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James Garcia
PO Box 714
Fenton MO 63026



314-574-1785
james@oldtowncoinshop.com
1795
C-6a
AG-3, NOT certified
A-1795-01, Price:$300
Mintage: 139,690. The date is basically worn completely off, but at least LIBERTY shows plainly, as does a bold outline of Liberty's portrait. Part of the reverse lettering can still be read as well. Superb planchet color for about-good.
1800

PCGS VF-35
A-1800-01, Price:$550
Pleasant darker walnut-brown patina overall, with hints of a few delicate circulating tics, just as expected of the middle grade.
1803
C-2, R.4+
NGC VG details
A-1803-11, Price:$450
Environmental damage referenced by NGC refers to rather fine overall microporosity, although we do note modest smoothing of the surface which has lessened the negative visual effects somewhat. Fair pecan-brown color and boldly outlined major details.
1806

NGC VF-25
A-1806-01, Price:$235
Delicate, subtle ash-grey blends with the overall nut-brown patina to provide considerable eye-appeal for a mid-grade early copper. Slightly choice for the very-fine level as suggested by NGC's VF-25, the surfaces display fewer than the expected number of contact points, making this a great choice for the collector.
1806
C-1, sm 6 no stems
EF-40, NOT certified
A-1806-03, Price:$350
Pleasing, smooth nut-brown surfaces exhibit pleasing smoothness and handsome gloss. Perfect sharpness for at least the EF-40 commercial grade.
1828
C-2, 12 stars
VF-20, NOT certified
A-1828-51, Price:$135
Very faint traces of flowline texture remain outside the stars. A couple of small contact ticks appear on Liberty's cheek.
1851

MS-63 BN, NOT certified
A-1851-01, Price:$325
No text description has been provided for this coin, and it is NOT certified. Please see image.
1853

ex-ANACS MS-65 BN
A-1853-01, Price:$1,000
Designated by ANACS (in its former slab) as MS-65 BN, the extreme edges still manage to cling to trickles of mint brick red. Intriguing wintergreen iridescence filters across the theoretically 'brown' surfaces.