1853-O H10C No Arrows MS63 PCGS....
Desirable Select 1853-O No Arrows Half Dime1853-O H10C No Arrows MS63 PCGS. Though 160,000 half dimes were struck in New Orleans in 1853 prior to the weight change in that year, most of them were lost, likely reduced to bullion and converted to new-tenor coinage. As a result, the 1853-O No Arrows half dime is an elusive coin in any grade, and Mint State examples such as the present Select piece are conditionally rare. This well struck representative is pleasingly lustrous beneath peach, orange, and silver-green patina. Carefully preserved for the grade assigned and housed in a green label holder. Population: 1 in 63, 5 finer (3/09).
From The Twin Leaf Collection.(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 233N, PCGS# 4352)
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