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Browse Catalogue of Stack's October 2006 New York Auction

Limited to: The 71st Anniversary Sale U. S. Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold) U. S. Capped Bust Right Quarter Eagles
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Categories  •  Stack's October 2006 New York The 71st Anniversary Sale U. S. Quarter Eagles ($2.50 Gold) U. S. Capped Bust Right Quarter Eagles
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Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
2026 1796 No Stars. Breen 1, Bass-Dannreuther 2 (R-5) AU $131,000.00
1796 No Stars. Breen 1, Bass-Dannreuther 2 (R-5). A solid About Uncirculated. The obverse shows lustre...
A solid About Uncirculated. The obverse shows lustre in the fields and minor hairlines from circulation, the reverse retains more lustre and is quite attractive as well. The strike is bold on all devices, even the 'E' of LIBERTY is clear although far from bold, as this letter has the unfortunate location of being opposite the eagle's tail, and is always found weak to some degree. No adjustment...  more
2027 1796 No Stars. Br.1, BD-2 (R-5) EF $32,000.00
1796 No Stars. Br.1, BD-2 (R-5). Extremely Fine in strict terms of wear. All major details are pleasingly...
Extremely Fine in strict terms of wear. All major details are pleasingly clear but the surfaces show the effects of jewelry use at one time. Careful examination shows subtle indentations in the denticles suggesting that old, non-destructive prong-mounts were used and no solder was applied to the coin. Although it has had its share of adventures over two centuries, this piece is still...  more
2028 1797 Br.1. BD-4 (R-6+) CH VF $21,000.00
1797 Br.1. BD-4 (R-6+). Choice Very Fine. The surfaces may have been lightly cleaned in the past,...
Choice Very Fine. The surfaces may have been lightly cleaned in the past, and show a bright yellow-gold hue. Moderate wear as expected for the grade. A strong die crack formed on the right side of the obverse die very early in the emission of these, and in fact no coins are known without this die crack. On this middle die state example, the crack has formed a retained cud, with the 'Y' and all the...  more
2029 1802/1 Br.1. BD-7. Brilliant Uncirculated BU $19,000.00
1802/1 Br.1. BD-7. Brilliant Uncirculated. Delightful prooflike surfaces are struck in yellow-gold....
Delightful prooflike surfaces are struck in yellow-gold. An uneven edge area at the lower left obverse and some light hairlines at the left obverse field. Excellent lustre and an adequate strike gives this coin wonderful eye appeal. A mintage of only 3,035 pieces shows just how difficult this date is to acquire.
2030 1805 Br.1. BD-12 CH EF $5,000.00
1805 Br.1. BD-12. Choice Extremely Fine in terms of wear but the coin has been previously cleaned...
Choice Extremely Fine in terms of wear but the coin has been previously cleaned and now exhibits a light greenish-gold tint. The reverse shows a few hairline scratches over somewhat reflective surfaces. The strike is decent with some lustre still remaining. This early Quarter Eagle still has a decent appearance and should be viewed closely.
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