Choice VF Oak Tree Shilling
1652 SHILNG Oak Tree Shilling VF35 PCGS. Crosby 2-D, Noe-5,
W-470, R.2. 67.9 gn. IN at bottom. A problem-free sea-green and
lavender-gray representative of this desirable Early American type.
The obverse die is misaligned slightly toward 6 o'clock, and the
reverse die is misaligned in the opposite direction. A mild flan
wave is due to its rocker press production and causes moderately
uneven wear, though most design details are clear.
Very Late Dies Noe-5
The die state is as late as the present cataloger has seen on a Noe-5. A large cud at 12 o'clock on the obverse affects the sharpness opposite over the NGL in ENGLAND. A second cud at 6 o'clock on the reverse causes a soft impression near the N in IN. The slender die breaks on the right reverse border are usual for N-5, but the die breaks within the D and O in DOM are uncommon, and die breaks on the N in AN thicken and misshape the letter. Listed on page 37 of the 2012 Guide Book. (NGC ID# 2ARN, PCGS# 20)
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