1860 H10C J-267 Transitional MS66 PCGS. During the years ...
1860 Transitional Half Dime, MS66 PCGS1860 H10C J-267 Transitional MS66 PCGS. During the years 1859 and 1860 interesting half dime patterns were made which do not bear the nation's identity. These are transitional pieces, not made for circulation, but struck at the time the inscription UNITED STATES OF AMERICA was being transferred from the reverse to the obverse. The stars of both the 1859 and 1860 issues are hollow. This example features speckled aqua blue, olive, crimson, violet, and gold toning over lustrous surfaces. Sharply impressed, save for weakness on the bow knot. The surfaces of this fabulous coin are virtually unblemished. Population: 6 in 66, 7 finer (7/04).(#4373) (NGC ID# 2346, PCGS# 4373)
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