Paddy54 Posted July 1, 2022 · Member Share Posted July 1, 2022 (edited) Reverse Clash with Flying Eagle Cent. The reverse of the quarter has parts of the Flying Eagle Cent design showing above and below the left (facing) wing, above the right wing and within the shield. Attribution is easiest on high-grade coins This particular variety is highly sought after, a mule clashed reverse with an FEC . An R- 6 variety with abour <40 known to exist. I love seated coinage, so many different varieties...for a picker like myself. It takes a good eye, and propper lighting to catch the clash. However behinde the head and neck of the eagle you'll see some little spikes like clashes. I posted a marked outline so you'll be able to see the clashed mapped out. I grade this vf 15/20 as the reverse is better condition. A < $60. Purchase now valued in the $450/475.usd range. I cannot express the joy I had when after an hour studying its reverse in detail,and doing comparisons to positive ID the variety. This is why I'm a picker..."not nose".... but coin variieties. One bitten by the pickin bug...you'll never look at a coin the same way...as you'll train your eye,and brain to see whats is exactly in front of you...and bingo! you'll be hooked..! Edited July 1, 2022 by Paddy54 Add image 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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