Massachusetts Colonial
Pine Tree Coinage (1667-1682)
These early American coins were made from handmade dies and are often individually distinctive, and this created a smorgasbord for collectors to identify each die and collect the most rare varieties. The above Willo Tree Coins was minted in threepence, sixpence and shilling (Large and small planchet). Below is a list of varieties and values: (All values listed are for coins that grade Good in condition. Values increase with increase in grade).


1652 Pine Tree Threepence, Pellets at trunk
1652 Pine Tree Threepence, Without pellets
1652 Pine Tree Sixpence, Pellets at trunk
1652 Pine Tree Six Pence, Without pellets
1652 Pine Tree Shilling, Large planchet
   1652 Shilling, Pellets at trunk
   1652 Shilling, Without Pellets
   1652 Shilling, No H in MASATUSETS
   1652 Shilling, Monogrammed NE in legend
1652 Pine Tree Shilling, Small Planchet

1652 Pine Tree Shilling, Large Planchet
1652 Pine Tree Threepence, Without Pellets
1652 Pine Tree Sixpence, With Pellets
1652 Pine Tree Shilling, Large Planchet
Good
$550
$550
$600
$600

$700
$700
$800
$700
$600
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