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James Garcia
PO Box 714
Fenton MO 63026



314-574-1785
james@oldtowncoinshop.com
1857

VF-20, NOT certified
C-1857-02, Price:$60
No text description has been provided for this coin, and it is NOT certified. Please see image.
1857

NGC EF-45
C-1857-03, Price:$175
Delightful, crisp original coin with the perfect amount of wear for the EF-45 grade. A single tiny tick on the eagle's forward wing may be noted, while the reverse appears unblemished.
1857

AU-50, NOT certified
C-1857-04, Price:$210
A trace of wear has slightly blended some of the eagle's breast feathers, but only enough to suggest the AU level. Modest strike doubling can be seen off toward the right side of this strictly original example.
1858
Lg Lt
VF-20, NOT certified
C-1858-02, Price:$60
No text description has been provided for this coin, and it is NOT certified. Please see image.
1858/7

PCGS VF-20
C-1858-03, Price:$340
A loupe is required to locate a tiny fragment of the bottom of the effaced 7 toward the bottom left loop of the 8 in the date. Thus, PCGS has designated 'weak' on the slab. Superb, original example that has no problems at all.
1859

MS-62, NOT certified
C-1859-01, Price:$450
No text description has been provided for this coin, and it is NOT certified. Please see image.
1859

EF-45, NOT certified
C-1859-04, Price:$100
Strongly detailed on the obverse, although the reverse displays modest softness often seen for the date.
1859

EF-45, NOT certified
C-1859-05, Price:$110
A tick on the cheek bars the AU grade.
1859

ICG AU-55[50]
C-1859-06, Price:$160
ICG suggests AU-55 as the correct grade, but we believe AU-50 to be more suitable. At that level, the pleasing tinges of frosty tan luster and intricate details become highly presentable, along with deligthtful, problem-free surface quality.
1860
pointed bust
NGC EF-40
C-1860-11, Price:$140
Marvelous pecan-brown overall, showing appropriate light tan accents throughout.
1863

AU-55, NOT certified
C-1863-02, Price:$70
UNC at first glance, very modest rub can just been seen through the lovely honey-brown patina.
1863

NGC MS-64
C-1863-03, Price:$350
Perfect color throughout, although the reverse displays a slight lean toward crimson-gold. A single isolated spot beneat the chin appears to be the only grade determinant, as this is definitely a 'gem' at first glance.
1864
with L
EF-40, NOT certified
C-1864-61, Price:$230
Perfect original with noticeably superior surfaces. Interesting rim failure from the strike can be seen on the obverse extreme left.
1872

PCGS EF-40
C-1872-04, Price:$500
Choice, even mahogany brown on both sides displays lovely, smooth evenness on the obverse, while the reverse displays a few minor darker flecks throughout.
1877

PCGS F-15
C-1877-02, Price:$1,000
1877 needs no introduction as THE key to a complete Indian head cent collection, and many collectors are unable to justify the cost of an example at even the VF grade. The present F-15 offers a terrific compromise between price an quality, presenting every important major design element at a price that remains just shy of the 'expensive' threshhold. LIBERTY may be viewed on headband, although as always for 1877, the ER remain partially obscured by isolated softness. Each feather shows a majority of internal detail, with the expected softening of sharpness toward the ends of each feather. Speaking to the 'choice' level designated by PCGS, color could hardly be better for the type, with both sides showing perfect chocolate brown patina and a deft touch of glossy texture.
1906

MS-63, NOT certified
C-1906-01, Price:$125
Blazing copper-red and caramel-tan interplay in about equal proportions. Deeply struck and nicely preserved.
1906

MS-63, NOT certified
C-1906-02, Price:$120
No text description has been provided for this coin, and it is NOT certified. Please see image.
1909

MS-63, NOT certified
C-1909-02, Price:$80
Mintage: 72,702,618. Blazing mint red looks practically as-struck, although a pattern of light-grey toning shows as flecks on the obverse, and sweeping textile machinations on the reverse. Sensational luster swoops through the smooth, satiny fields.
1909

MS-65 BN, NOT certified
C-1909-03, Price:$40
Mintage: 72,702,618. Although tinges of mint red percolate through the perimeter, the surface overall clearly shows handsome brown color. Just one single tiny tick floats out in the upper obverse right field.
1909-S

VF-20, NOT certified
C-1909s-01, Price:$525
Some minor green encrustation appears on the reverse, and a single booger clings to Liberty's nose, and these offenses perhaps should be removed by someone with the skill to do so. As it stands, their presence demonstrates strictly original patina, with the only trivial distraction being a microding at the obverse bottom left rim.
1909-S

NGC VF 35 BN
C-1909s-02, Price:$550
As is implied by the NGC VF-35 grade, sharpness essentially touches the extremely-fine level, and indeed, the coin appears to be fully at that grade due to the great contrast between bronze highpoint definition, and underlying pecan-brown coloration overall. This undisputed key example features virtually flawless surfaces and only a single tiny carbon speck in front of the throat that warrants even the slightest mention.
1909-S VDB

MS-63, NOT certified
C-1909svdb-01, Price:$1,800
Ex-PCGS MS-63 RB. Mintage: 484,000. Far more red than brown, this key Lincoln cent was removed from a PCGS holder for inclusion in the prior owner's non-certified collection. Each side also offers potent, but not utterly blazing pale copper-gold luster. A couple of exceedingly faint abrasions may be found on the portrait.
1909-S VDB

MS-64, NOT certified
C-1909svdb-02, Price:$2,400
Ex-PCI MS-66 RD. Mintage: 484,000. An old PCI holder offered a grade of MS-67 RD -- which would make this a hundred-thousand dollar coin -- but MS-64 RB seems to be a far more sensible assessment. Royal blue microflecks delicately pepper the obverse right field, but the overall color scheme is clearly that of a pleasing red-brown near-gem key.
1909 VDB

MS-64, NOT certified
C-1909vdb-01, Price:$75
Mintage: 27,995,000. Ash-grey patina settles delicately over energetic copper-bronze surfaces. Several trivial grey carbon spots filter over each side.
1909 VDB

MS-63, NOT certified
C-1909vdb-02, Price:$50
Mintage: 27,995,000. Rather nice overall, especially on the obverse, with both sides displaying deep brick-red patina. A small dark spot rests at TA on the reverse.
1909 VDB

MS-65, NOT certified
C-1909vdb-03, Price:$100
Mintage: 27,995,000. Struck a bit out of the collar, some subtle striations on the obverse upper right rim are as-struck. Blazing luster and essentially full mint red throughout.
1909 VDB

MS-65, NOT certified
C-1909vdb-05, Price:$100
Mintage: 27,995,000. Burgundy-orange makes a striking appearance over the entirety of this satin gem. Well defined with a clean shoulder and only a couple of tiny contact marks.
1909 VDB

MS-65, NOT certified
C-1909vdb-19, Price:$100
Mintage: 27,995,000. Blazing copper-red announces the eye-appeal, and neither side displays distractions of any kind. A singular tick on Lincoln's brow appears to be the only noticeable contact mark. Fresh and well detailed.
1909-VDB

PCGS MS-64 RB
C-1909vdb-21, Price:$65
No text description has been provided for this coin, but it IS certified. Please see image.
1909-VDB

PCGS MS-64 RB
C-1909vdb-22, Price:$65
No text description has been provided for this coin, but it IS certified. Please see image.
1910

MS-64, NOT certified
C-1910-01, Price:$50
Precise definition places the grade near the gem level all by itself, helped by rich copper-red color and freedom from any faults. Splashes of grey tone on the obverse most likely represents a fingerprint remnant.
1910

MS-63, NOT certified
C-1910-02, Price:$50
Deep, thick red toning gently subdues underlying luster. Nicely defined and a great choice as an album representative.
1910

Color!, NOT certified
C-1910-03, Price:$100
A few dashes if wintergreen and mint blue occupy portions of each side. Amazing sharpness and GEM quality surfaces.
1913

PCGS PF-64 RB
C-1913-01, Price:$1,000
No text description has been provided for this coin, but it IS certified. Please see image.
1914-D

F-12, NOT certified
C-1914d-02, Price:$215
Perfectly detailed for the Fine grade level, with fully delineated wheat stalks and excellent color.
1931-D

MS-64 RB, NOT certified
C-1931d-02, Price:$140
No text description has been provided for this coin, and it is NOT certified. Please see image.
1931-S

MS-64 RB, NOT certified
C-1931s-01, Price:$260
No text description has been provided for this coin, and it is NOT certified. Please see image.
1942-D

NGC MS-65 RD
C-1942d-01, Price:$25
No text description has been provided for this coin, but it IS certified. Please see image.
1944-D/S
D/S
MS-63, NOT certified
C-1944d-01, Price:$350
A couple of carbon spots fling across the obverse, but have scarcely any impact on the visual appeal of mostly red luster. Some delicate bluish hue tints the highpoints of Lincoln's portrait. The D/S feature is readily visible with a loupe.
1954-D

PCGS MS-66 RD
C-1954d-01, Price:$24
No text description has been provided for this coin, but it IS certified. Please see image.
1954-D

PCGS MS-66 RD
C-1954d-02, Price:$24
No text description has been provided for this coin, but it IS certified. Please see image.
1955-S

PCGS MS-66 RD
C-1955s-01, Price:$24
No text description has been provided for this coin, but it IS certified. Please see image.
1955-S

PCGS MS-66 RD
C-1955s-02, Price:$24
No text description has been provided for this coin, but it IS certified. Please see image.