Hard to beat 1848/7 Sixpence, In the Raw!

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  1. 7Jags

    7Jags Member

    A very nice coin, that looks to have been dipped, and possibly a VERY light wipe but quite presentable and RARE.

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  3. ldhair

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  4. green18

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  6. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & Odd Supporter


    Think it would straight grade?

    Is that a little pin scratch in front of Vickie's nose?

    Regardless, it looks like choice AU+ details to me, and a tough coin!

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  7. 7Jags

    7Jags Member

    Yes, that is a die scratch or defect that because of the smaller size didn't even notice at first!. In hand, think the coin likely a "2" or so, no real wear and the light wisps of ?hairlines prob. accentuated in photos & have seen "3"s with a lot more. I guess if it was lite side it would get a push for rarity.

    In mint state, Vicky 6ds, the rarity scale IMO would read:

    1893>1854=1878 Dritanniar>1848 (collectively all the overdates)
    Basically, none of these are available almost ever.
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  8. billy b

    billy b Active Member

    There's some wild die cracks on that coin!
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