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    1804 C-8, B-7 Half Cent, AU50
    Late Die State

    1804 Spiked Chin, C-8, B-7, R.1, AU50 NGC. CAC. Our EAC grade VF25. 86.2 grains. Breen Die State VII. Manley Die State 6.0. Fuhrman Die State 7. The top of the E in LIBERTY is faintly visible on this late die state example of the plentiful 1804 C-8 half cent. Intermingled bluish-steel and light chocolate patina provides an attractive presentation. This is an excellent candidate for the collector seeking an example of the Spiked Chin type.
    Ex: Jon Hanson (9/10/1973); Donald G. Partrick.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 222G, Variety PCGS# 35167, Base PCGS# 1075)

    Weight: 5.44 grams

    Metal: 100% Copper


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