1C 1851 PCGS MS64RD N-2 NAFTZGER
Super high end. One of the few time that even the copper weenies graded the coin higher than PCGS (they graded it a MS65)!
Here is the description from the auction catalog: Bright original mint red just starting to mellow on the high points, about 90% of the original color remaining. A beautiful, lustrous mint state cent. The only marks are a tiny spot on the right upright of the N in UNITED, a tick on the rim at star 13, and a few light nicks in the field over the back of the head. M-LDS, die state b. The dies are worn and the upper half of the date is starting to weaken, especially the top of the 8. The die lines at the inner curl and throat are gone. Called MS66 and CC#1 in the Noyes census, his photo #30794. Our grade is MS65, tied for CC#1 in the Grellman census. Estimated Value $1,000-UP. Ex C. A. Darnell, Numismatic Gallery 5/3/52:567.
PCGS 24, NGC 14, CAC 3. This coin was lot 1019 from the Naftzger sale which realized $3,335.00.
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