An antique grey patina assures originality. The peripheries are highlighted by a halo of iridescent amber, with a darker area through STATES OF AMERICA. Mint luster surges beneath the toning, as vibrant as the day the coin left the coining chamber. The surfaces are immaculate. The older PCGS label shows the date as “1824/4.” The final digit is not impressed over an earlier effort. A proper designation is “4 over recut 4.” No matter. As a Red Book variety the die pair has a large following. Dr. Link located the coin in Heritage’s June 2014 sale of the Brian Loncar Collection where it brought $4,406. Keith Davignon relieved him of it a year later.Estimate: $3,250 to $4,000
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