1834 O-106 R1, 4 over 4, Large Date, Small Letters, Capped Bust Half Dollar
Very common marriage with many high grade survivors.
Here is another example of an edge lettering error that the Busthalfaddict has found on an 1834 O-106
Variety Attribution: Obverse-1834 over 4, Large crude 4 over small 4. Stars medium in size and most are flat. Date is 8 mm. Part of the crossbar of the first 4 is visible about 1/4 mm. above the crossbar of the final large 4. The front and top of the latter is crooked and ill formed. 183 also will show slight recutting. Both 1 and 4 are much taller than 83. There is a pair of twin segments between stars 6 and 7.
Reverse- 50 C. is slightly less than 1 mm., 5 is tipped to the left. Arrow to A is 1 1/4 mm. I is centered under T. Upper left corner of shield is doubled. Left stand of M is thin, curved, recut, and joined to center at base.
1834 Leaman-Gunnet Emission Sequence Number for O-106: 6Overall Number: 402
Top five condition census coins from last 10 years of auction and sale records:
02/16 Stack's-B (Pogue Part 3) PCGS MS67
01/20 Heritage (FUN-Orlando) PCGS (S) MS66 CAC (Friend, Pogue)
01/17 Heritage (FUN-Ft Lauderdale) NGC MS66 (former PCGS MS64 CAC)
01/19 Heritage (FUN-Orlando) PCGS (S) MS65
10/18 Heritage (Chicago) NGC MS65