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    1652 Large Planchet Pine Tree Shilling, VF20
    Appealing Noe-9, Reversed N Example

    1652 SHILNG Pine Tree Shilling, Large Planchet, Reversed N, VF20 PCGS. Noe-9, W-750, Salmon 7a-Diii, R.6. 70.52 gn. No Pellets at Trunk. The first N in ENGLAND is reversed. This is a well-centered Pine Tree shilling of tremendous historical and numismatic importance, representing the earlier style produced from about 1667 to 1675 with a rocker press and thin, broad planchets. Even, lavender-gray patina covers each side. A lamination occurs above the A in MASATHUSETS, and two vertical pinscratches appear left of the E. All legends are clear, though dentilation is missing around the lower borders.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ARX, Variety PCGS# 45372, Base PCGS# 23)


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