We are offering an excellent 1835 half-cent. In our opinion, this is an uncirculated coin. All the details on this coin are present and clear. There is no evidence of wear, and there are only a few minor contact marks. Small traces of original mint luster are present along the edges of the rim on both the obverse and the reverse. The coin has exceptional eye appeal. In our opinion, we believe this coin to be in uncirculated condition.
First authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792 on April 2, 1792, the coin was produced in the United States from 1793 to 1857. The half-cent piece was made of 100% copper and was valued at five milles, or one two-hundredth of a dollar. It was slightly smaller than the modern US quarter with diameters 22 mm (1793), 23.5 mm (1794–1836), and 23 mm (1840–1857). Coinage was discontinued by the Coinage Act of February 21, 1857. They were all produced at the Philadelphia Mint.
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