1810 O.102' Capped Bust Half Dollar PCGS VF30 CAC, a rare, True Prime die state

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CAC approved. Original, appealing and with great original toning and too much luster for a mere 30, but the truly important thing here is the die state. But...does anybody care? This is the earliest example of the 102 die pair that I've seen in more than 30 years of hunting. There is no hint of a die crack at the base of the date, heading towards the left stars. Virtually all of these have some evidence of that crack. As well, 102's tend to show weakness in the central portions, centered on the chin and upper left (eagle's right) wing. Here, we see the upper wing a tad on the soft side, but the chin is as bold as I can recall seeing...or even hearing about.

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PCGS # 6095
Grading Service PCGS
Denom Type Capped Bust Half Dollar
Grade VF30
Year of Issue 1810
Mint Location Philadelphia
Designation NONE
Circ/UnCirc Circulated
Strike Type Business
Grade Add On CAC
Holder Type N/A
Item Returns This item can be returned
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