1921-S 50C MS65 PCGS. Although both the 1921 and the 1921-...
The present Gem example, housed in a first generation PCGS holder, is lightly coated in pale golden patina. Under this thin veil of natural color, the surfaces are quite frosty with especially clean fields and show virtually no blemishes. The strike is actually well executed for the issue if one keeps in mind the normal areas of mushiness on Liberty's head and the eagle's trailing leg feathers. Overall, this wonderfully preserved '21-S has solid Gem credentials and would be a terrific centerpiece for the advanced collector of this popular series. Population: 20 in 65, 2 finer (3/04).
From the Nicholas Collection.(#6585) (Registry values: N7079) (NGC ID# 24R8, PCGS# 6585)
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