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SERIES: Patterns - PR
LEVEL: Year, MintMark, & Major Variety

1836 $1 J-63 Res (Proof)

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PCGS PR62
PCGS #:
11239
Diameter:
Designer:
Christian Gobrecht
Weight:
Edge:
Plain
Mintage:
Metal Content:
Silver
Auction Record:
$149,500 • PCGS PR63 • 5-14-2003 • Stack's
Condition Census (Explain)
Pos Grade Thumbnail Pedigree and History
1 PR63CAM PCGS grade  

Bangs & Co. “Anthon” 10/1884:117 - T. Harrison Garrett Collection - Robert Garrett Collection - John Work Garrett Collection - Johns Hopkins University Collection - Stack’s 3/1976:252 - Bowers & Merena “Clemente” 5/1994:1057 - L.K. Rudolph Collection - Stack's 5/2003:2092, $149,500 - Superior 9/2008:791

2 PR62 PCGS grade

Plate coin in Breen's Proof Encyclopedia (1977) and his Complete Encyclopedia (1988)

W.W.C. Wilson Collection, sold privately on 2/12/1919 for $600 as part of a larger transaction brokered by F.C.C. Boyd that included a total of ten different Gobrecht Dollars and a J-1373 Bickford $10 in gold) - Virgil Brand (inventory #90914) - King Farouk of Egypt - Sotheby's "Palace Collection" 2/1954:2020 - A.H. Baldwin & Co. - W.G. Baldenhofer, sold privately in 10/1956 - Frank Stirling Collection - Heritage 5/2009:943, $149,500 - Simpson Collection

Saul Teichman provided the information on the Brand purchase

Stack’s 5/2003:2092 calls this coin “Newcomer-Baldenhofer”

2 PR62 PCGS grade  

Plate coin in “United States Pattern, Trial, and Experimental Pieces” by Edgar H. Adams and William H. Woodin (1913).

H.O. Granberg Collection, who displayed the coin at the 1914 ANS Exhibition - Waldo C. Newcomer Collection - Col. E.H.E. Green Collection - St. Louis Stamp & Coin (Burdette G. Johnson) in partnership with Eric Newman - King Farouk Collection - Sotheby's "Palace Collection" 2/1954:1717 - A.H. Baldwin & Co. (Baldwin purchased both of Farouk's Judd-63s) - Alfred Ostheimer Collection - Lester Merkin 9/1968:329 - Lake Michigan Academy (donated by a Michigan philanthropist who had received the coin in payment of a debt) - Heritage 8/2000:6174, $98,900 - Dr. Julius Korein Collection - American Numismatic Society

According to Karl Moulton, the attribution of this coin to Farish Baldenhofer appears to be incorrect.

Condition Census (Explain) Show fewer rows
Pos Grade Thumbnail Pedigree and History
1 PR63CAM PCGS grade  

Bangs & Co. “Anthon” 10/1884:117 - T. Harrison Garrett Collection - Robert Garrett Collection - John Work Garrett Collection - Johns Hopkins University Collection - Stack’s 3/1976:252 - Bowers & Merena “Clemente” 5/1994:1057 - L.K. Rudolph Collection - Stack's 5/2003:2092, $149,500 - Superior 9/2008:791

2 PR62 PCGS grade

Plate coin in Breen's Proof Encyclopedia (1977) and his Complete Encyclopedia (1988)

W.W.C. Wilson Collection, sold privately on 2/12/1919 for $600 as part of a larger transaction brokered by F.C.C. Boyd that included a total of ten different Gobrecht Dollars and a J-1373 Bickford $10 in gold) - Virgil Brand (inventory #90914) - King Farouk of Egypt - Sotheby's "Palace Collection" 2/1954:2020 - A.H. Baldwin & Co. - W.G. Baldenhofer, sold privately in 10/1956 - Frank Stirling Collection - Heritage 5/2009:943, $149,500 - Simpson Collection

Saul Teichman provided the information on the Brand purchase

Stack’s 5/2003:2092 calls this coin “Newcomer-Baldenhofer”

2 PR62 PCGS grade  

Plate coin in “United States Pattern, Trial, and Experimental Pieces” by Edgar H. Adams and William H. Woodin (1913).

H.O. Granberg Collection, who displayed the coin at the 1914 ANS Exhibition - Waldo C. Newcomer Collection - Col. E.H.E. Green Collection - St. Louis Stamp & Coin (Burdette G. Johnson) in partnership with Eric Newman - King Farouk Collection - Sotheby's "Palace Collection" 2/1954:1717 - A.H. Baldwin & Co. (Baldwin purchased both of Farouk's Judd-63s) - Alfred Ostheimer Collection - Lester Merkin 9/1968:329 - Lake Michigan Academy (donated by a Michigan philanthropist who had received the coin in payment of a debt) - Heritage 8/2000:6174, $98,900 - Dr. Julius Korein Collection - American Numismatic Society

According to Karl Moulton, the attribution of this coin to Farish Baldenhofer appears to be incorrect.