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Lot 2155

1801 Draped Bust Half Dollar. . O-102, R4. PCGS graded VF-35. Boldly struck with plenty of detail for the grade. A most pleasing example, free from adjustment marks with nice clean rims. All is overlaid with natural light to medium lilac-greyish antique toning. Production of half dollars resumed in 1801 after an approximate four year hiatus. A total of 30,289 pieces were minted. This new type reverse is referred to as the heraldic type. It is attributed to Robert Scot and was first used on other denominations for coinage. Both 1801 varieties are scarce or very scarce depending on condition (PCGS # 6064) .
Estimated Value $4,000 - 5,000.

Realized $6,038

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