A “Head of 1834” variety. Frosty medium steel brown and light olive with a few tiny peeps of faded mint color visible on the obverse. The surfaces are satiny and this cent has excellent eye appeal. The only notable marks are a faint, very light scratch over the right side of star 1 and a spot of lighter toning off the upper right point of star 12. MDS with a fine die crack through the base of the 835 into the field to the right. Our grade is AU58+, very close to mint state. The attribution is noted on the PCGS label.

Certification # 37084.62/18021893

LOT LISTING https://www.icollector.com/1835-N-5-R2-Small-8-Stars-PCGS-graded-MS62-Brown_i41781530



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