Kagins March 2019 National Money Show Auction

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1821 N-2. Rarity-1. Wide Date. AU Details – Corrosion – NGC1057 - 1821 N-2. Rarity-1. Wide Date. AU Details – Corrosion – NGC
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Strong design details remain but the surfaces are uniformly granular when seen under low magnification. Pedigree:
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Sold to i********f.. for (240.00 + 48.00) x 1 = 288.00
 
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1839 N-4. Silly Head. Rarity-1. AU-53 BN NGC.1058 - 1839 N-4. Silly Head. Rarity-1. AU-53 BN NGC.
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Medium chocolate brown with a touch of olive toning throughout. The central devices are bold despite noticeable die wear and metal flow at the periphe
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Sold to n******x for (440.00 + 88.00) x 1 = 528.00
 
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1839 N-5. Booby Head. Rarity-2. AU-55 PCGS1059 - 1839 N-5. Booby Head. Rarity-2. AU-55 PCGS
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. Glossy chocolate brown with bold design features and lasting all-around eye appeal. Absolutely mark-free to the unaided eye, and other than a fleck
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Sold to b*********s for (440.00 + 88.00) x 1 = 528.00
 
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1849 N-12. Rarity-1. MS-65 BN PCGS. CAC.1060 - 1849 N-12. Rarity-1. MS-65 BN PCGS. CAC.
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Glossy chocolate-brown with lively luster and sharply presented devices. Impressive gem quality comes to light with every turn of the holder. PCGS #
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Sold to c*********r for (1,500.00 + 300.00) x 1 = 1,800.00
 
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1857 Flying Eagle. MS-65 PCGS.1061 - 1857 Flying Eagle. MS-65 PCGS.
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This gem Flying Eagle cent represents everything the assigned grade stands for: a crisp and complete strike, satiny and problem-free surfaces, and eye
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Sold to y********m.. for (2,100.00 + 420.00) x 1 = 2,520.00
 
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1857 Flying Eagle. MS-63 PCGS.1062 - 1857 Flying Eagle. MS-63 PCGS.
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The satiny deep golden surfaces of this choice specimen exhibit lively luster and mint frost, with bold mint bloom in the richly defined devices. Stru
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Sold to l*******w for (750.00 + 150.00) x 1 = 900.00
 
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1857 Flying Eagle. Die Adjustment Strike. Mint Error. NGC. Choice AU1063 - 1857 Flying Eagle. Die Adjustment Strike. Mint Error. NGC. Choice AU
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Nearly as made to our eyes and judged solely by the surfaces. This lustrous specimen offers the familiar frosty golden-tan surfaces of a copper-nickel
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Sold to c******2 for (2,200.00 + 440.00) x 1 = 2,640.00
 
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1859 MS-63 PCGS.1064 - 1859 MS-63 PCGS.
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This frosty golden specimen exhibits lively cartwheel activity and solid all-around eye appeal. A nicely struck example of the first year of the India
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Sold to t*********l for (440.00 + 88.00) x 1 = 528.00
 
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1859 MS-62 PCGS.1065 - 1859 MS-62 PCGS.
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This frosty specimen has all the arm’s length eye appeal of a finer grade. The deep golden surfaces glow with pale rose toning and hold up well to clo
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Sold to s**********n for (280.00 + 56.00) x 1 = 336.00
 
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1862 Proof-65 PCGS.1066 - 1862 Proof-65 PCGS.
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The lustrous pale golden surfaces of this gem Proof make it perfectly clear why 19th-century collectors referred to these copper-nickel coins as “whit
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Sold to t*****3 for (1,300.00 + 260.00) x 1 = 1,560.00
 
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