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1866
AU-55 PCGS WR. Pleasing type coin. Sharp details. Pearl gray surfaces. Satiny, subdued luster.
$229
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1866
MS-64 NGC WR. Better than average strike for the issue and sharply struck with highly lustrous fields. Wisps of champagne gold toning add to the overall eye appeal. Pleasing type set addition.
$725
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1866
VF-35 PCGS WR. Soft gray fields surround sharp motifs. Popular first year issue.
$110
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1867
EF-45 PCGS NR. Sharp devices. Lightly toned.
$72
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1867
MS-65-CAC PCGS NR. CAC stickered. Blazing brilliance over satiny smooth surfaces. Needle sharp devices. Pleasing and high-end.
$895
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1868
MS-63 PCGS Dazzling cartwheel luster and mint bloom. Tinges of golden toning add to the overall eye appeal. Well struck.
$249
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1872
AU-53 PCGS Bold strike. Soft steel gray fields. Better date.
$219
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1872
EF-45 PCGS Even pearl gray toning over sharp motifs. Better date.
$129
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1878
PR-64 NGC Wow, looks nicer than the assigned grade. They could have called this a CAMEO and no one would argue. Radiant, mirrored fields surround heavily frosted, sharp motifs.
$1149
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1881
F-12-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. A tough date in the series and this piece is the perfect representation for the grade. Problem-free and eye appealing. Lightly toned in even pearl gray hues. Choice in every way. The only piece for the grade with a CAC sticker.
$379
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1882
AU-55 PCGS Frosty and white. Sharp.
$99