1809/8 Capped Bust Left Half Eagle. BD-1, the only known dies. Rarity-3+. MS-63 (PCGS). CAC.

1809/8

25000
1813 Capped Head Left Half Eagle. BD-2. Rarity-4. MS-63 (PCGS). CAC.

1813 Ca

20000
1820 Capped Head Left Half Eagle. BD-2. Rarity-5+. Square-Base 2. MS-63 (PCGS). CAC.

1820 Ca

35000
1837 Classic Head Half Eagle. McCloskey-2. Large Date, Large 5. MS-62 (PCGS). CAC.

1837 Cl

5700
1845 Liberty Head Half Eagle. MS-64 (PCGS).

1845 Li

11000
1845-D Liberty Head Half Eagle. MS-61 (PCGS).

1845-D

7500
1845-O Liberty Head Half Eagle. MS-61 (NGC). OH.

1845-O

9500
1846 Liberty Head Half Eagle. Large Date. AU Details--Improperly Cleaned (NGC).

1846 Li

500
1846-C Liberty Head Half Eagle. MS-62 (NGC). OH.

1846-C

25000
1846-D/D Liberty Head Half Eagle. Winter 15-L. MS-61 (PCGS).

1846-D/

10000
1846-O Liberty Head Half Eagle. AU-58 (PCGS).

1846-O

6000
1850 Liberty Head Half Eagle. MS-62 (PCGS). OGH.

1850 Li

3600
1850-C Liberty Head Half Eagle. MS-62 (PCGS).

1850-C

15000
1850-D Liberty Head Half Eagle. MS-61 (PCGS).

1850-D

25000
1868 Liberty Head Half Eagle. AU-58 (PCGS).

1868 Li

5000
1795 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. Small Eagle. BD-3. Rarity-3+. MS-62 (PCGS).

1795 Ca

80000
1889 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-63 (PCGS). CAC.

1889 Th

2700
1887 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-64 (PCGS). OGH--First Generation.

1887 Th

5000
1886 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. Proof-65 Cameo (PCGS).

1886 Th

20000
1874 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-64 (PCGS). CAC. OGH.

1874 Th

4500
1868 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-62 (PCGS).

1868 Th

4000
1925-D Indian Quarter Eagle. MS-64 (PCGS). CAC.

1925-D

400
1911-D Indian Quarter Eagle. MS-62 (PCGS). CAC.

1911-D

8000
1911 Indian Quarter Eagle. MS-65 (PCGS). CAC.

1911 In

2000
1910 Indian Quarter Eagle. Proof-65 (NGC).

1910 In

20000
1908 Indian Quarter Eagle. MS-63 (PCGS). CAC.

1908 In

425
1899 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle. MS-64 (PCGS).

1899 Li

500
1898 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle. Proof-66 Deep Cameo (PCGS). CAC.

1898 Li

21000
1897 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle. MS-62 (PCGS). CAC.

1897 Li

275
1889 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle. MS-65 (PCGS). CAC.

1889 Li

5800

Lot:10326  1795年半鹰金币 PCGS MS 62

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拍品分类 外国钱币>金币 品相 PCGS MS62
拍品估价 USD 120000 成交价 USD 180000
拍卖专场 SBP2018年3月巴尔地摩-美国钱币#2 Vanderbilt集藏 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2018-03-23 00:00:00 结标日期 2018-03-23 05:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1795年半鹰金币 PCGS MS 62

1795 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. Heraldic Eagle. BD-15. Rarity-5+. MS-62 (PCGS). CAC.,The pretty medium gold surfaces of this Mint State half eagle display a fully prooflike finish. The bright and reflective fields form a splendid backdrop for smartly impressed, razor-sharp devices. This is a very well produced and preserved example of a challenging early half eagle issue that ranks high on the list of rarities in the remarkable Vanderbilt Collection.

The Mint introduced the Heraldic Eagle reverse to the half eagle series in mid 1797 during a chaotic time in the institutions history. The yearly yellow fever epidemics continued to sweep through Philadelphia, turning the city into a virtual ghost town and causing interruptions in coinage operations as the Mint was forced to temporarily close its doors. When production resumed the half eagle had pride of place, for it was the most popular denomination with gold bullion depositors during the 1790s and well into the 19th century. Eager to make up for lost time and chronically short of high quality steel for making dies, Mint employees grabbed whatever dies were on hand to churn out as many half eagles as could be made. In so doing it created some of the most interesting and rarest varieties in the Capped Bust Right half eagle series.

Although the total mintage for this type is far greater than for its Small Eagle predecessor, the first year of Heraldic Eagle production resulted in some of the rarest die varieties among early half eagles. In fact, two of the three 1797 Heraldic Eagle die marriages -- BD-5, 16-Star Obverse and BD-6, 15-Star Reverse -- are unique and permanently impounded in the Smithsonian Institutions National Numismatic Collection. There are also three known die marriages of the 1795 Heraldic Eagle issue, all examples of which were likely produced in 1797 (or, less likely, in 1798) using leftover obverse dies from 1795. One of these 1795 Heraldic Eagle varieties, BD-13, is unique and represented by only the F.C.C. Boyd-Worlds Greatest Collection specimen. BD-14 is very rare with fewer than 20 examples believed extant in all grades. BD-15, offered here, is the most available die marriage of the 1795 Heraldic Eagle five but, with only 30 to 35 coins known (per John W. Dannreuther, 2006), it is still very scarce to rare when viewed in the wider context of U.S. numismatics.<p>The obverse of the 1795 BD-15 half eagle is the same as that used by the Mint to strike Small Eagle examples of the BD-11 variety. The reverse is shared by the unique 1797 BD-5, 16-Star Obverse mentioned above.,From the A.J. Vanderbilt Collection. Earlier from our (Stacks) Grant Pierce & Sons Collection sale, May 1965, lot 1279. Lot tag included.,