Description

NGC authenticated and graded MS 64 BN. Frosty golden tan and steely olive. The only notable marks are a tiny planchet chip on the lower right of the second 8, as struck, and a small spot of darker toning off the end of the wreath stem. Rare LDS, die state f, with a small but strong rim cud break off the end of the wreath stem. Tied for CC#10 overall for the variety but CC#4 for those known with the rim cud in the Grellman census. 


Ex; Jack Beymer 10/1974 – unknown – 1980 EAC Sale, lot 278 – R. S. Brown, Jr., Superior 9/30/1986:1136 – Walter Dudgeon, McCawley & Grellman Auctions 7/30/1994:299 – R. S. Brown, Jr., McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Superior 6/2/2002:511 – Martin Paul (The Rarities Group), McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Superior 2/24/2003:372 – Colonel Steven K. Ellsworth Collection.


Year – 1848
Variety – N-5
Rarity – 4+


Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Circulated/Uncirculated

Uncirculated

Denomination

Large Cent

Coin

Braided Hair

Year

1848

Certification Number

1663078-015

Grade

MS 64

Country/Region of Manufacture

United States

Certification

NGC

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