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    1662 Large 2 Oak Tree Twopence
    VF Details, Noe-34

    1662 2PENCE Oak Tree Twopence, Large 2 -- Chop Mark -- PCGS Genuine. VF Details. Noe-34, W-240, Salmon 1-B, R.5. A letter D is counterstamped on the central obverse, but this cream-gray example is otherwise attractive. Mostly well defined, though a few peripheral letters exhibit greater wear. All Oak Tree twopence are from the same die pair, though the 2 in the date and the nearby letters AN were recut midway through coinage. The distinction between Noe-33 and Noe-34 is indefinite, related to the strength of the horizontal die crack through the date. Salmon (2010) merged Noe-32, Noe-33, Noe-33.5, and Noe-34 into a single listing. Whitman (2009) designated all Oak Tree twopence as W-240. Listed on page 40 of the 2017 Guide Book.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2017
    16th-19th Thursday-Sunday
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