1833 O-106 R2 Capped Bust Half Dollar
Common marriage with examples in all grades up through MS64.
PCGS Graded AU58. A later die state of the Laced Lips variety. I wish all my Busties would be like this! No rim protection either side, yet this has full luster in the fields, and I believe that what looks like wear are actually flat strike spots and not wear. Luster is missing on only the open high areas. This is yet another Guido (see 1810 O-105 for more info) and the edge lettering is a mangled mess.
Here we go. Some edge pics as best as I can get them with the edge view holder. FIFTY
Not as blurry as it looks. The letters in CENTS are tough to read...
OR HALF? Guidos are fun
Looks like DOLLAR starts above and below it all ends with a *.
Variety Attribution: Obverse-Star 1 is 1 mm. from drapery, Star 13 is 1/2 mm. from curl. and points directly to small notch at back of same. Date is 8 mm.and low, 18 wider than 833. A vertical line joins lips and chin (Laced Lips).
Reverse- 50 C. is 3/4 mm. tall and high. 50 as well as 0 C. are unusually close. Arrow to A is 1/2 mm. Left side of T and right side of I in line.Several stripe lines extend to second crossbar. top of S in motto filled on some specimens. Rust pits in die caused a number of die lumps in field above eagles head.
1833 Leaman-Gunnet Emission Sequence Number for O-106: 15Overall Number: 394
Top five condition census coins from last 10 years of auction and sale records:
08/11 Stack's-B (ANA-Chicago) PCGS MS64 CAC
10/19 Heritage (October-Signature) PCGS (S) MS63
08/11 Heritage (Chicago) NGC MS63
02/20 Heritage (Long Beach) PCGS MS62
06/18 Heritage (Long Beach) NGC MS62