1926-D $20 MS63 PCGS....
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Today, the 1926-D is almost always seen in MS60-MS63 grades. Circulated examples are curiously uncommon, and Gem specimens are very rare. Most coins seen are well struck, with only a little softness at the periphery. The present coin rates on the high end of the curve and has an above-average strike with just a touch of softness on the capitol dome and pillars. The fields display a scattering of small contact marks, consistent with the grade. The surfaces have unbroken, satiny luster that complements the bold devices to produce outstanding eye appeal. A beautiful and historic prize for the advanced collector. Population: 50 in 63, 24 finer (2/10).(Registry values: N7079) (NGC ID# 26GE, PCGS# 9184)
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