1814 O-109 R2 Capped Bust Half Dollar
There are a few gems at the top of the census, but this marriage does not appear quite as often as an R2 would indicate. Very tough above the XF grade in a problem free state.
PCGS Graded XF45. Another one that looks like an old barn find. Lots of crust. Luster is buried beneath a thick layer of oxidation. Has an AU level of detail.
Variety Attribution: Obverse- Stars all sharp and well formed. Date a wide 10 1/4 mm., widest of 1814. All seen show clash marks.
Reverse- 50 C. is 2 mm. and low. Arrows to A is 1 mm. There are two center dots, one between crossbars 4 and 5 and one between 5 and 6. I nearly centered under T. Clash marks are usual.
1814 Leaman-Gunnet Emission Sequence Number for O-109: 6
Overall Number: 78
Top five condition census coins from last 10 years of auction and sale records:
05/17 Legend (Regency XXI New Orleans) PCGS MS65 (former NGC MS63)
05/17 Heritage (CSNS-Chicago) PCGS NS65 (former NGC MS64 CAC)
09/08 Heritage (Long Beach) PCGS MS65 CAC
08/17 Heritage (ANA-Denver) PCGS MS64 CAC
11/13 Heritage (Newman) NGC MS64 CAC