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Sale 96

Lot 82

1823/2 N-1 R2 Overdate 3 over 2 PCGS graded AU55+, CAC Approved. Glossy light to medium chocolate brown and steel with lighter brown and tan toning scattered over protected areas, particularly on the obverse. Satiny mint luster shows in the fields and protected areas and this cent offers excellent eye appeal. No roughness or verdigris, only a few minor contact marks. A small collection of tiny ticks in the field midway between star 12 and the main curl are good identifying marks, but you will need a glass to see them. MDS with minor dentil fusing from star 2 to the top of star 3. The overdate feature is strong. A nice example of a date that is difficult to find in upper grades. Noyes graded VF35 and tied for CC#15, his photo #25427. Our grade is EF40. The attribution and Koshkarian provenance are noted on the PCGS label. PCGS population 1; 4 finer, 2 in 58, 1 in 62, 1 in 64+. Estimate Value $7,500 - UP
Ex Loye L. Lauder, William Doyle Galleries 12/16/1983:399 (plated)-Dr. Robert J. Shalowitz 4/12/1985-R. S. Brown, Jr., Superior 9/30/1986:571-Wes Rasmussen, Heritage 1/13/2005:3477-Heritage 6/2005:5101-Doug Bird 6/2006.

Realized $14,100

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