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1864
AU-58 PCGS LM. Lustrous fields. Sharp motifs.
$89
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1864
VF-30 PCGS SM. A popular and tough issue to find with a soft brown planchet (such as this piece). Well struck.
$519
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1866
PR-65-RB PCGS RB. Heavily frosted motifs are surrounded by deeply mirrored nearly full red fields. Exceptional eye appeal. Really pretty.
$1345
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1867
AU-53 NGC FS-101 Doubled Die Obverse. Warm brown fields are nicely preserved and are a great accent to well struck, heavily doubled legend on the obverse. Very tough variety to find in nicer grades.
$1269
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1867
AU-55 PCGS Doubled Die Obverse. Heavily doubled legend on the banner. Lovely, soft tan fields are accented by golden overtones. Sharp devices. Popular and scarce overdate. From the Tarryall Creek Collection.
$1395
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1868
MS-64-BN PCGS BN. Lots of mint red is present over highly lustrous fields. More red and brown than brown. Well struck. Spot-free. Nice type set addition.
$489
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1870
MS-65-RB NGC RB. CAC stickered. Wow, what a pretty piece. Highly lustrous red and brown fields are well kept and accent keenly struck design details. Pleasing.
$2095
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1872
F-15 PCGS Soft brown fields are a nice complement to well struck devices. A key date in the series and a pleasing example for the fussy collector.
$615
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1872
VF-30 PCGS A key date in series. Lovely, soft brown fields surround sharp motifs. Problem-free.
$749