1802 Large Cents

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Photo Year Variety Rarity Sharpness Grade Net Grade Price

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1802 S-227

(#2)

2 40 30+ 3,400.00 Medium brown with smooth, glossy surfaces.  Some scattered marks on both sides.  Tied for Condition Census #17.     A

1802 S-227

(#1)

2 45+ 45 7,350.00 Brown with smooth, glossy surfaces.  Some minor circ. marks.  Tied for Condition Census #7.           A+

 

1802 S-231

(#1)

1 40 35 3,900.00 Stemless. Brown with choice surfaces. Some very minor marks. LDS, with obverse cracks. Removed from a NGC holder graded AU50. Tied for Condition Census #17. A+

 

 

1802 S-231

(#3)

1 45 40 5,350.00 Stemless.  Olive brown with smooth, glossy surfaces.  Some minor marks.  There is a light mark between F    and   A.  A popular Red Book variety.  Ex-G. Wallace;  Abe Kosoff;  RARCOA, 5-1974, Lot 902;  W.R. T. Smith;  Doug Bird;  Gary Ruttenberg;  M&G, 8-17-1996, Lot 218;  CVM;  Jack Wadlington;  Tom Reynolds;  Vic Mrozek.    A+

1802 S-231

(#2)

1 50 45+ 12,000.00 Stemless. Brown with smooth, glossy surfaces. Some reddish verdigris at RT. Some minor reddish-brown toning on the rev. Tied for Condition Census #9. A popular Red Book variety. A+

 

1802 S-232

(#1)

1 45+ 40+ 4,850.00 Brown with smooth surfaces although there is some roughness around the lower reverse due to being struck thru grease on the die. There are some minor marks. There is an old, short scratch inside the obverse rim at 4:30. LDS, with a rim cud over AT. A

1802 S-232

(#2)

1 50 40 4,150.00 Brown with smooth, glossy surfaces.  Some scattered hairlines and minor circ. marks.  There are some tiny planchet flaws.  A

 

1802 S-236

(#1)

1 45 35+ 3,750.00 Brown with some reddish-brown around the profile.  Some reddish-brown below U and around RI.  The surfaces are smooth but there is some very minor planchet roughness above the point of the bust, as made.  There is some verdigris over E in AMERICA.  Some very tiny circ. marks.  Tied for Condition Census #20.   A+

1802 S-240

(#1)

3+ 25 25 6,250.00 Brown with smooth surfaces.  Some very minor marks.  There is a old, faint pin scratch under STATES to the top of O in OF.  LDS, with all the die cracks.   Condition Census #5.          A+

1802 S-240

(#2)

3+ 35 30 9,000.00 Chocolate with smooth surfaces. Ancient, faint pin scratch from hair under R to shoulder. Some faint, light scratches on right obv. field. Some ancient, minor pin scratches on the rev. Some minor circ. marks. Tied for Condition Census #3. A

1802 S-241

(#1)

1 35 35 8,250.00 Stemless.  Brown with smooth, glossy surfaces.  There are some very minor marks.  This variety could be called a "Three Errors Variety" since there is a double fraction bar, it is stemless and the final S in STATES was punched too low and then moved back into the correct position.  Tied for Condition Census #12.  Noyes Photo #58422.  In a PCGS holder graded XF45.      A+

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