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In Hawaiian Money, Donald Medcalf records six varieties of the 1847 Hawaiian cent, including examples with a Plain 4 or a Crosslet 4 in the date, combined with six different reverse dies. New research suggests there are actually only five reverse dies that were paired with six varieties. The Plain 4 obverse paired with the 15 berries reverse arranged seven left and eight right is considered the rarest variety.
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