Description

PCGS authenticated and graded AU 58. Glossy light chocolate brown and olive with nearly a dozen small spots of reddish brown toning at the top of the obverse. The notable contact marks are a collection of tiny ticks in the field before the mouth and a small horizontal tick on the throat just below the jawline. E-MDS, die state b. The early lines over UNI are still visible but the line connecting the bottoms of the U & N is gone. Tied for CC#9 honors for a variety that was unknown to Howard Newcomb. Comes with a nice provenance.


Ex; Henry Sternberg, B. Max Mehl 9/12/1945:1916 – Dr. Kenneth Sartoris 5/1972 – Del Bland – R. S. Brown, Jr., Superior 9/30/1986:1094 (as N-16) – Chris McCawley 3/21/1987 – Richard V. Punchard 6/15/1989 – Wesley A. Rasmussen, McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Superior 2/8/1998:185 ($262) – Colonel Steven K. Ellsworth Collection


Year – 1847
Variety – N-41
Rarity – 4


Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Circulated/Uncirculated

Circulated

Denomination

Large Cent

Coin

Braided Hair

Year

1847

Certification Number

28324349

Grade

AU 58

Country/Region of Manufacture

United States

Certification

PCGS

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