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1851, United States. Copper Braided Hair Large Cent Coin. Mint Year: 1851 Reference: KM-67. Denomination: One Cent (Braided Hair) Weight: 10.58gm Material: Copper Diameter: 28mm Obverse: Bust of Lady Liberty with braided head left, wearing inscribed diadem. 13 stars around. Exergue: LIBERTY – 1851 Reverse: Denomination in words (ONE CENT) within wreath. Legend: UNITED STATES ...

 

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1857 N-4 R1. EF-40. Small Date. Glossy chocolate brown with specks of darker olive toning on the upper part of the obverse. Smooth surfaces void of any notable contact marks. M-LDS. Estimated Value $200-UP. Ex Tom Reynolds 6/10/88-Joe Dooley. Categories:

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1857 N-1 R1. EF-40 Plus. Large Date. Choice glossy light chocolate brown with satiny luster in protected areas. No defects. Close to EF45. M-LDS, die state b. Estimated Value $175-UP. Ex Joe Dooley. Categories:

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1857 N-1 R1. EF-45 Plus. Large Date. Choice glossy chocolate and light olive brown. Great eye appeal, virtually flawless. Close to AU50. MDS, die state b. Estimated Value $200-UP. Ex Rod Burress-Joe Dooley. Categories:

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1856 N-14 R1. MS-60. Italic 5. Lustrous olive and bluish steel. The obverse is a few shades darker than the reverse. No notable defects. MDS, die state b. Estimated Value $150-UP. Ex Heritage 11/16/89-Joe Dooley. Categories:

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1856 N-14 R1. MS-60. Italic 5. Lustrous steel brown and chocolate with 20% of the mint color remaining. The only defect is a thin scratch through star 6 into the hair where it fades away. M-LDS, die state b. Estimated Value $200-UP. Ex Heritage 10/86:35-Joe Dooley. Categories:

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1856 N-12 R1+. MS-62. Upright 5. Lustrous light chocolate and bluish steel brown with traces of mint red remaining on the obverse. The surfaces are satiny and offer outstanding eye appeal. The only mark is a faint spot of slightly darker chocolate toning near the dentils left of the date. Shar ...

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1855 N-9 R1 Italic 55 with Knob-on-Ear. MS-60. Very attractive lustrous light olive and steel brown with traces of faded mint red on both sides. Nicely struck and virtually flawless. E-MDS, die state d. The "knob" break under the T in LIBERTY is fully outlined by die cracks and is partially ra ...

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1853 N-19 R1. MS-60. Repunched 853. Lustrous steel and olive brown fading down from mint color. The underlying faded mint red is visible on both sides but is most evident on the reverse. The only marks are a spot of slightly lighter toning between stars 7 & 8 and a streak of darker toning slan ...

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1853 N-17 R2. AU-58. Repunched 1. Lustrous light chocolate and steel brown. Great eye appeal. Looks mint state but there is a hint of rub on the highest points of the design. M-LDS, die state b. The dash left of the base of the 1 (from a misplaced 1) is weak but visible and shallow low spots c ...

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1853 N-13 R1. MS-60. Repunched 1. Lustrous light bluish steel brown with generous traces of original mint red showing on both sides, especially on the obverse. Great luster and eye appeal. A fine planchet lamination at stars 10 & 11 onto the rim below star 11 is the only defect, and it was min ...

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1853 N-4 R3+. EF-45. Repunched 3. Choice glossy light to medium chocolate brown. Virtually flawless. A small spot of slightly darker chocolate toning in the field off the chin and a tiny rim nick right of star 7 are the only marks. Nicely struck E-MDS, die state a. The repunching over the 3 is ...

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1851 N-45 R4. AU-50. Mint state sharpness but lightly cleaned and retoned lustrous dark olive and lighter chocolate brown. Essentially free of marks except for shallow planchet laminations that cover the rim below the wreath ribbon and stem. M-LDS, die state b. The die crack from the coronet t ...

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1848 N-25 R4. NGC graded MS-64 Red & Brown. Frosty olive and steel with at least a third of the bright original mint red remaining. Sharply struck and virtually flawless offering outstanding eye appeal. The only marks, and they are trivial, are a very faint horizontal hairline in the field bet ...

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1848 N-1 R1. AU-50. Repunched 184. Glossy chocolate brown. Smooth and very attractive for the grade. No defects, only a bit of very light friction on the highpoints. MDS, die state c. The repunching remains visible inside the triangle of the 4 but it is gone from the 1 & 8. Estimated Value $15 ...

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1847 N-38 R1. AU-55. Lustrous light steel brown and chocolate with a few tiny peeps of mint color on both sides. A small spot of dark toning just right of star 2 is the best identifying mark. E-MDS, die state b. Just a hint of friction on the highest points from mint state. Estimated Value $12 ...

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1845 N-10 R3. PCGS graded MS-64 Red & Brown. Lustrous bright original mint red fading to light steel brown on the highpoints, two-thirds of the red remaining. Great eye appeal with only a few minor defects, all mint-made. These include a tiny planchet flake on the front end of the eyebrow and ...

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1843 N-11 R2. MS-63. Obverse and Reverse of 1842. Repunched 184. Lustrous mellowing mint red fading to bluish steel and olive brown, at least a third of the mint color remaining. This cent is virtually flawless except for a splash of dark toning under the E in CENT and a couple smaller ones at ...

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1843 N-2 R1. EF-40. Obverse and Reverse of 1842. Glossy chocolate and steel brown with delicate overtones of light bluish steel on the reverse. Satiny mint frost covers the protected areas, especially on the reverse. Only a few trivial marks, including faint abrasions tucked tight against the ...

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1842 N-6 R1. AU-55. Large Date. Frosty olive and bluish steel brown with faded red in protected areas. The only notable mark is a small spot of darker toning under the wreath ribbon. LDS, die state d (Reiver's old #10). Estimated Value $125-UP. Ex Tom Reynolds 7/28/89-Joe Dooley. Categories:

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1841 N-6 R1. MS-63. Frosty mint red fading to steel brown on the highpoints, nearly half the mint color remaining. Satiny mint luster covers the planchet. The notable marks are a shallow planchet flake in the dentils left of star 1, a small planchet flake under ST in STATES, and a thin horizon ...

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1840 N-10 R2. VF-30. Large Date. Slightly sharper but lightly cleaned and retoned chocolate and darker steel brown. A pinprick in the field at the throat and a collection of light contact marks in the field before the lips are the notable marks. Scarce EDS, die state a, with a dull line along ...

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1840 N-2 R2 Small 18 over Large 18. AU-50. Choice lustrous steel brown and light chocolate. Great eye appeal, nearly flawless. The only marks are a light tick hidden in the hair well right of the earlobe and a tiny nick on the tip of the chin. Just a touch of rub on the highest points of the d ...

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1839/6 N-1 R3+ Overdate 9 over 6. ICG graded Fine-15. Choice glossy light chocolate and olive brown. The surfaces are smooth and virtually flawless. The best identifying mark is an insignificant light nick in the field close before the eyebrow. Nicely struck EDS before the obverse die cracked. ...

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1838 N-4 R2. EF-40. Ten points sharper but there is a collection of tiny scratches on the left edge of star 9 where an attempt was made to remove a die crack in that area. A spot of chocolate toning right of star 6 and a rim nick at ES in STATES are the only additional marks, and they are not ...

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1837 N-8 R1 Plain Hair Cord. NGC graded MS-65 Brown. Highly lustrous bluish steel brown and chocolate. Sharply struck with satiny surfaces that offer excellent eye appeal. The notable marks are a small spot of dark olive toning on the top of the I in LIBERTY and traces of an old fingerprint at ...

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1837 N-3 R1 Plain Hair Cord. EF-40 Plus. Frosty chocolate and olive brown with mint luster showing in protected areas. The only defect is a shallow low spot above ONE (caused by debris on the die). MDS. Estimated Value $125-UP. Categories:

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1835 N-15 R2 Head of 1836. EF-45. Double Profile. Five points sharper with a dull rim nick at D-S and a scrape on the top of the A in STATES. Frosty steel brown and light chocolate with steel toning on the highpoints. LDS with a clear double profile on the forehead, lips, and chin (caused by d ...

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1834 N-5 R5 Large 8 & Stars, Medium Letters Reverse. VF-30. Slightly sharper but lightly cleaned and nicely retoned glossy dark steel and chocolate brown. The surfaces are smooth, void of any hint of corrosion or verdigris. The only marks are a small nick above the nostril and some lighter cop ...

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1839 N-10 R3 AU55. Booby Head. PCGS graded MS-62 Brown. Glossy medium brown with underlying frosty flowline luster covering the fields and protected areas. A splash of reddish olive toning left of the first A in AMERICA and a shallow planchet flake at the dentils near star 12 offer the best id ...

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1839 N-8 R1 AU50+. Head of 1840. PCGS graded MS-63 Brown. A mint state cent that was dipped, now retoned frosty light to medium brown with a patch of golden tan under star 13 and darker chocolate tones covering much of the reverse. There is a tiny rim nick over star 6 and a small planchet lami ...

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1839 Coronet Head Cent. PCGS graded MS-64 Brown. Glossy bluish steel and light olive brown with slightly faded mint red covering the protected areas on both sides. The surfaces are covered with attractive mint luster under the gloss and the eye appeal is excellent. There is some minor roughnes ...

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1839 N-3 R1 AU55. Head of 1838. AU-55. Mint state sharpness but there are some very faint pinscratches on the first A in AMERICA where someone tried to remove a spot of darker toning covering that letter. Otherwise the surfaces are very attractive and show only a few trivial marks, including a ...

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1838 Coronet Head Cent. PCGS graded MS-66 Brown. Lustrous light bluish steel brown with peeps of very faded mint red on the obverse. Choice except for a shallow planchet flake just left of the O in ONE, as struck. Scarce EDS with dentils extending over the rim on the right side of the obverse, ...

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1838 Coronet Head Cent. PCGS graded MS-63 Brown. Frosty medium brown delicately woodgrained with slightly darker chocolate brown toning on the reverse. Satiny mint luster covers the fields and protected areas. The only mark is a thin nick hidden in the dentils at star 13. MDS with a bisecting ...

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1838 N-3 R1 EF40. EF-40. Glossy reddish brown and chocolate. A small nick on the right side of the O in ONE and a speck of dark toning under the right end of the line below CENT are the best identifying marks. VEDS with all the fine die finishing lines clear, including at least a half dozen ve ...

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1838 N-1 R1 MS60. MS-60. The obverse is lustrous light steel brown with bluish steel overtones covering the protected areas. The reverse is equally lustrous but displays a darker shade of chocolate with bluish steel overtones. The obverse is flawless but the reverse shows some very faint hairl ...

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1837 N-11 R1 EF40. Beaded Hair Cord. EF-40. Five points sharper but lightly cleaned, now retoned frosty golden light olive with bluish steel overtones. A trail of very tiny pinpricks under star 7 reaches the hair below. E-MDS. A short dash shows right of the base of the 1 and the repunching or ...

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1837 N-9 R1 EF45+. Beaded Hair Cord. Near Terminal Die State. EF-45+. Very attractive glossy medium brown with frosty flowline luster covering the fields and protected areas. Just a few trivial contact marks and absolutely choice except for a small, dull nick on the chin. Still very close to A ...

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1837 N-8/7 R1 EF40. EF-40. Glossy medium brown with bluish olive toning in protected areas. A very fine hairline over star 9 and a thin nick over O in ONE are the notable marks. Sharply struck EDS, Newcomb's #8, with strong die lines over ERI. (Note: Frank Andrews considered the obverse dies f ...

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1852 N-8 Coronet Head Cent. NGC graded MS-65 Brown. Glossy brown with variagated hues in the undertone; standard sharp central devices with weak stars and rim dentils as often seen. Pop 4; none finer at NGC for the variety. Estimated Value $500 - 550. Categories:

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1857 N-2 R1+ Small Date NGC graded MS65 Brown. Lustrous steel and chocolate brown with hints of light bluish steel overtone in the fields and faded mint color showing through in the protected areas, especially on the reverse. Excellent eye appeal. The only defects are a tiny tick on star 5, an ...

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1856 N-7 R2 Upright 56 PCGS graded MS64 Brown. Glossy light olive and chocolate with 15% of the mint red remaining. No spots or stains, and the only signs of contact are a thin, very light horizontal nick under the 85 and a small nick on the rim under star 13. M-LDS, die state c early. A die c ...

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1855 N-10 R1 Italic 55 PCGS graded MS64 Brown. Beautiful lustrous bluish steel and chocolate with hints of underlying faded mint color showing through on both sides. Choice except for a small spot above star 9, a tiny rim nick just left of the date, and a planchet chip on the rim at the I in U ...

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1854 N-17 R1 PCGS graded MS63 Red & Brown. Lustrous mint red mellowing to dark bluish steel and olive with slightly more than half the mint color remaining. The only marks are a few tiny specks of dark toning on both sides, including one in the dentils over the C in AMERICA. E-MDS, die state b ...

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1854 N-14 R2 PCGS graded MS64 Brown. Repunched 4. Lustrous steel brown and light chocolate. Satiny and attractive. The only notable marks are a carbon spot at the upper right point of star 1 and another hidden in the dentils at the bottom of the reverse. E-MDS, die state a late. The repunching ...
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