Description1805 H10C V-1, LM-1, R.4 -- Damage -- PCGS Genuine. VF Details. A thin scratch below the date and a rim nick at 6:30 confirm the PCGS designation. The gunmetal-gray surfaces are otherwise unblemished. The right (facing) wingtip is softly brought up. The only die marriage for the low production of 15,600 pieces. No further half dimes would be struck until 1829.
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