1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 2b-A, W-6040. Rarity-2. Horned Eagle. AU-50 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

1000
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 2b-C, W-6050. Rarity-5. AU-55 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

5000
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 2b-E, W-6060. Rarity-5. VF-25 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

1000
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 2b-G, W-6080. Rarity-6+. VG-10 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

3000
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 3-G, W-6090. Rarity-3-. MS-63BN (PCGS).

1787 Ma

15000
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 4-C, W-6100. Rarity-4-. Bowed Head. EF-45 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

750
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 4-D, W-6110. Rarity-3+. Bowed Head. AU-53 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

2000
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 4-J, W-6120. Rarity-7. VG-10 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

5000
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 6-G, W-6140. Rarity-4-. Stout Indian. AU-53 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

1250
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 7-H, W-6150. Rarity-7-. Stout Indian. MS-63BN (NGC) (CAC).

1787 Ma

25000
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 8-G, W-6160. Rarity-6+. VG-8 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

6000
1788 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 1-D, W-6190. Rarity-3-. AU-53 (PCGS).

1788 Ma

1500
1788 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 2-B, W-6200. Rarity-4-. EF-40 (PCGS).

1788 Ma

750
1788 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 3-A, W-6210. Rarity-4-. AU-53 (PCGS).

1788 Ma

1000
1788 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 1-B, W-6010. Rarity-2. AU-58+ (PCGS).

1788 Ma

2000
1788 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 1-A, W-6000. Rarity-4+. MS-63BN (PCGS).

1788 Ma

4000
1787 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 6-D, W-5980. Rarity-6. EF-45 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

2000
1787 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 6-A, W-5970. Rarity-6-. AU-50 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

1250
1787 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 5-A, W-5960. Rarity-3. MS-63BN (PCGS).

1787 Ma

3000
1787 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 4-C, W-5940. Rarity-2. AU-58+ (PCGS).

1787 Ma

1800
1787 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 4-B, W-5930. Rarity-5. AU-55 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

1000
1787 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 3-A, W-5920. Rarity-5-. MS-62BN (PCGS).

1787 Ma

2500
1787 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 2-A, W-5910. Rarity-4. AU-58 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

2000
1787 Massachusetts Half Cent. Ryder 1-D, W-5900. Rarity-4. AU-53 (PCGS).

1787 Ma

1200
1787 New Jersey Copper. Maris 48-g, W-5275. Rarity-1. Outlined Shield. EF-40 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

500
1787 New Jersey Copper. Maris 32-T, W-5100. Rarity-2. Outlined Shield. EF-40 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

1250
1787 Nova Eborac Copper. Breen-987, W-5760. Rarity-3. Seated Figure Facing Right. EF-40 (PCGS).

1787 No

700
1787 Nova Eborac Copper. Breen-986, W-5755. Rarity-3. Medium Bust, Seated Figure Left. AU-50 (PCGS).

1787 No

1500

Lot:8015  1787年马萨诸塞州美分 NGC XF 40

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拍品分类 世界钱币>铜币 品相 NGC XF40
拍品估价 USD 35000 成交价 USD 180
拍卖专场 SBP2019年2月巴尔地摩#9-Twin Leaf集藏 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-03-02 04:00:00 结标日期 2019-03-02 08:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1787年马萨诸塞州美分 NGC XF 40
1787 Massachusetts Cent. Ryder 1-B, W-6030. Rarity-7-. Aged Face. EF-40 (NGC).136.8 grains. Glossy olive brown with a hint of mahogany in the fields. Traces of microgranularity in places, though the overall appearance is smooth and quite problem-free. There are a few tiny nicks that may be seen under magnification and a tiny spot of oxidation on the eagle’s head, but there are no serious marks. Struck on an unusually broad flan and remarkably well centered for this issue. A large curved clip did not allow for WE of WEALTH or the final S of MASSACHUSETTS to appear on the flan.pAn exceptional example of this great rarity, believed to be a contemporary counterfeit attributed to the Machin’s Mills shop, yet prized by collectors of this series. Very few are known—Mike Packard is aware of 10 specimens - and most of them tend to be low grade, poorly struck, or on unusually compact flans. This is remarkable for something intended to pass as the genuine article at the time, particularly so when the body of coins it was to go unnoticed amongst was so well made. We have handled very few of these, the most recent being the Peter Scherff specimen in March 2010. That coin was on a very tight flan and very low grade, called Good-4. Prior to this offering, we sold an incredible three specimens in our October 2004 John Ford, Part V sale. The finest of those was this coin; the other two were not only lower grade but on the usual tight flans and struck off center, the second also on a deeply flawed planchet. A case in point regarding the desirability of this issue may be found in the Donald Partrick Collection. Partrick apparently did not own an example at the time the Ford holdings were dispersed, so he bought two of the three!pThis variety was missing from most collections, including the holdings of the Garretts, Frederick Taylor, Richard Picker, John Roper, Eric Newman and Michael Demling. One of the finest resides in the ANS Collection. It is quite similar to this piece in terms of sharpness and overall appearance, with slightly better central definition, but a bit more weakness through the legends. The flan is unclipped, and perhaps just slightly more compact than this one, yet nothing like the inferior pieces usually seen. Perhaps the finest known, as it was cataloged in 1988, is the Norweb specimen acquired from New Netherlands in 1956. It was called “EF-45” in that sale, but noted as “once cleaned.” For sharpness at least, it would likely grade higher by current standards. That places this coin right near the top of the Condition Census. A superior quality specimen and a fine opportunity for advanced specialists.From the Twin Leaf Collection of Connecticut & Massachusetts Coppers. Earlier ex Hillyer Ryder; F.C.C. Boyd; John J. Ford, Jr., Stack’s, October 2004:82; Donald G. Partrick, Heritage, January 2015:5690.