1C 1850 PCGS MS65RB N-15 NAFTZGER
Graded mint red UNC. on the envelope. While its no where near red, it is a beautiful RB!
Yet another rarity where the gods at EAC agree with the grade on the holder! So you know its conservatively graded! here is how it was described in the auction catalog: Lustrous slightly mellowed mint red fading to light olive and steel brown, more than half the red showing, mostly on the reverse. Nearly flawless in every way, and the eye appeal is outstanding. A bit of darker toning surrounds the R in LIBERTY, a few microscopic ticks on the front edge of the nose, and a speck of darker toning in the field off the peak of the 1 are good identifying marks. E-MDS, die state a. The diagonal die lines over star 5 and the points from ON and CEN are clear. Called MS64 and CC#4 in the Noyes census, his photo #30475. Our grade is MS65, tied for CC#2 in the Grellman census. Estimated Value $1,000-UP. Ex M. H. Bolender 2/1/47:676.
The eye appeal is beautiful!
PCGS 93, NGC 108, CAC 7. This was lot 997 in the sale. It brought $2,300.00.
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