Jul #1 - Strong Collar Clash marks evident on the rim from 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock on the Rim Shoulder. A slightly "Filled Die Strike" at 11 o’clock. Beads are a little faint on both Dies. Also has a Large Dot on Obverse.
*Estimated value -$5.00*
Jul #2 - Large spot right side on the Reverse. There is also Die Chips on the left side.
*Estimated value -$3.00*
Jul #3 - Die Chips on the left side. This is similar to #2, but a different Die and would suggest a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design of the Die. *Estimated value -$3.00*
Jul #4 - There are Die Chips on the left side. Similar to #2 & #3, but more extreme and would suggest a reoccurring weakness inherent in the design of the Die. Plugged crown due to a Chipped (or broken) Die.
*Estimated value -$9.00*
Wrong Planchet - Struck on an unidentified Planchet intended for a foreign coin. Copper Nickel Approximately 6.4 gms. -Thomas Bridgeman *Estimated value -$250.00*
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