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1792 H10C XF45 PCGS

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Price: $145,000.00   
Grade: XF45
Quantity: 1
PCGS Coin #: 11020
Last Update: 6/10/2021
Dealer:  (Terms) Harry Laibstain Rare Coins (3)
JUDD-7,R.4 *** Several months after the passage of the Mint Act of 1792, Thomas Jefferson deposited $75 in silver that went towards the first federal coins struck for circulation. From that silver came 1,500 examples of the nation's first coinage, the 1792 half disme. This example is as problem-free as they come, with nice original surfaces. The centering and overall make gives it a bold appearance. 11020 (TV) ***
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PCGS Coin #: 11020
PCGS Coin Description: 1792 H10C
Mintage: 1,500
Grade: XF45
PCGS Population: * 4 View
Population (in higher grades): * 42
PCGS Price Guide: * $140,000.00 View
Auction Prices Realized: * Auction Prices Realized
Additional resources: PCGS CoinFacts
PCGS Set Registry:
(Top 3 of 55 composite sets for this coin)
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Basic U.S. Coin Design Set No Gold (1792-present)
Basic U.S. Coin Design Set (1792-present)
Complete U.S. Coin Design Set No Gold (1792-present)
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