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Seated Half varieties

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Not too long ago -- last year? -- Heritage auctioned a major collection of Seated Halves that was so replete with obscure varieties that they contracted Osburn to catalog that portion of the sale.


I was very impressed with the cataloging, and wished I had pursued many of the better varieties. The problem, of course, is that I have no idea how to price that stuff.


Does anyone have any suggestions? I guess now that catalog is out, I can always use the PRL as a price guide!


Comments, suggestions?




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My guess is that the PR is your best bet to price those half varieties. Most of them are obscure enough that they do not have any Trends pricing. I have an AU58, 1845-O, No Drapery, "O" over horizontal "O" (FS 002.5) in my US Type Set and I have no idea how to price such a variety, because my specimen is the only one Certified by NGC. tongue.gif

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