Isabelle Scheltjens - Distance creates beauty.
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Sold for: 528 USD
August 2013
1810/09 1C Fine 12 PCGS. PCGS Population (9/64). NGC Census: (2/29). Mintage: 1,458,500. Numismedia Wsl. Price for problem free NGC/PCGS coin in Fine 12: $325.( Registry values : P1) (NGC ID# 224T ,
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 646 USD
August 2013
1811 1C -- Scratched -- PCGS Genuine. VF Details. NGC Census: (2/33). PCGS Population (10/71). Mintage: 218,025. Numismedia Wsl. Price for problem free NGC/PCGS coin in VF20: $925.( Registry values :
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 381 USD
August 2013
1812 1C Large Date, S-288, B-3, R.2 -- Corroded -- NCS. XF Details. NGC Census: (0/0). PCGS Population (0/5). (PCGS# 36505 ) View large image(s) of this item Service and Handling Description: Coins &
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1812
Sold for: 3,525 USD
June 2013
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. AU-53 BN (NGC). Description: Deep chocolate-brown with an underlying chestnut-red glow. The centering is fine, the devices are fairly sharp, and no marks of any
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 650 USD
June 2013
1812 Classic Cent. S-291. Rarity-2. Small Date. EF Details-Damage (PCGS). Description: PCGS# 1561.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1812
Sold for: 141 USD
June 2013
1810 Classic Cent. S-283. Rarity-2. VF Details--Corrosion (NGC). Description: PCGS# 1549.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 1,058 USD
May 2013
1810 Classic Cent. S-283. Rarity-2. VF-30 BN (NGC). Description: These Classic Head large cents are hard to find in high grades, especially with this much hair definition. Scattered light circulation
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 1,939 USD
May 2013
1814 Classic Cent. S-294. Rarity-1. Crosslet 4. AU Details--Burnished (NGC). Description: The well struck devices are essentially complete and seem free of wear on both sides. The charcoal-brown
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 652 USD
May 2013
1814 Classic Cent. S-295. Rarity-1. Noyes Die State A. Plain 4. VF Details--Cleaning (PCGS). Description: PCGS# 1576.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 558 USD
May 2013
1809 Classic Cent. S-280, the only known dies. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B. EF Details--Environmental Damage (PCGS). Description: The deep olive-brown surfaces are pleasing to the naked eye though we
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1809
Sold for: 367 USD
May 2013
1813 Classic Cent. S-293. Rarity-2. VF Details--Environmental Damage (PCGS). Description: PCGS# 1570.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 382 USD
March 2013
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. VF Details--Environmental Damage (NGC). Description: Medium brown surfaces reveal uniform microporosity throughout. Evenly centered and not noticeably marked. A
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 705 USD
March 2013
1810 Classic Cent. S-283. Rarity-2. AU Details--Corrosion (NGC). Description: The deep golden-brown and rose-brown surfaces are uniformly porous throughout. No major marks assail the unaided eye,
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 1,998 USD
March 2013
1810 Classic Cent. S-283. Rarity-2. EF-45 (PCGS). Description: Impressive quality for the date or type collector, as the color is just right with deeper brown fields offset by lighter brown devices.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 1,469 USD
March 2013
1811/0 Classic Cent. S-286. Rarity-3. AU Details--Environmental Damage (NGC). Description: The deep chocolate-brown surfaces of this reasonably sharp Classic Head cent verge on black in places.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 3,525 USD
March 2013
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. AU-50 (PCGS). Description: Deep yet even brown color on both sides and appealing for this tough overdate. Notice the separation on the uppermost curls,
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 482 USD
March 2013
1814 Classic Cent. S-294. Rarity-1. Crosslet 4. VF Details--Cleaning (PCGS). Description: PCGS# 1573.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 1,292 USD
March 2013
1808 Classic Cent. S-278. Rarity-3. VF-30 (PCGS). Description: A visually pleasing specimen from the first year of John Reich´s Classic Head design type. Chocolate-brown surfaces reveal even wear but
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1808
Sold for: 1,645 USD
March 2013
1809 Classic Cent. S-280, the only known dies. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B. AU Details--Improperly Cleaned (NGC). Description: Chestnut-brown and brown-gold surfaces exhibit a brassy rose glow from a
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1809
Sold for: 2,820 USD
March 2013
1812 Classic Cent. S-289. Rarity-1. AU-50 (PCGS). Description: Rare in such high grade as most of these circulated down to much lower grade ranges, and finding an example with full hair definition and
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1812
Sold for: 2,702 USD
March 2013
1813 Classic Cent. S-292. Rarity-2. EF-45 (PCGS). Description: Attractive light brown with areas of tan surrounding the devices on the obverse and reverse. One minor red spot is found below the O of
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 5,581 USD
March 2013
1813 Classic Cent. S-292. Rarity-2. MS-61 BN (NGC). Description: Medium golden-brown with lighter highlights throughout. Struck from worn and stressed dies with metal flow lines drawing the peripheral
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 2,115 USD
January 2013
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. EF-40 (PCGS). Description: Deep golden-brown verging on chocolate-brown in places, especially on the reverse. Overdate details plainly visible under low
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 12,338 USD
January 2013
1810 Classic Cent. S-285. Rarity-2. Breen Die State III. MS-63 BN (PCGS). Sharp Mint State 1810 S-285 Cent The Naftzger Collection Specimen Description: Die Variety: The five known die marriages of
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 211,500 USD
January 2013
1813 Classic Cent. S-293. Rarity-2. Breen Die State IV. MS-65 BN (PCGS). CAC. Glorious Gem 1813 S-293 Classic Cent Tied for CC#1 Description: Die Variety: There are only two known die marriages of
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 352 USD
January 2013
1808 Classic Cent. S-277. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State C. EF Details--Corrosion (NGC). Description: Deep golden-brown surfaces are uniformly granular throughout. From the first year of the Classic design
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1808
Sold for: 188 USD
January 2013
1811/0 Classic Cent. S-286. Rarity-3. Fine Details--Environmental Damage (PCGS). Description: PCGS# 1558.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 25,850 USD
January 2013
1808 Classic Cent. S-278. Rarity-3. Breen Die State VII. MS-64 BN (PCGS). CAC. Exceptionally Well Preserved 1808 Classic Cent Condition Census for the S-278 Dies Description: Die Variety: The
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1808
Sold for: 588 USD
January 2013
1814 Classic Cent. S-294. Rarity-1. Crosslet 4. EF Details--Environmental Damage (NGC). Description: Deep brown with lighter high points. Uniform roughness is noted throughout. From the final year of
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 23,500 USD
January 2013
1811 Classic Cent. S-287. Rarity-2. Breen Die State V. MS-64 BN (PCGS). Condition Census 1811 S-287 Cent Excellent Eye Appeal Description: Die Variety: There are only two known die marriages of the
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 705 USD
January 2013
1809 Classic Cent. S-280, the only known dies. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B. AU Details--Environmental Damage (NGC). Description: Deep chocolate-brown surfaces reveal uniform granularity under low
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1809
Sold for: 164 USD
January 2013
1809 Classic Cent. S-280, the only known dies. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B. VF Details--Environmental Damage (NGC). Description: PCGS# 36466.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1809
Sold for: 30,550 USD
January 2013
1814 Classic Cent. S-295. Rarity-1. Noyes Die State A, Breen Die State IX. Plain 4. MS-64 BN (PCGS). CAC. OGH. Vibrant and Thoroughly Appealing Choice Mint State 1814 Plain 4 Cent The Anderson-Dupont
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 529 USD
January 2013
1814 Classic Cent. S-295. Rarity-1. Noyes Die State A. Plain 4. VF-20 (NGC). Description: The last of the 295 collectable varieties listed by Sheldon. Deep rose-brown surfaces appear faintly
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 48,469 USD
January 2013
1812 Classic Cent. S-290. Rarity-1. Breen Die State IV. Small Date. MS-65 RB (PCGS). OGH. The Finest Known 1812 Classic Cent S-290 Small Date Variety in PCGS MS-65 RB Description: Die Variety: There
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1812
Sold for: 1,381 USD
January 2013
1813 Classic Cent. S-292. Rarity-2. AU Details--Smoothed (PCGS). Description: Deep red-brown surfaces obviously cleaned and no doubt skillfully retoned at some point; a melange of vibrant red, green,
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 28,200 USD
January 2013
1809 Classic Cent. S-280, the only known dies. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B, Breen Die State VIII. MS-63 BN (PCGS). OGH. The Eliasberg 1809 Classic Cent "Extremely Rare" Terminal Die State Description:
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1809
Sold for: 920 USD
November 2012
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. EF Details--Environmental Damage (PCGS). Description: Obviously cleaned at some point with chestnut highlights now taking hold. Surfaces microgranular on both
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 470 USD
November 2012
1808 Classic Cent. S-277. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B. Genuine--Code 97, Environmental Damage (PCGS). Description: Fine Details. PCGS# 1543. Paper envelope with consignor´s attribution notes and EAC
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1808
Sold for: 1,998 USD
November 2012
1811 Classic Cent. S-287. Rarity-2. EF Details--Tooled (PCGS). Description: Deep chocolate brown surfaces yield a more than admirable appearance, especially given the overall mark-free quality. Even
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 12,338 USD
November 2012
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. AU-58 (PCGS). CAC. Stellar Very Choice About Uncirculated 1810/09 Classic Head Large Cent Description: Medium brown at the centers with a few flashes of lighter
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 862 USD
November 2012
1814 Classic Cent. S-294. Rarity-1. Crosslet 4--Double Struck, Second Strike 90% Off Center--VG Details--Corrosion (NGC). Description: Chocolate brown with uniform micro-roughness on both sides.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 1,645 USD
November 2012
1809 Classic Cent. S-280, the only known dies. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B. AU Details--Questionable Color (PCGS). Description: Rose-brown throughout with blue and rose iridescence on the high points.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1809
Sold for: 499 USD
August 2012
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. AU Details--Scratches (NGC). Description: Hard and glossy chocolate brown surfaces are appealing to the unaided eye at first glance, but numerous old pin
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 181 USD
August 2012
1811 Classic Cent. S-287. Rarity-2. Fine-15 Details--Corroded, Scratched (ANACS). Description: PCGS# 36496.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 2,585 USD
August 2012
1814 Classic Cent. S-295. Rarity-1. Noyes Die State A. Plain 4. AU-50 (PCGS). Description: Relatively glossy deep olive brown with a few light marks, one on Liberty´s cheek that draws the viewer´s
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 411 USD
June 2012
1810 Classic Cent. S-285. Rarity-2. EF Details--Improperly Cleaned (NGC). Description: PCGS# 1549.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 4,312 USD
June 2012
1813 Classic Cent. S-292. Rarity-2. MS-60 Details--Cleaned (ANACS). Description: Cleaned long ago but recovered to a medium to dark brown on the obverse and reverse. The surfaces retain luster and the
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 529 USD
June 2012
1811 Classic Cent. S-287. Rarity-2. VF Details--Damaged (NGC). Description: Chocolate brown surfaces exhibit scattered tiny flaws and blemishes. PCGS# 36496.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 280 USD
June 2012
1811 Classic Cent. S-287. Rarity-2. VF Details--Altered Surfaces (PCGS). Description: PCGS# 1555.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 160 USD
June 2012
1814 Classic Cent. S-295. Rarity-1. Noyes Die State A. Plain 4. VG-8 BN (NGC). Description: PCGS# 36517.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 316 USD
March 2012
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. Genuine--Code 98, Surface Damage (PCGS). Description: The damage consists of a moderate number of shallow digs on the obverse and a scratch between stars two and
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 489 USD
March 2012
1810 Classic Cent. S-283. Rarity-2. Genuine--Code 98, Surfaces Tooled (PCGS). Description: The tooling consists of some very light pin lines outlining portions of Liberty´s truncation, nose, hair and
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 13,800 USD
March 2012
1810 Classic Cent. S-284. Rarity-3. MS-61 BN (NGC). Description: An engaging specimen with soft underlying luster on rich rose-brown surfaces. Nicely centered on both sides and well-struck throughout.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 1,035 USD
March 2012
1813 Classic Cent. S-292. Rarity-2--Struck 10% Off Center--VF-20 (PCGS). Description: Chocolate brown with lighter high points and no serious circulation marks -- indeed, the surfaces are essentially
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 402 USD
March 2012
1809 Classic Cent. S-280, the only known dies. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B. EF-40 Environmental Damage. Description: Rather dark olive surfaces with a couple of deeper pits on the upper obverse. Dark
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1809
Sold for: 4,600 USD
March 2012
1814 Classic Cent. S-295. Rarity-1. Noyes Die State A. Plain 4. AU-58 (PCGS). Description: Satin smooth surfaces and highly desirable as such as so many of the Classic Head large cents are found on
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 431 USD
March 2012
1809 Classic Cent. S-280, the only known dies. Rarity-2. Fine Details--Improperly Cleaned (NGC). Description: Chocolate brown with lighter high points, surface roughness seen under low magnification.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1809
Sold for: 7,475 USD
January 2012
1813 Classic Cent. S-292. Rarity-2. MS-61 BN (PCGS). Description: Golden-brown with tinges of yellow and gold intermixed on the obverse and reverse of this elusive Classic Head cent in Mint State. The
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 431 USD
January 2012
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. EF-40 Scratched. Description: Handsome chocolate brown patina to most areas, a few swirls of bolder crimson-russet color are tucked in among some of Liberty´s
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 862 USD
January 2012
1810 Classic Cent. S-282. Rarity-2. EF-40. Description: Pleasing steel-brown with lighter hues on the worn devices and deeper shades in the fields. Smooth wear and surfaces, and nicely balanced for
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 1,035 USD
January 2012
1810 Classic Cent. S-282. Rarity-2. EF-40 Scratched. Description: Really a very appealing piece, glossy copper brown surfaces are generally sharp in detail with the obverse outwardly smooth. Wispy
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 748 USD
January 2012
1810 Classic Cent. S-283. Rarity-2. VF-25. Description: Blended copper and medium brown patina to the obverse, the reverse is appreciably darker with bold olive charcoal toning. Glossy, generally hard
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 2,588 USD
January 2012
1808 Classic Cent. S-277. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B. Genuine--Code 98, Surfaces Smoothed (PCGS). Description: Otherwise olive-brown surfaces reveal lighter orange-brown patina in the more open field
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1808
Sold for: 5,175 USD
January 2012
1811/0 Classic Cent. S-286. Rarity-3. Genuine--Code 94, Altered Surfaces (PCGS). Description: Glossy, overall smooth surfaces are toned in a blend of medium copper and sandy brown patina, the reverse
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 4,025 USD
January 2012
1810 Classic Cent. S-284. Rarity-3. AU-55 (PCGS). Description: Enticing for the desirable surface quality and attractive medium brown satin surfaces. Free of red spots but there are some mottled
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 1,610 USD
January 2012
1814 Classic Cent. S-294. Rarity-1. Crosslet 4. EF-40 (PCGS). Description: Final year of issue for the challenging Classic large cent series, the 1814 comes in two different die marriages that are
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 402 USD
January 2012
1814 Classic Cent. S-294. Rarity-1. Crosslet 4. EF Details--Obverse Graffiti, Repaired (NGC). Description: Deep chestnut brown. Either a W or an M, take your pick, has been partly smoothed from the
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 5,750 USD
January 2012
1811 Classic Cent. S-287. Rarity-2. AU-53 (PCGS). Description: Struck on generally below average planchets derived from poor copper stock, Classic cents of 1808 to 1814 are among the most challenging
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 1,035 USD
January 2012
1812 Classic Cent. S-289. Rarity-1. Large Date. Genuine--Code 92, Cleaning (PCGS). Description: The cleaning is light, and the surfaces present as originally toned in a dominant deep copper patina.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1812
Sold for: 1,092 USD
January 2012
1812 Classic Cent. S-291. Rarity-2+. Small Date. VF-35 (PCGS). Description: This is a well balanced Choice VF with light, generally even wear that has left plenty of bold definition to most design
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1812
Sold for: 2,875 USD
January 2012
1814 Classic Cent. S-295. Rarity-1. Noyes Die State A. Plain 4. AU-50 (PCGS). Description: A spindly die crack (as made) arcs through the lower right obverse from below the digit 8 in the date to the
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814
Sold for: 10,925 USD
January 2012
1813 Classic Cent. S-293. Rarity-2. MS-63 BN (NGC). Stunning 1813 Large Cent in Choice Mint State-63 (NGC) Description: A monumental example of this scarce date and type, as these Classic Head large
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 6,038 USD
January 2012
1809 Classic Cent. S-280, the only known dies. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State B. AU-53 (PCGS). Description: Dominant medium brown patina to the obverse, the reverse is generally lighter in a appearance
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1809
Sold for: 546 USD
November 2011
1810/09 Classic Cent. S-281. Rarity-1. Genuine--Code 97, Environmental Damage (PCGS). Description: Chocolate brown. Corrosion at star 13 and the 0 in the date, another corrosion spot at bottom reverse
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1810
Sold for: 805 USD
November 2011
1808 Classic Cent. S-277. Rarity-2. Noyes Die State C. Genuine--Code 98, Surface Damage (PCGS). Description: Somewhat glossy chocolate brown surfaces yield a scattering of old scratches on the obverse
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1808
Sold for: 546 USD
November 2011
1811 Classic Cent. S-287. Rarity-2. Genuine--Code 98, Surfaces Tooled (PCGS). Description: Deep chestnut surfaces. Small areas of red caking on both sides, some on the reverse with pin scratches. Fine
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1811
Sold for: 1,610 USD
November 2011
1812 Classic Cent. S-288. Rarity-2. Large Date. EF-40 (PCGS). Description: Incorrectly attributed on the PCGS insert as an example of the Small Date Guide Book variety. Deep golden brown with olive
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1812
Sold for: 1,208 USD
November 2011
1812 Classic Cent. S-290. Rarity-1. Small Date. VF-35 (PCGS). Description: The fields are dark copper but reasonably smooth save for a few minor patches of roughness on the right side of the obverse,
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1812
Sold for: 748 USD
November 2011
1813 Classic Cent. S-292. Rarity-2. Genuine--Code 92, Cleaning (PCGS). Description: Olive-brown and chocolate surfaces lightly cleaned at some point. Not marked to any appreciable extent, and
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1813
Sold for: 4,888 USD
November 2011
1814 Classic Cent. S-294. Rarity-1. Crosslet 4. AU-55 BN (NGC). Description: All Classic head large cents in high grade are desirable as so few are wholesome enough to earn a certified grade today.
1 CENT Classic Head (1808-1814)
1814