1805 O.107 R5 Small 5 Draped Bust Half Dollar ANACS F15

Do not let the holder fool you...or scare you away. This is a superb, totally original coin, without issues of any sort. And, this is the single (known) obverse die used for half dollars in 1805 that employed the naked-eye distinctive, Small 5. I would assume that was a punch intended for a quarter die. The reverse is a bit bluntly struck, as these are always seen, and thus appears to have more wear...though we know that simply isn't possible. Both sides of this coin circulated the exact same amount!

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PCGS # 6069
Grading Service ANACS
Denom Type Draped Bust Half Dollar
Grade F15
Year of Issue 1805
Mint Location Philadelphia
Designation NONE
Circ/UnCirc Circulated
Strike Type Business
Grade Add On NONE
Holder Type N/A
Is on Sale No
Item Returns This item can be returned
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