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Lot
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Classic Silver Commemorative Type Set MS65.... (Total: 50 coins)

2010 April-May Milwaukee, WI CSNS US Coin Auction #1139

 
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Auction Ended On: Apr 29, 2010
Item Activity: 10 Internet/mail/phone bidders
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The Midwest Airlines Center
400 West Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53203

Description:
Fifty-Piece Classic Silver Commemorative
Type Set, All Coins MS65
Classic Silver Commemorative Type Set MS65. A relatively well-matched set with appearances ranging mostly from brilliant to light patina, with a few examples showing deeper peripheral toning. All coins are graded MS65, though services vary. The set includes: 1893 Isabella Quarter MS65 NGC, moderate blue-violet rim toning; 1893 Columbian MS65 NGC, similar appearance to the Isabella quarter; 1900 Lafayette Dollar MS65 PCGS; 1915-S Panama-Pacific MS65 PCGS; 1918 Lincoln MS65 PCGS; 1920 Maine MS65 PCGS, green label holder; 1920 Pilgrim MS65 PCGS; 1921 Missouri MS65 NGC; 1921 Alabama 2x2 MS65 PCGS, the more challenging variety; 1922 Grant No Star MS65 PCGS; 1923-S Monroe MS65 PCGS; 1924 Huguenot MS65 PCGS; 1925 Lexington MS65 NGC; 1925 Stone Mountain MS65 PCGS; 1925-S California MS65 NGC; 1925 Vancouver MS65 PCGS, considerable dappled toning; 1926 Sesquicentennial MS65 PCGS; 1938-D Oregon MS65 PCGS; 1927 Vermont MS65 PCGS, considerable dappled toning; 1928 Hawaiian MS65 PCGS; 1934 Maryland MS65 PCGS, green label holder; 1936 Texas MS65 PCGS; 1936-D Boone MS65 PCGS; 1935 Connecticut MS65 PCGS; 1935-S Arkansas MS65 PCGS; 1936 Robinson MS65 PCGS; 1935 Hudson MS65 PCGS; 1935-S San Diego MS65 PCGS, considerable gold toning; 1935 Spanish Trail MS65 PCGS; 1936-D Rhode Island MS65 PCGS; 1936 Cleveland MS65 PCGS; 1936 Wisconsin MS65 PCGS, green label holder; 1936-D Cincinnati MS65 PCGS, green label holder; 1936 Long Island MS65 PCGS; 1936 York MS65 PCGS; 1936 Bridgeport MS65 PCGS; 1936 Lynchburg MS65 PCGS; 1936 Elgin MS65 PCGS, considerable gold toning; 1936 Albany MS65 PCGS, green label holder; 1936-S Bay Bridge MS65 PCGS; 1936-S Columbia MS65 PCGS; 1936 Delaware MS65 PCGS; 1936 Gettysburg MS65 PCGS, green label holder; 1936 Norfolk MS65 PCGS; 1937 Roanoke MS65 PCGS; 1937 Antietam MS65 ANACS, small-format holder; 1938 New Rochelle MS65 PCGS; 1946 Iowa MS65 PCGS, green label holder; 1950-S Booker T. Washington MS65 PCGS; and a 1951-S Washington-Carver MS65 PCGS.

More specific descriptions of six highlights of the set:

1900 Lafayette Dollar MS65 PCGS, strong luster with above-average detail. Light gold and gray toning over much of each side with a dot of russet at the right star on the obverse periphery. The portraits show a mix of minor planchet flaws and small marks.

1915-S Panama-Pacific MS65 PCGS,
virtually untoned with moderate luster. The design definition is pleasing for this often-weak issue, and while there is minor incompleteness on the obverse figures, the eagle exhibits above-average sharpness save on the head.

1926 Sesquicentennial MS65 PCGS,
a Gem representative of this famous conditionally challenging issue. Light gray toning over each side gives way to occasional glimpses of brilliance where the patina breaks. Smooth with just a few small marks on the conjoined portraits.

1928 Hawaiian MS65 PCGS, CAC,
generally light silver with a few hints of rose-gold at parts of the margins. Excellent design definition with the few pinpoint marks visible on each side present mostly in the fields.

1935 Hudson MS65 PCGS,
subtly toned silver-blue and gold, though the colors are visible only on close inspection. Softly struck through the centers, as usually seen, with small planchet flaws and tiny abrasions on the city seal on the obverse.

1935 Spanish Trail MS65 PCGS,
mild golden tints in parts of the fields with deeper amber along close to the rims. Strong frosty luster with a carefully preserved obverse, though the reverse has a few reed marks and a scrape in the field below the TR in TRAIL.

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