1921 $1 Zerbe PR63 PCGS. Fully struck with shallow-mirrored fields that have a light coating ...
1921 Zerbe Proof Morgan Dollar1921 $1 Zerbe PR63 PCGS. Fully struck with shallow-mirrored fields that have a light coating of milky patina on each side. A mild cameo-like effect is noted on the obverse. A faint die scratch extends from the second U in UNUM to the border, as usual for this rare variety, and the central details are much more sharply struck than on typical Uncirculated examples. A pair of shallow blemishes reside on Liberty's lower cheek. The so-called "Zerbe Proofs" are controversial, and are regarded by David Bowers as prooflike business strikes. Walter Breen believed that they were actual proof strikings.(Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 257A, PCGS# 7341)
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