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Ryder-8, W-2030 variety, VERMONTENSIUM type, considered to be Rarity-4.

Toughest of the three VERMONTENSIUM types, this example can be traced to Bowers’ March 1987 sale of the august collection of Frederick B. Taylor, lot #2062, where it was described (slightly repetitiously, and with some staccato sentence breaks) as follows:

A Condition Census coin in the Condition Census range of 60-30.  Struck on a remarkably fine planchet with no defects.  Glossy brown surfaces.  A prize item for the specialist.  This type usually is found defective planchets.  The piece offered here is a remarkable exception.

We see this as a very nice, original, unflawed example of Ryder-8 with lovely color, some not too distracting rim bruises and a coin that would be very difficult and expensive to improve upon.


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Coin #: 800827  |  Cert. #: 45432373