Seated Halves

We recently acquired a fabulous 1859 in PCGS PR-64 with wonderful color on both sides, plus a nice 1877 Open Bud WB-101 in PCGS G-6, and the only known Uncirculated example of the 1841-O Baseball Die Crack Reverse in PCGS MS-62! 

We also have a few 1840-(O) Medium Letters halves incl. WB-12, an 1850-O Repunched mintmark in PCGS XF-40, an 1851-O in PCGS AU-53, a rare Union-issued 1861-O in PCGS XF-45, an 1861-O WB-102 early die state before the die crack, an 1861-O WB-103 in PCGS VF-35, an 1875-S Micro s in PCGS VF-35, and an 1887 in PCGS G-6.  We also have many other Seated Halves for sale including 1839 No Draperys, a nice 1842-O Medium Date in PCGS MS-63, and two decent low-grade 1870-CC's. 

1839 No Drapery EF-40, rare rev. die crack
Was $1,700.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,350
1839 No Drapery PCGS EF-40
Was $2,400.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,850
1839 No Drapery VF-30
Another example of the tough to find 1839 No Drapery. Was $1,150.
Price Reduced
Price: $800
1840-(O) Med. Lett. WB-12 R6 PCGS XF-45
Was $3,450.
Price Reduced
Price: $3,100
1840-(O) Med. Let. WB-12 PCGS F-12
Was $850.
Price Reduced
Price: $725
1840 PCGS F-12
Was $140.
Price Reduced
Price: $115
1840-O PCGS XF-40 WB-13, rare!
Was $495.
Price Reduced
Price: $385
1840-O WB-104 Baseball crack rev. NGC XF-40
Was $1,275.
Price Reduced
Price: $850
1840-O Baseball Crack reverse, PCGS VF-35
Has 4 die cracks on the reverse resembling a baseball. Similar to, and probably as rare as, the 1841-O Baseball reverse but less widely known and thus less expensive. Was $950.
Price Reduced
Price: $850
1841-O Half Baseball Rev. PCGS MS-62
Believed to be the finest known of this rare variety and also the only known specimen in Uncirculated condition. Also, it is a late die state with all die cracks strong. And, it has nice lustre and color.
Price: $14,950
1841-O PCGS VF-20 Baseball Die Crack Reverse
WB-102. The crack from the first S in STATES to the left facing wing is a bit weaker than the others, but it is there. Was $2,750.
Price Reduced
Price: $2,150
1842 Small Date Half NGC MS-63
Was $3,250.
Price Reduced
Price: $3,000
1842 Medium Date PCGS XF-40, WB-104
Attractive light golden toning on both sides. Was $325.
Price Reduced
Price: $275
1842 Medium Date WB-106 Repunched Dt., EF-40, clnd.
Was $300.
Price Reduced
Price: $200
1842 Med. Date PCGS AU-50 WB-105 tripled date
Was $450.
Price Reduced
Price: $415
1842 Med. Date, Tripled Date, WB-105, VF-20, scrs.
Price: $110
1842 Med. Date WB-105 tripled date VF-25, old lt. cleaning
Price: $195
1842-O Half Medium Date PCGS MS-63 CAC
Heritage just sold a PCGS MS-63 example of the same coin for $8,225. Our price is lower, and our net price is even lower! Was $6,750.
Price Reduced
Price: $5,500
1843 ANACS VG-10, retained cud under date
a very difficult variety to find, and usually found in low grade. Was $175.
Price Reduced
Price: $150
1843-O WB-5 EDS repunched 4 VF-35
Was $225.
Price Reduced
Price: $180
1844 WB-102 F-15
WB-6 variety, with repunched 18 and a nice internal cud in the reverse shield. Was $225.
Price Reduced
Price: $165
1846/horizontal 6, VF-35
Price Reduced
Price: $1,000
1847 Tine 1 TDS VG-10
Price: $200
1847-O AU-50
Was $475.
Price Reduced
Price: $360
1847-O WB-3 R5, doubled date, reverse cud, VG-10, clnd.
Was $200.
Price Reduced
Price: $160
1850-O Repunched MM WB-102 PCGS XF-40
A nice original example of this rare variety. The W-B book lists it as R5 in XF/AU. The two scratches on the reverse are on the slab, not on the coin. Was $875.
Price Reduced
Price: $775
1850-S F-12 altered from 1860-S
Date has been altered from 1860-S, to make a fantasy coin, as the San Francisco Mint was not opened until 1854. Alteration isn't the best quality, but this is the first 1850-S half I have seen.
Price: $125
1851 Half WB-104, R-7, PCGS AU-55, very rare
With an 8 in the denticles below 85 of the date. A very rare variety (currently R7) and the second one we have handled. MPD and WB-104 are noted on the holder. The first one of these was a raw EF that sold for over $5,000.
Price: $6,750
1851 WB-104, R-7, PCGS AU-55, very rare
Close-up of the date area of the above coin.
Price: $6,750
1851-O PCGS AU-53
Price: $1,250
1853-O W/Arrows & Rays WB-101 WB-14 EF-40
Price: $400
1853-O W/Arrows VF-25
Was $400.
Price Reduced
Price: $350
1854-O WB-28 VLDS reverse date VF-35
A partial date is visible at the top of the reverse side of the coin. Was $275.
Price Reduced
Price: $200
1856-O WB-102 PCGS XF-45
Doubled date and a very cool looking variety, this is the first example of this variety we have handled. Diagonal lines on the reverse are on the holder, not on the coin.
Price: $300
1858 DDO F-15
original look except for some rubbing in r. obv. field. Was $120.
Price Reduced
Price: $100
1859 Half PCGS PR-64, gorgeous toning!
A very attractively toned No Motto Seated half! Toning is much more complete on the obverse than in the picture.
New
Price: $4,950
1860 PCGS XF-45
Was $350.
Price Reduced
Price: $300
1860 VF-30
Was $185.
Price: $165
1860-O WB-105 WB-10 EF-45 sm. obv. scrs., toned
Was $200.
Price Reduced
Price: $155
1861-O WB-102 EDS no die crack PCGS AU-53
Was $2,750.
Price Reduced
Price: $2,200
1861-O EF-45 Louisiana issue
W-4 variety.
Price: $330
1861-O WB-103 PCGS VF-35
A difficult variety to find, way rarer than WB-102 and slightly rarer than WB-103/104. Was $775.
Price Reduced
Price: $725
1861-O WB-104 speared bud rev. VF-30
slight reverse rim filing above "UN".
Price: $450
1861-S NGC AU-50
attractively toned coin with no marks to speak of. Was $1,250.
Price Reduced
Price: $775
1862 PCGS VF-30
With pleasant toning around the obverse periphery. Was $500.
Price Reduced
Price: $450
1862 PCGS F-12
Was $300.
Price Reduced
Price: $275
1864 PCGS F-12
Price: $250
1865-S PCGS XF-45
Was $675.
Price Reduced
Price: $550
1865-S NGC XF details, clnd.
Reverse die cracks and retained cuds give the illusion of "HALE DOL." as the denomination! Was $575. New picture!
Price Reduced
Price: $330
1865-S PCGS VF details, cleaned
Cleaning is minimal. Was $395.
Price Reduced
Price: $250
1865-S VF-25, nice die cracks on rev.
Was $325.
Price Reduced
Price: $280
1866 EF-45, clnd.
Was $175.
Price Reduced
Price: $155
1867 PCGS XF-40
Price: $385
1869 Half PCGS PR-65 with amazing toning!
The coin is fabulously toned, much better than the photos which have a bit of glare on them. Wildly toned coins such as this one are very difficult to photograph. Was $6,250.
Price Reduced
Price: $4,950
1870-CC G-4
Price: $1,995
1875-S Half Micro s PCGS VF-35
Was $4,750.
Price Reduced
Price: $4,100
1875-S Micro s Half, G-4
Was $500.
Price Reduced
Price: $465
1876 PCGS AU-50
Was $395.
Price Reduced
Price: $300
1876 WB-107, 8 in denticles AU-50
Was $500.
Price Reduced
Price: $340
1876 Half Large/Small Date WB-106 EF-40
Price: $2,000
1876 Large/Small Date WB-106 EF-40
Close-up of date area of the above EF-40 coin.
Price: $2,000
1876 Large/Small Date WB-106 AG3/G4
Was $350.
Price Reduced
Price: $155
1876-S PCGS AU details, cleaning
Was $195.
Price Reduced
Price: $175
1877 Open Bud WB-101 PCGS G-6
New
Price: $595
1877-S, Rev of 1878-S, R5, EF-40, slightly rough obv.
Was $300.
Price Reduced
Price: $200
1877-S Good, graffiti r obv field, Reverse of 1878-S, R5
Was $135.
Price Reduced
Price: $45
1877-S, Rev of 1878-S, R5, NGC VF-35
Was $495.
Price Reduced
Price: $340
1882 VF-35
Price: $875
1887 PCGS G-6
A rare date, particularly in this low grade. Was $895.
Price Reduced
Price: $850