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    1797 V-2, LM-1 Half Dime, MS62
    15 Stars Obverse

    1797 H10C 15 Stars MS62 NGC. V-2, LM-1, R.3. Most numismatic students consider the 15 Stars coins the first 1797 half dimes minted from an obverse die that was actually created the previous year, prior to the entry of Tennessee to the U.S. in June 1796. Next were the 16 Stars coins from an obverse that was most likely engraved in 1797, and finally the 13 Stars were coined last.
    Typical of most or all survivors, this pleasing Mint State piece is weak at the centers with heavy clash marks. Negligible adjustment marks are noted at the top of the obverse . The satiny surfaces are fully lustrous with a combination of brilliant silver and peripheral gold and blue toning. Census: 10 in 62, 22 finer (12/11).(Registry values: P6) (NGC ID# 22ZZ, PCGS# 4258)


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    February, 2012
    2nd-5th Thursday-Sunday
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