Scarce 1793 Lettered Edge Wreath Cent1793 1C Wreath Cent--Lettered Edge--Fine 15 PCGS. Presumably S-11c, Low R.3. The PCGS insert states Lettered Edge, but does not distinguish between the Single Leaf and Double Leaves edge variants. The more available S-11c is assumed. Milky brick-red fields contrast with tan-brown legends and devices. Liberty's hair has a vertical strike of silver color. A few minor edge dings and a small area of grainy surface in front of the nose, but all legends are bold and the types are clear.
From The Thomas Wolfe Collection, Part One.(#1350) (Registry values: P4) (NGC ID# 223J, PCGS# 1350)
Weight: 13.48 grams
Metal: 100% Copper
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