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1793 1/2C XF40BN PCGS

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Price: $27,950.00   
Grade: XF40BN
Quantity: 1
PCGS Coin #: 1000
Last Update: 7/20/2021
Dealer:  (Terms) Coast To Coast Coins (45)
CAC. The first coin struck at the United States Mint along with the 1793 Chain Cent. Coins with nice color & surfaces and perfect planchets are nearly impossible to find. This is just such a coin with strong detail and beautiful smooth light chocolate brown surfaces that are virtually pristine. A classic piece of early American numismatics that will be a cornerstone in the collection of the next owner!
Collectors CornerSM coin information:  (data courtesy of *)
PCGS Coin #: 1000
PCGS Coin Description: 1793 1/2C, BN
Mintage: 35,334
Grade: XF40BN
PCGS Population: * 35 View
Population (in higher grades): * 104
PCGS Price Guide: * $26,000.00 View
Auction Prices Realized: * Auction Prices Realized
Additional resources: PCGS CoinFacts
PCGS Set Registry:
(Top 3 of 50 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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