U.S. Coin Values: Half Cents (Proof).
About 1836 Restrike 1/2c BN Reverse of 1840
The Reverse 1840, Small Berries variety of the 1836 Proof Half Cent is
known as the second restrike type struck. This variety?s reverse does NOT
possess the line or dot that its original counterpart displays. There were
42 pieces minted in 1836 that include all known varieties with this
restrike only known to exist in the single digits. Clearly a very rare coin
worth anywhere between fifteen thousand to over thirty-five thousand
dollars depending on the grade.
|Denomination:||1/2c / Half Cent|
|Coinage Type:||Classic Head|
|Variety 2:||Reverse of 1840|
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