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1866
AU-50 PCGS WR. Well struck. Popular first year issue. Toned in soft gray hues over satiny luster.
$179
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1866
AU-58 PCGS WR. Brilliant, frosty and lustrous. Nice strike.
$289
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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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1869
EF-45 PCGS Well struck. Frosty luster is toned in soft steel gray hues.
$74
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1869
PR-65-+ NGC +. What a cherry coin! Deeply mirrored and reflective, blazing white fields contrast beautifully with frosty, well struck design details. Choice in every way. Only 2 NGC and 2 PCGS pieces have received a + designation for the grade.
$795
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1870
EF-45 PCGS Bold details. Pearl gray overtones.
$109
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1872
EF-45 PCGS Even pearl gray toning over sharp motifs. Better date.
$129
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1872
PR-64-CAM PCGS Cameo. CAC stickered. One of only 4 coins to receive a CAC designation for the grade and designation. Deep, mirrored fields surround heavily frosted and well struck motifs. White.
$699
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1874
VF-30 PCGS Better date. Original surfaces are toned pearl gray. Sharp.
$89
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1875
G-6   Tough date. Clean steel gray fields. Pleasing detail remains.
$55
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1876
AU-55   A scardce issue in all grades. Well struck. Brilliant and lustrous. Lightly cleaned at one time.
$199