PCGS grade. Ex Allison W. Jackman-Henry Chapman 7/10/1919:190-Henry C. Hines 1945-Dr. William H. Sheldon 4/19/72-R. E. Naftzger, Jr., 2/23/92-Eric Streiner-Jay Parrino (The Mint) 6/95-Michael Arconti, McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Superior 2/18/01:2133-Jack Wadlington (via Bob Grellman & Chris McCawley) 6/30/05.
Denis Loring: The Starred Reverse is the most famous of all the 1794's. According to Sheldon, "Collectors mention it with religious awe." About 50-60 are known in all grades. Early in its life, the reverse die buckled in a straight line from 10:00 to 4:00, accounting for the scarcity of the variety. Because of the buckle, the upper right reverse wears away quickly and the lower left lingers. Low-grade examples are known showing only a few stars at 7:00.
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