Undated (Possibly Circa 1793) Success Medal. Large Size. Musante GW-42, Baker-266, W-10915. Rarity-7

Undated

1100
Undated (1795) Liberty and Security Penny. Musante GW-45, Baker-30, W-11050. Copper. Lettered Edge.

Undated

6000
Undated (1795) Liberty and Security Penny. Musante GW-45, Baker-30, W-11050. Copper. Lettered Edge.

Undated

1800
Undated (1795) Liberty and Security Penny. Musante GW-45, Baker-30, W-11050. Rarity-2. Copper. ASYLU

Undated

1000
1795 Grate Halfpenny. Musante GW-49, Baker-29AA or 29B, W-10955. Rarity-1. Large Buttons. Copper. Re

1795 Gr

375
1795 Grate Halfpenny. Musante GW-49, Baker-29AA or 29B, W-10955. Rarity-1. Large Buttons. Copper. Re

1795 Gr

400
Undated (1795) North Wales Halfpenny. Musante GW-51, Baker-34, W-11150. Rarity-4. Two Stars. Copper.

Undated

500
1783 Washington Georgivs Triumpho Token.  Musante GW-54, Baker-7, W-10100. AU-50 (PCGS).

1783 Wa

800
1799 (1800) Washington Funeral Urn Medal. Silver. 29.3 mm. Musante GW-70, Fuld Dies 3-B, Baker-166A.

1799 (1

2500
1799 (1800) Washington Funeral Urn Medal. White Metal. 30 mm. Musante GW-70E, Fuld Dies 4-D, Baker-1

1799 (1

5000
1783 (Circa 1860) Draped Bust Copper. Restrike. Musante GW-107, Baker-3, Vlack 17-L, W-10360. Rarity

1783 (C

450
1793/2 Ship Halfpenny. Musante GW-20, Baker-18, W-10855. Rarity-3. Lettered Edge. VF-35 (PCGS).

1793/2

400
1793/2 Ship Halfpenny.  Musante GW-20, Baker-18, W-10855. Rarity-3. Copper. Lettered Edge. EF-40 (PC

1793/2

450
1793/2 Ship Halfpenny. Musante GW-20, Baker-18, W-10855. Copper. Lettered Edge. EF-45.

1793/2

400
1793/2 Ship Halfpenny. Musante GW-20, Baker-18, W-10855. Rarity-3. Copper. Lettered Edge. AU-53 (PCG

1793/2

600
1791 Small Eagle Cent. Musante GW-17, Baker-16, W-10630. Copper. Lettered Edge. AU-58 (NGC).

1791 Sm

900
1791 Small Eagle Cent. Musante GW-17, Baker-16, W-10630. Copper. Lettered Edge. AU-58 (PCGS)(OGH).

1791 Sm

1500
1791 Large Eagle Cent. Musante GW-15, Baker-15, W-10610. Rarity-2. MS-62 BN (PCGS).

1791 La

1700
1791 Large Eagle Cent. Musante GW-15, Baker-15, W-10610. Rarity-2. Lettered Edge. Unc Details--Clean

1791 La

700
1791 Large Eagle Cent. Musante GW-15, Baker-15, W-10610. Rarity-2. Lettered Edge. MS-63 BN (PCGS).

1791 La

2000
1820 North West Company Token. W-9250. Brass, With Hole. Reeded Edge. EF Details—Corrosion (NGC).

1820 No

5500
1794 Talbot, Allum & Lee Cent / Promissory Halfpenny Mule. Fuld Mule-2, W-8670. Copper. LIVERPOOL Ed

1794 Ta

750
1794 Franklin Press Token. W-8850. Rarity-1. Plain Edge. AU-53 (PCGS).

1794 Fr

500
1794 Franklin Press Token. W-8850. Rarity-1. Plain Edge. MS-63 BN (NGC).

1794 Fr

550
Undated (Circa 1793-1795) Kentucky Token. W-8810. Rarity-5. Copper. LANCASTER Edge. MS-63 BN (PCGS).

Undated

500
Undated (Circa 1793-1795) Kentucky Token. W-8810. Rarity-5. Copper. LANCASTER Edge. MS-63 RD (PCGS).

Undated

1000

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拍品分类 外国钱币>铜币 品相 PCGS FDetails
拍品估价 USD 10000 成交价 USD 3120
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 成交
拍品描述 “1789” (1792) Washington Born Virginia Copper. Legend Reverse. Musante GW-33, Baker-60, W-unlisted. Copper. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Lettered Edge. Unique. Fine Details—Graffiti (PCGS).,Baker, Fuld, and Breen do not record any copper examples of Baker-60 (or of the Baker 60/59 mule) with the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA lettered edge as here, citing only the one or possibly two known specimens in silver of Baker-60 with lettered edge. Musante lists this type (GW-33) as coming with both Plain and Lettered Edges, but specifically cites lettered edges only on Silver specimens, leaving his Copper listing without any specifics as to edge device, all previously known examples of Baker-60 have plain edges, as do the Baker-60/59 mules. This piece exhibits rather beautiful, dark olive-brown surfaces that are smooth and evenly worn, with a few scattered old swirly scratches at the 3 oclock positions of both sides that have long since blended with the choice patina. Both sides are a bit off center, the obverse towards 9 oclock and the reverse toward 4 oclock; the left obverse legend is a bit tight to the rim and weak as a result. The reverse is in a state of failure, showing up as a central mounding which was subject to more advanced wear than the rest of the coin, leaving the reverse center almost blank; the pertinent dates 1775 and 1783 that had disappeared through die failure and circulation were deftly re-engraved by a skillful hand in an old style, leading us to believe that it happened during this coins useful circulating life and not after it entered the numismatic trade. The engraved dates show no attempt to imitate the actual style seen on the coins, so we believe it was done by a fastidious early owner of this coin who undoubtedly kept it as a pocket piece. <p>Though the coin is well worn, the edge is unmistakably lettered UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, the last two words being a bit bolder than the first two. There are big spaces between all the words, but UNITED and AMERICA are very close, probably as a result of the planchet slipping in the Casting machine during application of the edge device; as a result, the .X. that usually follows AMERICA is absent. Jacob Perkins various mulings of the WASHINGTON PRESIDENT with eagle or legend reverses generally come with both plain and lettered edges, though his productions with the WASHINGTON BORN VIRGINIA obverse are almost without exception plain on their edges. This is the only known Baker-60 in copper with lettered edge, recently discovered by our sharp-eyed consignor after purchasing it online as the usual plain edge variant. It is a major rarity and an important addition to the canon of 18th century Washington coins and medals.