Description

PCGS authenticated and graded MS 64 RB. Lustrous mint red fading to steel brown on the highpoints, most of mint red remaining. The notable marks are a dark spot in the right obverse field and a planchet flake in the dentils off the tip of the wreath ribbon, as struck. Most of the neck is covered with a very shallow low spot caused by debris on the die. MDS, die state c. Faint die cracks reach from the tip of the coronet to the dentils over star 5 and from the lowest curl to the dentils below. Tied for CC#4 in the Noyes census, his photo #30712. Tied for CC#7 in the Grellman census. 

Ex; Naftzger Collection

Year – 1852
Variety – N-8
Rarity – 2

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Certification Number

18900485

Certification

PCGS

Grade

MS 64

Year

1852

Circulated/Uncirculated

Uncirculated

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