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Lot 451

1832 Capped Bust Dime. . JR-4, Rarity-3. PCGS graded MS-65. Nice gold and lavender toning. Well struck. Three obverse and five reverse dies were combined to create to produce seven varieties. The recorded mintage for this year was 522,500 coins. This was the final full year of coinage at the first Mint facility. The new Mint building of the Second Philadelphia Mint had been under construction since the summer of 1829 and was finally nearing completion.

A satiny golden gray gem with a vivid display of the aforementioned iridescence and toning on both sides. Well struck. Identifiable by a small carbon spot at the base of U in UNITED along with several other similar features on the reverse. Pop 16; 5 finer in 66 (PCGS # 4521) .
Estimated Value $5,000 - 5,500.
The Mark Gordon Collection.

Realized $5,463

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