Noe-1, Salmon 1-A, W-430 variety, IN at Left Redbook type. Late Die State (actually the single latest state example we have ever observed), with considerable evidence of die degradation on the obverse and reverse. Considered to be Rarity-3. 71.4 grains.
The definitive Oak Tree Shilling variety with its artful engraving and well balanced design making it the most sought after by colonial collectors seeking just one example for type.
And this is a charming original piece with ideal coin-gray color struck on about as pleasing and round a planchet as one could ever hope to find on this type.
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