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    1652 SHILNG Oak Tree Shilling, IN at Bottom -- Damaged -- PCGS Genuine. Fine Details. Noe-13, W-520, Salmon 10-G, R.6. 68.9 gn. A silver-gray example with golden-brown high points and faint iridescence across the smoothly worn fields. A mostly round flan with intact legends. The surfaces are somewhat wavy and exhibit uneven wear, with the GLA in ENGLAND missing. A crease crosses the obverse through the top of the tree trunk from the rocker press. Most of the tree is bold, and the date and denomination are readable. Listed on page 41 of the 2018 Guide Book.

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    June, 2017
    8th-11th Thursday-Sunday
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