1793 LARGE CENT -
No Proofs are known of this variety.
This was the only use of the obverse die.
The reverse die of this variety was also used on:
1793 Sheldon 4
1793 Sheldon NC-1
Images courtesy of Heritage
NGC MS-64 Brown.
American Numismatic Rarities 07/2003,
Net grade EF-45, Sharpness grade
AU-50-55. Auctions by Bowers and Merena, Inc.'s "The
Norweb Collection: Early American and U.S. Coins, Part III", November
14-15, 1988, Lot 2686, "Close date" Purchased from Abe
Kosoff's sale of the T.J. Clarke Collection (April 1956, lot 3);
earlier from Stack's sale of the Anderson-Dupont Collection (September
1954, lot 3"
NGC EF-40 Brown.
Bowers and Merena 01/2002:20, $17,250.00
EF-40. Stack's "The Marvin Taichert Collection of U.S.
Type Coins", May 9, 2001, Lot 6, plated, sold for $37,950.00
Ex: Auction '90 (Superior's session, August 11, lot 1008)
NGC EF-40 Brown. Bowers & Merena Galleries 01/2001:10, $20,700.00
SEGS EF-40 corroded.
Superior Galleries 05/2001:1095, "...EAC grade net F12.", not sold
VF-30, Sharpness of
EF-45. Dr. Roy Sturgeon - Bowers and Merena 01/2002:21, not sold
PCGS VF-20. Bowers & Merena May 21, 2001, Lot 1329,
illustrated, not sold
Net grade F-15 to VF-20, Sharpness EF-40. Ex - Auctions by
Bowers and Merena, Inc.'s "The Norweb Collection: Early American and
U.S. Coins, Part III", 11/1988:2687, "Close date, hair retooleded". Purchased privately from Richard Picker
in December 1954
Fine-15, Sharpness of EF-40,
finely pitted and tooled. Bowers and Merena Galleries January 8, 2002:22, $5,290.00
"Penny Whimsy" by Dr. William H. Sheldon
Complete Encyclopedia of U.S. and Colonial Coins" by Walter Breen
Early American Coppers Club