1799 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-2. Rarity-5+. Small Reverse Stars. AU-55 (NGC).

1799 Ca

15000
1802/1 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-5. Rarity-7. Centered Overdate. AU-50 (PCGS).

1802/1

10000
1805 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-2. Rarity-4. Perfect 1, Close Date. Unc Details--Cleaned (NGC)

1805 Ca

10500
1806 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-1. Rarity-4. Pointed 6, Stars 8x5. MS-62 (PCGS). CAC.

1806 Ca

22000
1806 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-5. Rarity-7. Pointed 6, Stars 8x5. MS-60 (NGC). CAC.

1806 Ca

12000
1806 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-6. Rarity-2. Round-Top 6, Stars 7x6. MS-61 (PCGS). CAC.

1806 Ca

14000
1807 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-1. Rarity-4+. Small Reverse Stars. MS-64 (PCGS).

1807 Ca

37500
1810 Capped Bust Left Half Eagle. BD-4. Rarity-2. Large Date, Large 5. MS-62 (PCGS).

1810 Ca

9500
1811 Capped Bust Left Half Eagle. BD-1. Rarity-3+. Tall 5. MS-63 (PCGS).

1811 Ca

20000
1875自由头半鹰金币 PCGS Proof 65

1875自由头

200000
1887 Liberty Head Half Eagle. Proof-58 (NGC). CAC.

1887 Li

20000
1890 Liberty Head Half Eagle. Proof-64 Cameo (NGC). CAC. OH.

1890 Li

15000
1911-D Indian Half Eagle. MS-63 (PCGS). CAC.

1911-D

32000
1796 Capped Bust Right Eagle. BD-1, Taraszka-6, the only known dies. Rarity-4. AU-55 (NGC).

1796 Ca

52000
1799 Capped Bust Right Eagle. BD-7, Taraszka-19. Rarity-3. Small Obverse Stars. MS-62 (PCGS). CAC.

1799 Ca

38000
1797/5带帽半身像半鹰金币 NGC MS 61

1797/5带

150000
1796/5 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-1. Rarity-4+. AU-50 (NGC).

1796/5

50000
1795 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. Small Eagle. BD-6. Rarity-5. Second S/D in STATES. AU-53 (NGC).

1795 Ca

37000
1795 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. Small Eagle. BD-3. Rarity-3+. AU-50 (PCGS). CAC--Gold Label. OGH.

1795 Ca

45000
1879飘逸长发5美元金币 NGC PF 65

1879飘逸长

190000
1888 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-66 (PCGS).

1888 Th

12000
1882 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. Proof-65 Cameo (NGC).

1882 Th

25000
1858 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. AU-58 (PCGS). CAC. OGH.

1858 Th

9000
1854 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-65 (PCGS).

1854 Th

10000
1912 Indian Quarter Eagle. Proof-67 (PCGS). CAC.

1912 In

42000
1911-D Indian Quarter Eagle. Strong D. MS-63 (PCGS).

1911-D

10000
1904 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle. Proof-65+ Cameo (PCGS).

1904 Li

15000
1893 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle. Proof-67+ Ultra Cameo (NGC).

1893 Li

30000
1883 Gold Dollar. MS-68 (PCGS).

1883 Go

8800
1880 Gold Dollar. MS-68 (PCGS). CAC.

1880 Go

11000

Lot:1142  1798 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-4. Rarity-4+. Large 8, 13-Star Reverse, Wide Date. AU-58 (NGC)

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 14000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2019年2月巴尔地摩#2-白金之夜 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-03-01 05:00:00 结标日期 2019-03-01 07:00:00 拍卖状态 预展
拍品描述 1798 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-4. Rarity-4+. Large 8, 13-Star Reverse, Wide Date. AU-58 (NGC).A beautifully prooflike example boasting a flashy complexion of brassy gold and honey coloration. The strike is uniform and bold, showing just a touch of softness to Libertys hair that is typical for the variety. A few faint hairlines are visible in the right obverse field, and evidence of a strike-through at the Y of LIBERTY serves as a convenient pedigree marker. The diagnostic cuds at the upper reverse rim are well developed, equivalent to BD Die State c/d. Just 13 coins have been certified finer by NGC. Soon after the denominations introduction in 1795, the half eagle became a popular larger denomination coin in everyday use. Production was maintained at a fairly consistent rate beginning in 1797, despite the frequent yellow fever outbreaks for which Philadelphia was well known. During these outbreaks, Mint operations were interrupted often for months at a time, compelling Mint personnel to employ some novel die pairings using whatever was on hand at the time in order to meet demand. The die pairs employed in 1798 used reverses that have been the subject of study for decades. Both the obverse and reverse dies employed for the BD-4 combination suffered from clashing early in their service lives. The obverse die began to crack, while the reverse -- used only for this pairing -- suffered from cuds and cracking. While trying to maintain their usefulness as long as possible, both dies were lapped, but even this could not prevent them from failing completely not long after the present specimen was struck. Out of the reported mintage of 24,867 half eagles, between 5,000 and 7,000 coins were struck from this die pair before die failure, making this the most available of all the 1798 half eagle varieties and all pre-1800 half eagles in general. The BD-4 is far from common in part due to the rampant speculation and meltings of the 1820s -- no more than 100 specimens likely survive for numismatists. This is an ideal choice for the numismatist seeking to assemble a first-class display of early type gold.