1919 U.S. Assay Office, New York Cornerstone Laying Medal. Bronze. 76.3 mm. Mint State.

1919 U.

300
1867 Cyrus Field. Bronzed Copper. 102.6 mm. By William Barber. Julian PE-10. Choice About Uncirculat

1867 Cy

1000
1854 (1856) Commodore Matthew C. Perry Treaty with Japan Medal. Bronze. 66 mm. By Francis N. Mitchel

1854 (1

750
Undated (ca. 1860) Daniel Webster. Bronzed Copper. 76.5 mm. Julian PE-37, var. Mint State.

Undated

500
1875 Mecklenberg Centennial. Copper. 30 mm. Julian CM-28, Swoger-2. MS-65 RB (NGC).

1875 Me

700
1876 Nevada Dollar. Silver. 38 mm. HK-19, Julian CM-36. Rarity-5. Proof-63 (PCGS).

1876 Ne

650
1876 U.S. Centennial Exposition. Independence Hall Dollar. Copper. 38 mm. HK-43, Musante GW-916, Bak

1876 U.

500
1876 U.S. Centennial Exposition. Independence Hall Dollar. White Metal. 38 mm. HK-45, Musante GW-916

1876 U.

800
1876 U.S. Centennial Exposition. Declaration of Independence Dollar. Pewter. 43 mm. HK-79, Musante G

1876 U.

700
1901 Pan-American Exposition. Official Medal. Brass. 34 mm. HK-289. Rarity-3. MS-67 (NGC).

1901 Pa

500
1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Official Souvenir Medal. Silver. 33 mm. HK-299. Rarity-4. MS-66

1904 Lo

500
1910 Ohio Valley Exposition. Silver. 34 mm. HK-393. Rarity-6. MS-62 (NGC).

1910 Oh

500
1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Official Medal. Silver. 38 mm. HK-399. Rarity-5. MS-66

1915 Pa

950
1900 Lesher or Referendum Dollar. Bumstead Type, First Reverse. Silver. HK-788. Rarity-5. No. 165. M

1900 Le

2000
1839 Adam Eckfeldt Retirement Medal. Silver. 52 mm. Julian MT-18. Mint State, Polished.

1839 Ad

2000
1968 United States Assay Commission Medal. Bronze. 57.5 mm. By Frank Gasparro and Edgar Z. Steever.

1968 Un

1250
1917 United States Assay Commission Medal. Bronze. 45 mm. By George T. Morgan. JK AC-61. Rarity-6. S

1917 Un

900
1910 United States Assay Commission Medal. Bronze. 45 mm. By Charles E. Barber and George T. Morgan.

1910 Un

400
1901 United States Assay Commission Medal. Copper. 40 mm x 57 mm. By Charles E. Barber and George T.

1901 Un

600
1901 United States Assay Commission Medal. Silver. 40 mm x 57 mm. By Charles E. Barber and George T.

1901 Un

700
Undated Laughter and Tears. Silver. 43.5 mm. 53.4 grams. 999 fine. By Linda Harper. Alexander-SOM 10

Undated

250
1979 Solar Energy and Helios the Sun God. Silver. 73 mm. 256.6 grams. 999 fine. By Donald Borja. Ale

1979 So

350
1978 Dawn to Dusk. Silver. 73 mm. 235.1 grams. 999 fine. By Moissaye Marans. Alexander-SOM 98. Edge

1978 Da

400
1978 Music and Dance. Silver. 73 mm. 233.2 grams. 999 fine. By Robert Cook. Alexander-SOM 97. Edge G

1978 Mu

350
1977 Tutankhamun. Silver. 73 mm. 226.0 grams. 999 fine. By Stephen Robin. Alexander-SOM 96. Edge G,

1977 Tu

400
1977 Mountain Solitude. Silver. 73.5 mm. 202.5 grams. 999 fine. By Harry Marinsky. Alexander-SOM 95.

1977 Mo

350
1976 Mayflower Medal. Silver. 73 mm. 260.5 grams. 999 fine. By Anthony Notaro. Alexander-SOM 94. Edg

1976 Ma

350
1976 All Creatures Great and Small. Silver. 73 mm. 227.5 grams. 999 fine. By Harvey Weiss. Alexander

1976 Al

350
1975 Young Love - Mother Love. Silver. 73 mm. 294.4 grams. 999 fine. By Bruno Lucchesi. Alexander-SO

1975 Yo

400

Lot:108  1836 First Steam Coinage. Original Feb. 22 Date. Copper. 27 mm. By Christian Gobrecht. Julian MT-20.

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拍品估价 USD 1000 成交价 USD 1320
拍卖专场 SBP2019年2月巴尔地摩#1-美国钱币 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-02-28 04:00:00 结标日期 2019-02-28 06:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1836 First Steam Coinage. Original Feb. 22 Date. Copper. 27 mm. By Christian Gobrecht. Julian MT-20. Specimen-20 (PCGS).All devices are fully outlined, both sides with dominant deep copper patina that yields to a blush of lighter rose-brown in the center of the cap. This U.S. Mint rarity was struck as a sample from the original Feb. 22 die (set to coincide with Washingtons birthday) before mechanical problems with the new steam press forced the postponement of its inauguration ceremony to March 23. The die was recut to read March 23 to adjust for the change, with all later pieces bearing the new date. The few known pieces with the original date are typically worn and/or impaired, perhaps because with the date change they had no real purpose, and since they were struck on large cent planchets were tempting to spend, fitting in among the Hard Times tokens in everyday circulation at the time.