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1814/3 50C MS66 NGC....

2009 April-May Cincinnati, OH (CSNS) US Coin Auction #1124

 
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Auction Ended On: Apr 30, 2009
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Duke Energy Center
525 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Description:
The Finest Known 1814/3 Half, O-101a, MS66
1814/3 50C MS66 NGC. Ex Kaufman. O-101a, R.2. The 1814/3 half dollar boasts one of the strongest overdates in the entire Capped Bust series with the top of the 3 boldly visible just below the top of the 4. The late state, designated as O-101a, has clash marks and die cracks on both sides. The obverse is cracked through the base of the date, with a second crack beginning below the bust and curving up through every star on the left, across the cap, and back down through every star on the right. The encircling die crack is unusual, as it is actually a single die crack. Most peripheral die cracks are actually a series of cracks joining the various elements. The reverse has a crack from the border below the left wing tip, through or below all letters in UNITED and STA.
This Premium Gem is undoubtedly the finest known 1814/3 half dollar. It is the only MS66 example that NGC has certified, and the finest PCGS has examined grades just MS64. Stephen Herrman records three different MS65 NGC coins that have made recent appearances, including an example in our 2008 ANA Sale.
Fully lustrous grayish-gold surfaces with brilliant underlying mint frost. Splashes of bluish-green toning are found near the borders, increasing its already outstanding aesthetic appeal. A bold and well centered strike permits full borders and sharp design definition, including excellent hair details, complete stars, and strong feathers. A remarkable example that will capture the connoisseur's attention.
Ex: Dr. Juan XII Suros Collection (Superior, 2/1999), lot 175.
From The Joseph C. Thomas Collection.
(Registry values: N1) (NGC ID# 24F4, PCGS# 6106)

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