1873 Indian Head Cent Double Liberty Snow-1 Fs-009 Pq Choice Pcgs Ms64bn Nr For SaleCoin sale
1873 Indian Head Cent FS-009 Snow-1 Double Liberty PCGS MS64BN
Year: 1873 Mint: Philadelphia (no mint mark) Denomination: One Cent - US Coin Series Type: Indian Head (Small) Cents Variety: Doubled Liberty S-1 Grade: PQ Choice (MS64BN) Brown Grading Service: Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) PCGS Coin Number: 2115 Population Report: 6/0 PCGS Holder: blue | green | rattler ( new | old ) Composition: 3.11 grams 95.0% copper 5.0% zinc Diameter: 19 millimeters Mintage: 11,676,500 (All Varieties) Coin Universe Price: $30,000.00 General Comments: Grand-Daddy of the Indians, Top-Pop in Brown Return Policy: 14 Days - 100% Refund Less S&H*
Highly Sought After "King of the Indians" With Pronounced Doubling
About These Pennies: These Indian Head Cents which I am offering, and which I will continue to sell until the major varieties of this set AND all Red-Brown (RB) or Brown (BN) mint state coins are sold are from my personal collection of major varieties for this series. This set is a retired registry set The Good Collection. It is currently ranked fifth on the all-time list. Some very nice mint state coins will be offered in the coming weeks, many grading gem MS65. This could be your opportunity to find that bargain you've been waiting for. Each week I will offer approximately three coins in a ten-day sale starting on Thursday evening. The coins will start with the early years and proceed towards the twentieth century.
Grading coins is a subjective endeavor. Every effort has been made to provide photos that assist you in this effort. The photos are of the actual coin you will receive. Consistent with the declared grade the coin well struck with predominantly uniform brown toning on both sides; although, there is the slightest hint of red in the periphery near the rim in spots, on both sides of the coin, and also in the field near the letters "ONE CENT". There is just a bit of weakness in the feather tips; but, all four diamonds are solidly struck. The doubling of "LIBERTY" offers distinct strikes for the doubled letters, and doubling is also readily apparent in the Indian's eye and upper lip. The doubling is pivotted about the 6 o'clock point of the coin, and on this piece doubling can also be spotted in the apparent shadow above the second "S" in "STATES", and also in some of the feather tips. The date, being close to the 6 o'clock pivot point does not show any "double date" doubling (made famous by the 1955 double die penny). This is the highly prized Snow-1 (S-1) variety, also referred to as FS-009 by some variety buffs. There is a significant grade-limiting mark in the reverse field extending horizontally left from the upper left-most point of the shield towards and almost touching the rim; but, it is on the reverse in the field near the rim and away from target viewing areas. This variety is considered to be the "King" of the Indian Head Cent series, and from it's rarity and popularity will always realize great demand. This variety comes to sale infrequently, and it may be a number of years before another mint state offering appears.
The holder is in very good condition, and there is only a some scratches and scuffing in the viewing area. Offered with , this coin will sell at sale and has a starting price under the grading fee. Also, unlike some sellers who wait to see your response, I leave response prior to shipping the coin. That is how sure I am you will be happy with this deal.
Check out my other sales for other certified mint state Indian Head cents.
The Year is 1873: Ulysses S. Grant is POTUS. Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis received United States patent#139121 for using copper rivets to strengthen the pockets of denim work pants. Levi Strauss & Co. began manufacturing the famous Levi's brand of jeans, using fabric from the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company in Manchester, New Hampshire. The Preakness Stakes horse race is run for the first time in Baltimore, Maryland. And in this year, which brewery began brewing beer in the Netherlands: [a] Heineken, [b] Grolsch, [c] Amstel, or [d] Koningshoeven (see answer below)
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Answer: [a] Heineken
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