Coin Specifications

Category: Patterns & Trial Coins
Catalog: KM-Pn989
Composition: Copper
Edge: Reeded
Numismatic specification data provided by Krause Publications NumisMaster.
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1870 J-935 50C PF obverse 1870 J-935 50C PF reverse


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NGC GRADE SUMMARY

Total Graded: 9
Low Grade: 64
Average Grade: 64
High Grade: 67


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Auction Prices Realized

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Date
Service
Grade
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Sale / Lot
Price
7/26/2003 PCGS PF 67   Brown Heritage Auctions 2003 July Baltimore, MD. Signature Sale #328, 328/Lot# 10002 $5,750.00
8/18/2004 NGC PF 65   Brown Heritage Auctions 2004 August Pittsburgh, PA Signature Sale #352, 352/Lot# 7981 $5,750.00
1/12/2005 PCGS PF 64   Red Brown Heritage Auctions 2005 Ft. Lauderdale FL. (FUN) Signature Sale #360, 360/Lot# 10475 $4,025.00
5/28/2008 PCGS PF 65   Red Brown Heritage Auctions 2008 May Long Beach, CA Signature Auction #1108, 1108/Lot# 2893 $9,775.00
5/30/2012 PCGS   Red Stack's Bowers The June 2012 Baltimore Auction, 137/Lot# 4071 $4,700.00


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