Rarely seen, especially in this high of a grade and in a problem free holder. This coin has mostly even brown surfaces and is strongly struck. A very nice coin and overall appearance.
- Issued by the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1847 in a One Cent denomination.
- This one-year type coin bears a likeness of King Kamehameha III, who ruled Hawaii from 1825-1854.
- Graded AU-58 by PCGS and encapsulated in a sealed holder to protect your investment.
- Obverse: Features a uniformed bust of the king, facing.
- Reverse: Depicts the value within a wreath.
- This is the Plain 4, 17 Berries Variety and seen far less frequently than the other two notable berry combinations.
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