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    Well Centered, Choice AU 1652 Pine Tree Shilling, Noe-1

    1652 SHILNG Pine Tree Shilling, Large Planchet AU55 NGC. 71.5 grains. Noe-1, Crosby 12-I, R.2. As with all Noe-1 shillings, this piece was struck on a smooth, large planchet. The colon punctuation is unusual and diagnostic for the variety. With the classic look of Massachusetts silver, this piece is an excellent example for a high grade Colonial type set. This is an especially well-centered Pine Tree shilling that is well defined in all areas with virtually complete legends and denticles, being weak only on the lower obverse. Deep blue-gray toning covers each side with no obvious or distracting abrasions. An especially choice example of this highly sought-after piece of Colonial Americana. Listed on page 18 of the current Guide Book.(#23)

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 23)

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2004
    18th-21st Wednesday-Saturday
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