1794 S-19a R-5+ PCGS F Details Head of 93 Liberty Cap Large Cent Coin 1c
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PCGS authenticated and graded F Details. Slightly glossy dark chocolate brown and steel with lighter steel brown toning on the highpoints of the devices. The surfaces look smooth to the unaided eye but a glass reveals uniform extremely fine roughness covering both sides. No verdigris and the only marks are a few very light hairline scratches hidden in the toning on the obverse (not to be confused with “Graffiti”) and a minor rim bruise right of the second S in STATES. The date is complete and easily readable and the legends are complete except for weakness at TATES OF due to the usual weaker strike in that area. The edge lettering is complete and strong (including the downward-pointing leaf following DOLLAR). MDS, Breen state II, with subtle bulges in the field below the cap. Tied for CC#13 in the Noyes census, his photo #32214. Del Bland says tied for CC#10 in his census. Comes with a very nice provenance.