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11-19-2011, 11:09 AM
Anyone know numbers of examples and/or cc of 36N6 without the cud?
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11-19-2011, 05:29 PM
Only reference I have is John Wright's "The Cent Book" where he states "obverse is occasionally found unbroken, but usually has a large rim break between stars 7, 8." No cc info.
11-27-2011, 11:34 AM
Dan Holmes II Lot 454 is one of them. The lot description is F12 (called VF25/net20) tied for CC#3 according to the Noyes census. Further stating that the finest known of this die state is in the ANS museum.
Hope this helps
01-02-2012, 01:50 PM
I've seen one other at a show but I didn't buy it because the top rim was scant--couldn't tell if it had the cud. Now I know that the cud shows even in the lowest grade because it protects the rim. should have bought that one!
03-04-2012, 12:30 PM
Just sold that red corroded one (pictured above) to LBRC March 2,2012. Found one on a better planchet last week. Pics later. I mentioned it to RCB who was unaware of those I've found. He said there are about a dozen known. Now consider that number to be around 15!
03-18-2012, 04:29 PM
Here's my current one with a nicer planchet but a tad weaker.208209
11-22-2012, 01:55 AM
I wonder how rare this 1836 No Cud N-6 EDS is. I have been told that it is in the R6 to R8 category, but who really knows when you are talking about a special EDS die state. Because of the wavy hair and the missing bottoms of the "E"'s on the reverse, it is actually pretty easy to diagnose. I do love special die states. I have attached a photo of mine.
03-13-2013, 03:18 PM
Nice one! Larry Briggs has one available, if he hasn't sold it since 2/1/13.
03-15-2013, 11:18 PM
Thanks Hugh. I do like this one, but I purchased it last year year from CVM expecting it to be the Dan Holmes CC#3 listed in the Noyes census. This large cent showed up instead with the Dan Holmes CC#3 pedigree envelopes. It is not the Dan Holmes 1836 No Cud N-6, but Chris McCawley is still trying to find the one I purchased for me. Chris thinks that this one might be the John Wright EDS 1836 No Cud N-6, but he can't substantiate that yet.
Either way, I would like all of my Dan Holmes and prior owner pedigree envelopes to find their way to the current owner of the actual Dan Holmes 1836 No Cud N-6, if Chris accidentally previously sold it to someone else.
What condition is the Larry Briggs' 1836 No Cud N-6 ?
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