1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 6.4-I, W-2420. Rarity-2. Mailed Bust Right. VF-20 (PCGS).

1785 Co

250
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 7.1-D, W-2440. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Left. EF Details--Cleaned (PCG

1785 Co

1000
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 7.1-D, W-2440. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Left. VF-20 (PCGS).

1785 Co

300
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 7.2-D, W-2445. Rarity-6-. Mailed Bust Left. Dr. Hall Ink on Edge. VF

1785 Co

5000
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 8-D, W-2455. Rarity-5+. Mailed Bust Left. Triple Struck—Partial Obve

1785 Co

2000
1786 Connecticut Copper. Miller 1-A, W-2460. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Right, Double Chin. ET LIB INDE.

1786 Co

1000
1786 Connecticut Copper. Miller 2.1-A, W-2465. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Right, Round Head. ET LIB INDE.

1786 Co

2500
1786 Connecticut Copper. Miller 2.1-A, W-2465. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Right, Round Head. ET LIB INDE.

1786 Co

1500
1786 Connecticut Copper. Miller 2.1-D.3, W-2470. Rarity-7-. Mailed Bust Right, Round Head. VF-20 (PC

1786 Co

5000
1786 Connecticut Copper. Miller 2.2-D.2, W-2475. Rarity-6. Mailed Bust Right, Broad Shouldered or No

1786 Co

6000
1786 Connecticut Copper. Miller 2.2-D.2, W-2475. Rarity-6. Mailed Bust Right, Broad Shouldered or No

1786 Co

3000
1786 Connecticut Copper. Miller 3-D.1, W-2510. Rarity-5. Mailed Bust Right, Scholar’s Head. VF-25 (P

1786 Co

1500
1786 Connecticut Copper. Miller 3-D.1, W-2510. Rarity-5. Mailed Bust Right, Scholar’s Head. VG-10 (P

1786 Co

1000
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 6.1-A.1, W-2390. Rarity-5. Mailed Bust Right. EF-40 (PCGS).

1785 Co

1000
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 5-F.5, W-2385. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Right. EF-45 (PCGS).

1785 Co

2500
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 4.4-C, W-2375. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Right. VF-30 (PCGS).

1785 Co

350
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 4.3-D, W-2370. Rarity-5+. Mailed Bust Right. AU-55 (PCGS).

1785 Co

5000
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 4.3-A.2, W-2365. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Right. EF-45 (PCGS).

1785 Co

500
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 4.1-F.4, W-2355. Rarity-1. Mailed Bust Right, African Head. EF-45 (P

1785 Co

2000
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 4.1-F.4, W-2355. Rarity-1. Mailed Bust Right, African Head. Dr. Hall

1785 Co

5000
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 3.4-F.2, W-2345. Rarity-2. Mailed Bust Right, ET LIR. AU-50 (PCGS).

1785 Co

1000
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 3.4-F.1, W-2340. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Right. EF-40 (PCGS).

1785 Co

500
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 3.3-F.3, W-2335. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Right. AU-55 (PCGS).

1785 Co

2200
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 3.2-L, W-2330. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Right. T. HUNT Counterstamp. B

1785 Co

500
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 3.2-L, W-2330. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Right. VF-35 (PCGS).

1785 Co

450
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 3.1-L, W-2325. Rarity-4+. Mailed Bust Right. EF-45 (PCGS).

1785 Co

650
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 3.1-A.3, W-2315. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Right. EF-45 (PCGS).

1785 Co

500
1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 1-E, W-2300. Rarity-4. Mailed Bust Right. VF-25 (PCGS).

1785 Co

420

Lot:5073  1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 6.3-G.1, W-2400. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Right. EF-45 (PCGS).

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 650 成交价 USD 720
拍卖专场 SBP2019年11月巴尔地摩#7-Robert Martin集藏 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-11-16 00:00:00 结标日期 2019-11-16 03:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1785 Connecticut Copper. Miller 6.3-G.1, W-2400. Rarity-3. Mailed Bust Right. EF-45 (PCGS).151.5 grains. Called “Choice Extremely Fine, Condition Census” by Robert, and described as “the lovely glossy chocolate brown surfaces suggest a grade of AU” in its 1981 auction appearance, this coin is a beauty in the Connecticut series. Well struck at the peripheries, but the inherent planchet roughness and pitting in the original planchet surface weaken the central design details, as seen on many of the late die state examples of this die marriage. The reverse is in an especially advanced state of failure, the left field and adjoining design are deeply sunken, and wave-like lines of stress are noted at the lower and especially the upper reaches of the die; this coin may very well represent the G.1 die’s latest state before it was reworked into reverse E, a metamorphosis that was revealed in the July 1983 issue of <em>Colonial Newsletter</em>. As to be expected of an R-3 die marriage, there are a number of examples that are EF or better, such as Garrett’s, Taylor’s, the 1975 EAC coin, and Oechsner’s, and Robert’s would be competitive in any ranking. According to his notes he owned at least one other 6.3-G.1, acquired in 1982 but evidently sold at some point over the years. We believe he retained this one for the sheer technical hilarity of the advanced die states. As a curious aside, we note perfectly vertical striations along the entire circumference of the edge, perhaps an artifact left behind by the stroke of the planchet cutter.From the Robert M. Martin Collection. Ex Bowers and Ruddy’s sale of the Springfield Collection, December 15-18, 1981; H.I.M. Inc. Sale of November 4, 1983, lot 56.