1832 Browning-1, Rarity 1. PCGS graded MS-64.

A near gem coin that boasts deep gray toning over fiery sunset luster in the fields. Hints of blue around the edges, and with light mottling in the colors. Boldly struck for the type, with full stars on the obverse and only slight weakness on Liberty`s highest curls. The eagle, too, is bold, with large lumpy feathers and even his craggy claws are sharp. About as nice as this type is ever found, and worthy of a strong bid.

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