Capped Bust Halves for Sale - Lots and Lots of Images - NEW LOWER PRICES!

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edited January 17, 2019 7:59PM in Buy, Sell, & Trade - U.S. Coins

I just committed to a significant numismatic purchase and would like to make budgetary room by reducing the price on the Capped Bust halves below.

Purchase any single coin and take 5% off the listed price. Then add $5 to help cover postage.

Purchase any three coins and take 10% off the listed price and I will include postage.

Purchase any five or more coins and take 12% off the listed price and I will include postage.

Payment options remain PayPal (friends and family, no fee), PayPal (standard, +3%), check or money order. Coins ship once payment clears. If you don't like the coin when you receive it, just send it back within a week for a full refund. In the years I have been selling on eBay and on the B/S/T, I have only had two coins ever returned to me for refund.


1807 O.113a, R3
PCGS VG-10
The small stars variety. A nice, gray circulated ‘cameo’ example of this collectible Red Book variety. $590


1808 O.103, R1
PCGS EF-45
A lovely toned original coin with underlying luster in an old green label holder. A conservatively graded early Capped Bust half. $795


1809 O.102a, R1
PCGS VF-25 CAC
Beautiful surfaces are readily apparent on this early 19th century half dollar. Approved by CAC and justifiably so. A prize mid-grade coin. $325


1809 O.112, R5-
PCGS VF-25
Rare die marriage. A couple of minor cuts on the reverse are nicely toned over. Typical strike for this die marriage. $435


1810 O.101, R1
PCGS VG-8
A well-circulated early half dollar with a slightly rotated reverse. $125


1810 O.101, R1
PCGS VG-30
An attractive gray example of an early half dollar in a popular collector grade. $295


1811 O.107, R4
PCGS F-12
Small 8
A scarce variety that displays subtle envelope toning. Conservatively graded by PCGS. $195


1812 O.104, R1
PCGS VG-10
The obverse is weakly struck, which is common for this die marriage. The reverse is very fine. PCGS misinterpreted the soft strike and graded the coin VG-10. $130


1812 O.105a, R2
PCGS F-12
A mid-grade circulated coin with a slight ‘cameo’ appearance. Nice reverse. The Overton variety is on the label. $150


1813 O.109, R3
PCGS Genuine – VF Details
An early cleaning gives the coin slightly glossy surfaces that are not too distracting. A neat coin for those who like unusual die states. Struck from worn dies as it typical. $180


1813 O.110, R1
PCGS F-12
A nice mid-grade circulated coin with great die clashing evident above the date. $185


1814 O.107, R2
PCGS F-15
A nice example with slightly glossy surfaces. A nice coin for a mid-grade date set. $195


1817 O.103a, R3
PCGS VG-10
A slightly dark toned example of an early 18th century half dollar. $150


1818/7 O.101, R1
PCGS Genuine – VF Details
Large 8
Despite the early light cleaning, the coin is quite attractive. $225


1819/8 O.102, R2
PCGS VF-30
Large 9
Subtle colors accent this medium gray, mid-grade Bust half. Likely stored in an envelope for many years. $270


1822/1 O.102, R4+
PCGS F-15
A rare die marriage of this popular overdate. Very conservatively graded by PCGS. A nice coin with a cameo appearance. $230


1822 O.106, R3
PCGS VF-35
A beautiful medium gray coin just a whisper away from an EF grade. A marvelous mid-grade example of this fun and highly collectable series. $ON HOLD


1822 O.111, R2
PCGS F-12
A mid-grade coin that may have been cleaned many years ago. An attractive coin, regardless. $120


1823 O.101a, R1
PCGS VG-8
Patched 3
A popular Red Book variety and highly collected die state. $150


1823 O.103, R2
NGC VF-20
A choice example of a collector grade Bust half from a popular year. $165


1823 O.108, R2
PCGS F-12
A deep gray patina over smooth surfaces. A choice coin in fine. $125


1824/4 O.110, R2
PCGS VF-35
A darkly toned example of this interesting overdate. A well-struck example with clean surfaces. $ON HOLD


1824 O.111, R2
NGC VF-25
The obverse is evenly toned and the reverse has a portion lighter than the rest. The Overton variety is on the label. $140


1824 O.112, R4
PCGS F-15
A choice gray example of this scarce die marriage. The coin has a pleasant, circulated patina with claims to a higher grade. $185


1824 O.112a, R4
PCGS Fine Details – Bent
What? This was a surprise when the coin was back from PCGS! The coin does not look bent, in fact is looks rather nice with claims to a VF. A scarce die marriage. $125


1824 O.117, R1
PCGS VF-30
Luster remains in protected areas on the obverse and reverse. The coin has a nice strike and clean surfaces. $140


1825 O.103, R4-
ANACS VF-10
A scarce die marriage that has seen significant circulation. A few rim bumps and an old clean give this coin character. $105


1825 O.109, R5
PCGS G-6
A rare die marriage and hard to find. Medium gray patina over smooth surfaces. A choice coin. $385


1825 O.114, R1
PCGS VF-25
The coin exhibits a slight cameo appearance from years of circulation. Antique dirt resides in the recesses to attest to its originality. $145


1826 O.112a, R2
PCGS Fine Details – Graffiti
The graffiti is really cuts in the obverse and reverse fields. The cuts are toned over and not too distracting, but they are present. $90


1826 O.116a, R1
PCGS EF-40
A nice, semi-glossy coin with much underlying luster. A planchet flaw at stars 3 and 4 adds character to an already pretty coin. $235


1827 O.105, R3
PCGS VF Details – Cleaned
Despite the evident cleaning, the coin is still decent. Many of the hairlines are beginning to tone over. $125


1827 O.115, R2
PCGS EF-40
A high-grade circulated example the ample underlying luster for the grade. A nice example of this popular year for specialists. $250


1827 O.125, R3
PCGS F-15
A medium dark gray coin with smooth even wear consistent with the assigned grade. A choice fine specimen. $165


1827 O.133, R4
PCGS VG-8
A choice circulated example with a delightful cameo appearance. A very scarce die marriage in a nice collector grade. Affordable. $155


1827 O.134, R4
PCGS VF-20
A crusty example of a very scarce die marriage. Nicely toned original surfaces with claims to a higher grade. $225


1827 O.134, R4
PCGS VF-30
A medium toned coin with surfaces that may indicate a light dip in its distant past. A very scarce die marriage and overall an attractive coin. $230


1827 O.144, R5+
ANACS VF Details – Cleaned
A very rare die marriage and is seldom encountered. Peripheral toning adds character, but does not mask the cleaning. Priced as such. $850


1828 O.103, R2
PCGS AU-50 CAC
A beautifully toned coin from the Meyer collection. CAC approved, of course. A quality coin in a highly desirable grade. A nice coin. $695


1828 O.105, R5
PCGS VG-10
A very rare die marriage and getting harder to find. Undergraded by PCGS, the coin should grade as a fine.
A nice example that has seen modest circulation. $325


1828 O.109, R3
ANACS F-12
A nicely circulated scarce die marriage. Dirt in the protected areas attest to its originality. Nicely toned. $110


1829/7 O.101, R1
PCGS F-12
A common overdate in the Bust half series and highly collectible. Somewhat crusty surfaces enhance this undergraded coin.
$150


1829/7 O.101a, R1
PCGS VF Details – Cleaned
A medium to dark gray coin with highly glossy surfaces. The coin is clearly the result of overly enthusiastic ‘conservation.’ Not ugly. $165


1829 O.106, R5-
PCGS F Details – Cleaned
A rare die marriage and desirable as such. Gray toned surfaces only slightly hide the hairlines beneath. Rare, but not very attractive.
$185


1829 O.108a, R3
PCGS F-15
A light gray example of this scarce die marriage. A mid-level collector grade coin with nice surfaces with marks consistent with the grade. $120


1829 O.114, R3
PCGS F-12
A scarce die marriage with medium to dark gray surfaces. A pleasing example with claims to a higher grade than assigned. $120


1830 O.105, R4
PCGS F Details – Cleaned
A rare die marriage and one of the rarest of the 23 struck in 1830. There is little doubt the coin has been cleaned. Sad, but at least it’s an R4. $100


1831 O.103, R1
PCGS F-15
Medium to dark gray surfaces are on both the obverse and reverse. An attractive collector grade coin. $115


1831 O.108, R1
PCGS F-15
A medium gray example of this classic design. While the die marriage may be common, the choice surfaces of the coin are not. Nice. $120


1831 O.114, R3
ANACS VF-35
Subtle toning graces the obverse and reverse of this light gray coin. The old white ANACS cache adds to the coin’s charm. $150


1831 O.115, R4
ANACS VF Details – Cleaned
A rare die marriage that was cleaned years ago and has now retoned. Slightly glossy surfaces with hints of old hairlines evident. $145


1832 O.102a, R3
NGC VF-30 CAC
Housed in the special NGC “Stack’s W 57th St Collection” holder. A CAC approved Bust half that was squirrelled away in this famous hoard. $190


1832 O.106, R1
PCGS VG-8
A choice, medium gray example of a well-circulated early United States half dollar. Smooth surfaces and perfect for the grade.
$95


1832 O.107, R2
PCGS VF-30
A medium-toned with choice surfaces and a hint of underlying luster. Slight peripheral toning speaks to some time spent in an album. $165


1832 O.114, R4+
PCGS VF-30
A medium gray, mid-grade example of this rare die marriage. Exactly what to seek in a VF. These are getting harder to find so nice. $425


1832 O.122, R1
PCGS VF-20
A medium dark coin with a lighter reverse, indicating a possible old clean. Small obverse field ticks are slightly distracting, but not too bad. $135


1833 O.110, R1
PCGS VF-35
A nice, original coin with medium gray toning. Just a blush away from EF, the coin has great detail and appealing surfaces
$150


1833 O.114, R2
PCGS VF Details - Cleaned
A lightly cleaned coin that is toned over nicely. Underlying luster and strong detail give this coin nice character. $125


1834 O.103, R2
PCGS VF-25
A perfectly wholesome, medium gray, late date Capped Bust half dollar. A choice example. $150


1834 O.105, R1
PCGS F-12
A smooth, problem-free coin with gray fields and cameo-appearing devices. An attractive mid-level collector coin. $120


1834 O.108, R2
PCGS VF 25
A medium-toned coin with appropriate details and nice surfaces for a mid-grade collector coin. $150


1834 O.112, R3
PCGS VF-25
Light evidence of being double struck on the obverse just above the date. A nice example of a mid-grade, later date Capped Bust half dollar. $165


1834 O.114, R1
NGC VF-30
A medium gray coin that may have been cleaned long ago and now toned over. Great detail for a mid-grade Bust half dollar. $130


1836 O.105, R4
PCGS VF-30
A scarce die variety with subtle album toning. An attractive collector-grade coin. $175


1836 O.113, R2
NGC VF-35 CAC
A choice coin with appealing surfaces and excellent detail. Medium to deep toning accent a wonderful patina. $195

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