1926-D $20 MS63 PCGS. CAC....
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As initially indicated from the CAC sticker, this is a premium coin for the grade. Much of this comes from the subtle interplay of reddish-golden and lilac color on each side. The surfaces are also remarkably clean for the MS63 grade. The only marks of any note are a diagonal series of shallow abrasions that trails down to Liberty's right (facing) arm from the T in LIBERTY. A short, diagonal abrasion is also located just below the bottom of the R in LIBERTY. Sharply defined as well, the only area of softness is seen on the Capitol building, but this appears to be a trait common to most 1926-D twenties.
From the Stephen Stokely Collection, Part Five.(Registry values: N7079) (NGC ID# 26GE, PCGS# 9184)
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