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1793 Liberty Cap, Facing Left, Half Cent Value

1793 Liberty Cap, Facing Left, Half Cent Value

1793 Liberty Cap, Facing Left, Half Cent Min State

Liberty Cap, Facing Left, Half Cent Value Facts:

Date – Mint Rarity:

Grade – Condition:

Note that when I mention a grade like G4 that means the coin is problem free – never cleaned, not pitted, or damaged in any way. If the coin has a “grainy” appearance or seems to have tiny holes, or scratches, or looks “pinkish” then it’s a problem coin and will sell for less than the values listed.

You also have three conditional factors that determine the Liberty Cap, Facing Left, Half Cent value and they are: Red (RD), RB (Red-Brown), BN (Brown). A RD coin is going to have at least 90% original luster as struck by the mint and is the most valuable condition. The luster conditions only apply to mint state coins so any circulated coin will be designated BN.

Varieties:

Precious Metal Content:

SPECIFICATIONS:
Designer: undetermined; possible candidates include Joseph Wright or Adam Eckfeldt
 
Diameter: 22 millimeters
 
Metal content:
Copper – 100%
 
Weight: 104 grains (6.74 grams)
 
Edge: Lettered (“TWO HUNDRED FOR A DOLLAR”)
 
Mintmark: None (all 1793 Half Cents were struck at the Philadelphia Mint)
Date/Mint Mark
Mintage
AG3
VG8
VF20
AU50
MS64
35,334
$1,500
$5,000
$12,000
$37,000
$110,000

 

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