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    1794 Half Cent, VF Details
    C-1b, Small Edge Letters
    Rare Cohen Subvariety

    1794 1/2 C Normal Head, Small Edge Letters, C-1b, B-1b, R.6 -- Tooled -- PCGS Genuine. VF Details. Manley Die State 1.0. The vast majority of Cohen-1 1794 half cents exhibit large edge letters. Early 20th century collector F.R. Alvord is credited as the discoverer of the rare small edge letters subvariety. Most survivors are in low grades. This well-defined example has a deep gunmetal-gray reverse. The obverse has steel-blue high points, while recessed areas are peach-red. The surfaces are occasionally granular, and the obverse field shows signs of smoothing. Our EAC grade Fine 12.

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    November, 2021
    11th-14th Thursday-Sunday
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