1804 Draped Bust Quarter. Browning-1. Rarity-3. Mint State-64 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 3, none finer.

1804 Dr

325000
1805 Draped Bust Quarter. Browning-3. Rarity-2. Mint State-64 (PCGS). PCGS Population: 6, 1 fin

1805 Dr

50000
1806/5 Draped Bust Quarter. Browning-1. Rarity-2. Mint State-66 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 1, none fine

1806/5

300000
1806 Draped Bust Quarter. Browning-10. Rarity-5. Mint State-64 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 10, 4 finer (

1806 Dr

40000
1807 Draped Bust Quarter. Browning-1. Rarity-2. Mint State-65+ (PCGS).PCGS Population: 1, 1 finer (M

1807 Dr

175000
1815 Capped Bust Quarter. Browning-1. Rarity-1. Mint State-66 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 3, none finer.

1815 Ca

60000
1818/5 Capped Bust Quarter. Browning-1. Rarity-2. Mint State-65 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 8, 4 finer (

1818/5

40000
1818 Capped Bust Quarter. Browning-3. Rarity-3. Mint State-66 (PCGS). PCGS Population: 3, 1 fin

1818 Ca

70000
1819 Capped Bust Quarter. Browning-1. Large 9. Rarity-5-. Mint State-65 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 2, n

1819 Ca

47500
1820 Capped Bust Quarter. Browning-1. Rarity-8 as a Proof. Large 0. Proof-66 (PCGS). PCGS Popul

1820 Ca

250000
1820 Capped Bust Quarter. Browning-1. Rarity-5-. Large 0. Mint State-66 (PCGS). PCGS Population

1820 Ca

72500
1820 Capped Bust Quarter. Browning-2. Large 0. Rarity-2. Mint State-66 (PCGS). PCGS Population:

1820 Ca

72500
1820 Capped Bust Quarter. Browning-3. Medium 0. Rarity-3. Mint State-66 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 1, n

1820 Ca

72500
1820 Capped Bust Quarter. 1820 Browning-5. Rarity-5. Small 0. Mint State-66 (PCGS).PCGS Population:

1820 Ca

65000
1821 Capped Bust Quarter. Browning-5. Rarity-8 as a Proof. Proof-67 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 1, none

1821 Ca

275000
1807 Draped Bust Dime. John Reich-1. Rarity-2. Mint State-66 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 3, none finer.

1807 Dr

80000
1805 Draped Bust Dime. John Reich-2. Rarity-2. Mint State-66 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 6, 3 finer (MS-

1805 Dr

85000
1805 Draped Bust Dime. John Reich-2. Rarity-2. Mint State-67 (PCGS).  PCGS Population: 3, none

1805 Dr

165000
1804 Draped Bust Dime. 1804 14 Star. John Reich-2. Rarity-5. About Uncirculated-53 (PCGS).PCGS Popul

1804 Dr

100000
1804 Draped Bust Dime. 14 Star. John Reich-2. Rarity-5. About Uncirculated-58 (PCGS). PCGS Popu

1804 Dr

600000
1804 Draped Bust Dime. 13 Star. John Reich-1. Rarity-5. About Uncirculated-55 (PCGS).PCGS Population

1804 Dr

500000
1803 Draped Bust Dime. John Reich-3. Rarity-4. MS-64 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 1, none finer.

1803 Dr

300000
1802 Draped Bust Dime. John Reich-4. Rarity-4. Mint State-62 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 4, none finer.&

1802 Dr

90000
1801 Draped Bust Dime. John Reich-2. Rarity-5. Mint State-61 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 3, 1 finer (MS-

1801 Dr

50000
1800 Draped Bust Dime. John Reich-2. Rarity-5. Mint State-65 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 1, 1 finer (MS-

1800 Dr

100000
1798 Draped Bust Dime. Large 8. John Reich-4. Rarity-3. Mint State-64 (PCGS). PCGS Population:

1798 Dr

50000
1798 Draped Bust Dime. Small 8. John Reich-3. Rarity-5. Mint State-65 (PCGS). PCGS Population:

1798 Dr

165000
1798/7 Draped Bust Dime. John Reich-2. Rarity-6. 13 Star Reverse. Mint State-63 (PCGS).PCGS Populati

1798/7

140000
1798/7 Draped Bust Dime. John Reich-1. Rarity-3. 16 Star Reverse. Mint State-65 (PCGS).PCGS Populati

1798/7

75000
1797 Draped Bust Dime. 13 Stars. John Reich-2. Rarity-4. Mint State-64 (PCGS).PCGS Population: 2, no

1797 Dr

175000

Lot:1051  1796 Draped Bust Quarter PCGS MS 66

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拍品分类 外国钱币>银币 品相 PCGS MS66
拍品估价 USD 1000000 成交价 USD 1527500
拍卖专场 SBP-苏富比2015年5月纽约波格集藏I 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2015-05-20 07:00:00 结标日期 2015-05-20 19:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 Gill exp[ress] to Mr. Madisons .25 — Thomas Jeffersons Memorandum Books, September 25, 1824This is the second finest known example of the date, struck from the only die marriage of the year. All are overdates. Smooth, satiny luster careens across lively surfaces, toned in a melange of rose and pale blue framed in champagne gold. An area of deeper toning is present in a crescent inside the obverse rim at the bust truncation and around star 3. Nicely struck with just a bit of weakness on the cap and talons; all stars but stars 6 and 7 show their centers. Excellent technical quality for the grade, showing only a scant few scattered hairlines of trivial consequence and a minor defect under D of UNITED. Traces of adjustment lines are present in the area between the center of the reverse banner and the eagles head.

A beautiful and highly desirable early quarter, outpaced by only the marvelous Eliasberg gem.Thomas Jefferson may have given a quarter like this one to Gill, an enslaved African-American at Monticello, for the favor of carrying an express letter to James Madison on September 25, 1824. Though Jeffersons slaves typically worked without pay, he occasionally tipped in coins for doing particularly onerous or unpleasant tasks.

The round trip from Monticello to Madisons home at Montpelier would have been 50 miles on horseback over country roads. Gill was undoubtedly carrying Jeffersons letter of September 24, 1824, which reminded Madison Charlottesville is preparing for LaFayette. As he will see you at your own house, we shall hope you will come here with him. Jeffersons retained copy of the letter remains at the Library of Congress. Lafayette arrived in Charlottesville, Virginia, on time in the first week of November. His trip took Lafayette to every state in the Union over the course of a year, where he was honored at every stop. His departure in September 1825, followed by the death of Jefferson and John Adams on July 4, 1826, marked the passing of the Revolutionary generation in the minds of many Americans.The 1824/2 die variety is an interesting one, using an obverse that was prepared but not used in 1822 and a reverse that was previously used for the very rare 1823/2 and used again, later, for both 1825 Browning-1 and 1828 Browning-2.

This is the only die variety of the year, from which an estimated 16,000 coins were struck. Just three Mint State coins are confirmed to survive, in addition to a single Proof striking. The Eliasberg coin, considered finest known, is graded MS-65 by NGC but has not been considered at PCGS. This issue is a requisite for anyone assembling a collection of early quarters by date. The offered example is unsurpassed at PCGS and rich with the history of this fascinating era.