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MILLER 33.8-Z.19

Rarity: Very Rare

The obverse die of this variety was also used on:
1787 Miller 33.8-Z.13

The reverse die of this variety was also used on:
Miller 33.1-Z.19

Robert Martin noted the existence of 16 specimens in his annotation of the Perkins catalog.  A 17th example appeared on eBay in March 2005.

Significant examples:
"Extremely Fine"
- sold on eBay (#3960294878) on March 2, 2005 for $5,001.00

"Extremely Fine"
- Pine Tree "EAC" 02/1975:263, minor edge clip from 2:00 to 3:00
Cited in the Perkins sale as "finest".

"nearly Extremely Fine"
- Bowers Rare Coin Review #14 04/1972, $199.00
- B&M "Taylor" 03/1987:2517, $605.00
- Stack's "Perkins" 01/2000:360, $3,737.50
- Jim Goudge
Called "Second Finest Known" by Stack's, "3rd Finest Known" by Robert Martin


- 1973 MHS


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