1860 Transitional Half Dime, Judd-267, MS65
1860 H10C Transitional MS65 NGC. Judd-267, Pollock-315, R.4.
This "nationless" coin was one of two mule types struck under Mint
Director James Ross Snowden as trading material to enhance the Mint
Collection. It combines the Stars Obverse design of 1859 with the
reverse die from 1860, at the time that UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
was being moved to the obverse -- hence, "coin without a country."
This silver-white, untoned Gem example is free of singular marks
but softly struck on some of the upper obverse stars and Liberty's
head on the obverse, and correspondingly on portions of the lower
reverse wreath. Census: 15 in 65, 12 finer (1/14).
'Coin Without a Country'
From the collection of Donald E. Bently, sold for the benefit of the Bently Foundation. (NGC ID# 2346, PCGS# 4373)
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