1830 Capped Bust Half Dollars

Design Design Type 5 1825-1831, Design Type 6 1826-1830 and Design Type 7 1830-1832

Mintage: 4,764,800

Overton Numbers and Rarities:
O-101 (R1)
O-102 (R3)
O-103 (R1)
O-104 (R3)
O-105 (R4)
O-106 (R2) O-106a (R4)
O-107 (R2) O-107a (R2)
O-108 (R3) 
O-109 (R3)
O-110 (R3)
O-111 (R2)
O-112 (R4+) O-112a (R4+)
O-113 (R2)
O-114 (R5)
O-115 (R2)
O-116 (R2)
O-117 (R2)
O-118 (R3)
O-119 (R1)
O-120 (R1)
O-121 (R3)
O-122 (R1)
O-123 (R1)

Redbook Varieties:
1830, Small 0
1830, Large 0
1823, Large Letters
O-101 Thru O-119
O-120 thru O-123
The use of 2 Design hubs continues, with the addition of a third. Slight modifications on this new hub were made to the cap size, mouth, jaw line, and curls. This new hub intermingles with the Design 5 and 6 hubs in this year.

O-119 is considered the "Medium 0" variety.
Some varieties show vertical lines impressed between the words FIFTY CENTS OR HALF A DOLLAR on the edge.
Important Historical Events of 1830

1st locomotive in US, "Tom Thumb", runs from Baltimore to Ellicotts Mill