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    1652 Oak Tree Shilling, Noe-1
    IN at Left, Salmon 1-A
    Uncirculated Details

    1652 SHILNG Oak Tree Shilling, IN at Left -- Damage -- PCGS Genuine. Unc. Details. Noe-1, W-430, Salmon 1-A, R.3. 52.55 gn. The expected weight of an Oak Tree shilling is about 71 grains. Clipped outside the Boston Mint, affecting the upper portions of DOM NEW and MASA. The gunmetal-gray surfaces glimmer with luster, and are well defined except on the roots of the tree and the right-side obverse letters. The flan exhibits the natural wave associated with rocker press emission. Listed on page 39 of the 2016 Guide Book.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ARK, Variety PCGS# 45361, Base PCGS# 20)

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2016
    6th-11th Wednesday-Monday
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