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We know of few other proof O-113 halves. One appeared as lot 364 in a 3/1990 Stack's sale, earlier in a 2/1971 Lester Merkin's auction. The Queller Family example was described as a specimen strike in a 10/2002 Stack's auction, and as a proof in the 1/1974 Stack's auction. PCGS has certified a second example as PR62, but no others are certified. Certainly, it could be many years before the opportunity to acquire a proof O-113 arrives again. Housed in a first generation holder. Population: 2 in 62, 0 finer (4/08).
Ex: Boys Town Sale (Superior, 5/1990), lot 3796.
From The Silbermünzen Collection. (PCGS# 6202)
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