1662 Oak Tree Twopence. Noe-30, Salmon 1-A, W-240. Rarity-4. Small 2. VF Details--Damage (PCGS).Waviness to the planchet has resulted in lighter pearl gray high points, deeper steely-charcoal in the more protected areas on both sides. The strike is well centered for the type, the lower right obverse and upper right reverse borders flush to the top of the lettering, but all major design elements are bold where allowed by wear. In fact, wear is minimal for the assigned grade and largely confined to the high points caused by the aforementioned waviness, the tree and date both soft in isolated areas, yet fully appreciable with patience. The protected areas retain bold to sharp detail. Microscopically rough, yet to no great detriment, the PCGS qualifier concerns a tiny dig in the center of the obverse, a few light scratches on the reverse above the digits 16 in the date, and a shallow scrape to the left of the denomination. Pleasing in hand, this is a more affordable coin to represent the only twopence issue in the Massachusetts Bay Colony silver series.