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PCGS Regency Slab Census - Updated January 2021

astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited February 28, 2021 8:26PM in U.S. Coin Forum
***UPDATE - Now 67 US and 42 World Coins listed***

Hi folks-
A while ago I started noting the PGCS Regency slabs that were listed for sale/auction or were otherwise made public. With the help of Board members and other numismatists, I can put together a census of the PCGS Regency slabs. Considering that there were 363 of the Danny Kaye coins slabbed in Regency holders [and its unlikely that many, if any, were cracked out] the list is far from complete. Here is what I have to date so far. Please PM me with info on any Regency slabs that you wish to share.
Lane

Sorry that the space in the list gets compressed when posted.

US Coins
Date / Coin / Grade / Serial Number
No Date - Miner's Bank - Silver Alloy / $10 Territorial / AU-50 / 3132916
1869/9 / $0.01 / EF-45 / 4775458
1888-P / $0.01 / MS-64 / 4746772
1909-P VDB / $0.01 / MS-66 RD / Not reported
1950-P / $0.01 / PR 66 RD / 3270555
1864 / $0.02 / MS-65 RD / 1555049
1871 / $0.02 / PR-62RB / 4653841
1878 / $0.05 / PF-65 / 4640739
1875-P / $0.10 / MS-64 / 2685455
1876-P / $0.20 / PR-62 / 4700745
1827/5 / $0.25 / MS-66 / Not reported
1892-O / $0.25 / MS-60 / 8415873
1824/4 / $0.50 / XF-45 / 4615920
1855-P / $0.50 / AU-50 / 4700406
1938-D / $0.50 / MS-65 (Proof-Like) / 2692080
1946-P / $0.50 / MS-65 / 1140314
Stone Mountain / $0.50 / MS-62 / 4611575
1986 / $1 / MS-69 / 9053859
1852 (Gold) / $1 / MS-62 / 2644104
1878-CC / $1 / MS-65 / 4698073
1878-S / $1 / NG / 2630746
1879-S / $1 / MS-67 / 9280881
1879-S / $1 / Sample / None
1880/79-CC / $1 / MS-63 / 4468072
1880/79-P / $1 / MS-65 / Not reported
1880/79-S / $1 / MS-65 / 1547265
1880/79-S / $1 / MS-65 / 9892064
1880/79-S / $1 / MS-65 / Not reported
1881-S / $1 / MS-65 / 2316235
1881-S / $1 / MS-65 / 3179487
1881-S / $1 / Not reported / Not reported
1882-O/O / $1 / MS-64 / 1547273
1883-O / $1 / MS-64 / Not reported
1886-P / $1 / MS-66 / Not reported
1887/6-P / $1 / MS-62 CAC / 2627769
1887/6-P / $1 / MS-62 CAC / 2627775
1887/6-P / $1 / MS-62 / 2627777
1887/6-P / $1 / MS-63 / 2627788
1890-CC / $1 / MS-63 / 4531721
1890-CC / $1 / MS-63 / 4531723
1890-CC / $1 / MS-61 / 4531728
1890-CC / $1 / MS-62 CAC / 4531735
1890-CC / $1 / MS-62 / Not reported (4531735???)
1921-D / $1 / Presentation (No grade) / 4751300
1995-W / $1 / PR-69 / 5356855
Congress Commem / $1 / Not reported / Not reported
1834 / $2.50 / MS-62 CAC / 6546385
1837 / $5 / AU-50 / 4909425
1995-W / $5 / PR-69 / 5356856
1857-P / $10 / AU-50 / 2678828
1857-P / $10 / AU-50 (CAC) / 4353022
1879/8-P / $10 / AU-58 / 4912792
1879/8-P / $10 / AU-58 / 4981003
1879/8-P / $10 / AU-55 / Not reported
1995-W / $10 / PR-68 / 5356857
1878-P / $20 / MS-61 / 4589496
1878-P / $20 / XF-45 / 4675381
1878/7-P / $20 / MS-61 / Not reported
1888-P / $20 / AU-50 / 2571611
1888-P / $20 / MS-61 / 2613020
1888-P / $20 / MS-60 / 4589495
1890-S / $20 / MS-62 / 4711666
1900-O / $20 / MS-63 / Not reported
1904-S / $20 / MS-63 / Not reported
1916-S / $20 / MS-65 / Not reported
1995-W / $25 / PR-69 / 5356858
1995-W / $50 / PR-69 / 5356859


World
Date / Coin / Grade / Serial Number
1977-FM / $100 / MS-65 / 2625270
1723 / 1 / 2P / MS-62 / Not reported
1839 / 3 Rubel / PR-63 / 8343372
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 3296763
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 3296769
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 3296774
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 3296789
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 3307075
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 3307095
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 3307097
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-65 / 3307108
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4240943
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-67 / 4240953
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4240977
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4240978
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4240979
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-65 / 4240980
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4241005
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4241008
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4241009
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4241016
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272412
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272416
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272419
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-65 / 4272421
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-65 / 4272422
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-64 / 4272423
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272452
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272453
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272454
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272457
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272458
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272465
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272491
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272500
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-65 / 4272508
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-67 / 4272511
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272519
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272535
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / MS-66 / 4272539
1958 MNRA / 5 Lir / PF-63 / 4294866
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Comments

  • PerryHallPerryHall Posts: 45,390 ✭✭✭✭✭
    No pics but I have an 1852 gold $1 with S/N-2644104 in a MS-62 Regency slab. The label notes that it's the repunched date variety which is barely visible even under a 10X loupe. Apparently, whoever submitted this coin wanted that notation on the label so he went with the Regency slab which allows the submitter to put a special notation on the label. Got it off eBay at a common date price but that was almost 10 years ago. Unfortunately, it didn't come with the original green draw-string pouch.

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  • orevilleoreville Posts: 11,780 ✭✭✭✭✭
    astrorat:

    I suggest you divide the list into two - one for foreign coins and one for the US coins. It will make the lists easier reading.
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  • DNADaveDNADave Posts: 7,239 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I have 1958 MNRA 5 Lir MS64 sn 4272423

    Probably the lowest graded Danny Kaye there is.
  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭


    << <i>I have 1958 MNRA 5 Lir MS64 sn 4272423

    Probably the lowest graded Danny Kaye there is. >>



    Yep...I have that one in the census. Did you get that one off eBay a few weeks ago? There is another one listed at $400 that hasn't moved in a while.

    Lane
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  • Billet7Billet7 Posts: 4,923 ✭✭✭
    I would like this one please: 1892-O 25c MS-60 S/N 8415873

    Heck. I would acutally like this one, "1827/5 25c MS-66 S/N" but I figured that sounded more like begging!
  • Billet7Billet7 Posts: 4,923 ✭✭✭
    BTW, I think you mean 1827/3, not 1827/5...unless you are talking about a half, but then it's still something else.
  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭


    << <i>BTW, I think you mean 1827/3, not 1827/5...unless you are talking about a half, but then it's still something else. >>



    Actually the info came from a posting...I can't verify it and it is obviously a wrong attribution, so I will remove it.

    Lane
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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭


    << <i>I would like this one please: 1892-O 25c MS-60 S/N 8415873 >>



    That one is already listed...buried in the middle of the list!

    Lane
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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Lists have been updated and resorted for easier viewing...I hope.

    Lane
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  • Billet7Billet7 Posts: 4,923 ✭✭✭


    << <i>

    << <i>I would like this one please: 1892-O 25c MS-60 S/N 8415873 >>



    That one is already listed...buried in the middle of the list!

    Lane >>



    I know, I was just saying that if someone wanted to give it away, I would make a good home for it! image
  • llafoellafoe Posts: 7,220 ✭✭


    << <i>

    << <i>

    << <i>I would like this one please: 1892-O 25c MS-60 S/N 8415873 >>



    That one is already listed...buried in the middle of the list!

    Lane >>



    I know, I was just saying that if someone wanted to give it away, I would make a good home for it! image >>



    This has to go down as the most timely response to a post... August 19, 2010 to March 20, 2011! image ... only 213 days! image
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  • orevilleoreville Posts: 11,780 ✭✭✭✭✭
    astrorat:

    Looks like some of the same serially numbered slabs are repeated 2x or 3x in your listing. Appears to be a typo.

    Examples:

    1946-P 0.5 MS-65 1140314
    1946-P 0.5 MS-65 1140314
    1946-P 0.5 MS-65 1140314

    1880/79-P $1 MS-65 N/A
    1880/79-S $1 MS-65 N/A
    1880/79-S $1 MS-65 N/A
    1880/79-S $1 MS-65 N/A

    1878-P $20 MS-61 4589496
    1878-P $20 MS-61 4589496
    1878-P $20 MS-61 Not reported

    Thanks,

    Oreville
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  • There were some either DDO, DDR, or overdate $20 gold as well. Can't remember exactly.
  • Billet7Billet7 Posts: 4,923 ✭✭✭


    << <i>

    << <i>

    << <i>

    << <i>I would like this one please: 1892-O 25c MS-60 S/N 8415873 >>



    That one is already listed...buried in the middle of the list!

    Lane >>



    I know, I was just saying that if someone wanted to give it away, I would make a good home for it! image >>



    This has to go down as the most timely response to a post... August 19, 2010 to March 20, 2011! image ... only 213 days! image >>



    imageimage I'm not sure I deserve such an honor! I'm sure there have been other, much longer durations between responses...I've probably done a few! (Clearly I have a penchant for delayed responses!)
  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Very nice, Stefanie! image

    I really like that one a lot.

    The coin is in the census.
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  • orevilleoreville Posts: 11,780 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Astrorat:

    Originally I gave information on this 1878 $20 DDR to you without the serial number; you took note of it.

    Then I reported the serial number to you and you took note of it again.

    The I finally posted the picture of it, and of course you took note of it again! LOL.

    They are all one and the same.


    image

    A slightly bigger picture?

    image
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  • DRUNNERDRUNNER Posts: 3,800 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I have two . . . 4272421 and 4272422, but both are already listed. I like the consecutive aspect.

    But eventually, I might be talked out of one or two if the right Doily (s) came along.

    Oh well, just pipedreaming . . .

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  • bestclser1bestclser1 Posts: 5,566 ✭✭✭
    Oreville,yours is cool as the other side of the pillow.image
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  • WingsruleWingsrule Posts: 2,983 ✭✭✭✭
    Lane,

    Did you get the 1995W Proof Eagle set from CRO's website?

  • jhdflajhdfla Posts: 3,025 ✭✭✭
    Lane,

    Laura and George currently have this one up for sale on their website:

    2C 1864 SM MOTTO PCGS MS65RD GARRETT COLLECTION
  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭


    << <i>Lane,

    Did you get the 1995W Proof Eagle set from CRO's website? >>

    I saw them and tried to open the file to magnify the image to get the grades and serial numbers, but no luck! I can't read the numbers!

    CRO - can you take pity on a poor slab researcher and post an image of the labels with the info readable? image

    Lane
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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭


    << <i>Lane,

    Laura and George currently have this one up for sale on their website:

    2C 1864 SM MOTTO PCGS MS65RD GARRETT COLLECTION >>

    Thanks ... no image, yet. I did get a chuckle out of this, "Due to the thickness of the holder, we are having difficulty imaging it." Really?
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  • colorcommemcolorcommem Posts: 205 ✭✭✭
    Could you please add my stone mountain, see link:

    http://forums.collectors.com/messageview.cfm?catid=26&threadid=790440&STARTPAGE=1

    Thanks,
  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭


    << <i>Could you please add my stone mountain, see link:

    http://forums.collectors.com/messageview.cfm?catid=26&threadid=790440&STARTPAGE=1

    Thanks, >>

    Done! Thanks!

    It's interesting that it was (erroneously) referred to as a Double Die rather than a Doubled Die.
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  • MrEurekaMrEureka Posts: 23,933 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Check out the thread on the Darkside and add the 1839 Russia 3 Roubles to the list.
    Andy Lustig

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  • sniocsusniocsu Posts: 1,285 ✭✭✭
    Awesome slabs!
  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭


    << <i>Check out the thread on the Darkside and add the 1839 Russia 3 Roubles to the list. >>

    Do you have a link? I'm too lazy (and unfamiliar with the Board) to go digging around.
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  • MrEurekaMrEureka Posts: 23,933 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Andy Lustig

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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭


    << <i>Link for the lazy >>

    image I must have been tired! You wrote "darkside," but I read "ATS" and really did do some digging on the NGC board! No wonder I couldn't find it. Geez!

    Thanks for the link, Andy.

    I tried to enlarge the image of the slab to capture the info, but I can only seem to enlarge the image of the back of the slab. Was anyone else able to enlarge the front of the slab?
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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Update in the OP!
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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Updated March 1, 2015
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  • coindeucecoindeuce Posts: 13,471 ✭✭✭✭✭
    The 1887/6 MS-63 M$1 languished on eBay for about 3 years, until smoebody recently paid 300% of CDN ask. imageimage

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  • CuKevinCuKevin Posts: 1,690 ✭✭✭✭


    << <i>The 1887/6 MS-63 M$1 languished on eBay for about 3 years, until smoebody recently paid 300% of CDN ask. imageimage >>




    That is not too bad when you consider the recent sale at GC of an 1890-CC Morgan Silver Dollar Tailbar PCGS MS-62 CAC for $5,225. That is approximately a $3,000 premium just for the slab.

    I know the percentages over retail do not obviously indicate so, but I think the 87/6 may have been the better deal for the buyer.
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  • illini420illini420 Posts: 11,466 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Been awhile since this thread has been bumped... found this one at the ANA show in Anaheim a couple of weeks ago. Didn't know that a Regency Sample existed until I saw it!!!

    Also, the Byron Reed Collection pedigree is pretty neat, though it's not clear whether the coin was part of that collection or whether this was made as a sample for the museum which now holds his collection in Omaha.

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  • coindeucecoindeuce Posts: 13,471 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I don't see my PR-65 1878 Shield nickel in the census yet.

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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Originally posted by: coindeuce
    I don't see my PR-65 1878 Shield nickel in the census yet.
    Can you please send me the info? I am happy to add the coin. Sorry if I missed the info earlier.
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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Originally posted by: illini420
    Been awhile since this thread has been bumped... found this one at the ANA show in Anaheim a couple of weeks ago. Didn't know that a Regency Sample existed until I saw it!!!

    Also, the Byron Reed Collection pedigree is pretty neat, though it's not clear whether the coin was part of that collection or whether this was made as a sample for the museum which now holds his collection in Omaha.


    Holy mackerel! That's the first I Regency sample slab I have seen! Wow!

    Census now updated.

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  • oih82w8oih82w8 Posts: 11,889 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I would have like to acquire one of these Regency Slabs, a U.S. Coin, variety preferably...one of these days...maybe.
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  • coindeucecoindeuce Posts: 13,471 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Originally posted by: astrorat

    Originally posted by: coindeuce

    I don't see my PR-65 1878 Shield nickel in the census yet.
    Can you please send me the info? I am happy to add the coin. Sorry if I missed the info earlier.





    Here ya go. Cert. #4640739, via forum member Joebb21.



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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Originally posted by: coindeuce
    Originally posted by: astrorat
    Originally posted by: coindeuce
    I don't see my PR-65 1878 Shield nickel in the census yet.
    Can you please send me the info? I am happy to add the coin. Sorry if I missed the info earlier.


    Here ya go. Cert. #4640739, via forum member Joebb21.
    Added! Thanks. I like the bag as well!
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  • I have an 1880/79-CC rev '78 Morgan in a Regency holder. Please add this to the list.

  • 10000lakes10000lakes Posts: 811 ✭✭✭✭

    @MRG1956 Welcome to the boards, and that coin looks better than 63.

  • @10000lakes said:
    @MRG1956 Welcome to the boards, and that coin looks better than 63.

    Thanks! I agree, solid 63+

  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Thanks, MRG ... your coin has been added.

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  • ZoinsZoins Posts: 33,859 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 8, 2017 9:32PM

    1888-P $20 MS-61 2613020 is being offered on the bay now. Here are the photos for posterity:

  • ianrussellianrussell Posts: 2,454 ✭✭✭✭✭

    New to census:

    Ian Russell
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  • LakesammmanLakesammman Posts: 17,290 ✭✭✭✭✭

    So, is this an upcoming auction??

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  • astroratastrorat Posts: 9,221 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Thanks, Ian.

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