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    1662 Oak Tree Twopence, AU58
    Small 2, Noe-29, Ideal for Type

    1662 2PENCE Oak Tree Twopence, Small 2, AU58 NGC. Crosby 1-A2, Noe-29, W-240, Salmon 1-A, R.4. 13.4 gn. A lovely cream-gray Oak Tree type coin. The obverse is nicely centered, and shows a complete legend and all of the outer beads. The reverse is misaligned toward 10:30 but also has full legends, though the upper outer beads are off the flan. The A in ENGLAND is softly brought up, and the AT in MASATHVSETS is a bit weak, but the remainder of the strike is consistent. Satin luster is apparent across unmarked surfaces. Listed on page 40 of the 2018 Guide Book. Census: 4 in 58, 11 finer (1/18).

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ARD, Variety PCGS# 45355, Base PCGS# 17)

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    February, 2018
    22nd-27th Thursday-Tuesday
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