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HALF CENTS

HALF CENTS
Half Cents (1793-1857): The United States minted Half Cent is the lowest face value coin struck and was minted intermittently between 1793 and 1857. All coins were minted in Philadelphia. There are several different types: Liberty Cap (1793-1979), Draped Bust (1800-1808), Classic Head (1809-1836) and Coronet Type (1840-1857).
 
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1793 Half Cent Fine 12 Details ANACS
Item #113230
1793 Half Cent Fine 12 Details ANACS
"Fine 12 Details, Corroded" All obverse detail is visible including a full date, Liberty and portrait with the major parts of the hair detail visible. Reverse shows a bold wreath and most of the mottos visible, though the first part of UNITED is weak, and AMERICA and the fraction are only partially visible. Coin is a dark ebony brown color in the fields, with medium brown color on the high points. The surfaces are highly porous with a coat of corrosion, more visible on the reverse. The first year of the Half Cent as well as the scarcest date in the series. You get lots of detail for the price on this legendary rarity housed in an older ANACS holder. Greysheet is $6,750 in F12, $3,850 in VG8 and even $2,650 in G4!
$2695.00
1793 Half Cent VG Details PCGS Gold Shield
Item #118476
  1793 Half Cent VG Details PCGS Gold Shield
"VG Detail - Environmental Damage" Even darker brown color with a readable date, just a weak on the final digit. The portrait is full with some hair detail visible, while LIBERTY is weakly struck and only partially visible. Reverse is rotated about 20 degrees, and all the detail clear with a bit of weakness in the center. The surfaces have some areas of light pitting and porosity. A larger planchet crack is visible on both sides, along with a few rim nicks. Overall, a nice and more affordable specimen of the first U.S. Half Cent! Greysheet is $3,750 in VG, $2,850 in G4 and even $2,000 in AG3!
$2195.00
1794 Half Cent F Detail PCGS
Item #111580
  1794 Half Cent F Detail PCGS
"F Detail - Tooled" Even dark ebony grey fields with slightly lighter color on some of the high points. The obverse shows a full date, portrait and Liberty with evenly porous surfaces. The reverse is weakly struck, which is common on this very early issue, and shows most of the detail, though it is quite faint. The reverse surfaces show heavy porosity. While the holder states 'Tooled', it seems that it was incorrectly mark as we would think this one would be marked as 'Environmental Damage'. We do not see any tooling marks, just dark, porous surfaces. A very scarce, early Half Cent with just 81,600 ever minted! Greysheet is $1,300 in F12 and $850 in VG8!
$619.00 $549.00
1794 Half Cent F12 Details ANACS
Item #113680
1794 Half Cent F12 Details ANACS
"F12 Details - Corroded C-4a" Pleasing medium brown color with a bold date and all detail clear. There are two mint-made planchet streaks (flaws) running diagonally from the top of the obverse, with some corrosion evident within the streaks. There is also touches of corrosion on a couple letters of the reverse mottos, as well as parts of the recesses of the wreath. The obverse has an area around the rim from 7:00 to 8:00 that is weakly struck. Despite the problems, this coin has nice surfaces overall, and lots of detail for the price! Greysheet is $1,300 in F12 and $850 in VG8!
$625.00
1794 Half Cent VF Details NGC
Item #109478
1794 Half Cent VF Details NGC
"VF Details - Damaged" Handsome deep, chocolate brown color with nice surfaces and strong VF detail. The damage is somewhat minor in comparison with others with this notation, consisting of a couple larger edge hits on each side along with a nick in the right obverse field. The second year of issue for the Half Cents, with only 81,600 minted! Greysheet is $1,700, $1,300 in F12 and even $850 in VG8! A huge discount for the minor problems!
$849.00
1794 Liberty Cap Half Cent Fine Details NGC C-1A
Item #112632
1794 Liberty Cap Half Cent Fine Details NGC C-1A
"Fine Details - Damaged C-1a Low Relief" Even deeper brown color with sharp Fine detail including plenty of hair detail remaining. At arm's length, the coin looks problem free, though with closer inspection there are a myriad of old pinpoint nicks on both sides. The second year of the Half Cent with a mere 81,600 ever minted, and much less in existence today! Greysheet is $1,300 in F12, and $850 in VG8!
$649.00
1795 Half Cent VG Detail PCGS
Item #117756
  1795 Half Cent VG Detail PCGS
Even, deeper brown color with a nice strike and plenty of detail visible for the grade. The date is readable, though the 5 is weak due to about six larger nicks scattered across the obverse, one of which is on the final digit of the date. There is a planchet split at 7:00 on the obverse, and visible on the reverse at 10:30. Reverse has four larger nicks as well, mostly in the central region. A couple edge nicks are visible on the reverse. All detail is visible, and the surfaces are quite with the exception of the nicks. Plain Edge, No Pole
$325.00
1803 Half Cent VF30 Details ANACS
Item #112031
1803 Half Cent VF30 Details ANACS
"VF30 Details - Damaged C-1" Pleasing, even medium brown color with a problem free obverse. Reverse looks problem free at first glance, though there are some old, little scratches on the letter E in CENT. There is also a long, thin mint-made obverse die crack, not to be confused with a scratch. Looks more VF20 detail in our opinion
$179.00
1804 Half Cent VF30 NGC C-13
Item #112204
1804 Half Cent VF30 NGC C-13
Deeper brown color with touches of slightly lighter brown in the reverse fields. Coin has VF to XF detail with a soft strike along the reverse rim from 7:00 to 9:00, making UNITED a bit weak at the top as well as the lower left wreath. A pleasing, problem free example of this early Half Cent! Plain 4, No Stems
$225.00
1806 Half Cent XF Details PCGS
Item #118653
  1806 Half Cent XF Details PCGS
"XF Details - Damage" Lovely, even medium brown color with solid XF detail. There are a myriad of minuscule, pinpoint nicks peppered on the obverse portrait as well as the central area of the reverse. Otherwise, this old Half Cent has very nice surfaces void of any corrosion or porosity! Small 6, No Stems
$210.00
1807 Half Cent F12 NGC
Item #111755
1807 Half Cent F12 NGC
Pleasing even, deeper brown color on this early Half Cent. The surfaces are slightly baggy when examined with magnification
$145.00
1808/7 Half Cent VF Detail PCGS
Item #113831
1808/7 Half Cent VF Detail PCGS
"VF Detail - Environmental Damage" Even, dark ebony brown color with VF detail and some lighter porosity on parts of the surfaces. Coin is fully struck, and all detail is intact. A scarce overdate that gets quite expensive above VG. Greysheet is $950 in VF20, and $410 in F12!
$359.00
1811 Half Cent F Details NCS
Item #112254
1811 Half Cent F Details NCS
"F Details - Corroded Close Date" Dark, ebony brown color with Fine detail and porous surfaces from corrosion. All detail is visible, though the porosity makes parts slightly weak and there is some weakness along the reverse rim at 9:00-10:00. A scarce key date with only 63,140 produced! Greysheet is $1,150 in F12 and $500 in VG8! (NCS is NGC's older holder when the first started certifying coins that were not problem free)
$319.00
1811 Half Cent VF30 NGC
Item #110802
1811 Half Cent VF30 NGC
Lovely, even medium brown color with nice surfaces and no problems. One of the scarcest dates in the series with a scant mintage of just 63,140 pieces. We rarely see this date, and when we do, it's usually a low grade with porous or corroded surfaces. A beautiful, problem free example of this very rare date! Greysheet is $2,200 in VF30 and jumps to $3,500 in XF40!
$2095.00
1835 Half Cent MS64 BN PCGS Gold Shield
Item #109054
1835 Half Cent MS64 BN PCGS Gold Shield
Gorgeous warm brown color with boldly struck detail and nearly flawless surfaces. Has the look of a high end MS65, though there are two little obverse rim ticks that probably kept it from grading higher. Absolutely beautiful eye appeal on this high grade Half Cent!
$595.00
1851 Half Cent AU58 NGC Brown C-1
Item #118961
  1851 Half Cent AU58 NGC Brown C-1
Attractive even, medium brown color with very little wear and nice eye appeal C-1
$219.00
1851 Half Cent MS63 BN PCGS
Item #116283
  1851 Half Cent MS63 BN PCGS
A boldly struck coin with handsome, even medium brown color and a trace of luster remaining around the recesses of the reverse. A scarcer date that has lovely eye appeal!
$325.00
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