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1941 50C Walking Liberty Half Mated Pair.... (Total: 2 coins)

2013 November 1 - 3 US Coin Signature Auction - New York #1191

 
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Auction Ended On: Nov 1, 2013
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1941 Walking Liberty Half Mated Error Pair, AU58
First Coin Double Struck, 2nd Strike Off Center
Second Coin on Quarter Planchet
1941 50C Walking Liberty Half Mated Pair. Coin #1 is a 1941 Half -- Double Struck, Second Strike 90% Off Center -- AU58 NGC. Coin #2 is a 1941 Half -- Struck on Quarter Planchet with Edge Brockage -- AU58 NGC. The two coins have consecutive certification numbers. The second coin weighs 6.3 gm, similar to the standard 6.25 gm weight of a silver quarter. The first strike for coin #1 was normal, but it failed to fully eject from the dies, though it was forced far off center by a newly fed quarter planchet, which became coin #2. The dies came together, which was the second strike for coin #1 and the first strike for coin #2. The strike for coin #1 was 90% off center toward 8:30, at 7:30 relative to the first strike. The strike for coin #2 includes a small edge brockage at 2:30, from the reeding of the first strike of coin #1. Both coins are untoned and display substantial luster. A remarkable mated error.
From The Geyer Family Collection.

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