A few Low/mid grade CBH's for attribution please.

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  1. Eduard

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    If anybody has the patience, knowledge and inclination I would greatly appreciate an attribution on these CBH's.

    (I am surprised I have this handful considering I don't really collect these....:))

    1807, 1814 (O-112?),1809:

    1807 and 1814 Bust Halves OBV1 N - 1.jpg 1807 and 1814 Bust Halves REV1 N - 1.jpg 1809 Bust Half OBV1 N - 1 (1).jpg 1809 Bust Half REV1 N - 1 (1).jpg
     
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  3. Eduard

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  6. C-B-D

    C-B-D U.S. Type Coins or death! Supporter

    The 1807 is the 50/20 O-112
    The 1814 is the E over A O-108

    I have those committed to memory. I'll let others tell you the rest.
     
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  7. Eduard

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    And the last 2:
    1834 and 1836:

    1834 and 1836 Bust Halves OBV1 N - 1.jpg 1834 and 1836 Bust Halves REV1 N - 1.jpg
     
  8. okbustchaser

    okbustchaser Just plain busted

    1809 115a R-3
    1818 113 R-1
    1820 102 R-1 (1820/19 curled 2)
    1821 104 R-1
    1825 106 R-3
    1827 117 R-3
    1830 103 R-2
    1834 103 R-1
    1836 114 R-2
     
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  9. Eduard

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    okbustchaser, I really thank you for your help. It is greatly appreciated.
     
  10. okbustchaser

    okbustchaser Just plain busted

    No problem...I "have to" attribute any busties I see anyway. It's a sickness.
     
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