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Lot 104

1785 Vermont Landscape Ryder-2 Rarity-2. PCGS graded VF-35. The "VERMONTS" type. Frosty medium brown and light chocolate. Just nominal wear on the devices. No corrosion or contact marks, but there are some of the usual planchet flaws that plague these landscape types. While most of the obverse is smooth and problem-free, there are a few minor striation voids extending from NNE to SSW plus a shallow void near the rim at K-11. The right half of the reverse is smooth as well, but the left half is covered with vertical striation voids that weaken DECIMA. The date is bold and the centering is nearly perfect. M-LDS with a strong die crack reaching up from the rim through the 8 to the plow and beyond. Listed on pages 71-72 in the "Redbook."
Estimated Value $1,500-UP.

Realized $1,093

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