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KDM  The Number One Finest Set of All Time
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Current STATISTICS
Rank
1
GPA with Top Bonuses
57.862
GPA Weighted
56.968
Complete
99.19%
Set Rating
57.124
About This Set: In 1998, Russell J. Logan and John W.McCloskey described 91 die marriages and an additional 31 remarriages in "Federal Half Dimes 17921837." One die marriage has been discovered since publication of the LoganMcCloskey text, bringing the total number of die marriages and remarriages known to 123. My collecting goals with this set: Obtain every die marriage and remarriage in problemfree condition; seek AU or better coins for R4 and more common die marriages, XF or better coins for R5 die marriages, and VF or better coins for R6 and rarer die marriages.
KDM
Image  Item  PCGS #  Date  Denom  Grade  PCGS # Pop  PCGS # Pop Higher  Pop  Pop Higher  Comments  

1829 LM1  38612  1829  H10C  AU58  1  1  1  1 
R2


1829 LM2  38613  1829  H10C  AU58  1  3  1  3 
R1


1829 LM3  38614  1829  H10C  AU58  1  2  1  2 
R2


1829 LM4  38615  1829  H10C  MS62  1  1  1  1 
R3, rather difficult to find in Mint State grades


1829 LM5  38616  1829  H10C  AU58  2  1  2  1 
R1. This coin was the very first half dime that I ever purchased.


1829 LM6.1  38617  1829  H10C  0  0  0  0 


1829 LM6.2  38618  1829  H10C  AU50  1  0  1  0 
R5


1829 LM6.3  38619  1829  H10C  MS63  1  0  1  0 
R5, CAC.


1829 LM7.1  38620  1829  H10C  AU58  1  0  1  0 
R4. The most difficult 1829 LM7 remarriage


1829 LM7.2  38621  1829  H10C  AU55  1  1  1  1 
R4. exRuss Logan


1829 LM7.3  38622  1829  H10C  AU58  1  3  1  3 
R4. Former NGC MS62.


1829 LM8  38623  1829  H10C  AU55  1  1  1  1 
Strong R6 die marriage. This coin is #3 in JRCS census


1829 LM9  38624  1829  H10C  AU58  1  2  1  2 
R4. This is exJules Reiver, purchased from W. David Perkins in his sealed bid auction of August 2014


1829 LM10  38625  1829  H10C  MS61  1  1  1  1 
R4


1829 LM11  38626  1829  H10C  MS60  1  0  1  0 
R6. The only known mint state example of this die marriage


1829 LM12  38627  1829  H10C  AU55  2  0  2  0 
R6 die marriage. This coin is tied for third in JRCS census


1829 LM13.1  38628  1829  H10C  AU55  2  2  2  2 
R1


1829 LM13.2  38629  1829  H10C  MS62  1  1  1  1 
R1


1829 LM14  38630  1829  H10C  MS62  1  0  1  0 
R4. I know of no finer example of this die marriage


1829 LM15.1  38631  1829  H10C  MS61  1  1  1  1 
R4. Formerly NGC MS62


1829 LM15.2  38632  1829  H10C  AU58  1  0  1  0 


1829 LM16.1  38633  1829  H10C  AU55  1  1  1  1 
R2


1829 LM16.2  38634  1829  H10C  MS63  2  0  2  0 
R2, but this remarriage is likely far scarcer than the rating would indicate.


1829 LM17  38635  1829  H10C  MS63  1  1  1  1 
R4


1829 LM18  38636  1829  H10C  AU53  1  2  1  2 
R4


1830 LM1.1  38637  1830  H10C  MS61  1  0  1  0 
Easily an R7 remarriage, with very few bona fide examples known.


1830 LM1.2  38638  1830  H10C  AU58  1  2  1  2 
exReiver, R4. CAC


1830 LM2  38639  1830  H10C  AU55  1  1  1  1 
R3


1830 LM3  38640  1830  H10C  AU55  1  0  1  0 
R2


1830 LM4.1  38641  1830  H10C  AU58  1  1  1  1 
R2


1830 LM4.2  38642  1830  H10C  AU58  1  1  1  1 
R2. exRuss Logan. Plate coin in half dime text.


1830 LM5  38643  1830  H10C  VF35  1  1  1  1 
R6


1830 LM6  38644  1830  H10C  MS62  1  3  1  3 
R4 die marriage. CAC. From the Jim Matthews collection


1830 LM7  38645  1830  H10C  MS63  1  1  1  1 
R2


1830 LM8  38646  1830  H10C  MS63  1  2  1  2 
R1


1830 LM9.1  38647  1830  H10C  MS63  1  0  1  0 
R4


1830 LM9.2  38648  1830  H10C  MS64  1  0  1  0 
R4.


1830 LM10  38649  1830  H10C  AU55  2  0  2  0 
R6. exMcCloskey, exLogan, exCrain


1830 LM11  38650  1830  H10C  XF40  1  0  1  0 
R6


1830 LM12  38651  1830  H10C  MS62  1  0  1  0 
R4


1830 LM13  38652  1830  H10C  AU55  1  2  1  2 
R3


1830 LM14  38653  1830  H10C  MS62  2  3  2  3 
R3


1831 LM1.1  38654  1831  H10C  MS65  1  0  1  0 
R5 remarriage. This is the finest known by far!


1831 LM1.2  38655  1831  H10C  MS63  1  0  1  0 
R1


1831 LM1.3  38656  1831  H10C  AU55  1  1  1  1 
I consider this remarriage with the retained cud to be an R4 die state of an R1 die marriage.


1831 LM2  38657  1831  H10C  AU55  1  3  1  3 
R3. exRuss Logan. GOLD CAC sticker!


1831 LM3  38658  1831  H10C  MS63  2  0  2  0 
CAC. The only R4 die marriage in 1831


1831 LM4  38659  1831  H10C  MS62  2  0  2  0 
R2. exPittman


1831 LM5  38660  1831  H10C  MS64  1  0  1  0 
R1


1831 LM6  38661  1831  H10C  MS62  3  2  3  2 


1831 LM7  38662  1831  H10C  MS63  1  3  1  3 
R2


1832 LM1.1  38663  1832  H10C  AU58  1  1  1  1 
R4 die marriage. This coin is exReiver


1832 LM2  38664  1832  H10C  AU58  1  1  1  1 
R3


1832 LM3  38665  1832  H10C  AU58  2  2  2  2 
R1. exRuss Logan


1832 LM4  38666  1832  H10C  AU55  2  1  2  1 
R4


1832 LM5  38667  1832  H10C  MS63  2  0  2  0 
R1


1832 LM6  38668  1832  H10C  MS64  1  0  1  0 
R4


1832 LM7  38669  1832  H10C  AU58  1  0  1  0 
R2


1832 LM8.1  38670  1832  H10C  AU58  1  2  1  2 
Plate Coin!


1832 LM8.2  38671  1832  H10C  MS61  1  0  1  0 
R3 as a die marriage. VERY difficult die remarriage...rated R5 by JRCS.


1832 LM8.3  38672  1832  H10C  AU55  1  1  1  1 
R3 as a die marriage...but the 1832 LM8.3 is likely the most difficult 1832 LM8 remarriage to find. Remarriage is rated R5 by JRCS


1832 LM8.4  38673  1832  H10C  AU55  1  2  1  2 
R3


1832 LM8.5  38674  1832  H10C  MS62  1  0  1  0 
R3. CAC Gold sticker


1832 LM9.1  38675  1832  H10C  AU58+  1  0  1  0 
R6, CAC


1832 LM9.2  38676  1832  H10C  AU58  1  0  1  0 
R6 die marriage, but this remarriage is an R7. This is the finest known of about four examples extant of the remarriage


1832 LM10.1  38677  1832  H10C  MS63  1  0  1  0 
R3


1832 LM10.2  38678  1832  H10C  XF45  1  0  1  0 
R3 die marriage. This remarriage received an R6 rating in the latest JRCS half dime census.


1832 LM10.3  38679  1832  H10C  AU55  1  0  1  0 
An R3 die marriage, but Logan and McCloskey state the LM10.3 remarriage is the rarest of the LM10 remarriages. Likely R6 or a bit tougher.


1832 LM10.4  38680  1832  H10C  AU58  1  0  1  0 
R3 die marriage, scarcer as a remarriage


1832 LM11.1  38681  1832  H10C  XF45  1  1  1  1 
R5


1832 LM11.2  38682  1832  H10C  MS61  1  0  1  0 
exEric Newman, when it was in an NGC MS63 holder. Sports a gold CAC sticker


1832 LM12  38683  1832  H10C  MS64  1  0  1  0 
R3


1832 LM13  38684  1832  H10C  AU58  2  3  2  3 
R3


1832 LM14  38685  1832  H10C  MS64  1  0  1  0 
R4. I know of no finer example extant


1833 LM1  38686  1833  H10C  MS64  2  0  2  0 
R3


1833 LM2  38687  1833  H10C  AU55  2  0  2  0 
R6. This has a GOLD CAC sticker


1833 LM3.1  38688  1833  H10C  MS63  1  0  1  0 
R2


1833 LM3.2  38689  1833  H10C  MS63  1  1  1  1 
R2. exRuss Logan. Plate coin from half dime text.


1833 LM3.3  38690  1833  H10C  AU58  1  1  1  1 
R2


1833 LM3.4  38691  1833  H10C  AU55  1  2  1  2 
R2


1833 LM3.5  38692  1833  H10C  XF40  1  0  1  0 
R2 marriage. Quite rare remarriage, likely R7. Plate coin from half dime text.


1833 LM4.1  38693  1833  H10C  AU58  2  1  2  1 
R2


1833 LM4.2  38694  1833  H10C  MS61  1  1  1  1 
R2


1833 LM4.3  38695  1833  H10C  MS64  1  0  1  0 
R5 remarriage.


1833 LM5  38696  1833  H10C  XF40  1  0  1  0 
R7. Of six known examples, this one sits in the middle of the census


1833 LM6  38697  1833  H10C  AU58  1  1  1  1 
R6 and CAC


1833 LM7  38698  1833  H10C  MS63  1  0  1  0 
R2


1833 LM8  38699  1833  H10C  MS63  1  0  1  0 
R3


1833 LM9  38700  1833  H10C  AU58  3  0  3  0 
R2


1833 LM10  38701  1833  H10C  MS64  1  2  1  2 
R1 die marriage


1834 LM2  38702  1834  H10C  MS63  1  2  1  2 
R1


1834 LM4  38703  1834  H10C  MS63  1  2  1  2 
R1


1834 LM5  38704  1834  H10C  MS64  1  1  1  1 
R3


1834 3/inv 3 FS301 LM1  38705  1834  H10C  MS64  2  3  2  3 
R2...much rarer with this late die state


1834 3/inv 3 FS301 LM3  38706  1834  H10C  MS63  1  0  1  0 
R3 die marriage. Mint state examples quite difficult to find. Had this coin been listed in the 2015 census, it would have been finest reported.


1835 LM1  38707  1835  H10C  MS63  1  1  1  1 
R2. Lou Butterfield found this coin for me


1835 LM2  38708  1835  H10C  MS63  3  0  3  0 
R4


1835 LM3  38709  1835  H10C  MS63  2  1  2  1 
R1


1835 LM4  38710  1835  H10C  MS63  1  1  1  1 


1835 LM7  38711  1835  H10C  MS64  1  1  1  1 
R3, CAC


1835 LM5.1  38712  1835  H10C  AU58  1  2  1  2 
Remarriage is often misattributed. At least R5 and probably R6 when attributed properly.


1835 LM5.2  38713  1835  H10C  MS61  1  1  1  1 
R3


1835 LM6  38714  1835  H10C  AU58  1  1  1  1 
R2


1835 LM8.1  38715  1835  H10C  AU58  1  0  1  0 
R2


1835 LM8.2  38716  1835  H10C  AU55  2  0  2  0 
R2


1835 LM9.1  38717  1835  H10C  AU58  2  0  2  0 
R2


1835 LM9.2  38718  1835  H10C  MS63  1  0  1  0 
R2


1835 LM10 Sm Date, Sm 5C  38719  1835  H10C  MS63  1  4  1  4 
R1


1835 LM11 Sm Date, Sm 5C  38720  1835  H10C  AU58  1  1  1  1 
R4. exJules Reiver


1835 LM12 Sm Date, Lg 5C  501413  1835  H10C  VF35  1  0  1  0 
R7. One of maybe five known, and this is the only one in a "problemfree holder"


1836 LM1.1  38722  1836  H10C  AU55  1  0  1  0 
R5. MUCH more difficult than the 1836 LM1.2


1836 LM1.2  38723  1836  H10C  MS64  1  0  1  0 
R4. exJim Matthews


1836 LM6  38724  1836  H10C  AU55  1  1  1  1 
R3


1836 LM7  38725  1836  H10C  AU55  1  3  1  3 
R4


1836 3/Inverted 3 FS301 LM3  38729  1836  H10C  AU55  2  7  3  9 


1836 LM2  38726  1836  H10C  MS65  1  0  1  0 
R3


1836 LM4  38727  1836  H10C  AU55  1  1  1  1 
R2


1836 LM5  38728  1836  H10C  MS64  1  2  1  2 
R2


1837 LM1 Large 5C  38730  1837  H10C  MS63  2  0  2  0 


1837 LM2 Large 5C  38731  1837  H10C  AU55  1  1  1  1 
Formerly R5, now R4. Extremely difficult to find this die marriage above VF. Consider choice XF and higher graded examples to be valued keepers!


1837 LM3 Large 5C  38732  1837  H10C  XF45  2  1  2  1 
R5


1837 LM5 Large 5C  38733  1837  H10C  MS63  1  3  1  3 
R1


1837 LM4 Small 5C  38734  1837  H10C  MS61  1  0  1  22 
R3. exChilds

COMMENTS
What an impressive accomplishment and set! It has it all  grade and condition, rarity, pedigree, and plate coins from the Half Dime book. Well done.
Posted @ 6/2/2017 3:52 PM By wdperki...and then there was only one left. Great job and progress.
Posted @ 4/17/2017 5:36 PM By BhncabcBeautiful set BD! Keep on keeping on!
Posted @ 9/22/2016 8:07 PM By Dimeman