How much are my U.S. Braided Hair Half Cent with brown surfaces [Type] half cent worth?

About Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type] Half Cents (Proof)

The Braided Hair design for the Half Cent denomination will be the last as 1857 would be it for Half Cents as a whole. Christian Gobrecht created this design. The proof examples are actually more vital to collecting than business strike coins in which they were struck each and every year from 1840 through 1857 except for 1853. These proof coins are known as originals and restrikes with the need of a loupe to tell the difference. Restrikes were set to be created around 1858 to 1861 by Mint Director Snowden, when collecting was getting more well known in the United States.



Denom: 1/2c / Half Cent
Desg: PR
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Coinage Type: Braided Hair
Coinage Years: 1840-1857
Composition: Copper
Strike Type: Proof
Diameter: 23.5 mm
Weight: 5.44 gr
Designer: John Reich
Edge: Plain Edge
Catalog #: 1245
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CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR67 CAC


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR67


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR66 CAC


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR66


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR65 CAC


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR65


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR64 CAC


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR64


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR63 CAC


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR63


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR62 CAC


CDN Market Values for: Braided Hair Half Cent BN [Type]
Value for grade:

PR62


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