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Issue year(s):
1834-1838

 

CLASSIC HEAD FIVE DOLLARS OR HALF EAGLE

 

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-03-06
1836 $5 Classic Head. NGC graded AU-58. Second head. Breen-6509, McCloskey-4D. Block 8, double forehead curl. With berry in branch, no tongue, arrow feather over left edge of 5. Common variety. Lightly toned with plenty of luster still evident. The surface smooth and attractive (PCGS # 8174) . ...

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-03-06
1834 $5 Classic Head. Plain 4. NGC graded EF-45. Nice original toning on both sides. Variety with a block-style 8 in date. First year of this short-lived design (1834-38) (PCGS # 8171) . Estimated Value $600 - 650. Categories:

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-03-02
1838-D. NGC XF Details, rev damage. Some reverse scratches below STATES and a mark on the cheek, still nice looking. Only 20,583 minted of which only 275 examples are estimated to have survived (PCGS # 8178) . Estimated Value $950 - 1,000. The William H & Beuelaress K. Helem Collection. Catego ...

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-03-02
1838-D. NGC AU Details, improperly cleaned. Light even toning and quite pleasing. We note some very minor marks and faint hairlines. Only 20,583 minted of which merely 275 examples are estimated to have survived. The entire production was from a single die pair, thus just one variety is known. ...

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-03-02
1838. PCGS graded EF-40. Untoned. From 1834 through 1838 large quantities of Classic Head half eagles were produced, with bullion supplied from gold production in North Carolina and Georgia and by gold shipments received from France as an indemnity for spoliation against American commerce duri ...

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-03-02
1836. PCGS graded EF-40. Light hint of gold tone (PCGS # 8174) . Estimated Value $550 - 600. The William H & Beuelaress K. Helem Collection. Categories: $5.00 Gold

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1836. PCGS graded EF-45. Lightly toned (PCGS # 8174) . Estimated Value $650 - 700. The William H & Beuelaress K. Helem Collection. Categories: $5.00 Gold

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-03-02
1836. NGC graded MS-61+. Well struck and sparkling with mint luster. We note a hint of light tone starting to form. Pop 1; 86 finer (PCGS # 8174) . Estimated Value $5,000 - 5,500. Categories: $5.00 Gold

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1835. PCGS graded VF-35. CAC Approved. A hint of gold tone (PCGS # 8173) . Estimated Value $450 - 500. The William H & Beuelaress K. Helem Collection. Categories: $5.00 Gold

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1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded EF-40. CAC Approved. Nice golden toning (PCGS # 8171) . Estimated Value $600 - 650. The William H & Beuelaress K. Helem Collection. Categories: $5.00 Gold

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-03-02
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded AU-50 CAC Approved. A pleasing well struck example. In summer 1834 the $5 denomination was redesigned by William Kneass, who created what is now known today as the Classic Head style. The new 1834 issue is similar in design to the quarter eagle of the same date. The ...

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-02-28
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded MS-61. CAC Approved. Well struck and delicately toned, the luster is even and muted. Few examples of the 1834 Capped Head half eagle survive today, and seldom are they found in Mint State grades (PCGS # 8171) . Note: In summer 1834, the $5 denomination was redesigned ...

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-02-28
1834. Plain 4. PCGS graded MS-63. Lovely golden toning reflective surfaces. A solid MS63 in all regards. The lustrous surfaces are alight with sizzling golden luster, the strike is clear-cut with the only diminution being some hair curls at Liberty’s temple, and the eye appeal is nothing short ...

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Posted by: anonymous  2015-02-26
1837. PCGS graded EF-45. CAC Approved. Light golden toning with typical wear for the assigned grade. Desirable as a type coin selection (PCGS # 8175) . Estimated Value $950 - 1,000. Categories: $5 Classic Head

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2021-06-13 - New coin is added to 1 Peseta Second Spanish Republic (1931 - 1939) Silver


    1 Peseta Second Spanish Republic (1931 - 1939) Silver
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CoinWorldTV 1933, Spain (2nd Republic). Beautiful Silver 1 Peseta Coin. VF-XF! Condition: VF-XF! Denomination: Peseta Mint Year: 1933 (struck 1934!) Diameter: 23mm Material: Silver ...
2021-06-13 - New coin is added to 1/2 Sovereign Australia (1788 - 1939) Gold Victoria (1819 - 1901)


    1/2 Sovereign Australia (1788 - 1939) Gold Victoria (1819 - 1901)
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G World Coins and Medals. Australia , Victoria, half sovereign, 1856, Sydney mint, laur. head l., rev. AUSTRALIA crowned within wreath (KM.1; Fr.9a), fair, scarce £200-250
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