Last Newps for 2012!
December 5, 2012
These are our last newps for this year! Highlights include two 1821 JR-2 dimes, a nice 1830 JR-1 dime, five rare Seated dimes, a few semi-key Seated quarters and halves, plus an 1849 Dramatically Doubled Date half in PCGS VF-25, 1851 and 1852 halves, an 1876 Proof half with the misplaced letter on the neck, and mid-grade 1860 and 1861 Seated dollars.
All of our coins including the following newps are posted on our website www.richuhrichcoins.com
. If you see any coin(s) of interest, please call (717)533-2935 or (717)579-8238 (cell) or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve the coin(s)
that you want.
OUR NEWPS ARE:
|Bust Half Dimes||1834 LM-1 3/inverted 3 NGC AU-58||525|
|Seated Half Dimes||1841-O PCGS XF-40 V-3||300|
|Seated Half Dimes||1855-O VF-30||100|
|Seated Half Dimes||1863-S F-12, no Liberty||100|
|Seated Half Dimes||1867-S AU-53||395|
|Seated Half Dimes||1868 PCGS AU-50||625|
|Seated Half Dimes||1868 VG-8, no LIBERTY, some roughness in shield||115|
|Bust Dimes||1814 JR-5 R-3 VG-8 STATESOFAMERICA||375|
|Bust Dimes||1821 JR-2 R-6+ F-VF detail, attempted puncture||2,250|
|Bust Dimes||1821 JR-2 R-6+ G-4 / G-6||1,900|
|Bust Dimes||1821 JR-9 Small Date G-6||75|
|Bust Dimes||1827 JR-12 R-1 G-4||40|
|Bust Dimes||1830 JR-1 R-4+ VF-30||2,150|
|Bust Dimes||1834 JR-3 R-6 VG-8||300|
|Bust Dimes||1835 JR-1 PCGS XF-45||600|
|Bust Dimes||1835 JR-3 PCGS VF-25||375|
|Seated Dimes||1875-CC Below EF-40, F-103 rev. rim cud||295|
|Seated Dimes||1875-CC Below VF-20, F-107a obverse cud||600|
|Seated Dimes||1876-CC PCGS MS-62 F-111 Top 100||1,450|
|Seated Dimes||1885-S VG-10 obv., G-6 rev.||800|
|Seated Dimes||1887-S VF-20/F-12 F-111a R6 reverse cuds||500|
|Seated Quarters||1841 PCGS VF-20||450|
|Seated Quarters||1841-O DDO NGC AU-50||595|
|Seated Quarters||1858-O VF-35||200|
|Seated Quarters||1865 PCGS XF-40||600|
|Seated Quarters||1871-S G-5/AG-3||875|
|Seated Quarters||1873 No Arrows Open 3 VF-20||175|
|Seated Quarters||1891-O F-12 or close||750|
|Bust Halves||1807 Capped O-112 VG-8||250|
|Bust Halves||1810 O-101a R1 PCGS XF-45||575|
|Seated Halves||1846 Medium Date ANACS VG-10||75|
|Seated Halves||1849 Dramatically Dbld. Dt. PCGS VF-25||3,850|
|Seated Halves||1849 EF-45||375|
|Seated Halves||1851 EF, a few digs and scratches||1,650|
|Seated Halves||1852 F-12, cleaned||1,225|
|Seated Halves||1861-O Confed. obv. WB-102 AU-50, scrs. and digs||795|
|Seated Halves||1861-O Confed. obv. WB-102 NGC VF-25||900|
|Seated Halves||1863 VF-35||200|
|Seated Halves||1865-S WB-103, HALE DOL. rev., AU-50, lt. clnd.||425|
|Seated Halves||1870-S PCGS F-15||175|
|Seated Halves||1874 NGC AU details, whizzed||249|
|Seated Halves||1876 misplaced letter on neck, PCI Gold PR-63||1,650|
|Seated Halves||1877 VF-35||125|
|Seated Halves||1882 F-15, cleaned||700|
|Seated Dollars||1860 VG-10||500|
|Seated Dollars||1861 F-12, lt. clnd., scrs.||1,400|
|Trade Dollars||1877-S Trade NGC AU-58||1,000|
|2c, 3c & 20c Pieces||1873 3c Silver Proof-53, small areas of corrosion||1,400|
|Nickels||1866/1866 With Rays F-12 FS-001||400|
|Nickels||1866/1866 With Rays PCGS VG-8 FS-001||350|
|Nickels||1866/1866 With Rays G-5 FS-001.1||145|
|Nickels||1866/1866 With Rays G-4 FS-001.1||125|
|Nickels||1869/69 FS-005.68 Good-6||70|
|Nickels||1913-S Type 1 2 feather No F VF-20||575|
|Half Cents & Cents||2001 Cent Deep Obv. Die Cap PCGS MS-64RD||575|
|Half Cents & Cents||2000 Cent Rev. Die Cap ANACS Unc., scratched||175|
|Commemoratives||1865-A Germany 1P Saxe-Weimar-Eisen. NGC PR63RB||295|
The Importance of Coin Storage
Recently I worked with a collector who had a large group of Liberty Seated coins, mostly varieties, he had purchased over the years. Many of these coins were stored in vinyl flips, which had degraded to the point of affecting the coins inside the holders. These coins had to be removed from their holders, then soaked in acetone, sometimes for hours, to remove the PVC from the coins. Doesn't sound like the fun part of my job, does it?
Here is how you can avoid this situation: Don't use vinyl flips! When we use flips, we use only non-vinyl flips (the brittle ones that don't bend very well.) If you have some of your collection in flips, check out the coins. If the coin has a greasy feel to it, or you can see some of the coin's image in the surface of the flip, then that coin has PVC and needs to be treated with acetone.
Better yet, use slabs or solid plastic holders. For example, the Carl & Josephine Legacy Collection of Bust Dollars (which we consigned to the November Stacks Bowers auction) contained 85 Bust dollars which had been stored in a bank box for nearly 40 years. The collector who assembled the collection had stored all of these coins in Capital plastic holders, and none of the coins had any PVC damage! Therefore, nothing had to be done to the coins, and they realized prices higher than expectations.
Looking Toward The Future
My next show is the FUN show in January 2013. I will be at Table #213 from the opening of the show Thursday, January 10 through Saturday, January 12. Hope to see you there!
All of us at Rich Uhrich Rare U. S. Coins Inc. want to thank you for a great year in 2012, and we wish you joy throughout the holiday season!
- - - Rich Uhrich
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