EAC Convention Auction Wins

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by kanga, May 21, 2022.

  1. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    These are the two coins I won in the auction:

    1803 C-4 Draped Bust Half Cent, EAC Grade F-12 (12/10)

    1805 C-4 Draped Bust Half Cent, EAC Grade VF-25 (30/20+)
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  3. tibor

    tibor Supporter! Supporter

    Nice wins!! What are your plans with the half cents?
  4. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    To get as many of the date/variety combinations as I can reasonably afford.
    Not surprisingly, as the value goes up, the grade goes down.
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  5. tibor

    tibor Supporter! Supporter

    I've read a few of your posts. The half cents you've posted are top notch.
    From what I see, you've not hit the threshhold you mentioned yet.
  6. Mr.Q

    Mr.Q Well-Known Member

    Nice pick and choose. Thanks for sharing those beauties.
  7. Hamilcar Barca

    Hamilcar Barca Well-Known Member

    Really nice coins, Kanga. I was an avid Half Cent collector about 30 years ago but it faded away. But after seeing your coins I can easily get the spark back. I remember in the mid 1990s I bought an 1811 C2 for $40. Maybe I should have bought more. Thanks for the photos.
  8. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    I've got a 1811 C2 but I'll guarantee you mine cost a LOT more than $40.
  9. Hamilcar Barca

    Hamilcar Barca Well-Known Member

    I remember buying it at a small strip mall coin show in St. Paul and being surprised that was all the dealer wanted. I think he was mostly a seller of Morgans and maybe didn't research it that much. No worries - I am sure I overpaid on a few Little Sisters.
  10. Conder101

    Conder101 Numismatist

    I chased three or four items in the sale. Only bought two and only one that was significant.
    1802 NC1.JPG
    I also picked up on the bourse floor an 1801 NC-1 F-12 net VG-7 (7th finest known) and a 1794 S-38 in G-5. Sorry no pictures of the last two. I'm up to 269 varieties now including 9 NC's.
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    Jack D. Young Well-Known Member

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