How much are my U.S. 1847 Res, proof strike Only with red surfaces half cent worth?

About 1847 Res, PR Only RD Half Cents (Proof)

The restrike version variety of the 1847 Proof Half Cent is of the Braided Hair design on the obverse and tiny berries on the reverse. The mintage was composed of 27 coins which is actually on the higher end for the series. This issue is popularly collected as one of the ultimate low mintage type coins for the entire design type. Worth up to a maximum of about forty thousand dollars in ultra-gem condition making it one of the better issues for finest registry sets compared to the rest of the early restrikes of this design.



Coin Date: 1847
Denom: 1/2c / Half Cent
Desg: PR
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Mintage: 27
Coinage Type: Braided Hair
Coinage Years: 1840-1857
Composition: Copper
Variety 2: Restrike
Strike Type: Proof
Diameter: 23.5 mm
Weight: 5.44 gr
Designer: John Reich
Edge: Plain Edge
Catalog #: 1295
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