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Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins New England Coins New England Shillings Noe I-A New England Shilling. Crosby Illustration 3 (Reverse Only)
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1 Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Shilling. Noe I-A CH VF $220,000.00
Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Shilling. Noe I-A,  Wurtzbach 3, Crosby illustration...
Wurtzbach 3, Crosby illustration 2. Rarity-7 to 7+. 71.9 gns. Choice Very Fine. The Noe Census #1 Coin. The Noe Plate Coin. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. The obverse and reverse are a nice fairly even medium silver gray in color. The piece is pleasingly round in shape. The NE punch on the obverse is soft at the upper left, strong elsewhere; the XII punch on the reverse is soft only where the...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins New England Coins New England Shillings Noe III-B New England Shilling. Crosby III (Obverse), Reverse Unlisted.
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2 Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Shilling. N.III-B, Cr. ill CH VF $300,000.00
Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Shilling. N.III-B, Cr. ill. 3, W.4. R-7 to 7+....
3, W.4. R-7 to 7+. 71.8 gns. Choice Very Fine. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. The Noe Census #8 Coin. The obverse and reverse are a nice even coin silver gray in color. The piece is pleasingly round in outline. There are no distracting marks, nicks or defects that require specific mention. On the obverse the NE punches have clearly been recut, the former at least once and the latter radically once...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins New England Coins New England Shillings Noe III-C New England Shilling. Crosby Plate I, 3.
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3 Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Shilling. N.III-C, Cr EF $280,000.00
Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Shilling. N.III-C, Cr.  Plate I,3. R-6. 71.9...
Plate I,3. R-6. 71.9 gns. Extremely Fine. The Noe Census #10 Coin. The Noe Plate Coin. Both sides of this piece, like the preceding two, are toned in a nice and even shade of coin silver gray. The planchet is well shaped and nicely round. What appear to be rim bumps are really areas raised by the shears which cut the piece from its strip. The right side of the NE punch is soft on the descender...  more
4 Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Shilling. N.III-C, Cr. I,3 EF $240,000.00
Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Shilling. N.III-C, Cr. I,3.  R-6. 70.9 gns. Extremely...
R-6. 70.9 gns. Extremely Fine. The Noe Census #11 Coin. Light silver gray in color on both sides with some very faint, pale blue overtones. There are one or two light scratches, principally on the obverse. NE punch entered onto the planchet fairly straight, the right side of the cartouche indistinct but the letters mostly sharp despite the fact that the second has begun to fail (more pronouncedly...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins New England Coins New England Sixpence Noe 2-B New England Sixpence. Crosby Unlisted
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5 Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Sixpence. N.2-B, Cr VF $160,000.00
Undated [1652] Massachusetts Bay Colony. New England Sixpence. N.2-B, Cr.  unlisted, Breen 10. R-7+....
unlisted, Breen 10. R-7+. 38.3 gns. Very Fine. The Noe Plate Coin. The Breen Plate Coin. Pale gray and rose in color on both sides. Planchet surface smoother than usually seen on a NE Sixpence. Several light scratches on both sides, two noticeable digs on the obverse, one smaller one at the lower left on the reverse, edge test cut visible on the reverse at about 2:45. NE punch entered sharply into...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 Willow Tree Coins Willow Tree Shillings Noe 1-A Willow Tree Shilling. Crosby 1-A.
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6 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Shilling. Noe 1-A, Crosby 1-A EF $240,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Shilling. Noe 1-A, Crosby 1-A.  Rarity-6+. 71.5 gns. Extremely...
Rarity-6+. 71.5 gns. Extremely Fine. The Noe Census #2 Coin. The Noe Plate Coin. The Noe Enlargement Coin. The 1914 ANS Exhibition Coin. The obverse is a nice and fairly even medium silver gray in color with some traces of iridescent blue and a couple areas paler in color while the reverse is a little deeper in shade around the rim, the center being lighter gray. Nearly full tree, just some...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 Willow Tree Coins Willow Tree Shillings Noe 2-B Willow Tree Shilling. Crosby 2-B & C.
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7 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Shilling. N.2-B, Cr.2-B & C, W.5. R-7 EF $160,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Shilling. N.2-B, Cr.2-B & C, W.5. R-7.  71.6 gns. Extremely...
71.6 gns. Extremely Fine for sharpness, nearly as made. The Noe Census #7 Coin. The Noe Plate Coin. The Noe Enlargement Coin. The obverse is pale gray in the center with gorgeous iridescent gold and pale blue-green around portions of the periphery. The reverse is mostly pale gray with iridescent blue and very faint rose showing. The tree is a little jumbled, the trunk appearing too far over to the...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 Willow Tree Coins Willow Tree Shillings Noe 3-D Willow Tree Shilling. Crosby 3-D.
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8 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Shilling. N.3-D, Cr.3a-D. R-7. 69 CH EF $160,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Shilling. N.3-D, Cr.3a-D. R-7. 69. 5 gns. Choice Extremely...
5 gns. Choice Extremely Fine. The Noe Census #16 Coin. The Noe Plate Coin. The Noe Enlargement Coin. The 1914 ANS Exhibition Coin (Wurtzbach loan). A really remarkable Willow Tree Shilling in almost every respect. Both sides are toned in a rich coin silver gray with iridescent blue and pale rose-green, colors more typical of a small planchet Pine than a Willow Tree piece. In addition the planchet...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 Willow Tree Coins Willow Tree Shillings Noe 3-E Willow Tree Shilling. Crosby 3-E.
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9 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Shilling. N.3-E, Cr.3-E. R-7. 69 EF $160,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Shilling. N.3-E, Cr.3-E. R-7. 69. 4 gns. Extremely Fine....
4 gns. Extremely Fine. The Noe Census #22 Coin. The Noe Plate Coin. The discovery coin for the Willow Tree type: as Noe reports, ''About 1865, Mr. Woodward began to notice peculiarities in what had been considered Oak Tree shillings until then, and we find in his Sixth Sale (item 2524) the following description: 'Oak Tree Shilling, 1652. The tree on this remarkable piece is quite unlike an oak, resembling...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 Willow Tree Coins Willow Tree Sixpences Noe 1-A Willow Tree Sixpence. Crosby 7
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10 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Sixpence. N.1-A, Cr.7, W.6. R-6+. 36 UNC $220,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Sixpence. N.1-A, Cr.7, W.6. R-6+. 36. 2 gns. Essentially...
2 gns. Essentially Uncirculated. The Noe Census #1 Coin. The Noe Plate Coin. The Noe Enlargement Coin. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. Magnificent condition for a Sixpence or for any Willow type coin for that matter and the finest seen. In a word, superb. The piece is sharper than any other seen and while the legends are a bit jumbled, almost all the letters are on the flan somewhere and when added...  more
11 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Sixpence. N.1-A, Cr.7. R-6+. 35.8 gns CH VF $190,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Sixpence. N.1-A, Cr.7. R-6+. 35.8 gns.  Choice Very Fine....
Choice Very Fine. The Noe Census #10 Coin. The Noe Plate Coin. The obverse and reverse are both deep gray in color. The surfaces on each side seem rough, particularly on the front, with some light pitting visible. Nevertheless the tree is complete, some of its inner trunk detail is visible, and the root structure is mostly clear. Equally importantly the peripheral legend is essentially complete...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 Willow Tree Coins Willow Tree Threepence Noe 1-A Willow Tree Threepence. Crosby Unlisted
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12 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Threepence. Noe 1-A, Cr. unlisted, W VF $550,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Willow Tree Threepence. Noe 1-A, Cr. unlisted, W. 7. R-8. 17.1 gns....
7. R-8. 17.1 gns. Very Fine. The Noe Census Coin #2. The Noe Plate Coin. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. The obverse and reverse of this piece are pale silver gray in color. There are traces of iridescent rose and blue on both sides with some light russet showing particularly on the back. On the obverse the tree is completely, the central guide dot is bold, the root structure is visible and the...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 & 1662 Oak Tree Coins Oak Tree Shillings Noe 1 Oak Tree Shilling. Crosby 9-H.
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13 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. Noe 1, Crosby 9-H CH AU $42,500.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. Noe 1, Crosby 9-H,  Wurtzbach 20. Rarity-3. 72.7...
Wurtzbach 20. Rarity-3. 72.7 gns. Choice About Uncirculated. Noe Plate Coin. Wurtzbach Plate Coin. Outstanding quality for one of these, nicer in the cataloguer's opinion than the three Hain coins, Oechsner's, Garrett's, Norweb's EDS, Picker's, a rival to Weinberg's lovely N.1 (no. 26 in the 1991 ANS exhibition catalogue). Both the obverse and reverse are an attractive rich coin silver...  more
14 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.1, Cr.9-H, W.20 AU $19,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.1, Cr.9-H, W.20. R-3. 71.5 gns. About Uncirculated....
R-3. 71.5 gns. About Uncirculated. The Crosby Plate I, 11 Plate Coin. A remarkable example of this variety. Gorgeous medium gray on the obverse with attractive iridescent rose toning; remarkable rainbow colors on the reverse: a combination of iridescent rose, gold, and pale blue. Original mint lustre can be seen in places on both sides but particularly on the reverse where the surface...  more
15 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.1, Cr.9-H, W.20 EF to AU $22,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.1, Cr.9-H, W.20. R-3. 69.8 gns. Extremely Fine...
R-3. 69.8 gns. Extremely Fine to About Uncirculated. A third lovely example, far nicer than most others seen. Lovely light gray and iridescent blue and gold on the obverse, deeper gray and richer iridescent gold on the reverse. Full tree, roots and some internal trunk structure visible, branch on lower right a little soft but still fully legible. Most letters in the legend on both sides...  more
16 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.1, Cr.9-H, W.20 EAM $16,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.1, Cr.9-H, W.20. R-3. 70.9 gns. Extremely Fine....
R-3. 70.9 gns. Extremely Fine. A fourth high grade specimen of this variety, the only one with NEWENGLAND starting at the top of the coin. Both the obverse and reverse of this piece are a rich deep coin silver gray with the devices and letters in the legend a little lighter in color. Decent central sharpness on both sides, most letters in the legend a little soft but essentially as made....  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 & 1662 Oak Tree Coins Oak Tree Shillings Noe 2 Oak Tree Shilling. Crosby 9-I.
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17 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.2, Cr.9-I, W.21. R-7. 70 EF $52,500.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.2, Cr.9-I, W.21. R-7. 70. 0 gns. Uncirculated....
0 gns. Uncirculated. The Noe Plate Coin. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. The finest seen of this rare variety, the only one with a rosette in the reverse legend. Deep gray in color on both sides, the shade nearly uniform with some light touches of iridescent blue and pale rose on the back. Decent central sharpness on both sides, the softness in the letters in the legend on the right on the...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 & 1662 Oak Tree Coins Oak Tree Shillings Noe 3 Oak Tree Shilling. Crosby 9-G.
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18 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.3, Cr.9-G. R-6 CH EF $26,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.3, Cr.9-G. R-6. 72.1 gns. Choice Extremely Fine....
72.1 gns. Choice Extremely Fine. A lovely specimen. Both the obverse and reverse are a light coin silver gray in color. The centers are fairly sharp while the peripheries are soft in places and in others entirely off the flan. Obverse off center to the upper right with the tops of MASATH off the flan. On the reverse the die was a little off to the lower right, unusual for the variety,...  more
19 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.3, Cr.9-G, W-19. R-6. 73 EF $11,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.3, Cr.9-G, W-19. R-6. 73. 1 gns. Extremely Fine....
1 gns. Extremely Fine. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. An outstanding example of the only variety with NEWENGLAND starting at 1:30 on the reverse. The obverse and reverse of this piece are a medium coin silver gray in color with some light touches of iridescent blue here and there. Central sharpness fairly decent, peripheral sharpness quite poor in character. Obverse considerably off center...  more
20 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.3, Cr.9-G. R-6 VF $12,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.3, Cr.9-G. R-6. 71.3 gns. Jumbo planchet, 29.9...
71.3 gns. Jumbo planchet, 29.9 x 30.4 mm, larger than the Hain coin. Very Fine. The centers of this piece are light gray with some iridescent gold while the peripheries are a little darker in color. Remarkably, the coin was struck on a jumbo flan with considerable extra metal showing beyond the outer beaded borders on both sides. Central sharpness fairly decent, the tree is full and...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 & 1662 Oak Tree Coins Oak Tree Shillings Noe 4 Oak Tree Shilling. Crosby 3-D.
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21 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.4, Cr.3-D. CH AU $22,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.4, Cr.3-D. R-4. 70.3 gns. Choice About Uncirculated....
R-4. 70.3 gns. Choice About Uncirculated. A magnificent example. The obverse and reverse are both medium coin silver gray in color with faint iridescent gold and touches of delicate blue and rose principally on the reverse. Tree soft in the center as struck, peripheral legend a little sharper; full denomination and date, peripheral legend on this side sharp, as well. Obverse slightly...  more
22 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.4, Cr.3-D. AU $30,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.4, Cr.3-D. R-4. 72.4 gns. About Uncirculated....
R-4. 72.4 gns. About Uncirculated. A lovely example. The centers are light silver gray and pale gold while the peripheries are a combination of iridescent rose, blue, and pale sea green. The centers are fairly well struck, the peripheries similarly bold with just light softness visible in the letters at the lower obverse right. Obverse a little off center to the bottom, the flan somewhat...  more
23 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.4, Cr.3-D. EF $16,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.4, Cr.3-D. R-4. 70.7 gns. Extremely Fine. Pale...
R-4. 70.7 gns. Extremely Fine. Pale silver gray in color on both sides, the reverse with a little touch of light gold principally in the center. Tree sharper than on the preceding with partial root structures but almost full internal trunk detail showing. Peripheral legend around on this side complete if a little soft at the right and lower left. Full denomination and date, peripheral...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 & 1662 Oak Tree Coins Oak Tree Shillings Noe 5 Oak Tree Shilling. Crosby 2-D.
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24 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.5, Cr.2-D. UNC $110,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.5, Cr.2-D. R-2. 70.8 gns. Uncirculated. A superb...
R-2. 70.8 gns. Uncirculated. A superb specimen and an amazing Unc., the finest seen by the cataloguer. An absolutely spectacular example. Both the obverse and reverse are remarkably toned in iridescent rainbow shades of blue, gold, rose and light green. The toning on both sides is almost ''target like'' in appearance. Typical softness on the obverse, the tree somewhat indistinct, particularly...  more
25 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.5, Cr.2-D, W.10a UNC $30,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.5, Cr.2-D, W.10a. R-2. 71.1 gns. Uncirculated....
R-2. 71.1 gns. Uncirculated. The Noe Plate Coin. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. Outstanding quality, one of the three finest seen by the cataloguer, beaten only by the preceding and the Jackman sale coins for first place. Both the obverse and reverse are toned in a deep rich coin silver gray shade which is uniform on both sides. The tree is soft as expected but the peripheral legend is fairly...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 & 1662 Oak Tree Coins Oak Tree Shillings Noe 6 Oak Tree Shilling. Crosby 1a-D.
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26 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.6, Cr.1a-D. R-7- EF $28,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.6, Cr.1a-D. R-7-. 71.3 gns. Extremely Fine. An...
71.3 gns. Extremely Fine. An outstanding specimen. Discounting the various intermediate die states of N.6 (so many of which have become collectable that something as clumsy as a Noe 6.1.1.1 is actually on want lists), this is the third finest example from these rare dies the cataloguer has seen after the Stearns Choice AU coin and Roper's AU. Norweb's EDS was a Choice EF but both of Hain's...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 & 1662 Oak Tree Coins Oak Tree Shillings Noe 7 Oak Tree Shilling. Crosby 1b-D.
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27 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.7, Cr.1b-D. AU $47,500.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.7, Cr.1b-D. R-5. 72.0 gns. About Uncirculated....
R-5. 72.0 gns. About Uncirculated. An outstanding specimen, on a par with the Garrett coin, nicer than Hain's, Norweb's, and just about every other one seen including the Noe plate coin (for which see next lot) but excepting an Unc on a large flan bought by an advanced west coast collector at the October, 2000 Baltimore coin show. Both the obverse and reverse are a light silver gray...  more
28 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.7, Cr.1b-D, W.9 EF $12,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.7, Cr.1b-D, W.9. R-5. 71.5 gns. Extremely Fine....
R-5. 71.5 gns. Extremely Fine. The Noe Plate Coin. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. Rich even medium gray in color on both sides. Nicely sharp on the tree from its center down to its roots with full internal trunk structure visible. Peripheral legend on this side a little soft as made. Reverse sharpness stronger, as expected on a Noe 7. Obverse slightly off center to the bottom with the tops...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 & 1662 Oak Tree Coins Oak Tree Shillings Noe 8 Oak Tree Shilling. Crosby 5-A.
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29 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.8, Cr.5-A, W.13 EAM $18,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.8, Cr.5-A, W.13.  R-6+ (or perhaps higher). 71.4...
R-6+ (or perhaps higher). 71.4 gns. Choice Very Fine. The Noe Plate Coin. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. Both sides of this important example are medium silver gray in color. Good tree with most root structure and some trunk detail visible. Obverse peripheral legend a little soft in places but essentially as made, however. Reverse sharper as usual (and as usual for Oak Shillings in general), the...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2005 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Massachusetts Silver Coins 1652 & 1662 Oak Tree Coins Oak Tree Shillings Noe 9 Oak Tree Shilling. Crosby 4-C.
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30 1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.9, Cr.4-C, W.12 EAM $40,000.00
1652 Massachusetts Bay Colony. Oak Tree Shilling. N.9, Cr.4-C, W.12. R-5. 71.9 gns. Extremely Fine....
R-5. 71.9 gns. Extremely Fine. Outstanding quality. The Noe Plate Coin. The Wurtzbach Plate Coin. Very nice pale silver gray in color on both sides. Very pleasing central sharpness on the obverse, the tree full, internal trunk detail complete, root structure clear. Peripheral legend around on this side sharp save for the upper left and lower right, essentially as made. Reverse much sharper...  more
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