1820 50C Square Base Knob 2, Large Date XF45 PCGS....
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Both of the State a reverse cracks are prominent on this example. However, there is no evidence of the die chip that appears on the latest die state coins.
A few faint hairlines are visible beneath light gray and deeper iridescent toning on the obverse of this pleasing piece. Both sides have the usual trivial handling marks that one expects for the grade.
From The Donald R. Frederick Collection of Early U.S. Coinage: Bayside Part II.
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