1830 O-103 R1 Small 0 Capped Bust Half Dollar

Obverse: 2
Reverse: C
Seems to be one of the easiest 1830's to obtain with many specimens in high grade up through MS66.

PCGS Graded AU55. A heavily and deeply toned example that looks almost like a piece of candy. Other than the toning and muted luster, there aren't any marks of note.
1830, O-103, Small 0, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
1830, O-103, Small 0, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
1830, O-103, Small 0, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
1830, O-103, Small 0, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
Variety Attribution: Obverse-Star 1 is 1 1/2 mm. from drapery. Star 13 is 3/4 mm. from curl. Stars have round blunt points. Date is 8 1/4 mm, and slightly low.

Reverse- 50 C. is 1 1/2 mm.  Arrow to A is 1/2 mm. Right side of T-I in line. There is a fine die defect line from center arrowpoint to milling. First S in STATES is high and wide. C in AMERICA is punched low in relation to adjacent letters. Line 1 of stripe 2 to second crossbar.

1830 Leaman-Gunnet Emission Sequence Number for O-103: 8
Overall Number: 320

Top five condition census coins from last 10 years of auction and sale records:
02/16 Stack's-B (Pogue Part 3)              PCGS MS66+
12/17 Legend (Regency XXIV)              PCGS MS65 (Ex Newman, NGC MS65)
07/15 Heritage (FUN-Orlando)              NGC MS65+ (Newman)
8/18 Heritage (ANA-Philly)                      PCGS (S) MS64
02/18 Heritage (Long Beach)                 PCGS MS64

NGC Graded AU53. This one has the CAC sticker. Gray dirt toning and a decent flash of luster. Interesting comparing this one to the one above.
1830, O-103, Small 0, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
1830, O-103, Small 0, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
1830, O-103, Small 0, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
1830, O-103, Small 0, Capped Bust, Half Dollar