Kagins March 2019 National Money Show Auction

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1793 Wreath. S-Uncertaiin. Genuine - AG Details - Corrision NGC.1047 - 1793 Wreath. S-Uncertaiin. Genuine - AG Details - Corrision NGC.
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Deep chocolate-brown with infused olive highlights. The surfaces are heavily granular in most places and salient attribution points have have disappea
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1794 S-24. Head of 1794. Rarity-1. VF-25 PCGS1048 - 1794 S-24. Head of 1794. Rarity-1. VF-25 PCGS
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This deep golden tan specimen exhibits olive-brown toning around the devices that imparts a somewhat cameo-like appearance, especially on the obverse.
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1796 S-101 R5 Draped Bust PCGS graded MS62BN.1049 - 1796 S-101 R5 Draped Bust PCGS graded MS62BN.
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Glossy, semi-prooflike luster graces both the obverse and reverse of this scarce and magnificent Sheldon-101 – a coin that is ABSOLUTELY UNEQUALLED in
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1798 Sheldon-166. Style 2 Hair, Large 8. Rarity-1. EF-40 PCGS1050 - 1798 Sheldon-166. Style 2 Hair, Large 8. Rarity-1. EF-40 PCGS
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Deep chocolate-brown with olive highlights and with surfaces and sharpness commensurate with the assigned grade. Some scattered circulation marks are
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1798 S-169. Rarity-3. VF-25 PCGS1051 - 1798 S-169. Rarity-3. VF-25 PCGS
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Warm olive-brown throughout with modestly lighter high points. Essentially unmarked to the unaided eye, and with few marks or blemishes worth noting u
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1802 S-242. Rarity-2. FINE 15 PCGS.1052 - 1802 S-242. Rarity-2. FINE 15 PCGS.
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Readily seen diagnostic die line from tip of left stem on reverse to U in UNITED. Deep chocolate-brown with some olive highlights. Evenly worn and sli
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1803 S-251. Small Date, Small Fraction. Rarity-2. EF-40 PCGS1053 - 1803 S-251. Small Date, Small Fraction. Rarity-2. EF-40 PCGS
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This attractive large cent offers chocolate brown surfaces and design features that readily defend the requirements of the assigned grade. Low magnifi
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1812 S-288. Large Date. Rarity-2. VF-35 PCGS. CAC.1054 - 1812 S-288. Large Date. Rarity-2. VF-35 PCGS. CAC.
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It is immediately obvious upon first glance that this chiefly glossy chocolate brown specimen is a cut above the average example of the date. Mark-fre
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1818 N-10. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN NGC.1055 - 1818 N-10. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN NGC.
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This popular variety, a Randall Hoard coin perhaps, displays the tell-tale diagnostic circular obverse die crack – actually two die cracks that unite
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1819 Newcomb-8. Small Date. Rarity-1. MS-62 BN PCGS.1056 - 1819 Newcomb-8. Small Date. Rarity-1. MS-62 BN PCGS.
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Satiny and lustrous coffee-brown with underlying pale orange frost. Nicely struck and just a few scattered from a finer grade designation. This variet
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1821 N-2. Rarity-1. Wide Date. AU Details – Corrosion – NGC1057 - 1821 N-2. Rarity-1. Wide Date. AU Details – Corrosion – NGC
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Strong design details remain but the surfaces are uniformly granular when seen under low magnification. Pedigree:
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1839 N-4. Silly Head. Rarity-1. AU-53 BN NGC.1058 - 1839 N-4. Silly Head. Rarity-1. AU-53 BN NGC.
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Medium chocolate brown with a touch of olive toning throughout. The central devices are bold despite noticeable die wear and metal flow at the periphe
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1839 N-5. Booby Head. Rarity-2. AU-55 PCGS1059 - 1839 N-5. Booby Head. Rarity-2. AU-55 PCGS
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. Glossy chocolate brown with bold design features and lasting all-around eye appeal. Absolutely mark-free to the unaided eye, and other than a fleck
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1849 N-12. Rarity-1. MS-65 BN PCGS. CAC.1060 - 1849 N-12. Rarity-1. MS-65 BN PCGS. CAC.
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Glossy chocolate-brown with lively luster and sharply presented devices. Impressive gem quality comes to light with every turn of the holder. PCGS #
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1857 Flying Eagle. MS-65 PCGS.1061 - 1857 Flying Eagle. MS-65 PCGS.
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This gem Flying Eagle cent represents everything the assigned grade stands for: a crisp and complete strike, satiny and problem-free surfaces, and eye
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1857 Flying Eagle. MS-63 PCGS.1062 - 1857 Flying Eagle. MS-63 PCGS.
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The satiny deep golden surfaces of this choice specimen exhibit lively luster and mint frost, with bold mint bloom in the richly defined devices. Stru
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1857 Flying Eagle. Die Adjustment Strike. Mint Error. NGC. Choice AU1063 - 1857 Flying Eagle. Die Adjustment Strike. Mint Error. NGC. Choice AU
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Nearly as made to our eyes and judged solely by the surfaces. This lustrous specimen offers the familiar frosty golden-tan surfaces of a copper-nickel
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1859 MS-63 PCGS.1064 - 1859 MS-63 PCGS.
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This frosty golden specimen exhibits lively cartwheel activity and solid all-around eye appeal. A nicely struck example of the first year of the India
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1859 MS-62 PCGS.1065 - 1859 MS-62 PCGS.
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This frosty specimen has all the arm’s length eye appeal of a finer grade. The deep golden surfaces glow with pale rose toning and hold up well to clo
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1862 Proof-65 PCGS.1066 - 1862 Proof-65 PCGS.
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The lustrous pale golden surfaces of this gem Proof make it perfectly clear why 19th-century collectors referred to these copper-nickel coins as “whit
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1864-L MS-64 RB PCGS.1067 - 1864-L MS-64 RB PCGS.
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Choice for the grade both in-hand and under a loupe, this attractive coin offers enough red to keep it interesting, and enough brown to make it beauti
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1867 MS-65 RB PCGS. CAC.1068 - 1867 MS-65 RB PCGS. CAC.
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A frosty and lustrous mint orange cent with warm golden-orange and rose highlights. Shallow N reverse, N of ONE softly presented, with the other detai
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1877 Fine-15 PCGS. CAC.1069 - 1877 Fine-15 PCGS. CAC.
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Evenly worn deep golden brown throughout. Some light marks are seen under low magnification, but they have no effect on the in-hand visuals of the pie
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1883 Proof-64 RB PCGS.1070 - 1883 Proof-64 RB PCGS.
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Bright neon blue at the obverse center with lively mint orange around; the reverse is chiefly mint orange with some crimson iridescence within the wre
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1884 Proof-66 RB PCGFS.1071 - 1884 Proof-66 RB PCGFS.
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This sparkling gem offers frosty blazing orange motifs and reflective fields with crimson highlights on both sides, especially in a bright light. PCGS
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1895 MS-65 RD PCGS1072 - 1895 MS-65 RD PCGS
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A gorgeous example of the date and grade combination, the present Indian cent features fiery and frosty mint orange surfaces tempered with pale peach-
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1896 Proof-62 BN ICG.1073 - 1896 Proof-62 BN ICG.
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The deep chestnut-red surfaces of this Proof Indian cent yield a wealth of lively blue and smoky orange iridescence in a bold light source. Pedigree:
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1908-S MS-64 RB PCGS.1074 - 1908-S MS-64 RB PCGS.
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Frosty mint orange throughout with warm neon blue caressing the high points, and with lively luster on both sides. Easily the most endearing semi-key
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1908-S MS-63 PCGS.1075 - 1908-S MS-63 PCGS.
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A goodly degree of soft underlying luster supports a warm golden-tan woodgrain effect on both sides. Free from unsightly blemishes or ticks. PCGS #223
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1909-S Lincoln. MS-64 RB PCGS.1076 - 1909-S Lincoln. MS-64 RB PCGS.
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Satiny and lustrous with a crisp strike and golden-tan woodgrain surfaces. A popular semi-key issue from the debut year of the design type. PCGS #2433
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1914 MS-65 RD PCGS1077 - 1914 MS-65 RD PCGS
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The intensely lustrous and fiery mint orange surfaces of this neatly presented early Lincoln cent yield a hint of powder blue iridescence in a bold li
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1915 MS-65 RD PCGS1078 - 1915 MS-65 RD PCGS
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This lustrous pale peach-gold specimen enjoys a robust strike that is readily apparent to the unassisted eye, including full hair and beard details. N
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1928 MS-66 RD PCGS.1079 - 1928 MS-66 RD PCGS.
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This satiny mint orange gem is afire with bold luster, a sharp strike, and with wisps of fiery crimson iridescence on the obverse. Undeniably choice f
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1931-D MS-65 RD NGC1080 - 1931-D MS-65 RD NGC
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The boldly lustrous surfaces of this deep fiery orange gem support a whisper of rich steel blue iridescence on the obverse design high points. The rev
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1934-1958-PDS Lincoln Cents. Classic Short Set. All Choice Mint State and Finer1081 - 1934-1958-PDS Lincoln Cents. Classic Short Set. All Choice Mint State and Finer
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The individual coins in this attractive group of Lincoln cents – a date range that has long been called the Classic Short Set -- were hand-selected ov
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1936 Satin Finish. Proof-64 RD PCGS.1082 - 1936 Satin Finish. Proof-64 RD PCGS.
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Softly glowing luster enhances the pale pink-orange surfaces of this popular issue from the first year of Proof coinage since 1916. The creamy finish
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1951-S MS-67 RD PCGS.1084 - 1951-S MS-67 RD PCGS.
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A spendid gem with every turn, the frosty orange-red surface of theis beautiful cent seemingly glows from within with rich luster. The eye appeal is t
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1952-D Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. AU-58 NGC1085 - 1952-D Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. AU-58 NGC
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Deeply toned in iridescent blue and gold in the peripheral areas, with a deep silver-gray center on both sides. An opportunity to obtain a branch mint
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1959 Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. MS-63 PCGS.1086 - 1959 Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. MS-63 PCGS.
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Sharply struck in places, weak in others, and brilliant throughout. Obverse rim through the tops of GOD WE TRUST. Struck – or mistruck – in the first
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1960 Large Date Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. MS-62 PCGS.1087 - 1960 Large Date Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. MS-62 PCGS.
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Fully brilliant and sharply struck with bright silver-gray surfaces and plenty of luster. Rim tight to much of the peripheral legends owing to the siz
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1964 Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. MS-64 PCGS1088 - 1964 Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. MS-64 PCGS
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Fully brilliant and boldly lustrous. Yet another cent dies-dime planchet error, one of several of this popular variety offered here; perhaps one bidde
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1964-D Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. AU-55 NGC1089 - 1964-D Cent on Silver Dime Planchet. Mint Error. AU-55 NGC
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Bright and lustrous silver-gray with the initial appearance of a 1943-issue steel cent. Choice for the grade. Pedigree:
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1864 Large Motto. MS-64 RD PCGS1090 - 1864 Large Motto. MS-64 RD PCGS
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This satiny and lustrous pale orange-gold specimen enjoys a bold strike and exceptional cartwheel luster. Under low magnification we note a scattering
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1867 Proof-64 + BN PCGS.1091 - 1867 Proof-64 + BN PCGS.
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The deep golden-tan obverse offers a streak of golden toning across the top, while the reverse is a study in chocolate-brown tempered with navy blue i
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1870 Proof-65 BN PCGS.1092 - 1870 Proof-65 BN PCGS.
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Full-blown RB on the obverse to our eyes with plenty of mint orange frost among the fields and devices; the reverse is deep and glossy golden-brown. F
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1851-O MS-64 NGC.1093 - 1851-O MS-64 NGC.
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Frosty and lustrous with pale golden highlights, but faintly struck in areas as nearly always seen for this small New Orleans Mint product. This date
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1858 MS-64 PCGS1094 - 1858 MS-64 PCGS
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This attractive trime offers lively and supportive luster that enlivens the varied silver, gold, and gray iridescence seen throughout. Sharply struck
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1866 Proof-64 PCGS.1095 - 1866 Proof-64 PCGS.
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The deeply toned obverse affords a study in deep navy blue with a touch of rose toning among the central shield details; the reverse is largely brilli
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1867 Proof-66 + Cameo NGC.1096 - 1867 Proof-66 + Cameo NGC.
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This is what the Cameo and “+” designations are all about. The frosty devices are in bold contrast to the deeply reflective fields, with an outstandin
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1883 Proof-66 Cameo NGC.1097 - 1883 Proof-66 Cameo NGC.
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Absolutely deserving of the assigned grade, and a coin that virtually defies the viewer to find a blemish. The highly lustrous nickel-gray surfaces ar
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