1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 24-P. Rarity-2. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. AU-55 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

2000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 24-Q. Rarity-7+. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. F-12 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

50000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 24-R. Rarity-5+. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. EF Detail, Damage (P

1786 Ne

10000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 25-S. Rarity-5+. Straight Plow Beam. VF-20 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

2000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 26-S. Rarity-5+. Straight Plow Beam. EF Detail, Environmental Damage (

1786 Ne

1000
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 27-S. Rarity-5-. Small Planchet, Plain Shield. AU-50 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

10000
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 27-j. Rarity-6+. Small Planchet, Plain Shield. Fine Detail, Damage (PC

1787 Ne

4000
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 28-L. Rarity-3. Outlined Shield. EF-40 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

1000
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 28-S. Rarity-5-. Outlined Shield. EF-40 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

3000
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 29-L. Rarity-5. Outlined Shield. VF-30 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

1000
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 30-L. Rarity-4. Outlined Shield. EF-45 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

1500
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 31-L. Rarity-3. Outlined Shield. AU-50 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

3500
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 31-L. Rarity-3. Outlined Shield. EF-40 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

1000
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 32-T. Rarity-2. Outlined Shield. AU-53 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

2500
1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 32-T. Rarity-2. Outlined Shield. EF-40 (PCGS).

1787 Ne

1500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 23-R. Rarity-3. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. Counterstamped (bird

1786 Ne

500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 23-R. Rarity-3. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. VF-30 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 23-R. Rarity-3. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. AU-58 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

5000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 23-P. Rarity-4. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. VF-35 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 23-P. Rarity-4. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. VF-35 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

400
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 22-P. Rarity-7. No Coulter. VF-20 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

30000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 21 1/2-R. Rarity-8. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. VG-8 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

50000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 21-R. Rarity-7-. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. F-12 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

15000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 21-P. Rarity-5. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. AU-58+ (PCGS).

1786 Ne

12500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 21-O. Rarity-5. Wide Shield. EF-40 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

1000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 21-N. Rarity-3. Wide Shield. EF-45+ (PCGS).

1786 Ne

3500
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 20-N. Rarity-4. Wide Shield. EF Detail, Tooled (PCGS).

1786 Ne

2000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 20-N. Rarity-4. Wide Shield. EF-40 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

3000
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 19-M. Rarity-5. Wide Shield.  VF Detail, Environmental Damage (PCGS).

1786 Ne

250
1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 19-M. Rarity-5. Wide Shield. EF-40 (PCGS).

1786 Ne

2500

Lot:6064  1786新泽西铜币窄盾版 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 23 1/2-R. Rarity-8. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam. Fine-15 (PCGS).108.3 grains. This variety has been sold at auction exactly three times in history, including one appearance of each of the known specimens. Our firm, and our predecessor firms of Stack’s and Bowers and Merena, have been responsible for all three. We last sold this example in 1987, when Michael Hodder described it as follows: “Smooth, dark brown fields; pale golden brown high points. Pronounced obverse die swelling, probably accounting for the rarity of the variety. Perfectly centered reverse, obverse slightly off center to the upper right, affecting only the denticles there. Obverse center weak, due to planchet shape. Apart from the central weakness, all other portions of the design well struck up. Center of reverse shield flawed, as struck. A tiny lamination on reverse above third star.” The softness of the obverse strike, an issue related to the failing of the die, left some inherent planchet striations visible after striking; the same issue is responsible for the flaws at central reverse. In terms of post-striking flaws, we are hard pressed to identify any. The die rotation is essentially perfect medal turn, the same as the Boyd-Ford specimen of this variety.<p>There is no arguing the Condition Census ranking of the three examples known. The Boyd-Ford coin, now in the Anton Collection, is unquestionably the best. Your cataloger’s notes from 2003 note its “good dark brown color,” fairly smooth surfaces, and the few minor scratches and natural striations that make it easily identifiable. Its sharpness is a bit better than this coin. The third ranked coin, sold in our Ted Craige Estate sale of January 2013, is rough to the point of looking cratered, but it remains solidly attributable. This one easily nestles between these two others with its even wear and excellent visual appeal.<p>As described in our discussion of Maris 21-1/2-R, the two varieties have a close kinship and somewhat bridge the gap between the No Coulters and the With Coulter dies that follow. These obverses were clearly executed by the same hand, as they share every stylistic hallmark. The fact that both failed quickly from inherent problems that befell the dies during the hardening process suggests they may have been produced in a similar timeframe as well (a concept that their marriage to the same reverse also suggests).<p>This variety was discovered by Dr. Thomas Hall 14 years after Dr. Maris published, but the Quaker Doctor was still invited to give the new obverse its identifying nomenclature. Since Dr. Hall and Dr. Maris confirmed that piece’s status as new, only two additional examples have been confirmed. This one has been off the market for more than three decades.From the E Pluribus Unum Collection of New Jersey Coppers. Earlier, from Richard Picker to Mrs. Emery May Norweb on October 2, 1956; Bowers and Merena’s sale of the Norweb Collection, Part I, October 1987, lot 1335; William Anton Collection; E Pluribus Unum Collection, via Larry Stack.