1828 Half, Colorful MS63 Overton-117a
1828 50C Square Base 2, Small 8, Large Letters MS63 PCGS.
O-117a, R.1. This patinated Select half dollar has lilac-red
and steel-gray centers framed by caramel-gold and sea-green
margins. The satiny surfaces are mark-free except for faint
abrasions on the field near the chin. A crisp, even strike with
only minor merging noted on the high points. Population: 24 in 63,
39 finer (4/13). (NGC ID# 24FR, PCGS# 6151)
Large Letters, Square 2, Small 8
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