1794 50C -- Bent, Damaged -- NGC Details. Fine. O-107, R.6....
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Cobb Galleria Centre
Two Galleria Parkway
Rare O-107 Variety
This example appears original and wholesome except for a trio of dents on the obverse and a resultant bend in the coin. Otherwise, it displays natural deep, dove-gray color with details approaching VF if not for the damage. The date is complete with only slight weakness at the bottom. The diagnostics for the O-107 variety are clear with Star 1 terminating at Liberty's first curl (but not penetrating it) and the point of Star 15 very close to the extreme end of Liberty's bust. It has the correct reverse die pairing with berries 10-11 (the only reverse with 21 berries, also seen on several other varieties of the date).
From the collection of Donald E. Bently, sold for the benefit of the Bently Foundation.
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