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    1652 Pine Tree Shilling, VF35
    Small Planchet, Noe-29, W-930

    1652 Pine Tree Shilling, Small Planchet, VF35 PCGS. Noe-29, W-930, Salmon 11-F, R.3. 70.68 grains. The L in ENGLAND is directly over the 5, and the W in NEW is left of the X. Although this is called the Heavy 5 variety, the strength of that digit matches the others in the date. The obverse is struck off-center toward 9 o'clock, cutting off most of MASAT, but the visible motifs are strong. Several die cracks are noted. The reverse is nicely centered with softness on the lower border. Each side features deep stone-gray surfaces. Listed on page 51 of the 2019 Guide Book.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ARZ, PCGS# 24)

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    April, 2019
    25th-28th Thursday-Sunday
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