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1832-1857 PCGS Graded Coin Lot of (2) with 1832 Classic Head 1/2-Cent & 1857 Flying Eagle Cent

Lot Number 1171

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A pairing of better grade antique coins beckons coin enthusiasts with this lot of (2) 19th Century graded examples. Both coins have been certified by leading authentication service PCGS with an 1832 Classic Head 1/2-Cent (XF45) and an 1857 Flying Eagle 1-Cent (XF40). Both of these small denomination coins are very pleasing with nice detail definition and even brown coloring. The half cent piece was minted in a quantity of 154,000 and has an estimated survival population of 2,500; and the one cent coin was minted in the amount of 17,450,000 with a survival estimate of 12,000. These coins are described as Very Scarce and Scarce respectively and would make respectable additions to the sets of discerning collectors.

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