1795 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-75. Lettered Edge. Rarity-3. Mint State-65+ RB (PCGS).

1795 Li

100000 - 130000
1795 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-76b. Plain Edge. Rarity-1. Mint State-65 BN (PCGS).

1795 Li

25000 - 40000
1795 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-80. Jefferson Head. Plain Edge. Rarity-5+. Very Fine-20 (PCGS).

1795 Li

90000 - 120000
1796 Liberty Cap Cent. Liberty Cap. Sheldon-84. Liberty Cap. Rarity-3. Mint State-66+ RB (PCGS).

1796 Li

160000 - 200000
1796 Draped Bust Cent. Draped Bust. Sheldon-110. Draped Bust. Reverse of 1794. Rarity-3+. Mint State

1796 Dr

120000 - 150000
1797 Draped Bust Cent. Sheldon-135. Reverse of 1797, With Stems. Rarity-3+. Mint State-66 RB (PCGS).

1797 Dr

60000 - 70000
1797 Draped Bust Cent. Sheldon-138. Reverse of 1797, With Stems. Rarity-1. Mint State-66 RB (PCGS).

1797 Dr

60000 - 70000
1797 Draped Bust Cent. Sheldon-140. Reverse of 1797, With Stems. Rarity-1. Mint State-66 RB (PCGS).

1797 Dr

100000 - 130000
1798/7 Draped Bust Cent. Sheldon-151. Rarity-3+. Mint State-62 BN (PCGS).

1798/7

60000 - 80000
1798 Draped Bust Cent. Sheldon-179. Rarity-3. Style II Hair. Mint State-65+ BN (PCGS).

1798 Dr

90000 - 100000
1799/8 Draped Bust Cent. Sheldon-188. Rarity-4. Extremely Fine-45 (PCGS).

1799/8

200000 - 250000
1799年美分 PCGS MS 61

1799年美分

550000 - 650000
1800 Draped Bust Cent. Sheldon-197. Rarity-1. Mint State-64 RB (PCGS).

1800 Dr

40000 - 50000
1800 Draped Bust Cent. Sheldon-209. Rarity-3. Mint State-65+ RB (PCGS).

1800 Dr

80000 - 100000
1801 Draped Bust Cent. Sheldon-215. Rarity-5. Mint State-64 RB (PCGS).

1801 Dr

25000 - 35000
1794 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-69. Head of 1795. Rarity-3. Mint State-65 RB (PCGS).

1794 Li

120000 - 150000
1794 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-57. Head of 1794. Rarity-1. Mint State-65 RB (PCGS).

1794 Li

100000 - 130000
1794 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-45. Head of 1794. Rarity-5+. Mint State-65 RB (PCGS).

1794 Li

120000 - 150000
1794 Liberty Cap Cent. S-26. Sheldon-26. Head of 1794. Rarity-2. Mint State-66 RB (PCGS).

1794 Li

120000 - 160000
1794 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-24. Head of 1794. Rarity-1. Mint State-67 RB (PCGS).

1794 Li

200000 - 250000
1794 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-18b. Head of 1793. Rarity-4. Mint State-63 BN (PCGS).

1794 Li

200000 - 250000
1794年自由帽一美分 PCGS MS 64

1794年自由

500000 - 575000
1793 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-14. Liberty Cap. Rarity-5-. About Uncirculated-53+ (PCGS).

1793 Li

300000 - 350000
1793 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-13. Liberty Cap. Rarity-4-. About Uncirculated-55 (PCGS).

1793 Li

200000 - 250000
1793 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-13. Liberty Cap. Rarity-4-. About Uncirculated-58 (PCGS).

1793 Li

400000 - 450000
1854 Braided Hair Half Cent. Cohen-1, Breen-1. Rarity-1. Mint State-66 RB (PCGS).

1854 Br

7000 - 8000
1852 Braided Hair Half Cent. First Restrike. Small Berries Reverse. Breen 1-B. Rarity-5. Proof-65+ B

1852 Br

7000 - 8000
1852 Braided Hair Half Cent. Original. Large Berries Reverse. Breen 1-D. Rarity-7+. Proof-65 RD (PCG

1852 Br

350000 - 400000
1842 Braided Hair Half Cent. Second Restrike. Small Berries Reverse. Breen 1-C. Rarity-7-. Reverse o

1842 Br

10000 - 15000
1842 Braided Hair Half Cent. First Restrike. Small Berries Reverse. Breen 1-B. Rarity-6+. Proof-65 R

1842 Br

9000 - 12000

Lot:5100  1794 Liberty Cap Cent. Sheldon-71. Head of 1795. Rarity-2. Mint State-65 RB (PCGS).

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 180000 - 200000 成交价 USD 199750
拍卖专场 SBP-苏富比2017年3月波格集藏V 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2017-04-01 07:30:00 结标日期 2017-04-01 12:30:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 A great quantity of copper still remains on hand, part not yet refined. This will occasionally be wrought, so as not to interfere with the silver coinage. - David Rittenhouse to George Washington, October 28, 1794Cartwheel luster brings original mint color to the fore as it spins around both sides, locating and enlivening the abundant red that remains, somewhat sublimated and mellowed to steel and chocolate brown away from light and luster. Spectacularly well defined from denticles to center on both sides, the portrait of Liberty rises like an island from the even and smooth fields that surround it. The devices of the reverse echo the firmness and detail of the obverse rendering this among the most perfect examples of the Head of 1795 in existence. Some applied gloss, something similar to lacquer, remains on the surfaces, most evident above LIBERTY but chipping away from Libertys cheek and neck. No significant marks are present, and even the minor ones that are visible near the obverse periphery remain from before striking; the small one near Libertys lowest curl is the most obvious of these.Clash marks seen on both sides are particularly bold and eye-catching, with AMER of AMERICA seen in clear retrograde near the denticles before Libertys profile. Other impressions of reverse design elements, including leaf clusters near Libertys chin and a ribbon end beneath LI of LIBERTY, are easily noted. The reverse clash marks are most evident at the base of the wreath. A series of nearly parallel linear flaws, perhaps overzealously applied lapping lines, are seen across the bridge of Libertys nose and onto her forehead. A faint die crack crosses Libertys hair from the top of her forehead to the back of her head adjacent to the cap. A more subtle crack crosses the tip of the pole. This state roughly approximates Breens State III.The Head of 1795 cents of 1794 appear to have been struck late in the year, after the long hiatus in copper production that spanned from the end of August until mid-November. During that interval, the Mint turned its attention to silver coins. The entire mintage of 1794 dollars was delivered on October 15, 1794, while 1794 half dollars were delivered on December 1. Half cent production had been completed by the end of July; no 1794-dated half dimes were struck until 1795. Thus, December was left entirely for the coining of cents, and about 100,000 pieces were delivered between December 16 and December 30. The majority of those were probably Heads of 1795, including this coin. It is perhaps no coincidence that December 1794 was the month William Strickland arrived in Philadelphia.Long held as one of the most perfect of the Lord St. Oswald cents, this coin has been included as finest known in the Bland census with a remarkable grade of MS-68 and finest known in the Noyes census with an assignment of MS-67. It brought $2,940 at the 1964 St. Oswald sale, significantly outpacing the $1,736 price Stacks bid for the second finest known Sheldon-71, later sold to E. Yale Clarke. The only Lord St. Oswald cent that brought more was the Sheldon-Naftzger-Husak Sheldon-69, now graded MS-65 BN (PCGS).