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

Undated

900
Great Britain--Middlesex. Undated (ca. 1790) End of Pain Halfpenny Token. D&H-829a, W-8986. Copper.

Great B

500
1796 Castorland Medal, or Jeton. Paris Mint Restrike. W-9155. Copper. Reeded Edge. Proof-65 BN (NGC)

1796 Ca

500
1820 North West Company Token. W-9250. Rarity-4. Brass. Fine Details--Excessive Corrosion (PCGS).

1820 No

1500
1783 Georgivs Triumpho Token. Musante GW-54, Baker-7, W-10100. AU-50 (PCGS).

1783 Ge

1250
1783 (ca. 1860) Draped Bust Copper. Restrike. Musante GW-107, Baker-3, Vlack 17-L, W-10360. No Butto

1783 (c

750
Undated (ca.1860) Double-Head Cent. Musante GW-110, Baker-6, W-11200. AU-53 BN (NGC).

Undated

500
1789 (ca. 1792) Washington Born Virginia Copper. Legend Reverse. Musante GW-33, Baker-60, W-10730. S

1789 (c

3500
1789 (ca. 1792) Washington Born Virginia Copper. Legend Reverse. Musante GW-33, Baker-60, W-10730. S

1789 (c

2500
1793/2 Ship Halfpenny. Musante GW-20, Baker-18, W-10855. Copper. Lettered Edge. AU-58 (PCGS).

1793/2

1500
Undated (ca. 1860) Success Medal. Small Size. Musante GW-44, Baker-267, W-10875. Brass. Reeded Edge.

Undated

600
1799 (ca. 1800) Washington Funeral Urn Medal. Silver. 29.12 mm. 131.4 grains. Musante GW-70, Baker-1

1799 (c

1500
1799 (ca. 1800) Washington Funeral Urn Medal. White Metal. GW on Base. Musante GW-72a, Baker-167, Fu

1799 (c

6000
1787 Fugio Copper. Pointed Rays. Newman 1-B, W-6600. Rarity-4. Obverse Cross After Date, No Cinquefo

1787 Fu

9500
1789 Mott Token. Breen-1021, Rulau-E NY 611. Rarity-7. Thin Planchet. Plain Edge. AU-58 (PCGS). OGH.

1789 Mo

1250
1789 Mott Token. Breen-1020, Rulau-E NY 610. Rarity-5. Thick Planchet. Plain Edge. AU-58 (PCGS).

1789 Mo

600
1787 Auctori Plebis Token. W-8770. Rarity-3. EF-40 (PCGS).

1787 Au

550
Undated (ca. 1785) Bar Copper. W-8520. Rarity-4. VF-30 (PCGS). OGH.

Undated

7000
Undated (ca. 1785) Bar Copper. W-8520. Rarity-4. EF-45 (PCGS).

Undated

8000
1788 Vermont Copper. RR-24, Bressett 16-S, W-2200. Rarity-4. Bust Right. VF-20 BN (NGC).

1788 Ve

500
1786 Vermont Copper. RR-9, Bressett 7-F, W-2040. Rarity-4. Baby Head. Fine Details--Planchet Flaw (P

1786 Ve

900
1786 Vermont Copper. Landscape. RR-6, Bressett 4-D, W-2020. Rarity-3. VERMONTENSIUM. Fine-15 (PCGS).

1786 Ve

750
1786 Vermont Copper. Landscape. RR-6, Bressett 4-D, W-2020. Rarity-3. VERMONTENSIUM. VF Details--Env

1786 Ve

500
1786 Vermont Copper. Landscape. RR-6, Bressett 4-D, W-2020. Rarity-3. VERMONTENSIUM. VF-25 (PCGS).

1786 Ve

1500
1785 Vermont Copper. Landscape. RR-2, Bressett 1-A, W-2005. Rarity-3. VERMONTS. VF-25 (PCGS).

1785 Ve

1500
1788 New Jersey Copper. Maris 77-dd, W-5535, Die State 1. Rarity-3. Horses Head Right, Running Fox B

1788 Ne

1000
1788 New Jersey Copper. Maris 75-bb, W-5520. Rarity-4. Horses Head Right, Running Fox Before Legend.

1788 Ne

500
1787 New Jersey Copper. Maris 73-aa, W-5430. Rarity-4. Sprig Above Plow, Plaited Mane--Overstruck on

1787 Ne

5000
1787 New Jersey Copper. Maris 68-w, W-5400. Rarity-5. Outlined Shield. Fine-12 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

1000

Lot:3255  1790年奥尔巴尼教堂便士 PCGS VF 30

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 PCGS VF30
拍品估价 RMB 25000 成交价 RMB 21600
拍卖专场 SBP2019年5月巴尔地摩#4-美国钱币 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-05-24 23:00:00 结标日期 2019-05-25 03:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1790年奥尔巴尼教堂便士 PCGS VF 30

Undated (1790) Albany Church Penny. W-8495. Rarity-7. Without D--Overstruck on an English George II Halfpenny--VF-30 (PCGS).This is a truly notable example of a legendary rarity among early American types. Unlike most Albany Church pennies that we have handled over the years -- and there have not been all that many -- this piece is struck on both sides. The side that PCGS has elected to mount up in the holder displays nearly 50% of the decorative cartouche. The word CHURCH is complete, although the letter C is extremely faint and the adjacent H is also weak, while the word PENNY is also complete despite softness at the base of the letter P. On the other side we note, once again, nearly 50% of the decorative cartouche, but for the central words CHURCH is absent entirely and only the letters NY in PENNY are discernible. Traces of the undertype are faint, yet discernible with patience, the "obverse" (as mounted in the PCGS holder) displaying outlines to King Georges portrait at the left and right borders as well as traces of the Roman numeral II at 4 oclock. On the other side of the coin remnants of the exergual line and the final letter A in BRITANNIA are discernible along the border from 11 to 1 oclock. Both sides are predominantly smooth in appearance with no marks or other post-striking blemishes of note. Warmly and evenly toned, as well, handsome medium brown patina further enhances this coins already strong visual appeal.The Albany Church pennies are attributed to the First Presbyterian Church of Albany, New York and were produced as a result of a resolution passed by the church elders on January 4, 1790. These pieces were intended to provide parishioners with coppers to place in the Sunday offering plates, this at a time when small change was extremely scarce in the area following the coppers panic of 1789. The resolution authorizing these coins is quoted in Q. David Bowers 2009 Whitman Encyclopedia of Colonial and Early American Coins:Resolved: That one thousand coppers be stamped Church Penny, and placed with the treasurer to exchange with members of the congregation, at the rate of twelve for one shilling, in order to add respect to the weekly collections.Two varieties were produced, one without a letter D added to the field above the word CHURCH, as here, and the other with a D added. This letter is thought to be an abbreviation for penny, or denarium, as it was known in the English monetary system. Both types are exceedingly rare with an extant population of fewer than a dozen coins each. This is one of the nicest examples of the Without D variety that we have ever handled, a fleeting opportunity for the astute collector of early American coinage.PCGS Population: just 3; with a further three finer (EF-40 finest).