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    1788 Massachusetts Cent, MS63 Brown
    Ryder 11-E, Ex: Ryder, Ford
    The Finest Known

    1788 1C Massachusetts Cent, Period, Ryder 11-E, W-6300, Low R.4, MS63 Brown NGC. Ex: Ryder. Ryder 11-E is decidedly rare above the XF grade level, and this piece is believed to be the finest known. Glossy olive-brown color blankets each side, and the centers are sharply struck, particularly on CENT and the eagle's neck feathers. A few small areas of minor corrosion are observed on the reverse, but these are hardly obtrusive.
    Ex: Henry Chapman (2/1909); Hillyer Ryder; F.C.C. Boyd; John J. Ford, Jr. Collection (Stack's, 10/2004), lot 142; Jon Hanson; Donald Groves Partrick.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2B27, PCGS# 311)

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2015
    7th-12th Wednesday-Monday
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