1824 O-102 R5+ 1824/1 Capped Bust Half Dollar

Obverse: 1 (Second Marriage)
Reverse: B (Second Marriage, first used in 1823)
Later die state where the 4/1 is barely noticeable.
Problem free examples are particularly difficult, and there are very few AU's and even an XF can be tough. Premiums tend to be pretty steep.
1824/1, O-102, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
1824/1, O-102, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
1824/1 O-102 Date
1824/1 O-102 Date
1824/1, O-102, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
1824/1, O-102, Capped Bust, Half Dollar
Variety Attribution: Obverse-1824 over 1. 1 shows near top of 4 on each side. Stars large and sharp. Date is a close 7 3/4 mm. with large 4 over 1. Serif of the overcut 1 shows at left and edge of stand at right of the top of 4. 2 and 4 nearly touch and are much closer than 182. This is the only 24 over 1 found, although two other varieties are often mistaken for over 1, but are actually over miscut 4's. At this state, the overdate is not very distinguishable, especially on worn specimens.

Reverse- 50 C. is large and widely spaced 2 3/4 mm. Arrow to A nearly touch. Right sides of T-I in line. Center dot on crossbar 4 but mostly between 3 and 4. Letters of legend all well separated. Small die dot between scroll and eagle's head under U.

Notes:
According to Edgar Souders, he estimates that the projected mintage for this overdate is approximately 412,347. This includes both O-101 and O-102. Get his book Bust Half Fever and read all about overdates and how he came up with the number!

1824 Leaman-Gunnet Emission Sequence Number for O-102: 5
Overall Number: 171

Top five condition census coins from last 10 years of auction and sale records:
01/09 Heritage (FUN-Orlando)                  PCGS AU58
07/08 Downey (Meyer-Sel Rarities)         PCGS AU58
01/15 Downey MBS 40 (Davignon-FUN)  PCGS AU53 CAC
03/08 Stu Keen FPL                                   ANACS XF45 det corroded?
08/16 Downey MBS 43 (ANA-Anahem)     PCGS XF40 det Scratched