1806 50C 6 Over Inverted 6 AU58 NGC....
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Reflective surfaces are visible beneath variegated gray, rose, sea-green, and lilac toning on both sides. The strike is typically weak at the drapery and right facing wing. A few minor scrapes and abrasions are evident on each side, including a thin, shallow mark on Liberty's neck.
A rarity in higher grades, and the present piece ranks third finest overall for the O-111 die marriage.
Haseltine-1, Beistle 2-B, Overton-22, PCGS # 6078, Encyclopedia-4590.
Ex: Michael Summers (8/1999).
From The Westmoreland County Collection of Early Bust Halves, 1794-1807.(Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 24EL, PCGS# 6078)
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