From the collection of Keith Davignon. This one is ripe for upgrade. In Keith’s words, “…an absolutely beautiful coin with super original surfaces.” He corralled it in Oct. 1994 when I was selling Robbie Brown’s collection. The Brown provenance is noted on the PCGS label. The coin is nothing like a 62. At preview, your first question will be “Is it a 63 or 64?” The antique toning is scrumptious. I expect runaway bidding. Robinson S. Brown, Jr., the numismatist, is best known for twice completing a Sheldon die-variety set of large cents. In the business world he was Chairman of the Board for Brown-Forman Corp., a Kentucky distillery with such familiar brands as Old Forester, Southern Comfort, Jack Daniels and Old Bushmills. Robbie had a cherubic countenance and personality. He passed away in 2005 at age 88.Est. $2,000 and up.
Sheridan Downey, Numismatist Oakland, California email@example.com (510) 479-1585