1806 O-127 R6 Draped Bust Half Dollar
Pointed 6, Stem through claw
O-127 now has one appearance (as of 01/2018). O-127a pictured and is very rare. 19 known. The best are two (?) VF25's with several at the lowest grades. Not going to post images of the prime die state until a decent one shows up/
Variety Attribution: Obverse-Star 13 nearly touches bust. Star 8 weak. Date is 8 1/2 mm. and 1 nearly touches curl. Top of Y is higher than T. The six is smaller than 180 and higher. stars 6 and 7 almost touch as do stars 10 and 11.
O-127a: Die crack develops from milling through lower points of star 6 which later becomes much heavier and extends to ribbon.
Reverse-None of the 5 berries have stems, the lower one and upper two are close to olive branch while the two center ones are well clear and appear to be suspended in space. Olive stem through claw and a die defect line joins end of stem to tail feathers. Right base of F missing. Star point attached to front of beak. Leaf point to right base of I and distant.
1806 Leaman-Gunnet Emission Sequence Number for O-127: 9
Top five condition census coins from last 10 years of auction and sale records (O-127):
01/18 Heritage (FUN-Tampa) PCGS F details (heavy damage)
Top five condition census coins from last 10 years of auction and sale records (O-127a):
06/14 Heritage (Long Beach) PCGS VF25
01/10 Stack's (Americana) PCGS VF25 (not sold)
08/09 Downey MBS 34 (Meyer/Bakke) VF20 (2 faint scratches obverse)
02/18 Heritage (Long Beach) PCGS F15
03/18 Stacks-B (Baltimore) NGC F12 CAC (Sutton Court)