Choice AU Second Semester 1744-A Sou Marque1744-A SOU M French Colonies Sou Marque AU55 NGC. Breen-397, Vlack-23a, R.8. Struck in the second semester and one of only a couple such examples that were known to Robert Vlack. This example, with nearly full silvering and lovely pale gray color, may possibly be the finest known. The surfaces have exceptional champagne coloration. Just a trace of wear is visible in the form of slightly darkened color on the devices. Minor flaws are noted at the centers on both sides, part of the original flan and incompletely obliterated by striking pressure. Listed on page 51 of the 2008 Guide Book.
From The Liberty Collection of American Colonial Coinage, Part Three. (NGC ID# 2AXG, PCGS# 158678)
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