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    1845 PR63 Brown Half Cent, B-3, Second Restrike
    Deeply Mirrored, Colorful Example

    1845 1/2 C Restrike PR63 Brown PCGS. B-3, Low R.7. A Second Restrike; the reverse does not display doubling on the T in CENT. Rather, there are die file marks (as produced) at the denticles outside RICA in AMERICA. This is a toned, medium brown example with glassy gold- and orange-tinged undertones. As expected for a specimen striking, the definition is razor-sharp in all areas, and there are no mentionable handling marks. A spot in the left obverse field at star 3, however, is noted. Population: 2 in 63 Brown, 4 finer (10/10). MRB PR60.
    From The Joseph C. Thomas Collection, Part Two.(Registry values: P4) (NGC ID# 26ZD, PCGS# 1281)


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