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    Almost Uncirculated Noe-5 Oak Tree Shilling

    1652 SHILNG Oak Tree Shilling AU53 PCGS. Noe-5, Crosby 2-D, R.2. 73.3 grains. A bit off center on the obverse, as usually seen on this variety, the devices are well defined and cut into the die sufficiently deep to render a good impression. The surfaces are bright with traces of luster still remaining and evident even through the multiple layerings of gray, blue, and rose toning that covers each side. Two planchet cracks are seen on the lower obverse and affect the reverse as well. One of the finest Noe-5 shillings known. Listed on page 18 of the 2003 Guide Book.
    From the Wesley Van Olden Collection of Colonial Coinage.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 20)


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    September, 2003
    18th-20th Thursday-Saturday
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