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ImageItem IDDescriptionSales Price
 
125289COPPER 1850 1C LG MS65+BN CAC$ 1,475.00
CORONET HEAD CENTS (1816-1857) MINTAGE: 4,426.844 - PCGS CERTIFIED GEM MS65 + "PLUS" & "CAC" CERTIFICATION. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 19 MS66 AND 1 1966+.
 
104205COPPER 1851 1C LARGE CENT$ 50.00
 
114215COPPER 1851 LG 1C VF20 NGC$ 75.00
CORONET HEAD CENT (1816-1857) LARGE CENT NGC CERTIFIED VF20 BN--- MINTAGE: 9,889,707. BROWN SURFACES WITH BOLD DETAILS FOR THE GRADE . MINTAGE: 9,889,707.
 
129207COPPER 1857 1c XF40 PCGS$ 210.00
 FLYING EAGLE CENT. PCGS CERTIFICED ETRA FINE XF40. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, ALL DETAILS SHARP. In 1857 the U.S. Mint produced two different cents: the old-style Large Cent and a new smaller cent with an eagle flying left across the obverse. One of the motivating factors for the creation of the new "SMALL" cent was the high price of copper. Each new Small Cent required less than half the amount of copper than the Large Cent yielding significant savings for the U.S. Treasury. MINTAGE: 17,450,000 . NICE ORIGINAL SURFACES.
 
112765COPPER 1995 1C DBLD MS68RD$ 1,350.00
 PCGS "OGH" OLD GREEN LABEL HOLDER MS68 RED - "CAC" == 1 OF 120 with A "CAC none higher" ---1995 1C CENT DOUBLED DIE OBVERSE RED - PCGS "OGH" OLD GREEN LABEL HOLDER. PHILADELPHIA MINT. The 1995 Doubled Die is the last of it kind. Late in the 1990 s the Philadelphia and Denver Mint began using a single hub technique. Single die would strike all dies once, therefore, eliminating the possibilith of striking major double die coins. A VERY NEAT COIN. PCGS CERTIFIED IN "OGH" OLD GREEN LABEL HOLDE R. BRILLIANT FLASHY RED SURFACES WITH NO APOLOGIES, RAZOR SHARP DETAILS, INCREDIBLE EHE APPEAL. ONLY 140 at this grade with CAC " and NONE HIGHER.