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1652 3Pence Oak Tree, IN on obverse MS62 PCGS #45358

The finest of its type, and the second finest Oak Tree Threepence known. Virtually complete legends with attractive color and real frosty luster. The Threepence is the toughest Oak Tree coin to acquire in any grade, and is essentially uncollectible in BU.

1652 6Pence Oak Tree AU55 PCGS #19

ex-Wurtzbach/Reed Hawn. Overstruck on a cut down Oak Tree Shilling, with some of the tree visible as undertype. Very nicely centered, with absolutely full legends. An exceptional amount of luster for the grade,

1652 Shilling Oak Tree, Spiny Tree MS62 PCGS #45364

Finest Known Spiny Tree Shilling (Noe-14) ex-George Earle and F.C.C. Boyd. An exceptional example with intensely colorful toning.

1652 6Pence Pine Tree MS65 PCGS #22

Noe-33. Wildly better than any other Pine Tree Sixpence. Off-center on the obverse, but better than most of the variety, perfectly-centered reverse with full legends. Highly lustrous with no visible marks or hairlines and subtle, attractive lilac and russet toning. I am still attempting to track down the provenance of this piece, although it doesn't appear in any well-known collections.

1652 Shilling Pine Tree, Large Planchet, No Pellets MS62 PCGS #45370

Noe-2, the Straight Tree. The second finest Straight Tree seen. The present specimen has a lot of frost and has toned around the periphery.

1652 Shilling Pine Tree, Small Planchet MS64 PCGS #24

Finest Known Small Planchet Pine Tree Shilling of any variety. While Small Planchet Pines are plentiful, there are well under ten known examples in mint state. I have owned both MS64s, and this is the example that I kept for my collection.