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1795 50C Small Head VG10 PCGS. O-127a, High R.6. The obverse has the usual cracks with only a slight raising of the area between cracks at the upper right. The reverse exhibits the normal die crack at the lower left, although it is only faintly visible. Medium silver-gray surfaces with hints of peripheral blue on each side, around lighter tan and gold toning. This is the fourth (and final) pairing of this reverse die. As expected, this obverse-reverse mating shows a much more extensively cracked reverse die than earlier uses. Only 13-15 pieces are believed known of the O-127, and of those probably no more than half a dozen are from this advanced state of the dies. Haseltine-19; Beistle 19a-Gb; Overton-59; Hilt 25-Z; PCGS #6054; Encyclopedia-4564.Ex: Sheridan Downey (11/1999), lot 85.From The Westmoreland County Collection of Early Bust Halves, Part Two.Shipping: Coins & Currency (view shipping information)