1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 9-G. Rarity-7. No Coulter. Fine, Scratch (PCGS).

1786 Ne

25000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 10-G. Rarity-6+. No Coulter. VF-30 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

12500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 10-gg. Rarity-7+. No Coulter. VF-35 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

50000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 11-H. Rarity-6-. No Coulter. F-15 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

2000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 11 1/2 -G. Rarity-7-. No Coulter. EF Detail, Environmental Damage (PCG

1786 Ne

20000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 12-G. Rarity-4. No Coulter. VF-35 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

5000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 12-I. Rarity-5. No Coulter. VF-30 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

4000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 13-J. Rarity-6. Straight Plow Beam. VF-25 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

3500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 14-J. Rarity-1. Straight Plow Beam. MS-62+ BN (PCGS).

1786 Ne

1500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 15-J. Rarity-4. Straight Plow Beam. Double struck. EF-45 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

2000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 15-J. Rarity-4. Straight Plow Beam. EF-45 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

750
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 15-L. Rarity-4. Straight Plow Beam. VF-35 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

1500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 15-T. Rarity-3. Straight Plow Beam. AU-53 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

2000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 15-T. Rarity-3. Straight Plow Beam. Double struck. EF-40 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

1500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 15-U. Rarity-5+. Straight Plow Beam. VF-25 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

4000
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 6-D. Rarity-2. Large Planchet, Plain Shield. AU-55+ (PCGS).

1787 Ne

1500
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 6-C. Rarity-5-. Pattern Shield. EF-45 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

750
St. Patrick Farthing. Martin 4g.1-Gh.1. Copper. Rarity-6. VF-35 (PCGS).

St. Pat

1200
St. Patrick Farthing. Martin 4b.2-Aa.1. Copper. Halo around saints head. VF-30 (PCGS).

St. Pat

10000
St. Patrick Farthing. Martin 1c.13-Da.1. Copper. Rarity-6+. AU-53 (PCGS).

St. Pat

2000
St. Patrick Farthing. Martin 1d.1-Ba.1.1. Silver. Rarity-6+. VF-30 (PCGS).

St. Pat

5000
St. Patrick Halfpenny. Vlack 4-E. Small Letters. EF-40 (PCGS).

St. Pat

2500
St. Patrick Halfpenny. Vlack 1-A. Large Letters. EF-40 (PCGS).

St. Pat

2500

Lot:6010  1786新泽西铜币 New Jersey copper PCGS F 15

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 PCGS F15
拍品估价 USD 50000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2019年11月巴尔地摩#8-Pluribus Unum集藏 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-11-16 06:00:00 结标日期 2019-11-16 08:00:00 拍卖状态 预展
拍品描述 1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 8 1/2 -C. Rarity-8. No Coulter. F-15 (PCGS).116.6 grains. Glossy but finely granular, with extremely attractive dark steel surfaces. The devices are sharper than the grade indicated, with good detail on both sides. The shield verticals show good definition, the azure is even crisper, with the center limited by strike as much as wear. The obverse is aligned to 10:00, with the die edge visible from above 3:00 to near 7:30. The reverse is similarly aligned to 7:00, with a raised area outside the die edge from 12:00 to 3:00. Some thin old pinscratches below the date and plow handle blend into both the color and texture of the surface. A few little reverse nicks harm nothing. The die state is perfect, as seen on all three known specimens from this die pair.<p>This variety is among the rarest of all New Jersey coppers, which is all the more impressive considering how distinctive it is in appearance. The Garrett coin, considered second finest known, was the discovery specimen, identified as a new obverse die and called 8 1/2 by sometime in the 1950s when Richard Picker first found it and shared word of its existence with Bill Anton, who ended up owning all three examples known at one time or other. The piece didn’t come from Maris, but it seems likely it was discovered as new and sold to T. Harrison Garrett fairly early; an exploration of the Garrett index card files at the American Numismatic Society may resolve its origin. The Maris 8 1/2 appellation connects this coin to the Date Under Plowbeams, which share the same tiny date numerals and are in the same family of dies. This reverse is married to the Date Under Plowbeam obverse 7, placing this in relative proximity, though Siboni, Howes, and Ish argue this could have easily been called Maris 9 1/2 as well.<p>This was the second example discovered. Richard Picker, armed with the knowledge of this obverse’s existence at a time when it had not yet been published, went out and found this piece, then sold it to Frederick Taylor in 1961. The third specimen was the most recently found, cherrypicked by Picker about 1962. No other examples from these dies have been identified since, and no fourth example is rumored to exist.<p>For its rarity, its distinctiveness, its status as finest known, and its impressive provenance, this is one of the great prizes of the E Pluribus Unum Collection.From the E Pluribus Unum Collection of New Jersey Coppers. Earlier, from Richard Picker to Frederick B. Taylor in 1961; Bowers and Merena’s sale of the Frederick B. Taylor Collection, March 1987, lot 2157; Stack’s sale of the William O’Donnell Collection, January 2001, lot 93; William Anton Collection; E Pluribus Unum Collection, via Larry Stack.