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Uncirculated Details 1796 Draped Bust Cent Ex Halpern, Beymer, Brown 1796 Cent Draped Bust. S-110.

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Uncirculated Details 1796 Draped Bust Cent Ex Halpern, Beymer, Brown   1796 Cent Draped Bust. S-110.
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Uncirculated Details 1796 Draped Bust Cent
Ex Halpern, Beymer, Brown
1796 Cent Draped Bust. S-110. Reverse of 1794. Rarity-3. Late Die State. Genuine. Unc Details – Environmental Damage – PCGS. This deep chocolate-brown specimen exhibits bold design elements and surfaces that appear hard at first glance. Close-in examination reveals the reason for the PCGS qualifier – faint granularity is present, especially at the reverse center. Still, the present coin would be welcomed in just about any collection currently being formed; it is listed as “net VF-35” by EAC, and is considered high in the Condition Census for the variety. The pedigree for the specimen is lengthy, and filled with many familiar names in the realm of early American coppers. Late die state (LDS) with heavy obverse rim cud at TY, heavy crack to left from date, another at tip of bust, another from T into tresses below, still others in the field before the portrait, die chip at E of UNITED on reverse. One glance will suffice – this is a superior coin despite the minor qualifier PCGS insists upon, and bidders will be in hot pursuit.
From Butternut-Colonel Steven Ellsworth, 2013; Dave Waller, 2009; EAC 2002 Sale, lot 210; Superior’s sale of the Robinson Brown Collection, January, 1996, lot 152; R.E. Naftzger; EAC 1989 Sale, lot 69; Jack Beymer; Anthony Terranova; Herman Halpern; Stack’s sale of March, 1988, lot 123; Bruce Morgan; Leon Chesanoff; James Evan, October, 1985; Fred Sweeney Fixed Price List No. 100, October, 1976.
PCGS #35801




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