Re: Newfoundland 1873 5 cents
If you had an 1873 of either type in MS, you'd have a unique coin. I don't believe one has ever been TPG graded. So I don't know how you would price it. Probably close to the 1873H, but again, only 1 in MS has ever been graded. All are unbelievably rare in high grade.
I agree, Tim, that the obverse 1 is rarer. I have an AU-55, and I've never seen another at that level. I think the pricing reflects nothing more or less than lack of demand for the obverse varieties in Newfoundland silver at this point.
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