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    Bold 1794 Half Cent, AU55 PCGS

    1794 1/2 C AU55 PCGS. B-6b, C-4a, R.3. The 9 in the date is low, and the E in UNITED is entered high. The Small Edge Letters subvariety is assumed, since the Large Edge Letters is extremely rare. An intricately detailed mahogany-brown early Half Cent with generally smooth surfaces. A faint die crack (as made) wanders across STATES OF. Struck from clashed dies.
    From the Fred Miller Collection.(#1003) (NGC ID# 2223, PCGS# 1003)

    Weight: 6.74 grams

    Metal: 100% Copper


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2004
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
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