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1652 MASSACHUSETTS "OAK TREE" SILVER COINS

1652 "Oak Tree" Shilling, Noe 1 Obverse         1652 "Oak Tree" Shilling, Noe 1 Reverse

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1662 Massachusetts Oak Tree Twopence
(any Oak Tree Twopence dated 1652 is a counterfeit)
Noe 29   Very Rare
Noe 30    
Noe 31   Very Rare
Noe 31.5   3-4 known
Noe 32   3-4 known
Noe 33   2-3 known?
Noe 34    
1652 Massachusetts "Oak Tree" Threepence
Noe 23    
Noe 24    
Noe 25    
Noe 26   3-4 known
Noe 27    
Noe 27.1   Rare
Noe 28    
Noe 35   2 known
Noe 36    
 
1652 Massachusetts "Oak Tree" Sixpence
Noe 15   All of this variety are counterfeits - 1 known
Noe 16   Rare
Noe 17   Clashed dies
Noe 17.1   Unique, unclashed die state
Noe 18   Mint alteration of Noe 17
Noe 19   All of this variety are counterfeits- 3 known
Noe 20   Very Rare
Noe 21    
Noe 22   Very Rare

1652 Massachusetts "Oak Tree" Shillings

Noe 1    
Noe 2    
Noe 3   Very Rare
Noe 4    
Noe 5   Common
Noe 6    
Noe 7    
Noe 8    
Noe 9    
Noe 10   Very Rare
Noe 11   Very Rare
Noe 12    
Noe 13   Mint alteration of Noe 12
Noe 13.3    
Noe 13.6   5-6 known
Noe 13.9    
Noe 14   Very Scarce

Recent appearances:
1652 Massachusetts Pine Tree threepence.  EF-40.  Ex – American Numismatic Rarities, LLC’s “The Classics Sale,” July 25, 2003 , Lot 6, "Noe-36, Rarity-4", illustrated, sold for $4,140.00  From the collection of Mike Bristow

Sources and/or recommended reading:
"The Silver Coinage of Massachusetts" by Sydney P. Noe