to the CCF, Bchill.
Over the years, this CSA issue has been among my favorites to cherry-pick at shows and auctions. The most expensive one is the die crack that extendes from the rim to the bridge of Liberty's nose. The other obverse to look for is a die crack that extends upward from the rim, grazing the 6 in the date, to the base of Liberty. The most common CSA variety to be found is the skewered olive on the reverse. There are some others, but these are the most often recognized.
If you search the CCF archives and eBay, you can view a few examples. I've made a few posts on these, myself.
Edited by ExoGuy
06/26/2021 1:56 pm