Private Cellar




AN 13-A (1804) 1 Fr

France

PCGS MS63

$875


Fabulous French colonial with beautiful color and very sharp strike. Eye appeal is off the charts. I do not know why it is not at least a 64. ***

1720-A 1/3 Ecu

French Colonies

PCGS MS63

$2,600


Very high unc, all original, old toned Choice Mint State example of this early silver French type long collected as part of the American colonial series. ***

1786 NJERSY W-4825, Maris 15-T

PCGS MS64+RB

Straight Plow Beam

Eliasberg

$85,000


One of only two RB New Jersey Coppers ever graded by PCGS,  this is a superb, original piece with virgin red mint frost. Having had the good fortune to view this coin out of the holder, I can say with certainty that it has strong claims to 65RB. The open fields are smooth and unblemished and have never been brushed. Bearing perhaps the most famous provenance in numismatics, ex Bowers May 1996 sale of the Eliasberg Collection, lot #75. ***

1792 Cent

PCGS PR66+BN

Washington, Roman Head

$185,000


Pop 1 - finest known Roman Head Cent. Incredible surfaces and oclor. Only 10-12 known. George Washington as Roman General. CU = 200k.

1801 1C

PCGS MS64BN CAC

$75,000


Finest known Gem for the date and variety. Plate coin in Newcomb, Penny Whimsey and Noyes reference. Incredible cascading die cracks from 1-3 O Clock. Bold Glossy luster and mark free surfaces. Pedigree stretches back over 100 years and includes but is not limited to Low, Ryder, Wayte Raymond, Sheldon, Naftzger, Rothenberger, and Bird. Incredibly important coin for the ultimate collection.

1824 50C

PCGS MS66

$20,000


Gem quality with iridescent natural patina. Pop 6, 4 finer.