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1652 Oak Tree Shilling. PCGS graded XF45. - $9,950 - (Wallingford, CT)

The famous “Spiny Tree” variety, considered to be Rarity-4. Noe-14 die variety, Salmon 11a-Gi and considered to be rarity 4. The tree on this variety is seen by some as more like a cactus than a tree native to New England, but no matter. It is a popular variant for those collectors looking to include the major varieties. Found on page 41 of the 2017 Redbook. PCGS #45364 ------------------------------------- About my firm: I'm a member of the prestigious Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG) since 2006. I'm a contributor to the “Redbook” (also known as the Guide Book of US Coins). I am on the PCGS Board of Experts. I'm a life member of the American Numismatic Association (a member since 1978). Member of Early American Coppers, Colonial Coin Collectors Club, John Reich Collectors Society, Liberty Seated Collectors Club and numerous other coin organizations. I have similar items to this in my inventory. Just do an Internet search for “Dave Wnuck Numismatics” or “DaveWcoins” to learn more about my company and its offerings.

1652 Oak Tree Shilling. PCGS graded XF45.


Posted in Wallingford, CT, Collectibles
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