Newcan Coins & Currency
Newfoundland One Cents (94)
|1872H||PCGS||SP65 RED||VERY SCARCE, appealing and seldom available. 95%/85% Rich golden-red. Reverse has highlights of bright lime-green, magenta and red-orange. Has a couple of minor, unoffensive carbons on Obv. A small one is on the 'T' of 'VICTORIA' and a tiny one is barely visible in front of Victoria's throat. The 2020 Charlton Cat. lists MS65 RB at $1200. Est for MS65 RED $2400 *||$1,675.00|
|1873||Narrow Date - Re-engraved 8 and 3||NCC||MS60 +||Semi-Key date & very scarce in this condition. Even medium chocolate brown. Very sharp Obv. strike. Rev. strike is above average but still shows mushy detail in the upper right Reverse crown. Trends $600 *||$445.00|
|1873||Narrow Date||NCC||EF40||Has the typical softly struck crown in Reverse centre. Has a couple of small, light scrs. well hidden at the very back of Victoria's dress - not distracting. Trends $95 *||$58.00|
|1876H||NCC||MS63 Lustrous Tr. Rd.||Very heavy frost. Underlying hints of red remaining in Reverse periphery with a strike that is far above normal for date. Est. $850 *||$615.00|
|1876H||NCC||AU58||Hair, laurel leaves, braid and bun, all clear and very sharp. Trend $500 *||$340.00|
|1876H||PCGS||AU55||A dark chocolate brown Semi-key that is problem free, underrated & scarce above VF. Trends $410 *||$265.00|
|1880||ROLO||NCC||AU58 BN & RD||A major KEY DATE and only eclipsed in scarcity by the Oval 0 and the 1888. Reverse strike is far above average for this variety - one of the 2 or 3 of the best Reverse strikes we've seen for this typically, very weak Reverse strike. and the coin displays 15%/30% original red *||$925.00|
|1880||Oval 0||NCC||VF20||THE KEY. Without any disturbing hits, rim nicks or spotting. Est. $700 *||$585.00|
|1880||Oval O||ICCS||Fine 15||The KEY. Problem free and with excellent rims *||$500.00|
|1880||Oval O||NCC||Fine 15||KEY DATE. Dark chocolate brown. Trends $575 *||$435.00|
|1885||Without Obverse Planchet Ripple||NCC||AU55||KEY DATE. Clear rims and no problems. Trends $775 *||$555.00|
|1885||With Obverse Planchet Ripple||PCGS||AU55||KEY DATE. Very sharp Obverse. Trends $775 *||$525.00|
|1885||Without Obverse Planchet Ripple||ANACS||AU53||KEY DATE. A pleasing piece with nice detail and no problems. Trends for an AU53 $660 *||$460.00|
|1888||Wide Date - Re-engraved Middle '8'||ICCS||MS65 RED||ULTRA RARE and seldom seen above AU. 90%/95% Golden-red. Obv. strike is extremely sharp and Reverse strike is complete except for a hint of flatness at the top of the right Fleur-de-lys; which is very typical for this series. Newcan has sold some amazing Canadian and Maritime copper; but nothing that compares to this KEY DATE rarity. By leaps and bounds, the finest of this date we have ever seen *||$17,300.00|
|1888||Medium Date||NCC||AU55||KEY DATE. Medium chocolate brown. Trends $1125 *||$775.00|
|1888||Narrow Date||NGC||AU50||KEY DATE. Dark chocolate brown with clear, sharp rims and no problems. AU50 Trends $750 *||$525.00|
|1888||Narrow Date||NCC||VF Scrs. Obv.||Several moderate scrs. on Obverse visible with a glass. Trends without the Obverse scratches $80 *||$36.00|
|1894||Wide Date||NCC||MS64 RB||Scarce. Even & frosty 40% Red. Rev. strike is well above average. Fully struck on Obv. Trends $1850 *||$1,235.00|
|1896||Wide Date||ICCS||MS65 RED||VERY SCARCE. TIED HIGHEST with one ICCS. 90% Gold-red. Carbon free with a strike that is very sharp on Obv. & well above average on Rev. From an early ICCS collection # MG 751. Est. $5000 *||$4,285.00|
|1896||Wide Date||CCCS-NCC||MS64 RED||85%/100% Golden-red. Normal strike - sharp Obverse and well struck on Reverse except the right Fleur-de-lys in crown is a little flat from the typical Convex Reverse. Trends $2000 *||$1,435.00|
|1904H||NCC||EF45||Evenly toned - dark chocolate brown with 8 clear jewels in the horizontal band of Edward's crown. The outline of his ear is complete. Typical strike on Rev. centre & vertical crown jewels.Est. $140 *||$98.00|
|1904H||NCC||AU55 -Lty Clnd.||Medium chocolate brown. Trace hairlines from light cleaning do not detract from this Edward Key Nlfd. cent. Est. $175 - $250 *||$120.00|
|1907||ICCS||MS65 RED||VERY RARE. TIED with 2 as HIGHEST GRADED ICCS. 85%/95% Golden-red. Very strong cartwheel frost, especially Obv. Obv. strike is strong & Rev. is above average with a slight flatness at the cross and jewels to the right of crown centre. A softer strike Rev. centre-right is the norm for Edward NFLD Cents, especially 1904H and 1907. Charlton lists MS65 RED at $4500 and the Canadian Coin Dealer Newsletter of 2008 had it listed inMS65 RED at $7000. From an older ICCS collection - # KN 396 *||$3,960.00|
|1913||PCGS-NCC||MS66 RED-MS66 RED||100%/90% Red. Obv. is full orange-red and Rev. has fiery tones of deep orange-red and gold. Strike on Obverse shows a complete horizontal crown-band with all jewels sharp & centre vertical jewels clear. Cartwheel frost is ultra heavy and eye appeal is strong *||$765.00|
|1917c||NCC||MS66 RB||60% Deep orange-red with very strong frost & eye appeal. Only one trace contact running just under the 'DEI' on Obverse prevents a higher grade. Est. $3000 - $3250 *||$2,250.00|
|1917c||PCGS-ICCS||MS64 RED-MS64 RED||85%/100% Red. Only a few very light contacts On Obverse prevent 65. Ultra heavy frost on Reverse with premium eye appeal. ICCS crossed to the PCGS holder *||$1,085.00|
|1917c||NCC||MS65 MR||Fully struck with 60%/75% Orange-red. Balanced and attractive. Est. $1450 *||$1,065.00|
|1917c||PCGS-NCC||MS65 RB-MS65/64 RB||In a Newcan flip with the PCGS MS65 RB grading ticket included. Gem surfaces and frost on - both sides. Has a moderate area of tone at the Reverse bottom edge. *||$500.00|
|1920c||CCCS-NCC||SP65 Matte RED-SP 65 Matte RD||Excessively RARE. 85%/90% Even Matte RED. Zero contact marks or carbons anywhere. This is the only Nfld. Specimen 1920 cent that Newcan has ever seen. Charlton lists SP 65 Red & Brown at $12000. In the last ICCS Pop Report (2016) none were listed and PCGS shows only one in SP66 RED. Estimate for SP65 RED $18000 *||$15,400.00|
|1920c||NCC||MS62 Lust. Brn.||VERY SCARCE and in the top 5 we have had. Even medium chocolate brown. Est $500. *||$385.00|
|1920c||NCC-ICCS||AU58-AU55||Attractive dark chocolate brown. Nice frost, especially on Rev.; which looks like a 63 or 64. Obv. has light contact in fields and on the King. AU 55 is a very conservative grade. This Key Date would fit nicely in a mintstate set. Cracked out of the ICCS holder with grading ticket included. IC 532 *||$220.00|
|1929||NCC||MS66 RED||85%/90% Gold-red. Very heavy frost and strike with great eye appeal. Est. $2500 *||$1,950.00|
|1929||NCC||MS66 BRN||Ultra heavy frost both sides with a hint of red in Rev. devices. Exceptional surfaces and strong eye appeal. Est. $1250 *||$865.00|
|1929||NCC||MS64 RED||80%/95% Red. Very well struck and attractive. Rev. crown and the King's moustache have full detail. Trends $450 *||$285.00|
|1936||NCC||MS66 RED||RARE. 100% Golden-red with ultra heavy cartwheel frost. Has a few very small, well hidden, static spots that do not detract from the outstanding eye appeal. Est. $1350 *||$885.00|
|1936||NCC||MS64 L. Tr. RED||Has a neat die crack all the way from the King's shoulder, across his ear and front of crown and ending in the 'E' of 'DEI'. It is not at all distracting. Obverse frost is strong and traces of red show in devices on both sides *||$60.00|
|1936||NCC||MS62 BRN.||Medium brown in centre and darker brown in devices. Trends $55 *||$33.00|
|1936||NCC||AU55||Trends $30 *||$20.00|
|1936||NCC||AEF||Dark chocolate brown *||$5.00|
|1938||NCC||MS66 RED||95% Red. Full strike and very strong eye appeal *||$1,250.00|
|1938||NCC||MS65 RED||95%/100% Golden-red. Heavy cartwheel lustre and fully struck. A premium fit for Date or Type. Est. $600 *||$435.00|
|1938||NCC||MS66 RB||75%/65% Red. Full strike, spot free and with cartwheel lustre. Est $525 *||$365.00|
90%/80% Red. Nice cartwheels, especially on Obv. Trends $200.
|1938||NCC||AU50||Dark chocolate brown. Trends $10 *||$6.00|
|1940||PCGS||MS66 RB||RARE. 55%/40% Red with highlights of purple-blue on Reverse and strong frost. Est. $4800.||$3,300.00|
|1940||ICCS||MS64 RED||SCARCE. 80% Red. A strong 64 with no spotting or distractions. Trends $2250||$1,785.00|
|1940||PCGS-ICCS||MS64 BN-MS64 L.BN||Ultra heavy blue-green frost with hints of purple at the rims. Very strong eye appeal for a lustrous brown cent. Est. $650. PQ 411||$425.00|
|1940||ICCS||MS64 Lustrous Brn.||Very strong steel-blue, cartwheel frost on both sides. Est. $650 *||$470.00|
|1940||ICCS||AU55||Removed from the ICCS holder. Grading ticket included. Sharp and problem free. Could pass as a nice Unc. Est. $75 *||$55.00|
Very strong frost, especially on Reverse. Heavily re-engraved. Trends $635
Heavily Re-engraved Date. Dark chocolate brown. Trends $525.
|1940||Re-engraved Date||ICCS||VF30||Very heavily Re-graved Date. Dark chocolate brown. Trends $140. ICCS cert. # IR 876 *||$100.00|
|1941c||Doubled Date||NCC||Fine 15 Lt.. Clnd.||Lightly cleaned long ago and appears like a brown & red. Has some light spotting on Reverse. An OK filler for a very tough variety *||$10.00|
|1941c||NCC||MS65 RED||Tied as the best we have listed. 85%/75% Red. Very strong cartwheel frost. Est. $2500||$1,750.00|
|1941c||ICCS||MS64 RED||85% Orange-red. Full strike, strong cartwheel frost and eye appeal. Trends $750 *||$565.00|
70%/75% Orange-red with blue overtones. Nice frost, no carbons, full strike, Gem Obv. surfaces and attractive balanced eye appeal. Est. $450.
|1941c||NCC||MS64 L. Tr. RD|
Well struck with heavy frost and considerable red remaining in Rev. devices. Attractive. Est. $235.
|1941c||NCC||MS64 Lus. BN.|
Nice frost. Full strike. Attractive. Est. $180.
|1941c||NCC||MS63 Lus. BN.|
Ultra heavy cartwheel frost. Full strike. Est. $135
|1941c||NCC||MS 63 Lus. BN.|
Heavy bluish cartwheel frost. Well struck. Est. $105.
|1941c||ICCS||MS62 RB||30%/40% Red. A nice mix of R & B. From an older ICCS collection with certification # CX 218 Trends $75 *||$55.00|
Very attractive - 70% Gold-red; but baggy. Est. $50.
|1941c||NCC||AU58 BRN. & RD.||Well struck Obv. Rev. - Pitcher Plant is a weak strike on flower but sharp on the leaves. Est. $20 *||$12.00|
|1941c||NCC||UNC. Clnd.||Even medium brown on both sides. Clnd. but still attractive. Est. $15 *||$8.00|
|1941c||NCC||AU50 +||Even medium brown with mint frost still in devices. Est. $10 *||$6.00|
75%/70% Orange-red. Strong cartwheel frost on both sides. Flashy and nice. From an older ICCS collection. Trends $375. TS 496
20%/25% Red. Ultra heavy cartwheel frost. An easy 64 with enhancing highlights of wine-red & magenta. Fully struck. Est. $350
|1942||NCC||MS62 L.us. BN.|
Heavy blue-brown frost. Est. $65
|1942||NCC||MS62 Lus. BN.|
Nice frost. Contact on cheek prevents a higher grade. Est. $60.
|1942||ICCS||MS60 BN||Very attractive blue-brown frost, on both sides. Removed from the ICCS holder, grading ticket included. From an older ICCS collection. Cert. # VH 625. Trends $45 *||$33.00|
|1942||NCC||AU58||Medium brown. Est. $35 *||$18.00|
|1942||NCC||AU55||Medium brown. No problems. Trends $25 *||$15.00|
70% orange-red. From an older ICCS collection. Trends $125. GQ 647
|1943c||ICCS||MS63 RB||Rich magenta-red frost with peripheral blue highlights. Cracked out of the early ICCS holder with grading ticket included - # OW 951. Est. $85 *||$70.00|
|1943c||NCC||MS62 Mostly Red||Mostly Red - 80%/50%. A bright orange-red cent with very baggy fields; but NO loss of detail. After long term study of Newfoundland and Canadian cents, Newcan has come to the conclusion that the cents produced by the Canadian Mint, especially between 1943 and 1945, may have composition variances other than normal for this series. Newcan speculates that precise composition tests were not high on the list of things to do at a Canadian Mint as millions of tons of spent copper and steel munitions and equipment lay scattered across the entire planet. In addition, the buying power of one cent during that period was significant and as the war moved into its closing phase the lowly cent became an even more important specie to satisfy the economic needs of a Canadian and World economy moving into hyper-drive as millions of fortunate surviving soldiers from both sides, returned to marry, have children, begin gainful employment and rebuild everything. I am sure that many who read this may say - ' Nonsense ! or BS ! ' ; but keep in mind - all the dates from 1943 --> 1945 were the initial transformation years of a complete World economy moving from war to peace. The lack of a consistent metals supply was a recovery problem everywhere both during and after both world wars as can be seen in the common war practice of coins composed of tin, zinc, aluminum, nickel and combinations thereof. Throughout history the content of specie was always preferred as silver and gold and copper; but when required, rulers and/or governments basically made it out of whatever they had available and the average person was expected to shut up and adjust *||$55.00|
85% Red with a trace of blue tone at Rev. 3:00 o'clock to 5:00 o'clock edge. Some light carbon speckles on both sides. Est. $70 SI 632
|1943c||NCC||AU58 RB||Neat struck over delamination at the 'N' in 'IND'. Looks like a much higher grade. Est. $40 *||$25.00|
|1943c||NCC||AU55||Medium brown and problem free. Est. $16 *||$10.00|
|1943c||NCC||AU50||Dark chocolate brown. Trends $10 *||$6.00|
|1944c||MAP||ICCS||MS62 RB||RARE. 70%/60% Red. Has beautiful orange-red, lime-green, gold and magenta colours, especially on Obv. Baggy; but with very strong eye appeal.||$750.00|
|1944c||MAP||NCC||MS62 RB||Very scarce and seldom available in Mintstate. Trends $750.||$675.00|
Scarce KEY DATE. Medium chocolate brown with attractive highlights of blue-green and red-orange frost on Rev. Cracked out of the ICCS holder with ICCS grading ticket included. OW 955
|1944c||ICCS||AU55||SCARCE. Very strong blue-brown frost on both sides. A KEY with very strong eye appeal for a non-mint state cent. From an early ICCS collection - cert # QJ 151 *||$220.00|
With lots of gold-red in devices. Nice. Could also be graded as AU58. MJ 002
Key Date. Dark chocolate brown. Est. $230. CX 220
|1944c||ICCS||AU50||Medium brown and problem free with traces of Red in Rev. devices. Many would have graded it AU55. From an early ICCS collection - cert # UQ 166. Est. $125 *||$80.00|
|1944c||ICCS||AU50||Lustrous medium brown. Trends $125 *||$75.00|
Lots of gold-red in devices; but Obv. surfaces are rough. Est. $125.
|1944c||MAP||NCC||EF40||Struck with an Obverse Die that had map-like delamination. A neat Nfld. Die variety. Est. $70 *||$55.00|
|1947c||NCC||MS62 BN & RD||More brown than red; but still nice and quite sharp. Est. $175.||$140.00|
|1947c||NCC||AU55||10%/25 % original red. Well struck and no carbons. Trends $75 *||$60.00|
|1947c||ICCS||EF45||Traces of red still in devices. Has potential to uograde to 50 or 55 *||$35.00|
|1947c||NCC||VF35||A decent strike with the King's eyelid still clear and no carbons. Est. $15 *||$10.00|
|1947c||NCC||VF30||Even medium brown - both sides. Problem free. Trends $12 *||$8.00|
Newfoundland Five Cents (29)
All major detail and lettering clear. Trends $40
|1873||Obv. 1||NCC||Good 6|
Light even toning. All major detail and legends are clear. Trends $650
|1873||Obv. 2||ICCS-NCC||G6 - AVG/VG10||Perfect rims, all lettering very clear, outline of portrait and braid are unbroken, no visible scratches or digs, original light slate tone on both sides. Many would grade as a full VG *||$245.00|
|1881||NCC||AU58||VERY SCARCE. Exceptional eye appeal. Tons of mint frost in devices. Obverse displays bullseye toning on Obverse with light gold at the rims, blue-green in the fields and red-gold in the centre. Reverse is blue-green in the rim beading, red-gold in devices and untoned in centre. Reverse rims have amazing Cud Die Breaks from 2:00 o'clock all the way to 8:00 o'clock. One of the prettiest Nfld. Victorian silvers we have ever listed.||$2,500.00|
|1881||PCGS||AU53||All detail clear. An original example with mint frost & trace gold devices. Strong Die Rotation. Both the eyelid and the eye brow are distinct. Mint frost in devices. Trends $1685||$1,150.00|
|1881||PCGS||AU53||All detail clear. Eyelid and eyebrow are distinct. Untoned, with mint lustre in devices and strong Die Rotation. Est. $1685.||$1,150.00|
Fully struck with rich gold toning on both sides. Could pass as an AU50 on another day. Strong Die Rotation. Trends $925.
Very sharp for issue and with no problems. Has a good shot to upgrade. Trends $925.
Problem free with steel-blue toning in devices on both sides and nice rims. Trends $275.
|1881||NCC||F12 Damage||Has rim bumps and some damage. Est. $20 *||$7.00|
Even steel-blue toning in devices on both sides. All detail is well defined with eyelid and eyebrow both distinct. Trends $3200
|1885||CCCS-NCC||VF20-VF20/EF40||Problem free and untoned. A very strong EF Reverse with all beading razor sharp. Trends $850 *||$675.00|
An original Key date with traces of tone in devices and no problems. From an older collection. Trends $475 SL 056
|1888||Obv. 3||ICCS-NCC||VF20-VF20/30||Problem free. All major design details complete. Distinct rim beading and full undisturbed rims. Trends $375 *||$280.00|
Original, even light slate toning on both sides. Beading sharp and clear. Nice for a Type or Date set. Est. $150
Problem free with strong rims and all major detail clear. Trends $12
Ultra heavy white frost with a razor sharp strike, gem+ surfaces and upgrade potential. Est. $1500
Heavy frost and light gold toning on both sides. Trends $600.
|1938||ICCS||MS60 Dig & Edge Nick|
Hints of gold and frosty. If not for the problems this piece would have likely graded 64 or 65.
|1940c||ICCS||AU50||Tons of original mint frost. Untoned with strong rims and strike and no problems. Trends $35 *||$25.00|
|1943c||ICCS-NCC||MS64-MS64+||Heavy golden frost on both sides with rich blue-green patina in Reverse periphery. An easy 64+. Trends $150 *||$120.00|
Pretty red-gold on Obverse & blue-green & gold on Reverse. Very strong frost and eye appeal. Trends $150.
|1943c||NCC||MS62||Blast white frost. Clashing on both sides. Trends $35 *||$25.00|
Frosty white & sharp. From an older ICCS collection. Trends $175. ZI 517
Heavy white frost. Trends $175.
|1944c||ICCS||MS62 Cameo||Very strong white frost with a touch of gold on Rev. Obv. is 63. Cameo MS62 Est. - $145. RT 314 *||$110.00|
Pretty red-gold toning on both sides. Trends $175.
Light gold tone. A high end GEM. A couple of very light contacts from 66. From an early ICCS collection. Trends $350. KE 730
|1947c||NCC||MS65 Heavy Cameo|
White with just a hint of gold. Est. $1000.
Newfoundland Ten Cents (19)
|1872H||NCC||AU50||Very light gold toning with considerable mint frost in devices. Attractive, well struck and problem free. Trends $700.||$520.00|
|1872H||NCC||AU50||Light gold tone on both sides with mint frost in devices. Trends $700||$485.00|
|1873||Obv. 2 Narrow Date||NCC||EF45|
KEY DATE. Mostly brilliant with a hint of gold on the rims and well struck. Tons of mint lustre in Reverse devices. Only misses a higher grade because the laurel leaves and the eye have trace wear. Trends $2100
|1873||Obv. 2 Narrow Date||NCC||VF25|
KEY DATE. Balanced & attractive charcoal-blue tone - both sides. Problem free, original and attractive. VF25 Est. $650
|1873||Obv. 2 Narrow Date||ICCS-NCC||VF20-VF25||Trace tone in devices on both sides. An attractive, problem free Semi-Key with some mint frost in Reverse devices. Est. $500-$550 *||$410.00|
|1873||Obv. 2 Narrow Date||ICCS||VF20||A problem free Key Date. Untoned; but original and a nice fit to a mid grade set. Trends $500 *||$375.00|
KEY DATE. Rev. is light gold. Obv. - appears dipped; but retoning nicely in light blue & gold. A scarce & attractive Key example - mintage only 10,000. Trends $800
|1882H||ICCS-NCC||Fine 15-VF||Original, medium to dark, even slate-gray toning - both sides. More accuratelyly graded as AVF. A scarce date. Est. $175 *||$125.00|
VERY RARE. Key Date with NONE graded mintstate by PCGS and only one MS60 and none higher in the last ICCS Pop Report. Sharp with all beading and detail in Victoria clear and lots of mint frost in devices. Pale gold tone. Est. $4000.
RARE. Very light tone. Lots of mint frost in devices. Trends $3000.
SCARCE. Untoned; but obviously original & problem-free. Trends $2150.
Very light, gold frost in devices. Trends $350.
Sharp for an Old Portrait. Pale gold tone. Problem-free with tons of mint frost in devices. Est. $1050.
|1896||NCC||VF20||Light grayish gold tone - both sides. No ptoblems. Trends $40 *||$28.00|
Pale gold tone with strong mint frost in devices - both sides. Est. $1125.
VERY SCARCE. Full blast white frost and strike. 1 trace contact from Gem. Est. $3500.
The KEY DATE and RARE like this. Brilliant with strong carwheel frost - both sides, especially on Reverse. Est. $2500.
An underrated Semi-Key. Heavy mint lustre with just a hint of gold on the rims. Trends $250
Newfoundland Twenty Cents (70)
Attractive medium to dark, charcoal-brown tone evenly distributed on both sides. Problem free. Est. $235.
VERY SCARCE. Semi-Key. Enhancing, light to medium gold tone on both sides with hints of steel blue. Lots of original mint lustre under the toning in devices. Trends $1850.
A brilliant, problem free Semi-Key with tons of mint frost in Reverse devices. Trends $1100
|1870||NCC||Good 4||Problem free; but with a typically weak 'CENTS' on Reverse. Trends $15.||$10.00|
|1872H||NCC||AU50 +||Attractive light to medium, even blue-gold toning with strong detail on both sides. Est. $750||$460.00|
Strong detail in hair, bun, leaves, braid and eye. Enhancing, lustrous gold tone in devices, especially on Reverse. An attractive, problem free example for a date or type set. Trends $750
Light gold - both sides. Lots of mint frost still in devices. Eyelid is distinct from eye brow. Problem free. Trends $500.
Rev. - has a small bruise in 7:00 o'clock devices.
Problem-free. Enhancing gold tone, especially on Reverse. Nice eye appeal. Very strong strike - both sides. Trends $1800
|1873||ICCS-NCC||Fine 12-F/AVF||Even, light to medium, gunmetal grey - both sides. Problem free and with an unusually strong Reverse for this normally weak strike date. Est. $100 + *||$80.00|
|1876H||' NEWFOUNDLAND ' - Heavily Re-engraved||ICCS||VF30|
The following letters in ' NEWFOUNDLAND ' are all heavily re-engraved - the first N, the F, the second N, the first D, the A, the last N and the last D. There are 2 broken letters in ' NEWFOUNDLAND ' that should have been re-cut; but were ignored by the engraver ? All braid segments are all well defined. Est. $350 - $500
Semi-Key. Light even gold tone on both sides. Some mint lustre still showing in devices, VF35 Trends $370
KEY DATE. Clear rims and slate toning on both sides. Trends $175.
|1881||PCGS||AU50||SCARCE. Sharp. Eyelid & eyebrow are well separated.Light gold tone - both sides. Mint frost in devices, especially on Rev. Semi-Key. Trends $1100.||$770.00|
Sharp. Eyelid distinct. No problems. Untoned but original with mint frost still in devices. Trends $800.
|1881||NCC||VF30 Rim Nicks||This coin has 3 or 4 light rim bumps . VF30 without any damage Est $240. VF30 with the damage Est. $90 *||$45.00|
|1882H||Ex. King Farouk collection and Norweb collection||NCC||AU58||Very sharp strike; which is seldom found on Old Portrait issue. ALL detail is fully visible & surfaces are without impairment on both sides. Lots of mint lustre under even, gunmetal blue and medium gold tone. Very scarce to find in this grade. AU58 Est. $2000. Ex : King Farouk 1954 Auction - Lot # 2367 and then Ex : Norweb 1996 Auction Lot # 632 *||$1,385.00|
Lots of golden mint frost in devices, especially on Reverse. Sharp and very attractive. Trends $1050
Semi-Key Date. Light gold tone. Mint lustre in devices, especially on Rev. Full braid, hair and eyelid. Trends $1050.
All braid segments showing. Light grayish-gold toning in devices on both sides. Trends $300.
Has a matte appearance - looks as if it was over dipped; but it has no hairlines. All braid segments clear and all beading very sharp. Trace gold tone in lettering. Trend $300.
All braid segments and eyelid showing. Has a modest cut below eye - not distracting. Lots of mint lustre in devices. Est. $165
|1888||NCC||Fine 15||Even light slate tone on both sides. Trends $60 *||$43.00|
Problem free. All major detail showing. Trends $22
Original light slate tone - both sides. Has 2 small digs on Obv.
Eyelid is distinct, rims are sharp & deep & unimpaired. Trace gold tone & mint frost in Rev. devices. Trends $700
Braid segments, eyelid and all beading clear. Trace gold in Rev. devices. Sharp, clear rims. Trends $700
|1890||ICCS||VF20||Light to medium, rich slate-gold tone on both sides. Attractive & balanced. All braid segments and eyelid still showing. Trends $85 *||$64.00|
|1890||NCC||F/VF||Lightly toned and problem free. Est. $35 *||$20.00|
Untoned; but original. Sharp with lots of mint frost in devices. Problem free. Trends $700.
Light gold tone on both sides. Lots of mint frost in devices, especially on Reverse. Full braid with eyelid and eyebrown both, very clear. Trends $500
Eyelid and all braid segments complete. Light gold mint frost in devices, especially on Reverse. Trends $300
Original; but untoned. Interesting 'Struck-over Delamination' at the eye; but eyelid is still very clear. Trends $120.
|1896||SD Obv. 2||PCGS||AU53||Underrated. Only 8 pieces higher by PCGS - 5 at AU55, 2 at 58 and the lone mintstate at 64. Light to medium greenish-gold tone on both sides. Eyelid is fully separate from the eyebrow. Scarce in this advanced grade. Est. $1400.||$985.00|
|1896||SD Obv. 2||ICCS||EF45|
Lustrous light gold toning - both sides. All beading, braid segments and eye detail - sharp and clear. Has a good chance to upgrade. Slated to be re-certified. Trends $600.
|1896||LD Obv. 1||NCC||EF45|
Although the ICCS Pop Report shows approx. the same number, in Newcan's experience the LD appears less often than the SD. Very sharp. The eyelid & eyebrow are well separated. Tons of mint frost in devices. Very pale gold tone. Has a shot to certify AU. Trends $600.
|1896||LD Obv. 1||NCC||EF45|
Mint lustre still in Rev. devices. Has all the braid segments showing. Eyelid & eyebrow just beginning to merge. Trends $600
|1896||SD Obv. 2||NCC||EF40+|
All braid segments and eyelid clear. Light even gray-gold tone - both sides. Excellent rims with traces of mint frost remaining in devices. Trends EF40 $300.
|1896||LD Obv. 1||NCC||EF40 Ltly Clnd.|
Still with light gold toning in devices. Sharp and attractive notwithstanding the light rub. Est. $220.
|1896||SD Obv. 2||NCC||AVF||Has a modest scr. through 'VICTORIA'. Est. $35 *||$15.00|
Even, attractive light to medium slate-gold on both sides. Eyelid is very sharp with only a very slight flattening of the eye brow. Note - the Old Portrait (2) 20c are not struck with the same Obv. detail as the Young Portrait Obv. (1) because they are created with a more prominent relief in the Obverse centre. This difference of higher Obv. central relief usually tends to wear earlier than the Obv. 1. Est. AU53 $950
|1899||Hooked 99||NCC||EF40 +|
RARE. The Key Date with light even toning and all braid segments clear. Eyelid well defined. Est. $1000.
All braid segments clear. Eyelid still shows. Light gold mint frost in devices.
|1899||Hooked 99||NCC||AEF 35 Clnd.|
Scarce. Lightly cleaned. All braid segments and eyelid are clear and distinct. Est. $425.
Lightly toned and problem free. Est. $300.
|1899||Hooked 99||ICCS||VF20||Untoned; but it looks completely original. Problem free. Trends $200 *||$160.00|
|1899||Hooked 99||ICCS||VF20||Original but basically untoned. All major design showing, including front of eyelid, all braid segments and laurel leaves. Has a light tap at the 1:30 o'clock rim. Trends $200 *||$135.00|
All braid segments clear. Trace gold tone in devices. Light rim bump at 2:00 O'clock Rev. not mentioned on the ICCS holder. Trends $220
|1899||Hooked 99||ICCS||VG 10||A scarce Key and problem free. Trends $75 *||$60.00|
|1899||Hooked 99||NCC||VG/AVG||Untoned, original and problem free. Est. $38 *||$27.00|
Rich gold tone and strong mint frost in devices of both sides. Eyelid and eyebrow are both distinct. Trends $1000
A hint of gold tone in devices. 1 small minor cut in hair at top of Victoria's head. Trends $150.
|1900||NCC||EF40||Eyelid distinct and all braid segments clear.Has some light deposits in Reverse devices. EF Trends without the deposits $150. Est. $85 *||$65.00|
|1900||ICCS-NCC||VF30-VF35||Nice, light gold tone Obv. Trace gold on Rev. All braid segments show. Eyelid almost complete. Trends $70 - $100 *||$50.00|
|1900||NCC||AEF||Trace gold tone in devices on Rev. All braid segments and eyelid are clear. I dig on Rev. Est. $75 *||$35.00|
All braid segments showing. Untoned with traces of debris in Reverse devices. Est. $70
Light gold tone. Original mint frost in devices. Trends $1000.
|1904H||ICCS||VF30||Problem free with an unbroken horizontal crown band and ear is complete. Has a hint of gold on Obv. rims and in Reverse devices. Trends $140 *||$110.00|
|1904H||ICCS||VF30||Has a complete crown band and a full ear with light gold tone in Obverse devices. Reverse tone is light and slightly scattered. Trends $140 *||$85.00|
|1904H||ICCS||VF20||Problem free and with ear and crown band still showing. This piece is 100% original with a hint of gold tone on Reverse. Trends $70 *||$52.00|
|1904H||NCC||VF20||Problem free. Ear and crown band are worn but complete. Trends $70 *||$45.00|
|1904H||ICCS||Fine 15||Problem free and a nice fit for a Date or Type set. Trends $55 *||$40.00|
|1904H||NCC||Fine 15||Original light Obverse tone & medium Reverse tone. Reverse rim has 3 minor nicks on Reverse edge at 4:00 o'clock. Fine15 Trends $55 *||$28.00|
No problems and a good fit in a Date or Type set. Trends $40
Surface hairlines; but it still looks nice.
No problems. Trends $30
Has a few not distracting, minor scrs. behind the King's shoulder. Est. $28
Problem free. Trends $22
Dipped with a small scr. on Obverse behind King's crown. 4.71 grams of sterling silver.
Untoned; but original. Trends $50.
Newfoundland Twenty-five Cents (2)
Light original tone. Problem free. 5.83 grams of sterling silver.
1 minor scr. on Obv. Gold lustre in devices. Est. $28.
Newfoundland Fifty Cents (63)
Light to medium gunmetal blue toning with light gold in reverse centre. Very sharp - both sides. From an earlier ICCS collection. Trends $850. EP 814
VERY RARE. Slate-gold toning in the centre of both sides with mint frost in devices. Centre laurel leaf is well split, Braid, eye, hair, bun and brow are all very sharp. Est. $3500
Original. Basically untoned with light gold mint frost still in devices. Well struck & without any problems whatsoever. All hair detail & braid segments complete and eyelid is still showing. Last 'A' in 'GRATIA' and all of 'REGINA' Re-engraved. Trends $2100
VERY SCARCE. All braid segments, hair detail & bun are clear with centre laurel leaf split. Original & problem free with light gold mint frost still in devices. Some doubling in Obverse legends. Trends $2100.
|1873||ICCS||EF40 Rim Nick|
Light scr. Obv. - distracting scrs. on Rev. & rim nick at 5:00 o'clock Rev. edge. Trends $1250. MJ 008
Light even tone on both sides. All rim beading sharp & clear. Eye, hair, bun and leaves would suggest a higher grade. Only the bottom braid segment is incomplete which prevents a grade of VF30 or 35. Est. $475
|1873||NCC||F - VF|
Even gunmetal grey tone - both sides & trace gold in Obv. letters. Bottom braid segment separation is missing; but detail at top of braid is clear and the hair at top of Victoria's head and bun looks like a CH VF. Est. $235
Light original tone - both sides & problem free rims. Eyelid & eyebrow are slightly blended. Hair at top of the Queen's head & bun have considerable definition remaining. The Reverse centre is clear & ALL lettering on both sides is well defined. Trends $220
An original, problem free Semi-Key date with even medium gold toning on Obverse and light gold on Reverse. All braid segments are sharp and clear, eyelid and eyebrow are both defined. The hair at the brow and at the top of the Queen's head and on the bun - all with strong detail. Laurel leaves are well defined with the centre leaf showing a nearly complete centre split. Est. $1600 - $2000
Accurately graded and sharply struck with all braid segments, hair & bun detail and eyelid clear. Laurel leaves are well defined with the centre leaf having an 80% centre split. Light gold in Rev. devices. Trends $1600
Light gold tone Obv. Medium brownish-gold on Rev. All braid segments, beading, eye, hair & bun detail are sharp. Split in centre leaf is visible. Modest cut on Victoria's cheek, visible with a glass, does not distract. Est. $1600.
Light to medium balanced gold toning - both sides. Hair, braid and bun all very clear. Laurel leaves all distinct with the centre leaf having 3/4 of the centre split showing. Eyelid and eyebrow are both defined. Est. $1600.
Well graded. Light bluish & gold tone in devices. All braid segments and hair detail clear. Problem-free. Trends $800.
Nice, medium slate-green tone in devices. Hair detail & bun very clear. Trends $800.
Lightly toned. Problem-free. Graded right. All braid segments, hair detail & bun clear. Trends $1375.
|1876H||Broken Rev. 'S'||NCC||VF30|
Slightly rotated die. Light original tone - both sides. All braid segments are clear. Hair, bun, leaves and eye, all show good detail. Trends $550
|1876H||NCC||VF30 Lightly Cleaned|
Retoned light gold. Est. $375.
A nice semi-key without the weak Reverse centre that plagues many Nfld.Victorian 10c, 20c and 50c. Est. $220
KEY DATE. VERY SCARCE. Attractive, even, medium gunmetal blue toning - both sides. Braid segments, hair detail and bun - all clear, problem-free and very scarce. Est. $1200.
|1880||Narrow Date Convex Planchet||NCC||VG10|
Slightly weak at Rev. Early centre wear in result of Convex planchet centre, causes the 'N' of 'CENTS' to be missing. Est. $60.
|1880||Narrow Date||NCC||Good 6|
Small digs on Reverse. Est $30
|1880||Narrow Date||NCC||Good 6|
Reverse is centre weak as per many of this year issue. It has 8 or 9 small digs in Reverse centre. Est.$30
Problem free. In a Newcan flip with light tone in Obv. devices and on Reverse. ICCS grading ticket included. Trends $225
Razor sharp strike. Complete detail in leaves, braid, eye, hair & bun. Tons of original mint frost in devices. Trace toning on both sides. Looks very lustrous and almost fully brilliant. Has 1 small cut beneath chin - not distracting. Trends AU50 $1200
Sharp & attractive with trace tone on Obv. Peripheral blue & gold in Rev. devices. Lots of original mint frost remains. Trends $900.
Reverse tone is a rich, even gunmetal blue. Obv. is toned light gold with mint frost in lettering. Likely from a Whitman date set holder. All braid segments, hair detail, bun, eye and split in centre laurel leaf are very clear. Nice. Trends $900.
Very light slate toning on both sides. Obverse detail in hair, braid, eye and leaves is clear. Trends $600
Toning on both sides is an attractive and even gunmetal-blue. All braid segments showing. Eye, hair, leaves and bun are all clear. Reverse has one very light rim tap at the 2:00 o'clock edge - not distracting. Trends $600
A RARE underrated Semi-Key date in this condition. To be re-certified for a potential upgrade. Full, crisp braid segments, an almost full centre split in the centre laurel leaf, all beading full and very strong mint frost in devices, especially on Reverse. Eyelid & eyebrow are both distinct. As a bonus, it also has light gold toning in devices - both sides Newcan grade AU50. EF45 Trends $1450. AU50 Trends $2000.
|1885||ICCS-NCC||VF30-EF40 Lt. Hairlines|
Very light gold tone - both sides. Victoria's eyelid is defined. All braid segments are clear and full. Centre laurel leaf still has a split centre. Hair at the top of Victoria's head and bun is well defined. Light hairlines and a very light Reverse scratch. Est. $550
A straight forward VF with all braid segments separate. Reverse is EF with All beading is clear and sharp on both sides, Reverse is EF. VF20 Trends $275
|1888||NCC||AU55||VERY RARE. Light gold tone and tons of mint frost in devices on both sides. All braid segments, hair and bun detail, eyelid and beading sharp & clear. The split in the centre laurel leaf is almost full. TIED WITH ONE OTHER AS THE BEST WE HAVE EVER LISTED. Trends $10000||$6,850.00|
RARE. An original KEY DATE with a touch of gold tone in Obv. lettering. Rev. has considerable mint lustre in periphery. Beading is sharp on both sides with all braid segments and hair and bun detail very clear. Split shows easily in centre laurel leaf. Trends $3200.
Light gold toning on Rev. & on highpoints of Obv. All beading sharp & clear. Scarce. Trends $1500.
Key Date. Very light gold tone. All beading sharp and clear. VF30 Est. $700 - $900
Problem free Key Date with all rim beading clear. Only the lowest braid segment is missing. Upper 2/3 of Victoria's portrait shows all major detail. Trends $350
KEY DATE. Strong Reverse. Could also stand well, graded as F-VF. Only the braid and lower laurel leaves show advanced wear. Fine 15 Trends $235
|1894||NCC||AU55 Hairlines Obv.||VERY RARE and FULLY STRUCK. All braid segments, beading, hair & bun detail, eyelid and split in centre laurel leaf are very sharp & complete. Tons of mint frost in devices, especially on Reverse. Newcan detects some light hairlines on Obverse; which looks to be a light rub by thumb or cloth.Trends. $2500||$1,685.00|
|1894||PCGS||AU50||SCARCE. All braid segments, hair & bun detail, eyelid, beading and split in centre laurel leaf are very sharp and clear. Tons of mint frost in devices, especially on Reverse. Untoned but original. Trends $1500.||$1,085.00|
|1894||NCC||EF45||Attractive even brownish-gold. Light to medium on Obverse and medium on Reverse. Hair, leaves, braid, bun and eye show strong detail. Trends $1100||$725.00|
|1894||NCC||EF40/45||Light, even tone - purple-gold Obv. - gold Rev. Hair, bun, laurel leaves & braid clear. All beading sharp - both sides. Mint frost in devices, especially on Rev. Est. $900||$590.00|
|1894||NCC||EF Lightly Cleaned||Retoned light gold. All; beading is sharp and clear. Est. $300.||$180.00|
|1896||Sm. W Obv. 2||NCC||EF40|
Medium gold tone in Obv. devices & on entire Rev. Very sharp. All braid segments, eye & hair detail and split in centre laurel leaf clear. A strong eye appeal Rev. Trends $700.
|1896||Sm. W. Obv. 2||NCC||VF/EF+|
All beading sharp and clear. Mint frost in devices, especially on Reverse. Est. $140.
|1898||Small W Obverse 2||NCC||AU50/55|
Problem free. Excellent strike with tons of light gold mint frost in devices, especially on Reverse. Est. $1350
|1898||Small W Obverse 2||NCC||AU50 +|
Very sharp with a hint of gold in Obverse devices. An excellent piece for a Date or Type set. Est. $1200.
A beautiful piece. Premium light gold tone - both sides with strong frost and eye appeal in devices, especially on Reverse . Full detail in braid, hair, bun, laurel leaves, eyelid and eyebrow. Trends $1000
Lots of original mint frost remaining in devices on both sides. All detail is very clear - including - braid segments, bun, hair, eye and laurel leaves with a good split in the centre leaf. An underrated Victoria 50c variety in this grade and significantly tougher than the Narrow Date. Trends $700.
All beading sharp & clear. Lightly dipped but with lots of mint frost still in devices. Eyelid, laurel leaves, bun and hair all show well. Trends $700
Light gold tone. Sharp with all braid segments, centre laurel leaf, beading, hair, bun and eye detail - very clear. Lots of mint frost in devices. Has 3 small cuts at the lower front of neck - not distracting. Trends $500.
|1900||Convex Obverse Planchet Type||NCC||VF/EF|
As is not uncommon for this date, the Obverse shows early wear on the centre highpoints due to being struck from a Convex Obverse blank. Detail of the hair & bun and Reverse is EF; but the Obverse centre is F-VF. Reverse devices show considerable mint frost. This date clearly has 2 distinct Planchet types. Newcan would be interested in viewing any examples of this planchet anomaly in high grade that could be shown to us at coin shows. Est. $120.
|1900||Convex Obverse Planchet Type||NCC||VF20|
For this Convex Obverse Planchet Type the coin is VF although the braid segments are not visible. This is typical for the Convex Obverse examples which occur in about 10% -> 20% of this date.
Problem free with good rims, lettering and all major design clear on both sides. Est. $20.
SUPERB BLAST WHITE ! Full frost, full strike, excellent fields and eye appeal. A perfect fit for a Date or Type Set.
A trace of gold in devices. Nice for date or type. Trends $110.
Problem free. $17
Very light gold tone. Only the second piece of this underrated date that Newcan has listed above 63. None certified higher by ICCS. We purchased both, within the last few months and were happy to do so. This one, is without the Obv. striation. of the preceding example; but the eye appeal, although nice, is not quite as strong on Obverse. Trends $2500.
Beautiful greenish gold tone and frost, especially on Obv. Fully struck with one very light planchet striation well hidden on Obverse, otherwise it would be a full Gem. Obverse eye appeal is excellent. An underrated date with none certified higher by ICCS. Est. $2500.
A touch of gold in Obverse devices. Top of King's ear is distinct. Est. $50.
A little frost still in Reverse devices. Trends $23.
Trace toning in devices. Trends $23
Lutrous Reverse with a full Obverse horizontal band and 8 clear, sharp pearls. Est. $100.
Strong mint frost in greenish-gold, especially on Reverse. Toning is light and even. Est. $145
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