1796 50C 16 Stars Fair 2 PCGS. O-102, High R.5....
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Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
5555 N. River Road
Rosemont, IL 60018
A Problem-Free Type Coin
Apparently an early die state with no visible evidence of the crack through stars 1 to 4. This well-worn example has a complete bust, a sharp date, and a dozen fully outlined stars, with a few border dentils visible at the lower edge. The reverse is worn smooth with no visible details. Most important about this piece, in addition to the sharp and complete date, is the surface quality. There are a few microscopic lines and marks, including a tiny reverse rim nick at 12 o'clock, but it is essentially a problem-free coin. Both sides are light tan with wisps of delicate blue on the obverse.
Ex: Bowers and Merena (11/1993), lot 335; Stack's (1/1995), lot 504.(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 24EA, PCGS# 6058)
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