1652 Oak Tree Shilling, Noe-7, Salmon 5-D, W-480, IN at Bottom, R6. Most recently from the Stacks Auction of 04/05/22, lot #1168, where it was described as: "1652 Oak Tree Shilling. Noe-7, Salmon 5-D, W-480. Rarity-5. IN at Bottom. VF Details--Damage (PCGS). 71.6 grains. Predominantly light silver surfaces reveal blushes of warmer olive-gray in the protected areas around some of the design elements. A few of the peripheral letters are partially off the flan, due in part to the presence of a couple of straight clips (as made), but all features are present to allow full appreciation of the design. The texture is a bit rough overall, and there is evidence of both cleaning and smoothing to further explain the PCGS qualifier. Sizeable marks are not seen, however, and in hand this piece presents quite nicely for a less-than-perfect Oak Tree shilling at the middle reaches of the numismatic grading scale. A more affordable piece for the specialist and also suitable as an Oak Tree type coin." The Noe-7 attribution and the weight of 71.6gr are each listed on the PCGS label. Ex-Mike Demling at EAC St. Louis 05/15/22.