1/2 Cent
Metal:
Issue year(s):
1809 -1836

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Classic Head Half CentsEarly Copper Half Penny (1809-1836)Designer – Engraver: John Reich Metal Composition: 100% CopperDiameter: 23.5 mm Mass / Weight: 5.44 grams

 

193 coins in the group
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1828 C-3 R1 NGC graded MS65 Red. Lustrous bright original mint red just starting to fade to light steel brown on the highest points of the design. At least 90% of the original mint color remains. The eye appeal of this piece is exceptional. The best identifying marks are a tiny speck of dark t ...

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1809 C-2 R3 VF35. Slightly sharper but there is a light rim bruise at star 13. Otherwise this piece is quite attractive for the grade with smooth surfaces and only trivial contact marks. Glossy olive and steel with traces of frosty lighter steel brown in protected areas. Sharply struck MDS, Ma ...

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1835 C-2 R1 MS63. Clipped Planchet. Lustrous mint red fading to steel brown, nearly half the red remaining. Both sides are peppered with very tiny spots of the dark steel toning, the largest of these between the feet of the N & T in CENT. A curved planchet clip affects the dentils under the 18 ...

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1835 C-1 R1 VF20. Clipped Planchet. Slightly sharper but recolored glossy light olive and chocolate brown. The only mark is a faint, very thin scrape across the head just above LIBERTY. A relatively large curved planchet clip reaches just inside the dentil tips at stars 5 & 6 and above UN in U ...

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1829 C-1 R1 F12. Tab Double Strike with Misaligned Obverse. Sharpness VF30 but covered with very fine corrosion, strongest on the obverse. No marks or verdigris. Rather glossy dark olive and steel with lighter steel brown toning on the high points. This piece is a tab double strike, and it app ...

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1828 C-2 R1 12-Star Obverse G4. Errant Planchet Cutter Impression. Cleaned and retoned a slightly glossy steel brown and chocolate. The only contact mark is a fine scratch over CENT. The date and legends are clear. Nothing special except for the strong planchet cutter arc from outside star 3 t ...

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1826 C-1 R1 VF35. Double Struck with Rotation/Off Center Obverse Brockage Maker. Frosty olive brown and chocolate. Sharply struck and very attractive for the grade. No notable defects. Double struck. Both strikes were centered on the planchet but rotated 30 degrees between the impressions. The ...

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1825 C-2 R1 VG8. Cracked Planchet. Slightly sharper but there are some fine vertical scratches on the portrait. Glossy light chocolate brown and steel. The planchet is cracked from the rim at star 5 through star 4 to the junction of the neck and bust. The crack also shows from the rim through ...

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1825 C-2 R1 VF20. Double Struck Off Center. Glossy olive and steel mixed with chocolate brown. The only mark is a dull depression on the rim at the bottom of the reverse, and this was caused by an off center strike. Double struck. One impression was centered on the planchet and another was pos ...

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1825 C-2 R1 F12. Double Struck Off Center. Glossy chocolate brown. Double struck. There is an arc of dentils 65% off center across the bottom of the reverse touching the bottom of the C & E in CENT, but no other die details from an off center strike are visible. On the obverse there are impres ...

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1825 C-2 R1 VG10. Flipover Triple Strike. A couple points sharper but covered with extremely fine roughness, mostly on the reverse. No marks or verdigris. This piece was struck at least three times and was flipped over once. The evidence of these events is sparse but strong. The "T" from CENT ...

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1810 C-1 R1 EF40. Double Struck Off Center/Off Center Obverse Brockage Maker. Glossy dark chocolate brown. The surfaces are satiny and very attractive, virtually flawless. Double struck. One strike was centered on the planchet and the other was 35% off center to K-10.5 and rotated about 30 deg ...

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1809 C-6 R1 VF25. Off Center. Glossy steel and chocolate brown. Smooth and attractive with only a couple trivial marks. These include a very tiny rim bruise at the bottom of the obverse and a small nick on the rim of the unstruck part of the planchet over TA in STATES. Struck 10% off center to ...

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1809 C-6 R1 F12. Double Struck with Rotation/Obverse Brockage Maker. Glossy chocolate brown mixed with some lighter chocolate on both sides. Smooth and attractive, free of any notable defects. Double struck. Both strikes were centered on the planchet but the second was rotated 30 degrees relat ...

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1809 C-6 R1 VF25. Tab Double Strike. Glossy olive and bluish steel. No defects other than a tiny planchet flake near the dentils under star 1, and this mark can help identify the coin. Double struck. The first strike was centered and the second just managed to pinch this planchet at stars 3-5. ...

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1809 C-6 R1 F12. Tab Double Strike. Slightly sharper with a few minor contact marks, including a couple light ones on the jaw and neck and a pair of nicks at the top of the second T in STATES. Rather glossy dark olive brown and steel. Double struck. The first strike was normal and centered on ...

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1809 C-6 R1 VF20. Double Struck Off Center. Glossy chocolate and steel. Smooth with only a couple minor marks. These include a small dig or planchet void at the rim above the L in LIBERTY and a planchet flake at the dentils above the D in UNITED. Double struck. The first strike was centered on ...

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1809/6 C-5 R1 Overdate 9 over 6 VF25. Double Struck Off Center. Glossy chocolate brown with darker steel toning on the high points. No roughness and only a few minor marks, including a dull nick left of star 10. Dramatically double struck. One impression was centered and the other was 40% off ...

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1809 C-4 R1 Circle inside 0 VG8. Tab Double Strike. Sharpness F15 but there are traces of light corrosion on both sides, strongest on the reverse where there are a few small patches of raised reddish brown verdigris. No notable contact marks. Rather glossy dark steel and olive. Double struck. ...

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1809 C-4 R1 Circle inside 0 VG8. Double Struck/Off Center Reverse Brockage Maker. Sharpness F12 but covered with microscopic roughness under a rather glossy olive brown patina with lighter chocolate toning on the devices. No verdigris and just a few minor marks, including a tiny rim bruise ove ...

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1809 C-3 R1 F12. Broadstruck. Glossy chocolate and olive brown with frosty lighter brown toning in protected areas on the reverse. A choice example, virtually perfect for the grade. Broadstruck with wide, flat rims on both sides. EDS, Manley state 1.0. Davy #09.3.10. Estimated Value $100-UP. E ...

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1809 C-3 R1 G5. Double Struck in Collar with Minor Rotation. Glossy chocolate and steel. Smooth surfaces, void of any verdigris or notable marks. Double struck with a 10 degree rotation between the impressions. The obverse doubling is clearest at the forehead and along the bottom edge of the b ...

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1809 C-1 R4 G5. Tab Double Strike. Sharpness VF25 or so but this piece was beat up and assigning a net grade is more subjective than normal. Glossy chocolate brown without any hint of corrosion or verdigris, but there are numerous strong contact marks on both sides. The most-obvious ones are a ...

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1835 C-2 R1. PCGS graded MS-63 Brown. Lustrous bluish steel brown and light olive with lighter golden brown toning covering most of the reverse. Traces of original mint color remain visible on both sides. LDS, Manley state 3.0, with a die crack arcing across the upper half of the reverse. Our ...

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1834 C-1 R1. PCGS graded MS-63 Brown. Lustrous light brown with splashes of darker olive toning before the neck and above star 11. Traces of faded mint red show on both sides. Sharply struck EDS, Manley state 1.0, before the dies clashed. Our grade is MS60. The attribution is noted on the PCGS ...

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1832 C-3 R2. PCGS graded AU-58. Frosty medium brown and light chocolate. A faint swipe of darker olive toning in the field over the bust and a spot of reddish chocolate on the N in CENT are the only marks. Sharply struck MDS with the usual die rust evident on the reverse. Our grade is consiste ...

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1826 C-2 R3+ VG8. Sharpness VF20 but cleaned and only partially retoned a somewhat glossy olive and bluish steel brown with coppery highpoints. Numerous obvious scratches show on the obverse, mostly in the fields. While the defects are significant, this piece could be improved with a proper re ...

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1826 C-1 R1. PCGS graded MS-63 Brown. Frosty light to medium brown with a splash of reddish olive toning in the hair over ER in LIBERTY with similar toning at ITE in UNITED and AT in STATES. Otherwise the surfaces are choice, void of any notable distractions. MDS, Manley state 3.0. Our grade i ...

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1825 C-2 R1 VF35. Glossy light olive and chocolate brown with traces of frosty lighter brown toning in protected areas on both sides. No notable defects. A tiny planchet lamination over the R in AMERICA is a good identifying mark. LDS, Manley state 3.0. The end of the wreath stem is very weak ...

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1825 C-1 R3 EF40+. Slightly sharper but there is a very dull scratch on the nose and a small spot of reddish verdigris in the field over the back of the head. Very attractive glossy light chocolate brown with hints of very faded mint color showing through in a couple places on the reverse. E-M ...

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1811 C-2 R3. PCGS graded EF-40. Glossy chocolate and olive brown with traces of satiny flowline frost in protected areas. No roughness or verdigris. The only marks are some microscopic hairline scratches on the portrait and leaves of the wreath, all blending perfectly into the attractive tonin ...

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1810 C-1 R1. PCGS graded AU-53. Choice glossy chocolate and steel brown with frosty luster covering the protected areas. The only marks are a faint hairline scratch down from star 8 and a couple tiny ticks above the L in HALF. MDS. The repunching at the left bottom of the 0 in the date is stil ...

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1809 C-6 R1 PCGS graded "Genuine". Sharpness near mint state but this piece was lightly cleaned and is nicely retoned frosty steel brown and chocolate with darker steel brown toning on the highpoints and traces of very faded artificial red in protected areas. Just a few small contact marks, in ...

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1809/6 C-5 R1 Overdate 9 over 6. PCGS graded EF-40. Attractive glossy chocolate and steel brown with frosty lighter brown toning in many of the protected areas on both sides. No defects, just light wear on the devices and traces of soft dirt nestled tight against the legends and devices. E-MDS ...

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Trio of Half Cents, 1826-1833, graded AU50. Includes 1826 C-1 LDS Manley state 5.0 with reverse rotated 30 degrees CCW, 1829 C-1 LDS with reverse rotated 20 degrees CW, and 1833 C-1 MDS Manley state 2.0 showing a trace of mint red. All very nice pieces offering excellent eye appeal. Lot of 3 c ...

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1833 C-1 R1 AU50. Frosty tan and golden light brown blending to chocolate on the reverse. A spot of dark olive brown toning under the ear and a smaller one at the lowest curl are the only marks. MDS, Manley state 2.0, showing clear die clashmarks on both sides. Estimated Value $100-UP. Categor ...

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1833 C-1 R1 MS60. Lustrous bluish steel brown and olive. Would rate a slightly higher grade except for a carbon spot on the bust. The carbon on this spot is shallow but it certainly catches your eye. Sharply struck MDS, Manley state 2.0. The die clashmarks are clear. Estimated Value $200-UP. C ...

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1829 C-1 R1 EF45. Sharpness AU50 or better but lightly cleaned and retoned glossy chocolate and olive brown with frosty lighter golden tan and steel toning in protected areas. No marks or other defects. Nicely struck E-MDS. Removed from an ANACS slab graded MS60 details, recolored (ANACS label ...

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1826 C-2 R3+ VF35. Five points sharper but the toning is a bit darker than normal and may not be original. Glossy dark olive and steel. The only notable mark is a small beveled void on the rim at the top of the obverse, and this appears to have been present at striking. EDS, Manley state 1.0. ...

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1826 C-1 R1 VF35. At least 5 points sharper but there are some dull rim nicks at ITE in UNITED. Otherwise this piece is very attractive and offers outstanding eye appeal for the grade. Frosty medium brown with darker steel brown toning on the highpoints. M-LDS, Manley state 4.0. Estimated Valu ...

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1825 C-2 R1. NGC graded Fine-12. Nice glossy chocolate brown. The surfaces are smooth and the only marks are a few trivial ticks, none notable. Struck 15% off center to K-1.5. An attractive example of a very rare type of mint error. Our grade is VG10. The NGC label notes the 15% off center str ...

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1825 C-1 R3 VF35. Sharpness EF40 or slightly better but lightly cleaned and retoned glossy light chocolate brown blending to darker olive brown in protected areas. No notable marks. Sharply struck E-MDS, Manley state 1.0. Estimated Value $150-UP. Categories: Half Cents

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1811 C-2 R3 VG10. A couple points sharper but there are 3 or 4 light vertical scratches down the face and neck and a couple dull nicks on the chin. These marks are old and blend perfectly into the glossy dark chocolate and steel toning. LDS, Manley state 3.0, showing clear die clashmarks aroun ...

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1811 C-1 R4 G6. A couple points sharper but covered with very fine roughness. No verdigris, and the only mark is a deep nick near the curls left of stars 11 & 12. Rather glossy steel brown and light chocolate with darker olive toning in protected areas. LDS, Manley state 5.0, with a bold cud b ...

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1810 C-1 R1 VF20. Five points sharper but there is a tiny vertical scratch at the left points of star 12. Glossy chocolate and olive brown. M-LDS. Excellent eye appeal for the grade. Estimated Value $150-UP. Categories: Half Cents
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