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    1652 Oak Tree Sixpence, AU Details
    Noe-12, IN on Obverse

    1652 6PENCE Oak Tree Sixpence, IN on Obverse -- Damage -- PCGS Genuine. AU Details. Noe-12, W-400, Salmon 2a-B, R.5. The first S in MASATHVSETS is engraved backwards on Noe-12. This AU-level coin shows a shallow kink in the planchet at 10 o'clock relative to the obverse, with a couple of minor hits in the center at the date. The coin is otherwise characteristic of Massachusetts silver struck on a rocker press. This piece is sharply detailed and well-centered with all legends more or less on the flan. Both sides have nearly complete border beads. Listed on page 41 of the 2018 Guide Book.

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    September, 2017
    7th-10th Thursday-Sunday
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