1835 O-107 R1 Capped Bust Half Dollar
Reverse: C (Second Marriage)
This is perhaps the most common 1835 dated CBH. Generally available in all grades, a nice example is usually on the market somewhere at all times...
Possible 5/4 Overtate
Variety Attribution: Obverse-Star 8 is 1 full mm. from cap. Date is 7 mm., 18 wider than 835. 5 has a broad, curved, pointed, horn type top that has been recut. This variety and O-101 are the only two in 1835 that have this type 5 in the date. There is a thin line of the first cutting wide to right of the curved top. A line joins stand and ball of 5. A sharp dot is to right of the outer curve of 5. This might be an 1835 over 4, but there is not enough evidence to attribute it as such. It is one of the most common varieties in 1835.
Reverse- 50 C. is 1 mm., 5 higher than 0, has a well curved top and is tipped sharply to left. Arrow to A is 1 mm. Left sides T-I in line. A us higher than M and leans to left. ER wide spaced and out of line. Line 2 of stripe 3 solid to crossbar 2. Right corner of shield extends upward. E centered under left side of D.
1835 Leaman-Gunnet Emission Sequence Number for O-107: 6Overall Number: 418
Top five condition census coins from last 10 years of auction and sale records:
04/19 Heritage (CSNS-Chicago) PCGS MS65 CAC (former NGC MS64 CAC, Newman)
04/19 Heritage (CSNS-Chicago) PCGS MS64+
09/18 Heritage (Long Beach) NGC MS64
06/12 Stack's-B (Baltimore) NGC MS64
07/14 Heritage (FUN-Orlando) PCGS MS63