1799/8 Draped Bust Dollar NGC MS65

A Pre-1800 Gem Dollar

The 1799/8 Draped Bust dollars are popular because of their dramatic over dates. This is the “13 Stars Reverse” variety, as opposed to the other for this date – the “15 Stars Reverse”. The one offered here exhibits lighter color and more luster than seen in our unflattering images. Additionally, the surfaces are refreshingly clean, even considering the lofty grade. This is the only MS65 graded by NGC with a single (MS66) example graded higher.

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Offered at $148,500 delivered

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1918/7-D Buffalo Nickel NGC MS64

Among the Coolest Overdates

The Philadelphia Mint struck more than 32 million nickels in 1918, with Denver and San Francisco contributing another 8.3 and 4.8 million coins, respectively. While all three issues are generally plentiful, there exists among them a variety that is both intriguing and conditionally rare: the 1918/7-D. The overdate was created in the Philadelphia Mint engraving department when a working die was hubbed with two different dates. Due to the massive work load on the engraving department, it’s likely the overdate occurred as a mistake, and not a deliberate usage of an outdated obverse. Examples of the 1918/7-D are known in very early and late die states, indicating that this was a fresh die at the beginning of production and was used throughout a normal coinage period. The NGC population is only 15 with 4 higher.

Offered at $66,375 delivered

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1802/1 Draped Bust Half Eagle NGC MS64

Give Me a 1, No, a 2

 A mintage of 53,176 Capped Bust Right half eagles was accomplished in 1802, using leftover obverse dies from the previous year that have a 2 punched over the final digit in the date. Collectors have prized the early half eagles since the earliest days of the hobby and the 1802/1 began appearing at auction at least as early as lot 176 of the A.C. Kline Sale (M. Thomas & Sons, 6/1855), although the lot description did not mention the overdate. By the mid-1860s, catalogers began taking note of this feature, as W. Elliot Woodward described the coin in lot 2755 of his Sixth Semi-Annual Sale as, “1802 over 1801; uncirculated, as fine as proof; scarce.” The NGC population is 12 with only 1 higher.

Offered at $41, 975 delivered

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Overdate 1853/2 Liberty Double Eagle PCGS MS60

Rare Unc.

While the status of the 1853/2 remains controversial, collectors flock to the variety as the only potential overdate of the series. An anomaly in the lower loop of 3 gets most of the attention, and re-punching above the base of 1 is clearly present. A squarish die lump beneath R in LIBERTY is diagnostic of the variety. The PCGS population is just 3 with 11 higher, the latter figure being comprised solely of MS61 grade examples.

Offered at $21,275 delivered

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