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    1652 Oak Tree Shilling, AU50
    Noe-5, IN at Bottom

    1652 SHILNG Oak Tree Shilling, IN at Bottom, AU50 NGC. Noe-5, W-470, Salmon 3-D, R.2. 71.8 grains. Moderately off-center on the obverse toward 6 o'clock -- as are most examples of Noe-5 -- the reverse is beautifully centered. The letters IN MA are partially off the flan, and the top branches of the oak tree are slightly weak from the S-shaped wave of the rocker press. A vertical planchet indent or crimp leaves most of the design elements unaffected, while glossy and attractive warm-gray patina shows glimpses of reddish-gold luster in well-protected areas. Listed on page 41 of the 2018 Guide Book.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ARL, Variety PCGS# 45362, Base PCGS# 20)


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