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Choice Mint State 1809 O-115 (a) Half Dollar

1809 50C MS64 NGC. O-115, R.3. This coin presents an intermediate die state with just two of the three die cracks described by Overton (Parsley). Recent discussion has centered around the proper method of handling such coins. Most students agree that it is best not to call any coin a specific die state unless it meets all characteristics and qualifies without question. Otherwise, a discussion of the die condition is necessary. Although this piece is certified as O-115a, it does not have the die crack across the bust, connecting stars 1 through 4 as described, thus must be termed an intermediate state. Both sides have reddish-gold toning with pale green and olive iridescence only on the obverse. It is nicely struck with frosty surfaces, and exhibits excellent aesthetic appeal.
From The Westmoreland, Virginia Collection, Part Two.(Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 24ES, PCGS# 6092)

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