1838 Pattern Half Dollar. Judd-72, Pollock-75. Rarity-5. Silver. Reeded Edge. Proof-63 (PCGS). CAC.

1838 Pa

4000
1838 Pattern Half Dollar. Judd-73 Restrike, Pollock-77. Rarity-5. Silver. Reeded Edge. Proof-63 (NGC

1838 Pa

5500
1838 Pattern Half Dollar. Judd-73 Restrike, Pollock-77. Rarity-5. Silver. Reeded Edge. Proof. AU Det

1838 Pa

2000
1850 Pattern Trime. Judd-125, Pollock-147. Rarity-4. Silver. Plain Edge. Proof-64 (PCGS).

1850 Pa

4000
1852 Pattern Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. Judd-134, Pollock-161. Rarity-7+. Silver-Plated Copper. R

1852 Pa

7500
1855 Pattern Flying Eagle Cent. Judd-167 Original, Pollock-193. Rarity-5. Copper. Plain Edge. Proof-

1855 Pa

2500
1858 Pattern Flying Eagle Cent. Judd-206, Pollock-242, Snow-PT16a. Rarity-5. Copper-Nickel. Plain Ed

1858 Pa

2200
1858 Pattern Indian Cent. Judd-212, Pollock-263, Snow-PT25, Snow Die Pair 1. Rarity-4. Copper-Nickel

1858 Pa

6000
1858 Pattern Gold Dollar. Judd-225, Pollock-269. Rarity-8. Gilt Copper. Reeded Edge. Proof. AU-50 De

1858 Pa

8000
1859 Pattern Half Dollar. Judd-235, Pollock-282. Rarity-5. Silver. Reeded Edge. Proof-63 (PCGS). CAC

1859 Pa

2400
1859 Pattern Half Dollar. Judd-236, Pollock-285. Rarity-5. Copper. Reeded Edge. Proof-64 BN (PCGS).

1859 Pa

2000
1859 Pattern Half Dollar. Judd-237, Pollock-293. Rarity-4. Silver. Reeded Edge. Proof-65 (NGC).

1859 Pa

2000
1859 Pattern Half Dollar. Judd-237, Pollock-293. Rarity-4. Silver. Reeded Edge. Proof. Unc Details--

1859 Pa

1200
1859 Pattern Half Dollar. Judd-238, Pollock-294. Rarity-5. Copper. Reeded Edge. Proof-64 BN (PCGS).

1859 Pa

1700
1859 Pattern Half Dollar. Judd-238, Pollock-294. Rarity-5. Copper. Reeded Edge. Proof-62 BN (PCGS).

1859 Pa

1300
1995-W Silver Eagle. Proof-69 Deep Cameo (PCGS).

1995-W

2500
Lot of (5) Year Sets, 1943-1956. Mint State to Superb Gem Mint State (Uncertified).

Lot of

3000
1922 Grant Memorial Gold Dollar. No Star. MS-64 (PCGS). CAC. OGH.

1922 Gr

1000
1922 Grant Memorial Gold Dollar. Star. MS-62 (PCGS).

1922 Gr

1000
1922 Grant Memorial Gold Dollar. Star. MS-64 (PCGS). CAC. OGH.

1922 Gr

1000
Original Box of Issue for a 1915-S Panama-Pacific Exposition Round $50 Gold. Extremely Fine.

Origina

750
1915-S Panama-Pacific Exposition Quarter Eagle. MS-62 (PCGS).

1915-S

2000
1915-S Panama-Pacific Exposition Quarter Eagle. MS-64 (PCGS). OGH.

1915-S

2900
1905 Lewis and Clark Exposition Gold Dollar. MS-64+ (PCGS).

1905 Le

1250
1904 Lewis and Clark Exposition Gold Dollar. MS-64 (PCGS).

1904 Le

1000
1903 Louisiana Purchase Exposition Gold Dollar. Jefferson Portrait. MS-67 (PCGS).

1903 Lo

2000
1925 Norse-American Centennial Medal. Silver. Swoger 24Ba-wv3. Thick Planchet. MS-66+ (PCGS). CAC.

1925 No

5000
1936 Wisconsin Territorial Centennial. MS-67+ (PCGS). CAC.

1936 Wi

2900
1936 Wisconsin Territorial Centennial. MS-68 (PCGS). CAC.

1936 Wi

4500
1950-S Booker T. Washington Memorial. MS-67+ (PCGS). CAC.

1950-S

3000

Lot:3296  1836年2美分 PCGS Proof 63

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 PCGS Proof63
拍品估价 USD 8000 成交价 USD 13200
拍卖专场 SBP2019年8月ANA#5-美国钱币 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-08-16 00:00:00 结标日期 2019-08-16 14:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1836年2美分 PCGS Proof 63

1836 Pattern Two Cents. Judd-54a, Pollock-57. Rarity-6-. Silver-Plated Copper. Plain Edge. Proof-63 (PCGS).Obv: An upright eagle with outstretched wings stands on a cloud, the legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around the border and the date 1836 below. Rev: A laurel wreath encircles the denomination TWO CENTS. A predominantly light silver example with much of the underlying copper shining forth from the high points of the devices, in the fields, and at the borders. Fully struck throughout with a pleasingly smooth appearance in hand. The proposed tenth article of the coinage bill that eventually became the Act of January 18, 1837 would have authorized production of a two-cent piece, as follows:And be it further enacted, that it shall be lawful henceforward to coin two-cent pieces of an alloy composed of nine parts by weight of copper to one of silver, and weighing sixty grains. And that the two-cent piece shall be legal tender of payment, according to the nominal value for all sums less than a dime.In the end, however, this article was deleted from the bill and regular issue two-cent production would have to wait until 1864. In anticipation of the earlier authorization, however, Christian Gobrecht and Franklin Peale prepared pattern designs in the autumn of 1836. Apparently these proved popular with collectors during the 19th century because the Mint made restrikes beginning in the late 1850s and likely continuing into the late 1860s/early 1870s. The restrikes are attributable by numerous die cracks on the obverse, which are not evident on the present example. Copper impressions of either fabric (original or restrike) are scarce with plain edge pieces numbering only about two dozen or so coins. According to the uspatterns.com website, some examples of Judd-54 have been silver plated or pickled (mercury plated or dipped), as here.