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1794 Talbot, Allum & Lee Cent No "NEW YORK" Type
1794 Talbot, Allum & Lee Cent. No "NEW YORK" Type. Fuld-1, W-8560. PCGS #637. Copper. PCGS graded VF-35.
Elusive 1794 Talbot, Allum & Lee Cent Variety the major type Without "NEW YORK"

94.14 grains. Deep golden-brown with excellent eye appeal for the grade. Some visible old scratches near Liberty's pole hand are the only marks of measure. Obverse die crack through first M, another from the rim downward through the second M joins the first crack. Among the finest examples of the type seen thus far by PCGS. Amazingly choice to the unaided eye despite the lengthy stay in commerce, and certain to draw the bidding activity this scarce and elusive issue deserves. In fact, there are two original accompanying Ted Craige and Richard Picker dealer envelopes upon which both note: "Nice as This Specimen is Known." Provenance: Ex: Ted L. Craige Collection. Purchased from Richard Picker December 1, 1966. Dealer's paper envelopes included making this an even more wonderful numismatic rarity.
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