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    1833 C-1 Half Cent, MS64 Red
    Rare With Initial Mint Color

    1833 1/2 C C-1, B-1, R.1, MS64 Red PCGS. Manley Die State 2.0, clashed. A splendid Choice Classic type coin. The brick-red surfaces are crisply struck and essentially devoid of contact. Moderate carbon is distributed, along with three brief steel-blue streaks near star 3. The 1833 is available in most grades, but examples with full Mint bloom are rare. Housed in a green label holder. Our EAC grade MS64. Population: 12 in 64 Red, 2 finer (8/20).

    Coin Index Numbers: (Variety PCGS# 35284, Base PCGS# 1164)

    Weight: 5.44 grams

    Metal: 100% Copper


    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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    September, 2020
    18th-20th Friday-Sunday
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