*NEW* Solid strike with strong detailing overall front and back. Top surface quality and even chocolate brown color. The Horned Eagle variety shows a die break at the top of the eagle’s head that resembles a horn.
*ON HOLD - NEW* Very choice uncirculated Massachusetts Cent. This coin features a very strong, even strike with sharp design detailing throughout, separating this specimen from the great majority. Mark free surfaces, even chocolate color and good luster finish this great colonial type.
*NEW* PCGS Fully struck with immaculate surfaces and full luster. Even chocolate brown. I do not know why this coin is only MS64. Absolute top, top, top of the grade and fully deserving of a plus, if not MS65BN.
NEW* A beautiful, original Proof example showing considerable original Red in and around the devices and lettering on the obverse. Reverse shows lovely blue-green patina overall. Needle sharp strike and wonderful original surfaces finish this scarce proof issue.
*SOLD - Aspen Park Collection - HT-57, Liberty - Not One Cent For Tribute* Pop: 1 and the finest graded. Even deep chocolate brown on a full, sharp strike with full luster. Pop: 3-62, 4-63, 0-64 and 1-65 (this token).
*Aspen Park Collection - HT-195, Portsmouth MA* Very choice uncirculated specimen of this Massachusetts Store Card. Even deep chocolate brown with considerable original RED in and around the lettering on both sides. Pop: 2-62, 3-63, 4-64, 0-65, 1-66.
*NEW* Simply amazing specimen, among the finest Large cents I have seen of ANY date. Sharp strike front and back with flawless surfaces. Beautiful hints of original Red in and around the devices and stars, adding to the AMAZING Eye-Appeal. Basically perfect and fully lustrous. Worth at least a “Plus” designation IMO, if not a full point higher. There are no pluses graded or MS67’s, so this coin could very well be the finest of the type.