1816-1839 Coronet Head Large Cent

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Paul Broccardi, Feb 9, 2017.

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What do you think the date is

Poll closed Feb 9, 2017.
  1. 1818

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  2. 1819

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  3. 1824

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  4. Something else

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  1. Got this Coronet Head. Looks like a kid 150 years ago got bored with their rocks and used it to bash in the date. XD any help on what the date could be? i think it might be an 1819, 1818, or an 1924.
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  3. i posted pretty much the same thread yesterday but it got buried in the second page quickly so i posted it again. Sorry :/
     
  4. GabbyNuggets

    GabbyNuggets New Member

    The last digit can't be a four because it is in a different font.
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  5. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

  6. 1821 is a good guess as well.
     
  7. Gilbert

    Gilbert Part time collector Supporter

    My hat is off to you guys. I can't make out a darned thing!
     
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  8. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

    Clearly!

    19th century
     
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  9. old49er

    old49er Well-Known Member

    The coronet heads prior to 36 were the old looking Matron head types. The Young heads were 36- 39. The only way to id is by attributing using pics. Trying to match the coin itself. This is a young head, so it has to be between 1836-39. You can look here and try to match hairstyles, stars, mouth, denticles, beaded hair band ect...http://www.pcgscoinfacts.com/Coin/Detail/1726
     
  10. you're right @old49er didnt catch that. it is a 36-39 thank you, that norrows it down a lot
     
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  11. CoinG1901

    CoinG1901 Member

    I would have to guess 1839 then.
     
  12. Camreno

    Camreno Active Member

    Same...
     
  13. doug444

    doug444 STAMPS and POSTCARDS too!

    In the Redbook, admittedly simplified, the only dates shown with a dot between One and Cent: 1837-1839.
     
  14. SchwaVB57

    SchwaVB57 Well-Known Member

    Nice call on the younger liberty 36-39
     
  15. Conder101

    Conder101 Numismatist

    It also has beeded hair cords which eliminates 1836, and about half of the 1837's. The head style is what is called Head of 38 and that eliminates all but one variety of 1839. With more work I might be able to narrow it down completely
     
  16. old49er

    old49er Well-Known Member

    I checked a little yesterday. I thought it looked like the 1838 regular strike?
     
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