July 2017 - - Pre-ANA issue, plus newps  
July 16, 2017
 
The Upcoming ANA Show in Denver
The ANA's World's Fair of Money (which we call the ANA Annual Convention) will be held in Denver August 1 - 5, 2017.  I won't have a table at Denver for the reasons outlined in my February newsletter.  But I will be happy to bring coins along that you might want to examine, and possibly purchase, at the show.  To set this up, you will have to contact me to let me know what those coins are.  To contact me at the show, the easiest way is to text me at 717-579-8238.  Please note that I will be at the show August 1 - 3 only, and since I will not have a table, the number of coins I will have will be limited.          
 
And, now for the Newps
Now, on to the newps!  I acquired five really great coins:

1.  An 1820 STATESOFAMERICA dime in PCGS XF-45 with very nice, but not overpowering, color.  It is difficult to find this coin in this high grade with nice color.
1820 STATESOFAMERICA dime PCGS XF-45 CAC

2.  An 1806 B-8 quarter in PCGS Fine details, scratched.  It is a really nice example of this R6 rarity, and is the 4th such coin I have handled.  Its price is just slightly above what a cleaned AG sold for at Heritage last year.
1806 B-8 quarter PCGS Fine details_ scratch

3.  An 1859 half dollar in PCGS PR-64 with wonderful toning on both sides.
1859 Half PCGS PR-64

4.  The most outstanding Roanoke half I have ever seen.  It is a PCGS MS-67 with a CAC sticker with fabulous toning, which is more red in person than in my photo.
1937 Roanoke half PCGS MS-67 CAC

5.  The only 1912 Matte Proof Lincoln cent graded PR-67BN by PCGS.  It has wonderful color and would fit into the finest set of matte proof Lincoln cents.
1912 Matte Proof Lincoln cent_ PCGS PR-67BN

I also have the new 5th edition of The Ultimate Guide to Attributing Capped Bust Half Dollars by Glenn Peterson, and a very unusual item:  a 45 record (yes, most of you remember what a 45 record is) entitled "Our Love Is Rarer Than A 1909-S.V.D.B. Cent".  I have several of each of these two items.

Please contact me at (863)314-6872 or (717)579-8238 (cell), or email me at
richuhrichcoins@comcast.net and let me know the coin(s) you want.
   
Bust Dimes 1820 STATESOFAMERICA, PCGS XF-45 CAC 4,950
Bust Quarters 1806 B-8 R6 PCGS Fine details, scratched 11,950
Seated Halves 1859 Half PCGS PR-64, gorgeous toning! 4,950
Seated Halves 1877 Open Bud WB-101 PCGS G-6 595
Commemoratives 1937 Roanoke half, PCGS MS-67 CAC, super toning 9,850
Half Cents & Cents 1912 Lincoln cent PCGS PR67BN, wonderful toning! 10,950
Nickels 1873 Nickel FS-1301 Large/Small Date PCGS XF-45 5,000
Nickels 1914/3-S EF-40 400
Nickels 1918-S 2 feathers VF-20 225
Nickels 1920-D 2 feathers VF-20, rev. scrs. 275
Gold Coins Anna Harrison First Spouse Unc. w/box & COA 660
Gold Coins Julia Tyler First Spouse Unc. w/box & COA 995
Gold Coins Abigail Fillmore First Spouse Unc. w/box & COA 650
Books Ultimate Guide to Attributing Capped Bust Half Dollars (Peterson) - - new 5th edition 85
Books Record (45) "Our Love Is Rarer Than A 1909-S.V.D.B. Cent" by The Rockway's 10
      
 
Upcoming Events
My next show is the ANA Annual Convention in Denver, August 1 thru 3 at the Colorado Convention Center, Hall F.  Please refer to the top paragraph in this newsletter for details on how to contact me at the show.
    
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