Olde Towne Coin Shoppe
PO Box 6l8       Havana, FL 32333
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B - Large Cents
1795
( VG)
"Very attractive overall color does cede in isolated highpoint areas to more recent reddish accents. Relatively smooth obverse texture mates to modest micro-porosity on the reverse, but neither side displays the slightest edge nick or surface damage to detract."
Item# B-1795-03 Price:$550.00
1800/798
(NGC F-12)
"Sheldon-191 has not been indicated on the slab, but is simple to attribute as one of the two die-marriages showing the very popular 1800/798 three-digit overdate. The NGC grade of Fine is quite in keeping with strong central details, bold peripheral definition and excellent color, although we do note a few small low-contrast greyish patches on the obverse. They are more apparent in the image."
Item# B-1800-01 Price:$600.00
1801
( VF)
"Outstanding early copper quality includes even walnut-brown patina occupying the entire surface. The obverse doesn't display a single notable defect, while the reverse has a couple of brief old pin-scratches extending downward from STATES."
Item# B-1801-01 Price:$650.00
1813
( EF)
"Well-known as a very difficult type to locate problem-free in better circulated grades, 1813 poses a particular challenge at AU levels. Substantial flowline texture still remains for this well detailed example, showing fine velvety presence in the walnut-brown fields of both sides. The obverse features slightly nicer planchet quality than the reverse, since the latter side has a few more shallow abrasions present."
Item# B-1813-01 Price:"$1,800.00 "
1817
( MS-63 RB)
"Abundant glimpses of mint orange color interplay with delicate lilac accents throughout both sides. Stars toward the right do not show full inner definition, nor does the hair bun, this being the typical case for N-10. Perhaps a carbon spot or two on the obverse are also inevitable for such a Randall hoard cent, but pleasing luster drives the overall eye-appeal."
Item# B-1817-01 Price:"$1,300.00 "
1818
( MS-63 RB)
"The obverse shows really minor carbon flecks, and a singular carbon spot can be seen on the reverse at 'T' for this very choice Randall hoard survivor. Prodigious luster roams the fields and energizes the 'look' that is so popular with type collectors."
Item# B-1818-01 Price:"$1,200.00 "
1819
( MS-64 RB)
"Impressive eye-appeal resonates with lovely orange and mahogany luster, and the reverse appears to be more than one-half red. A thin toning streak connects the obverse left rim to Liberty's nose."
Item# B-1819-01 Price:"$2,000.00 "
1837
(ex-NGC MS-66 BN)

Item# B-1837-01 Price:"$2,500.00 "