How much are my U.S. 1841 Orig, proof strike Only with red surfaces half cent worth?

About 1841 Orig, PR Only RD Half Cents (Proof)

The original version variety of the 1841 Proof Half Cent is of the Braided Hair design on the obverse and large round berries on the reverse. The original mintage in 1841 was just 24 coins in total of which it is estimated that all have survived. Overall, this is just a very scarce type worth anywhere between four thousand to over forty thousand dollars but only in the finest gem condition.

Coin Date: 1841
Denom: 1/2c / Half Cent
Desg: PR
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Coinage Type: Braided Hair
Coinage Years: 1840-1857
Composition: Copper
Variety 2: Original
Strike Type: Proof
Diameter: 23.5 mm
Weight: 5.44 gr
Designer: John Reich
Edge: Plain Edge
PCGS #: 1256
NGC ID: 26Z6

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CDN Market Values for: 1841 Orig, PR Only RD
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