DavidKahnRareCoins is your source for scarce, rare and high-quality collector coins. From the Montross Collection, where we are now down to below 50 coins remaining (from nearly 700). We know.this one looks like a VF20 or maybe even a F15!
DavidKahnRareCoins is your source for scarce, rare and high-quality collector coins. The strike is good, the surfaces are clean and fairly smooth, and the coin's eye appeal is very nice indeed. OK, so it isn't going to "grade", but it's still rare, pretty, quite useful and available at your price!
DavidKahnRareCoins is your source for scarce, rare and high-quality collector coins. Frederick Collection, and a nice, solid XF coin. His example of 1809-104 is a very nice, very natural appearing XF coin.
Attractive with nice star centers and a good strike. Not scrubbed. Full dentilation on both obverse and reverse. Obverse Diagnostics: Obv. Date 8 3/4 mm. 50 C. 1 3/4 mm. I grade by ANA standards and 50+ years experience.
Overton O-111. PCGS graded. 1817 is an earlier date with interesting varieties. None are common. The O-111 diagnostic obverse star 7 to bridge of nose and the die line from the ribbon into the obverse field are obvious.
This is a rare and attractive 1807 Bust Half with strong detail and a nice overall look. Quite a coin! "Received Coin with No Surprises. Quality of Coin Exactly & Better Than Expected.". Indian Gold Quarter Eagles.
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I had it listed as curve base. Ruddy photograde places it as Very Fine based on the amount of hair lines visible and the word liberty bold, clasp visible. There are almost all feathers on the reverse eagle except at the very top of the wing and eagle's top of head.
Attractive early date. Pre - War of 1812. Very Choice VF++ grade-wise with full dentilation on the obverse, and little dentilation on the reverse. Normal edge. Many would not even see it! A notch (Engraver John Reich's trademark) on the outer point of Star 13.