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    1724 Hibernia Halfpenny, MS66 Red and Brown
    Single Finest at PCGS, Martin 4.73-L.2

    1724 1/2 P Hibernia Halfpenny MS66 Red and Brown PCGS. M. 4.73-L.2, W-13730, R.5. PCGS has certified only a single 1724 Hibernia halfpenny as MS66 or finer, and that coin is the present lot. At NGC, the highest numerically graded is also MS66 Red and Brown (3/21). This magnificent Premium Gem approaches full Red status, held back by a hint of tan toning on the king's cheek and the reverse margin at 10 o'clock. The orange-red color is remarkable given the halfpenny was struck nearly 300 years ago. The only imperfections are a few pinpoint flecks on the upper right obverse field. Listed on page 47 of the 2021 Guide Book.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2ATH, PCGS# 191)

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