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Attractive 1829 Small Letters Fifty Cent
O-105, MS66

1829 50C Small Letters MS66 NGC. Ex: Eliasberg/Kaufman. O-105, R.1. The recut upper arrow shaft is characteristic of early die states of Overton-105, the I in PLURIBUS is entirely right of the stand of the second T in STATES, and TAT of STATES progresses downward, the first T considerably above the first S and the A, while the second T is below the A.
This sharply struck Premium Gem displays the design elements nicely centered on the planchet. Light bluish-gray dominates both sides, accented with golden-orange, purple, and ice-blue. Partially prooflike fields highlight the motifs at certain angles. A few minuscule grade-consistent marks do not detract in the least from the coin's pleasing eye appeal.
Ex: George H. Earle Collection, Henry Chapman (6/1912); John H. Clapp; Clapp Estate, 1942, to Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr.; Louis E. Eliasberg Collection (Bowers and Merena, 4/1997), lot 1849.
From The Joseph C. Thomas Collection.
(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 24FS, PCGS# 6154)


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