Noe-33a, Salmon 2*-B, the very scarce variety with the relatively well centered obverse as on this AU example sold as lot #138 in Stack’s October, 2005 sale of the Ford Collection, Part XII (and which, despite some surface issues, realized $21,850 in that auction):
In comparison, the typically seen Pine Tree Sixpence Noe-33 variety looks more like these examples seen on the PCGS CoinFacts page, with the upper obverse legend almost entirely off the planchet:
The present specimen is one of just a handful of this desirable variant that we have seen in the last 5 years or so, and it is very pleasing, with rich silvery gray color and some pretty multi-hued toning in the devices.
Note that this coin has been verified by CAC.
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