1C 1847 PCGS MS65RB N-4 NAFTZGER
No question this coin was carefully stored since it was minted-over 164 years ago! It is actually typical to most other Naftzger coins in that is has awesome quality!
here is the description from the sale: Repunched 18. Lustrous mint red mellowing to steel and chocolate brown, more than a third of the red showing, mostly on the obverse. A small nick high on the bust tip is the only notable mark, and it is very easily missed. Excellent eye appeal. Nicely struck E-MDS, die state b. Fine die cracks extend through most of the reverse legend, including a light crack through the top of MER to the dentils off both ends. The repunching on the 18 remains bold. Called MS64 and CC#2 in the Noyes census, his photo #31235. Our grade is MS64, CC#2 in the Grellman census. Estimated Value $1,000-UP. Ex Howard R. Newcomb-Floyd T. Starr, Stack’s 6/13/84:503
The eye appeal is fabulous!
PCGS 15, NGC 11, CAC 4. PCGS has only 2 coins higher. This coin was lot 758 in the Naftzger Sale. It realized $2,300.00. Here is a chance to own a real GEM from the FINEST EVER Large Collection-at a very reasonable price!
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