1835 O-101 Half Dollar, MS64
1835 50C MS64 NGC. O-101, R.1. The 5 in 50 C is repunched.
Light to medium walnut-tan toning visits this lustrous and
attractively preserved near-Gem. The strike is bold save for
blending near the forehead, on the first three stars, and on a
small portion of the left (facing) wing. The portrait displays a
few parallel roller marks, as produced.
Lustrous and Smooth
From the collection of Donald E. Bently, sold for the benefit of the Bently Foundation.(Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 24FZ, PCGS# 6168)
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