Colonials : Massachusetts Silver Coins : Massachusetts "Oak Tree" Silver Coins

Obverse of 1652 Oak Tree Shilling Reverse of 1652 Oak Tree Shilling

1662 Massachusetts Oak Tree Twopence varieties:
(Any Oak Tree Twopence dated 1652 is a counterfeit)
Noe 29 - Very Rare
Noe 30
Noe 31 - Very Rare
Noe 31.5 - 3 to 4 known
Noe 32 - 3 to 4 known
Noe 33 - 2 to 3 known?
Noe 34

1652 Massachusetts "Oak Tree" Threepence varieties:
Noe 23
Noe 24
Noe 25
Noe 26 - 3 to 4 known
Noe 27
Noe 27.1 - Rare
Noe 28
Noe 35 - 2known
Noe 36

1652 Massachusetts "Oak Tree" Sixpence varieties:
Noe 15 - Unique, counterfeit
Noe 16 - Rare
Noe 17 - Clashed dies
Noe 17.1 - Unique, unclashed die state
Noe 18 - Mint alteration of Noe 17
Noe 19 - 3 known, all counterfeit
Noe 20 - Very Rare
Noe 21
Noe 22 - Very Rare

1652 Massachusetts "Oak Tree" Shilling varieties:
Noe 1
Noe 2
Noe 3 - Very Rare
Noe 4
Noe 5 - Common
Noe 6
Noe 7
Noe 8
Noe 9
Noe 10 - Very Rare
Noe 11 - Very Rare
Noe 12
Noe 13 - Mint alteration of Noe 12
Noe 13.3
Noe 13.6 - 5 to 6 known
Noe 13.9
Noe 14 - Very Scarce

Sources and/or recommended reading:
"The Silver Coinage of Massachusetts" by Sydney P. Noe (out of print)