Newcan Coins & Currency
New Brunswick Half Cents (11)
VERY RARE. Full Strike. 80%/70% Gold-red. Nice cartwheel frost on Obv. with neat Die clashing on both sides. Last time we checked this was tied with one as Highest PCGS.
85% Orange-red. Sharp. Normally this issue has very subdued red factor and frost, especially on Rev. Not so this example. This is the most red that Newcan has ever seen on a NB 1/2c. As per normal - clash lines Rev. Newcan grade MS63+ RED. No RED examples at all in the PCGS Pop Report. Razor sharp & VERY RARE. TW 995
Sharp and very scarce. Trends - $1000.
A hint of red on both sides. Razor sharp. Est. - $925.
Full strike with a lots of red in Obv. devices and 25% red on Reverse. Trends $850. VH 538
A brown, full strike Key. Est. - $900.
Traces of red, especially on Rev. Very sharp. Trends - $850.
Dark, even chocolate brown. Sharp. Est. - $775.
Problem-free & sharp. Trends - $700.
1 small scr. in Rev. fields. Newcan grade AU55. AU50 Trends - $700.
It has 10%/40% original red and a few well hidden, very light scrs. on Reverse. Est. $675.
New Brunswick One Cents (21)
VERY RARE. Tied with one as HIGHEST ICCS. Excellent sutrfaces, strike, frost and eye appeal.
75% Red. Full strike. CCDN Retail Guide $2000.
55%/75% Gold-red. Attractive and sharp. Est. $900.
Balanced red in Reverse devices. Obv.- even chocolate brown. Est. $120.
Tons of red remains. Est. $125.
A rim flaw at 4:30 o'clock. Full detail and still OK to the eye. No hairlines; but the Rev. reddish-brown colour is slightly off. Est. $50
Even dark chocolate brown. Est. $25.
|1864||Short '6'||PCGS||MS64 RB|
Very sharp with 40% Red. Scarce. Est. $1250.
|1864||Short 6||NCC||MS64 RB|
Heavy strike & steel-blue frost, esp. on Obv. Light Rev. clashing. Attractive & scarce. Est. $1200.
|1864||Short 6 Over Tall 6||NCC||MS65 Brn. & Rd.|
Ultra heavy frost on both sides.10%/40% Red with excellent eye appeal for the grade. Nest clashing on both sides. Est. $950.
|1864||Tall 6||ICCS||MS60 BN|
Sharply struck with traces of red in devices. VERY SCARCE.
|1864||Tall 6||ICCS||MS60 LB|
Very heavy blue-brown frost. Neat clashing. An underrated SCARCE KEY.
|1864||Short 6||NCC||MS63 Lustrous Brn.|
Strong frost on both sides. Obverse is dark chocolate brown and Reverse is bluish-brown with hints of red beneath. Est. $400
Dark chocolate-brown. Sharp & scarce.
Dark chocolate-brown. Very sharp. Est. $250.
Very tough in VF & higher.
|1864||Short 6 - E Over F||ICCS||Good 6|
Problem free and very scarce.
|1864||Short 6 Over Tall 6||NCC||AU50|
All detail in the laurel leaves, hair and bun is clear. An attractive dark chocolate brown. This variety is about the same re scarcity as the Small 6. Est. $125.
Could easily be graded higher on a different day. AU 50 Trends $115.
|1864||Short 6 Over Tall 6||NCC||AU55 Cleaned|
|1864||Short 6 Wide Date||NCC||F - VF|
Dark brown. Trends $15.
New Brunswick Five Cents (8)
|1862||Raised Tilted 6||NCC||AU55|
Excellent blue-green and gold tone. An above average strike for issue with light cameo on the Queen and considerable eye appeal. Very scarce even without considering the variety. AU55 Trends - $2500.
|1862||Raised Tilted '6'||NCC||Good +|
Even original toning. The scarcest of the 3 varieties for this issue.
VERY RARE and the second finest we have ever seen. Toning is medium blue & gold on both sides with an above average strike and eye appeal.
RARE. Lots of pale gold, mint frost in devices. An above average strike for this typically soft strike Rev. issue. In a Newcan flip with PCGS grading ticket. Trends - $3200.
Even, light to medium gold on both sides. Strike is well above average. Trends - $2625.
|1864||Small 6||NCC||AU50 +|
Well struck Obv. Rev. is much stronger than normal for this issue with the centre design & all digits very clear. Tone is light to medium gold - both sides. Trends - $1750.
Laurel leaves, hair and bun all show strong detail. Eyelid and eyebrow are just beginning to meld. Victoria's braid is slightly flattened at front; which is more a factor due to typical striking for this issue. All beading is sharp and clear on both sides and rims are excellent. Reverse strike is typical. Toning is an even gun-metal blue on both sides. The only detraction with this Key variety is a small dig above the 'CE' in 'CENTS' VF35 Est. $1250
Light gold in devices. Sharp Obv. Typical Rev. Trends - $1275.
New Brunswick Ten Cents (5)
|1862||Double Punch 2 Raised Tilted 6||NCC||EF45|
Rich and even, gold and blue-green toning on both sides. A scarce and very attractive Maritime KEY.
|1862||Double Punch 2 Raised Tilted 6||NCC-ICCS||VF30|
Light to medium slate-gold on Obv. and light slate on Rev. Clear rims with light honest wear and no distractions. From an earlier ICCS collection. Est. $950. RA 183
Untoned but clearly original with lots of mint frost in devices. Very sharp and VERY SCARCE like this. Trends - $3250.
VERY SCARCE in this condition. Even, medium charcoal blue - both sides. Very sharp. Trends - $3250.
|1864||Doubled Obv. Legends||NCC||EF40 Lt. Rub|
An attractive piece with just a hint of rub. Trace toning in devices. Clear detail in braid, hair and bun. As per normal for this issue eyelid is visible at front and back; but flat in the middle. Legends have pronounced Doubling. Trends for an EF without any rub $750
New Brunswick Twenty Cents (4)
Brilliant and original with lots of mint frost in devices, especially on Reverse. All beading, braid segments hair and eye detail are very sharp. Trends - $1100.
Very sharp. Light to medium gold tone. Trends - $750.
Trace tone Obv. Medium slate-gold in Rev. devices. Sharp. Trends - $750.
Eyelid and braid are complete. Problem free and nice. Trends $425