EDS. 174. 1831 N-12 R1 VG8. Sharp. F15. Dk w/a few old scrs. Two point cud on star 13. 175. 1831 N-14 R5 G5.

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 2(149)

    15/3/1992

    Highlight: MDS (Old N-13). 232. 1841 N-5 R3- VF20+. Glossy light brown. LDS. 233. 1841 N-6 RI F15+. Sharp.VF20+.A Few obv nicks. Lt i med brn. MDS 234. 1842 N-6 R1 VF25+/ Glossy It brn. Close to VF30. MDS. 235. 1842 N-7 R3+ VSIO. Glossy med brn. Middle die state. 236. 1342 N-8 R1 VF30. Sharp VF35+; Retoned It brn. MDS. 237. 1842 N-9 R3 EF40. Glossy It brn. Middle die state. 238. 1843 N-4 R1 VG8 PHLL. F12 Dark brown. Bit grainy. 239. 1843 N-4 R1 VF30. Slossy It brn. Petite head/large letters. 240. 1843 N-15 R4 VF20+. Medium brown. Sharp early die state. 241. 1843 N-16 R5 VG8 F12 Sioooth tan. Some rim marks. 242. 1843 N-17 R6+ G6. Mottled light and medium browns. 243. 1844 N-2 R2 VG7. Slossy dk brn. 44/81 error. 244. 1844 N-4 R2 VF30+ VF35 Smooth tan. Some very Faint pinscratches under CENT. Sreat eye

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 33, No. 3(192)

    15/5/1999

    Highlight: MDS. Ex-Bob Matthews; Superior, 5-28-89, Lot 819. A+ 1838 NIO 1 55 55 325 Brown with some darker brown toning above star 7, around star 12 and at throat. Choice, frosty surfaces. E-MDSie state as preceding. A-t- 1838 NIO 1 700 Ex-Superior, Nicholas, Lot 61 1 . 1838 NIO 1 63-H 63 1600 Rrown with 20% mint red. Choice, lustrous surfaces. Cartwheel. Ancient, faint pin scratch between stars 3-4. Tiny nick on hair strand above ear. Some very minor marks on rev. rim that take a glass to see. MDS, with heavy cracks to M. Come

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    Early American Coppers Convention, Cape Canaveral, April 6-9, 2000

    Highlight: dark chocolate brown with light brown highpoints E-MDS. Glossy medium brown. LDS. Average. 761. 1850 N-14 R4 VF20. Five points sharper with a fresh scuff over star 11 . Otherwise a nice glossy medium brown. Very scarce EDS with all the fine die lines clear. Average. 762. 1850 N-14 R4 VF25. At least five points sharper but recolored glossy steel brown and there is a fine hairline scratch in the field up from the bust tip. MDSer with a pair of very light scratches on the cheek. Otherwise choice. Glossy medium brown with underlying mint frost. LDS. Average. 764. 1852 N-4 R1 VF30. Choice glossy medium brown. MDS. Very nice. Average+, nearly choice. 765. 1852 N-6 R2-

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    The 2008 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDSns was only a half millimeter. The doubling is clearest on the right half of both sides. |( 76, 1804 C-9 R2 VF35. Five points sharper with a small, w barely visible patch of shallow roughness low on the neck just ^ above the drapery. Otherwise this piece is choice. Glossy steel and chocolate with frosty lighter brown covering the protected w areas where Bowline luster adds to the eye appeal. E-MDS, 1^ Manley state 2.0. If

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    The 2009 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: E-MDS. 41. 1849 C-1 R2- VF30. Ten points sharper with a few light contact marks plus a patch of microscopic roughness at star 12. Glossy light olive and chocolate brown. MDS, Manley state 2 . 0 . 42. 1851 C-1 R1 EF45. Attractive frosty light chocolate brown with traces of mint luster showing in protected areas. Shaiply struck MDS. 43. 1851 C-1 R1 VF25. Glossy light chocolate with darker chocolate brown in protected areas. Nice for the grade, free of any distractions. MDS. 44. 1852 Electrotype Copy of the First Restrike Proof Breen 1-B MS63. Frosty dark steel brown with 30% of the red showing. Virtually flawless, a superior example of electrotype craftsmanship. A good match for all the other electrotype proofs offered earlier in this sale. 45. 1857 C-1 R2 VF30. Ten points sharper but a bit

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    The 2009 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDS fi not mentioned in the Breen book). The date and legends are complete and clear. r 124. 1798 S-162 R4 VGIO. Style I Hair. Small 8. Five points sharper but covered with microfine roughness that’s well hidden under a glossy chocolate brown patina. No verdigris and only a few minor marks, including some faint hairline scratches on the obverse and a light rim bruise opposite the tip of the nose. MDS, Breen state II. The date and legends are bold. 125. 1798 S-162 R4 G5. Style 1 Hair. Small 8. Glossy steel and chocolate brown with a half dozen spots of darker olive toning on the obverse. The surfaces are decent but not perfectly smooth in the fields

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    The 2009 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDS with the usual fine die rust showing on the portrait. Ex Jim McGuigan 4/8 1 -John D. Wright Collection. 271. 1822 N-6 R3 VF35. Ten points sharper but recolored glossy very light olive and steel. The only marks are a small splash of reddish chocolate brown toning at the wreath under NT in CENT and a tiny spot of lighter tan toning at the left foot of the first A in AMERICA. MDS. Ex Dr. Bob Shalowitz 1 1/92-John D. Wright Collection. 272. 1822 N-7 R3+ VF20. Sharpness near VF30 with traces of extremely faint roughness on the right half of the reverse plus a small rim bruise over the second S in STATES and a shallow planchet chip over the right side of the O in ONE, as struck. Recolored glossy chocolate and steel with slightly lighter steel brown toning on the right half of the reverse.

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    The 2010 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDS, Manley state 2.0. Ex Robison, Stack’s 2/10/82:324. 62. 1804 C-13 R1 VG8. Plain 4, Stemless Wreath. Double Struck over Reverse Brockage. Very slightly sharper but lightly eleaned and retoned glossy steel and ehoeolate brown. No roughness, only minor contaet marks, ineluding a serape on the edge over STAT. MDS, Manley state 2.0. Struek over a reverse broekage with the normal reverse undeitype elearly visible on the lower part of the portrait and the incuse I brockage impression, including all of HALF CENT, clear inside the wreath of the seeond strike. The reverse of the normal strike is rotated 30 degrees CW relative to the normal obverse. I I 63. 1804 C-13 R1 VF35. Plain 4, Stemless Wreath. ^ Broadstruck. Choice glossy ehoeolate brown with frosty f lighter brown toning in proteeted

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    The 2010 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDS, Manley state 2.0. The reverse is rotated 155 degrees CW. 94. 1825 C-1 R3 VF25. Rotated Reverse. Misaligned Dies. Very attractive glossy chocolate brown. A dull nick under the bust tip and a couple light vertical nicks off the chin are the only notable defects. MDS, Manley state 2.0, with the reverse rotated 120 degrees CW. In addition, the obverse die is misaligned to K-l. 95. 1825 C-2 R1 F12. Slightly sharper with a rim bruise under the date. Lightly cleaned and retoned chocolate and steel with frosty lighter steel brown in protected areas. LDS, Manley state 2.0. 96. 1825 C-2 R1 VGIO. Counterstamped. Brunk R-80. Glossy chocolate brown. Counterstamped down the portrait with “W D RAPP” with raised letters inside an incuse rectangle. The stamp is strong and evenly impressed. Rapp was a

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    The 2012 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: and MDS; Ex-Matthews Money Tree. 348. 1833/2 N-4 R4 EF40. Authenticated and graded by PCGS as AU50. A crusty original example with perfect medium brown color. A tiny nick or two can be found on each side, but otherwise this one is problem-free. Great color, but could definitely use a bath. E-MDS. 349. 1833 N-5 R1 Ll i 40. A glossy and attractive example with underlying mint luster and no real marks to speak of. MDS 1833 N-6 R1 VF30. VF35 with choice medium tan color and just a couple spots of carbon on each side. Only minor nicks for the grade, but enough to knock off 5 points from the VF35 details. MDS with strong reverse die cracks, but the crack through N in UNITED is not yet “heavy.” 351. 1833 N-6 R1 VF30. Sharpness of EF45

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    The 2012 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDS (b). The 1842 N-3 is MDS (b), EF45 net VF25 for corrosion and recoloring, now a strong green color. The 1 842 N-6 is VF25 net VF20, MDS (b), recolored with a rim bump. Lot of 3 coins. I 409. 1840 N-8 R1 MS63+. Large Date. Mint red fading to bluish steel brown, half the mint color remaining, 40% on the ) obverse, 60% on the reverse. The surfaces are satiny and offer outstanding eye appeal. The only defects are an extremely faint scuff at the dentil tips from star 6 to star 8 (visible only with a strong glass) and small spots of reddish chocolate carbon inside the top of the R in AMERICA and at the dentils just past the second A. None of these defects is at all distracting, but they keep this piece from Gem status. LDS. d. with a series of relatively strong rim cud breaks from star 8 to

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    The 2012 EAC Convention Sale

    Highlight: MDS (b). 421. 1846 N-16 R5- \G8. Sharpness VG10 with medium brown color, but with some black verdigris in the crevices on each side. The obverse die is slightly mis-aligned. MDS (a). 422. 1846 N-21 R5+ VG7. VG10 details but very dark brown color with some light pits on each side, but mostly above ONE on the reverse. EDS (a) and a very tough variety. 417. 1845 N-8 R1 VF25+. 1846 N-3 R2 VF30. The 1845 is E-MDS (b) with VF30 details and some tiny nicks. The 1846 is a flatly-struck E-MDS (b) in solid VF30. Lot of 2 coins. 418. 1846 N-3 R2 VF30. VF35 with medium brown color but covered with a splotchy layer of black verdigris on each side. Most of this is evenly distributed, but there is a notably larger spot around star 3. Still attractive. LDS (e) with a reverse rim break at TES-OF, and CC1 1

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    Worldwide selections of choice and rare coins, medals, paper money ... [07/18/1975]

    Highlight: La apuesta mds alta para aada lote es la que aomprard diaho lote. La apuesta mas alta podra ser reduoida hasta el punto de ser un pooo mas que la segunda apuesta mds debe- ran haoer propuestas generosas 3 si estan deseosos de obtener aualquiera de los lotes en particular. 2. Terminos de reduaoidh: (a) No se aplicajcd ninguna reducaibn en apuestas de $10.00 o menos. (b) Sobre las apuestas de $10.01 en adelante 3 la mas alta sera reduoida. hasta el I07o sobre la segunda apuesta mds alta. For ecemplo 3 si su apuesta en el lote UlOO es de $70.00 y la segunda mds,003 usted obtendra el lote por $55.00 (o sea $50.00 -h 10%). Sin embargo 3 si su apuesta es de $70.00 y la sugunda mds alta es de $ 65,003 en- ^

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