KDM's Coin Album

1829 H10C MS62 PCGS #38615

R-3, rather difficult to find in Mint State grades

1829 H10C AU58 PCGS #38616

R-1. This coin was the very first half dime that I ever purchased.

1829 H10C AU58 PCGS #38617

R-5. Attribution?

1829 H10C AU55 PCGS #38618

R-5 CAC

1829 H10C MS63 PCGS #38619

R-5, CAC.

1829 H10C AU58 PCGS #38620

R-4. The most difficult 1829 LM-7 remarriage

1829 H10C AU55 PCGS #38621

R-4. ex-Russ Logan

1829 H10C AU58 PCGS #38622

R-4. Former NGC MS62.

1829 H10C AU55 PCGS #38623

Strong R-6 die marriage. This coin is #3 in JRCS census

1829 H10C MS60 PCGS #38626

R-6. The only known mint state example of this die marriage

1829 H10C AU55 PCGS #38627

R-6 die marriage. This coin is tied for third in JRCS census

1829 H10C MS62 PCGS #38630

R-4. I know of no finer example of this die marriage

1829 H10C XF45 PCGS #38634

R-2 CAC. Plate Coin. Far scarcer than R-2 would indicate. Good luck finding one, you will need it!

1830 H10C MS61 PCGS #38637

Easily an R-7 remarriage, with very few bona fide examples known.

1830 H10C AU58 PCGS #38642

R-2. ex-Russ Logan. Plate coin in half dime text.

1830 H10C AU58 PCGS #38645

R-2 CAC

1830 H10C AU55 PCGS #38649

R-6. ex-McCloskey, ex-Logan, ex-Crain

1831 H10C MS65 PCGS #38654

R-5 remarriage. This is the finest known by far!

1831 H10C AU55 PCGS #38656

I consider this remarriage with the retained cud to be an R-4 die state of an R-1 die marriage.

1831 H10C AU55 PCGS #38657

R-3. ex-Russ Logan. GOLD CAC sticker!

1831 H10C MS63 PCGS #38658

CAC. The only R-4 die marriage in 1831

1831 H10C MS62 PCGS #38659

R-2. ex-Pittman

1832 H10C AU58 PCGS #38665

R-1. ex-Russ Logan

1832 H10C AU58 PCGS #38670

Plate Coin!

1832 H10C MS61 PCGS #38671

R-3 as a die marriage. VERY difficult die remarriage...rated R-5 by JRCS.

1832 H10C AU55 PCGS #38672

R-3 as a die marriage...but the 1832 LM-8.3 is likely the most difficult 1832 LM-8 remarriage to find. Remarriage is rated R-5 by JRCS

1832 H10C MS62 PCGS #38674

R-3. CAC Gold sticker

1832 H10C AU55 PCGS #38675

R-6. ex-Russ Logan. Plate coin in half dime text

1832 H10C AU58+ PCGS #38675

R-6, CAC

1832 H10C AU58 PCGS #38676

R-6 die marriage, but this remarriage is an R-7. This is the finest known of about four examples extant of the remarriage

1832 H10C XF45 PCGS #38678

R-3 die marriage. This remarriage received an R-6 rating in the latest JRCS half dime census.

1832 H10C AU55 PCGS #38679

An R-3 die marriage, but Logan and McCloskey state the LM-10.3 remarriage is the rarest of the LM-10 remarriages. Likely R-6 or a bit tougher.

1832 H10C AU58 PCGS #38681

R-5. Ex-Stephen A Crain. CAC. "Here is what Steve wrote about this coin: First seen (and attributed) at show in 11-94. Was part of type set, housed in Wayte Raymond National coin album, bought at auction by Don Brennan (part of a Massachusetts estate)." Crain bought this coin on August 13, 1995 and held it for 24 years!

1832 H10C MS61 PCGS #38682

ex-Eric Newman, when it was in an NGC MS63 holder. Sports a gold CAC sticker

1832 H10C MS64 PCGS #38685

R-4. I know of no finer example extant

1833 H10C AU55 PCGS #38687

R-6. This has a GOLD CAC sticker

1833 H10C MS63 PCGS #38689

R-2. ex-Russ Logan. Plate coin from half dime text.

1833 H10C XF40 PCGS #38692

R-2 marriage. Quite rare remarriage, likely R-7. Plate coin from half dime text.

1833 H10C MS64 PCGS #38695

R-5 remarriage.

1833 H10C XF40 PCGS #38696

R-7. Of six known examples, this one sits in the middle of the census

1833 H10C MS64 PCGS #38701

R-1 die marriage

1834 H10C MS63 PCGS #38706

R-3 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 H10C Large Date, Large 5C MS63 PCGS #38707

R-2. Lou Butterfield found this coin for me

1835 H10C Small Date, Large 5C VF35 PCGS #501413

R-7. One of maybe five known, and this is the only one in a "problem-free holder"

1835 H10C Small Date, Small 5C AU58 PCGS #38720

R-4. ex-Jules Reiver

1836 H10C Large 5C AU55 PCGS #38722

R-5. MUCH more difficult than the 1836 LM-1.2

1836 H10C Large 5C MS64 PCGS #38723

R-4. ex-Jim Matthews

1837 H10C Large 5C AU55 PCGS #38731

Formerly R-5, now R-4. Extremely difficult to find this die marriage above VF. Consider choice XF and higher graded examples to be valued keepers!

1837 H10C Small 5C MS61 PCGS #38734

R-3. ex-Childs

1829 H10C AU58 PCGS #38620

R-4. The most difficult 1829 LM-7 remarriage

1829 H10C AU58 PCGS #38620

R-4. The most difficult 1829 LM-7 remarriage

1829 H10C AU58 PCGS #38620

R-4. The most difficult 1829 LM-7 remarriage

1829 H10C AU55 PCGS #38623

Strong R-6 die marriage. This coin is #3 in JRCS census

1829 H10C AU58 PCGS #38624

R-4. This is ex-Jules Reiver, purchased from W. David Perkins in his sealed bid auction of August 2014

1829 H10C MS61 PCGS #38631

R-4. Formerly NGC MS62

1830 H10C AU58 PCGS #38638

ex-Reiver, R-4. CAC

1830 H10C MS62 PCGS #38644

R-4 die marriage. CAC. From the Jim Matthews collection

1831 H10C AU55 PCGS #38656

I consider this remarriage with the retained cud to be an R-4 die state of an R-1 die marriage.

1832 H10C AU58 PCGS #38663

R-4 die marriage. This coin is ex-Reiver

1832 H10C XF45 PCGS #38678

R-3 die marriage. This remarriage received an R-6 rating in the latest JRCS half dime census.

1832 H10C AU58 PCGS #38680

R-3 die marriage, scarcer as a remarriage

1833 H10C AU55 PCGS #38687

R-6. This has a GOLD CAC sticker

1833 H10C AU58 PCGS #38697

R-6 and CAC

1834 H10C MS64 PCGS #38705

R-2...much rarer with this late die state

1835 H10C Large Date, Small 5C AU58 PCGS #38712

Remarriage is often mis-attributed. At least R-5 and probably R-6 when attributed properly.

1837 H10C Small 5C MS61 PCGS #38734

R-3. ex-Childs