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    Pleasing XF40 Oak Tree Sixpence, Noe-20

    1652 6PENCE Oak Tree Sixpence XF40 NGC. Noe-20, R.6. 31.8 grains. The coin does not show much wear, but it has been straightened (possibly only to remove the planchet wave caused by striking). A punch mark between 2 and D results in a small flattened area on the other side at the A of MASATHUSTS. The surfaces display mixed tones of silver on this specimen made before die recutting which resulted in Noe 21 and 22 (the later states are also rare varieties). This is one the varieties sometimes struck on cut down Shillings and this coin is worth close examination to determine if any of the marks are remains of an undertype. Listed on page 18 of the 2003 Guide Book.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 19)

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    May, 2003
    29th-31st Thursday-Saturday
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