1771 Machins Mills Halfpenny. Vlack 2-71A, W-7670. Rarity-4. GEORGIVS III, Group I. VG-8.

1771 Ma

500
1788 Machins Mills Halfpenny. Vlack 13-88CT, W-8080. Rarity-5-. GEORGIVS III, Group III. VG-8 Enviro

1788 Ma

300
1787 Machin’s Mills Halfpenny. Vlack 17-87B, W-7910. Rarity-2. GEORGIVS III. Group II. VF-20.

1787 Ma

250
1787 Machins Mills Halfpenny. Vlack 19-87C, W-7940. Rarity-2. GEORGIVS III, Group III. Fine-15.

1787 Ma

200
1787 Machin’s Mills Halfpenny. Vlack 20-87C, W-7950. Rarity-6.  GEORGIVS III, Group III. VF-20.

1787 Ma

500
1770 Contemporary Counterfeit Halfpenny. George III English Type. MS-63 Red-Brown.

1770 Co

500
1770 Contemporary Counterfeit English Halfpenny. George III Type. Peck Plate 50, Coin X. MS-60.

1770 Co

250
1775 Contemporary Counterfeit Halfpenny. George III English Type. AK-9. Backwards S, “5” in drapery.

1775 Co

600
1775 Contemporary Counterfeit Halfpenny. George III English Type—Double Struck, Uniface Obverse. EF-

1775 Co

300
Undated (1770-1775) Contemporary Counterfeit English Halfpenny. George III Type--Double Struck--Fine

Undated

250
1771 Contemporary Counterfeit Irish Halfpenny. George III Type. Fine-12 Cleaned, Scratches.

1771 Co

1000
Undated (ca. 1835) Blacksmith Token. Wood-23, BL-40B. AU-50.

Undated

250
1787 Nova Eborac Copper. W-5755. Medium Bust, Seated Figure Left. VF-30.

1787 No

500
1787 Nova Eborac Copper. W-5755. Medium Bust, Seated Figure Left. AU Details--Edge Damaged (PCGS).

1787 No

1000
1787 New Jersey Copper. Maris 6-C, W-5040. Rarity-5-. Pattern Shield. Fine Details—Cleaned (PCGS).

1787 Ne

300
1788 Connecticut Copper. Miller 12.1-F.1, W-4520. Rarity-5. Mailed Bust Left--Planchet Clip--VF-30.

1788 Co

250
1788 Connecticut Copper. Miller 2-D, W-4405. Rarity-1. Mailed Bust Right. VF-20.

1788 Co

300
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 45-CC, W-4300. Rarity-5. Draped Bust Left, The Hapsburg Jaw. EF-45 P

1787 Co

2000
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 37.4-k.1, W-4115. Rarity-3. Draped Bust Left. VF-20.

1787 Co

350
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 36-l.1, W-4070. Rarity-5+. Draped Bust Left. VG-8 Porous.

1787 Co

175
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 34-ff.1, W-4060. Rarity-5. Draped Bust Left. VF-20 Reverse Rough.

1787 Co

300
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.41-Z.11, W-3975. Rarity-7-. Draped Bust Left. Very Fine-20, damag

1787 Co

1500
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.39-s.1, W-3960. Rarity-4. Draped Bust Left. VG-8 Scratches.

1787 Co

350
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.27-r.4, W-3755. Rarity-6. Draped Bust Left. VG-8 Porous.

1787 Co

300
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.19-Z.1, W-3645. Rarity-4. Draped Bust Left, INDE/INDN. Fine-12 Pl

1787 Co

250
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.16-Z.15, W-3615. Rarity-4. Draped Bust Left. XF Details, Environm

1787 Co

200
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.10-Z.8, W-3510. Rarity-5. Draped Bust Left--Off Center Brockage--

1787 Co

500
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.7-r.2, W-3440. Rarity-1. Draped Bust Left. Fine-12.

1787 Co

500
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.2-Z.5, W-3340. Rarity-1. Draped Bust Left—Struck 5% Off-Center. A

1787 Co

1500
1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.1-Z.19, W-3330. Rarity-5. Draped Bust Left. MS-62 BN (PCGS).

1787 Co

3800

Lot:4105  1787年埃克塞尔西奥世界之鹰 PCGS VF 30

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拍品分类 外国钱币>铜币 品相 PCGS VF30
拍品估价 USD 15000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2017年11月巴尔地摩-早期钱币#7 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2017-11-11 06:00:00 结标日期 2017-11-11 10:00:00 拍卖状态 流拍
拍品描述 1787 Excelsior Copper. W-5785. Eagle on Globe Left. VF-30 (PCGS).,This is a lovely example of an elusive and eagerly sought New York issue from the early federal era. The strike is generally well centered, only a bit tight to the left reverse border, with both sides displaying uniformly bold Choice VF detail. Evenly toned in deep gray-brown, the surfaces are somewhat rough overall with light pitting evident under close examination with a loupe. The appearance is nice for a survivor of this type, however, and the rarity of the Excelsior coinage as a group is sure to result in keen interest among advanced collectors.<p>With the Articles of Confederation reserving coinage rights for the individual states, in early 1787 several petitions reached the Legislature in New York seeking approval to issue copper coins. In the end, however, the New York Legislature decided against authorizing a new coinage and instead opted to regulate the copper coins already in circulation. Even so, several unauthorized copper issues made their appearance in the state, primarily from the private mint known as Machins Mills, located at the outlet of Orange Pond near Newburgh, and those operated by John Bailey and Ephraim Brasher in and near New York City. The Nova Eborac and Excelsior pieces are attributed to Bailey and Brasher, although beyond that little is known either of their overall coinage operations or the specifics of these issues. The Excelsior pieces are far rarer than their Nova Eborac counterparts. Most survivors of the W-5785 type offered here are heavily circulated and of poor surface quality. This is certainly an above average example and worthy of a strong bid.,PCGS# 427.,,