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Four American Half Cent Coins, an 1804 draped bust with crosslet four and stems, approx. AG/G with remnants of acrylic accession numbers to obverse, an 1829 classic head with thirteen stars, approx. G/VG with remnants of acrylic accession number to obverse, an 1837 hard times token, circulated with pinhole and minor lacquer spot, and an 1851 braided hair half cent, lightly circulated with surface loss to "AMERICA" on reverse and possible PVC damage.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the preservation of the collections of the Danvers Historical Society.
hard times token with small puncture, 1851 half with small loss to patina on reverse
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