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1837 HTT NGC MS64BN *Aspen Park Collection - HT-195, Portsmouth NH* Very choice uncirculated specimen. 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. $750.00
1884 Cent NGC MS66RB *SOLD - NEW* Well struck and lustrus gem with beautiful blue and violet-rose toning. A gorgeous Indian for type or a top end date set. $975.00
1885 Cent PCGS PR66BN (“Larry Shepherd Collection”) Gorgeous blend of blue and violet rose, light Cameo devices on both sides with shimmering, distraction free, deep, deep mirrors. Another STUNNER!! $2,000.00
1869 Two Cent PCGS MS65BN Very sharply struck front and back. Even chocolate with tinges of original red throughout. Fully lustrous. $800.00
1837 Half Dime PCGS MS64 *NEW* Perfectly sharp strike and light pretty patina on this near gem.q $1,450.00
1854 Quarter PCGS AU55 A perfect original circ, showing a full strike and considerable luster with even medium silvery gray toning, light golden at the peripheries. $375.00
1853 G$ PCGS MS65 *NEW* A well struck GEM with full luster. $2,150.00
1900 Lafayette PCGS MS64+ *Henry Hamilton Collection* OMG, I remember the moment I saw this coin. An unknown collector approached me at a coin show and said he was directed by other dealers to my table. He handed me what is probably the most beautifully toned Lafayette Dollar I have seen in all of my 36 years of dealing in amazing toned commems. I can only recall two other examples that would be in the same league. One was a MS66 NGC coin which I sold for $25,000 and another was a MS67 PCGS that would be worth somewhere around $75,000 today. The present coin shows light even rose centers going out to stunning, bright sky blue into the fields and peripheries of the obverse. The reverse is similar with more light rose and a thinner band of rose and blue circling the periphery. The strike is full, surfaces are bright and glowing, and the luster is BOOMING. An absolute STUNNER. $5,850.00
1936 Lynchburg NGC MS66 Fully struck, basically mark free and brilliant white with full glowing luster. $375.00
1926-S Oregon PCGS/CAC MS67 *NEW* Super flashy GEM with brilliant centers, framed in violet peripheries. Super flashy. $885.00
c.650-550- BC EL 1/12th Stater NGC Ch AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5 IONIA. Uncertain city. Ca. 650-550 BC. EL 12th stater or hemihecte (8mm, 1.16 gm). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 5/5. Two flowers with cris-crossed stems(?) / Incuse punch divided into six compartments, some partially filled. Among the earliest coinage. Unpublished in standard references. $1,400.00
c.625-550 BC EL 1/24th Stater NGC Ch AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5 IONIA. Uncertain city. Ca. 625-550 BC. EL 1/24th Stater (7mm, .69 g). NGC ChoiceAU 5/5 - 5/5. Raised tetraskelion pattern / Incuse quadripartite punch. Among the earliest coinage. $795.00
c.625-550 BC EL Hecte NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5 IONIA. Uncertain city. Ca. 625-550 BC. EL Hecte (10mm, 2.55 g). NGC Choice XF 5/5 - 5/5. Raised tetraskelion pattern / Incuse quadripartite punch. Among the earliest coinage. Perfectly struck and centered. $1,375.00
c.600-550 BC EL 1/48th Stater NGC AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5 600-550 BC, Ionia, Uncertain City, EL 1/48th Stater (7mm, .29g) NGC AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5. Stylized lion head (?) / quadripartite incuse punch. Dawn of coinage. Very cool electrum fractional. $735.00
c.600-550 BC EL 1/24th Stater NGC AU*, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5 ** c.600-550 BC, Mysia, Cyzicus, EL 1/24th Stater (6mm, .67g) NGC AU*, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5. Tunny / quadripartite incuse punch. Hurter & Liewald III 26.1. Von Fritze I 17. SNG von Aulock 1168. Rosen 410. Extremely scarce. Only one example on Acsearch, this coin. $2,285.00
561-546 BC AR Sixth Stater NGC XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 3/5 561-546 BC, Lydia, Croesus, AR Sixth Stater (10mm, 1.66g) XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 3/5. Lion confronting bull / Bipartite incuse punch. $475.00
561-546 BC AR Half Stater / Siglos NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5 561-546 BC, Lydia, Croesus, AR Half Stater / Siglos (14mm, 5.34g) NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5. Lion confronting bull / Bipartite incuse punch. Superb specimen and as good as it gets for the grade. Perfectly centered and well struck on impeccable surfaces, finished with a gorgeous silvery gray patina. Deserving of a 5/5 surface grade IMO. Great example of the type. $2,380.00
c.530-500 BC AR Stater NGC Ch XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5 c.530-500 BC, Bruttium, Croton, AR Stater (26mm, 6.48g) NGC Ch XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5. Tripod / Incuse of obverse type. A pleasing example of this popular incuse type, well centered with complete beading around the obverse periphery. Finished with medim silvery gray cabinet patina. $2,450.00
c.500-450 BC AR Stater NGC XF*, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5 **SOLD** c.500-450 BC, Thrace, Island of Thasos, AR Stater (20mm, 8.65g) NGC XF*, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5. Satyr abducts nymph / Quadripartite incuse. Very strong strike and highly detailed for the type. Perfectly centered and finished with even medium silvery gray tone. A small patch of verdigris on the reverse is mentioned for accuracy. Awarded the Star designation for exceptional eye-appeal. $2,400.00
c.477-388 BC EL Hecte NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5 **c.477-388 BC, Ionia, Phocaea, EL Hecte (9mm, 2.55g) NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5. Nymph head left / quadripartite incuse. Bod. PH 94. Sharply struck in high relief, showing superb detail and finished with deeping patina in the recesses. Fabulous eye-appeal. $1,750.00

 


 


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